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ISSN 0749-064X

A Biographical Guide Featuring Performers, Directors, Writers, Producers, Designers, Managers, Choreographers, Technicians, Composers, Executives, Dancers, and Critics in the United States, Canada, Great Britain and the World Thomas Riggs, Editor

Volume 101

Contemporary Theatre, Film & Television, Vol. 101 Editor: Thomas Riggs CTFT Staff: Mariko Fujinaka, Annette Petrusso, Susan Risland, Jacob Schmitt, Lisa Sherwin, Arlene True, Andrea Votava, Pam Zuber Project Editors: Laura Avery, Tracie Ratiner Editorial: Allie Semperger Editorial Support Services: Natasha Mikheyeva Composition and Electronic Capture: Gary Oudersluys

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Contents

Preface ........................................................................................... vii Biographies ...................................................................................... 1 Cumulative Index ......................................................................... 349 (Including references to Who’s Who in the Theatre and Who Was Who in the Theatre)

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Preface Provides Broad, Single-Source Coverage in the Entertainment Field Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television (CTFT) is a biographical reference series designed to provide students, educators, researchers, librarians, and general readers with information on a wide range of entertainment figures. Unlike single-volume reference works that focus on a limited number of artists or on a specific segment of the entertainment field, CTFT is an ongoing publication that includes entries on individuals active in the theatre, film, and television industries. Before the publication of CTFT, information-seekers had no choice but to consult several different sources in order to locate the in-depth biographical and credit data that makes CTFT’s one-stop coverage the most comprehensive available about the lives and work of performing arts professionals.

Scope CTFT covers not only performers, directors, writers, and producers, but also behind-the-scenes specialists such as designers, managers, choreographers, technicians, composers, executives, dancers, and critics from the United States, Canada, Great Britain, and the world. With 144 entries in CTFT 101, the series now provides biographies on approximately 26,824 people involved in all aspects of theatre, film, and television. CTFT gives primary emphasis to people who are currently active. New entries are prepared on major stars as well as those who are just beginning to win acclaim for their work. CTFT also includes entries on personalities who have died but whose work commands lasting interest.

Compilation Methods CTFT editors identify candidates for inclusion in the series by consulting biographical dictionaries, industry directories, entertainment annuals, trade and general interest periodicals, newspapers, and online databases. Additionally, the editors of CTFT maintain regular contact with industry advisors and professionals who routinely suggest new candidates for inclusion in the series. Entries are compiled from published biographical sources which are believed to be reliable, but have not been verified for this edition by the listee or their agents.

Revised Entries To ensure CTFT’s timeliness and comprehensiveness, entries from previous volumes, as well as from Gale’s Who’s Who in the Theatre, are updated for individuals who have been active enough to require revision of their earlier biographies. Such individuals will merit revised entries as often as there is substantial new information to provide. Obituary notices for deceased entertainment personalities already listed in CTFT are also published.

Accessible Format Makes Data Easy to Locate CTFT entries, modeled after those in Gale’s highly regarded Contemporary Authors series, are written in a clear, readable style designed to help users focus quickly on specific facts. The following is a summary of the information found in CTFT sketches: •

ENTRY HEADING: the form of the name by which the listee is best known.



PERSONAL: full or original name; dates and places of birth and death; family data; colleges attended, degrees earned, and professional training; political and religious affiliations when known; avocational interests.



ADDRESSES: home, office, agent, publicist and/or manager addresses. vii



CAREER: tagline indicating principal areas of entertainment work; resume of career positions and other vocational achievements; military service.



MEMBER: memberships and offices held in professional, union, civic, and social organizations.



AWARDS, HONORS: theatre, film, and television awards and nominations; literary and civic awards; honorary degrees.



CREDITS: comprehensive title-by-title listings of theatre, film, and television appearance and work credits, including roles and production data as well as debut and genre information.



RECORDINGS: album, single song, video, and taped reading releases; recording labels and dates when available.



WRITINGS: title-by-title listing of plays, screenplays, scripts, and musical compositions along with production information; books, including autobiographies, and other publications.



ADAPTATIONS: a list of films, plays, and other media which have been adapted from the listee’s work.



SIDELIGHTS: favorite roles; portions of agent-prepared biographies or personal statements from the listee when available.



OTHER SOURCES: books, periodicals, and internet sites where interviews or feature stories can be found.

Access Thousands of Entries Using CTFT’s Cumulative Index Each volume of CTFT contains a cumulative index to the entire series. As an added feature, this index also includes references to all seventeen editions of Who’s Who in the Theatre and to the four-volume compilation Who Was Who in the Theatre.

Available in Electronic Format Online. Recent volumes of CTFT are available online as part of the Gale Biographies (GALBIO) database accessible through LEXIS-NEXIS. For more information, contact LEXIS-NEXIS, P.O. Box 933, Dayton, OH 45401-0933; phone (937) 865-6800, toll-free: 800-543-6862.

Suggestions Are Welcome Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television is intended to serve as a useful reference tool for a wide audience, so comments about any aspect of this work are encouraged. Suggestions of entertainment professionals to include in future volumes are also welcome. Send comments and suggestions to: The Editor, Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television, Gale, 27500 Drake Rd., Farmington Hills, MI 48331-3535; or call toll-free at 1-800-877-GALE.

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Television Appearances; Series: Caroline Forbes, The Vampire Diaries, The CW, 2009—.

ACCOLA, Candice 1987– (Candice)

Television Appearances; Episodic: Amy, ⬙Something Borrowed,⬙ How I Met Your Mother (also known as H.I.M.Y.M.), CBS, 2007. Alice, ⬙Isn’t It Bro–mantic?,⬙ Greek, ABC Family, 2009. Amanda Heckerling, ⬙After School Special,⬙ Supernatural (also known as Sobrenatural), The CW, 2009.

PERSONAL Some sources cite full name as Candice Rene Accola; born May 13, 1987, in Orlando, FL. Addresses: Agent—Matt Jackson, The Glick Agency, 1250 Sixth St., Suite 100, Santa Monica, CA 90401. Manager—Katie Rhodes, Untitled Entertainment, 1801 Century Park East, Suite 700, Los Angeles, CA 90067.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Caroline Forbes, The Vampire Diaries, The CW, 2009.

Career: Actress, singer, songwriter, and recording artist. Toured as a backup singer with the Miley Cyrus/ Hannah Montana Best of Both Worlds tour.

Albums: (As Candice) It’s Always the Innocent Ones, Beverly Martel Music, 2006, Trident Style/MIA Records, 2008.

CREDITS

WRITINGS

Film Appearances: Annalisa and Tom, Pirate Camp, 2007. Female lab partner, Juno (also known as Junebug), Fox Searchlight Pictures, 2007. Melody, On the Doll, 2007. Gwen’s friend, X’s & O’s (also known as Platonically), 2007, Seventh Art Releasing, 2008. Background singer, Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour (concert film; also known as Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus 3D Concert and Hannah Montana: The Concert 3D), Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, 2008. JoAnn, Deadgirl, 2008, Dark Sky Films, 2009. Background singer in the concert band, Hannah Montana: The Movie (also known as Hannah Montana—The Movie), Buena Vista, 2009. Caitlin Stone, The Truth about Angels, 2009. Sophia, Kingshighway, 2009.

Albums: (As Candice) It’s Always the Innocent Ones, Beverly Martel Music, 2006, Trident Style/MIA Records, 2008.

RECORDINGS

ALEXANDER, Barbara Lee See NIVEN, Barbara

ALONSO, Maria Conchita 1957– (Ambar, Maria Conchita) PERSONAL Full name, Maria Concepcion Alonso Bustillo; born June 29, 1957, in Cienfuegos, Cuba; immigrated to 1

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Venezuela, 1962; immigrated to the United States, 1982, naturalized citizen, 2005; daughter of Ricardo Jose and Conchita (maiden name, Bustillo) Alonso. Avocational Interests: Motorcycling, skiing, water skiing, animal welfare charities.

Denise DeLeon, Touch and Go, TriStar, 1986. Sarita Cisneros, Extreme Prejudice, TriStar, 1987. Amber Mendez, The Running Man, TriStar, 1987. Louisa Gomez, Colors, Orion, 1988. Con el corazon en la mano, 1988. Alva Restrepo, Vampire’s Kiss (also known as Vampire Kiss), Hemdale, 1989. Leona Cantrell, Predator 2, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1990. Christina, McBain, Shapiro/Glickenhaus Entertainment, 1991. Chata, Roosters, 1993, Astra Cinema, 1995. Transito, The House of the Spirits (also known as Aandernes hus, A casa dos espiritos, and Das Geisterhaus), Miramax, 1994. Betty, Caught (also known as Atrapados), Sony Pictures Classics, 1996. Theresa Rochetti, For Which He Stands, 1996. Charley Vasquez, Catherine’s Grove, Catherine’s Grove, 1997. Miranda Vega, Shout Out (also known as El grito en el cielo), 1998. Carmen Alvarado, Knockout, DMG Entertainment, 1998. Nancy Drake, Expose (also known as Footsteps), AMCO Entertainment, 1998. Lola, Dillinger in Paradise, 1999. Adrianna Scott, Blind Heat, Monarch Home Video, 2000. Rachel, The Code Conspiracy, Showcase, 2001. Lupe Velez, Birth of Babylon, Babylon, 2001. Mrs. Jones, Heart of America (also known as Home Room), MTI Home Video, 2002. Maria, Chasing Papi (also known as Papi Chulo), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2003. Vera, The Company You Keep, One Man Band/ Sovereign Pictures, 2003. Newton’s Law, 2003. Aurora Avila, Smoke, Trimark Pictures, 2005. Consuelo Sara, English as a Second Language, Allumination Filmworks, 2006. Inez, Material Girls, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2006. Voice of Maria Valdez, “The Condor” (animated; also known as Stan Lee Presents: The Condor), Anchor Bay Entertainment, 2007. Sister Rosa, The Dead One (also known as El muerto), Echo Bridge Home Entertainment, 2007. El gran tabu (documentary), CODOH, 2007. Queen Elizabeth, Richard III, 2008. Ida y vuelta, University of California, Los Angeles, 2008. Mrs. Layne, The Art of Travel, First Look International, 2008. Lupe Velez, Return to Babylon, Ambyth Productions/ Babylon Productions, 2008. Maria Sanchez, The Red Canvas, Freestyle Releasing, 2009. Ingrid, Spread, Anchor Bay Entertainment, 2009. Libra, Tranced, Hypnovision Productions/Lotus Pictures/ Sylver Enterprises, 2009.

Addresses: Agent—Michael Greenwald, Don Buchwald and Associates, 6500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 2200, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Publicist—Rona Menashe, Guttman Associates Public Relations, 118 South Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress, singer, and recording artist. Owner of Ambar Entertainment and Ambyth Productions. Performer for radio public service announcement on ⬙Hip– Hop Literacy⬙; former beauty pageant competitor. Soy (fashion line), creator, 2005. Awards, Honors: Chosen Miss Teen World, 1971, and Miss Venezuela, 1975; Grammy Award nomination, best Latin artist, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 1985, for album Maria Conchita; Grammy Award nomination, best Latin pop performance, 1988, for ⬙Otra mentira mas⬙; named Hispanic woman of the year, Mexican American Opportunity Foundation, 1990; named Hispanic entertainer of the year, Cinco de Mayo celebration, 1992; Grammy Award nomination, best Latin American recording, 1994, for album Imaginame; Bravo Award nomination, outstanding female performance in a variety or music series or special, National Council of La Raza, 1996, for Latino Laugh Festival; Independent Spirit Award nomination, best female lead, Independent Features Project/West, 1997, for Caught; Nosostros Golden Eagle, outstanding performer of the year, 1997; American Latin Media Arts (ALMA) Award nomination, outstanding individual or act in a variety or music show or special, National Council of La Raza, 1998, for A Capitol Fourth; Prize of the City of Huelva, Huelva Latin American Film Festival, 1998; ALMA Award, outstanding actress in made–for–television movie, 1999, for My Husband’s Secret Life; Los Angeles Femme Film Festival Award, 2006; four gold albums and one platinum album certifications, Recording Industry Association of America. CREDITS Film Appearances: Savana—Sesso e diamanti (also known as I predatori della savana), 1978. Solon, 1979. Lucia Lombardo, Moscow on the Hudson, Columbia, 1984. (As Maria Conchita) Silver, Fear City (also known as Border and Ripper), Chevy Chase, 1985. Claudia Pazzo, A Fine Mess (also known as Blake Edwards’ ⬙A Fine Mess⬙), Columbia, 1986. 2

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Sam, Dark Moon Rising, New Films International, 2009.

Diana Martin, Saints & Sinners, My Network, 2007. Host, Viva Hollywood!, VH1, 2008.

Film Work: Song performer, ⬙Vamos a bailar,⬙ Scarface, 1983. Associate producer, Blind Heat, Argentina Home Video, 2000. Producer, Return to Babylon, Ambyth Productions/ Babylon Productions, 2008. Coproducer, Dark Moon Rising, New Films International, 2009.

Television Appearances; Specials: Host, Viva Miami! (also known as Night of the Super Sounds), CBS, 1989. Big Bird’s Birthday or Let Me Eat Cake, PBS, 1991. An American Reunion: New Beginnings, Renewed Hope (also known as An American Reunion: The People’s Inaugural Celebration), HBO, 1993. The Winans’ Real Meaning of Christmas, syndicated, 1993. ⬙Concert of the Americas,⬙ Kennedy Center Presents, PBS, 1994. Narrator, Strong Medicine, PBS, 1995. Presenter, Concierto por la vida, 1996. A Capitol Fourth, PBS, 1997. Latino Laugh Festival, pay per view, 1997. Judge, The 47th Miss Universe Pageant, CBS, 1998. Second Annual Latino Laugh Festival, Showtime, 1998. Host, Al dia con Maria Conchita, Telemundo, 1998. ABC 2000: The Millennium, 1999. E! Historias verdaderas: El peso de una corona, 2002. Premio Donostia a Sean Penn, 2003. Member of jury, Miss Espana 2004, 2004. Armando Manzanero: Gracias por tu musica, 2006. Las 50 bellezas de People en Espanol, 2006.

Television Appearances; Movies: Caterina Ammirati, Blood Ties (also known as Il cugino americano), Showtime, 1986. Claudia, Cuerpos clandestinos, 1991. Carmen, Teamster Boss: The Jackie Presser Story (also known as Life on the High Wire and Power Play: The Jackie Presser Story), HBO, 1992. Cindy Evans, ⬙MacShayne: Final Roll of the Dice⬙ (also known as ⬙MacShayne’s Big Score⬙), NBC Friday Night Mystery, NBC, 1994. Marta Caldwell, Sudden Terror: The Hijacking of School Bus Number 17, ABC, 1996. Eva Ramirez, Acts of Betrayal, HBO, 1997. Toni Diaz, My Husband’s Secret Life, USA Network, 1998. Annette, Blackheart, Cinemax, 1999. Vice President Gloria Valdez, Chain of Command, HBO, 2000. Gloria, A Vision of Murder: The Story of Donielle, CBS, 2000. Maria Katarina Caldone, The Best Actress, E! Entertainment Television, 2000. Helen Ramirez, High Noon, TBS, 2000. Minerva Rojas, The Princess & the Barrio Boy (also known as She’s in Love), Showtime, 2000.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Lucha Lopez Garza, Texas (also known as James A. Michener’s ⬙Texas⬙), ABC, 1995. Host, Great Drives, PBS, 1996. Ariela Lazareno, Kingpin, NBC, 2002. Alejandra Alpert, Maneater, Lifetime, 2009. Appeared in An American Cousin. Television Appearances; Episodic: Silvana Cataldo, premiere episode, Estefania, 1979. Sesame Street, 1980. (As Maria Conchita) French girl, ⬙The Beautiful Skeptic/ The Lost Platoon,⬙ Fantasy Island, ABC, 1982. (As Maria Conchita) Marie Elena Casafranca, ⬙Forget Me Not,⬙ Knight Rider, NBC, 1982. Storytime, PBS, 1994. Voice of Malinal, ⬙The Shoemaker and the Elves,⬙ Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child, HBO, 1995. Sofia, ⬙La limpia (The Cleansing),⬙ Women: Stories of Passion, Showtime, 1996. Emma Scull, ⬙Colonel of Truth,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 1996. Emma Scull, ⬙Love on the Rocks,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 1997. Marti, ⬙Father John,⬙ Gun (also known as Robert Altman’s ⬙Gun⬙), ABC, 1997. FBI Agent Elena Serrano, ⬙Quicksilver,⬙ F/X: The Series, syndicated, 1997.

Television Appearances; Series: Mabel Valdez, periodista, 1979. Mariana Brito, Natalia de 8 a 9, 1980. Mi hijo Gabriel, 1980. Title role, Marielena, 1981. Title role, Luz Marina, 1981. El esposo de Anais, 1981. Angelito, 1981. Title role, Claudia, 1982. Nacho, 1984. Maria Conchita Navarro, a recurring role, One of the Boys, NBC, 1989. Host, Picante, 1992. Title role, Alejandra, 1994. Host, Al ritmo de la noche, 1994. Voice of Troubles, Big Bag (animated), Cartoon Network, 1996–98. Walking After Midnight, 1999. Amantes de Luna Llena, 2000. Cantando por un sueno, 2006. 3

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FBI Agent Elena Serrano, ⬙Deep Cover,⬙ F/X: The Series, syndicated, 1997. Marie Alexander, ⬙Vaccine,⬙ The Outer Limits (also known as The New Outer Limits), Showtime, 1998. Maria de la Concepcion Bustilla Garcia del Amo Sheffield, ⬙Immaculate Concepcion,⬙ The Nanny, CBS, 1998. Lo + plus, 1998. Inocente, inocente, 1998. Caiga quien caiga, 1998. Dr. Sandra Pena, ⬙Hearts,⬙ Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1999. Kat Lopez/Gloria Rodriguez, ⬙Expose,⬙ Twice in a Lifetime, PAX, 2000. Julia Hernanadez, ⬙Hands of Stone/Los manos de piedra,⬙ Resurrection Blvd., Showtime, 2000. Julia Hernanadez, ⬙Do Not Move/No te muevas,⬙ Resurrection Blvd., Showtime, 2000. Julia Hernanadez, ⬙The Visit/La visita,⬙ Resurrection Blvd., Showtime, 2000. ⬙The Morality Test,⬙ The Test, FX Network, 2001. Aprieta y gana, 2001. Claudine Barros, ⬙A Life of Its Own,⬙ Robbery Homicide Division (also known as R.H.D./LA: Robbery Homicide Division/Los Angeles), CBS, 2002. ⬙Singers/Actresses,⬙ Cool Women, WE, 2002. Contestant, I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!, ABC, 2003. ⬙Noche de Comedia,⬙ El show de Cristina (also known as Cristina), 2003. El gordo y la flaca, 2003. Guerra de los sexos, 2003. Despierta America, 2003, 2004. Marisela Gonzalez Coro, ⬙Blood Moon,⬙ CSI: Miami, CBS, 2004. Cronicas marcianas, 2004. Ventaneando, 2005. La academia (also known as La academia azteca), 2005. Lucia, ⬙Thank You So Much,⬙ Desperate Housewives, ABC, 2006. ⬙Maria Conchita Alonso,⬙ Historias engarzadas, 2006. Corazon de ѧ, 2006. Ed noche y ya llegue, 2006. Channel n4 (also known as Channel Fresh), 2007. (In archive footage) Se lo que hicisteis la ultima semana, 2007. Sofia, Amas de casa desesperadas, 2008. Mas vale tarde, 2008. Guest judge, ⬙Absolut Drag Ball,⬙ Drag Race (also known as RuPaul’s ⬙Drag Race⬙), 2009.

Politically Incorrect (also known as P.I.), 1998. The Howie Mandel Show, 1999. Good Day Live, syndicated, 2002. Toni Rovira y tu, 2004. Don Francisco presenta, 2006. Hannity & Colmes, Fox News Channel, 2007. Hannity’s America, Fox News Channel, 2007. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 33rd Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 1991. The 4th Annual Desi Awards, syndicated, 1992. Host, The 20th International Emmy Awards, PBS, 1992. The VIDA Awards, NBC, 1995. Presenter, The 49th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1995. The 1999 ALMA Awards, ABC, 1999. 6th Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards, syndicated, 2000. Presenter, 14th Annual Genesis Awards, Animal Planet, 2000. Presenter, The ѧ ALMA Awards, ABC, 2001, 2006. Television Work; Producer: Picante (series), 1992. Al dia con Maria Conchita (special), Telemundo, 1998. Stage Appearances: Aurora/Spider Woman, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1995. The Vagina Monologues, Canon Theatre, Beverly Hills, CA, 2001, then Miami, FL, 2002, later Campbell Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, 2002. Puchi Fajardo, Antidivas, Casa del Artista, Caracas, Venezuela, 2001. Ynes, Oscar and Felix: A New Look at the Odd Couple, Geffen Playhouse, Los Angeles, 2002. RECORDINGS Albums: Hazme sentir, Philips, 1973. (As Ambar) Love Maniac, 1979. Maria Conchita, A&M International, 1984. O ella o yo, A&M International, 1985. En vivo—Mexico, CEMA, 1992. Imaginame, Discos CBS Int., 1992. Grandes exitos (compilation), Capitol, 1993. Alejandra, Polygram, 1994. De coleccion, A&M, 1994. Boleros, Musart, 1996. Hoy y siempre, Polygram, 1997.

Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, 1984, 1989. Late Night with David Letterman, 1986, 1987, 1989. The Arsenio Hall Show, 1992, 1994. Aqui no hay quien duerma, 1995. The Daily Show (also known as A Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Daily Show with John Stewart Global Edition, and Jon Stewart), 1996.

Also recorded Lo mejor de Maria Conchita Alonso, Mirame, and Lo mejor de Maria Conchita Alonso, all A&M; as Ambar, recorded The Witch, early 1980s. 4

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 Videos: Maria Conchita Alonso: Dance It Up (also known as Maria Conchita Alonso: Bailalo caliente), 1995. Cast of Characters: The Making of ⬙Material Girls,⬙ Twentieth Century–Fox Home Entertainment, 2005. The Hunters and the Hunted: The Making of ⬙Predator 2,⬙ Twentieth Century–Fox Home Entertainment, 2006.

AMICK CREDITS

Television Appearances; Series: Shelly Johnson, Twin Peaks (also known as Northwest Passage), ABC, 1990–91. The Fifth Corner, 1992. Carrie Fairchild, Central Park West (also known as C.P.W.), CBS, 1995–96. Ariel, Fantasy Island, ABC, 1998–99. Wendall Meade, ER, NBC, 2004–2005. Sara, a recurring role, Joey, NBC, 2005. Allison, Freddie, ABC, 2005–2006. Natalie Holden, Viva Laughlin, CBS, 2007. Janie Jones, a recurring role, Californication, Showtime, 2008. Angelica ⬙Angie⬙ Spivey, My Own Worst Enemy, NBC, 2008.

WRITINGS Songs Featured in Films: ⬙Vamos a bailar,⬙ Scarface, 1983. OTHER SOURCES Books: Dictionary of Hispanic Biography, Gale, 1996.

Television Appearances; Movies: Stephanie Doddsworth, Jury Duty: The Comedy (also known as The Great American Sex Scandal), ABC, 1990. Amy O’Neill, I’m Dangerous Tonight, USA Network, 1990. Rhonda, For the Very First Time (also known as ’Til I Kissed Ya), NBC, 1991. Lauren Harrington, Love, Cheat and Steal (also known as Prey for Us All), Showtime, 1993. Lauren, The Courtyard, Showtime, 1995. Angeline, Bombshell, Sci–Fi Channel, 1996. Ann ⬙Annie⬙ O’Keefe, Heartless, USA Network, 1997. Rachel Dwyer, Twist of Fate (also known as Psychopath), Cinemax, 1997. Julie Clayton, Wounded, HBO, 1997. Samantha Clark, The Hunted (also known as Die Gejagte), USA Network, 1998. Jackie McCoy, Mr. Rock ’n’ Roll: The Alan Freed Story (also known as The Big Beat Heat and Mr. Rock and Roll), NBC, 1999. Grace Mitchell, Hangman, The Movie Channel, 2001. Susan Costello, The Rats (also known as Killer Rats), Fox, 2002. Carmen, Scenes of the Crime, Starz, 2003. Jean Brooks, Lies and Deceptions, Lifetime, 2005. Christine, The Verdict, Lifetime, 2008.

Periodicals: National Review, May 16, 1994, pp. 70–71. People Weekly, October 7, 1991, p. 20; May 2, 1994; August 21, 2000. Premiere, January, 1990, p. 112. Variety, September 7, 1992, p. 54. Women’s Wear Daily, August 6, 1998, p. 6S.

AMICK, Madchen 1970– PERSONAL Given name pronounced ⬙Made–chen⬙; original name, Maedchen E. Amick; born December 12, 1970, in Reno (some sources cite Sparks), NV; daughter of Bill (a musician) and Judy (a medical office manager) Amick; married David Alexis (a songwriter and recording artist), 1992; children: two. Avocational Interests: Piano, bass, violin, and guitar, painting. Addresses: Agent—Jennifer Craig, Gersh Agency, 9465 Wilshire Blvd., 6th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Kesha Williams, Affirmative Entertainment and Productions, 425 North Robertson Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90048.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Ariel, Fantasy Island, ABC, 1998. Laurie Harris, Baywatch: Panic at Malibu Pier (also known as Inferno at Malibu Beach), NBC, 1989. Shelly Johnson, Twin Peaks (also known as Northwest Passage), ABC, 1990. Babes in the Wood, ABC, 1999. Allison, Freddie, ABC, 2005. Kylie, Jake in Progress, ABC, 2005. Natalie Holden, Viva Laughlin, CBS, 2007. Christine, Hindsight, Lifetime, 2008. Liz Dunlevie, The Law, ABC, 2009.

Career: Actress. Appeared in commercials for Gap jeans, 1991, and Georgia Coffee, 1993. Elite Agency, former model. Awards, Honors: Soap Opera Digest Award nomination, outstanding supporting actress in prime time, 1991, for Twin Peaks; Saturn Award nomination, best actress, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, 1995, for Dream Lover. 5

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Television Appearances; Specials: (In archive footage) Shelly Johnson, Twin Peaks/Cop Rock: Behind the Scenes, 1990.

Chelsea Lately, E! Entertainment Television, 2008. Danielle, ⬙The Dog Is Happier without Her,⬙ Damages, FX Network, 2010.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Young Anya, ⬙The Dauphin,⬙ Star Trek: The Next Generation (also known as Star Trek: TNG), syndicated, 1989. Entertainment Tonight (also known as Entertainment This Week, E.T., ET Weekend, and This Week in Entertainment), syndicated, 1990. ⬙The Cast of Twin Peaks,⬙ The Phil Donahue Show (also known as Donahue), 1990. Mrs. Cordell, ⬙Love and Blood,⬙ Fallen Angels, Showtime, 1995. Lauren Hutton and ѧ, 1996. Nicole Kennedy, ⬙Psychic Friends,⬙ Dawson’s Creek, The WB, 1999. Nicole Kennedy, ⬙A Perfect Wedding,⬙ Dawson’s Creek, The WB, 1999. Nicole Kennedy, ⬙Reunited,⬙ Dawson’s Creek, The WB, 1999. Sherry Tinsdale, ⬙It Should’ve Been Lorelai,⬙ Gilmore Girls (also known as Gilmore Girls: Beginnings), The WB, 2002. Sherry Tinsdale, ⬙Take the Deviled Eggs ѧ,⬙ Gilmore Girls (also known as Gilmore Girls: Beginnings), The WB, 2002. Sherry Tinsdale, ⬙Dear Emily and Richard,⬙ Gilmore Girls (also known as Gilmore Girls: Beginnings), The WB, 2003. Crystal Stevenson/Mary Fredericks, ⬙Black Sheep,⬙ Wild Card (also known as Zoe Busiek: Wild Card), Lifetime, 2003. Celeste ⬙CeCe⬙ Royce, ⬙Home for Christmas,⬙ Ed, NBC, 2003. Lisa Salinger, ⬙The House Next Door,⬙ Queens Supreme, CBS, 2003. Kylie, ⬙Check Please, Jake in Progress, ABC, 2005. Guest, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, CBS, 2005. Alissa Goodwyn, ⬙Home Sweet,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 2006. Yvonne Guttman, ⬙Burn, Baby, Burn,⬙ Kidnapped, NBC, 2006. Yvonne Guttman, ⬙Gone Fishing,⬙ Kidnapped, NBC, 2007. Yvonne Guttman, ⬙Impasse,⬙ Kidnapped, NBC, 2007. Gina Romero, ⬙One Hit Wonder,⬙ Shark, CBS, 2008. Duchess Catherine Beaton, ⬙Summer Kind of Wonderful,⬙ Gossip Girl, The CW, 2008. Duchess Catherine Beaton, ⬙Never Been Marcused,⬙ Gossip Girl, The CW, 2008. Duchess Catherine Beaton, ⬙The Dark Night,⬙ Gossip Girl, The CW, 2008. Duchess Catherine Beaton, ⬙The Ex–Files,⬙ Gossip Girl, The CW, 2008.

Film Appearances: Mandy, Don’t Tell Her It’s Me (also known as The Boyfriend School), Hemdale, 1990. Megan, The Borrower, Cannon, 1991. Tanya Robertson, Sleepwalkers (also known as Sleepstalkers and Stephen King’s ⬙Sleepwalkers⬙), Columbia, 1992. Shelly Johnson, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (also known as Twin Peaks—Les 7 derniers jours de Laura Palmer), New Line Cinema, 1992. Lena Mathers, Dream Lover, Gramercy, 1994. Sarah Collins, Trapped in Paradise, Twentieth Century– Fox, 1994. Zina Hart, French Exit, Cineville, 1998. Gabrielle Mitchell, The List (also known as La liste), York, 2000. Jamie, Face to Face (also known as Italian Ties), Giants, 2001. Dr. Sera Levitt, Global Effect, Cinetel, 2002. Casting About (documentary), Kino International, 2004. Rachel Samson, Four Corners of Suburbia, Duino Productions, 2005. RECORDINGS Videos: Reflections on the Phenomenon of ⬙Twin Peaks,⬙ New Line Home Video, 2002. A Slice of Lynch, CBS DVD, 2007. Secrets from Another Place: Creating Twin Peaks, CBS DVD, 2007. Appeared as Baby in the music video ⬙My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama⬙ by Dweezil Zappa; backup singer, ⬙Don’t Be Cruel⬙ by Cheap Trick; also appeared in music videos by Herb Alpert, Rick Astley, and Julio Iglesias. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, May 27, 2005, p. 128.

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BEALS, Jennifer 1963– PERSONAL Born December 19, 1963, in Chicago, IL; daughter of Alfred Beals (a grocery store owner) and Jeanne Cohen (an elementary school teacher); married Alexandre Rockwell (a director and writer), 1986 (divorced, 1996); married Ken L. Dixon (a hockey player and entrepreneur), June 14, 1998; children: (second marriage) one daughter. Education: Yale University, B.A. (with honors), 1987; trained at Goodman Theatre, Chicago, and with Ed Kovens at Professional Workshop, New York City. Avocational Interests: Photography, running (including marathons).

CREDITS Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Friend of Clifford Peache, My Bodyguard, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1980. Alex Owens, Flashdance, Paramount, 1983. Eva, The Bride, Columbia, 1985. (In archive footage) That’s Dancing!, 1985. Lady Olivia Candioni, La partita (also known as The Gamble), 1988, released in the United States, 1991. Barbara Uribe, Split Decisions (also known as Kid Gloves), New Century/Vista, 1988. The transvestite, Sons, Pacific Pictures, 1989. Rachel, Vampire’s Kiss, Hemdale Releasing, 1989. Mona, Blood and Concrete (also known as Blood and Concrete, a Love Story), IRS Releasing, 1991. Sonja Vogler, Dr. M (also known as Club Extinction and Docteur M), Prism Entertainment, 1991. Angelica Pena, In the Soup (also known as In the Soup—Alles Kino, In the soup: en la sopa, and In the soup—un mare di guai), Triton Pictures, 1992. Joyce Ferranti, Le grand pardon II (also known as Day of Atonement), Vidmark Entertainment, 1993. Herself, ⬙On My Vespa,⬙ Dear Diary (also known as Caro diario and Journal intime), Fine Line, 1993. Gertrude Benchley, Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle (also known as Mrs. Parker and the Round Table), Fine Line, 1994. Rebecca Darcy, Dead on Sight, Summa Video, 1994.

Addresses: Agent—Ken Kaplan, Gersh Agency, 9465 Wilshire Blvd., 6th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Adena Chawke, Greenlight Management and Production, 315 South Beverly Dr., Suite 300, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. Appeared in commercials. Previously worked as a model and at an ice cream parlor. Awards, Honors: Image Award, outstanding lead actress in a motion picture, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and Golden Globe Award nomination, best actress in a comedy or musical film, both 1984, for Flashdance; Image Award nomination, outstanding actress in a motion picture, 1996, for Devil in a Blue Dress; Golden Satellite Award, best an actress in a television miniseries or movie, International Press Academy, 1998, for The Twilight of the Golds; Maverick Tribute Award, Cinequest San Jose Film Festival, 1999; Golden Satellite Award nomination, best actress in a television miniseries or movie, 2001, for A House Divided; Video 7

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Voice of Princess Yum Yum, The Princess and the Cobbler (animated; also known as The Arabian Knight and The Thief and the Cobbler), Miramax, 1995. Daphne Monet, Devil in a Blue Dress (also known as La diable en robe bleue), TriStar, 1995. Angela, ⬙The Man from Hollywood⬙ and ⬙The Wrong Man,⬙ Four Rooms, Miramax, 1995. Ellen, The Search For One–Eye Jimmy, Cabin Fever Entertainment, 1996. Valerie Rosales, Prophecy II: Ashtown (also known as Prophecy II and God’s Army II), Buena Vista, 1997. Elizabeth, Wishful Thinking, Miramax, 1997. Nina Moritz, The Last Days of Disco, Gramercy, 1998. Lisa, Something More, Alliance Atlantis, 1999. Jenny Capitanas, Out of Line, First look Releasing, 2001. Gina Taylor, The Anniversary Party, Fine Line, 2001. Suzi, 13 Moons, Lot 47 Films, 2002. Sophie, Roger Dodger, Artisan Entertainment, 2002. Vanessa Lembeck, Runaway Jury, Twentieth Century– Fox, 2003. Juliet, Break a Leg, MTI Home Video, 2003. Molly, Catch That Kid (also known as Mission without Permission and Mission: Possible—Diese Kids sind nicht zu fassen!), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2004. Trish, The Grudge 2, Columbia, 2006. The American woman, Joueuse (also known as Queen to Play), Studio Canal, 2008. Claudia, The Book of Eli, Warner Bros., 2010.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Dolly Rose, Feast of All Saints (also known as Anne Rice’s ⬙The Feast of All Saints⬙), ABC, 2001. (In archive footage) Retrosexual: The 80’s, VH1, 2004. Television Appearances; Pilots: Perry Quinn, 2000 Malibu Road, CBS, 1992. Lorraine Brewster, The Big House (also known as Being Brewster), ABC, 2001. Bette Porter, The L Word, Showtime, 2004. Television Appearances; Specials: Freedomfest: Nelson Mandela’s 70th Birthday Celebration, Fox, 1988. Host, Poetry, Passion, the Postman: The Poetic Return of Pablo Neruda, 1996. Hollywood Goes to Hell, 2000. (In archive footage) Camara negra. Teatro Victoria Eugenia, Television Espanola, 2007. Sexo en serie, Canal + Espana, 2008. Starz Inside: Fashion in Film, Starz!, 2008.

Television Appearances; Series: Perry Quinn, 2000 Malibu Road, CBS, 1992. Bette Porter, The L Word, Showtime, 2004–2009.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Title role, ⬙Cinderella,⬙ Faerie Tale Theatre (also known as Shelley Duvall’s ⬙Faerie Tale Theatre⬙), Showtime, 1985. The Word, 1990. Robin Dysart, ⬙Bodies of Evidence,⬙ The Outer Limits (also known as The New Outer Limits), Showtime, 1995. Justine Madsen Judd, ⬙Kindred Spirits,⬙ Nothing Sacred, ABC, 1998. Jane, ⬙And She Laughed,⬙ The Hunger, Showtime, 1999. ⬙Music Movie Stars,⬙ VH–1 Where Are They Now?, VH1, 2000. Seitenblicke, 2002. Dr. Anne Ranberg, ⬙Goodnight, Seattle: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 2004. Sofia Archer, ⬙Charity Case,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 2007. Herself, Eigo de shabera–night, 2008. Zoe Landau, ⬙The Better Half,⬙ Lie to Me, Fox, 2009. Zoe Landau, ⬙Sacrifice,⬙ Lie to Me, Fox, 2009. Zoe Landau, ⬙The Core of It,⬙ Lie to Me, Fox, 2009. Zoe Landau, ⬙Truth or Consequences,⬙ Lie to Me, Fox, 2009.

Television Appearances; Movies: Patty Meredith, Tinikling ou ⬙La madonne et le dragon⬙ (also known as The Madonna and the Dragon), 1990. Virginia, Terror Stalks the Class Reunion (also known as For Better and for Worse, Mary Higgins Clark: Pour le meilleur et pour le pire, and Pour le meilleur et pour le pire), syndicated, 1992. Ellie, Indecency (also known as It Had to Be Steve), USA Network, 1992. Julia Kuffner, Night Owl (also known as Bird of Prey), Lifetime, 1993. Suzanne Stein, The Twilight of the Golds, Showtime, 1996. Emily Taylor, Let It Be Me (also known as Love Dance), Starz!, 1998. Xinia Kelly, The Spree, The Movie Channel, 1998. Gina, Body and Soul, The Movie Channel, 1999. Jessica, Fear of Flying (also known as Turbulence 2: Fear of Flying), Cinemax, 2000. Julie Sanders, Militia, HBO, 2000. Amanda Dickson, A House Divided, Showtime, 2000. Samantha ⬙Sam⬙ Wilkes, Without Malice, 2000. Mrs. Gavotte, After the Storm, 2001. 8

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BELL Addresses: Agent—Sandie Schnarr, AVO Talent, 8500 Melrose Ave., Suite 212, West Hollywood, CA 90069. Manager—McKeon/Myones Management, 3500 Olive Ave., Suite 770, Burbank, CA 91505.

Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: Dinner for Five, Independent Film Channel, 2002. Jimmy Kimmel Live! (also known as Jimmy Kimmel), ABC, 2004. The Daily Show (also known as A Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Global Edition, and Jon Stewart), Comedy Central, 2004. Live with Regis and Kelly, syndicated, 2004. The Sharon Osbourne Show (also known as Sharon), syndicated, 2004. The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, CBS, 2005, 2006, 2008. The View, ABC, 2008.

Career: Actress and voice performer. Performer for commercials, industrial films, and radio programs. Model for print ads. Member: American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Actors’ Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, The ѧ Annual Academy Awards, 1984, 1985. 19th Annual GLAAD Media Awards, Bravo, 2008. 2008 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, 2008.

Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Voice, State of Play (also known as Jeux de pouvoir), Universal, 2009. Ashley, Stay Cool, Initiate Productions, 2009. Redhead, The Truth about Angels, Angeli Films, 2009.

RECORDINGS Videos: (In archive footage) Zoe Landau, Lie to Me Season 1: The Truth about ⬙Lie to Me,⬙ Twentieth Century–Fox Home Entertainment, 2009.

Appeared as Molly, The Girl and Her Wicked Shadow, as Lorraine, In Ernest, and in Supporting Characters, American Film Institute.

OTHER SOURCES

Film Work: Additional voices, Magic, Animals Are People Too/Sun Lion Films, 2009.

Books: Newsmakers, Issue 2, Gale, 2005.

Performed miscellaneous voices for other films.

Periodicals: Advocate, January 31, 2006, p. 42. Budget Living, April, 2003, p. 148. Daily Mail (London), July 10, 2007, p. 55. People Weekly, November 17, 1997, p. 26; May 12, 2009, p. 24; April 12, 2004; April 21, 2008, p. 119. Playboy, April, 2003, p. 30. Runner’s World, June, 2009, p. 116. TV Guide, February 10, 2008, p. 92; March 2, 2009, p. 44. US Weekly, August 14, 2000, pp. 286–87.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Claire, ⬙Split Decision,⬙ George Lopez, ABC, 2003. Colleen, ⬙Chapter Seventy–Three,⬙ Boston Public, Fox, 2003. Lanie, ⬙Goodbye and Good Luck,⬙ CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (also known as C.S.I., CSI: Las Vegas, and Les experts), CBS, 2007. Tonya, ⬙Work,⬙ United States of Tara, Showtime, 2009. Tonya, ⬙Revolution,⬙ United States of Tara, Showtime, 2009. Tonya, ⬙Abundance,⬙ United States of Tara, Showtime, 2009. Tonya, ⬙Betrayal,⬙ United States of Tara, Showtime, 2009.

BELL, Ashley 1986– Appeared as a guest for an episode of Soap Talk, ABC.

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Television Appearances; Pilots: Guest, Case Closed, Comedy Central, 2007.

Born May 26, 1986, in Santa Monica, CA; daughter of Michael Bell (an actor) and Victoria Carroll (an actress). Education: New York University, B.F.A., 2007; trained at American Academy of Dramatic Arts and Cambridge University in England, and with Groundlings, Los Angeles.

Stage Appearances: Abigail Williams, The Crucible, Matrix Theatre, Los Angeles, 2007. 9

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 (an actor). Education: University of British Columbia, B.A., studied theatre and psychology, 2001; trained with Atlantic Theater Company, New York City; studied theatre and dance.

Mary, Mary’s Wedding, Colony Theatre, Burbank, CA, 2008. Frankie, The Voice of the Prairie, Colony Theatre, 2008. Appeared in the solo show Acting Served Cold, Third Stages Theatre, Los Angeles; and in the improvisational comedy Life Size People, I.O. West, Los Angeles; as Virgil, The Martyrdom of Washington Booth, Hot Ink Festival, New York City; little sister, Something More Pleasant, Fringe Festival, New York City; multiple characters, Thomas Paine, Peculiar Works Theatre, New York City; and woman with parasol and wife, Wounds to the Face, Chashama Theatre, New York City.

Addresses: Agent—Jason Ainslie, Principals Talent, 117–2323 Boundary Rd., Vancouver, British Columbia V5M 4V8, Canada. Career: Actress. Performed as a member of an improvisational comedy team. Also a voice performer. Appeared in advertisements. Member: Union of British Columbia Performers/ Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA).

RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of Lu Yan, Tenchi no Mon (also known as Key of Heaven and Kingdom of Paradise), Sony Computer Entertainment America, 2005.

Awards, Honors: As a member of an improvisational comedy team, winner of a provincial championship and placed in a Canadian national competition. CREDITS

Performed voice of butterfly for Best Friends and The Littlest Pet Shop, Electronic Arts; English–language host for Type to Learn.

Television Appearances; Series: (Sometimes credited as Julia Anderson) Vanessa James, Stargate Universe (also known as SG.U Stargate Universe and SGU: Stargate Universe), Syfy, beginning 2009.

WRITINGS Stage: Author of the solo show Acting Served Cold, Third Stages Theatre, Los Angeles.

Television Appearances; Movies; as Julia Anderson: Mother, My Neighbor’s Keeper, Lifetime, 2007. Christina, The Unquiet (also known as Ghost Prison), Lifetime Movie Network, 2008. Sarah, Past Lies, 2008. C. C. Turner, Mr. Troop Mom, Nickelodeon, 2009. Joy, Lying to Be Perfect (also known as Cinderella Pact), Lifetime, 2010.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Backstage West, July 2, 2008. Los Angeles Times, June 24, 2008.

Television Appearances; Episodic; as Julia Anderson: Tara, ⬙Past Tense,⬙ Tru Calling (also known as Heroine, Tru, and True Calling), Fox, 2003. Crying girl, ⬙The Collector,⬙ The Dead Zone (also known as The Dark Half, Dead Zone, Stephen King’s ⬙Dead Zone,⬙ La morta zona, La zona morta, La zona muerta, and Zona smrti), USA Network, 2005. Sadie McAbee, ⬙Stringers,⬙ The Evidence, ABC, 2006. Willa, ⬙Irresistible,⬙ Stargate: Atlantis (also known as Atlantis, Csillagkapu—Atlantisz, La porte d’Atlantis, and Stargaate: Atlaantis), Sci–Fi Channel, 2006. Abbey Addison, ⬙Right to Die,⬙ Masters of Horror, Showtime, 2007. Clerk, ⬙Church,⬙ Aliens in America, The CW, 2007. Gloria, ⬙All Mine,⬙ Reaper, The CW, 2007. James, ⬙Passion Plays,⬙ Whistler, CTV and The N, 2007.

Electronic: Ashley Bell Official Site, http://ashleybell.com, October 14, 2009.

BENSON, Julia 1979– (Julia Anderson) PERSONAL Original name, Julia Anderson; born 1979, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; married Peter Benson 10

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 Woman at bar, ⬙Sin City,⬙ Supernatural (also known as Sobrenatural), The CW, 2007. Nurse, ⬙Arctic,⬙ Smallville (also known as Smallville Beginnings and Smallville: Superman the Early Years), The CW, 2008. Officer Tyra Coulter, ⬙Snap,⬙ Harper’s Island, CBS 2009.

BEYONCÉ BEYONCÉ, 1981– (Beyonce, Beyonce Knowles) PERSONAL Full name, Beyonce Giselle Knowles; born September 4, 1981, in Houston, TX; daughter of Matthew (a talent manager and in sales and insurance) and Tina (a costume designer, hairdresser, and proprietor of a hair salon; maiden name, Beyonce) Knowles; sister of Solange Knowles (an actress, singer, and dancer); married Sean Corey Carter (known as Jay–Z; a rap artist, producer, and entrepreneur), April 4, 2008. Education: Attended the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, Houston, TX. Religion: Methodist. Avocational Interests: Painting, cooking.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Vanessa James, ⬙Air: Parts 1–3,⬙ Stargate Universe (also known as SG.U Stargate Universe and SGU: Stargate Universe), Syfy, 2009. (As Julia Anderson) Hostess, Shattered, CanWest Global Television, c. 2009. Film Appearances; as Julia Anderson: Sarah Jones, Crazy Late (short film), Chris Ferguson, 2005. Allie, Zero Hour, Indiepix, c. 2006. Last dancer in line, Blonde and Blonder, Empire Film Group/Hannover House, 2007. Sara’s girlfriend, Numb, Scanbox Entertainment, 2007, Image Entertainment, 2008. Anna, Road to Victory, ViewCave, 2007, Vanguard Cinema, 2009. Shirley Sutherland, The Ex–Convict’s Guide to Surviving House Arrest (short film), Mighty Pharaoh Films, 2008. Coffee: A Fabulous Comedy (also known as Coffee), 2008. Catherine, Everything’s Coming Up Rosie (live action and animated short film), 2009. Melissa, Scott’s Land (short film), 2009.

Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 10250 Constellation Way, 9th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (voice work) Danis Panero Nist, 9201 West Olympic Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager— Matthew Knowles, Music World Entertainment, 1505 Hadley St., Houston, TX 77002. Publicist—Alan Nierob, Rogers & Cowan Public Relations, Pacific Design Center, 8687 Melrose Ave., 7th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Singer, recording artist, songwriter, music producer, actress, and dancer. Destiny’s Child (singing group), lead singer, 1997–2005; solo artist, 2003—. Formerly performed in the groups Girl’s Tyme, beginning c. 1989, Something Fresh, Cliche, the Dolls, and Destiny, between 1993 and 1996. Appeared in advertisements; spokesperson for L’Oreal cosmetics, 2001; worked as a model; appeared on the cover of the swimsuit edition of Sports Illustrated and in other periodicals; affiliated with a line of perfumes, True Star, beginning 2004; House of Dereon (fashion line), cofounder (with Tina Knowles).

Stage Appearances: Member of an improvisational comedy team. Major Tours: Beginning c. 1992, member of the touring theatre group the Vancouver Youth Theatre Society, and performer in the Vancouver area as well as the Aberdeen International Youth Festival, Aberdeen, Scotland.

Member: American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), Screen Actors Guild. WRITINGS Awards, Honors: Soul Train Lady of Soul awards (with Destiny’s Child), best R & B/soul single, group, band, or duo, and best R & B/soul or rap new artist, both 1998, for ⬙No, No, No⬙; Soul Train Lady of Soul Award (with Destiny’s Child), best R & B/soul album of the year, 1998, for Destiny’s Child; Grammy awards, best R & B performance by a duo or group with vocal and best R & B song, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, and MTV Video Music Award, best R & B video, all 1999, and Soul Train Lady of Soul Award, best R & B/soul single, group, band, or duo, 2000, all with Destiny’s Child, for ⬙Say My Name⬙; Soul Train

Writings for the Stage: Created material as a member of an improvisational comedy team. OTHER SOURCES Electronic: Julia Benson Official Website, http://www.juliabenson. net, October 25, 2009. 11

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Lady of Soul Award (with Destiny’s Child), best R & B/soul album of the year, 2000, for The Writing’s on the Wall; Billboard Music awards (all with Destiny’s Child), top pop artist, top pop artist—duo/group, top Hot 100 artist, top Hot 100 artist—duo/group, top hot dance maxi–single sales artist, top hot dance maxi– single sales artist—duo/group, all 2000; Grammy Award, best R & B performance by a duo or group with vocal, Soul Train Lady of Soul Award, best R & B/soul single, group, band, or duo, and MTV Video Music Award, best R & B video, all with Destiny’s Child, 2001, for ⬙Survivor⬙; Sammy Davis, Jr. Award (with Destiny’s Child), entertainer of the year, Soul Train Music awards, 2001; Blockbuster Entertainment awards (with Destiny’s Child), favorite group and favorite R & B group, both 2001; Radio Music awards (with Destiny’s Child), artist of the year—top 40 pop radio and hip–hop rhythmic radio, both 2001; Black Entertainment Television (BET) Award (with Destiny’s Child), best group, 2001; Blimp Award (with Destiny’s Child), favorite singing group, Kids’ Choice awards, Nickelodeon, 2001; Billboard Music awards (all with Destiny’s Child), top pop artist, top pop artist—duo/group, top Hot 100 artist, top Hot 100 artist—duo/group, top hot top 40 artist, top hot dance maxi–single sales artist, singles artist of the year, and group/duo of the year, all 2001; Billboard Music Award, top hot dance maxi– single sales, Grammy Award nomination (with others), best song written for a motion picture, television, or other visual media, and Black Reel Award nomination (with Destiny’s Child), best song, all 2001, and Film and Television Music Award, most performed song from a motion picture, American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), 2002, all with Destiny’s Child and others, for ⬙Independent Women Part I,⬙ used in the film Charlie’s Angels; Pop Music Award, songwriter of the year, American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), 2001, American Music Award, favorite pop/rock album, 2002, and Soul Train Lady of Soul Award, best R & B/soul album of the year, 2002, all with Destiny’s Child, for the album Survivor; American Music awards (with Destiny’s Child), favorite band, duo, or group—soul/R & B, 2001 and 2002; Image awards (with Destiny’s Child), outstanding duo or group, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 2001 and 2005; nominations for record of the year, voters in the United Kingdom and Independent Television (England), 2001, for ⬙Survivor⬙ (with Destiny’s Child), 2003, for ⬙Crazy in Love,⬙ and 2007, for ⬙Beautiful Liar⬙ (with Shakira); Soul Train Lady of Soul Award (with Destiny’s Child), best R & B/soul single, group, band, or duo, 2002, for ⬙Emotion⬙; Brit Award (with Destiny’s Child), best international group, British Phonographic Industry, 2002; World Music awards (all with Destiny’s Child), world’s best selling artist or group, world’s best selling pop group, and world’s best R & B group, all 2002; named to the 2003 VH1 Top 40 Countdown, 2003, for both ⬙Crazy in Love⬙ and ⬙Baby Boy⬙; Black Reel Award nomination, best song, 2003, for ⬙Work It Out,⬙ Austin Powers in Goldmember; Black Reel Award nomination,

best breakthrough performance, Teen Choice Award nomination, choice movie breakout star—female, MTV Movie Award nomination, breakthrough female performance, and Blimp Award nomination, favorite female butt kicker, all 2003, for Austin Powers in Goldmember; Teen Choice Award nomination, choice crossover artist (music/acting), 2003; named one the top twelve entertainers of 2003, Entertainment Weekly magazine, 2003; named one the top entertainers of 2003, E! Entertainment Television, 2003; Billboard Music awards, best new female artist, best new R & B artist, Hot 100 female artist, and Hot 100 Award for most weeks at number one, all 2003; VH1 Big in 03 Award, big entertainer: 2003; named one of the twenty–five hottest stars under the age of twenty–five, Teen People magazine, 2003; named one of the ten most fascinating people of 2003 in a Barbara Walters television special, 2003; named one of the hot twenty–four in 2004, Real Access television special, 2003; platinum record certification, Recording Industry Association of America, 2003, Grammy Award, best contemporary R & B album, 2004, and Soul Train Music Award, best female R & B/soul album, 2004, all for Dangerously in Love; Vibe Award (with Jay–Z), coolest collabo, MTV Video Music awards, best female video, best R & B video, and best choreography, MTV Europe Music Award (with Jay–Z), best song of the year, and MTV Europe Music Award nominations, best female and best R & B, all 2003, and Grammy awards, best R & B vocal performance—female, (with Jay–Z and Rich Harrison) best R & B song, and (with Jay–Z) best rap/sung collaboration, and Grammy Award nomination (with Jay– Z), record of the year, and BET Award (with Jay–Z), best collaboration, all 2004, all for ⬙Crazy in Love,⬙ song also named the top track of the decade, NME magazine, 2009; Grammy Award (with Jay–Z) best remixed recording—nonclassical, 2004, for the song ⬙Crazy in Love (Maurice’s Soul Mix)⬙; Grammy Award (with Luther Vandross), best R & B vocal performance—duo or group, 2004, for ⬙The Closer I Get to You⬙; Black Reel Award (with Walter Williams, Sr.), best song, 2004, for ⬙He Still Moves Me,⬙ The Fighting Temptations; MTV Video Music Award, best female video, and named to the 2004 VH1 Top 40 Countdown, both 2004, for ⬙Naughty Girl⬙; Brit Award, best international female solo artist, 2004; Radio Music Award, artist of the year—top 40 radio, 2004; Image Award, entertainer of the year, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 2004; Sammy Davis, Jr. Award, entertainer of the year, 2004; People’s Choice Award, favorite female performer, 2004; BET Award, best female R & B artist, Black Entertainment Television, 2004; NRJ Music Award, best international female artist, NRJ Radio (France), 2004; Artist Achievement Award, Billboard Music awards, 2004; TRL First Lady Award, TRL awards, 2004; Image Award nomination, outstanding actress in a motion picture, Black Reel Award nomination, best actress, and BET Comedy Award nomination, outstanding lead actress in a box office movie, Black Entertainment Television, best actress, all 2004, for The Fighting Temptations; named 12

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one of most influential African Americans, Ebony magazine, 2004; Walk This Way Award (best entrance), TRL awards, 2005; American Music Award, favorite album—soul/rhythm and blues, 2005, Soul Train Music Award, best female R & B/soul album, 2005, and Grammy Award nomination, best contemporary R & B album, 2006, all with Destiny’s Child, for Destiny Fulfilled; Grammy Award (with Stevie Wonder), best R & B performance by a duo or group with vocal, 2006, for ⬙So Amazing,⬙ from the album So Amazing: An All Star Tribute to Luther Vandross; MTV Video Music Award (with others), best R & B video, 2006, for ⬙Check on It⬙; MOBO Award (Music of Black Origin Award), best international female, 2006; Grammy Award nomination, best female R & B vocal performance, 2006, for ⬙Wishing on a Star⬙; Grammy Award nominations (with Destiny’s Child), best R & B song and best R & B performance by a duo or group with vocal, both 2006, for ⬙Cater 2 U⬙; Grammy Award nomination (with Destiny’s Child, T. I. and Little Wayne), best rap/ sung collaboration, 2006, for ⬙Soldier⬙; MTV Movie Award nomination, sexiest performance, 2006, for The Pink Panther; American Music Award nomination, favorite artist of the year, 2006; with Destiny’s Child, received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2006; with Jay–Z, named a power couple, 100 Most Influential People of 2006 list, Time magazine, 2006; VH1 Big in 06 Award (with Jay–Z), big power couple, 2006; MOBO awards, best song and best video, both 2006, and Grammy Award nominations, best R & B song and best rap/sung collaboration, 2007, all with Jay–Z, for ⬙Deja Vu⬙; named to the 2006 VH1 Top 40 Countdown, 2006, and BET Award, video of the year, 2007, both for ⬙Irreplaceable⬙; Satellite Award nomination (with others), best original song, 2006, Golden Globe Award nomination (with others), best original song—motion picture, Black Reel Award nomination, best original or adapted song, and Critics Choice Award, best song, Broadcast Film Critics Association, all 2007, all for ⬙Listen,⬙ Dreamgirls; Grammy Award, best contemporary R & B album, 2007, for B’Day; American Music Award, international artist of excellence, 2007; BET Award, best female R & B artist, 2007; Gold Media Prize, Bravo Supershow, 2007; Vibe awards, R & B artist of the year and Vstyle Award (for style and fashion trendsetters), both 2007; Grammy Award nomination, best female R & B vocal performance, 2007, for ⬙Ring the Alarm⬙; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a motion picture— musical or comedy, and Satellite Award nomination, best actress in a motion picture, comedy or musical, International Press Academy, Image Award nomination, outstanding actress in a motion picture, Black Reel Award nomination, best actress, MTV Movie Award nomination, best performance, Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture, and Teen Choice Award nomination (with Jamie Foxx), choice movie liplock, all 2007, for Dreamgirls; MTV Video Music Award, most earth–shattering collaboration, 2007, and Grammy Award nomination, best pop collaboration

CREDITS Film Appearances: Agent Foxxy Cleopatra, Austin Powers in Goldmember (also known as Austin Powers: Goldmember, Austin 13

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Powers: Never Say Member Again, Austin Powers 3, Austinpussy, Goldmember, The Next Installment of Austin Powers, and The Third Installment of Austin Powers), New Line Cinema, 2002. Lilly, The Fighting Temptations, Paramount, 2003. Herself, Fade to Black (documentary; also known as Jay–Z: Fade to Black), Paramount, 2004. (With Destiny’s Child) Herself, Rockin’ the Corps: An American Thank You (concert film), National CineMedia, 2005. Deena Jones, Dreamgirls (musical; also known as Dream Girls), DreamWorks/Paramount, 2006. Xania, The Pink Panther (also known as The Birth of the Pink Panther and The Mask of the Pink Panther), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2006. Herself, Don’t Tell My Booker!!! (documentary; also known as Don’t Tell My Agent!!!), Rogue Arts, 2007. Etta James, Cadillac Records (also known as Cadillac Rock), TriStar, 2008. (In archive footage) Herself, Hollywood Singing & Dancing: A Musical History—1980s, 1990s and 2000s (documentary), KOCH International, 2009. Herself, Moonwalking: The True Story of Michael Jackson—Uncensored (documentary), 2009. Sharon Charles, Obsessed (also known as Oh No She Didn’t), Screen Gems, 2009. Some sources cite an appearance as a girl in Beverly Hood, c. 1999, York Entertainment, c. 2002. Film Executive Producer: Cadillac Records (also known as Cadillac Rock), TriStar, 2008. Obsessed (also known as Oh No She Didn’t), Screen Gems, 2009.

Several films, television programs, and videos feature songs recorded by Beyonce or Destiny’s Child. Television Appearances; Miniseries: (With Destiny’s Child) Herself, 100 Greatest Dance Songs of Rock & Roll, VH1, 2000. Herself, I Love the ’80s, VH1, 2002.

Film Song Producer: Charlie’s Angels (also known as Charlie’s Angels: The Movie and 3 Engel fuer Charlie), Columbia, 2000. Austin Powers in Goldmember (also known as Austin Powers: Goldmember, Austin Powers: Never Say Member Again, Austin Powers 3, Austinpussy, Goldmember, The Next Installment of Austin Powers, and The Third Installment of Austin Powers), New Line Cinema, 2002. Scooby–Doo (also known as Scooby Doo), Warner Bros., 2002. The Fighting Temptations, Paramount, 2003. Dreamgirls (musical; also known as Dream Girls), DreamWorks/Paramount, 2006. The Pink Panther (also known as The Birth of the Pink Panther and The Mask of the Pink Panther), Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 2006.

Television Appearances; Specials: (With Destiny’s Child) Walt Disney World Summer Jam Concert (also known as Summer Jam), ABC, 2000. Christmas in Rockefeller Center, NBC, 2000, 2001, 2008. Herself, Gayle King Interviews ѧ On the Road with Destiny’s Child, Oxygen, 2001. Herself, Making the Movie: MTV’s ⬙Hip Hop Opera: Carmen,⬙ MTV, 2001. (With Destiny’s Child) Herself, Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration, CBS, 2001. (With Destiny’s Child) Herself, MTV Icon: Janet Jackson, MTV, 2001. (With Destiny’s Child) Herself, Nobel Peace Prize Concert, multiple networks, 2001. Carmen Brown, Carmen: A Hip Hopera (also known as Carmen Brown), MTV, 2001.

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Herself, Dreamgirls: Divas, Drama, and Destiny, VH1, 2007. Herself, Dreamgirls: T4 Movie Special, Channel 4, 2007. (As Beyonce) Herself, Elvis: Viva Las Vegas, ABC, 2007. Herself, La noche de los Oscar, Canal+Espana, 2007. Herself, Live from the Red Carpet: The 2007 Academy Awards, E! Entertainment Television, 2007. Herself, Movies Rock, CBS, 2007. Herself, My Night at the Grammys, CBS, 2007. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Herself, Penelope, camino a los Oscar, Canal+Espana, 2007. Herself, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2007, TNT, 2007. Herself, Especial Nochevieja 2008: Feliz 2009!, Television Espanola, 2008. (As Beyonce; in archive footage) Herself, Generation duo, TF1, 2008. Herself, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, NBC, 2008. Herself, A Night for Vets: An MTV Concert for the Brave, MTV, 2008. Herself, The 66th Grand Prix of Monaco, Speed Channel, 2008. (As Beyonce) Stand Up to Cancer, ABC, 2008. (As Beyonce) Herself, Total Finale Live, MTV, 2008. (As Beyonce) Herself, Access Granted: Above and Beyonce, Black Entertainment Television (BET), 2009. (As Beyonce) Herself, Beyonce—I Am ѧ Yours (related to the DVD and CD set Beyonce—I Am ѧ Yours: An Intimate Performance at Wynn Las Vegas), ABC, 2009. Herself, The Grammy Nominations Concert Live!!— Countdown to Music’s Biggest Night (also known as The Grammy Nominations Concert Live!!), CBS, 2009. Herself, Michael Jackson NRJ 12 Tribute, NRJ 12, 2009. Herself, The Neighborhood Ball: An Inauguration Celebration, ABC, 2009. (As Beyonce) Herself, TV One Night Only: Live from the Essence Music Festival, TV One, 2009. Herself, 2009 Golden Globe Awards Red Carpet Special, NBC, 2009. Herself, VMAs 09: What You Didn’t Know (also known as VMA 09: What You Didn’t Know), MTV, 2009. (As Beyonce) Herself, We Are One: The Obama Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial, HBO, 2009. (In archive footage) Almost Famous II, BBC, 2009.

Host, The Fake ID Club, MTV, 2001. (With Destiny’s Child) The Concert for New York City, multiple networks, 2001. (With Destiny’s Child) Destiny’s Child Live, MTV, 2001. (With Destiny’s Child) Pop Goes Christmas, BBC, 2001. (With Destiny’s Child) This Is Destiny’s Child, Fox, 2001. Herself, The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, CBS, 2002. The Fifth Annual Sears Soul Train Christmas Starfest, The WB, 2002. Herself, The Barbara Walters Special: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2003 (also known as Barbara Walters: Interviews of a Lifetime and The Barbara Walters Summer Special), ABC, 2003. (As Beyonce) Herself, Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular, NBC, 2003. (As Beyonce) Herself, VH1 Divas Duets, VH1, 2003. 50 Sexiest Video Moments, VH1, 2003. Jingle Ball (also known as Jingle Ball Rock), Fox, 2003. Herself, Michael Jackson: The One (also known as Michael Jackson: Number Ones), produced in 2003, broadcast by CBS, 2004. Herself, 52 Most Irresistible Women, Spike, 2004. Herself, Live from the Red Carpet: The 2004 Grammy Awards, E! Entertainment Television, 2004. Herself, Maxim Hot 100, VH1, 2004. Herself, MTV Backstage at the Grammys 2004, MTV, 2004. Herself, Real Access: Sibling Rivalry, The N, 2004. Herself, Urban Soul: The Making of Modern R&B, BBC, 2004. Herself, VH1 and Self Magazine’s ⬙Top 10 Rock Bodies,⬙ VH1, 2004. Performer of the national anthem, Super Bowl XXXVIII, CBS, 2004. Herself, Fashion Rocks, Fox, 2004, CBS, 2008. Herself, 50 Steamiest Southern Stars, E! Entertainment Television, 2005. (With Destiny’s Child) Herself, Live 8 (also known as Live 8: A Worldwide Concert Event Presented by Nokia), multiple networks, 2005. Featured performer, One Night One Star: Usher Live, Showtime, 2005. American Top 40 Live, Fox, 2005. Herself, Be My Baby: The Girl Group Story, BBC, 2006. (As Beyonce) Herself, Beyonce at the BBC, BBC, 2006. Herself, Jay–Z: Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 2006. (In archive footage) Herself, Overrated in ’06, MuchMusic, 2006. (And in archive footage; as Beyonce) Herself, The Story of Beyonce, E! Entertainment Television, 2006. (As Beyonce) Herself, The Top of the Pops Christmas Special (also known as Top of the Pops: Christmas Special 2006), BBC, 2006. Herself, Walt Disney World Christmas Day Parade, ABC, 2006. Herself, B’Day: The Upgrade, Black Entertainment Television, 2007. Herself, The Beyonce Experience, Black Entertainment Television, 2007.

Appeared in other programs and in archive footage featured in other programs. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: (With Destiny’s Child) The 1999 Malibu MOBO Awards, 1999. Presenter, The Source Hip–Hop Music Awards 2000, UPN, 2000. The 2000 Billboard Music Awards, Fox, 2000. 15

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The Second Annual TRL Awards, MTV, 2004. The 35th Annual NAACP Image Awards, Fox, 2004. The 32nd Annual American Music Awards, ABC, 2004. The 2004 MTV Video Music Awards (also known as MTV 21st Annual Video Music Awards and MTV Video Music Awards), MTV, 2004. The 2004 Radio Music Awards, NBC, 2004. 2004 VH1 Top 40 Countdown, VH1, 2004. (As Beyonce) BET Awards 2005 (also known as The BET Awards and BET Awards ’05), Black Entertainment Television, 2005. ESPY Awards, ESPN, 2005. The 47th Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 2005. (As Beyonce) The 77th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2005. The 28th Annual Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (also known as The 28th Annual Kennedy Center Honors), CBS, 2005. (With Destiny’s Child) The 2005 World Music Awards, ABC, 2005. Presenter, The 48th Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 2006. BET Awards 2006 (also known as The BET Awards, BET Awards ’06, and 2006 BET Awards), Black Entertainment Television, 2006. (As Beyonce) The 34th Annual American Music Awards (also known as The 2006 American Music Awards), ABC, 2006. (As Beyonce) The 2006 MTV Video Music Awards (also known as MTV 23rd Annual Video Music Awards and MTV Video Music Awards), MTV, 2006. 2006 VH1 Top 40 Countdown, VH1, 2006. (As Beyonce) The 2006 World Music Awards, Channel 4 (England), 2006. VH1 Big in 06 Awards (also known as Big in 2006, VH1 Big in 06, VH1 Big in 2006, and VH1 Big in ’06 Awards), VH1, 2006. BET Awards 2007 (also known as The BET Awards, BET Awards ’07, and Seventh Annual BET Awards), Black Entertainment Television, 2007. The 49th Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 2007. Bravo Supershow, [Germany], 2007. Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards ’07 (also known as Nickelodeon 20th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards), Nickelodeon, 2007. The 79th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2007. The 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2007. (As Beyonce) The 35th Annual American Music Awards (also known as The 2007 American Music Awards), ABC, 2007. 2007 Alma Awards (also known as 2007 NCLR Alma Awards), ABC, 2007. The 2007 MTV Video Music Awards (also known as MTV 24th Annual Video Music Awards and MTV Video Music Awards), MTV, 2007. VH1 Soul Vibe Awards (also known as Vibe Awards Special), VH1, 2007. The 50th Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 2008. Premios Principales 2008, 40 TV and Cuatro, 2008. 16

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 The 31st Annual Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (also known as The 31st Annual Kennedy Center Honors), CBS, 2008. (As Beyonce) The 36th Annual American Music Awards (also known as The American Music Awards and 2008 American Music Awards), ABC, 2008. (As Beyonce) The 2008 MTV Europe Music Awards (also known as MTV Europe Music Awards), MTV Europe, 2008. 2008 VH1 Top 40 Countdown, VH1, 2008. (As Beyonce) 2008 World Music Awards (also known as World Music Awards 2008), MyNetworkTV, 2008. BET Awards 2009 (also known as The BET Awards, BET Awards ’09, and 2009 BET Awards), Black Entertainment Television, 2009. The 81st Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2009. (As Beyonce) An Evening of Stars: Tribute to Patti LaBelle (also known as An Evening of Stars: Tribute to Patti LaBelle Presented by Target), Black Entertainment Television and WGN, 2009. (As Beyonce) The 40th NAACP Image Awards, Fox, 2009. Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2009 (also known as Nickelodeon 22nd Annual Kids’ Choice Awards), Nickelodeon, 2009. The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2009. (In archive footage; with Destiny’s Child) The 36th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The CW, 2009. The 2009 MTV Video Music Awards (also known as MTV 26th Annual Video Music Awards and MTV Video Music Awards), MTV, 2009. 2009 VH1 Top 40 Countdown (also known as Top 40 of 2009), VH1, 2009.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: (With Girl’s Tyme) Star Search, CBS, 1992. (With Destiny’s Child) Herself, ⬙A Date with Destiny,⬙ Smart Guy, The WB, 1998. (With Destiny’s Child) Herself, ⬙Ghost Town,⬙ Pacific Blue, USA Network, 1999. (With Destiny’s Child) Herself, The Martin Short Show, syndicated, 1999. Herself, ⬙Backstage Pass,⬙ The Famous Jett Jackson (also known as Jett Jackson), The Disney Channel, 2000. (With Destiny’s Child) Herself, ⬙Destiny’s Child: Independent Women Part I,⬙ Making the Video, MTV, 2000. (With Destiny’s Child) Herself, Cribs (also known as MTV Cribs and MTV’s ⬙Cribs⬙), MTV, 2000, 2001. (With Destiny’s Child) Herself, Intimate Portrait: Destiny’s Child (also known as ⬙Destiny’s Child,⬙ Intimate Portrait), Lifetime, 2001. (With Destiny’s Child) Herself, ⬙Joan Rivers,⬙ The E! True Hollywood Story (also known as Joan Rivers: The E! True Hollywood Story and THS), E! Entertainment Television, 2001. Sen kvaell med Luuk, TV4, 2001. 17

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Most Unforgettable SNL Moments), E! Entertainment Television, 2004. (With Destiny’s Child) Herself, The National Lottery: Wright around the World, BBC, 2004. Herself, On–Air with Ryan Seacrest, syndicated, multiple episodes in 2004. (With Destiny’s Child) Herself, 20/20 (also known as ABC News 20/20), ABC, 2004. Herself, ⬙Destiny’s Child II: Encore!,⬙ Diary, MTV, 2005. (In archive footage) Herself, ⬙The Hilton Sisters,⬙ The E! True Hollywood Story (also known as The Hilton Sisters: The E! True Hollywood Story and THS), E! Entertainment Television, 2005. (In archive footage) Herself, 101 Sexiest Celebrity Bodies (also known as E’s ⬙101,⬙ 101 Most ѧ, and 101 Sexiest Celebrity Bodies), E! Entertainment Television, 2005. (And in archive footage) Herself, 106 and Park Top 10 Live (also known as 106 and Park, 106 & Park, and 106 & Park Top 10 Live), Black Entertainment Television, with Destiny’s Child, 2005, 2006, as herself, 2007. (Sometimes with Destiny’s Child or credited as Beyonce; in archive footage) Herself, Video on Trial (also known as V.O.T.), MuchMusic, 2005, 2006, 2007. Herself, ⬙Beyonce [email protected],⬙ [email protected], MuchMusic, 2006. Herself, ⬙The Making of ⬘Dreamgirls,’⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2006. Herself, BBC News 24 (also known as BBC News and BBC News Channel), BBC, 2006. Herself, Children in Need, BBC, 2006. Herself, Strictly Come Dancing (also known as Strictly), BBC, 2006. (In archive footage) Herself, Al rojo vivo con Maria Celeste (also known as Al rojo vivo), Telemundo, 2007. Herself, eTalk Daily (also known as eTalk and e–Talk Daily), CTV, multiple episodes in 2007. Herself, ⬙If She Can Make It Here ѧ,⬙ The City, MTV, 2008. (As Beyonce) Herself, ⬙608 Results,⬙ Strictly Come Dancing (also known as Strictly), BBC, 2008. Herself, Extra (also known as Extra: The Entertainment Magazine), syndicated, 2008. Herself, Star Academy (also known as Star Academy 2, Star Academy 3, Star Academy 4, Star Academy 5, Star Academy 6, Star Academy 7, and Star Academy 8), TF1, 2008. (As Beyonce) Herself, The X Factor, Independent Television, multiple episodes in 2008. Herself, Xpose, TV3 Television Network, 2008. Herself, ⬙Winner’s Story,⬙ The Xtra Factor, Independent Television 2, 2008. (In archive footage) Agent Foxxy Cleopatra, The O’Reilly Factor, Fox News Channel, 2008. Herself, Caia quem caia, Televisao Independente, c. 2008.

Appeared in other programs, including various news broadcasts. Performer in music videos which have appeared in programs, including Soul Train, syndicated. Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: Wetten, dass ѧ?, Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen, Oesterreichischer Rundfunk, and Schweizer Fernsehen, with Destiny’s Child, 2001, 2004, as Beyonce, 2007. Rove Live, Ten Network, 2001, 2005, 2007. (With Destiny’s Child) Revealed with Jules Asner (also known as Revealed), E! Entertainment Television, 2002. Star Boulevard, [Luxembourg], 2002. (With Destiny’s Child) Taff, ProSiebenSat.1, multiple episodes in 2002. Total Request Live (also known as Total Request with Carson Daly, TRL, and TRL Weekend), MTV, 2002, 2003, 2005. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, 2002, 2003, 2007. 18

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Boogie (also known as Boogie Listen, Boogie Update, Boogie Arhus, and Boogie lordag), Danmarks Radio, 2003. Pulse, [the Netherlands], 2003. V Graham Norton, Channel 4, 2003. Veronica Vibes, Veronica, 2003. (Sometimes credited as Beyonce) The Oprah Winfrey Show (also known as Oprah and Oprah Winfrey Show), syndicated, multiple episodes, sometimes with Destiny’s Child, beginning 2003. The Wayne Brady Show, syndicated, 2003, 2004. ⬙Suomi–filmin parhaat mokat,⬙ 4Pop, Nelonen, 2004. (With Destiny’s Child) GMTV (also known as GMTV Today), Independent Television, 2004. Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, Independent Television, with Destiny’s Child, 2004, as Beyonce, 2006. The View, ABC, with Destiny’s Child, 2004, as Beyonce, multiple episodes, beginning 2006. (With Destiny’s Child) Jimmy Kimmel Live! (also known as The Jimmy Kimmel Project), ABC, 2005. (And in archive footage) Corazon de ѧ, Television Espanola, 2005, 2007. (As Beyonce) ⬙Beyonce Bares All,⬙ The Tyra Banks Show (also known as Tyra), syndicated, 2006. Getaway (also known as United Travel Getaway), Nine Network, 2006. Live with Regis and Kelly (also known as Live! with Regis and Kelly), syndicated, 2006. The Sharon Osbourne Show (also known as Sharon), syndicated, 2006. (Sometimes credited as Beyonce) Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (also known as Ellen and The Ellen DeGeneres Show), syndicated, multiple episodes, beginning 2006. (Sometimes credited as Beyonce) Late Show with David Letterman (also known as The Late Show, Late Show Backstage, and Letterman), CBS, multiple episodes, beginning 2006. ⬙Beyonce Knowles,⬙ Style Star, Style Network, 2007. (As Beyonce) ⬙Me, Me, Me ѧ and Beyonce,⬙ This Is David Gest (also known as The David Gest Show), Independent Television, 2007. Film 2007 (also known as Film of the Year and The Film Programme), BBC, 2007. TRL Italy (also known as Total Request Live and TRL Italia), MTV Italy, 2007. Up Close with Carrie Keagan, 2007. Today (also known as NBC News Today and The Today Show), NBC, multiple episodes, beginning 2007. (As Beyonce) ⬙Beyonce,⬙ The Tyra Banks Show (also known as Tyra), syndicated, 2008. The Early Show, CBS, 2008. Le grand journal de Canal+, Canal+, 2008. Nyhetsmorgon, TV4 Sweden, 2008. (As Beyonce) ⬙Beyonce!,⬙ Larry King Live, Cable News Network, 2009. (In archive footage) Herself, The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 2009.

Television Work; Series: (With Solange Knowles and Destiny’s Child) Performer of theme song, The Proud Family (animated), The Disney Channel, 2001–2005. Television Work; Specials: Executive producer, show stager, and stage director, The Beyonce Experience, Black Entertainment Television, 2007. Stage Appearances: Fashion for Relief (benefit for AmeriCares), 2005. Performer in other benefits. Solo performer and performer with Destiny’s Child in several venues around the world. RECORDINGS Albums; as Beyonce; Performer and Producer: Dangerously in Love, Columbia, 2003. Maximum Beyonce, Chrome Dreams, 2003. Speak My Mind, 2005. B’Day, Columbia, 2006. Collector’s Box (box set; also known as Beyonce Collector’s Box), Chrome Dreams, 2006. Trace of Beyonce: Artiste Legend, 2006. B’Day Anthology Video Album (video album), Columbia, 2007. The Beyonce Experience Live: Instrumentals, Music World, 2008. Beyonce: The Lowdown (also known as The Lowdown Unauthorized), Chrome/Video Music, Inc., 2008. Dangerously in Love/Live at Wembley Documentary (CD and DVD), Columbia, 2008. I Am ѧ Sasha Fierce, Columbia, 2008, deluxe edition released, Music World Music/Columbia, 2008. Beyonce—I Am ѧ Yours: An Intimate Performance at Wynn Las Vegas (CD and DVD), Sony, 2009. Knowles’s solo material and material with Destiny’s Child has appeared in other recordings, including imported recordings from different countries. Albums; with Destiny’s Child: Destiny’s Child, Columbia, 1996. The Writing’s on the Wall, Columbia, 1999. 8 Days of Christmas, Columbia, 2001. Survivor, Columbia, 2001. This Is the Remix, Sony, 2002. Destiny Fulfilled, Columbia, 2004. Number Ones, Columbia, 2005. 19

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Albums; Soundtrack Albums; with Others: Austin Powers in Goldmember, Maverick, 2002. Dreamgirls, Sony, 2006, other editions also released. Cadillac Records, Sony, 2008. Musical Tracks; with Others: (With Stevie Wonder) ⬙So Amazing,⬙ So Amazing: An All Star Tribute to Luther Vandross, J Records, 2005. (With Lady Gaga) ⬙Telephone,⬙ The Fame Monster, 2009, deluxe edition, 2009. Contributor to recordings by other artists. Singles: ⬙Crazy in Love⬙ (DVD single), 2003. ⬙Summertime,⬙ Sony, 2003. ⬙Get Me Bodied⬙ (ringle, a single and ringtone), Sony, 2007. ⬙If I Were a Boy⬙/⬙Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It),⬙ Sony/ BMG, 2008.

Music Videos; with Others: Amil, ⬙I Got That,⬙ 2000. Jay–Z, ⬙Izzo (H.O.V.A.),⬙ 2001. Jay–Z, ⬙Dirt Off My Shoulder,⬙ 2003.

Singles and Music Videos; Sometimes Credited as Beyonce: (With Case) ⬙Happily Ever After,⬙ 1999. ⬙Work It Out,⬙ 2002. ⬙Baby Boy,⬙ featuring Sean Paul, 2003. (With Luther Vandross) ⬙The Closer I Get to You,⬙ 2003. ⬙Crazy in Love,⬙ featuring Jay–Z, 2003. (With Missy Elliott) ⬙Fighting Temptations,⬙ 2003. ⬙Me, Myself and I,⬙ 2003. (With Jay–Z) ⬙03 Bonnie & Clyde,⬙ 2003. (With Luther Vandross) ⬙Dance with My Father,⬙ c. 2003. ⬙Naughty Girl⬙ (first version), 2004. ⬙Naughty Girl⬙ (second version; live at Wembley), 2004. ⬙Check on It,⬙ featuring Slim Thug, 2005. ⬙Deja Vu,⬙ featuring Jay–Z, 2006. ⬙Irreplaceable,⬙ 2006. (With others) ⬙Listen,⬙ 2006. ⬙Ring the Alarm,⬙ 2006. ⬙Wishing on a Star,⬙ c. 2006. (With Shakira) ⬙Beautiful Liar,⬙ 2007. ⬙Upgrade U,⬙ 2007. ⬙Halo,⬙ 2008. ⬙If I Were a Boy,⬙ 2008. ⬙Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It),⬙ 2008. ⬙Sweet Dream,⬙ 2009.

Video Appearances; Documentaries; as Herself: The World of Austin Powers (short film), Organa West, 2002. Building the Dream, DreamWorks Home Entertainment, 2007. Playing Chess: The Making of Cadillac Records (short film), Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2009. Video Appearances; as Herself; as Beyonce: Beyonce: Unauthorized (documentary; also known as Unauthorized), Visionary Entertainment, 2003. Beyonce: Live at Wembley Documentary (documentary; also known as Live at Wembley), 3DD Entertainment, 2004. B’Day Anthology Video Album (video album), Columbia, 2007. The Beyonce Experience: Live (also known as Experience), Splinter Films/Anonymous Content, 2007. Dangerously in Love/Live at Wembley Documentary (DVD and CD), Columbia, 2008. Beyonce—I Am ѧ Yours: An Intimate Performance at Wynn Las Vegas (DVD and CD), Sony, 2009. Three Days in Cannes (short film), DreamWorks Home Entertainment, 2009.

Singles and Music Videos; with Destiny’s Child: ⬙No, No, No (Part 1),⬙ 1998. Silkk the Shocker featuring Destiny’s Child, ⬙Just ⬘B’ Straight⬙ (second version), 1998. ⬙With Me (Part 1),⬙ featuring Jermaine Dupri, c. 1998. ⬙Bills, Bills, Bills,⬙ 1999. ⬙Bug–a–Boo⬙ (first version), 1999. ⬙Bug–a–Boo⬙ (second version; remix), 1999.

Video Appearances; as Herself, with Destiny’s Child: Destiny’s Child: A Family Affair, 2006. Destiny’s Child: Live in Atlanta, 2006. Video Executive Producer; as Beyonce: The Beyonce Experience: Live (also known as Experience), Splinter Films/Anonymous Content, 2007. 20

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BEYONCÉ Albums; as Beyonce: Dangerously in Love, Columbia, 2003. Maximum Beyonce, Chrome Dreams, 2003. Speak My Mind, 2005. B’Day, Columbia, 2006. Collector’s Box (box set; also known as Beyonce Collector’s Box), Chrome Dreams, 2006. Trace of Beyonce: Artiste Legend, 2006. B’Day Anthology Video Album (video album), Columbia, 2007. The Beyonce Experience Live: Instrumentals, Music World, 2008. Beyonce: The Lowdown (also known as The Lowdown Unauthorized), Chrome/Video Music, Inc., 2008. Dangerously in Love/Live at Wembley Documentary (CD and DVD), Columbia, 2008. I Am ѧ Sasha Fierce, Columbia, 2008, deluxe edition released, Music World Music/Columbia, 2008. Beyonce—I Am ѧ Yours: An Intimate Performance at Wynn Las Vegas (CD and DVD), Sony, 2009.

Video Games: (With Destiny’s Child) Herself (performer of song ⬙Survivor⬙), SingStar Party, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, 2004. Herself (performer of song ⬙Irreplaceable⬙), Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol Encore, Konami Digital Entertainment America, 2008. WRITINGS Film Songs: ⬙After All Is Said and Done,⬙ The Best Man, Universal, 1999. ⬙Dot⬙ and ⬙Independent Women Part I,⬙ Charlie’s Angels (also known as Charlie’s Angels: The Movie and 3 Engel fuer Charlie), Columbia, 2000. ⬙Perfect Man,⬙ Romeo Must Die, Warner Bros., 2000. ⬙Solo Star,⬙ Osmosis Jones (live action and animated; also known as Bacteria Wars), Warner Bros., 2001. (With others) ⬙Thinking about You,⬙ Scooby–Doo (also known as Scooby Doo), Warner Bros., 2002. ⬙Work It Out,⬙ Austin Powers in Goldmember (also known as Austin Powers: Goldmember, Austin Powers: Never Say Member Again, Austin Powers 3, Austinpussy, Goldmember, The Next Installment of Austin Powers, and The Third Installment of Austin Powers), New Line Cinema, 2002. (With others) ⬙I Know,⬙ The Fighting Temptations, Paramount, 2003. (With others) ⬙Keep Giving Your Love to Me,⬙ Bad Boys II (also known as Bad around the World, Bad Boys: 2 Bad, Bad Boys 2, and Good Cops: Bad Boys II), Columbia, 2003. (With others) ⬙Check on It⬙ and ⬙A Woman Like Me,⬙ The Pink Panther (also known as The Birth of the Pink Panther and The Mask of the Pink Panther), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2006. (With others) ⬙Listen,⬙ Dreamgirls (musical; also known as Dream Girls), DreamWorks/Paramount, 2006. (With others) ⬙Once in a Lifetime,⬙ Cadillac Records (also known as Cadillac Rock), TriStar, 2008. ⬙Smash into You,⬙ Obsessed (also known as Oh No She Didn’t), Screen Gems, 2009.

Knowles’s solo material and material with Destiny’s Child has appeared in other recordings, including imported recordings from different countries. Albums; with Destiny’s Child: Destiny’s Child, Columbia, 1996. The Writing’s on the Wall, Columbia, 1999. 8 Days of Christmas, Columbia, 2001. Survivor, Columbia, 2001. This Is the Remix, Sony, 2002. Destiny Fulfilled, Columbia, 2004. Number Ones, Columbia, 2005. Albums; Soundtrack Albums; with Others: Austin Powers in Goldmember, Maverick, 2002. Dreamgirls, Sony, 2006, other editions also released. Cadillac Records, Sony, 2008. Singles; Sometimes Credited as Beyonce: ⬙Work It Out,⬙ 2002. ⬙Baby Boy,⬙ featuring Sean Paul, 2003. (With Luther Vandross) ⬙The Closer I Get to You,⬙ 2003. ⬙Crazy in Love,⬙ featuring Jay–Z, 2003. ⬙Crazy in Love⬙ (DVD single), 2003. (With Missy Elliott) ⬙Fighting Temptations,⬙ 2003. ⬙Me, Myself and I,⬙ 2003. ⬙Summertime,⬙ Sony, 2003. ⬙Naughty Girl⬙ (first version), 2004. ⬙Naughty Girl⬙ (second version; live at Wembley), 2004. ⬙Check on It,⬙ featuring Slim Thug, 2005. ⬙Deja Vu,⬙ featuring Jay–Z, 2006. (With others) ⬙Listen,⬙ 2006. ⬙Ring the Alarm,⬙ 2006. ⬙Wishing on a Star,⬙ c. 2006. (With Shakira) ⬙Beautiful Liar,⬙ 2007.

As a solo artist and with Destiny’s Child, wrote material that has appeared in films, television programs, stage productions, videos, and other productions. Television Songs; Specials: Beyonce—I Am ѧ Yours (related to the DVD and CD set Beyonce—I Am ѧ Yours: An Intimate Performance at Wynn Las Vegas), ABC, 2009. Teleplays; Ideas for Specials: The Beyonce Experience, Black Entertainment Television, 2007. 21

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⬙Get Me Bodied⬙ (ringle, a single and ringtone), Sony, 2007. ⬙Upgrade U,⬙ 2007. ⬙If I Were a Boy,⬙ 2008. ⬙If I Were a Boy⬙/⬙Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It),⬙ Sony/ BMG, 2008. ⬙Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It),⬙ 2008. ⬙Sweet Dream,⬙ 2009.

Video Game Music: (With Destiny’s Child) ⬙Survivor,⬙ SingStar Party, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, 2004.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Black Biography, Volume 39, Gale, 2003, Volume 70, Gale, 2009. Contemporary Musicians, Volume 60, Gale, 2007. Newsmakers, issue 3, Gale, 2009. Who’s Who among African Americans, 23rd edition, Gale, 2009.

Singles and Music Videos; with Destiny’s Child: ⬙No, No, No (Part 1),⬙ 1998. Silkk the Shocker featuring Destiny’s Child, ⬙Just ⬘B’ Straight⬙ (second version), 1998. ⬙With Me (Part 1),⬙ featuring Jermaine Dupri, c. 1998. ⬙Bills, Bills, Bills,⬙ 1999. ⬙Bug–a–Boo⬙ (first version), 1999. ⬙Bug–a–Boo⬙ (second version; remix), 1999. ⬙Get on the Bus,⬙ 1999. ⬙No, No, No (Part 2),⬙ 1999. ⬙Say My Name,⬙ c. 1999. ⬙Say My Name⬙ (multimedia single), c. 1999. ⬙Jumpin’, Jumpin’⬙ (first version), 2000. ⬙Jumpin’, Jumpin’⬙ (second version; remix), featuring Jermaine Dupri, Da Brat, and Lil’ Bow Bow, 2000. ⬙Bootylicious⬙ (first version), 2001. ⬙Bootylicious⬙ (second version; Rockwilder remix), featuring Missy Elliott, 2001. ⬙8 Days of Christmas,⬙ 2001. ⬙Emotion,⬙ 2001. ⬙Survivor⬙ (first version), 2001. ⬙Survivor⬙ (second version; remix), featuring Da Brat, 2001. ⬙Lose My Breath,⬙ 2004. ⬙Cater 2 U,⬙ 2005. ⬙Girl,⬙ 2005. ⬙Soldier,⬙ featuring T. I. and Lil’ Wayne, 2005. ⬙Stand Up for Love,⬙ 2005.

Periodicals: Black Men, April, 2001, pp. 28–29, 86. Blender, October, 2006. Chicago Tribune, January 8, 2009. Contra Costa Times, November 11, 2008; November 17, 2008; February 6, 2009. Current Biography, August, 2001, pp. 27–31. Entertainment Weekly, May 30, 2003, pp. 34–36; December 29, 2006, pp. 60–61; March 27, 2009, p. 57. Forbes, June 22, 2009, p. 80. Interview, August, 2001, p. 84. Jet, December 24, 2001, p. 16; June 24, 2002, p. 38; May 12, 2008, p. 31. Maxim, August, 2002, pp. 102–06, 108, 110, 112. Movieline, July, 2002, pp. 48–53, 91. Newsday, April, 2008. Newsweek, July 29, 2002, p. 52. Parade, December 17, 2007, pp. 4–5. People Weekly, May 14, 2001, p. 152; August 12, 2002, p. 75; October 21, 2002; March 16, 2004. Premiere, August, 2002, p. 29. San Jose Mercury News, December 4, 2008. Teen, March, 2001, p. 56. Teen People, January, 2001, pp. 16–17; March, 2001, pp. 104–10; May, 2001, p. 108. TV Guide, June 14, 2003, p. 12. USA Today, April 3, 2009, p. 9D. USA Weekend, December 5, 2009, pp. 6, 7. US Weekly, July 20, 2002, pp. 50–51; March 17, 2003. Vanity Fair, November, 2005. Vibe, September, 2002. Woman’s World, October 31, 2006, pp. 20–21.

Video Music; as Beyonce: Beyonce: Unauthorized (documentary; also known as Unauthorized), Visionary Entertainment, 2003. Beyonce: Live at Wembley Documentary (documentary; also known as Live at Wembley), 3DD Entertainment, 2004. B’Day Anthology Video Album (video album), Columbia, 2007. The Beyonce Experience: Live (also known as Experience), Splinter Films/Anonymous Content, 2007. Dangerously in Love/Live at Wembley Documentary (DVD and CD), Columbia, 2008. Beyonce—I Am ѧ Yours: An Intimate Performance at Wynn Las Vegas (DVD and CD), Sony, 2009.

Electronic: Destiny’s Child, http://www.destinyschild.com, August 23, 2009. The Official Beyonce Site, http://www.beyonceonline. com, August 23, 2009.

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BLU Addresses: Office—Blupka Productions, Inc., 13223 Ventura Blvd., Suite G, Studio City, CA 91604. Agent— Danis Panaro Nist, 9201 W. Olympic Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

BISHOP, Joey 1918–2007 PERSONAL

Career: Actress, voice artist, voice director, and writer. Blupka Productions, Inc., Studio City, CA, presenter of voiceover workshops; performer in solo shows in Los Angeles and New York City; performer in commercials and promotional announcements, including work for Ford trucks, 2002. Casting director for films and television programs featuring voice actors. Teacher of voiceover acting. Appeared at conventions.

Original name, Joseph Abraham Gottlieb; born February 3, 1918, in Bronx, NY; died October 17, 2007, in Newport, CA. Comedian, actor, and television host. A quick-witted comic with a penchant for adlibbing, Joey Bishop rose to stardom in the early 1960s as a member of Frank Sinatra’s Rat Pack, a group of entertainers that also included Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Peter Lawford. Drawn to performance from an early age, Bishop dropped out of high school to join a three-man music and comedy act called the Bishop Brothers, which disbanded when the members were drafted to serve in World War II. Following the war, Bishop began to make a name for himself as a solo comedian, working the nightclubs and appearing on television shows such as What’s My Line? By 1960 Bishop was part of the Rat Pack sensation, headlining Las Vegas nightclubs and starring in the movie Ocean’s Eleven. In 1962 the Rat Pack filmed another movie, Sergeants 3. In addition to his films with the Rat Pack, Bishop also appeared in The Naked and the Dead, Valley of the Dolls, and The Delta Force. In 1961 Bishop launched a television sitcom called The Joey Bishop Show, which ran for three years on NBC. It moved to CBS in 1964 and was canceled the following year. On ABC in 1967, Bishop debuted a late-night talk show version of The Joey Bishop Show. In the 1970s Bishop returned to the nightclub circuit and continued to make guest appearances on TV variety shows, also standing in regularly for Johnny Carson as host on The Tonight Show. In 1981 he filled in for Mickey Rooney for four weeks in a Broadway production titled Sugar Babies. A biography of Bishop, Mouse in the Rat Pack, was written by Michael Seth Starr and published in 2002.

Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, outstanding dialogue director for an animated series, 1995, for The Tick; Daytime Emmy Award (with others), outstanding special class animated program, 1999, for Roughnecks: The Starship Troopers Chronicles; Daytime Emmy Award nominations (with others), outstanding children’s animated program, 2001, 2002 and 2003, for Clifford the Big Red Dog; Daytime Emmy Award nominations (with others), outstanding children’s animated program, 2007 and 2009, for Curious George. CREDITS Television Appearances; Animated Series: Voice of Kim, ⬙Fangface,⬙ The Plasticman Comedy/ Adventure Show, ABC, 1979–81, CBS, 1983–84. Voices, Monchhichis, CBS, 1983–84. Voice of Granny Smurf, The Smurfs (also known as Smurfs’ Adventures), NBC, 1984–90. Voices of Arcee, Beta, and Marissa Faireborn, Transformers (also known as The Transformers, Transformers: 2010, and Tatakae! Cho robot seimeitai Transformers), syndicated, 1985. Voices, The Jetsons, syndicated, 1985 and 1987. Voice of Bree, G.I. Joe: A Great American Hero (also known as G.I. Joe), syndicated, 1985 and 1990–92. Voice of Flim Flam, The 13 Ghosts of Scooby–Doo, ABC, 1985–86. Voices of Belfrey the Bat, Futura, and Jessica, Ghostbusters, syndicated, 1986–87. Voice of Brutus, Wildfire, CBS, 1986–87. Voices of Lindsay Pierce, Mary Phillips, and Stormer, Jem! (also known as Jem and the Holograms), syndicated, 1986–87. Voices, Lazer Tag Academy, NBC, 1986–87. Voice of Aimee Brightower, Galaxy High School, CBS, 1986–88. Voice of Lofty, My Little Pony and Friends, syndicated, 1986–90. Voice of Galadria, Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light, beginning in 1987. Voice of Judge J. B., BraveStarr, syndicated, 1987–88.

PERIODICALS Independent, October 20, 2007. New York Times, October 19, 2007. Variety, October 22, 2007. Washington Post, October 19, 2007.

BLU, Susan (Sue Blu, Susan Blue) PERSONAL Born in St. Paul, MN. Education: Attended Stephens College, Columbia, MO. 23

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Voice of Reggie the Heggie, Animal Crack–Ups, ABC, 1987–90. Voice of Princess Paw Paw, The Paw Paws, syndicated, 1988. Voice of Granny Smurf, Smurfs (also known as Smurfs Adventures), 1988–89. Voices, Gravedale High (also known as Rick Moranis in Gravedale High), NBC, 1990–91. Voices, Jin Jin, beginning in 1992. Recurring roles, The Magic School Bus (also known as Scholastic’s ⬙The Magic School Bus⬙), PBS, 1994–95. Street Fighter: The Animated Series, 1995. Vortech: Undercover Conversion Squad, 1996. Wing Commander Academy, 1996. Voice of Zoran, Astro Boy tetsuwan atomu (also known as Astro Boy), Sony, 2003.

Also appeared as voice, Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?, PBS. Television Appearances; Episodic; Animated Series: Super Sunday, syndicated, 1985. The New Jetsons, syndicated, 1985. Voice of Karen Fishook, ⬙Hoist Goes Hollywood,⬙ Transformers (also known as Super God Robot Force, Tatakae! Ch robot seimeitai Transformer, The Transformers, Transformer 2010, and Transformers: Generation 1), 1985. Voice of Dolly, Foofur, NBC, 1986. Voice of Arcee, ⬙The Five Faces of Darkness: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Transformers (also known as Super God Robot Force, Tatakae! Cho robot seimeitai Transformer, The Transformers, Transformer 2010, and Transformers: Generation 1), 1986. Voice of Arcee/Michelle, ⬙Only Human,⬙ Transformers (also known as Super God Robot Force, Tatakae! Cho robot seimeitai Transformer, The Transformers, Transformer 2010, and Transformers: Generation 1), 1986. Voice of Dreamchip Gemstone, The Flintstone Kids, ABC, 1986. Voice, ⬙Horse Scents,⬙ Duck Tales, ABC and syndicated, 1987. Voice of Hiccup, The Little Clowns of Happy Town, ABC, 1987. Voices of female guard and television reporter, ⬙A Fly in the Ointment,⬙ Chip ⬘n Dale Rescue Rangers, syndicated, 1990. Voice of first weasel, ⬙Bart the General,⬙ The Simpsons, Fox, 1990. Voices of Howie the champ and Ralph, ⬙Moaning Lisa,⬙ The Simpsons, Fox, 1990. Voice of Mrs. Featherby, ⬙Blue Collar Scrooge,⬙ DuckTales (also known as Disney’s ⬙DuckTales⬙), ABC, 1990. ⬙The Duck Who Knew Too Much,⬙ DuckTales (also known as Disney’s ⬙DuckTales⬙), ABC, 1990. Voice of Sphinx, ⬙Sawdust and Toonsil,⬙ Tiny Toon Adventures, syndicated, 1990. Voice, Tom and Jerry Kids Show, Fox, 1990. Voice, James Bond, Jr., syndicated, 1991. Voice, Spacecats, NBC, 1991. Voice of Sphinxy, ⬙Sports Shorts,⬙ Tiny Toon Adventures, Fox and syndicated, 1992. Voice, Madeline, Fox, 1993. Voice of Sprytle, New Adventures of Speed Racer, syndicated, 1993. Voice of Mom, ⬙The Switching Hour,⬙ Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, 1994. Voice, ⬙Killjoys,⬙ Extreme Ghostbusters, syndicated, 1997.

Television Appearances; Animated Movies: Voice of Jazz, Star Fairies, 1985. The GLO Friends Save Christmas, 1985. Voice of Buzzy/little cowgirl/swamp fox girl/girl/swamp fox kid number two, Yogi’s Great Escape, 1987. Voice of Sibella Dracula, Scooby–Doo and the Ghoul School, syndicated, 1988. Voice of Swamp Fox girl and little cowgirl, Yogi’s Great Escape, syndicated, 1988. Voice of Walla, The Hard Truth, HBO, 1994. Television Appearances; Animated Specials: Voice of title character, Stanley, the Ugly Duckling, ABC, 1982. Voice of Nastina, Rose Petal Place, syndicated, 1984. (As Sue Blu) Voice of Pansy, Smurfily Ever After, NBC, 1985. (As Sue Blu) Voices of Bink and Tippi, Fluppy Dogs (also known as Disney’s Fluppy Dogs), ABC, 1986. Voice, The Wish That Changed Christmas, CBS, 1991. Voice of Chicken Little, Cap’n O. G. Readmore Meets Chicken Little, ABC, 1992. Voice of Grandma Spankenheimer, Grandma Got Run over by a Reindeer, The WB, 2000. Television Appearances; Episodic: Lover Girl, ⬙Eighteen Hours of Fear,⬙ Kojak, CBS, 1974. Girl, ⬙The Lie,⬙ The Waltons, CBS, 1975. Sandra, ⬙Will the Real Jack Tripper ѧ,⬙ Three’s Company, ABC, 1978. Sally, ⬙The Skeleton Who Came Out of the Closet,⬙ Simon & Simon, CBS, 1983. Doctor’s receptionist, ⬙The Disappearance of Harry the Hat,⬙ Simon & Simon, CBS, 1984. Receptionist, ⬙Playing God: Part 2,⬙ St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1984. Mary, ⬙Sky Knight,⬙ Knight Rider, NBC, 1985. Second customer, ⬙Out with the New, Inn with the Old,⬙ Newhart, CBS, 1985. 24

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BLU The New Adventures of He–Man (also known as Il nuovo viaggio di musclor), syndicated, beginning in 1990. (As Sue Blu) The Wizard of Oz, ABC, beginning in 1990. Spacecats (live action and animated), NBC, 1991–92. Where’s Waldo? (also known as Where’s Wally?), CBS, 1991–92. James Bond, Jr., syndicated, beginning in 1991. Toxic Crusaders, syndicated, beginning in 1991. The All–New Dennis the Menace, CBS, beginning in 1993. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (also known as Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Series), syndicated, 1993–96. Skeleton Warriors, CBS, beginning in 1994. The Magic School Bus (also known as Scholastic’s The Magic School Bus), PBS, 1994–96. The Adventures of Hyperman, CBS, beginning in 1995. G. I. Joe: Extreme, syndicated, beginning in 1995. Felix, CBS, 1995–96. The Tick, Fox, 1995–96. Beast Wars: Transformers (also known as Beasties, Beasties: Transformers, Beast Wars, and Transformers: Beast Wars), Fox and syndicated, beginning in 1996. Jumanji, UPN, beginning in 1996. Richie Rich, syndicated, beginning in 1996. Extreme Ghostbusters, syndicated, beginning in 1997. Men in Black: The Series, The WB, beginning in 1997. Zorro, syndicated, 1997. Godzilla: The Series, Fox, beginning in 1998. Invasion America, The WB, beginning in 1998. Beast Machines: Transformers (also known as Beast Machines: Battle for the Sparks), Fox, beginning in 1999. Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot, Fox, beginning in 1999. Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths & Legends, beginning in 1999. Roughnecks: The Starship Troopers Chronicles (also known as Starship Troopers: The Series), syndicated, beginning in 1999. Stone Protectors, syndicated, beginning in 1999. Clifford the Big Red Dog (also known as Scholastic Clifford), PBS, beginning in 2000. Jackie Chan Adventures, The WB, beginning in 2000. Kong: The Animated Series, Fox, beginning in 2000. Max Steel, The WB, beginning in 2000. The Mummy: The Animated Series (also known as The Mummy and The Mummy: Secrets of the Medja), The WB, beginning in 2001. Ultimate Book of Spells, YTV, beginning in 2001. Cyberchase, PBS, beginning in 2002. Spider–Man, MTV, beginning in 2002.

Voice for episodes of animated series, including ⬙Millady the Horse Episode,⬙ Duck Tales, ABC and syndicated; voice of Phluma, My Little Pony and Friends, syndicated; and voice of Suffra–Jet, The Tick, Fox. Provided voices for other animated programs, including Droopy, Master Detective, Fox; Fantastic Max; and The Pink Panther and Sons, NBC and ABC; provided the voice of Jazz, The Star Fairies; and Reggie the Heggie, ⬙Animal Crack–Ups,⬙ Animal Crack–Ups; ⬙The Elves and the Shoemaker,⬙ Timeless Tales from Hallmark. Television Appearances; Pilots: Midge, The Archie Situation Comedy Musical Variety Show, ABC, 1978. Gabrielle Jackson, The Wild Wild West Revisited, CBS, 1979. Midge, Archie, ABC, 1979.

Television Voice Director; Animated Specials: Kingdom Chums, ABC, 1989. New Kids on the Block Christmas Special, ABC, 1990.

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Planet of the Turtleoids, CBS, 1991. The Wish That Changed Christmas, CBS, 1991. The Kingdom Chums: Original Top Ten, ABC, 1992. The Secret Garden, ABC, 1994. Jirimpimbira: An African Folk Tale, ABC, 1995. Corduroy, 1996. The Magic School Bus Family Holiday Special, PBS, 1996. The Tick Loves Santa!, Fox, 1996. Night of the Headless Horseman, Fox, 1999. Television Additional Voices; Series: Scooby and Scrappy–Doo, ABC, 1979. The Incredible Hulk (also known as The All New Incredible Hulk), NBC, 1982. The Bionic Six, syndicated, 1987. The Toxic Crusaders, syndicated, 1991. Where’s Waldo? (also known as Where’s Wally?), CBS, 1991–92. Invasion America, 1998.

Film Voice Director: The Little Orphan Annie Christmas Special, 1995. Buster & Chauncey’s Silent Night, Columbia/TriStar Home Video, 1998. The Land before Time VI: The Secret of Saurus Rock, Universal Studios Home Video, 1998. The Land before Time VII: The Stone of Cold Fire, Universal Studios Home Video, 2000. The Life & Adventures of Santa Claus, Universal Studios Home Video, 2000.

Provided additional voices for the series The Flintstone Kids, ABC; The Jetsons, ABC, CBS, NBC, and syndicated; The Little Clowns of Happy Town, ABC; Scooby– Doo, Where Are You?, CBS; and Transformers (also known as The Transformers, Transformers: 2010, and Tatakae! Cho robot seimeitai Transformers), syndicated.

Stage Work; Major Tours: Toured in productions of The Boyfriend, The Desert Song, and The Unsinkable Molly Brown. RECORDINGS

Television Director; Series: StreetFighter: The Animated Series (animated), USA Network, 1995–96. Clifford the Big Red Dog (animated), PBS, 2000.

Video Games: (As Susan Blue) Voice of Vikki, Army Men: Sarge’s Heroes, 3DO, 1999. Voice of Vikki, Army Men: Sarge’s Heroes 2, 3DO, 2000. Voices of Vikki and Bombshell, Army Men: Air Attack 2, 2DO, 2000. Voice of Vikki, Army Men: Air Combat—The Elite Missions, 3DO, 2003. Voice of Zoran, Denkou, Astro Boy: Tetsuwa atomu, Sega, 2003.

Dialogue editor for the animated series Dinobabies, syndicated. Film Appearances: Voice of Jennifer, Bigfoot and the Muscle Machines (animated), 1985. Voice of Arcee, The Transformers: The Movie (animated; also known as Matrix Forever, The Transformers, Transformers: Matrix yo eien ni, and Transformers the Movie: Mokushiroku Matrix yo eien ni), De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1986. Voices of Bushwoolie, Grundle, and Lofty, My Little Pony: The Movie (animated), De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1986. Voice of Arcee, Marissa Fairborne, Transformers: Five Faces of Darkness (animated), 1986. Voice of Judge J. B., BraveStarr: The Legend (animated), 1988. Mrs. Amanda Shepard, Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood, Paramount, 1988. Shirley, Deadly Weapon, 1989. Deadly Weapon, Empire Pictures, 1989. Voice of Jim Hawkins, The Adventures of Ronald McDonald: McTreasure Island (animated), 1989.

WRITINGS Nonfiction: (With Molly Ann Mullin) Word of Mouth: A Guide to Commercial Voice–over Excellence, Pomegranate Press, revised edition, 1992.

BOCQUET, Gavin 1953– PERSONAL Born July 23, 1953, in London, England. Education: Attended Newcastle Polytechnic; Royal College of Art, master of design degree, 1979. 26

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 Addresses: Agent—Skouras Agency, 1149 Third St., 3rd Floor, Santa Monica, CA 90403; McKinney McCartney Management Ltd., Gable House, 18–24 Turnham Green Terrace, London W4 1QP, England.

BONET Television Art Director; Miniseries: The Storyteller: Greek Myths, 1990, HBO, 1997. Television Production Designer; Episodic: ⬙Nothing But the Truth,⬙ Kavanagh QC, 1995. ⬙Heartland,⬙ Kavanagh QC, 1995. ⬙A Family Affair,⬙ Kavanagh QC, 1995. ⬙The Sweetest Thing,⬙ Kavanagh QC, 1995.

Career: Production designer and art director. Worked as art department drafter and assistant art director early in his career.

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Awards, Honors: Emmy Award, 1992, and Emmy Award nominations, 1993, 1994, all outstanding art direction for a miniseries or special (with others), for Young Indiana Jones Chronicles; Sierra Award nomination, best production design, Las Vegas Film Critics Society, 2000, for Star Wars: Episode I—The Phantom Menace; Satellite Award nomination (with Richard Roberts), outstanding art direction and production design, International Press Academy, 2005, for Star Wars: Episode III—Revenge of the Sith.

Video Production Designer: The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Adventures in the Secret Service, 1999. The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: The Phantom Train of Doom, 1999. The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Oganga, the Giver and Taker of Life, 1999. The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Spring Break Adventure, 1999. The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Masks of Evil, 1999. The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: The Trenches of Hell, 1999. The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Daredevils of the Desert, 1999. The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Journey of Radiance, Paramount, 1999. The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: The Perils of Cupid, Paramount, 2007. The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Passion for Life, Paramount, 2007. The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: My First Adventure, Paramount, 2007. The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Love’s Sweet Song, Universal, 2007. The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Demons of Deception, Universal, 2007. The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Espionage Escapades, Universal, 2007. The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Winds of Change, Paramount, 2008.

CREDITS Film Production Designer: Kafka, Miramax, 1991. Radioland Murders, Universal, 1994. Star Wars: Episode I—The Phantom Menace (also known as The Phantom Menace and Star Wars I: The Phantom Menace), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1999. The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle (also known as Die Abenteur von Rocky und Bullwinkle), Universal, 2000. xXx (also known as Triple X), Columbia, 2002. Star Wars: Episode II—Attack of the Clones (also known as Attack of the Clones, Attack of the Clones: The IMAX Experience, Star Wars: Episode II, Star Wars II, and Star Wars II: Attack of the Clones), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2003. xXx: State of the Union (also known as Cold Circle & the Intersection, xXx: The Next Level, and xXx2: The Next Level), Columbia, 2005. Star Wars: Episode III—Revenge of the Sith (also known as Revenge of the Sith, Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, and Star Wars III: Revenge of the Sith), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2005. Stardust, Paramount, 2007. The Bank Job, Lionsgate, 2008.

Video Appearances: xXx: A Filmmakers Diary, Columbia, 2003. Within a Minute: The Making of ⬙Episode III,⬙ Twentieth Century–Fox Home Entertainment, 2005.

Film Art Director: Dangerous Liaisons, Warner Bros., 1988. Erik the Viking (also known as Erik viking), Orion, 1989.

BONET, Lisa 1967– (Lisa Boney)

Television Production Designer; Series: Yellowthread Street, 1990. The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, ABC, 1992–93.

Original name, Lisa Michelle Bonet; according to some sources, name legally changed to Lilakoi Moon (sometimes spelled Liliquois Moon); born November

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NBC team member, Battle of the Network Stars XVIII, ABC, 1985. Night of 100 Stars II, ABC, 1985. Fast Copy, NBC, 1985. Motown Returns to the Apollo, NBC, 1985. Walt Disney World Celebrity Circus, NBC, 1987. Funny, You Don’t Look 200 (also known as Funny, You Don’t Look 200: A Constitutional Vaudeville), ABC, 1987. Our Common Future, Arts and Entertainment and syndicated, 1989. Time Warner Presents the Earth Day Special (also known as Earth Day Special), ABC, 1990. Host, Why Bother Voting?, PBS, 1992. Rock the Vote, Fox, 1992. (In archive footage) The Last Laugh: Memories of the Cosby Show, NBC, 1992. (In archive footage) The Cosby Kids: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 2001. (In archive footage) The Cosby Show: A Look Back, NBC, 2002. I Was a Network Star, 2006. (In archive footage) Denise Huxtable Kendall, The Cosby Show: 25th Anniversary Special, 2009.

Addresses: Agent—Tracy Christian, Don Buchwald and Associates, 6500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 2200, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Manager—Jillian Neal, Jillian Neal Management, 8455 Beverly Blvd., Suite 303, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Career: Actress and director. Appeared in commercials, beginning c. 1978. Awards, Honors: Youth in Film Award (now Young Artist Award) nominations, best young supporting actress in a television comedy series, 1985, and best young actress starring in a television series, 1986, Emmy Award nomination, best supporting actress in a comedy series, 1986, Youth in Film Award (with others), best young ensemble in a television comedy, drama series, or special, 1989, and TV Land Award nomination (with others), favorite singing siblings, 2006, all for The Cosby Show; Youth in Film Award nomination, best young actress starring in a new television comedy series, 1988, for A Different World; Youth in Film Award, best young female superstar in motion pictures, and Saturn Award nomination, best supporting actress, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, both 1988, for Angel Heart; Black Reel Award nomination, best supporting actress in a theatrical film, 2001, for High Fidelity.

Television Appearances; Episodic: (As Lisa Boney) Carla, ⬙Entrapment,⬙ St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1983. Justine, ⬙The Satanic Piano,⬙ Tales from the Dark Side, syndicated, 1985. Late Night with David Letterman, 1986. Ebony/Jet Showcase, 1990. ⬙Lenny Kravitz,⬙ Behind the Music (also known as VH1’s ⬙Behind the Music⬙), VH1, 1999. KTLA Morning News (also known as KTLA Morning Show), KTLA, 2006. (In archive footage) Denise Huxtable Kendall, La tele de tu vida, 2007.

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Also appeared as guest player, Body Language.

Television Appearances; Series: Denise Huxtable Kendall, The Cosby Show, NBC, 1984–88, 1989–91. Denise Huxtable, A Different World, NBC, 1987–88. Detective Maya Daniels, a recurring role, Life on Mars, ABC, 2008–2009.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 37th Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards, ABC, 1985. The ѧ Annual People’s Choice Awards, 1986, 1987.

Television Appearances; Movies: Lily, New Eden, Sci–Fi Channel, 1994. Heather LeLache, The Lathe of Heaven, Arts and Entertainment, 2002.

Television Appearances; Other: Denise Huxtable, A Different World (pilot), NBC, 1987. (In archive footage) 100 Greatest Teen Stars (miniseries), VH1, 2006.

Television Appearances; Specials: Carrie, ⬙Don’t Touch,⬙ The ABC Afterschool Special, ABC, 1985. Andy Williams and the NBC Kids Search for Santa, NBC, 1985.

Film Appearances: Epiphany Proudfoot, Angel Heart (also known as Aux portes de l’enfer), TriStar, 1987. Priscilla, Bank Robber, IRS Releasing, 1993. 28

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BRAIDWOOD Addresses: Agent—Lucas Talent, Inc., Sun Tower, 100 West Pender, 7th Floor, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 1R8, Canada.

Catherine Briggs, Dead Connection (also known as Final Combination and Lights Out), Gramercy, 1994. Rachel F. Banks, Enemy of the State, Buena Vista, 1998. Marie DeSalle, High Fidelity, Buena Vista, 2000. Queenie, Biker Boyz, DreamWorks, 2003. Mae Evans, Whitepaddy, Big Six Film, 2005. LaShandra, Cotton, Midget Entertainment/Noble Entertainment, 2010.

Career: Actor, director, and producer. Awards, Honors: Gemini Award (with Chris Haddock and Lynn Barr), best dramatic series, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 2000, for Da Vinci’s Inquest; Leo Award nomination, best direction in a youth or children’s program or series, Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Foundation of British Columbia, 2006, for ⬙Man Eating Chicken,⬙ Zixx: Level Two.

Film Director: Gentleman Who Fell, 1993. Waking Compton (short documentary), 2006. Stage Appearances: Night of 100 Stars II, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1985.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Lone Gunman Melvin Frohike, a recurring role, The X–Files, Fox, 1993–2002. Lone Gunman Melvin Frohike, The Lone Gunmen, Fox, 2001.

RECORDINGS Videos: Century of Black Cinema, Passport International Entertainment, 2003. The Making of ⬙Enemy of the State,⬙ Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2006.

Television Appearances; Movies: Court official, The Only Way Out, ABC, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: Melvin Frohike, Secrets of the X–Files, Part 1, Fox, 1995. Melvin Frohike, Secrets of the X–Files, Part 2, Fox, 1996. Inside the X–Files, Fox, 1998.

Director of the music videos ⬙Whatever It Takes⬙ by Gardner Cole, 1991, and ⬙Revelation Sunshine⬙ by Cree Summer. OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Episodic: Man in restroom, ⬙Chapel of Love,⬙ 21 Jump Street, 1988. ⬙Beneath the Pacific,⬙ Mom P.I., CBC, 1990. Motel manager, ⬙Stanley Caron,⬙ Cold Squad, CTV, 1998. Larry, ⬙Split Decision: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Viper, syndicated, 1999. Used car lot owner, ⬙The Capture,⬙ Da Vinci’s Inquest, CBC, 1999. Autopsy doctor, ⬙Will the Real Beck ѧ?,⬙ Whistler, CTV, The N, 2006. Coroner, ⬙Scratching the Surface,⬙ Whistler, CTV, The N, 2006.

Books: Contemporary Black Biography, Volume 58, Gale, 2007. Periodicals: Ebony, December, 1987, p. 150. Essence, February, 1990, p. 54. Interview, April, 1987, p. 42. People Weekly, March 16, 1987; November 17, 2008, p. 89. Seventeen, July, 1985, p. 73; April, 1987, p. 79.

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Television Producer; Series: Da Vinci’s Inquest, CBC, 1998–2000.

PERSONAL Television First Assistant Director; Series: Danger Bay, The Disney Channel, c. 1985–92. Mom P.I., CBC, 1990. Nightmare Cafe, NBC, 1992. The Hat Squad, CBS, 1992–93.

Born September 27, 1948, in British Columbia, Canada; son of Darrell and Barbara (maiden name, McGibbon) Braidwood; married; children: Kate (an actress), Jessica (a location scout and film crew member). 29

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The X–Files, Fox, 1993–98. Mercy Point, UPN, 1998–99.

Film Director: Backbone (short film), 1972.

Television Work; Series: (Second assistant director) Millennium, Fox, 1998–99. Zixx: Level Two, 2005. 49th and Main, 2006.

Film Producer: Deserters, Exile, 1983. Low Visibility, Noema, 1984. Kingsgate, 1989. The Portrait, 1992. Silence, 1997.

Also assistant director on 21 Jump Street, Fox and syndicated.

Film Assistant Director: The Skip Tracer (also known as Deadly Business), Highlights, 1979. Differences, 1986. Eyes of an Angel (also known as The Tender), 1991, released by LIVE Home Video, 1994. (Second unit) Freeway II: Confessions of a Trickbaby, Full Moon Entertainment, 1999. (First assistant) Exchange, 2003. (First assistant) Packing Up, 2004. (First assistant) Reverse, 2008. (First assistant) The X–Files: I Want to Believe (also known as The X–Files, The X–Files Movie, and X–Files: Je veux y croire), 2008.

Television Work; Movies: First assistant director, Moment of Truth: A Child Too Many, NBC, 1993. Production manager, The Only Way Out, ABC, 1993. Television Director; Episodic: (First assistant director) ⬙Fear and Loathing with Russell Buckins,⬙ 21 Jump Street, 1987. (First assistant director) ⬙Old Haunts in a New Age,⬙ 21 Jump Street, 1989. (First assistant director) ⬙By the Book,⬙ The Odyssey, 1992. (First assistant director) ⬙A Place Called Nowhere,⬙ The Odyssey, 1992. (First assistant director) ⬙Galileo & the Gypsies,⬙ The Odyssey, 1992. (First assistant director) ⬙The Brad Exchange,⬙ The Odyssey, 1993. (First assistant director) ⬙Welcome to the Tower,⬙ The Odyssey, 1993. (First assistant director) ⬙The Capture,⬙ Da Vinci’s Inquest, CBC, 1999. ⬙The Lottery,⬙ Da Vinci’s Inquest, CBC, 1999. (With Chris Haddock) ⬙A Nice Place in the Country,⬙ Da Vinci’s Inquest, CBC, 1999. ⬙Bring Back the Dead,⬙ Da Vinci’s Inquest, CBC, 2000. (With Chris Haddock) ⬙Reality,⬙ Da Vinci’s Inquest, CBC, 2000. ⬙Good Cop, Bad Cop,⬙ Tom Stone, CBC, 2002.

Film Production Manager: Walls, Jerico Films, 1984. My American Cousin, Spectrafilm, 1986. (Vancouver production manager) A Rustling of Leaves: Inside the Philippine Revolution, 1988. RECORDINGS Video Games: Lone Gunman Melvin Frohike, The X–Files Game (also known as The X–Files), Fox Interactive, 1998. Voice of Melvin Frohike, The X–Files: Resist or Serve, 2004. Videos: The X–Files: The Making of “The Truth”, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2004.

Film Appearances: Aspen storekeeper, Harry Tracy, Desperado (also known as Harry Tracy), Quartet Films, 1982. Wally, My American Cousin, Spectrafilm, 1986. The Movie Movie (also known as C’ est du cinema), 1986. Process server, The Portrait, 1992. Frohike, The X–Files: The Unopened File, 1996. Lone Gunman Melvin Frohike, The X–Files (also known as Blackwood, Fight the Future, X–Files: Blackwood, The X–Files: Fight the Future, and X–Files: The Movie), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998. Sam, Tilt, Starstruck Pictures, 1999. Inventing Grace, Touching Glory, Aspire, 2003. The nerd, Say Yes, Hybrid, 2005. Ed Sanders, Alien Trespass, Image, 2009. Sailorman, Messages Deleted, Waterfront, 2009.

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BULLOCH The Hostages, 1975. Ginger, The Littlest Horse Thieves (also known as Escape from the Dark), Buena Vista, 1977. Member of ship’s crew, The Spy Who Loved Me, United Artists, 1977. Jones, Deep Waters, 1978. Party guest, The Lady Vanishes, Group I/Rank, 1979. Boba Fett, The Empire Strikes Back (also known as Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back and Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1980. Smithers, Q’s assistant, For Your Eyes Only, United Artists, 1981. The Final Conflict (also known as The Omen 3), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1981. (As Jeremy Bullock) Boba Fett, The Return of the Jedi (also known as Blue Harvest, Revenge of the Jedi, Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, and Star Wars: Episode VI: Revenge of the Jedi), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1983. Smithers, Q’s assistant, Octopussy, United Artists, 1983. Small club owner, Swing Kids, Buena Vista, 1993. Himself, Millennium’s End: The Fandom Menace, Far Away Discourse Productions, 2000. Max, Advanced Warriors (interactive film), LightWorX CGI, 2001. Fett, Number One, Longing, Number Two, Regret, World on Fire Productions, 2002. Voice of Moon Base operative, The War of the Starfighters, 2003. Captain Colton, Star Wars: Episode III–Revenge of the Sith (also known as Revenge of the Sith, Star Wars III: Revenge of the Sith, and Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2005. Commander Marucs, Order of the Sith: Downfall, 2006. Hal the Archer, Changing Time, 2 Entertain Video, 2006. Voice of Sir Logan the Prowler, Night Traveler, Lunar Moth, 2006. Heart of an Empire (also known as Heart of an Empire: The Life and Times of the Fighting 501st), Forsaken Sun, 2007. Speeder Race VIP spectator, The Mandalorian Legacy, 2009.

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BULLOCH, Jeremy 1945– (Jeremy Bullock) PERSONAL Born February 16, 1945, in Market Harborough, Leicester, England; married; wife’s name, Maureen; children: three sons. Education: Attended the Corona Academy Drama School and Brown University. Avocational Interests: Cricket, soccer, golf, gardening, interior design, traveling, cooking, collecting Boba Fett memorabilia. Addresses: Contact—c/o Barry Brown and Partner, 47 West Sq., London SE11 4SP, England; 10 Birchwood Rd., London SW17 9BQ, England. Agent—Brown and Simcocks, 1 Bridgehouse Ct., 109 Blackfriars Rd., London, SE1 8HW, England. Career: Actor. Appeared in commercials and at fan conventions. CREDITS Film Appearances: Pageboy at hotel, Violent Playground, 1958. Bill, The Cat Gang, 1959. Schoolboy, Carry on Teacher, 1959. Colin Hawkes, The Dawn Killer, 1959. Bob Ketley, Caught in the Net, 1960. Hamish, The Young Jacobites, 1960. Baines, A French Mistress, British Lion, 1960. Angell, Spare the Rod, British Lion, 1961. Johnny Droste, The Devil’s Agent (also known as Im Namen des teufels), Columbia, 1961. Joey, Play It Cool, Allied Artists, 1962. Edwin, Summer Holiday, American International Pictures, 1963. Lewis, The Idol, Embassy, 1966. Peter, Money–Go–Round, 1967. Las leandras (musical), Suevia Films, 1969. Leo, The Virgin and the Gypsy, Chevron, 1970. Tom Mitchell, Hoffman, Levitt/Pickman, 1970. Andrew (Bothwell’s henchman), Mary, Queen of Scots, Universal, 1971. Car crash victim, patient in clinic, and placard bearer, O Lucky Man!, Warner Bros., 1973. Gil, Can You Keep It Up for a Week?, Pyramid Films, 1974.

Television Appearances; Series: Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School, 1952. Terry Benson, a recurring role, Counter–Attack!, 1960. Mike Brown, The Chequered Flag, Associated– Rediffusion Television, 1960. Philip Cooper, The Newcomers, BBC, 1965–69. Rob Illingworth, Agony, London Weekend Television, 1979–81. Edward of Wickham, Robin of Sherwood (also known as Robin Hood), Harlech Television, 1984–86. Barry Higgs, Sloggers, 1994. Abelard, First Frontier, 1999. 31

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Doctor Yul Striker, Starhyke, 2009. Agent Longtail, N Guard: Defenders of Gaia, 2009. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Schroeder, Jenny’s War, Harlech Television, 1985. Older George Napier, Aristocrats, BBC and PBS, 1999. Television Appearances; Movies: Ben Tillet Whittingham, The World Cup: A Captain’s Tale, 1982. David Reckitt, Faith, 1994. Auctioneer, Giving Tongue, 1996. Princess Diana’s lawyer, Princess in Love, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: Henry Percy, ⬙King Richard the Second⬙ (also known as ⬙The Complete Dramatic Works of Williams Shakespeare: King Richard the Second⬙ and ⬙Richard II⬙), BBC Television Shakespeare, BBC2, 1978. Warship first officer, The Master of Ballantrae, 1984. Wizard World Chicago 2002, 2002. When Star Wars Ruled the World, VH1, 2004. ⬙Star Wars⬙: Feel the Force, Done and Dusted, 2005. Star Wars at 30, G4, 2007. Bring Back ѧ Star Wars, Channel 4, 2008. Appeared in the documentary The Sadrina Project, BBC. Also appeared in a Star Wars special, QVC UK, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙Hornblower,⬙ Alcoa Premiere, ABC, 1963, later broadcast as a pilot on BBC, 1963. Cody, ⬙Two Hundred and Forty–Nine Pounds Twelve,⬙ The Odd Man, 1963. Tor, ⬙The Space Museum,⬙ Doctor Who, BBC, 1965. Tor, ⬙The Final Phase,⬙ Doctor Who, BBC, 1965. Sammy, ⬙The Wesker Trilogy: I’m Talking About Jerusalem,⬙ Theatre 625, 1966. Bob Tremayne, ⬙Report 8319: Grenade—What Price Change?,⬙ Strange Report, 1969. Ian Webster, ⬙Made for Each Other,⬙ Dr. Finlay’s Casebook, 1970. Lexy, ⬙Candida,⬙ BBC Play of the Month, 1971. David Holland, ⬙John VII Verse 24,⬙ Public Eye, Thames Television, 1971. Dr. Warner, ⬙Doctor’s Neglect?,⬙ Crown Court, 1972. Flight Sergeant Ronny ⬘Rumbleguts’ Thompson, ⬙Into the Fire,⬙ The Pathfinders, 1972. Flight Sergeant Ronnie Thompson, ⬙One Man’s Lancaster,⬙ The Pathfinders, 1972. Hal the Archer, ⬙The Time Warrior Part 1, 2, 3 and 4,⬙ Doctor Who, BBC, 1973. Derek, ⬙Three of a Kind,⬙ Man about the House, Thames Television, 1974. Tom Manners, ⬙Only a Scream Away,⬙ Thriller, Associated Television, 1974.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Hornblower, BBC, 1963, originally broadcast as an episode of Alcoa Premiere, ABC, 1963. Stage Appearances: Has appeared in numerous productions in London and in tours of the United Kingdom and the Far East, including Arms and the Man, Bedfull of Foreigners, Blithe Spirit, A Christmas Carol, Cinderella, Conduct Unbecoming, Dangerous Obsession, Dick Whittington, Don’t Dress for Dinner, Every Other Evening, How the Other Half Lives, I Love You, Mrs. Patterson, Night Must Fall, Spring and Port Wine, Table Manners, Taking Steps, and What Every Woman Knows. RECORDINGS Videos: Return of the Ewok, 1982. The Unauthorized Star Wars Story, Visual Entertainment, 1999. 32

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BURKE One Hour with Jonathan Ross, Channel 4, c. 1989–90. Waynetta Slob, Harry Enfield’s Television Programme, BBC, 1990. Various characters, Harry Enfield and Chums, BBC, 1994. Host, The Shooting Gallery, 1999. Narrator, Pleasure Island, 1999. Linda La Hughes, Gimme, Gimme, Gimme, BBC2, 1999–2001, BBC, 2001—. (In archive footage) The Sketch Show Story (also known as Victoria Wood’s ⬙Sketch Show Story⬙), BBC, 2001. Britain’s Best Sitcom, BBC, 2004. Landlady, Twenty Thousand Streets under the Sky, BBC and BBC America, 2005.

Myth Makers Vol. 50: Elisabeth Sladen, Reeltime Pictures, 2000. Comic Book: The Movie, Miramax, 2004. FTor, Beginning the End: Making ⬙The Time Warrior,⬙ BBC, 2007.

BURKE, Kathy 1964– PERSONAL Full name, Katherine Lucy Bridget Burke; born June 13, 1964, in Islington, London, England; daughter of Paddy (a builder) and Birdie Burke. Education: Attended the Anna Scher Theatre School, Islington, London, England, and Kingsway College, London. Avocational Interests: Art, books, especially first editions.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Martha, Mr. Wroe’s Virgins, BBC, 1993. Honour, The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling (also known as Tom Jones), BBC, 1997, then Arts and Entertainment, 1998.

Addresses: Manager—Stephen Hatton Management, Suite 24, London Fruit and Wool Exchange, Brushfield St., London E1 6HB, England.

Television Appearances; Movies: Girl, Forever Young, 1983. Angie, Past Caring, 1985. Paula, The Best Years of Your Life, 1986. Voiceover, The Black and Blue Lamp, 1988. Girl, Life’s a Bitch, 1995. Mrs. Ted, Ted & Ralph, BBC, 1998. Perry, Harry Enfield Presents Kevin’s Guide to Being a Teenager, 1999. Waynetta, Harry Enfield Presents Wayne and Waynetta’s Guide to Wedded Bliss, 2001. Linda La Hughes, Comic Relief: Say Pants to Poverty, 2001. The Virgin Mary, Comedy Showcase: The Eejits, 2007.

Career: Actress and stage director. Also worked in a cake shop. Voice in television commercials for Tesco Insurance, 2003–04. Awards, Honors: RTS Television Award, best actor— female, Royal Television Society, 1994, for Mr. Wroe’s Virgins; Cannes International Film Festival Award, best actress, 1997, British Independent Film Award, best performance by a British actress in an independent film, 1998, and Film Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a leading role, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1998, all for Nil by Mouth; Television Award nomination, best light entertainment performance, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1998, for Harry Enfield and Chums; Television Award nomination, best actress, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1998, for The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling; Golden Satellite Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture—drama, International Press Academy, 1999, for Dancing at Lughnasa; British Comedy Award nominations, best television comedy actress, 1999 and 2000, and Television Award nominations, best comedy performance, 2001, 2002, and best comedy actress, British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, National Television Award nomination, most popular comedy performance, 2002, all for Gimme, Gimme, Gimme; Empire Award nomination, best British actress, 2001, for Kevin & Perry Go Large.

Television Appearances; Specials: The Secret Policeman’s Biggest Ball, 1989. Vera, Two of Us (also known as Mates), PBS, 1992. Comic Relief: Behind the Nose, 1992. Christine, After Miss Julie (also known as Performance: After Miss Julie), 1995. Comic Relief: Behind the Nose, 1995. Magda, Absolutely Fabulous: The Last Shout, Comedy Central, 1997. Comic Relief: The Record Breaker, 1999. French and Saunders Spring Special, 2000. Waynetta, Harry Enfield Presents Wayne and Waynetta’s Guide to Wedded Bliss, 2001. The Importance of Being Morissey, Chrysalis, 2002. Spike Milligan: I Told You I Was Ill—A Live Tribute, BBC, 2002. Making It at Holby, 2004. Perry/Linda, Greatest TV Comedy Moments, 2005. Waynetta, Memoirs of a Cigarette, Channel 4, 2007.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Kid, ⬙Cringe Hill,⬙ Educating Marmalade, 1982. Lazar, ⬙Terminus: Part 1 & 3,⬙ Doctor Who, 1983. Brenda, ⬙Collapse,⬙ The Nation’s Health, 1983. Guster, Bleak House (also known as Masterpiece Theatre: Bleak House), 1985. Alice, ⬙Catastrophe Theory,⬙ A Very Peculiar Practice, BBC, 1986. Cleaner, ⬙Longshot,⬙ Call Me Mister, 1986. Charlotte, ⬙Funseekers,⬙ The Comic Strip Presents, Channel 4, 1988. Mary, ⬙South Atlantic Raiders 1,⬙ The Comic Strip Presents, Channel 4, 1990. Mary, ⬙South Atlantic Raiders 2: Argie Bargie!,⬙ The Comic Strip Presents, Channel 4, 1990. ⬙The Exorcist,⬙ French and Saunders, BBC–2, 1990. Mrs. Dobson, ⬙Gone with the Wind,⬙ French and Saunders, 1990. Finula Slattery, The Full Wax, BBC, 1991. Helen, ⬙Determined Woman,⬙ Murder Most Horrid, BBC2, 1991. Lorraine McCullier, ⬙Facing Up: Part 1,⬙ Casualty, BBC, 1991. Wendie, ⬙The Negotiator,⬙ The Bill, Thames Television, 1991. Magda, ⬙Magazine,⬙ Absolutely Fabulous (also known as AbFab), BBC2, 1992. Herself, Have I Got News for You?, BBC2, 1993. Waitress, ⬙Jealousy,⬙ The Comic Strip Presents, Channel 4, 1993. ⬙French and Saunders: The Special Edition,⬙ French and Saunders, BBC2, 1993. ⬙The House of Idiot,⬙ French and Saunders, BBC2, 1993. Magda, ⬙Hospital,⬙ Absolutely Fabulous (also known as AbFab), BBC2, 1994. Magda, ⬙Fear,⬙ Absolutely Fabulous (also known as AbFab), BBC2, 1995. Magda, ⬙The End,⬙ Absolutely Fabulous (also known as AbFab), BBC2, 1995. Reader, ⬙The Twits,⬙ Jackanory, 1995. Christine, ⬙After Miss Julie,⬙ Performance, 1995. Magda, ⬙The Last Shout: Part 2,⬙ Absolutely Fabulous (also known as AbFab), BBC2, 1996. Sharon, Common As Muck, BBC, 1997. Herself, Fantasy World Cup, 1998. ⬙Our Flexible Friend,⬙ Light Lunch, 1998. Herself, So Graham Norton, Channel 4, 1998. Voice of Mrs. Mendelbrotska, ⬙Adventures on Telly: Part 3,⬙ Rex the Runt, BBC2, 1998. Cecile, ⬙A Marriage of Convenience,⬙ Let Them Eat Cake, BBC, 1999. ⬙Comic Relief,⬙ TFI Friday, Channel 4, 1999. Herself, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, BBC, 1999. ⬙Witless Silence,⬙ French and Saunders, BBC2, 1999. Dale’s All Stars, 2000. Room 101, 2000. TFI Friday, Channel 4, 2000. Perry, Top of the Pops, BBC, 2000. SM:TV Live, Independent Television, 2001.

Television Script Editor; Series: Gimme, Gimme, Gimme, BBC2, 1999–2001, BBC, 2001—. Television Director; Series: Horne & Corden, 2009. Film Appearances: Glennis, Scrubbers, Orion Classics, 1982. Girl, Forever Young, 1983. Tillie, Sacred Hearts, American Mongrel Filmmakers, 1984. Brenda Windczor, Sid and Nancy (also known as Sid and Nancy: Love Kills), Samuel Goldwyn, 1986. Annie Mae, Walker, Universal, 1987. Kathy, Eat the Rich, 1987. Sabrina, Straight to Hell, Island, 1987. Work Experience, 1989. Lily, Amongst Barbarians, 1990. Is That All There Is? (also known as The Director’s Place: Is That All There Is?), 1993. Debbie, Sin Bin, 1994. Hello, Hello, Hello, 1995. Evie, Bruised Fruit, 1996. Valerie, Nil by Mouth (also known as Ne pas avaler), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1997. Maggie Mundy, Dancing at Lughnasa, Sony Pictures Classics, 1998. Magda, Absolutely Fabulous: Absolutely Not!, 1998. Queen Mary Tudor, Elizabeth (also known as Elizabeth: The Virgin Queen), Gramercy, 1998. Marey, This Year’s Love, Entertainment Film Distributors, 1999. Kathy, Love, Honour and Obey (also known as London Dogs, Love, Honor and Obey, and Love, Honour & Obey), Fugitive Features, 2000. Perry, Kevin & Perry Go Large, Paramount Home Video, 2000. 34

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 Angie Martin, The Martins, Icon Film Distribution, 2001. The Sketch Show Story, 2001. Carol, Once upon a Time in the Midlands, Channel Four Films, 2002. Mrs. Rutter, Anita and Me, Icon Film Distribution, 2002. Voice of Rita’s mum, Flushed Away (animated), Paramount, 2006.

BURKE Out in the Open, 2001. Kosher Harry, Royal Court Theatre, London, 2002. Betty, Vaudeville Theatre, London, 2002. Born Bad, Hampstead Theatre, London, 2003. The Quare Fellow, Oxford Stage Company, London, 2004 and 2005. Love Me Tonight, Hampstead Theatre, 2004. Blue/Orange, Sheffield Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, England, 2005. Smaller, Lyric Theatre, London, 2006.

Stage Appearances: Saved, 1983.

WRITINGS

Also appeared in The Boys Next Door, The Crackwalker, Four Door Saloon, The Hypochondriac, and It’s a Great Big Shame.

Stage Plays: Mr. Thomas, 1986, later Old Red Lion Theatre, London, 1990.

Stage Director: Mr. Thomas, Old Red Lion Theatre, London, 1990. Boom–Bang–a–Bang, 1995.

Screenplays: The End, 1998.

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CASSEL, Vincent 1966– PERSONAL Born November 23, 1966, in Paris, France; son of Jean– Pierre Cassel (an actor); married Monica Bellucci (an actress). Education: Studied at the Actor’s Institute of New York. Addresses: Agent—The Endeavor Agency, 9701 Wilshire Blvd., 10th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; Creative Artists Agency, 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Publicist—I/D Public Relations, 8409 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069. Career: Actor. Also voice actor for films. Awards, Honors: Cesar Award nominations, best actor and most promising young actor, Academie des Arts et Techniques du Cinema, 1996, both for La haine; Cesar Award nomination, best actor, 2002, for Sur mes levres; Patrick Dewaere Honorary Award, International Festival of Action and Adventure Films, 2002. CREDITS Film Appearances: Pierre, Les cigognes n’en font qu’a leur tete, 1989. Les cles du paradis (also known as The Keys to Paradise), Messine Productions, 1991. Un dimanche sans ailes, 1992. Dede, Hot Chocolate (also known as Amour et chocolat), The Movie Group, 1992. Felix’s brother Max, Metisse (also known as Cafe au lait), MKL Distribution, 1993. Elle voulait faire quelque chose, 1994. 36

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 Lord de Guise, The Reckoning (also known as Morality Play), Paramount Classics, 2001. Paul Angeli, Sur mes levres (also known as Read My Lips), Magnolia Pictures, 2001. Voice of Monsieur Hood, Shrek (animated), DreamWorks, 2001. (French version) Voice of Diego, Ice Age (animated), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2002. Marcus, Irreversible, Lions Gate Films, 2002. Mike S. Blueberry, Muraya (l’experience secrete de Mike Blueberry) (also known as The Adventures of Mike S. Blueberry and Blueberry), AJOZ Films/La Petite Reine/TF1 Films Productions, 2002. Vinz, La barbichette, Kourtrajme, 2002. Max Kerkerian, Les rivieres pourpres 2: Les anges de l’apocalypse (also known as Crimson Rivers 2: Angels of the Apocalypse and Les rivieres pourpres 2), Europa, 2003. The Adventurer, 2003. Brisseau, Agents secrets (also known as Spy Bound, Agentes secretos, and Secret Agents), Ascot Elite, 2004. Francois Toulour, Ocean’s Twelve, Warner Bros., 2004. LaRoche, Derailed, Columbia, 2005. Joseph, Sheitan (also known as Satan), Mars, 2006. Voice of Walt le sexy, FBI Zoo, La Femis, 2006. Francois Toulour, Ocean’s Thirteen (also known as 13), Warner Bros., 2006. Kiril, Eastern Promises, Focus Features, 2007. Satyre, Sa majeste minor (also known as His Majesty Minor and Su majestad minor), Mars, 2007. Jacques Mesrine, L’instinct de mort (also known as Mesrine: Killer Instinct, Mesrine: L’instinct de mort, Mesrine: Part 1—Death Instinct, Nemico pubblico n. 1—L’istinto di morte, and Su majestad Minor), A–Film, 2008. Jacques Mesrine, L’ennemi public no.1 (also known as Mesrine: Public Enemy No. 1, Mesrine—l’ennemi public no. 1, Mesrine: Part 2—Public Enemy Ⲇ1, and Publice Enemy No. 1, Part 2), 2008. Voice of Tony Merguez, Lascars (also known as Round Da Way), Bac, 2009. Mathias, A Deriva, Universal, 2009.

CASSEL Television Appearances; Series: La belle Anglaise, 1988.

Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙La teuf d’enfer,⬙ 3000 scenarios contre un virus (also known as 3,000 Scenarios to Combat a Virus), 1994. Corsini, ⬙Danse avec la mort,⬙ Le juge est une femme (also known as Alice Nevers: Le juge est une femme and Florence Larrieu, le juge est une femme),1994. Pastamoo, ⬙Le sang du chasseur,⬙ Aventures dans le Grand Nord, 1995. + de cinema, 2002. Comme au cinema (also known as Comme au cinema: l’emission and Comme au cinema: le magazine), 2004. Campus, le magazine de lecrit (also known as Campus), 2004. ⬙The Making of ⬘Ocean’s Twelve’,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2004. Tout le monde en parle, 2004 and 2006. Corazon de ѧ, 2005. ⬙Derailed,⬙ E! Behind the Scenes, E! Entertainment Television, 2005. Cinema mil, 2005. Le grand journal de Canal+, 2005, 2008, and 2009. Film of the Year (also known as The Film Programme), BBC, 2006. La matinale, 2006. 13 heures le journal, 2006. L’hebdo cinema, Canal+, 2008. On n’est pas couche, 2008. ⬙34eme nuit des Cesars,⬙ La nuit de Cesars, 2009. Television Appearances; Movies: Christopher, Les dessous de la passion, 1991. Dede, Amour et chocolat (also known as Hot Chocolate), 1992. Dose mortelle, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: Le pacted des loups—Les entrailles de la bete (also known as Brotherhood of the Wolf: The Guts of the Beast), 2001. Patrick Dewaere, l’enfant du siecle, 2003. Philippe Nahon, de l’acteur fetiche a l’icone, 2005. Cannes 2006: Cronica de Carlos Boyero, Canal+, 2006. Gangstars, 2009. Le cinema francais est en voyage d’affaires, Canal+, 2009.

Also appeared in The Pretender. Film Director: Shabbat Night Fever, 1997. Film Producer: Shabbat Night Fever, 1997. Coproducer, Irreversible, 2002. Sheitan (also known as Satan), 2006.

Stage Appearances: Appeared in Les oiseaux and Le theatre de foire. RECORDINGS

Film Work: Dubbed the voice of actor Hugh Grant in French versions of Grant’s films.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 Joe Talbot, Crossworlds, HBO, 1996. Tyn, The Grave (also known as The Secret), HBO, 1996. Dave Isay, Our America, Showtime, 2002.

Singing voice of Monsieur Robin Hood, Shrek: Swamp Karaoke Dance Party, 2001. Les nouveaux refus, 2004. The Making of ⬙Derailed,⬙ 2006. Cannes, la alfombra roja, Cameo, 2006.

Television Appearances; Specials: 2nd Annual TV Guide Awards, 2000. 6th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, 2000. Presenter, The 2001 IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards, 2001.

WRITINGS Screenplays: Shabbat Night Fever, 1997.

Television Appearances; Episodic: The Rosie O’Donnell Show, syndicated, 1999. Late Night With Conan O’Brien, 1999. Jeremy, ⬙Meeting Girls,⬙ Stella, Comedy Central, 2005. Ray Jones, ⬙Ray’s Black,⬙ Six Degrees, ABC, 2007. Ray Jones, ⬙Surstromming or a Slice,⬙ Six Degrees, ABC, 2007. Ray Jones, ⬙Objects in the Mirror,⬙ Six Degrees, ABC, 2007. Ray Jones, ⬙A Simple Twist of Fate,⬙ Six Degrees, ABC, 2007. ⬙Pizzeria Mozza,⬙ After Hours with Daniel Boulud, CBC, 2007. Barney, ⬙The Date,⬙ Wainy Days, 2007. Sean Kelley, ⬙Confession,⬙ Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: SVU and Special Victims Unit), NBC, 2008. Entertainment Tonight (also known as E.T., ET Weekend, Entertainment This Week, and This Week in Entertainment), syndicated, 2009.

CHARLES, Josh 1971– PERSONAL Full name, Josh A. Charles; born September 15, 1971, in Baltimore, MD; son of Allan (a partner in an advertising firm) and Laura (a newspaper columnist) Charles. Education: Studied acting at the Stagedoor Manor Theatre. Avocational Interests: Baseball, football. Addresses: Agent—Risa Shapiro, International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211; WME Entertainment, One William Morris Place, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; Special Artists Agency, 9465 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 470, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor. Also worked as a stand–up comedian. Provided voice in television commercials for U.S. Army’s Strong Campaign, 2006, and Total Cereal, 2009.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Deputy district attorney Gene Ehrlich, The Underworld, NBC, 1997. Will Gardner, The Good Wife, CBS, 2009.

Awards, Honors: Q Award nomination, best actor in a quality comedy series, Viewers for Quality Television, and Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series, both 2000, for Sports Night; Drama Desk Award, outstanding ensemble performance, 2004, for The Distance from Here.

Film Appearances: Iggy, Hairspray (also known as White Lipstick), New Line Cinema, 1988. Knox Overstreet, Dead Poets Society, Buena Vista, 1989. Bryan, Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead, Warner Bros., 1991. Mort Golden, Crossing the Bridge, Buena Vista, 1992. Eddy, Threesome, TriStar, 1994. Bruce, Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead, Miramax, 1995. Charlie Dunlap, Pie in the Sky, Fine Line, 1995. Randy, Coldblooded (also known as The Reluctant Hitman), Propaganda Films, 1995. Brush Brody, Cyclops Baby, Buena Vista, 1996. Tyn, The Grave, 1996. Joe Talbot, Crossworlds, 1997. Adam, Little City, Miramax, 1998. Peter Silverblatt, Meeting Daddy, CineTel Films, 1998.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Dan Rydell, Sports Night, ABC, 1998–2000. Jake, a recurring role, In Treatment, HBO, 2008. Will Gardner, The Good Wife, CBS, 2009—. Television Appearances; Movies: Andrew Goodman, Murder in Mississippi (also known as Mississippi Summer), NBC, 1990. Jody, ⬙Cooperstown,⬙ TNT Screenworks, TNT, 1993. Eddie Jordan, Norma Jean and Marilyn, HBO, 1996. 38

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Agent Barker, Muppets from Space, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1999. Himself, Zog’s Place, 2001. S.W.A.T., Columbia, 2003. Lou, Seeing Other People, 2004. Detective Fowler, Four Brothers, Paramount, 2005. Paramedic, The Darwin Awards, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 2006. Forrest Mead, Fast Track (also known as The Ex), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2006. Subject number two, Brief Interviews with Hideous Men, IFC, 2009. Bart, Weakness, 2009.

Film Appearances: The Reference Section, 1980. (As Marcus Wyatt) Second kid, Blood Beach, Jerry Gross Organization, 1981. (As Marcus Wyatt) Troy Long, Evil Altar, Southgate Video, 1989. Other guest at party, Venice/Venice, Rainbow Releasing, 1992. Terry Cosmos, American Heart, Triton Pictures, 1993. Huey Newton, Panther, Gramercy, 1995. Freethrow, Pure Danger, PM Entertainment Group, 1996. Tank, The Matrix, Warner Bros., 1999. War, The Crow: Wicked Prayer, Dimension Films, 2005. Base, Concrete River (short film), 2009.

Stage Appearances: Jay, The Dance Lesson, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1989. Rich, The Distance from Here, Duke on 42nd Street Theatre, New York City, 2004. The Well Appointed Room, Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago, IL, 2006. A Number, American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, CA, 2006. Mr. Dart, The Receptionist, Manhattan Theatre Club Stage I, New York City, 2007.

Television Appearances; Series: Miguel Mendez, Street Justice, syndicated, 1991–93. Television Appearances; Movies: Dragonfly, Flight of Black Angel, Showtime, 1991. (As Marcus S. Chong) Fu Qua Johnson, Vanishing Son, syndicated, 1994. Fu Qua Johnson, Vanishing Son II, syndicated, 1994. (As Marcus S. Chong) Fu Qua Johnson, Vanishing Son IV, syndicated, 1994. Jordan Barnes, High Freakquency (also known as 24/7 Radio), Black Entertainment Television, 1998.

Also appeared in productions at the Stagedoor Manor Theatre. RECORDINGS Videos: S.W.A.T.: TV’s Original Super Cops, Columbia TriStar, 2003.

Career: Actor.

Television Appearances; Episodic: (As Marcus Wyatt) Samson, ⬙Blind Journey: Part 2,⬙ Little House on the Prairie, NBC, 1978. (As Marcus Wyatt) ⬙The Heiress,⬙ Dallas, 1979. (As Marcus Wyatt) Young boy, ⬙Starstruck,⬙ The Facts of Life, NBC, 1982. Tim, ⬙The Way Home,⬙ Hard Time on Planet Earth, 1989. Billy Roberts, ⬙The Connection,⬙ Dragnet (also known as Dragnet: The Nineties and The New Dragnet), 1989. Ramsey Coleman, ⬙A Coupla Stiffs,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 1995. Ken, ⬙People like Us,⬙ Linc’s, 2000. Darrell Guan, ⬙Inheritance,⬙ Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: SVU and Special Victims Unit), NBC, 2001. John ⬙Johnny⬙ West, ⬙Seizure,⬙ Law & Order: Criminal Intent (also known as Law & Order: CI), NBC, 2002.

Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award and Drama Desk Award, outstanding featured actor in a play, both 1991, for Stand–up Tragedy.

Appeared as Quincy Pettigrew in an episode of A Different World, NBC; also appeared in episodes of Beauty and the Beast, Generations, and True Colors.

CHONG, Marcus 1967– (Marcus S. Chong, Marcus Wyatt) PERSONAL Original name, Marcus Wyatt; born July 8, 1967, in Seattle, WA; adopted son of Tommy Chong (an actor); brother of Rae Dawn Chong (an actress) and Robbi Chong (an actor). Education: Studied acting with Betty A. Bridges.

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Television Appearances; Pilots: George, The Knife and Gun Club, ABC, 1990. Stage Appearances: Lee Cortez, Stand–up Tragedy, Criterion Center Stage Right Theatre, New York City, 1990. The Square, Actor’s Gang Theatre, Los Angeles, 2000. Appeared in a New York City production of Widows. RECORDINGS Music Videos: Appeared in ⬙Temptations⬙ by Tupac Shakur.

COATES, Anne V. 1925– (Anne Coates, Anne Coates–Hickox)

CREDITS Film Editor: The Pickwick Papers, Mayer/Kingsley, 1952. Wicked Wife (also known as Grand National Night), Allied Artists, 1953. Forbidden Cargo, General Films Distributors, 1954. To Paris with Love, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1954. Lost (also known as Tears for Simon), Republic, 1957. The Horse’s Mouth, United Artists, 1958. The Truth about Women, Continental Distributing, 1958. Tunes of Glory, Lopert, 1960. Lawrence of Arabia, Columbia, 1962. Becket, Paramount, 1964. Why Bother to Knock (also known as Don’t Bother to Knock), Seven Arts, 1964. (With Gordon Stone) Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines (also known as Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines; or, How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 Hours and 11 Minutes), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1965. Young Cassidy, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1965. Hotel Paradiso, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1966. The Bofors Gun, Universal, 1968. Great Catherine, Warner Bros., 1968. The Adventurers, Paramount, 1970. Friends, Paramount, 1971. Follow Me (also known as Follow Me! and The Public Eye), Universal, 1972. The Nelson Affair (also known as Bequest to the Nation), Universal, 1973. ITV Saturday Night Theatre (also known as ITV Sunday Night Theatre), 1973. 11 Harrowhouse (also known as Anything for Love and Fast Fortune), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1974. Murder on the Orient Express, Paramount, 1974. Man Friday, Avco–Embassy, 1975.

PERSONAL Born December 12, 1925, in Reigate, Surrey, England; daughter of Major Laurence Calvert and Kathleen Voase (maiden name, Rank) Coates; married Douglas Hickox (a director), April 24, 1958 (died July 25, 1988); children: Anthony Laurence Voase Hickox (a director), James Douglas Rank Hickox (a director), Emma Elizabeth Hickox (an editor). Education: Attended Bartrum Gables College. Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Contact—c/o 8455 Fountain Ave., Apt. 621, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Film editor. Worked at Religious Films and in the editorial department of Pinewood Studios. Worked as a projectionist and film librarian. Also worked as a nurse at the East Grinstead Plastic Surgery Hospital. Member: American Cinema Editors, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Awards, Honors: Academy Award and Eddie Award nomination, American Cinema Editors, both best film editing, 1962, for Lawrence of Arabia; Academy Award nomination, best film editing, 1964, and Eddie Award nomination, best edited feature film, 1965, both for Becket; Film Award nomination, best film editing, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1974, for Murder on the Orient Express; Academy Award nomi40

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Aces High, EMI Films, 1977. The Eagle Has Landed, Columbia, 1977. The Medusa Touch, Warner Bros., 1978. The Legacy (also known as The Legacy of Maggie Walsh), Universal, 1979. The Elephant Man, Paramount, 1980. (With others) Ragtime, Paramount, 1981. The Pirates of Penzance (also known as The Slave of Duty), Universal, 1983. Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes, Warner Bros., 1984. Lady Jane, Paramount, 1985. Raw Deal (also known as Triple Identity), De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1986. Masters of the Universe, Cannon, 1987. (With C. Timothy O’Meara) Farewell to the King, Orion, 1989. Listen to Me, Columbia, 1989. I Love You to Death, TriStar, 1990. What about Bob?, Buena Vista, 1991. Chaplin (also known as Charlot), TriStar, 1992. (As Anne Coates–Hickox) In the Line of Fire, Columbia, 1993. Pontiac Moon, Paramount, 1994. Congo, Paramount, 1995. Striptease, Columbia, 1996. Out to Sea, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1997. Out of Sight, Universal, 1998. Passion of Mind, Paramount, 1999. Erin Brockovich, Universal, 2000. Sweet November, Warner Bros., 2001. Unfaithful, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2002. Taking Lives, Warner Bros., 2004. Catch and Release, Columbia, 2006. The Golden Compass, RCV, 2007.

OTHER SOURCES Books: LoBrutto, Vincent, Selected Takes—Film Editors on Editing, Praeger, 1991. Oldham, Gabriella, First Cut—Conversations with Film Editors, University of California Press, 1992. Periodicals: Cineaste, 2009, p. 48.

CONCHITA, Maria See ALONSO, Maria Conchita

CONNICK, JR., Harry 1967– PERSONAL Full name, Joseph Harry Fowler Connick, Jr.; born September 11, 1967, in New Orleans, LA; son of Joseph Harry Fowler (a district attorney and an owner of record stores) and Anita (a lawyer, judge, and owner of record stores) Connick; married Jill Goodacre (a model), April 16, 1994; children: Georgia Tatom, Sara Kate, Charlotte. Education: Tutored by jazz pianist James Booker, c. 1980; studied under Ellis Marsalis at New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts, 1980–85; attended Loyola University, 1985, and the Manhattan School of Music, 1986; also attended Hunter College of the City University of New York.

Film Producer: The Medusa Touch (also known as La grande menace), Warner Bros., 1978. Film Appearances: Herself, In & Out of Focus, The Cinema Guild, 2002.

Addresses: Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

Television Editor; Movies: A War of Children, 1972. Catholics (also known as Conflict), 1973. Fail Safe, CBS, 2000.

Career: Musician, actor, composer, and songwriter. Performed with professional musicians on Bourbon Street, New Orleans, LA, 1973; Dr. Delf and the Killer Groove (jazz band), New Orleans, LA, keyboard player, 1981–84; performed at the Empire Diner, New York City, 1986; Our Lady of Victory Church, New York City, organist and music director, 1986; entered into recording contract with Columbia Records, 1986; performer of a royal command performance at Windsor Castle in honor of Prince Philip’s 70th birthday, July, 1991; performer of numerous concert engagements; Harry Connick’s Big Band, leader.

Television Appearances; Specials: The Orange British Academy Film Awards, BBC, 2007. Il etait une fois ѧ Lawrence d’ Arabie, France 5, 2008. David Lean in Close–Up, BBC, 2009. RECORDINGS Videos: The Making of ⬙Lawrence of Arabia,⬙ 2000. 41

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Awards, Honors: Rolling Stone Music Award, critics’ pick for best keyboard player, 1989; Grammy Awards, best male jazz vocal performance, 1989, for When Harry Met Sally ѧ, and 1990, for We Are in Love; named one of the twelve ⬙promising new actors of 1990,⬙ John Willis’ Screen World; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding performance in a musical program, 1991, for Great Performances; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite actor— drama/romance, 1999, for Hope Floats; Grammy Award, best traditional pop vocal album, 2002, for Songs I Heard; winner of piano competitions; platinum record for the motion picture soundtrack recording When Harry Met Sally ѧ; other platinum and gold records; Emmy Award, outstanding music direction, 2004, for ⬙Harry Connick, Jr.: ⬘Only You’ In Concert,⬙ Great Performances; Antoinetty Perry Award, actor in a musical, 2006, for The Pajama Game.

Television Executive Producer; Specials: Harry for the Holidays, 2003. The Happy Elf, NBC, 2005. Television Work; Specials: Music arranger and director, The Harry Connick, Jr. Christmas Special, CBS, 1993. Music arranger and orchestrator, Harry for the Holidays, NBC, 2003. Television Work; Episodic: Music arranger, executive producer and orchestrator, ⬙Harry Connick, Jr.: Only You,⬙ Great Performances, PBS, 2004.

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Television Appearances; Series: Dr. Leo Markus, a recurring role, Will & Grace, NBC, 2002–2006.

Film Work: Musical director (with Marc Shaiman), and arrangements, When Harry Met Sally ѧ, Columbia, 1989. Song producer, Sleepless in Seattle, TriStar, 1993.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Voices, Jazz, PBS, 2001.

Film Appearances: Clay Busby, Memphis Belle, Warner Bros., 1990. Eddie, Little Man Tate, Orion, 1992. Daryl Lee Cullum, Copycat (also known as Copykill), Warner Bros., 1995. Captain Jimmy ⬙Raven⬙ Wilder, Independence Day (also known as ID4), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1996. Greg Kistler, Excess Baggage, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997. Voice characterization, Action League Now!! (short film), Paramount, 1997. Justin Matisse, Hope Floats, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998. Voice of Dean McCoppen, The Iron Giant (animated), Warner Bros., 1999. Jesse Banks Rhodes, Wayward Son, 1999. Voice of narrator, My Dog Skip, Warner Bros., 2000. Rick, The Simian Line, Gabriel Film Group, 2000. Himself, Film–Fest DVD: Issue 3–Toronto, 2000. Daniel, Life without Dick, TriStar Pictures, 2001. Vilmer, Basic, Sony, 2003. Glen, Mickey, Anchor Bay, 2004. Jerry Goss, Bug, Lions Gate Films, 2006. Note by Note: The Making of Steinway (also known as Note by Note), Argot, 2007. Daniel, P.S. I Love You, Warner Bros., 2007. Ted Mitchell, New in Town, Lions Gate Films, 2009.

Television Appearances; Movies: Lieutenant Joseph Cable, South Pacific (also known as Rodgers & Hammerstein’s ⬙South Pacific⬙), ABC, 2001. Denny Slamon, Living Proof, 2008. Television Appearances; Specials: Grammy Living Legends, CBS, 1989. Super Bowl Saturday Nite, CBS, 1990. Sinatra 75: The Best Is Yet to Come, CBS, 1990. Harry Connick, Jr. & His Orchestra: Swinging Out with Harry, PBS, 1990. Carly in Concert: My Romance, HBO, 1990. A Videosyncrasy Valentine with Harry Connick, Jr., Family Channel, 1991. Guest performer, Great Performances, PBS, 1991. The Best of Disney: 50 Years of Magic, 1991. Super Bowl XXVI, CBS, 1992. Simply Mad about the Mouse, The Disney Channel, 1992. MDA Jerry Lewis Telethon, syndicated, 1992. Host, The Harry Connick, Jr. Christmas Special, 1993. Let the Good Times Roll, PBS, 1993. Host, Grammy’s Greatest Moments, CBS, 1994. Fox All–Star Challenge, Fox, 1995. The Sci–Fi Channel’s Invasion of Independence Day, Sci–Fi Channel, 1996. Independence Day Concert, ABC, 1996. The Making of ⬙Independence Day,⬙ 1996. Nobel Peace Prize Concert, 1997.

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Happy Birthday, Elizabeth—A Celebration of Life, ABC, 1997. Christmas in Rockefeller Center, syndicated, 1997. Wild on Mardi Gras, E! Entertainment Television, 1998. To Life! America Celebrates Israel’s 50th (also known as America Celebrates Israel’s 50th), CBS, 1998. ⬙Harry Connick, Jr.: Romance in Paris,⬙ In the Spotlight, PBS, 1998. Walt Disney World Very Merry Christmas Parade, ABC, 1999. Himself, The Making of ⬙The Iron Giant,⬙ The WB, 1999. Narrator, Harry Connick, Jr., Bravo, 1999. And So This Is Christmas, CBS, 1999. ABC 2000: The Millenium, 1999. The Great American History Quiz: Pursuit of Happiness, History Channel, 2000. Narrator, Pistol Pete: The Life and Times of Pete Maravich, CBS, 2001. Host, Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular, NBC, 2001. Joan Rivers: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 2001. Artists and Entertainers, Cable News Network, 2001. 2002 Olympic Winter Games, NBC, 2002. The Marsalis Family: A Jazz Celebration, PBS, 2003. Host, Harry for the Holidays, NBC, 2003. Christmas in Rockefeller Center, NBC, 2003. Apollo at 70: A Hot Night in Harlem, NBC, 2004. Saturday Night Live in the ⬘80s: Lost & Found, NBC, 2005. Christmas at Rockefeller Center, 2005. Lil Farley, The Happy Elf, NBC, 2005. CMT: The Greatest—Sexiest Southern Men, Country Music Television, 2006. Rosie Live (also known as Rosie’s Variety Show), 2008. Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, NBC, 2008. Christmas at Rockefeller Center, 2008. Also appeared in The New York Big Band Concert and Swinging Out Live. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 63rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1991. The 33rd Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 1991. Presenter, The 50th Annual Golden Globe Awards, 1993. The Second Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, 1996. Presenter, The VH1 Fashion Awards, VH1, 1996. Host, The VH1 ⬘97 Fashion Awards, VH1, 1997. The 5th Annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, Fox, 1999. The 56th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 2002. The 60th Annual Tony Awards, 2006. The 2nd Annual Quill Awards, 2006. Presenter, The 61st Annual Tony Awards, 2007. Presenter, The 62nd Annual Tony Awards, 2008. 43

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The View, ABC, 2007, 2008. Up Close with Carrie Keagan, 2007, 2009. Entertainment Tonight (also known as E.T.), syndicated, 2008, 2009. ⬙New Orleans Project: Part 1,⬙ This Old House, PBS, 2008. Guest artist, It Takes Two, ABC, 2008. ⬙The Muppets Take Over Today,⬙ Today (also known as The Today Show and NBC News Today), NBC, 2008. Rachael Ray, syndicated, 2008, 2009. Also appeared in The Arsenio Hall Show, syndicated; and Evening at Pops, PBS.

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Stage Appearances: An Evening with Harry Connick, Jr. and His Orchestra, Lunt–Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1990. Thou Shalt Not, Lincoln Center, New York City, 2001. Sid Sorokin, The Pajama Game, American Airlines Theatre, New York City, 2006.

Film Music: The Mask, 1994. (With Marc Shaiman) When Harry Met Sally ѧ, Columbia, 1989. Television Theme Songs; Series: Nero Wolfe, Arts and Entertainment, 2001.

RECORDINGS Albums: Harry Connick, Jr., Columbia, 1987. 20, Columbia, 1987. When Harry Met Sally ѧ (motion picture soundtrack), Columbia, 1989. We Are in Love, Columbia, 1990. Lofty’s Roach Souffle, Columbia, 1990. Blue Light, Red Light, Columbia, 1992. Eleven (recording of 1978 performance), Columbia, 1992. 25, Columbia, 1992. She, Columbia, 1994. Star Turtle, Columbia, 1996. When My Heart Finds Christmas, Columbia, 1997. To See You, Columbia, 1998. Come By Me, Columbia, 1999. Songs I Heard, Columbia, 2001. 30, Columbia, 2001. Other Hours, Marsalis/Rounder, 2003. Harry for the Holidays, Sony/Columbia, 2003. Only You, Sony/Columbia, 2004. Occasion, Marsalis, 2005. Harry on Broadway, Act 1, Columbia, 2006. Oh, My Nola, Columbia, 2007. Chanson du Vieux Carre, Rounder, 2007. What A Night! A Christmas Album, Columbia, 2008. Your Songs, Columbia, 2009.

Television Music; Specials: Harry Connick, Jr. & His Orchestra: Swinging Out with Harry, PBS, 1990. The Happy Elf, NBC, 2005. Stage Musicals: Thou Shalt Not, produced at Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 2001–2002. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Life, February, 1998, p. 28. Parade, March 7, 2004, p. 18. People Weekly, April 8, 2002, p. 19. Electronic: Harry Connick, Jr., Official Site, www.harryconnickjr. com, December 12, 2009.

CONSIDINE, Charlotte See STEWART, Charlotte

Videos: Carly in Concert: My Romance, 1990. Harry Connick Jr.: The New York Big Band Concert, 1993.

CUNNINGHAM, Debra See SAMPLER, Philece

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DASSANOWSKY, Elfi See VON DASSANOWSKY, Elfi

DESCHANEL, Caleb 1944– PERSONAL Full name, Joseph Caleb Deschanel; born September 21, 1944, in Philadelphia, PA; married Mary Jo Weir (an actress), July 8, 1972; children: Emily (an actress), Zooey (an actress). Education: Attended Johns Hopkins University; University of Southern California, graduated, 1968; American Film Institute, graduated, 1971; also trained with cinematographer Gordon Willis. Addresses: Agent—David Gersh, Gersh Agency, 9465 Wilshire Blvd., 6th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

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Career: Cinematographer and director. Worked as a still photographer, 1960s; worked as a camera operator for Wakefield Orloff and for Paisley Productions; American Zoetrope Studios, San Francisco, CA, former affiliate; Dark Light Pictures, West Hollywood, CA, cofounder, c. 1994. Also photographer and director of commercials for Max Factor cosmetics, McDonald’s restaurants, Microsoft, Nestle foods, United Parcel Service, Vidal Sassoon beauty products, and others.

Film Cinematographer: Lanton Mills (short film), 1969. (Contributor) Pursuit of Treasure, 1970. (And director) Trains (short film), 1976. Being There (also known as Chance), United Artists, 1979. The Black Stallion, United Artists, 1979. More American Graffiti (also known as Purple Haze), Universal, 1979. (Contributor of insert) Apocalypse Now, United Artists, 1979, released as Apocalypse Now Redux, 2001. Let’s Spend the Night Together (also known as Time Is on Our Side), Embassy, 1982. The Right Stuff, Warner Bros., 1983. The Natural, TriStar, 1984.

Member: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (board member of cinematographers’ branch, 2003—), American Society of Cinematographers. Awards, Honors: Silver Berlin Bear, outstanding short film, Berlin International Film Festival, 1976, for Trains; National Society of Film Critics Award, best cinematog45

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The Slugger’s Wife (also known as Neil Simon’s ⬙The Slugger’s Wife⬙), Columbia, 1985. 50 Years of Action! (documentary), 1986. It Could Happen to You (also known as Cop Gives Waitress $2 Million Tip), TriStar, 1994. Fly Away Home (also known as Father Goose and Flying Wild), Columbia, 1996. (Halifax location) Titanic, Paramount, 1997. Hope Floats, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998. Message in a Bottle, Warner Bros., 1999. Anna and the King, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1999. The Patriot (also known as Der Patriot), Columbia, 2000. The Hunted, Paramount, 2003. Timeline, Paramount, 2003. The Passion of the Christ (also released as The Passion Recut), subtitled version, Newmarket Films, 2004. National Treasure (also known as Sonomo), Buena Vista, 2004. Ask the Dust, Paramount, 2006. The Spiderwick Chronicles (also released as The Spiderwick Chronicles: The IMAX Experience), Paramount/Nickelodeon Movies, 2008. Killshot, Third Rail Releasing/Weinstein Company, 2008. My Sister’s Keeper, New Line Cinema, 2009.

Television Work; Specials: Cinematographer for ⬙The President’s Film,⬙ The 79th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2007. Television Appearances; Specials: The Passion behind ⬙The Passion,⬙ 2004. The Making of ⬙The Passion of the Christ,⬙ PAX, 2004. The 100 Greatest Family Films, Channel 4, 2004. Fog City Mavericks, Starz!, 2007. Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙Anna and the King: A Modern Epic,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 1999. ⬙Visual Style,⬙ Sundance Directors Lab, 2009. ⬙Working with the Crew,⬙ Sundance Directors Lab, 2009. ⬙That’s a Wrap!,⬙ Sundance Directors Lab, 2009. RECORDINGS Video Appearances: Realizing ⬙The Right Stuff,⬙ Warner Bros., 2003. T–20 Years and Counting, Warner Bros., 2003. Artifact from the Future: The Making of ⬙THX 1138,⬙ Warner Home Video, 2004. Journey through ⬙Timeline,⬙ Paramount Home Entertainment, 2004. A Legacy of Filmmakers: The Early Years of American Zoetrope, Warner Home Video, 2004. ⬙National Treasure⬙ on Location, Buena Vista Home Video, 2005. Ben–Hur: The Epic that Changed Cinema, Warner Bros., 2005. Shadows of Suspense, Universal Studios Home Video, 2006. The Visions of Stanley Kubrick, Warner Home Video, 2007. Standing on the Shoulders of Kubrick: The Legacy of 2001, 2007. View from the Overlook: Crafting ⬙The Shining,⬙ Warner Home Video, 2007. Great Bolshy Yarblockos! Making ⬙A Clockwork Orange,⬙ Warner Home Video, 2007. Secrets from Another Place: Creating Twin Peaks, CBS DVD, 2007.

Film Director: The Escape Artist, Orion/Warner Bros., 1982. Crusoe, Island, 1989. Director of short films and documentaries. Film Appearances: Visions of Light: The Art of Cinematography (documentary; also known as Visions of Light), American Film Institute, 1992. Man at bed–and–breakfast, Message in a Bottle, Warner Bros., 1999. Who Needs Sleep? (documentary), 2006. Cinematographer Style (documentary), T–Stop Production, 2006. Television Director; Episodic: ⬙Realization Time,⬙ Twin Peaks, ABC, 1990. ⬙Drive with a Dead Girl,⬙ Twin Peaks, ABC, 1990. ⬙The Black Widow,⬙ Twin Peaks, ABC, 1991. ⬙41 Shots,⬙ Law & Order: Trial by Jury, NBC, 2005. ⬙Bang & Blame,⬙ Law & Order: Trial by Jury, NBC, 2005. ⬙Day,⬙ Law & Order: Trial by Jury, NBC, 2005. ⬙Savasana,⬙ Conviction, NBC, 2006. ⬙Madness,⬙ Conviction, NBC, 2006. ⬙The Glowing Bones in ⬘The Old Stone House’,⬙ Bones, Fox, 2007.

Video Director: Clapton Chronicles: The Best of Eric Clapton, 1998. Director of music videos, including ⬙Pretending⬙ by Eric Clapton, 1989, and ⬙Rhythm of My Heart⬙ by Rod Stewart, 1991. Stage Work: Lighting designer, Bill Graham’s ⬙Concert New Years Eve,⬙ Fillmore Scene at Winterland, San Francisco, CA, 1966–67. 46

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WRITINGS EGGERT, Nicole 1972– Film Scripts: Trains (short film), 1976.

PERSONAL Full name, Nicole Elizabeth Eggert; born January 13 (some sources cite January 3), 1972, in Glendale, CA; daughter of Ralph (an executive; some sources spell name Rolf) and Gina (a talent agent) Eggert; children: Dilyn. Avocational Interests: Bicycling, skiing.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, March 23, 2001, p. 52. Shoot, March 29, 1996, p. S76; October 18, 1996, p. 1.

Addresses: Agent—Diverse Talent Group, 1925 Century Park East, Suite 880, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Manager—Bleu, an Entertainment Company, 5225 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 701, Los Angeles, CA 90036.

DORENA, Elfi See VON DASSANOWSKY, Elfi

Career: Actress. Fratto–Beich–Eggert Entertainment, partner. Appeared in advertisements, infomercials, and on the cover of albums. Beauty pageant contestant, beginning as a toddler.

EDMISTON, Walker 1925–2007 PERSONAL

Awards, Honors: Winner of Miss Universe Petite Division Pageant, c. 1977; Young Artist Award nomination, best young actress, guest on a series, Young Artist Foundation, 1983, for Fantasy Island; Young Artist Award nomination, exceptional performance by a young actress guest starring in a television comedy or drama series, 1987, for Who’s the Boss?; Young Artist Award, exceptional performance by a young actress in a television comedy series, 1988, and Young Artist Award nominations, best young actress in a family syndicated show, 1989, and best young actress in an off–primetime family series, 1990, all for Charles in Charge; Young Artist Award nominations, best young actress starring in a television series, 1993, and best youth actress leading role in a television series, 1994, both for Baywatch; named one of the 100 greatest teen stars, VH1, 2006.

Original name, Walter Edmiston; born February 6, 1925, in St. Louis, MO; died of complications from cancer, February 15, 2007, in Woodland Hills, CA. Actor and voice artist. The multitalented voice and character actor Edmiston enjoyed a long and prolific career. Born in St. Louis, MO, Edmiston discovered his gift for voice impersonations at an early age. In 1947 he moved to Los Angeles to study acting at the Pasadena Playhouse. He then got his start doing various voices for the children’s television puppet show Time for Beany. In the 1950s and early 1960s Edmiston hosted The Walker Edmiston Show, a children’s show with his own puppets, which aired on Los Angeles local television. In the 1960s and 1970s he did voice work for a number of children’s shows created by Sid and Marty Krofft, including The Bugaloos, H. R. Pufnstuf, and Sigmund and the Sea Monsters. In the 1980s Edmiston did voices for cartoon shows such as Spiderman, The Smurfs, and Transformers. He also worked in radio, playing the roles of Tom Riley and Bart Rathbone on the popular program Adventures in Odyssey from 1987 to 2007. As a screen actor, Edmiston played incidental characters in dozens of episodic television shows, such as Thriller, Green Acres, The Wild Wild West, Bonanza, Mission: Impossible, Barnaby Jones, Little House on the Prairie, The Waltons, Hart to Hart, and Dallas. Perhaps his most recognizable role was as the voice of Ernie, the head elf in the animated Keebler cookie commercials.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Chrissy Hooker, T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1982–83. Marci Ferguson, Who’s the Boss?, ABC, 1985–86. Jamie Powell, Charles in Charge (also known as Babysitter), syndicated, 1987–90. Libby Kramer, Home Fires, NBC, 1992. Roberta ⬙Summer⬙ Quinn, Baywatch (also known as Baywatch Hawaii and Baywatch Hawai’i), syndicated, 1992–94. Herself as the movie star (Ginger), The Real Gilligan’s Island, TBS, 2004.

PERIODICALS

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Herself, Hollywood Women (documentary), Independent Television, 1994. Herself, I Love the 80s 3–D, VH1, 2004.

New York Times, February 28, 2007. Variety, March 5, 2007. 47

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Herself, I Love the 70s: Volume II, VH1, 2006. (In archive footage) Herself, 100 Greatest Teen Stars (also known as The Greatest), VH1, 2006. Television Appearances; Movies: Mary Beth Denton, When Hell Was in Session, NBC, 1979. Robbie Morgan, When She Was Bad ѧ (also known as A New Life), ABC, 1979. Melissa, I Dream of Jeannie: 15 Years Later, NBC, 1985. Elyse Jeffries, Annihilator (also known as The Annihilator and Executor), NBC, 1986. Alexa Adams, Secrets (also known as Danielle Steel’s ⬙Secrets⬙), NBC, 1992. Marie Stark, Just One of the Girls (also known as Anything for Love and Boys Will Be Girls), Fox, 1993. Megan, Blown Away, HBO, 1993. Amanda Patterson, Amanda and the Alien (also known as Alien Love), Showtime, 1995. Miriam Rawlings, Frequent Flyer, ABC, 1996. Zoey Drayden, Murder Seen (also known as Murder Scene), 2000. Julia Merrow, Devil Winds, PAX, 2003. Paige Emerson, Wall of Secrets (also known as Le mur des secrets), Lifetime, 2003. Roberta ⬙Summer⬙ Quinn, Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding (also known as Baywatch: The Reunion), Fox, 2003. Diana Pennington, Snowman’s Pass (also known as What Lies Above), Lifetime, 2004. Beth Baker, Lightspeed (also known as Stan Lee’s ⬙Lightspeed⬙), Sci–Fi Channel, 2006. Paula Ferguson, Holiday Switch, Lifetime, 2007. Kim Furst, Past Lies, 2008. Lisa, A Christmas Proposal, Lifetime, 2008. Tammy, Phantom Racer, Syfy, 2009. Samantha, Turbulent Skies, c. 2009.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Spike TV VGA Video Game Awards, Spike, 2003. Television Appearances; Episodic: Amy Watkins, ⬙Chorus Girl/Surrogate Father,⬙ Fantasy Island, ABC, 1981. Marci, ⬙Kiddie Porn⬙ (also known as ⬙The Charleston Case⬙), Today’s F.B.I., ABC, 1981. Nancy Warner, ⬙The Case against Mr. Roarke/Save Sherlock Holmes,⬙ Fantasy Island, ABC, 1982. Charlene Maitland, ⬙Dear Pen Pal,⬙ Still the Beaver (series later known as The New Leave It to Beaver), Disney Channel, c. 1985, some sources cite a broadcast c. 1988. Herself, ⬙Neatness Counts/The Bird, the Bird,⬙ The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! (live action and animated; also known as Club Mario and Super Mario), syndicated, 1989. Charlene Maitland, ⬙What If?,⬙ The New Leave It to Beaver (series originally known as Still the Beaver), TBS and syndicated, c. 1989. Herself, ⬙Baywatch Week,⬙ Family Feud (also known as The Best of Family Feud, The Family Feud, Family Feud Challenge, Family Fortune, and The New Family Feud), CBS, 1993. Chelsea Rudd, ⬙Who Killed the Gadget Man?,⬙ Burke’s Law, CBS, 1995. Herself, Howard Stern (also known as The Howard Stern Show), E! Entertainment Television, multiple episodes in 1995. Shannon, ⬙Enemies,⬙ Married ѧ with Children (also known as Married with Children and Not the Cosbys), Fox, 1996. Summer Bonet, ⬙Kiss Me Kip,⬙ Clueless (also known as Clueless—Die wichtigen Dinge des Lebens, Clueless—Huolettomat, and Ni idea!), ABC, 1996. Laurel Attery, ⬙A Streetcar with Desire,⬙ The Big Easy, USA Network, 1997. Voice, ⬙Vuuck, as in Duck,⬙ Duckman (animated; also known as Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man), USA Network, 1997. Bridget, ⬙Pickett Fences,⬙ Boy Meets World (also known as Cory si restul lumii, Crescere che fatica, Das Leben und ich, De wereld om de hoek, Du store verden!, Et gutteliv, Incorigible Cory, Isojen poikien leikit, O mundo e dos jovens, O rapaz e o mundo, and Yo y el mundo), ABC, 1999. Herself, Celebrity Profile: Scott Baio (also known as ⬙Scott Baio,⬙ Celebrity Profile, ⬙Scott Baio,⬙ E!

Television Appearances; Specials: Voice of Loretta, Someday You’ll Find Her, Charlie Brown (animated), CBS, 1981. Voice of Margaret, Dennis the Menace: Mayday for Mother (animated), NBC, 1981. Voice of a girl in the garden, Rose Petal Place (animated), 1984. ⬙Dead Wrong: The John Evans Story⬙ (also known as ⬙Dead Wrong⬙), CBS Schoolbreak Special, CBS, 1984. Voice of a girl in the garden, Rose Petal Place: Real Friends (animated), 1985. Herself, Circus of the Stars 11 (also known as The 11th Annual Circus of the Stars), CBS, 1986. Herself, Circus of the Stars 12 (also known as The 12th Annual Circus of the Stars), CBS, 1987. Heidi, ⬙The Fourth Man,⬙ CBS Schoolbreak Specials, CBS, 1990. 48

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 Celebrity Profile, E! Celebrity Profile: Scott Baio, and Scott Baio: Celebrity Profile), E! Entertainment Television, 2000. Sarah Burnham, ⬙Revival,⬙ The Outer Limits (also known as The New Outer Limits), Showtime, Sci–Fi Channel, and syndicated, 2000. Aubrey, ⬙Like Mother, Like Daughter,⬙ Gilmore Girls (also known as Gilmore Girls: Beginnings and The Gilmore Way), The WB, 2001. Herself, ⬙Thrill of Victory, Agony of da Feet,⬙ Rendez– Vous, syndicated, 2001. Herself, ⬙Two Words: Shut Up!,⬙ Rendez–Vous, syndicated, 2002. Herself, Worst Case Scenario, TBS, 2002. Guest host, ⬙America’s Cup,⬙ F.Y.E!, E! Entertainment Television, 2003. Herself, Jimmy Kimmel Live! (also known as The Jimmy Kimmel Project), ABC, 2003. Herself, MDN, Spike TV, 2004. Herself, ⬙Back to Motherf—king Nature,⬙ My Crazy Life, E! Entertainment Television, 2005. (In archive footage) Herself, ⬙1989: Life after Baywatch,⬙ Class Of ѧ, The Biography Channel, 2005. Herself, ⬙Charles in Charge,⬙ The E! True Hollywood Story (also known as Charles in Charge: The E! True Hollywood Story and THS), E! Entertainment Television, 2006. Herself, ⬙Wooden Lucy,⬙ Celebrity Paranormal Project (also known as CPP), VH1, 2006. Herself, ⬙The Perfect Match,⬙ Scott Baio Is 45 ѧ and Single, VH1, 2007. Herself, ⬙Scott Baio Hires a Life Coach,⬙ Scott Baio Is 45 ѧ and Single, VH1, 2007. Herself (video question presenter), 1 vs. 100, NBC, 2008. (In archive footage) Herself, The Rachel Maddow Show, MSNBC, c. 2009. Herself, Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp, VH1, 2010.

EGGERT Morella and Lenora, The Haunting of Morella, Concorde Pictures, 1990. Melinda Blake, The Double 0 Kid, 1993. Alyssa Lloyd (title role), The Demolitionist (also known as Demolitionist), Two Moon Releasing, 1995. Melissa Anderson (title role), Melissa (also known as Secret Sins), 1995. Annette, The Price of Kissing (also known as The Magic of Love), 1997. Tiffany, Pink as the Day She Was Born, 1997. Kristy, Siberia (also known as Ams Siberia), Warner Bros., 1998. Marcia, Bartender, Bridge Pictures/Cutting Edge Entertainment/Danehip Entertainment, 1998. Member of Sno Blo Band, Sleeping Beauties (short film), 1999. Tiffany Stevens, Submerged (also known as Destination: Impact and Marine Crush), New City Releasing, 2000. Janine, Thank You, Good Night, 2001. Julie, Triangle Square (also known as Two Left Turns), 2001. Detective Amanda Watts, Decoys, Lions Gate Films/ Christal Films, 2004. Herself, Casting About (documentary), 2004, Kino International, 2007. Laurel Canyon, Cattle Call (also known as National Lampoon’s ⬙Cattle Call⬙ and National Lampoon’s: ⬙To Casting⬙), National Lampoon Productions, c. 2005. Sally Long, Dead Lenny, 2006. Allison Ryan, Loaded, 2008. Some sources cite other appearances in films and television programs. Stage Appearances: Eydie, Grown Ups (also known as Grownups), Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, c. 1983.

Appeared in other programs, including The List, VH1; and The Test, FX Network.

Radio Appearances; Episodic: Herself, Howard Stern (also known as The Howard Stern Radio Show and The Howard Stern Show), multiple episodes in 1995.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Chrissy Hooker, ⬙The Protectors,⬙ T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1982. Film Appearances: Debby Blake at age eight, Rich and Famous, Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1981. Marci, Hambone and Hillie, New World Pictures, 1984. Young Ayla, The Clan of the Cave Bear, Warner Bros., 1985. Jessie Corbett, Omega Syndrome (also known as Omega 7), New World Pictures, 1987. Young woman, Grandpa, c. 1989, 1992. DeeDee, Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects (also known as Kinjite), Cannon, 1990.

Internet Appearances: Herself, Nicole Eggert Is Back in Baywatch, posted on Funny or Die, http://www.funnyordie.com, c. 2009. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Femme Fatales, July, 1996, pp. 28–31. People Weekly, June 6, 1994, pp. 117–18; June 26, 2000, p. 118. 49

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 Michael Sutherland, Sunburst (also known as Slashed Dreams), 1974. Holdup man, Hustle, Paramount, 1975. Buck, Death Trap (also known as Brutes and Savages, Eaten Alive, Horror Hotel, Horror Hotel Massacre, Legend of the Bayou, Murder on the Bayou, Slaughter Hotel, and Starlight Slaughter), Motion Picture Marketing, 1976. First hood, St. Ives, Warner Bros., 1976. (Uncredited) Marty, A Star Is Born, Warner Bros., 1976. Franklin, Stay Hungry, United Artists, 1976. Narrator and Fly, Big Wednesday (also known as Summer of Innocence), Warner Bros., 1978. Mott, Bloodbrothers (also known as A Father’s Love), Warner Bros., 1978. Beebo Crozier, The Great Smokey Roadblock (also known as The Last of the Cowboys), Dimension Films, 1978. Benny, The Fifth Floor, Film Ventures International, 1980. Harry, Dead and Buried, Avco Embassy, 1981. Ranger, Galaxy of Terror (also known as Mindwarp, Mindwarp: An Infinity of Terror, Planet of Horrors, and Quest), New World, 1981. Tripper, Don’t Cry, It’s Only Thunder (also known as Vietnam: Hell or Glory), Sanrio Communications, 1982. Fred ⬙Freddy⬙ Krueger, A Nightmare on Elm Street, New Line Cinema, 1984. Freddy Krueger, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Part 2: Freddy’s Revenge (also known as A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2 and A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge), New Line Cinema, 1985. Riley, Never Too Young to Die, Paul Entertainment, 1986. Fred ⬙Freddy⬙ Krueger, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (also known as A Nightmare on Elm Street Part III), New Line Cinema, 1987. Fred ⬙Freddy⬙ Krueger, A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, New Line Cinema, 1988. Freddy Krueger, A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (also known as A Nightmare on Elm Street 5 and A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child), New Line Cinema, 1989. Eric Destler (title role), The Phantom of the Opera (also known as Gaston Leroux’s ⬙The Phantom of the Opera⬙ and Phantom of the Opera: The Motion Picture), Twenty–First Century, 1989. (Uncredited) C.H.U.D. II—Bud the Chud (also known as C.H.U.D. II), 1989. Smiley, The Adventures of Ford Fairlane, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1990. Freddy Krueger, Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare (also known as A Nightmare on Elm Street 6: Freddy’s Dead—The Final Nightmare and A Nightmare on Elm Street 6: The Dream Lover), New Line Cinema, 1991. Anthony Wager/the madame, Dance Macabre (also known as Phantom of the Opera and Phantom of the Opera II), Columbia/TriStar Home Video, 1992.

ENGLUND, Robert 1947(?)– PERSONAL Full name, Robert Barton Englund; born June 6, 1947 (some sources cite 1949), in Glendale, CA; son of C. Kent (an aeronautics engineer) and Janis (maiden name, McDonald) Englund; married Elizabeth Gardner, September 15, 1968 (divorced, 1986); married Roxanne Rogers (an actress), 1986 (divorced, 1988); married Nancy Ellen Booth (a set decorator), October 1, 1988 (some sources cite 1989). Education: Attended Oakland University and University of California, Los Angeles; University of California, Northridge, B.A.; Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, American branch, Rochester, MI, diploma (with honors); studied acting with Lee Strasberg, Jeff Corey, and Jack Garfein. Avocational Interests: Surfing. Addresses: Agent—Joseph Rice, Abrams Artists and Associates, 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 1130, Los Angeles, CA 90069–3502. Career: Actor, director, and producer. Meadow Brook Theatre, Rochester, MI, resident artist, 1969–72, guest artist, 1973; Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, Cleveland, OH, resident actor, c. 1969–72; worked as a theatre manager in Los Angeles; also worked as host of radio and television programs. Horror Hall of Fame, member of board of directors, 1991. Member: Actors’ Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Directors Guild of America. Awards, Honors: Saturn Award nomination, best supporting actor, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, 1988, for A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors; Saturn Award nomination, best supporting actor, 1990, for A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Maker; Best Actor Award, Fantafestival, 1995, for The Mangler; Life Career Award, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, 2001; Chainsaw Award nomination, best actor, Fangoria, 2004, for Freddy vs. Jason; Time–Machine Honorary Award, Sitges—Catalonian International Film Festival, 2007; Chainsaw Award nomination, best actor, and Chainsaw Award, best supporting actor, both 2009, for Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Film debut) Whitey, Buster and Billie, Columbia, 1974. 50

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 Himself and Freddy Krueger, Wes Craven’s ⬙New Nightmare⬙ (also known as New Nightmare and Nightmare on Elm Street 7), New Line Cinema, 1994. Marquis de Sade/Paul Chevaller, Night Terrors (also known as Nightmare, Tobe Hooper’s ⬙Nightmare,⬙ and Tobe Hooper’s ⬙Night Terrors⬙), Cannon, 1994. William ⬙Bill⬙ Gartley, The Mangler, New Line Cinema, 1995. Member of the inquisition, Vampyre Wars, 1995. Himself, Mr. Payback: In Interactive Movie, Sony New Technologies, 1995. ⬙Crazy Man⬙ Cooper, The Paper Brigade (also known as The Paper Route), Leucadia, 1996. Chief screw, La lengua asesina (also known as Killer Tongue), Buena Vista, 1996. Raymond Beaumont, Wishmaster (also known as Wes Craven’s ⬙Wishmaster⬙), Live Film and Mediaworks, 1997. Himself, Halloween ѧ The Happy Haunting of America!, 1997. Nemo, Meet the Deedles (also known as The Deedles), Buena Vista, 1998. Professor William Wexler, Urban Legend (also known as Mixed Culture), TriStar, 1998. Jackson Roth, Strangeland (also known as Dee Snider’s ⬙StrangeLand⬙), Raucous Releasing, 1998. Kratski, The Prince and the Surfer, A–Pix Entertainment, 1999. Bernie Garces, Wish You Were Dead, New Line Cinema, 2000. Professor, As a Bad Dream (also known as Like a Bad Dream, Kako los son, and Kao u losem snu), Mainframe London, 2002. Mayor Buckman, 2001 Maniacs, Rhino Films, 2002, Lions Gate Films, 2005. Freddy Krueger, Freddy vs. Jason (also known as Freddy contre Jason and FvJ), New Line Cinema, 2003. Erroll Douglas, Il ritorno di Cagliostro (also known as The Return of Cagliostro), Istituto Luce, 2003. Jack Sampson, Nobody Knows Anything!, BCI Eclipse/ Stargazer Entertainment, 2003. Repetition, Archstone Pictures/Big D. Productions, 2005. Doc Halloran, Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon, Anchor Bay Entertainment, 2006. Sheriff Berger, Heartstopper, Anchor Bay Entertainment, 2006. (In archive footage) Freddy Krueger, Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film, THINKFilm, 2006. Sampson, Hatchet, Anchor Bay Entertainment, 2007. Professor Gordon Crowley, Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, Anchor Bay Entertainment, 2007. Heckler (documentary), Echo Bridge Home Entertainment, 2007. Mr. Willie Doust, Red, Magnolia Pictures, 2008. Ian Essko, Zombie Strippers!, Stage 6 Films/Triumph Films, 2008. The prince, Night of the Sinner, Epic Pictures Group, 2009.

ENGLUND Film Director: 976–EVIL (also known as Horrorscope), New Line Cinema, 1988. Killer Pad, Lions Gate Films, 2008. Television Appearances; Series: Willie, V (also known as V: The Series), NBC, 1984–85. Dennis Shothoffer, Downtown, CBS, 1986–87. Freddy Krueger as host, Freddy’s Nightmares (also known as Freddy’s Nightmares: A Nightmare on Elm Street, the Series), syndicated, 1988–90. Host, Shadow Theater, USA Network, 1990. Blackie, Nightmare Cafe, NBC, 1992. Voices of Adrian Toomes and vulture, The Spectacular Spider–Man (animated), The CW, 2008–2009. Dr. Andover, Fear Clinic, 2009. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Willie, V (also known as V: The Original Mini Series), NBC, 1983. Willie, V: The Final Battle (also known as V), NBC, 1984. Deserter, North and South, Book II (also known as Love and War), ABC, 1986. The 100 Scariest Movie Moments, Bravo, 2004. Freddy Krueger, A Nightmare on Elm Street: Real Nightmares (reality show), CBS, 2005. Television Appearances; Movies: Willy, Young Joe, the Forgotten Kennedy, ABC, 1977. Sergeant Bell, The Courage and the Passion, NBC, 1978. Informer, The Ordeal of Patty Hearst, ABC, 1979. Ted Beasly, Mind over Murder (also known as Deadly Vision), CBS, 1979. Bobby Collins, Thou Shalt Not Kill, NBC, 1982. Mason, Journey’s End, Showtime, 1982. Charlie, The Fighter, CBS, 1983. Freddy Beenstock, Hobson’s Choice, CBS, 1983. Scott, Starflight: The Plane That Couldn’t Land (also known as Airport 85 and Starflight One), ABC, 1983. Sam Cooper, I Want to Live, ABC, 1983. Scott, Infidelity, ABC, 1987. Peter Cartwright, A Perry Mason Mystery: The Case of the Lethal Lifestyle (also known as A Perry Mason Mystery: The Case of the Famous Fatality), NBC, 1994. Dr. Ralph Wannamaker, Mortal Fear (also known as Robin Cook’s ⬙Mortal Fear⬙), NBC, 1994. Ernest Trainor, The Unspoken Truth (also known as Breaking the Silence and Living the Lie), NBC, 1995. Colonel Shakwell, Perfect Target, HBO, 1997. Father O’Neill, Galactic Odyssey (also known as Mind Breaker and Starquest II), The Movie Channel, 1998. Dr. Anton Rudolph, Python, 2000.

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Scratch, Windfall, 2001. Eli Giles, Black Swarm, Sci–Fi Channel, 2007. Television Appearances; Specials: The Making of ⬙Nightmare on Elm Street IV⬙ (also known as Elm Street USA: A Halloween Nightmare), 1989. Host and narrator, The Horror Hall of Fame, syndicated, 1990. Host and narrator, The Horror Hall of Fame II, syndicated, 1991. Host and narrator, The Horror Hall of Fame III, 1992. Masters of Illusion: The Wizards of Special Effects, NBC, 1994. AFI’s 100 Years ѧ 100 Heroes & Villains (also known as AFI’s 100 Years, 100 Heroes & Villains: America’s Greatest Screen Characters), CBS, 2003. MTV Video Music Awards 2003, MTV, 2003. The 100 Greatest Scary Moments, Channel 4, 2003. Boogeymen II: Masters of Horror, Sci–Fi Channel, 2004. Ultimate Super Heroes, Bravo, 2005. The Perfect Scary Movie, Channel 4, 2005. Television Appearances; Pilots: Boone, The Mysterious Two, NBC, 1982. Captain Crusader, Hollywood Beat, ABC, 1985. Dennis Shothoffer, Downtown, CBS, 1986. Television Appearances; Episodic: Gar, ⬙The Mystery of the Fallen Angels,⬙ The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries (also known as The Nancy Drew Mysteries), 1977. Jonas, ⬙Sons,⬙ Police Woman, NBC, 1978. Simon, ⬙Episode 49,⬙ Soap, ABC, 1979. Simon, ⬙Episode 50,⬙ Soap, ABC, 1979. Buddy Burns, ⬙Centerfold,⬙ California Fever, 1979. J. J. Eastwick, ⬙Dead Men Don’t Kill,⬙ Paris, CBS, 1979. Harold Belkin, ⬙Harrigan’s Angels,⬙ Charlie’s Angels, 1980. ⬙The Hero of Flo’s Yellow Rose,⬙ Flo, 1980. Zack, ⬙Forty Tons of Trouble,⬙ CHiPs (also known as CHiPs Patrol), NBC, 1981. Buddy Kilgore, ⬙Rhinestone Harts,⬙ Hart to Hart, 1981. Bobby Joe Wilson, ⬙The Killing of McNeal County’s Children,⬙ Walking Tall, 1981. ⬙Fade Out,⬙ Cassie & Co., 1982. 3–Card Monty, ⬙Red Dog Blues,⬙ Simon & Simon, 1983. Sammy, ⬙Vera the Horse Thief,⬙ Alice, 1983. Thug, ⬙Night of the Beast,⬙ Manimal, 1983. Vaughn, ⬙Million Dollar Misunderstanding,⬙ Hunter, NBC, 1985. Arnold Preminger, ⬙Dan’s Boss,⬙ Night Court, 1985. Edward Kent, ⬙Fright Night,⬙ Knight Rider, NBC, 1986. Tim Wexler, ⬙Flame’s End,⬙ MacGyver, ABC, 1986. Un dia es un dia, 1990. Showbiz Today, 1991. Cartelera, 1994. Lo + plus, 1995.

Appeared in The Di Palma Forum at UNLV, PBS, and Police Story, NBC. Television Director; Episodic: ⬙Cabin Fever,⬙ Freddy’s Nightmares (also known as Freddy’s Nightmares: A Nightmare on Elm Street, the Series), syndicated, 1989. ⬙Monkey Dreams,⬙ Freddy’s Nightmares (also known as Freddy’s Nightmares: A Nightmare on Elm Street, the Series), syndicated, 1989. 52

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 Stage Appearances: The Apple Cart, Meadow Brook Theatre, Rochester, MI, 1968. Godspell, New York City, 1971, then Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, Cleveland, OH, 1972. Saint Joan, Center Theatre Group, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, 1975. Godspell, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 1985.

EPHRON OTHER SOURCES Books: Englund, Robert, and Alan Goldsher, Hollywood Monster: A Walk down Elm Street with the Man of Your Dreams, Pocket Books, 2009. Periodicals: Dreamwatch, September, 2003, pp. 62–63. Empire, October, 1997, p. 86. People Weekly, September 9, 2002, p. 24. Time, August 18, 2003, p. 71.

Stage Producer: Savage in Limbo, Cast Theatre, Hollywood, CA, 1987. RECORDINGS Videos: Himself, Fangoria’s Weekend of Horrors, 1986. Welcome to Primetime, 1999. (In archive footage) Freddy Krueger, Boogeyman: The Killer Compilation (also known as Boogeyman), Flixmix, 2001. Robert Englund: An Early Work of Horror, Blue Underground, 2003. Dubbed and Dangerous 3, Paiaya Films, 2004. My Name Is Buck (also known as Robert Englund: My Name Is Buck—A Look Back at ⬙Eaten Alive⬙), Dark Sky Films, 2006. Inside the Asylum: The Making of ⬙2001 Maniacs,⬙ Lions Gate Films Home Entertainment, 2006. The House that Freddy Built, New Line Home Video, 2006. Never Sleep Again: The Making of ⬙A Nightmare on Elm Street,⬙ New Line Home Video, 2006. The Making of ⬙Hatchet,⬙ Anchor Bay Entertainment, 2007. (In archive footage) Buck, The Gator Creator, Dark Sky Films, 2007. Spider–Man: Re–Animated, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2009.

EPHRON, Nora 1941– PERSONAL Born May 19, 1941, in New York, NY; daughter of Henry (a writer) and Phoebe (a writer; maiden name, Wolkind) Ephron; sister of Delia Ephron and Amy Ephron (writers); married Dan Greenburg (a writer), April 9, 1967 (divorced, 1976); married Carl Bernstein (a journalist), April 14, 1976 (divorced, 1979); married Nicholas Pileggi (a writer), March 28, 1987; children: (second marriage) Jacob, Max. Education: Wellesley College, B.A., 1962. Religion: Jewish. Addresses: Office—Heartburn Entertainment, Inc., 2211 Broadway, Suite 1J, New York, NY 10024. Agent— International Creative Management, 10250 Constellation Way, 9th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067; Richard Green, Creative Artists Agency, 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA 90067.

Appeared as Freddy Krueger in the music video ⬙Dream Warriors⬙ by Dokken.

Career: Writer, producer, director, and actress. New York Post, New York City, reporter, 1963–68; freelance journalist, 1968–72; Esquire, New York City, columnist, 1972–78, contributing editor, 1972–73; New York, New York City, contributing editor, 1973–74; Esquire, senior editor, 1974–78; Heartburn Entertainment, Inc., New York City, principal. Worked as an intern at the White House, early 1960s.

Albums: Freddy Krueger, Freddy’s Greatest Hits, 1987. WRITINGS

Member: Writers Guild of America, Authors Guild, Authors League of America, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Directors Guild of America.

Books: (With Alan Goldsher) Hollywood Monster: A Walk Down Elm Street with the Man of Your Dreams, Pocket Books, 2009.

Awards, Honors: Penney–Missouri Award, J. C. Penney and Co. and School of Journalism, University of Missouri—Columbia, 1973; honorary D.H.L. degree, Briarcliff College, 1974; Edgar Allan Poe Award nomination, best television feature or miniseries, Mystery Writers of

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Television Work: Executive producer and director, Putting It Together (pilot), CBS, 1995. Segment director, The 74th Annual Academy Awards (special), ABC, 2002. Television Appearances; Specials: The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful, TBS, 1996. ⬙Tom Hanks: Hollywood’s Golden Boy,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Signed, Sealed, Delivered, Romance Classics, 1998. ⬙Spencer Tracy: Triumph and Turmoil,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. We All Dream of Oz, TNT, 2000. Steve Martin Seriously Funny, Comedy Central, 2000. Pride and Prejudice, The Learning Channel, 2000. The Making of ⬙Hanging Up⬙ (also known as Connected: The Making of “Hanging Up” and HBO Look: The Making of ⬙Hanging Up⬙), HBO, 2000. ⬙Jacqueline Susann,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Lifestory: Rosie O’Donnell, Nickelodeon, 2001. New York at the Movies, Arts and Entertainment, 2002. Presenter, AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Tom Hanks, USA Network, 2002. Intimate Portrait: Rosie O’Donnell, Lifetime, 2003. AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Meryl Streep, USA Network, 2004. AFI’s 100 Years ѧ 100 ⬙Movie Quotes⬙ (also known as AFI’s 100 Years ѧ 100 Movie Quotes: America’s Greatest Quips, Comebacks, and Catchphrases), CBS, 2004. The Secret Man: The Story of Watergate’s Deep Throat, NBC, 2005. Meg Ryan: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 2005. ⬙Steve Martin,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2006. Greatest Ever Romantic Movies, Channel 5, 2007. New York 360 Degrees Presents: The 2007 Matrix Awards, 2007.

CREDITS Film Producer and Director: Michael, New Line Cinema, 1996. You’ve Got Mail, Warner Bros., 1998. Lucky Numbers (also known as Le bon numero), Paramount, 2000. Bewitched, Columbia, 2005. Julie & Julia, Columbia, 2009. Film Director: This Is My Life, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1992. Sleepless in Seattle, TriStar, 1993. Mixed Nuts (also known as Lifesavers), TriStar, 1994. Film Executive Producer: Cookie, Warner Bros., 1989. My Blue Heaven, Warner Bros., 1990. Strike! (also known as All I Wanna Do, The Hairy Bird, College femminile, and Les filles font la loi), Miramax, 1998.

Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙Funny Ladies,⬙ Women Aloud, Comedy Central, 1992. American Cinema, PBS, 1995. Where’s Elvis This Week?, 1996. The Entertainment Business, Bravo, 1998. ⬙The Making of ⬘You’ve Got Mail’: A Conversation with Nora Ephron,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 1998. ⬙Getting Connected: On the Set of ⬘Hanging Up’,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2000. ⬙Billie Jean King,⬙ ESPN SportsCentury, 2001. ⬙Romance,⬙ Film Genre (also known as Hollywood History), 2002. Voice of Nora (herself), Hopeless Pictures, Independent Film Channel, 2005. This Week, BBC, 2006.

Film Work; Other: Associate producer, When Harry Met Sally ѧ, Columbia, 1989. Producer, Hanging Up (also known as Augfelegt), Columbia, 1999. Film Appearances: Wedding guest, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Orion, 1989. Dinner party guest, Husbands and Wives, TriStar, 1992. Dreams on Spec (documentary), Indie Rights, 2008. 54

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Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: The Dick Cavett Show, 1970. The Rosie O’Donnell Show, syndicated, 1997. The Charlie Rose Show (also known as Charlie Rose), PBS, 2005, 2009. The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, CBS, 2006. ⬙Great Women and Their Anti–Aging Secrets,⬙ The Oprah Winfrey Show (also known as Oprah), syndicated, 2006. The View, ABC, 2007. Late Show with David Letterman (also known as The Late Show and Letterman), CBS, 2008.

Other screenplays with Arlen include Maggie and Modern Bride. Also uncredited ⬙rewriter⬙ of other film scripts. Songs Featured in Films: ⬙You Can’t Get to Heaven,⬙ This Is My Life, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1992. ⬙Lips like a Blowfish,⬙ Michael, New Line Cinema, 1996.

RECORDINGS

Television Movies: Perfect Gentlemen, CBS, 1978.

Videos: How Harry Met Sally ѧ, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists Home Entertainment, 2000. Bewitched: Star Shots, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2005. Casting a Spell: Making ⬙Bewitched,⬙ Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2005. Why I Love ⬙Bewitched,⬙ Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2005. Treasures Untold: The Making of Disney’s ⬙The Little Mermaid,⬙ Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2006. Delivering ⬙You’ve Got Mail,⬙ Warner Bros. Home Video, 2008.

Stage Plays: ⬙I Hate My Purse⬙ (one–act monologue), Short Talks on the Universe, Eugene O’Neill Theatre, New York City, 2002. Imaginary Friends, Old Globe Theatre, San Diego, CA, 2002, then Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 2002–2003. Love, Loss, and What I Wore, Westside Theatre Downstairs, New York City, 2009. Books: Wallflower at the Orgy (essays), Viking, 1970. Crazy Salad: Some Things about Women (essays), Knopf, 1975, revised edition published as Crazy Salad Plus Nine, 1984. Scribble, Scribble: Notes on the Media (columns), Knopf, 1979. Heartburn (novel), Knopf, 1983. Nora Ephron Collected, Avon, 1991. I Feel Bad about My Neck: And Other Thoughts on Being a Woman (essays), Knopf, 2006.

WRITINGS Screenplays: (With Alice Arlen) Silkwood, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1983. Heartburn (also based on her novel), Paramount, 1983. (With Arlen) Cookie, Warner Bros., 1989. When Harry Met Sally ѧ, Columbia, 1989, published by Knopf, 1990. My Blue Heaven, Warner Bros., 1990. (With sister, Delia Ephron) This Is My Life (based on novel by Meg Wolitzer), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1992. (With David S. Ward and Jeffrey Arch) Sleepless in Seattle (based on story by Arch), TriStar, 1993. (With D. Ephron) Mixed Nuts (based on the film Le pere noel est un ordure; also known as Lifesavers), TriStar, 1994. (With D. Ephron, Pete Dexter, and Jim Quinlan) Michael, New Line Cinema, 1996. (With D. Ephron) You’ve Got Mail (based on the book The Shop around the Corner by Ernst Lubitsch), Warner Bros., 1998. (With D. Ephron) Hanging Up (also known as Augfelegt), Columbia, 1999.

Journalism: Guest columnist, New York Times, 2007. Contributor of short stories, essays, and reviews to magazines, including Good Housekeeping and O. ADAPTATIONS ⬙For Richer, for Poorer,⬙ an episode of Adam’s Rib broadcast by ABC in 1973, was based on a story by Ephron. The 1963 film comedy Take Her, She’s Mine, written by her parents Henry and Phoebe Ephron, is based on letters Nora Ephron wrote as a college student. Their play Three’s a Family is reportedly based on incidents from Nora’s infancy. 55

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Periodicals: Evening Standard (London), July 13, 2005, p. 27. Hollywood Reporter, June 11, 1996. Maclean’s, November 6, 2000, p. 83; August 3, 2009, p. 14. Rolling Stone, July 8, 1993, pp. 73–75. Time, December 21, 1998, p. 74. US, February, 1999, pp. 60–63, 93.

Books: Authors and Artists for Young Adults, Volume 35, Gale, 2000. Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives Thematic Series: The 1960s, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2003. Women Filmmakers and Their Films, St. James Press, 1998.

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F Judge Roy Bean, The Getaway, Uptown Saturday Night, and A Star Is Born, before it was disbanded in 1980. In 1974 CMA merged with International Famous Agency, creating International Creative Management (ICM), which now ranks among the most powerful talent agencies in the world. Soon after the merger, Fields left ICM to pursue an independent production deal at Paramount Pictures. In the 1980s he held a number of high-level executive positions at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM). Fields’s film production credits include Lipstick, Looking for Mr. Goodbar, American Gigolo, Crimes of the Heart, and Glory. In the late 1980s Fields turned his attention to television, becoming the executive producer of Naked Hollywood and The Montel Williams Show.

FARRELL, Frida See SHOW, Frida

FIELDS, Freddie 1923–2007 (Fred Feldman) PERSONAL Original name, Fred Feldman; born July 12, 1923, in Ferndale, NY; died of lung cancer, December 11, 2007, in Beverly Hills, CA. Agent, producer, and studio executive. Legendary talent agent Fields was known for his sharp deal-making instincts as well as his personal charm. Fields began his entertainment career in 1943 with Abbe Greshler, a small New York booking agency, where he helped sign such big name clients as Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. Three years later he moved to Music Corporation of America (MCA), a prominent Hollywood talent agency, where he developed his dealmaking style and worked his way up to become a top agent. Fields’s clients at MCA included Judy Garland, Henry Fonda, and Paul Newman. In 1960 Fields and David Begelman cofounded a new agency, Creative Management Associates (CMA). There Fields established himself as one of the most influential agents in Hollywood, representing such talents as Fred Astaire, Robert Redford, Barbra Streisand, Sidney Poitier, Jack Nicholson, Woody Allen, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, and Francis Ford Coppola. In 1969, in conjunction with clients Newman, Streisand, and Poitier, Fields also conceived and founded First Artists, a cooperative independent production company that retained ownership of the movies it produced, giving actors more creative control over their work and paying them a percentage of box office earnings in lieu of sizable upfront fees. Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman joined the company in the early 1970s. First Artists produced about eighteen films, including The Life and Times of

PERIODICALS Independent, December 23, 2007. New York Times, December 13, 2007. Variety, December 17, 2007.

FINNERAN, Katie 1971– (Kate Finneran) PERSONAL Original name, Kathleen Finneran; born February 22, 1971, in Chicago, IL. Education: Attended Carnegie Mellon University; studied acting with Uta Hagen. Addresses: Agent—Gary Gersh, Innovative Artists, 235 Park Ave., 10th Floor, New York, NY 10003. Manager— Adena Chawke, Greenlight Management and Production, 315 South Beverly Dr., Suite 300, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. Formerly worked as a waitress. 57

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tions of Beggars Holiday, Public Theatre, New York City, Boys from Syracuse, Roundabout Theatre Company, and Passion.

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Film Appearances: Judy Rose, Night of the Living Dead, Columbia, 1990. Nanny Maureen, You’ve Got Mail, Warner Bros., 1998. Mrs. Johnson, Liberty Heights, Warner Bros., 1999. (Uncredited) Woman in crowd, Death to Smoochy (also known as Toetet Smoochy), Warner Bros., 2002. (Uncredited) Head bar patron, Miss Congeniality 2: Armed & Fabulous, Warner Bros., 2005. Stacy Sedwig, Live at Five (short film), 2005. Sheila Wyatt, Bewitched, Columbia, 2005. Patsi, Broken Bridges, Paramount, 2006. Linda, Walk the Talk, Sonet Film, 2006. Mrs. Dickenson, Staten Island, 2007. Felicity Hammer, Firehouse Dog (also known as Le chien de la caserne), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2007. Sylvia Chambers, Baby on Board, Angry Monkey Entertainment, 2009.

Stage Appearances: Understudy for the roles of Marcia Giles and Mrs. Tritt, On Borrowed Time, Circle in the Square, New York City, 1991–92. Miss Wemyss, Two Shakespearean Actors, Cort Theatre, New York City, 1991–92. Tess, understudy for the role of K. C. Downing, and member of ensemble, My Favorite Year, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, New York City, 1992–93. Vivian Constable, In the Summer House, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, 1992–93. Sister Ruth, Edith Stein, Jewish Repertory Theatre, Playhouse 91, New York City, 1994. (As Kate Finneran) Maria, The Heiress, Cort Theatre, 1995. Carly Fletcher, A Fair Country, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York City, 1996. Sammii, Proposals, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1997–98. Gloria, You Never Can Tell, Roundabout Theatre Company, Laura Pels Theatre, New York City, 1998. (As Kate Finneran) Deidre, Bosoms and Neglect, Signature Theatre Company, Peter Norton Space, New York City, 1998–99. Cora, The Iceman Cometh, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1999. Raina Petkoff, Arms and the Men, Roundabout Theatre Company, Gramercy Theatre, New York City, 2000. Sally Bowles, Cabaret (musical), Roundabout Theatre Company, Studio 54, New York City, 2000–2001. Molly, The Smell of the Kill, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Stockbridge, MA, 2001. Title role, Hedda Gabler, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, then Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 2001–2002. Brooke Ashton, Noises Off, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, 2001–2002. Tina, Pig Farm, Roundabout Theatre Company, Laura Pels Theatre, 2006. Mary, Mauritius, Biltmore Theatre (now Samuel J. Friedman Theatre), New York City, 2007. Love, Loss, and What I Wore, Westside Theatre Downstairs, New York City, 2009.

Television Appearances; Series: (As Kate Finneran) Guest, Hollywood Squares (also known as H2: Hollywood Squares and H2), syndicated, 2000. Kate, a recurring role, Bram and Alice, CBS, 2002. Sharon Tyler, Wonderfalls, Fox, 2004. Special Agent Melody Sim, The Inside, Fox, 2005. Television Appearances; Movies: Judy, Plainsong, CBS, 2004. Television Appearances; Specials: (Uncredited; in archive footage) Poppy, Frasier: Analyzing the Laughter, 2004. Television Appearances; Episodic: Ellen, ⬙Models and Mortals,⬙ Sex and the City, HBO, 1998. Poppy, ⬙Everyone’s a Critic,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 1999. Poppy, ⬙Rivals,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 1999. Nurse, All My Children (also known as AMC), 1999. Patricia Galson, ⬙Famous Last Words,⬙ Oz, HBO, 2001. Becca Freeman, ⬙Let the Games Begin,⬙ Drive, Fox, 2007. Julie Kingsley, ⬙The Honeymoon’s Over,⬙ Royal Pains, USA Network, 2009.

Also apppeared in Fuddy Mears, West End production, London; in Li’l Abner, City Center Encores!, New York City; as Daphne, Present Laughter, Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT; in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Mark II Theatre; and in workshop presenta-

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1996, for The Tuskegee Airmen; Image Award, outstanding supporting actor in a motion picture, 1996, for Higher Learning; Image Award nomination, outstanding lead actor in a motion picture, 1996, for Othello; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding lead actor in a miniseries or special, Emmy Award (with others), outstanding made for television movie, and Annual CableACE Award (with others), best movie, National Cable Television Association, all 1997, Golden Laurel Award (with others), television producer of the year in long–form category, Producers Guild of America, 1998, and Image Award, outstanding lead actor in a television movie, miniseries, or drama special, 1998, all for Miss Evers’ Boys; Image Award nomination, outstanding lead actor in a motion picture, and Black Film Award nomination, best actor, Acapulco Black Film Festival, both 1998, for Hoodlum; Image Award nomination and Golden Satellite Award nomination, International Press Academy, both outstanding lead actor in a television movie, miniseries, or drama special, 1999, for Always Outnumbered; Saturn Award nomination, best supporting actor, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, Image Award nomination, outstanding actor in a motion picture, Black Reel Award nomination, best actor in a theatrical film, Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite supporting actor in an action or science fiction film, MTV Movie Award (with Keanu Reeves), best fight, and MTV Movie Award nomination (with Reeves), best on–screen duo, all 2000, for The Matrix; Career Achievement Award, Chicago International Film Festival, 2000; Boston Society of Film Critics Award, 2003, and Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, 2004, both best ensemble cast (with others), for Mystic River; Image Award nomination, outstanding actor in a motion picture, 2004, for The Matrix Revolutions; Hollywood Film Award, Hollywood Film Festival, 2006, and Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, 2007, both outstanding ensemble in a motion picture (with others), for Bobby; Image Award nomination, outstanding actor in a motion picture, 2006, for Assault on Precinct 13; Copper Wing Tribute Award, Phoenix Film Festival, 2006; Special ShoWest Award, distinguished decade of American film, National Association of Theatre Owners, 2006; Black Movie Awards, outstanding supporting actor and outstanding motion picture (with others), 2006, Image Award nomination, outstanding actor in a motion picture, 2007, and Black Reel Award nominations, best supporting actor and best film (with others), 2007, all for Akeelah and the Bee; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actor in a play, 2007, for Thurgood; Special ShoWest Award (with others), best ensemble, 2008, for 21; Image Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor in a motion picture, 2009, for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

FISHBURNE, Laurence 1961– (Larry Fishburne, Lawrence Fishburne, Laurence Fishburne III, Lawrence Fishburne III) PERSONAL Full name, Laurence John Fishburne III; born July 30, 1961, in Augusta, GA; son of Laurence John, Jr. (a juvenile corrections officer), and Hattie Bell (a junior high school mathematics teacher; maiden name, Crawford) Fishburne; married Hajna O. Moss (a casting assistant, actress, and producer), July 1, 1985 (divorced, c. 1993); married Gina Torres (an actress), September 20, 2002; children: (first marriage) Langston Issa, Montana Isis; (second marriage) Delilah (some sources cite name as Ashley). Education: Attended Lincoln Square Academy, New York City. Avocational Interests: Motorcycles. Addresses: Office—Cinema Gypsy Productions, Inc., 4024 Radford Ave., Studio City, CA 91604. Agent— Paradigm Talent Agency, 360 North Crescent Dr. N., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Manager—Helen Sugland, Landmark Artists Management, 4116 West Magnolia Blvd., Suite 101, Burbank, CA 91505. Publicist—Alan Nierob, Rogers and Cowan Public Relations, Pacific Design Center, 8687 Melrose Ave., 7th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actor, producer, director, and writer. Loa Productions, founder, 1994; Cinema Gypsy Productions, Studio City, CA, principal. Appeared in commercials for FedEx delivery service, Dish Network, and DirecTV, 2003, and other products and services. Guggenheim Motorcycle Club, founding member of tour group; Unicef ambassador. Member: Actors’ Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award, Antoinette Perry Award, best featured actor, and Drama Desk Award, all 1992, for Two Trains Running; Independent Spirit Award nomination, best male lead, Independent Features Project/West, 1993, for Deep Cover; Emmy Award, outstanding guest actor in a drama series, 1993, for ⬙The Box,⬙ Tribeca; Academy Award nomination, best actor, 1994, for What’s Love Got to Do with It; Emmy Award nomination and Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, both outstanding actor in a miniseries or special, Golden Globe Award nomination, best actor in a miniseries or television movie, and Image Award, outstanding actor in a television movie, miniseries, or drama special, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), all

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(As Laurence Fishburne III) Street kid, Fast Break, Columbia, 1979. (As Lawrence Fishburne III) Wilson, Willie & Phil (also known as Paul Mazursky’s ⬙Willie & Phil⬙), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1980. (As Laurence Fishburne III) Cutter, Death Wish 2, Filmways, 1981. (As Larry Fishburne) Midget, Rumble Fish, Universal, 1983. (As Larry Fishburne) Bumpy Rhodes, The Cotton Club, Orion, 1984. (As Larry Fishburne) Swain, The Color Purple (also known as Moon Song), Warner Bros., 1985. (As Larry Fishburne) Cream, Band of the Hand, TriStar, 1986. (As Larry Fishburne) Voodoo, Quicksilver, Columbia, 1986. (As Larry Fishburne) Flanagan, Gardens of Stone, TriStar, 1987. (As Larry Fishburne) Max, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (also known as A Nightmare on Elm Street Part III), New Line Cinema, 1987. (As Larry Fishburne) Glu Glu lawyer, Cherry 2000, Orion Home Video, 1987. (As Larry Fishburne) Lieutenant Charlie Stubbs, Red Heat, TriStar, 1988. Dap Dunlap, School Daze, Columbia, 1988. (As Larry Fishburne) Jimmy Jump, King of New York, New Line Cinema, 1990. (As Larry Fishburne) Nick Holbrook, Class Action, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1991. (As Larry Fishburne) Roosevelt Stokes, Cadence (also known as Count a Lonely Cadence and Stockade), New Line Cinema, 1991. (As Larry Fishburne) Jason ⬙Furious⬙ Styles, Boyz n the Hood (also known as Boys in the Hood), Columbia, 1991. (As Larry Fishburne) Russell Stevens, Jr./John Q. Hull, Deep Cover, New Line Cinema, 1992. Ike Turner, Sr., What’s Love Got to Do with It (also known as Tina: What’s Love Got to Do with It), Buena Vista, 1993. Vinnie, Searching for Bobby Fischer (also known as Innocent Moves), Paramount, 1993. Sheriff Tanny Brown, Just Cause, Warner Bros., 1995. Professor Maurice Phipps, Higher Learning, Columbia, 1995. Narrator and Nelson Crowe, Bad Company, Buena Vista, 1995. Title role, Othello, Columbia, 1995. Charles Piper, Fled (also known as Perseguidos), Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1996. Captain Miller, Event Horizon, Paramount, 1997. Ellsworth ⬙Bumpy⬙ Johnson, Hoodlum (also known as Gangster and Hoods), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1997. Morpheus, The Matrix, Warner Bros., 1999. Himself, Welcome to Hollywood, 2000. ⬙20/20⬙ Mike and Riff Raff, Once in the Life, Lionsgate, 2000.

Film Producer: Executive producer, Hoodlum (also known as Gangster and Hoods), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1997. (And director) Once in the Life, 2000. The Beltway, Miramax/Tapestry Films, 2005. Akeelah and the Bee, Lionsgate, 2006. Five Fingers, Lionsgate, 2006. 60

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The Kennedy Center 25th Anniversary Celebration (also known as Kennedy Center’s 25th Anniversary), PBS, 1996. Narrator, Before Your Eyes: One Last Chance (also known as Before Your Eyes), CBS, 1996. Narrator, ⬙Muhammad Ali: The Greatest,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. ⬙Sidney Poitier: The Defiant One,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Intimate Portrait: Agnes Nixon, Lifetime, 1999. The Matrix: The Movie Special, 1999. Making ⬙The Matrix,⬙ 1999. Narrator, Treasures of the Royal Captain, The Discovery Channel, 2000. An All–Star Tribute to Joni Mitchell, TNT, 2000. (In archive footage) Morpheus, Sex and the Matrix, 2000. Making the Game: Enter the Matrix, MTV, 2003. Decoded: The Making of ⬙The Matrix Reloaded⬙), Channel 5, 2003. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Morpheus, MTV: Reloaded, MTV, 2003. (In archive footage) The N Word, Trio, 2004. 2006 White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner, 2006. Catering Impossible: M:i:III, 2006. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Jason ⬙Furious⬙ Styles, Boffo! Tinseltown’s Bombs and Blockbusters, HBO, 2006. AFI’s 100 Years ѧ 100 Movies: 10th Anniversary Edition, CBS, 2007. The Black List: Volume Two, HBO, 2009. National Memorial Day Concert, 2009.

Television Appearances; Series: Dr. Joshua ⬙Josh⬙ West Hall, One Life to Live (also known as Between Heaven and Hell and One Life to Live: The Summer of Seduction), ABC, 1973–76. Corporal Don ⬙Robby⬙ Robinson, The Six O’Clock Follies, NBC, 1980. Cowboy Curtis, The Pee–wee Herman Show, 1981. Dr. Raymond Langston, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (also known as C.S.I., CSI: Las Vegas, and Les experts), CBS, 2008—. Television Appearances; Movies: Fish, If You Give a Dance, You Got to Pay the Band, 1975. (As Larry Fishburne) Hank Johnson, I Take These Men (also known as Surprise, Surprise!), CBS, 1983. (As Larry Fishburne) Michael Waring, ⬙Decoration Day,⬙ Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1990. Hannibal ⬙Iowa⬙ Lee, Jr., The Tuskegee Airmen, HBO, 1995. Caleb Humphries, Miss Evers’ Boys, HBO, 1997. Socrates Fortlow, Always Outnumbered (also known as Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned and Socrates), HBO, 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: (As Larry Fishburne) Lightbulb, A Rumor of War, CBS, 1980. (As Larry Fishburne) Voice, The Civil War (also known as The American Civil War), PBS, 1990. (As Lawrence Fishburne) Voice of Nat Love, The Wild West, syndicated, 1993. Narrator, Christianity: The First Two Thousand Years, 2001. Narrator, The Blues, PBS, 2003. Narrator, America’s Game: The Superbowl Champions, NFL Network, 2006.

Television Appearances; Episodic: (As Larry Fishburne) Hobie, ⬙Finders Keepers,⬙ Trapper John, M.D., 1981. (As Larry Fishburne) Corporal Dorsey, ⬙The Tooth Shall Set You Free,⬙ M*A*S*H, CBS, 1982. (As Larry Fishburne) F. T., ⬙Humiliation,⬙ Strike Force, 1982. (As Larry Fishburne) Prison guard Keller, ⬙Walk–Alone,⬙ Miami Vice, NBC, 1986. Maurice Haynes, ⬙Look Homeward, Ninja,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1986. (Uncredited) Cowboy Curtis, ⬙Ice Cream Soup,⬙ Pee– wee’s Playhouse, CBS, 1986. Cowboy Curtis, ⬙Now You See Me, Now You Don’t,⬙ Pee–wee’s Playhouse, CBS, 1986. (As Larry Fishburne) Cowboy Curtis, ⬙Spring,⬙ Pee– wee’s Playhouse, CBS, 1987. (As Larry Fishburne) Cowboy Curtis, ⬙Pajama Party,⬙ Pee–wee’s Playhouse, CBS, 1987. (As Larry Fishburne) David Mukende, ⬙Personal Demons,⬙ Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1987. Casey Taylor, ⬙Race Traitors,⬙ The Equalizer, CBS, 1989. Voice of Martin Delany, ⬙The Massachusetts 54th Colored Infantry,⬙ The American Experience, 1991. Martin McHenry, ⬙The Box,⬙ Tribeca, Fox, 1993.

Television Appearances; Specials: (As Larry Fishburne) Jimbo Collins, ⬙For Us, the Living⬙ (also known as ⬙For Us, the Living: The Medgar Evers Story⬙), American Playhouse, PBS, 1983. (As Larry Fishburne) Cowboy Curtis, A Special Evening of Pee–wee’s Playhouse, CBS, 1987. (As Larry Fishburne) Cowboy Curtis, Pee–wee’s Playhouse Christmas Special (also known as Christmas at Pee–wee’s Playhouse, Christmas Special, and Pee–wee Herman’s Christmas Special), CBS, 1988. Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse, Showtime, 1991. Choices, 1992. (As Larry Fishburne) Host, Who Killed Martin Luther King?, Fox, 1993. Up for the Golden Globes, NBC, 1996. 61

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Film ’72 (also known as Film ’96, Film of the Year, and The Film Programme), 1996. Inside the Actors Studio (also known as Inside the Actors Studio: The Craft of Theatre and Film), Bravo, 1998. MADtv, Fox, 1999. ⬙The Making of ⬘The Matrix’,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 1999. Nyhetsmorgon, 1999, 2003. Inside Film Awards, 2000. ⬙The Making of ⬘Osmosis Jones’,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2001. Premiere episode, Listen Up! Charles Barkley with Ernie Johnson (also known as Listen Up!), CBS, 2002. ⬙The Matrix Revolutions,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2003. ⬙Enter the Playtrix,⬙ The Player$, Tech TV, 2003. Host, ⬙Landmines in Cambodia,⬙ What’s Going On?, Showtime, 2003. Filmland, 2003. Tinseltown TV, International Channel, 2003. ⬙Assault on Precinct 13: Caught in the Crosshairs,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2005. (In archive footage) Cinema mil, 2005. (In archive footage) Casey Taylor, Tvist, 2005. ⬙Akeelah and the Bee Preview,⬙ 106 & Park Top 10 Live (also known as 106 & Park), Black Entertainment Television, 2006. Corazon de ѧ, 2006. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Sergeant Whitey Powers, Oscar, que empiece el espectaculo, 2008. Elvis Mitchell: Under the Influence, TCM, 2008. Sunday Morning Shootout (also known as Hollywood Shootout and Shootout), Bravo, 2008. Entertainment Tonight (also known as Entertainment This Week, E.T., ET Weekend, and This Week in Entertainment), syndicated, 2008, 2009. Dr. Raymond Langston, ⬙Bone Voyage,⬙ CSI: Miami, CBS, 2009. Dr. Raymond Langston, ⬙Hammer Down,⬙ CSI: NY, CBS, 2009.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The ѧ Annual NAACP Image Awards, 1993, Fox, 2000. The 66th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1994. Presenter, The 20th Annual People’s Choice Awards, CBS, 1994. Presenter, 1994 Billboard Music Awards, Fox, 1994. Presenter, 23rd Annual International Emmys Gala Awards, 1995. Presenter, The ѧ Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1995, 1999, 2003, 2005, 2008. Presenter, The 25th Anniversary Essence Awards, Fox, 1995. The 1996 Essence Awards, Fox, 1996. Presenter, The 68th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1996. Presenter, The ѧ Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 1996, 2005, 2009. Presenter, The ѧ Emmy Awards, ABC, 1996, CBS, 1997, ABC, 2008. The 6th Annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, Fox, 2000. (As Lawrence Fishburne) 2000 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 2000. Presenter, VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards, VH1, 2000. Presenter, The ѧ Black Movie Awards, TNT, 2005, 2006.

Also appeared in an episode of Movie House, MTV.

Television Executive Producer; Movies: Miss Evers’ Boys, HBO, 1997. Always Outnumbered (also known as Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned and Socrates), HBO, 1998.

Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: The Arsenio Hall Show, 1991. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (also known as Jay Leno), NBC, 1993, 2001. Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, multiple appearances, beginning 1994. The Rosie O’Donnell Show, syndicated, 1999, 2000. The Daily Show (also known as A Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Global Edition, and Jon Stewart), Comedy Central, 2003. Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 2003. The Charlie Rose Show (also known as Charlie Rose), PBS, 2003, 2005, 2006. The View, ABC, 2003, 2008.

Stage Appearances: Young baseball fan, My Many Names and Faces, New Federal Theatre, New York City, c. 1971. Tony Pridgeon, Section D, New Federal Theatre, 1975. Solomon, Eden, Negro Ensemble Company, St. Mark’s Playhouse, New York City, 1976. Short Eyes, Second Stage Theatre Company, McGinn– Cazale Theatre, New York City, 1984. Doug, Loose Ends, Second Stage Theatre Company, McGinn–Cazale Theatre, 1988. Urban Blight, Manhattan Theatre Club Stage I, New York City, 1988. Sterling, Two Trains Running, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1989–90, then Old Globe Theatre, 62

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FISHBURNE Video Games: Voice of Morpheus, Enter the Matrix, Atari/Infogrames Entertainment, 2003. Voice of Morpheus, The Matrix Online (also known as MxO), Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, 2005. Voice of Isaiah Reed, True Crime: New York City, Activision, 2005. (From archive footage) Voice of Morpheus, The Matrix: Path of Neo, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, 2006. Voice of Dr. Raymond Langston, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation—Deadly Intent, Ubi Soft Entertainment, 2009.

Stage Director: Riff Raff (one–act), Circle Repertory Theatre, Circle in the Square Downtown, New York City, 1995.

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Screenplays: Once in the Life (based on his stage play Riff Raff), 2000.

Videos: Narrator, Treasures from American Film Archives, National Film Preservation Foundation, 2000. The Matrix Revisited, Warner Home Video, 2001. Friendly Fire: Making an Urban Legend (also known as Boyz n the Hood: Friendly Fire—Making an Urban Legend), Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, 2003. Crash Course (also known as The Freeway Chase and The Matrix Reloaded: The Freeway Chase), Warner Home Video, 2003. (In archive footage) Century of Black Cinema, Passport International Entertainment, 2003. TV in Black: The First Fifty Years, Koch Vision, 2004. The Matrix Recalibrated (also known as Revolutions Recalibrated), Warner Home Video, 2004. Mystic River: Beneath the Surface, Warner Home Video, 2004. The Burly Man Chronicles, Warner Home Video, 2004. (In archive footage) The Dream Studio, American Zoetrope, 2004. Mystic River: From Page to Screen, Warner Home Video, 2004. (As Larry Fishburne; in archive footage) Birth of a Nation: The Making of ⬙School Daze,⬙ Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, 2005. (In archive footage) On Location in Tulsa: The Making of ⬙Rumble Fish,⬙ Universal Studios Home Video, 2005. The Rise of Two Legends, Warner Home Video, 2006. (In archive footage) The Making of ⬙Event Horizon,⬙ Paramount Home Entertainment, 2006. TMNT: Voice Talent First Look, 2007.

Stage Plays: Riff Raff (one–act), Circle Repertory Theatre, Circle in the Square Downtown, New York City, 1995. OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Black Biography, Volume 70, Gale, 2009. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 3: Actors and Actresses, 4th edition, St. James Press, 2000. Periodicals: Empire, Issue 52, 1996, pp. 56–57; Issue 81, 1996, p. 52. Entertainment Weekly, October 23, 1998, p. 86; January 24, 2003, p. 19; October 30, 2009, p. 32. Insight on the News, January 15, 1996, p. 36. Jet, January 15, 1996, p. 32; August 5, 1996, pp. 32–36; February 24, 1997, pp. 58–62; September 1, 1997, pp. 32–37; March 23, 1998, pp. 32–36; May 5, 2008, p. 61; June 9, 2008, p. 57. Los Angeles Times, December 10, 2008. Newsday, August 25, 1997. New York Times, October 22, 2000; April 27, 2008, p. AR6. Parade, April 16, 2000, pp. 6–8. People Weekly, October 23, 1995. Playboy, April, 1994, pp. 144–48. Sports Illustrated, February 3, 2003, p. 27. Vanity Fair, December, 1995, pp. 172, 174, 177, 179– 80. Vogue, November, 1995. Washington Post, April 23, 2006, p. N1.

Appeared in the music videos ⬙White Lines (Don’t Do It)⬙ directed by Spike Lee and featuring Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, 1983; ⬙Things I’ve Seen⬙ by Spook, 2000; and ⬙Attack Me with Your Love.⬙ 63

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Electronic: Laurence Fishburne Official Site, http://www.laurencefishburne.com, November 28, 2009.

FISHER, Frances 1952– PERSONAL Born May 11, 1952, in Milford–on–the–Sea, England; naturalized U.S. citizen; daughter of William I., Sr. (an oil refinery construction superintendent), and Olga (a homemaker; maiden name, Moen) Fisher; married Billy Mack Hamilton, 1970 (divorced, 1972); children: (with former companion, actor and director Clint Eastwood) Francesca Ruth. Education: Attended high school in Orange, TX; studied acting with Lee Strasberg and Stella Adler at Actors’ Studio, New York City; also studied with Marilyn Fried and Sandra Seacat and at HB Studios. Addresses: Agent—Nevin Dolcefino, Innovative Artists, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Manager— Tammy Rosen, Affirmative Entertainment and Productions, Los Angeles, CA. Career: Actress. Barter Theatre, Abingdon, VA, former apprentice; Actors’ Studio, New York City, life member of company Awards, Honors: DramaLogue Award, 1996, for Three More Sleepless Nights; Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding cast performance, 1998, for Titanic. CREDITS Film Appearances: Louise, Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?, Virgin Vision, 1983. Jessica Pond, Tough Guys Don’t Dance, Cannon, 1987. Jeannie, Heart, New World, 1987. Yolanda, Patty Hearst (also known as Patty), Atlantic, 1988. Phyllis, Bum Rap, Millennium, 1988. Herself, Heavy Petting, Skouras, 1989. Dinah, Pink Cadillac, Warner Bros., 1989. Judith Loftis, Lost Angels (also known as The Road Home), Orion, 1989. Roshelle Bossetti, Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael, Paramount, 1990. June, L.A. Story, TriStar, 1991. Jo Westlake (some sources cite Jo Baker), Frame Up, Republic, 1991.

Television Appearances; Series: Detective Deborah ⬙Red⬙ Saxon, The Edge of Night, ABC, 1976–81. Suzette Saxon, The Guiding Light, CBS, 1985. Angie, Strange Luck, Fox, 1995–96. Dr. Elizabeth ⬙Liz⬙ Carson, a recurring role, Becker, CBS, 1999–2000. Mitzi Dolan, Glory Days (also known as Demontown), The WB, 2002. Eva Thorne, Eureka (also known as A Town Called Eureka), Sci–Fi Channel, 2008. 64

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Television Appearances; Movies: Maureen Phelan, Broken Vows (also known as Hennessey and Where the Dark Streets Go), CBS, 1987. Loma Williams, Cold Sassy Tree, TNT, 1989. Marge Allen, Sudie and Simpson, Lifetime, 1990. Aunt Sara, A Promise to Keep (also known as Angels without Wings and Promises to Keep), NBC, 1990. Lucille Ball, Lucy & Desi: Before the Laughter, CBS, 1991. Maryellen, Devlin, Showtime, 1992. Dr. Theodora Cushing, Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman, HBO, 1993. Betty, Praying Mantis, USA Network, 1993. Carol Schaefer, The Other Mother: A Moment of Truth Movie, NBC, 1995. Traffic, 1999. Ella van Heemstra, The Audrey Hepburn Story, ABC, 2000. Dr. Gwen Barry, Passion and Prejudice, USA Network, 2001. Marge Richey Jacobson, Mrs. Harris, HBO, 2005. Janet, To Love and Die, USA Network, 2008. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Janet Lee Bouvier Auchincloss, Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, CBS, 2000. Hollywood Women, 1994. Television Appearances; Specials: 67th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade, UPN, 1998. Presenter, The ѧ Annual Genesis Awards, Animal Planet, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002. Speechless, 2008. Television Appearances; Pilots: Violet Coffin, ⬙Elysian Fields,⬙ CBS Summer Playhouse, CBS, 1989. Libby Page, Human Target, ABC, 1992. Angie, Strange Luck, Fox, 1995. Brit Hanley, The Lyon’s Den, NBC, 2003.

Also appeared in an episode of the syndicated series Vanishing Son. Stage Appearances: Warsaw Opera, Actors’ Studio, New York City, 1980. The War Bridges, New Dramatists, New York City, 1981. May, Fool For Love, Douglas Fairbanks Theatre, New York City, 1984. Abbie Putman, Desire under the Elms, Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT, 1985. Ruth, The Hitch–Hikers, Workshop of the Players Art Theatre, New York City, 1985. Three More Sleepless Nights, California production, 1996. Finishing the Picture, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL, 2005. The Cherry Orchard, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 2006.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Amanda, ⬙Nightscape,⬙ The Equalizer, CBS, 1986. Francesca, ⬙Mission: McCall—Parts 1 & 2,⬙ The Equalizer, CBS, 1987. Savannah, ⬙Here’s to Good Friends,⬙ Roseanne, ABC, 1988. Libby Harcourt, ⬙Hi, Society,⬙ Newhart, CBS, 1989. Nancy Proctor, ⬙The Thief: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Matlock, NBC, 1989. Kate Morell, ⬙Time of the Stranger,⬙ In the Heat of the Night, NBC, 1989. Clara, ⬙A House Divided,⬙ The Young Riders, 1991. Susan Boyd, ⬙Animal Instinct,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1993. Jeannette Henderson, Crime and Punishment, NBC, 1993. 65

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 Awards, Honors: Saturn Award nomination, best actor, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, 1978, for Star Wars; Saturn Award, best actor, 1982, for Raiders of the Lost Ark; Saturn Award nomination, best actor, 1985, for Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom; Saturn Award nomination, best actor, 1991, for Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade; Academy Award nomination, best actor, 1985, Film Award nomination, best actor, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1986, Golden Globe Award nomination, best actor in a motion picture drama, 1986, and Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award, best actor, 1986, all for Witness; Golden Globe Award nomination, best actor in a motion picture drama, 1987, for The Mosquito Coast; Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite actor in an action film on video, Golden Globe Award nomination, best actor in a motion picture drama, MTV Movie Award nomination, best actor, and MTV Movie Award (with Tommy Lee Jones), best on–screen duo, all 1994, for The Fugitive; Special Award, box office star of the century, ShoWest Convention, National Association of Theatre Owners, 1994; Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, favorite actor in an action film on video and favorite actor in a theatrical action film, 1995, both for Clear and Present Danger; Golden Globe Award nomination, best actor in a motion picture comedy or musical, 1996, for Sabrina; named Man of the Year, Hasty Pudding Theatricals, 1996; Lifetime Achievement Award, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, 1996; Bambi Award, best international film, 1997, Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite actor in an action or adventure movie, 1998, MTV Movie Award nomination (with Gary Oldman), best fight, 1998, and Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite actor in a video, 1999, all for Air Force One; People’s Choice Award, favorite motion picture actor, 1998, 2000; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite actor in a comedy or romance, 1999, for Six Days Seven Nights; People’s Choice Award, favorite all–time movie star, 1999; People’s Choice Award nomination, favorite motion picture actor, 1999; Life Achievement Award, American Film Institute, 2000; Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite actor in a suspense movie, 2001, for What Lies Beneath; Cecil B. DeMille Award, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, 2002; Role Model Award, Young Hollywood Awards, 2003; Taurus Honorary Award, World Stunt Awards, 2003; received star on Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2003; Jules Verne Spirit of Nature Award, 2006; Teen Choice Award nomination, choice movie actor in an action adventure film, 2008, National Movie Award nomination (England), best actor, 2008, Saturn Award nomination, best actor, 2009, People’s Choice Award nominations, favorite actor and favorite onscreen match–up (with Shia LaBeouf), 2009, all for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull; various species of insects and arachnids were named in his honor because of his film roles.

Also appeared in productions of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Chain, The Crackwalker, Hay Fever, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Jammed, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Orpheus Descending, Ruffian on the Stair, Sexy Laundry at Hayworth Theatre, Los Angeles, and Still Life. RECORDINGS Videos: (Uncredited) Wendy Whitebread, Wal–Mart: The High Cost of Low Price, Brave New Films, 2005. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, August 31, 1992, pp. 83–84; February 23, 1998, p. 52.

FORD, Harrison 1942– (Harrison J. Ford) PERSONAL Born July 13, 1942, in Chicago, IL; son of Christopher (an actor and advertising executive) and Dorothy (a homemaker) Ford; brother of Terence Ford (an actor); married Mary Marquardt, June 18, 1964 (divorced, 1979); married Melissa Mathison (a screenwriter and producer) March 14, 1983 (divorced, 2004); companion of Calista Flockhart (an actress); children: (first marriage) Willard, Benjamin; (second marriage) Malcolm Carswell, Georgia; (with Flockhart) Liam (adopted). Education: Attended Ripon College, Ripon, WI, 1960–64. Avocational Interests: Flying planes, carpentry. Addresses: Office—3100 Donald Douglas Loop N., Suite 202, Santa Monica, CA 90405. Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor. Appeared in commercials for Lancia Lybra car, 1999; voice for Earthshare commercial, 2000, and environmental public service announcements; Experimental Aircraft Association, spokesperson for Young Eagles Program and for Lancaster Farmland Trust. Worked as a carpenter, chef, pizza maker, yacht broker, and management trainee for Bullock’s department store. Member: Conservation International (vice chair), Archaeological Institute of America (member of board of directors, 2008). 66

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FORD (Uncredited) Himself, Jimmy Hollywood, Paramount, 1994. Jack Ryan, Clear and Present Danger, Paramount, 1994. Actor for a day, A Hundred and One Nights (also known as Les cent et une nuits, a Hundred and One Nights of Simon Cinema, and Les cent et une nuits de Simon Cinema), Mercure Distribution, 1995. Linus Larrabee, Sabrina, Paramount, 1995. President James Marshall, Air Force One (also known as AFO), Columbia, 1997. Tom O’Meara, The Devil’s Own, Columbia, 1997. Quinn Harris, Six Days, Seven Nights, Buena Vista, 1998. Dutch Van Den Broeck, Random Hearts, Columbia, 1999. Dr. Norman Spencer, What Lies Beneath, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2000. Captain Alexei Vostrikov, K–19: The Widowmaker (also known as K*19: The Widowmaker, K–19— Showdown in der tiefe, and K–19: Terreur sous la mer), Paramount, 2002. Sergeant Joe Gavilan, Hollywood Homicide, Columbia, 2003. Jethro the bus driver, Water to Wine (short film), 2004. Jack Stanfield, Firewall, Warner Bros., 2006. Indiana Jones, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Paramount, 2008. Max Brogan, Crossing Over, Weinstein Company, 2009. Mike Pomeroy, Morning Glory, Paramount, 2009. (Uncredited) Himself, Bruno (also known as Bruno: Snipped), Universal, 2009. Dr. Robert Stonehill, Extraordinary Measures, CBS Films, 2010.

Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Bellhop, Dead Heat on a Merry–Go– Round, Columbia, 1966. (As Harrison J. Ford) Lieutenant Shaffer, A Time for Killing (also known as The Long Ride Home), Columbia, 1967. (Uncredited) Irate hippie motorist, Luv, Columbia, 1967. Willie Bill Bearden, Journey to Shiloh, Universal, 1968. Jake, Getting Straight, Columbia, 1970. (Uncredited) Arrested student, Zabriskie Point, Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1970. Bob Falfa, American Graffiti, Universal, 1973. Martin Stett, The Conversation, Paramount, 1974. Han Solo, Star Wars (also known as Star Wars: Episode IV—A New Hope, Star Wars IV: A New Hope, and La guerra de las estrellas), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1977. Ken ⬙Kenny⬙ Boyd, Heroes, Universal, 1977. Lieutenant Colonel Mike Barnsby, Force 10 from Navarone (also known as Alistair MacLean’s ⬙Force 10 from Navarone⬙), American International Pictures, 1978. Colonel Lucas, Apocalypse Now (expanded version released as Apocalypse Now Redux), United Artists, 1979. Tommy, The Frisco Kid (also known as No Knife), Warner Bros., 1979. David Halloran, Hanover Street, Columbia, 1979. (Uncredited) Officer Bob Falfa, More American Graffiti (also known as Purple Haze), 1979. Han Solo, The Empire Strikes Back (also known as Star Wars: Episode V—The Empire Strikes Back and Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1980. Indiana Jones, Raiders of the Lost Ark (also known as Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark), Paramount, 1981. Rick Deckard, Blade Runner (also known as Blade Runner: The Final Cut), Warner Bros., 1982. Han Solo, Return of the Jedi (also known as Star Wars: Episode VI—Return of the Jedi and Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1983. Indiana Jones, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Paramount, 1984. John Book, Witness, Paramount, 1985. Allie Fox, The Mosquito Coast, Warner Bros., 1986. Dr. Richard Walker, Frantic, Warner Bros., 1988. Jack Trainer, Working Girl, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1988. Indiana Jones, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Paramount, 1989. Rusty Sabich, Presumed Innocent, Warner Bros., 1990. Henry Turner, Regarding Henry, Paramount, 1991. Jack Ryan, Patriot Games, Paramount, 1992. Dr. Richard David Kimble, The Fugitive, Warner Bros., 1993.

Film Appearances; Documentaries: Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse, 1991. L’envers du decors: Portrait de Pierre Guffroy (also known as Behind the Scenes: A Portrait of Pierre Guffroy), 1991. L’universe de Jacques Demy (also known as The Universe of Jacques Demy and The World of Jacques Demy), 1995. Narrator, The Search for Life: Are We Alone?, American Museum of Natural History, 2002. Manufacturing Dissent, Liberation Entertainment, 2007. Narrator, Dalai Lama Renaissance, Wakan Films, 2008. (In archive footage) Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired, THINKFilm, 2008. (In archive footage) Les plages d’Agnes, 2008. Film Executive Producer: K–19: The Widowmaker (also known as K*19: The Widowmaker, K–19—Showdown in der Tiefe, and K–19: Terreur sous la mer), Paramount, 2002. Extraordinary Measures, CBS Films, 2010. 67

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Television Appearances; Specials: The Making of ⬙Star Wars,⬙ 1977. Han Solo, The Star Wars Holiday Special (also known as The ⬙Star Wars⬙ Christmas Special), 1978. (In archive footage) Han Solo, SPFX: The Empire Strikes Back, 1980. Host and narrator, Great Movie Stunts: Raiders of the Lost Ark, CBS, 1981. The Making of ⬙Raiders of the Lost Ark,⬙ 1981. (Uncredited) The Making of ⬙Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom,⬙ 1984. Great Adventurers and Their Quests: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, CBS, 1989. Premiere: Inside the Summer Blockbusters, Fox, 1989. Jack Ryan, The Secret World of Spying, 1992. Hollywood Hotshots, Fox, 1992. The Fox/MTV Guide to Summer ’92, Fox, 1992. Voice, Earth and the American Dream, HBO, 1993. ⬙George Lucas: Heroes, Myths, and Magic,⬙ American Masters, PBS, 1993. Narrator, Mustang: The Hidden Kingdom, 1994. A Century of Cinema, 1994. Presenter, The Walt Disney Company and McDonald’s Present the American Teacher Awards, The Disney Channel, 1995. American Cinema, PBS, 1995. ⬙James Earl Jones,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. The F.B.I., ABC, 1995. The American Film Institute Salute to Steven Spielberg, 1995. Narrator, Sex and the Silver Screen, Showtime, 1996. The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1997. Star Wars: The Magic and the Mystery, Fox, 1997. Tony Bennett: An All–Star Tribute—Live By Request, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. ⬙Harrison Ford, the Reluctant Hero,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. The Making of ⬙American Graffiti,⬙ 1998. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Warner Bros. 75th Anniversary: No Guts, No Glory, 1998. ⬙Queen Noor: Between Two Realms,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Narrator, Jane Goodall: Reason for Hope, PBS, 1999. From Star Wars to Star Wars: The Story of Industrial Light & Magic, Fox, 1999. People Profiles: Harrison Ford, Cable News Network, 1999. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: A Look Inside, 1999. The American Film Institute Salute to Harrison Ford, CBS, 2000. (In archive footage) Twentieth Century–Fox: The Blockbuster Years, 2000. What Lies Beneath: Constructing the Perfect Thriller, 2001. (Uncredited) R2–D2: Beneath the Dome, 2001. The Concert for New York City, VH1, 2001. Host, AFI’s 100 Years, 100 Thrills: America’s Most Heart–Pounding Movies, CBS, 2001. 68

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FORD Entertainment Tonight (also known as Entertainment This Week, E.T., ET Weekend, and This Week in Entertainment), syndicated, multiple appearances, beginning 2003. ⬙Vic Armstrong,⬙ This Is Your Life, BBC, 2003. Extra (also known as Extra: The Entertainment Magazine), syndicated, 2003. ⬙Sean Connery,⬙ Brits Go to Hollywood, 2003. (In archive footage) Celebrities Uncensored, E! Entertainment Television, 2003, 2004. Tinseltown TV, International Channel, 2004. (In archive footage) ⬙Holier than Thou,⬙ Penn & Teller: Bullshit!, Showtime, 2005. (In archive footage) Indiana Jones, ⬙Escape Slide Parachute,⬙ MythBusters, The Discovery Channel, 2005. (In archive footage) Indiana Jones, Tvist, 2005. (In archive footage) Han Solo, Magacine, 2005. (In archive footage) Cinema mil, Televisio de Catalunya (Spain), 2005. Corazon de ѧ, 2005, 2006. (In archive footage) Indiana Jones, ⬙Mega Movie Myths,⬙ MythBusters, The Discovery Channel, 2006. Getaway (also known as United Travel Getaway), Nine Network, 2006. ⬙Harrison Ford,⬙ The Hollywood Greats, BBC1, 2006. In the Mix (also known as In the Cutz), Urban America Channel, 2006. (In archive footage) Han Solo, ⬙Magnificent Movies,⬙ 20 to 1, Nine Network, 2006. Caiga quien caiga, 2006. Continuara, 2006. (In archive footage) On the Lot, Fox, 2007. (In archive footage) Rick Deckard, Pagina 2, 2007. The Movie Loft, 2008. Le grand journal de Canal+, 2008. Fantastico, 2008. Cinema tres, 2008. Eigo de shabera–night, 2008. (In archive footage) Rick Deckard, Banda sonora, 2009.

Television Appearances; Movies: Carl, The Intruders, NBC, 1970. Frank Crowder, Judgment: The Court Martial of Lieutenant William Calley, 1975. Mark Blackwood, Dynasty (also known as The Americans and James A. Michener’s ⬙Dynasty⬙), NBC, 1976. Television Appearances; Episodic: Tom Stowe, ⬙The Past Is Prologue,⬙ Ironside (also known as The Raymond Burr Show), NBC, 1967. Cullen Tindall, ⬙The Modoc Kid,⬙ The Virginian (also known as The Men from Shiloh), NBC, 1967. Young rancher, ⬙A Bad Place to Die,⬙ The Virginian (also known as The Men from Shiloh), NBC, 1967. (Uncredited) Beach patrol cop, ⬙The Teeth of the Barracuda,⬙ The Mod Squad, 1968. Glen Reverson, ⬙Caesar’s Wife,⬙ The F.B.I., 1969. ⬙The Hazing,⬙ My Friend Tony, NBC, 1969. Everett Giles, ⬙The Scapegoat,⬙ The F.B.I., 1969. Roger Crane, ⬙Love and the Former Marriage,⬙ Love, American Style, ABC, 1969. ⬙The Manufactured Man,⬙ Dan August, ABC, 1971. Print, ⬙The Sodbusters,⬙ Gunsmoke (also known as Gun Law and Marshal Dillon), CBS, 1972. Hobey, ⬙Whelan’s Men,⬙ Gunsmoke (also known as Gun Law and Marshal Dillon), CBS, 1973. Mr. Harrison, ⬙Cross–ties,⬙ Kung Fu, ABC, 1974. Tom Brannigan, ⬙Edge of Evil,⬙ Petrocelli, NBC, 1974. Older Indiana Jones, ⬙Mystery of the Blues,⬙ The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, ABC, 1993. Superstars of Action, 1993. Nyhetsmorgon, 1993, 1997, 2008. Dias de cine, 1994. (Uncredited; in archive footage) The Movie Show, 1995. Film ’72 (also known as Film ’96, Film 2002, Film of the Year, and The Film Programme), BBC, 1996, 2002. Narrator, ⬙The Lost American,⬙ Frontline, PBS, 1997. The Directors, multiple appearances, beginning 1997. Taet paa troldmanden George Lucas, 1997. Mundo VIP, 1997, 1998. ⬙The Making of ⬘Random Hearts’,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 1999. ⬙’What Lies Beneath’: Constructing the Perfect Thriller,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2000. Inside the Actors Studio (also known as Inside the Actors Studio: The Craft of Theatre and Film), Bravo, 2000. Legends, 2000. ⬙American Graffiti,⬙ VH–1 Where Are They Now?, VH1, 2002. ⬙Filmfestspiele Venedig,⬙ Leute heute, 2002.

Also appeared in American Style. Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: The Mike Douglas Show, 1977. The Merv Griffin Show, 1977. Dinah! (also known as Dinah! & Friends), 1977. The Alan Hamel Show, 1977. Aspel & Company, 1987. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (also known as Jay Leno), NBC, 1993, 2002, 2006, 2008. The Late Show with David Letterman (also known as The Late Show and Letterman), CBS, multiple appearances, beginning 1997. The Oprah Winfrey Show, syndicated, 1997. The Rosie O’Donnell Show, syndicated, 1997, 1998. Larry King Live, Cable News Network, 1997, 1999. 69

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The Magic Hour, syndicated, 1998. The Howard Stern Radio Show, 1999. Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, beginning 2000. Revealed with Jules Asner (also known as Revealed), E! Entertainment Television, 2002. RI:SE, 2002. The Daily Show (also known as A Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Global Edition, and Jon Stewart), Comedy Central, 2003, 2006. Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (also known as The Ellen Show), syndicated, 2006. Martha, syndicated, 2006. Sunrise, Seven Network, 2006. Breakfast, BBC, 2006. Live with Regis and Kelly, syndicated, 2006, 2008. The View, ABC, 2008. Jimmy Kimmel Live! (also known as Jimmy Kimmel), ABC, 2008. Up Close with Carrie Keagan, ABC, 2008. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 67th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, (in archive footage) 1986 and 1989, 1995, 1996. Presenter, The ѧ Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1994, 1999, 2003, 2008. The ѧ Annual People’s Choice Awards, CBS, 1998, 2000, 2006. 2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 2000. Presenter, The ѧ Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2000, 2003, 2006. The 59th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2002. Young Hollywood Awards, AMC, 2003. 2003 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 2003. 2003 ABC World Stunt Awards, ABC, 2003. The ѧ Primetime Emmy Awards, NBC, 2006, ABC, 2008. Presenter, 2007 Taurus World Stunt Awards, AMC, 2007. Scream Awards 2007, Spike, 2007, 2009. NRJ 12: Scream Awards, 2007. Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards, Nickelodeon, 2008. Television Appearances; Other: Paul Winjam, The Possessed (pilot), NBC, 1977. (In archive footage) Retrosexual: The 80’s (miniseries), VH1, 2004. Stage Appearances: Appeared in John Brown’s Body, Laguna Beach Playhouse, Laguna Beach, CA; also appeared in summer theater productions in William Bay, WI, including Damn Yankees and Little Mary Sunshine.

Video Games: (From archive footage) Voice of Han Solo, Star Wars: Battlefront, LucasArts Entertainment, 2004. (Uncredited; from archive footage) Voice of Han Solo, Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, LucasArts Entertainment/Feral Interactive, 2006.

RECORDINGS

OTHER SOURCES

Videos: Return of the Ewok, 1982. From Star Wars to Jedi: The Making of a Saga, 1983.

Books: Clinch, Minty, Harrison Ford: A Biography, New English Library, 1987. 70

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 Duke, Brad, Harrison Ford: The Films, McFarland and Co., 2004. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 3: Actors and Actresses, 4th edition, St. James Press, 2000. Jenkins, Garry, Harrison Ford: Imperfect Hero, Simon & Schuster, 1997. Pfeiffer, Lee, and Michael Lewis, The Films of Harrison Ford, Citadel Press, 1999. St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, St. James Press, 2000.

FREARS Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 10250 Constellation Way, 9th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067; Jenne Casarotto, Casarotto Ramsay and Associates Ltd., Waverly House, 7–12 Noel St., London W1F 8GQ, England. Career: Director, producer, and actor. Royal Court Theatre, London, assistant, 1964; began film career as assistant to film directors Lindsay Anderson, Karl Reisz, and Albert Finney; also worked as assistant director; director of television commercials. National Film School, Beaconsfield, England, lecturer in film, 1987, and holder of David Lean Chair in Direction. Cannes Film Festival, president of jury, 2007.

Periodicals: Darkhorizons, August 3, 2005. Entertainment Weekly, June 12, 1992, p. 14; December 26, 1997, p. 42; July 26, 2002, p. 30; February 17, 2006, pp. 45–47. Globe and Mail, July 18, 2005. Hollywood Life, January, 2006, pp. 92–95. Hollywood Reporter, June 23, 2006. Interview, June, 2003, p. 90. Maclean’s, July 15, 1991, pp. 44–45. Now, July 7, 2005. People Weekly, August 4, 1997, pp. 90–97; November 16, 1998, pp. 79–81; August 7, 2000, p. 92. Premiere, September, 1994, pp. 59–61; July, 2003, p. 120. Reader’s Digest, June, 2003, pp. 98–105. Redbook, July, 1998, pp. 80–85, 112. TV Guide, January 19, 2002, pp. 14–18, 47–48. USA Today, April 17, 2008, p. 1D. US Weekly, August 14, 2000. Washington Post, July 14, 2002. Zoo Weekly, March 31, 2006, p. 87.

Awards, Honors: Television Award nomination, best single drama, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1979, for ⬙Me! I’m Afraid of Virginia Woolf!,⬙ Six Plays by Alan Bennett; Television Award, best single play, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1982, for ⬙Going Gently,⬙ BBC2 Playhouse; Television Award nomination, best single drama, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1983, for Loving Walter; Television Award nomination, best single drama, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1984, for Saigon—Year of the Cat; Mystfest Award nomination, best film, 1984, for The Hit; Evening Standard British Film Award, best film, 1986, for My Beautiful Laundrette; Emmy Award nomination, c. 1988, for Loving Walter; nomination for Golden Palm, Cannes Film Festival, 1987, and Independent Spirit Award nomination, best foreign film, Independent Features Project/West, 1988, both for Prick Up Your Ears; Berlinale Camera Award, Berlin International Film Festival, 1989; Bodil Award, best non– European film, Film Award nomination, best direction, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Cesar Award, best foreign film, Academie des Arts et Techniques du Cinema, Sant Jordi Award and Audience Award, both best foreign film, Sant Jordi Awards, Fotogramas de Plata Award, best foreign film, and Guild Film Award in gold, best foreign film, Guild of German Art House Cinemas, all 1990, for Dangerous Liaisons; Academy Award nomination, best director, 1991, for The Grifters; People’s Choice Award, Toronto International Film Festival, and Silver Spike, Valladolid International Film Festival, both 1993, Television Award nomination (with others), best single drama, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and Cesar Award nomination, best foreign film, both 1994, all for The Snapper; nomination for Golden Palm, Cannes Film Festival, 1996, for The Van; nomination for Golden Berlin Bear, Berlin International Film Festival, 1996, for Mary Reilly; Douglas Sirk Award, Hamburg Film Festival, 1996; created officer, French Order of Arts and Letters, 1998, elevated to commander, 2009; Bronze Wrangler Award (with others), outstanding theatrical motion picture, Western Heritage Awards, Silver Berlin Bear, best director, and nomination for Golden Berlin Bear, both Berlin International Film Festival, all 1999,

Television Specials: ⬙Harrison Ford, the Reluctant Hero,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. People Profiles: Harrison Ford, Cable News Network, 1999. Harrison Ford: Just Another Pilot, 2002.

FREARS, Stephen 1941– PERSONAL Full name, Stephen Arthur Frears; born June 20, 1941, in Leicester, England; son of Russell E. (an accountant and medical doctor) and Ruth M. (a social worker) Frears; married Mary Kay Wilmers (an editor), c. 1966 (divorced); married Anne Rothenstein (a painter), 1992; children: (first marriage) Sam, William (a stage director); (second marriage) Francis, Lola. Education: Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. Avocational Interests: Reading, walking. 71

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for The Hi–Lo Country; nomination for Golden Spike, Valladolid International Film Festival, OCIC Award and nomination for Golden Lion, both Venice Film Festival, all 2000, for Liam; Diamond Award, Taormina International Film Festival, 2000; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding direction for a miniseries, movie, or special, 2000, and Directors Guild of America Award nomination, outstanding direction of a television movie, miniseries, or special, 2001, both (with Martin Pasetta) for Fail Safe; Sergio Trasatti Award and nomination for Golden Lion, both Venice Film Festival, 2002, Alexander Korda Award (with others), best British film, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Evening Standard British Film Award, best film, and British Independent Film Award, best director, all 2003, all for Dirty Pretty Things; Lifetime Achievement Award, Palm Springs International Film Festival, 2003; Maverick Tribute Award, Cinequest San Jose Film Festival, 2003; Special Prize for Outstanding Contribution to World Cinema, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, 2003; Television Award (with others), best single drama, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 2004, for The Deal; British Independent Film Award nomination, best director, and Hollywood World Award, Hollywood Film Festival, both 2005, London Critics Circle Film Award nomination, British director of the year, nomination for David di Donatello Award, best European film, and Golden Kinnaree Award, best film, Bangkok International Film Festival, all 2006, all for Mrs. Henderson Presents; Zurich Film Festival Award, 2006; Career Achievement Award, Chicago International Film Festival, 2006; Inspiration Award, Empire Awards, 2006; British Independent Film Award nomination, best director, Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, best director, Toronto Film Critics Association Award, best director, Satellite Award nomination, best director, International Press Academy, FIPRESCI Prize and nomination for Golden Lion, Venice Film Festival, and Audience Choice Award, Chicago International Film Festival, all 2006, Academy Award nomination, best achievement in directing, Golden Globe Award nomination, best director of a motion picture, David Lean Award for Direction and Alexander Korda Award (with others), for best British film, both British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Cesar Award nomination, best foreign film, Directors Guild of America Award nomination, outstanding directorial achievement in motion picture, Critics Choice Award nomination, best director, Broadcast Film Critics Association, London Critics Circle Film Award, British director of the year, European Film Award nomination, best director, and Audience Award nomination, best film, both European Film Awards, nomination for Robert Award, best non–American film, Robert Festival, Goya Award, best European film, nomination for David di Donatello Award, best European film, Bodil Award nomination, best non–American film, and MovieGuide Award, best film for mature audiences, all 2007, and Eagle Award nomination, best European film, Polish Film Awards, 2008, all for The Queen; Special Award, Evening Standard British Film Awards, 2007; Britannia

Award, artistic excellence in directing, British Academy of Film and Television Arts/Los Angeles, 2008; nomination for Golden Berlin Bear, 2009, for Cheri. CREDITS Film Director: The Burning, British Film Institute/Memorial Enterprises, 1967. Gumshoe, Columbia, 1972. The Hit, Island Alive, 1985. My Beautiful Laundrette, Orion Classics, 1986. Prick Up Your Ears, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1987. Sammy and Rosie Get Laid (also known as Sammy and Rosie), Cinecom International, 1987. Dangerous Liaisons, Warner Bros., 1988. The Grifters, Miramax, 1990. Hero (also known as Accidental Hero), Columbia, 1992. Mary Reilly, TriStar, 1996. The Van, Fox Searchlight, 1996. The Hi–Lo Country (also known as Hi–Lo Country—Im Land der letzten cowboys), Gramercy, 1998. High Fidelity, Buena Vista, 2000. Liam, Lions Gate Films, 2001. Dirty Pretty Things, Miramax, 2002. Mrs. Henderson Presents, Weinstein Company, 2005. The Queen (also known as La regina), Miramax, 2006. Cheri (also known as Cheri—Eine Komoedide der eitelkeiten), Miramax, 2009. Film Work; Other: Executive producer, Jean Charles, Imagem Films, 2009. Film Appearances: Biscuit man, Long Shot, Mithras, 1981. Narrator, Howard Hawks: American Artist, 1997. Voice of Lil’ Will, Rainbow Soup (short film), 2004. There Is No Direction, 2005. Headmaster, Moog, National Film and Television School, 2007. Schau mir in die augen, kleiner (also known as Here’s Looking at You, Boy, Here’s Looking at You, Boy— The Coming Out of Queer Cinema, and Schau mir in die augen, kleiner—Das Coming–Out des schwul–lesbischen films), 2007. (Uncredited) Narrator, Cheri (also known as Cheri— Eine Komoedide der eitelkeiten), Miramax, 2009. Great Directors, 2009. Television Director; Specials: A Day Out, BBC, 1971. England, Their England, BBC, 1971. ⬙Match of the Day,⬙ Second City Firsts, BBC, 1972. ⬙Sunset across the Bay,⬙ Play for Today, BBC, 1973. ⬙Early Struggles,⬙ Play for Today, BBC, 1975. ⬙Playthings,⬙ BBC2 Playhouse, BBC, 1976. 72

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FREARS ⬙The Charity Horse,⬙ Follyfoot, 1971. ⬙Know–All’s Nag,⬙ Follyfoot, 1971. ⬙The Distant Voice,⬙ Follyfoot, 1973. ⬙The Bullshitters: Roll Out the Gunbarrel,⬙ The Comic Strip Presents, Channel 4, 1984. ⬙Consuela, or, the New Mrs. Saunders,⬙ The Comic Strip Presents, Channel 4, 1986. ⬙Mr. Jolly Lives Next Door,⬙ The Comic Strip Presents, Channel 4, 1988.

Three Men in a Boat, BBC, 1976. (And producer) Last Summer, BBC, 1976. ⬙Abel’s Will⬙ BBC2 Play of the Week, BBC2, 1977. ⬙Last Summer,⬙ ITV Playhouse, ITV, 1977. ⬙Cold Harbour,⬙ ITV Playhouse, ITV, 1978. ⬙A Visit from Miss Protheroe,⬙ BBC2 Play of the Week, BBC2, 1978. ⬙Long Distance Information,⬙ Play for Today, BBC, 1979. Bloody Kids (also known as One Joke Too Many), BBC, 1980. ⬙Going Gently,⬙ BBC2 Playhouse, BBC, 1981. Saigon—Year of the Cat, Thames, 1983. Loving Walter (also known as Walter and June), Channel 4, 1983, PBS, 1988. December Flower, Granada, 1984, then as an episode of Great Performances, PBS, 1987. ⬙Song of Experience,⬙ Screen Two, 1986. Typically British (also known as The Century of Cinema and A Personal History of British Cinema by Stephen Frears), 1994. Fail Safe, CBS, 2000.

Television Work; Other: Executive producer, Beyond Fear, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Without Walls: The Obituary Show—Norman Wisdom, 1993. Typically British (also known as The Century of Cinema and A Personal History of British Cinema by Stephen Frears), 1994. Unforgettable Richard Beckinsale, 2000. All about Desire: The Passionate Cinema of Pedro Almodovar (also known as All about Desire), 2001. (Uncredited) Forever Ealing, TCM, 2002. The 100 Greatest Movie Stars, Channel 4, 2003. The 100 Greatest Sexy Moments, Channel 4, 2003. Channel 4 at 25, Channel 4, 2007. (In archive footage) Como conseguir un papel en Hollywood, 2007. (Uncredited; in archive footage) El organato llega a Hollywood, 2007. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Oscar, que empiece el espectaculo, 2008. (In archive footage) Buscando a Penelope, 2009.

Television Producer; Specials: (And director) ⬙Doris and Doreen,⬙ Six Plays by Alan Bennett, London Weekend Television, 1978. (And director) ⬙Afternoon Off,⬙ Six Plays by Alan Bennett, London Weekend Television, 1978. (And director) ⬙One Fine Day,⬙ Six Plays by Alan Bennett, London Weekend Television, 1978. (And director) ⬙Me! I’m Afraid of Virginia Woolf!,⬙ Six Plays by Alan Bennett, London Weekend Television, 1978. ⬙The Old Crowd,⬙ Six Plays by Alan Bennett, London Weekend Television, 1979. ⬙All Day on the Sands,⬙ Six Plays by Alan Bennett, London Weekend Television, 1979.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: I Love 1980’s, 2001. British Film Forever, BBC, 2007.

Television Director; Movies: The Cricket Match, 1973. Daft as a Brush, 1975. 18 Months to Balcomb Street, London Weekend Television, 1976. Black Christmas, 1977. Walter, 1982. The Last Company Car, 1983. The Snapper, 1993. The Deal, Channel 4, 2003. Skip Tracer, 2008.

Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙Stephen Frears: Londres, October 1988,⬙ Cinema cinemas, 1988. ⬙A Very British Picture,⬙ Hollywood U.K., 1993. Film ’72 (also known as Film ’96, Film 2006, Film of the Year, and The Film Programme), BBC, 1996, 2006. Magacine, 1996. ⬙Robert Altman in England,⬙ Omnibus, BBC, 2002. ⬙If ѧ,⬙ Cast & Crew, BBC4, 2004. ⬙My Beautiful Laundrette,⬙ Cast & Crew, BBC4, 2004. ⬙Michael Powell,⬙ Artworks Scotland, BBC Scotland, 2005. (In archive footage) Cinema mil, 2005. Cuatrosfera, Cuatro, 2006. Cinema tres (also known as Informatiu cinema), 2009.

Television Director; Episodic: ⬙The Deserter,⬙ Parkin’s Patch, 1969. ⬙Boys,⬙ Parkin’s Patch, 1969. ⬙The Walking Bomb,⬙ Tom Grattan’s War, 1970. ⬙Blind Man’s Bluff,⬙ Tom Grattan’s War, 1970. ⬙The Coward,⬙ Tom Grattan’s War, 1970. ⬙Badge of Fear,⬙ Tom Grattan’s War, 1970. ⬙Dora,⬙ Follyfoot, 1971.

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This Week, BBC, 2003. The Charlie Rose Show (also known as Charlie Rose), PBS, 2005. Sunday AM (also known as The Andrew Marr Show), BBC, 2007.

FREEMAN, Crispin 1972– (Crispen Freeman, Mark Percy) PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The ѧ Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1991, 2007. Screen Nation Television and Film Awards 2007, Sky Television, 2007.

Full name, Crispin McDougal Freeman; born February 9, 1972, in Chicago, IL; brother of Clark Freeman (an actor and producer) and Cassidy Freeman (an actress); married Izobel Carol (an artist), August 11, 2007. Education: Williams College, B.A., 1994; Columbia University, M.F.A., 1997. Avocational Interests: Sound design, radio theatre, computers, reading.

Stage Director: Waiting for Godot, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1964. Inadmissible Evidence, Royal Court Theatre, 1964. Television Times, Royal Shakespeare Company, Warehouse Theatre, London, 1980.

Addresses: Agent—Arlene Thornton and Associates, 12711 Ventura Blvd., Suite 490, Studio City, CA 91604. Career: Actor, voice artist, and writer. Also worked as a director of automatic dialogue replacement for English versions of anime productions. Public speaker and participated in conferences, expos, and conventions. Worked on a ranch in Montana. Also known as Mark Percy.

RECORDINGS Video Appearances: Mrs. Henderson Presents: Making Of, 2006. Video Director: (Uncredited) The Making of ⬙The Queen,⬙ Miramax, 2007.

Awards, Honors: American Anime Award nomination, best actor, 2007, for Hellsing. CREDITS

WRITINGS Television Appearances; English Voices for Anime Series: Voice of Kamikura, Tenchi Muyo! Ryo Oki (also known as No Need for Tenchi, No Need for Tenchi, This End Up!, Tenchi Muyo!, and Tenchi Muyo! Ryo– oh–ki), originally broadcast in Japan, beginning c. 1992, then Cartoon Network, 2000. Voice of Captain Justy Ueki Tylor (title role), The Irresponsible Captain Tylor (also known as Musekinin Kanchou Tylor), International Channel, originally released in Japan, 1993. Voice of Sho, Minerva no kenshi (also known as Fencer of Minerva and Minerva), originally released in Japan, 1994. Voice of Takeda, Ike! Inachu takkyu–bu (also known as Go! Inaho Middle School Ping–Pong Club, Go! Ina Junior High Ping–Pong Club, Ping–Pong Club, and Ping Pong Club), originally released in Japan, Tokyo Broadcasting System, 1995. Voice of Zelgadis Graywords, Prince Hallas, and actor A, Sureiyazu (also known as Reena & Gaudi, Slayers, and The Slayers), International Channel, The Anime Network, and Colours TV, originally released in Japan, TV Tokyo, 1995. Voice of Zelgadis Graywords, Slayers Next, International Channel and The Anime Network, originally released in Japan, TV Tokyo, 1996.

Screenplays: (With Neville Smith) Gumshoe, Columbia, 1972. Television Specials: Typically British (also known as The Century of Cinema and A Personal History of British Cinema by Stephen Frears), 1994. OTHER SOURCES Books: Encyclopedia of World Biography Supplement, Volume 28, Gale, 2008. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 2: Directors, 4th edition, St. James Press, 2000. Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, January 28, 1994; April 26, 2004, p. 10; September 25, 2006, p. C4; January 15, 2007, p. 2; February 2, 2007, p. 80. Variety, May 14, 2007, p. SS18; June 22, 2009, p. A1. 74

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Voice of Touga Kiryuu and Dios, Revolutionary Girl Utena (also known as Girl Revolution Utena, Girl Revolutionary Utena, Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Rose Collection, Ursula’s Kiss, Utena, and Shojo kakumei Utena), Anime Selects, FUNimation Channel, and The Anime Network, originally released in Japan, TV Tokyo, 1997. Voice of Zelgadis Graywords and others, Sureiyazu try (also known as Slayers Try), The Anime Network, originally broadcast by TV Tokyo, 1997. Voice of galactic emperor and other voices, Photon (also known as Photon: The Idiot Adventures), originally released in Japan, 1997–99. Voice of Grassrunner Maar, Spark, Garrack, Grober, and Gabera (some sources spell name Gaberra), Record of Lodoss War: Chronicles of the Heroic Knight (also known as Record of Lodoss War: Chronicles of the Heroic King and Lodoss to Senki: Eiyuu kishi den), originally released in Japan, 1998. Voice of Kouichiro ⬙Cole⬙ Iketani, Inisharu D (also known as Initial D and Initial D: Second Stage), originally released in Japan, Fuji Television, 1998. Voice of Kagetsu and others, Shamanic Princess, originally released in Japan, 1996, then Anime Selects, 2000. Voice of Shougo Amakusa, Rurouni Kenshin (also known as Kenshin the Wanderer, Ruroken, Rurouni Kenshin: Romance of a Meiji Swordsman, Samurai X, Kenshin, ang Manlalakbay na Samurai, Kenshin, el guerrero Samurai, Kenshin le vagabond, and Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan), originally broadcast by Animax South Asia and other networks, c. 1996–98, then Cartoon Network, 2000. Voice of Tabool, Now and Then, Here and There (also known as Ima, soko ni iru boku), originally released in Japan, WoWow, 1999–2000, then Sci–Fi Channel and Super Channel, beginning 2008. Voice of Manticore and Masami Saotome, Boogiepop Phantom (also known as Boogiepop Never Laughs, Bugipoppu fantomu: Bugipoppu wa warawanai, and Boogiepop Wa Warawanai), originally released in Japan, 2000. Voice of morgue military official and first lieutenant Dan Simmons, Argento Soma (also known as Argentosoma and Arujento soma), originally released in Japan, Bandai Channel and TV Tokyo, 2000–2001. Voice of Tenmei, Vandread (also known as Vandread: The Second Stage), originally released in Japan, Bandai Channel, WoWow, and Animax, 2000–2002, then Encore Action, beginning 2004. Voice of Captain Warrius Zero (title role), Cosmowarrior Zero (also known as Cosmo Warrior Zero), originally released in Japan, TV Tokyo, 2001. Voice of Hibiki Amawa and Seiko’s father, I My Me! Strawberry Eggs, originally released in Japan, 2001. Voice of Joker, Read or Die (also known as R.O.D. and R.O.D. Read or Die), originally released in Japan, Animax, 2001, also broadcast on the Sci–Fi Channel, then Cartoon Network, 2004. 75

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Gig, and Kokaku kidotai: Stand Alone Complex 2nd Gig), originally broadcast in Japan, then Cartoon Network and YTV (Canada), 2004–2006. Voice of Fire Leo, Viewtiful Joe, originally released in Japan, TV Tokyo, then The WB, beginning 2004, also 2007. Voice of Itachi Uchiha and others, Naruto, originally released in Japan, then TV Tokyo Cartoon Network and YTV (Canada), beginning 2005, Jetix, beginning 2006. Voice of Holland, Kokyo shihen Eureka Sebun (also known as Eureka 7, Eureka Seven Psalms of Planets, Psalms of Planets Eureka Seven, Psalms of Planets Eureka seveN, and Symphonic Poem Eureka Seven), originally released in Japan, 2005–2006, then Cartoon Network and YTV (Canada), 2006–2007. Voice of Karasu, Noein: Mo hitori no kimi he (also known as Noein and Noein: To Your Other Self), originally released in Japan, Chiba TV, 2005, then Sci–Fi Channel, 2007, Super Channel, 2007–2008. Voice of Kyon, Suzumiya Haruhi no yuutsu (also known as The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya and The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya), originally released in Japan, 2006. Voice of Haji, Joel Goldschmidt VI, and Vin Argiano, Blood+, originally released in Japan, Tokyo Broadcasting System, then Cartoon Network, beginning 2007. Voice of Kyon, Raki suta (also known as Lucky Star), originally released in Japan, 2007. Voice of Thomas H. Norstein, Digimon: Data Squad (also known as Digimon 5, Digimon: Savers, and Digimon: Season Five), originally released in Japan, Fuji Television, 2006–2007, then Jetix, beginning 2007, Family Channel (Canada), beginning 2008. Voice of Alucard, Hellsing (also known as Hellsing Ultimate and Hellsing Ultimate OVA Series), originally released in Japan, 2006, then in the U.S., 2008. Voice of Jeremiah Gottwald, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (also known as Itsuwari no kurasumeito, Kakuseu no shiroki kishi, Kodo giasu: Hangyaku no rurushu, and Majin ga umareta hi), originally released in Japan, 2006–2007, then Cartoon Network, 2008. Voice of Itachi Uchiha, Naruto Shippuden (also known as Naruto: Shippuden), originally released in Japan, beginning 2007, then in the U.S., beginning 2009. Voice of Zelgadis Graywords, Slayers Revolution–R (also known as Slayers R, Slayers Revolution, and Sureiyazu revolution), released in Japan, AT–X, beginning 2009.

Television Appearances; English Voices for Anime Miniseries: Voice of first host, Assemble Insert (also known as Assemburu Insaato), originally released in Japan, 1990. Voice of Emperor Taishakuten, RG Veda (also known as Holy Legend RG Veda, Holy Scripture RG Veda, and Seiden RG Veda), originally released in Japan, 1991. Voice of Mao Sakusaka, news announcer, and others, Seishojo kantai Virgin Fleet (also known as Virgin Fleet), originally released in Japan, Animax Asia, 1991. Voice of Descartes, Dante, Mataba, General Maraba, police officer, and hound B, Geobreeders (also known as Geobreeders: [File X] ⬙Get Back the Kitty⬙), originally released in Japan, 1998. Voice of Rosiel and Kira, Tenshi kinryoku (also known as Angel Sanctuary and Tenshi Kinryouku), originally released in Japan, 2000. Voice of Rei and Kikaider 00, Kikaida Zero Wan: The Animation (also known as Kikaider and Kikaider 01: The Animation), originally released in Japan, 2001, then in the U.S., 2003. Voice of Harold Hoerwick, .hack//Liminality Vol. 1: In the Case of Mai Minase, originally released in Japan, c. 2002–2003. Voice of Yuki’s brother, .hack//Liminality Vol. 2: In the Case of Yuki Aihara, originally released in Japan, c. 2002–2003. Voice of Balmung, .hack//Legend of the Twilight (also known as .hack//DUSK, .hack//Legend, .hack// Legend of the Twilight Bracelet, .hack//Tasogare no Udewa Densetsu, and .hack//Udeden), originally released in Japan, 2003, then Cartoon Network, 2004. Voice of Isaac Hammond, Strait Jacket, originally released in Japan, 2007, then Sci–Fi Channel, c. 2008. Television Appearances; English Voices for Anime Movies: Voices of villagers, Naruto Special: Battle at Hidden Falls. I Am the Hero! (also known as Mission: Protect the Waterfall Village, Naruto–Mission: Protect the Waterfall Village, Naruto, the Lost Story—Mission: Protect the Waterfall Village, and Takigakure no Shitou Ore ga Eiyuu Dattebayo!), originally released in Japan, 2004, then Cartoon Network, 2007, YTV (Canada), 2008. Voice of Togusa, Kokaku kidotai: Stand Alone Complex Solid State Society (also known as Ghost in the Shell 3, Ghost in the Shell: Solid State Society, Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex: Solid State Society, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: Solid State Society, and Kokaku kidotai: S.A.C.–S.S.S.), originally released in Japan, SKY PerfecTV!, 2006, then Sci–Fi Channel, 2007.

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Film Appearances; English Voices for Anime Films: Voice of Jim, Spirit of Wonder: China–san no yuutsu (also known as Spirit of Wonder: Miss China’s Melancholy and Spirit of Wonder: Miss China’s Ring), originally released in Japan, 1992. Voice of Touga Kiryuu and Prince, Shojo kakumei Utena: Adolescence mokushiroku (also known as The Adolescence of Uetna, Revolutionary Girl Utena, Revolutionary Girl Utena: Adolescence, Revolutionary Girl Utena: Adolescence Apocalypse, Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Movie, and Utena: The Movie), originally released in Japan, 1999. Voice of Jetter, Supesutoraberazu (also known as Space Travelers and Space Travelers: The Animation), originally released in Japan, Media Blasters, 2000. Voice of Kouichiro ⬙Cole⬙ Iketani, Initial D: Third Stage, originally released in Japan, 2001. Voice of Zelgadis Graywords, Slayers Premium, originally released in Japan, 2001. Voice of operator, Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (also known as Cowboy Bebop: Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door, Cowboy Bebop the Movie: Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door, and Cowboy Bebop: Tengoku no tobira), originally released in Japan, 2001, then in the U.S., 2002. Voice of Kronos and Lycon, Elysium, originally released in South Korea, Cinema Service, 2003. Voice of Omiji and Tsukekuro, Gekijo–ban Naruto: Daikatsugeki! Yukihime ninpocho dattebayo!! (also known as Naruto: It’s the Snow Princess’ Ninja Art Book! and Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow), originally released in Japan, Toho Company, 2004, then Viz Media, 2007. Voice of Prince Turnip, Hauru no ugoku shiro (also known as Howl’s Moving Castle), originally released in Japan, 2004, then Buena Vista, 2005. Voice of Togusa, Innocence (also known as Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence, Innocence Ghost in the Shell, Innocence: Ghost in the Shell, and Innocence—Inosensu), originally released in Japan, Toho International Theatres, 2004. Voice of Rude, Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children (also known as Advent Children and Compilation of Final Fantasy VII—Part Two—Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children), originally released in Japan, Square Enix, 2005.

Television Appearances; Live Action Specials: Himself, Anime: Drawing a Revolution (documentary), Starz!, 2007. Television Appearances; English Voices for Anime Episodes: Voice of Harold Hoerwick, ⬙Castle,⬙ .hack//SIGN, originally released in Japan, Bandai Channel and TV Tokyo, 2002, then Cartoon Network and YTV (Canada), 2003. Voice of Alex Rowe, ⬙Isolated Pawn,⬙ Last Exile (also known as LastEXILE), originally released in Japan, TV Tokyo, 2003, then TechTV, 2004. Voice of boom operator, ⬙The Rise of RitzeGreymon,⬙ Digimon: Data Squad (also known as Digimon 5, Digimon: Savers, and Digimon: Season Five), originally released in Japan, Fuji Television, then Family Channel (Canada) and Jetix, c. 2007. Voice of photographer, ⬙The Singer’s Secret,⬙ Digimon: Data Squad (also known as Digimon 5, Digimon: Savers, and Digimon: Season Five), originally released in Japan, Fuji Television, then Family Channel (Canada) and Jetix, c. 2007. Television Appearances; Voices for Animated Episodes: Voice of Riddle and Sylla, ⬙Z Is for Zenith,⬙ W.I.T.C.H., ABC Family, ABC, and BBC, 2006. Voice of Jamie Madrox/Multiple Man, ⬙eXcessive Force,⬙ Wolverine and the X–Men, Nicktoons, 2008. Television Appearances; Live Action Episodes: Appeared as a servant in an episode of Guiding Light (also known as The Guiding Light), CBS. Television Appearances; Animated Pilots: Voice of Zander, Battle Force: Andromeda (also known as Galaxy Force), Sci–Fi Channel, 2002. Television Work; Anime Series: Voice of Campanella, Miyazawa Kenji—Ginga–tetsudo no yoru/Nokto de la galaksia fervojo de Miyazawa Kenji (also known as Galactic Railroad, Night on the Galactic Railroad, and Night on the Milky Way Railroad), originally released in Japan, 1985, dubbed version released, Herald Ace, 1986, then in the U.S., c. 2001. Additional voices, Digimon: Digital Monsters (also known as Digimon Adventure, Digimon 02, Digimon 03, and Digimon: Season 3), released in Japan, Fuji Television, 1999–2000, then Fox, 1999–2002, ABC, 2002–2003. Automatic dialogue replacement director, Sukurappudo purinsesu (also known as Scrapped Princess and Sutepri), originally released in Japan, Kids Station and WoWow, 2003, then ImaginAsian TV, beginning 2008.

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Field, 1997, and Blue Light Theatre Company, McGinn/Cazale Theatre, New York City, 2000. Priest, Machinal, Two River Theatre Company, Red Bank, NJ, 1998. Young Scrooge, A Christmas Carol, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati, OH, c. 1998. Thomas Jefferson, House Arrest: An Introgression (also known as House Arrest), American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA, then Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 1999. Demetrius, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare on the Sound, Norwalk, CT, 2000. Simon Bliss, Hay Fever, Alley Theatre, Houston, TX, 2000. Tybalt and the nurse, Shakespeare’s ⬙R & J,⬙ Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, 2000. Dorian Gray, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Irish Repertory Theatre, New York City, 2001.

Film Work; Additional Voices for Anime Films: Hotaru no haka (also known as Grave of the Fireflies, Tombstone for Fireflies, and Tombstone for the Fireflies), originally released in Japan, Toho Company, 1988. Gekijo–ban Naruto: Daigekitotsu! Maboroshi no chitei iseki dattebayo! (also known as Naruto’s big clash in the Theatre! The illusion of the ruins in the Depths of the Earth, Naruto the Movie: The Great Clash! The Phantom Ruins in the Depths of the Earth, Naruto the Movie 2: Legend of the Stone Gelel, and Gekijyouban Naruto Daigekitotsu! Maboroshi no Chiteiiseki dattebayo!), originally released in Japan, Toho Company, 2005, then in the U.S., 2008. Ponyo (also known as Ponyo on the Cliff, Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea, Untitled Hayao Miyazaki Project, and Gake no ue no Ponyo), originally released in Japan, Toho Company, 2008, then Walt Disney Company, 2009.

Appeared in other productions, including appearances as Walt Whitman, Coelacanth, and as Mack, Dead Reckoning, both Cherry Lane Alternative; as Dionysus, The Bacchae, Williamstown Theatre Festival; and as Harvey Berman, Common Infractions, Gross Injustices, American Repertory Theatre.

Film Work; Additional Voices for Animated Films: Ice Age: The Meltdown (also known as Ice Age 2 and Ice Age 2: The Meltdown), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2006.

RECORDINGS Videos; English Voices for Anime Videos: Voice of Alucard, Hellsing I, Geneon Entertainment, 2006. Voice of Alucard, Hellsing III, Geneon Entertainment, 2006. Voice of Alucard, Hellsing II, Geneon Entertainment, 2007. Voice of Alucard, Hellsing IV, Satelight, 2008.

Film Sound Work; Live Action Short Films: Sound recordist, Sundown, 2002. Sound technician, Missing Persons, Sight Unseen Theatre Group, c. 2003. Automatic dialogue replacement recordist, Oedipus (also known as Oedipus: The Movie), 2004. Boom operator, Simulacrum, 2009. Stage Appearances: Singer and dancer, The Golden Bird, La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, New York City, c. 1995. Hans, Trojan Women: A Love Story, En Garde Arts, New York City, 1996. Billy Bitzer, American Silents, Columbia University, Raw Space, New York City, 1997. Chronicle reporter, Johnny on a Spot, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Main Stage, Williamstown, MA, 1997. First G man, Dead End, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Main Stage, 1997. Kevin, to whom it may concern, Mad Dog of New York, Bitef (Belgrade International Theatre Festival), Belgrade, Serbia, 1997. Member of the ensemble and understudy for the role of Rodolpho, A View from the Bridge, Criterion Center Stage Right, New York City, 1997–98, then Neil Simon Theatre, New York City, 1998. Emperor Altoum, Princess Turandot, Williamstown Theatre Festival, The Free Theater, Buxton School

Provided voices for various Japanese anime recordings. Live Action Videos: Himself, Spider–Man: Re–Animated (short documentary), Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2009. Video Game Voices: Voice of Shuda and Sieg Hart, Groove Adventure Rave: Fighting Live (also known as Rave Master), Konami Digital Entertainment America, 2002. Voice of Balmung, .hack//Akusei heni vol. 2 (also known as .hack//Mutation and .hack//Mutation Part 2), Bandai Games, 2003. Voice of Balmung, .hack//Shinshoku osen vol. 3 (also known as .hack//Outbreak and .hack//Outbreak w), Bandai Games, 2003. Voice of Ebisu and Genma Shiranui, Naruto: Narutimetto hiro (also known as Naruto: Ultimate Ninja), Namco Bandai Games America, 2003. 78

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Voice of Heughes, Baten Kaitos II: Hajimari no tsubasa to kamigami no shishi (also known as Baten Kaitos Origins), Nintendo of America, 2006. Voice of high officer A, Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops, Konami Digital Entertainment America, 2006. (Uncredited) Voice of Holland Novak, Eureka sebun: New Vision (also known as Eureka Seven Vol 2: The New Vision), Namco Bandai Games America, 2006. Voice of Sakaki, .hack//G.U. Vol. 1: Saitan (also known as .hack//G.U. Vol. 1//Rebirth), Namco Bandai Games America, 2006. Voice of Sakaki, Azure Balmung, and others, .hack// G.U. Vol. 2: Kimi omo koe (also known as .hack// G.U. Vol. 2//Reminisce), Namco Bandai Games America, 2006. Voice of Superman, Justice League Heroes (also known as Justice League Heroes: The Flash), Eidos Interactive/Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, 2006. (Uncredited) Voice of Taskent Eagle, Project Sylpheed (also known as Project Sylpheed: Arc of Deception), Microsoft Game Studios, 2006. Voice of Unseel and members of defense force, Armored Core 4, Sega of America, 2006. (As Crispen Freeman) Voice of Will Turner, second fort guard, villager, and Tortuga drunks, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Legend of Jack Sparrow, Bethesda Softworks, 2006. Voice of Winter Soldier, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, Activision, 2006. Voice, Company of Heroes, THQ, 2006. Voice, Hitman: Blood Money, Eidos Interactive, 2006. Voice, Titan Quest, 2006. Voices, The Sopranos: Road to Respect, THQ, 2006. Voice of Gale Dorban and Jaus, Rogue Galaxy, Sony Computer Entertainment America, 2007. Voice of Koba Kai and third wingman, Lair, Sony Computer Entertainment America, 2007. Voice of Leonidas and Persian champion, 300: March to Glory, 2007. Voice of Prince Zessus, Universe at War: Earth Assault, Petroglyph Entertainment, 2007. Voice of Rude, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, Square Enix, 2007. Voice of Sakaki, Azure Balmung, and others, .hack// G.U. Vol. 3: Aruku you na hayasa de (also known as .hack//G.U. Vol. 3: Redemption), Namco Bandai Games America, 2007. Voice of Setzer Gabbiani, Will Turner, and others, Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix+, Square Enix, 2007. Voice of Will Turner, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, Eurocom Entertainment Software, 2007. Voice of Will Turner, Pirates of the Caribbean Online, Walt Disney Internet Group, 2007. Voice of Thomas H. Norstein, Digimon World Data Squad, c. 2007. Voice of Baldur, Too Human, Microsoft Game Studios, 2008.

Voice of enemy soldiers and MGO soldiers, Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (also known as Metal Gear Solid 4 and MGS4), Konami Digital Entertainment, 2008. Voice of Myron Reducto, Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, 2008. Voice of Ahkmenrah and French trooper, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, Majesco Entertainment, 2009. Voice of Iron Man and Winter Soldier, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 (also known as Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2: Fusion), Savage Entertainment, 2009. Voice of Legolas Greenleaf and young male Hobbit, Lord of the Rings: Conquest, Electronic Arts, 2009. Voice, Watchmen: The End Is Nigh (also known as Watchmen: The End Is Nigh—The Complete Experience and Watchmen: The End Is Nigh—Parts 1 and 2; consists of Watchmen: The End Is Nigh— Part 1 and Watchmen: The End Is Nigh—Part 2), Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, 2009. Voices, Halo Wars, Microsoft Studios, 2009. Video Game Motion Actor: Akumajo Dorakiyura: Yami no juin (also known as Castlevania: Curse of Darkness), Konami, 2005. Tomb Raider: Underworld (also known as Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend II and Tomb Raider 8), Crystal Dynamics, 2008. WRITINGS Teleplays; English Scripts for Anime Episodes: ⬙Ditto’s Mysterious Mansion,⬙ Pokemon (also known as Pocket Monsters, Pokemon: Advanced, Pokemon: Advanced Battle, Pokemon: Advanced Challenge, Pokemon: Battle Frontier, Pokemon—The Johto Journey, Pokemon: The Johto Journeys, Pokemon: Johto League Champions, and Pokemon: Master Quest), originally released in Japan, TV Tokyo and Kids Station, then The WB, Cartoon Network, and syndicated, c. 1998. ⬙The Kangaskhan Kid,⬙ Pokemon (also known as Pocket Monsters, Pokemon: Advanced, Pokemon: Advanced Battle, Pokemon: Advanced Challenge, Pokemon: Battle Frontier, Pokemon—The Johto Journey, Pokemon: The Johto Journeys, Pokemon: Johto League Champions, and Pokemon: Master Quest), originally released in Japan, TV Tokyo and Kids Station, then The WB, Cartoon Network, and syndicated, c. 1998. His and Her Circumstances (also known as Tales at North Hills High), originally released in Japan, TV Tokyo, 1998–99. ⬙Bad to the Bone,⬙ Pokemon (also known as Pocket Monsters, Pokemon: Advanced, Pokemon: Advanced Battle, Pokemon: Advanced Challenge, Pokemon: Battle Frontier, Pokemon—The Johto Journey, Pokemon: The Johto Journeys, Pokemon: 80

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FREEMAN (a barber; some sources cite father’s name as Morgan Porterfield) and Mayme Edna (maiden name, Revere) Freeman; married Jeanette Adair Bradshaw, October 22, 1967 (divorced, 1979); married Myrna Colley–Lee (a costume and set designer), June 16, 1984 (marriage ended, 2008); children: (with Jeanette Adair Bradshaw) Deena, (with Bradshaw) Morgana, Alphonso (an actor), Saifoulaye. Education: Attended Los Angeles City College, 1959–60; trained for the stage at Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena, CA. Avocational Interests: Sailing, flying (private pilot license).

Johto League Champions, and Pokemon: Master Quest), originally released in Japan, TV Tokyo and Kids Station, then The WB, Cartoon Network, and syndicated, c. 1999. Boogiepop Phantom (also known as Boogiepop Never Laughs, Bugipoppu fantomu: Bugipoppu wa warawanai, and Boogiepop Wa Warawanai), originally released in Japan, 2000. Automatic dialogue replacement scripts, Sukurappudo purinsesu (also known as Scrapped Princess and Sutepri), originally released in Japan, Kids Station and WoWow, 2003, then ImaginAsian TV, beginning c. 2008.

Addresses: Office—Revelations Entertainment, 1221 Second St., 4th Floor, Santa Monica, CA 90401. Agent—Fred Specktor, Creative Artists Agency, 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Publicist— Donna Lee, Bizcuit Publicity, 590 Madison Ave., 21st Floor, New York, NY 10022.

Did adaptations for Pokemon (also known as Pocket Monsters, Pokemon: Advanced, Pokemon: Advanced Battle, Pokemon: Advanced Challenge, Pokemon: Battle Frontier, Pokemon—The Johto Journey, Pokemon: The Johto Journeys, Pokemon: Johto League Champions, and Pokemon: Master Quest), originally released in Japan, TV Tokyo and Kids Station, then The WB, Cartoon Network, and syndicated.

Career: Actor, director, and producer. Revelations Entertainment, Santa Monica, CA, cofounder and president; also principal executive of Digital Revelations and Global Revelations. Member of Opera Ring musical theatre group, San Francisco, CA, 1960s; Frank Silvera Writers’ Workshop, founding member. Appeared in commercials, including appearance for ⬙Be a Mentor⬙ program, Save the Children Foundation, 1999, and voice for radio public service announcements. Cairo Film Festival, guest of honor, 2006. Owner of a farm in Mississippi; co–owner of Madidi Restaurant, Clarksdale, MS, beginning 2001, and Ground Zero Blues Clubs in Clarksdale, beginning 2001, and in Philadelphia, MS, beginning 2008; Earth Biofuels, Inc., member of board of directors, 2005. Military service: U.S. Air Force, mechanic, 1955–59.

Teleplays; Animated Episodes: ⬙Capture,⬙ G.I. Joe: Sigma 6, c. 2005. Screenplays; English Adaptations of Scripts for Anime Films: (With Neil Nadelman) Miyazawa Kenji—Ginga–tetsudo no yoru/Nokto de la galaksia fervojo de Miyazawa Kenji (also known as Galactic Railroad, Night on the Galactic Railroad, and Night on the Milky Way Railroad), originally released in Japan, 1985, dubbed version released, Herald Ace, 1986, then c. 2001. Supesutoraberazu (also known as Space Travelers and Space Travelers: The Animation), originally released in Japan, Media Blasters, 2000.

Member: Actors’ Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

OTHER SOURCES

Awards, Honors: Clarence Derwent Award, Actors’ Equity Association, Drama Desk Award, outstanding featured actor in a play, and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actor in a featured role, all 1978, for The Mighty Gents; Obie Awards, outstanding performance, Village Voice, 1980, for Mother Courage and Her Children and Coriolanus, 1984, for Gospel at Colonus, and 1987, for Driving Miss Daisy; New York Film Critics Circle Award and Los Angeles Film Critics Award, both best supporting actor, 1987, Golden Globe Award nomination, best supporting actor in a motion picture, National Society of Film Critics Award, Academy Award nomination, and Independent Spirit Award, Independent Features Project/West, all best supporting actor, 1988, all for Street Smart; Annual CableACE Award nomination, best supporting actor in a movie or miniseries, National Cable Television Association, 1989, for Clinton and Nadine; Achievement

Periodicals: Animerica, January, 1999. Electronic: Crispin Freeman Professional Voiceover, http://www. crispinfreeman.com, August 21, 2009.

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Award nomination, best actor, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, 1989, for Lean on Me, Johnny Handsome, and Driving Miss Daisy; National Board of Review Award, best actor, 1989, Golden Globe Award, best actor in a musical or comedy film, Academy Award nomination, best actor, Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award, best actor, and Silver Berlin Bear (with Jessica Tandy), best acting team, Berlin International Film Festival, all 1990, and Image Award, outstanding lead actor in a motion picture, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1992, all for Driving Miss Daisy; Image Award, outstanding lead actor in a motion picture, 1991, for Lean on Me; MTV Movie Award nomination (with Kevin Costner), best on–screen duo, 1992, for Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves; Bronze Wrangler Award (with others), best theatrical motion picture, Western Heritage Awards, 1993, for Unforgiven; William Shakespeare Award for Classical Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre, 1993; Golden Globe Award nomination, best actor in a motion picture drama, Academy Award nomination, best actor, Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, outstanding actor in a leading role, and Chlotrudis Award, best actor, all 1995, for The Shawshank Redemption; Image Award nomination, outstanding lead actor in a motion picture, Saturn Award nomination, best actor, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, and MTV Movie Award nomination (with Brad Pitt), best on– screen duo, all 1996, Empire Award, best actor, and London Critics Circle Film Award, actor of the year, both 1997, all for Seven; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite actor in a suspense film, 1998, for Kiss the Girls; Image Award, outstanding supporting actor in a motion picture, 1998, for Amistad; Crystal Iris Award, Brussels International Film Festival, 1998; Career Achievement Award, Acapulco Black Film Festival, 1998; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite actor in a science fiction film, and Image Award, outstanding supporting actor in a motion picture, both 1999, for Deep Impact; Hollywood Discovery Award, outstanding achievement in acting, Hollywood Film Festival, 2000; Joseph Plateau Life Achievement Award, Flanders International Film Festival, 2000; Image Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor in a motion picture, Black Reel Award nomination, best actor in a theatrical film, and Golden Satellite Award nomination, best supporting actor in a comedy or musical, International Press Academy, all 2001, for Nurse Betty; Lifetime Achievement Award, Philadelphia Festival of World Cinema, 2001; Image Award nominations, outstanding actor in a motion picture, 2002, for Along Came a Spider, and 2003, for High Crimes; Black Reel Award nomination, best supporting actor in a theatrical film, 2003, for The Sum of All Fears; Career Achievement Award, National Board of Review, 2003; Special Prize for Outstanding Contribution to World Cinema, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, 2003; received star on Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2003; Teen Choice Award nomination (with Jim Carrey), choice movie chemistry, 2003, Image Award, best supporting actor in a motion picture, Black

Reel Award nomination, best supporting actor, and BET Comedy Award nomination, best supporting actor in a box–office movie, Black Entertainment Television, all 2004, all for Bruce Almighty; Lifetime Achievement Award, Denver International Film Festival, 2004; Golden Globe Award nomination and Image Award, both best supporting actor in a motion picture, Academy Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, Black Reel Award nomination, Critics Choice Award nomination, Broadcast Film Critics Association, and Vancouver Film Critics Circle Award, all best supporting actor, and Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding cast performance in a motion picture, all 2005, for Million Dollar Baby; Black Movie Award nomination, best supporting actor, 2005, for Batman Begins; Camie Award (with others), Character and Morality in Entertainment Awards, 2006, for The March of the Penguins; Spencer Tracy Award, University of California, Los Angeles, 2006; King Vidor Memorial Award, San Luis Obispo International Film Festival, 2006; Golden Pyramid, Cairo International Film Festival, 2006; Kennedy Center Honors, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 2008; Critics Choice Award nomination, Broadcast Film Critics Association, and People’s Choice Award, Procter & Gamble Productions, both best ensemble (with others), 2009, for The Dark Knight. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Man on the street, The Pawnbroker, 1965. (Uncredited) A Man Called Adam, 1966. (Uncredited) Grand Central commuter, Where Were You When the Lights Went Out?, 1968. Afro, Who Says I Can’t Ride a Rainbow? (also known as Barney), Transvue, 1971. Chris, Blade, 1973. Title role, Coriolanus, 1979. Walter, Brubaker, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1980. Lieutenant Black, Eyewitness (also known as The Janitor), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1981. Siemanowski, Harry & Son, Orion, 1984. Lewis, Teachers, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1984. Charles Traughber, Marie (also known as Marie: A True Story), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1985. Charlie Woods, That Was Then ѧ This Is Now, Paramount, 1985. Fast Black, Street Smart, Cannon, 1987. Craig, Clean and Sober, Warner Bros., 1988. Hoke Colburn, Driving Miss Daisy, Warner Bros., 1989. Sergeant Major John Rawlins, Glory, TriStar, 1989. Lieutenant A. Z. Drones, Johnny Handsome, TriStar, 1989. Principal Joe ⬙Crazy Joe⬙ Clark, Lean on Me, Warner Bros., 1989. Judge Leonard White, The Bonfire of the Vanities, Warner Bros., 1990. 82

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Major Frank Carden, The Contract, First Look International, 2007. God, Evan Almighty, Universal, 2007. Jack Doyle, Gone Baby Gone, Miramax, 2007. Harry Stevenson, Feast of Love, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 2007. Carter Chambers, The Bucket List, Warner Bros., 2007. Sloan, Wanted, Universal, 2008. Lucius Fox, The Dark Knight (also known as Batman: The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight: The IMAX Experience), Warner Bros., 2008. Charles, The Maiden Heist, Yari Film Group, 2008. Keith Ripley, Thick as Thieves (also known as The Code), First Look International, 2009. Nelson Mandela, Invictus, Warner Bros., 2009.

Azeem, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Warner Bros., 1991. Geel Piet, The Power of One (also known as La puissance de l’ange), Warner Bros., 1992. Ned Logan, Unforgiven, Warner Bros., 1992. Ellis Boyd ⬙Red⬙ Redding, The Shawshank Redemption (also known as Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption), Columbia, 1994. Brigadier General Billy Ford, Outbreak, Warner Bros., 1995. Detective Lieutenant William Somerset, Seven (also known as Se7en), New Line Cinema, 1995. Paul Shannon, Chain Reaction, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1996. Hibble, Moll Flanders, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1996. Narrator, The Long Way Home, Seventh Art Releasing, 1996. Narrator, Cosmic Voyage, 1996. Theodore Joadson, Amistad, DreamWorks, 1997. Dr. Alex Cross, Kiss the Girls, Paramount, 1997. President Tom Beck, Deep Impact, DreamWorks, 1998. Jim, Hard Rain (also known as Flood and Pluie d’enfer), Paramount, 1998. Captain Victor Benezet, Under Suspicion (also known as Suspicion), Lions Gate Films, 1999. Charlie, Nurse Betty (also known as Nurse Betty— Gefaehrliche Traeume), USA Films, 2000. Alex Cross, Along Came a Spider (also known as Im Netz der spinne and Le masque de l’araignee), Paramount, 2001. Charles W. ⬙Charlie⬙ Grimes, High Crimes, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2002. Narrator, Partners of the Heart, Duke Media/Spark Media, 2002. Deputy Chief Inspector William Cabot, The Sum of All Fears (also known as Der Anschlag), Paramount, 2002. Miles Evans, Levity, Studio Canal, 2003. Colonel Abraham Curtiss, Dreamcatcher, Warner Bros., 2003. God, Bruce Almighty, Universal, 2003. Walter Crewes, The Big Bounce, Warner Bros., 2003. Police Lieutenant Redding, Guilty by Association, Artisan Entertainment, 2003. Eddie Scrap–Iron Dupris, Million Dollar Baby, Warner Bros., 2004. Sam, Danny the Dog (also known as Unleashed), Focus Features/Rogue Pictures, 2005. Lucius Fox, Batman Begins (also known as Batman Begins: The IMAX Experience), Warner Bros., 2005. Narrator, War of the Worlds, Paramount, 2005. Mitch Bradley, An Unfinished Life (also known as Ein ungezaehmtes leben), Miramax, 2005. Moses Ashford, Edison (also known as Edison Force), Redbus Film Distribution, 2005. The boss, Lucky Number Slevin (also known as Lucky Ⲇ Slevin, Lucky Number S7even, and The Wrong Man), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2006. Him, 10 Items or Less, ClickStar–THINKFilm, 2006.

Documentary Film Appearances: Narrator, The True Story of ⬙Glory⬙ Continues, 1991. Screening, 1998. Cannes: Through the Eyes of the Hunter, 2001. Narrator, The Hunting of the President, Regent Releasing, 2004. Narrator, A Remarkable Promise (short political promotion), Allentown Productions/Don Mischer Productions, 2004. Narrator, March of the Penguins (also known as The Emperor’s Journey and La marche de l’empereur), National Geographic Feature Films/Warner Independent Pictures, 2005. Blues Divas, Blue M Productions/Mississippi Public Broadcasting, 2005. Voice of Neil Armstrong, Magnificent Desolation: Walking on the Moon 3D (animated short film), IMAX, 2005. Greasy Rider, Greasecar Vegetable Fuel Systems, 2006. Voice, Where the Water Meets the Skys, 2008. Delta Rising, Tin Can Films, 2009. The People Speak, Artfire Films, 2009. Film Executive Producer: Under Suspicion (also known as Suspicion), Lions Gate Films, 1999. Along Came a Spider (also known as Im Netz der spinne and Le masque de l’araignee), Paramount, 2001. Levity, Columbia, 2003. 10 Items or Less, ClickStar–THINKFilm, 2006. Invictus, Warner Bros., 2009. Film Work; Other: Director, Bopha!, Paramount, 1993. Producer, The Maiden Heist, Yari Film Group, 2008. Television Appearances; Movies: Ralph Simmons (Sweet Talk), Hollow Image, ABC, 1979. Hap Richards, Attica, ABC, 1980. 83

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Clarence Collins, ⬙The Marva Collins Story,⬙ Hallmark Hall of Fame (also known as Hallmark Television Playhouse), CBS, 1981. Dr. Sherard, Fight for Life, ABC, 1987. Dorsey Pratt, Clinton and Nadine (also known as Blood Money: The Story of Clinton and Nadine and Night Hunt), HBO, 1988. Mutiny, NBC, 1999. (Uncredited) Narrator, A Raisin in the Sun, PBS, 2008.

AFI Salute to Sidney Poitier (also known as The 20th Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award), NBC, 1992. Eastwood and Co. Making ⬙Unforgiven⬙ (also known as Clint Eastwood on Westerns), ABC, 1992. Narrator, ⬙Volga, the Soul of Russia,⬙ National Geographic Explorer, TBS, 1993. Concert of the Americas (also known as The Kennedy Center Presents), PBS, 1994. Hollywood Stars: A Century of Cinema (also known as A Century of Cinema), The Discovery Channel, 1995. Voice of Edward G. Robinson, Blacklist: Hollywood on Trial, AMC, 1996. Narrator, National Geographic’s ⬙Inside the White House⬙ (also known as Inside the White House), PBS, 1996. Warner Bros. Story: No Guts, No Glory—75 Years of Award Winners, TNT, 1998. Warner Bros. Story: No Guts, No Glory—75 Years of Laughter, TNT, 1998. Screening, Sundance Channel, 1998. AFI’s 100 Years ѧ 100 Stars (also known as AFI’s 100 Years ѧ 100 Stars: America’s Greatest Legends), CBS, 1999. Host, Scandalize My Name, Stories from the Blacklist, Black Entertainment Television, 1999. The Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize Celebrating the Humor of Richard Pryor, Comedy Central, 1999. The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, CBS, 1999, 2000. A Home for the Holidays, CBS, 1999. (In archive footage) ⬙Sidney Poitier: One Bright Light,⬙ American Masters, PBS, 2000. AFI’s 100 Years, 100 Laughs: America’s Funniest Movies, CBS, 2000. Acapulco Black Film Festival, 2000. The Great American History Quiz: The Presidents, History Channel, 2000. Narrator, ⬙Clint Eastwood: Out of the Shadows,⬙ American Masters, PBS, 2000. Canned Ham: Nurse Betty, Comedy Central, 2000. AFI’s 100 Years, 100 Thrills: America’s Most Heart– Pounding Movies, CBS, 2001. Shawshank: The Redeeming Feature, Channel 4, 2001. Independence Day 2001, ABC, 2001. The Living Blues, TBS, 2003. Once upon a Time in Utah, Sundance, BBC, 2003. The 100 Greatest Movie Stars, Channel 4, 2003. Narrator, A Tale of Two Schools, PBS, 2003. Narrator, ⬙Partners of the Heart,⬙ The American Experience, PBS, 2003. Roy Bingham (in archive footage), The Another World Reunion, Soap Network, 2003. Genius: A Night for Ray Charles, CBS, 2004. Out of Africa: Heroes and Icons, BBC, 2005. Narrator, The Challenge of Freedom, PBS, 2005. Tsunami Aid: A Concert of Hope, NBC, 2005. Shelter from the Storm: A Concert for the Gulf Coast, multiple networks, 2005.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Uncle Hammer, Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, ABC, 1978. Ben Shelter, The Atlanta Child Murders, CBS, 1985. Voice of Frederick Douglass, The Civil War (documentary; also known as The American Civil War), PBS, 1990. Narrator, The Promised Land, The Discovery Channel, 1995. America beyond the Color Line with Henry Louis Gates Jr., KCET, 2002. Frederick Douglass, Freedom: A History of Us, PBS, 2003. Voice, Decisions that Shook the World, The Discovery Channel, 2004. Narrator, Slavery and the Making of America, PBS, 2005. Narrator, e2: The Economies of Being Environmentally Conscious, PBS, 2007. Ecoist, Sundance Channel, 2007. African American Lives 2, PBS, 2008. Television Appearances; Specials: Energy Crisis (also known as Alan King’s Energy Crisis), 1974. Malcolm X, Death of a Prophet, 1981. Messenger, ⬙The Gospel at Colonus⬙ (broadcast of stage production), Great Performances, PBS, 1985. Warden Pratt, ⬙The Execution of Raymond Graham,⬙ ABC Theatre, ABC, 1985. Luther Johnson, ⬙Resting Place,⬙ Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1986. ⬙In Search of the Dream,⬙ A&E Premieres, Arts and Entertainment, 1990. Night of 100 Stars III, NBC, 1990. Time Warner Presents the Earth Day Special (also known as The Earth Day Special), ABC, 1990. ⬙To Be Free: The National Literacy Honors from the White House,⬙ Bell Atlantic Showcase, ABC, 1990. Celebration of Country, ABC, 1991. Story of a People: The Black Road to Hollywood, syndicated, 1991. A User’s Guide to Planet Earth: The American Environmental Test, ABC, 1991. Narrator, A Festival at Ford’s, 1991. Robin Hood: The Myth, the Man, the Movie, 1991. Host, Neglect Not the Children, 1991. 84

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FREEMAN God kveld Norge, 2003. Tinseltown, International Channel, 2004. La noche con Fuentes y Cia, 2004. 60 Minutes (also known as TV Land Legends: The 60 Minutes Interviews), CBS, 2005. Getaway (also known as United Travel Getaway), Nine Network, 2005. Magacine, 2005. Dos rombos, 2005. (In archive footage) Phenomania, 2005. Waratte iitomo! (also known as Waratte iitomo! Morita Kazuyoshi awa), 2005. Corazon de ѧ, 2005, 2006, 2007. Caiga quien caiga, 2005, 2007. Go’ aften Danmark, 2005. Inside the Actors Studio (also known as Inside the Actors Studio: The Craft of Theatre and Film), Bravo, 2005. Sunday Morning Shootout (also known as Hollywood Shootout and Shootout), AMC, 2005. The Heaven and Earth Show (also known as Heaven and Earth with Gloria Hunniford), BBC, 2005. ⬙Xmas in March ѧ,⬙ In the Mix (also known as In the Cutz), Urban America, 2006. ⬙Morgan Freeman, Jack Guzman, and ⬘The Hills Have Eyes’,⬙ In the Mix (also known as In the Cutz), Urban America, 2006. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Red Redding, Today Tonight, Seven Network, 2007. Entertainment Tonight (also known as Entertainment This Week, E.T., ET Weekend, and This Week in Entertainment), syndicated, 2007, 2008. Das grosse RTL Special zum film, 2007. ⬙Mississippi,⬙ Stephen Fry in America, BBC, 2008. Cinema tres (also known as Informatiu cinema), 2008. (In archive footage) The O’Reilly Factor, Fox News Channel, 2008. The Biggest Loser, NBC, 2009. Shi jie dian ying zhi lv (also known as World Film Report), 2009.

Mississippi Rising, 2005. The Electric Company’s Greatest Hits & Bits, PBS, 2006. George Clooney: An American Cinematheque Tribute, AMC, 2006. God Gave Rock & Roll to You, Channel 4, 2006. Boffo! Tinseltown’s Bombs and Blockbusters, HBO, 2006. La noche de los Oscar, 2006. AFI’s 100 Years ѧ 100 Movies: 10th Anniversary Edition, CBS, 2007. (In archive footage) Como conseguir un papel en Hollywood, 2007. Narrator, From the Corner, HBO, 2008. The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (also known as The 31st Annual Kennedy Center Honors), CBS, 2008. Max on Set: Wanted, Cinemax, 2008. Renee Zellweger: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 2008. Kate Hudson: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 2008. Prom Night in Mississippi, HBO, 2009. Scream 2009, Spike, 2009. Voice, For Love of Liberty: The Story of America’s Black Patriots, 2010. Television Appearances; Series: Mark, Easy Reader, Mel Mounds, and several other roles, The Electric Company, PBS, 1971–77. Dr. Roy Bingham, Another World (also known as Another World: Bay City), NBC, 1982–84. Host, Sound Revolution, 2008. Television Appearances; Episodic: Wonder Woman, ABC, 1976. ⬙Charlie Smith and the Fritter Tree,⬙ Visions, 1978. Cicero Murphy, Ryan’s Hope, 1981. Tony, ⬙Dealer’s Choice,⬙ The Twilight Zone (also known as The New Twilight Zone), CBS, 1985. Narrator, ⬙The Massachusetts 54th Colored Infantry,⬙ The American Experience, 1991. Narrator, ⬙Amos, the Story of an Old Dog and His Couch,⬙ Shelley Duvall’s Bedtime Stories (animated), Showtime, 1992. Narrator, ⬙Follow the Drinking Gourd,⬙ American Heroes and Legends (animated), Showtime, 1992. Nyhetsmorgon, 1995. Mikkelsens & Monbergs (also known as Mikkelsen’s & Monberg’s U.S.), 1998. Mondo VIP, 1998. HBO First Look, HBO, multiple appearances, between 1995 and 2008. Lo + plus, 1998, 2005. ⬙The Films of Arthur Hiller,⬙ The Directors, 1999. ⬙Gene Hackman,⬙ Bravo Profiles, Bravo, 2000. The Panel, Ten Network, 2001. Leute heute, 2002.

Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: Ebony/Jet Showcase, 1989, 1990. Late Night with David Letterman, NBC, 1990. Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 1993, 2007. The Chris Rock Show, 2000. The Howard Stern Radio Show, 2000. Beckmann, 2001. Revealed with Jules Asner (also known as Revealed), E! Entertainment Television, 2002. Inside Dish with Rachael Ray, Food Network, 2004. Good Morning America (also known as G.M.A.), ABC, 2005. The Charlie Rose Show (also known as Charlie Rose), PBS, 2005. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (also known as Jay Leno), NBC, 2005, 2006. Live with Regis and Kelly, syndicated, 2005, 2006, 2007. 85

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Today (also known as NBC News Today and The Today Show), NBC, 2005, 2008. ⬙Oprah’s After–Oscar Party 2006,⬙ The Oprah Winfrey Show (also known as Oprah), syndicated, 2006. Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (also known as The Ellen Show), syndicated, 2006. ⬙Rachael’s First Mystery Taster,⬙ Rachael Ray, syndicated, 2006. The View, ABC, 2006, 2008. Up Close with Carrie Keagan, ABC, 2007, 2008. Late Show with David Letterman (also known as The Late Show and Letterman), CBS, 2008. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The ѧ Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1988, 2005. The 44th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1990. The 22nd Annual NAACP Image Awards, 1990. Presenter, The ѧ Annual Academy Awards Presentations, ABC, 1990, 1992, 1993, 2000, 2001, 2006. Presenter, The ѧ Annual Golden Globe Awards, TBS, 1991, 1994. Presenter, The Walt Disney Company Presents the American Teacher Awards, The Disney Channel, 1992. Presenter, Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, ABC, 1994. The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, UPN, 1996. Presenter, The ѧ Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, NBC, 1997, TNT, 2005, TNT, 2006. Presenter, The ѧ NAACP Image Awards, Fox, 1998, 1999. The Essence Awards 2001, Fox, 2001. 2003 World Awards, 2003. The 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2005. Presenter, The Black Movie Awards, TNT, 2005. Presenter, The 8th Shanghai International Film Festival, 2005. Presenter, The 5th Annual TV Land Awards, TV Land, 2007. Screen Nation Television and Film Awards 2007, Sky Television, 2007. Presenter, The 51st Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 2009. Segment narrator, The 2009 ESPY Awards, ESPN, 2009. Television Appearances; Other: Multiple roles, Out to Lunch, 1974. Television Work; Movies: Executive producer, Mutiny, NBC, 1999. Stage Appearances: Creampuff, ⬙Man and Dog⬙ and ⬙Demonstration,⬙ The Nigger Lovers, Orpheum Theatre, New York City, 1967. (Broadway debut) Rudolph, Hello, Dolly (musical), St. James Theatre, 1967.

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Major Tours: Understudy and member of chorus, Royal Hunt of the Sun, U.S. cities, 1967.

Books: Contemporary Black Biography, Volume 62, Gale, 2008. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 3: Actors and Actresses, 4th edition, St. James Press, 2000. Notable Black American Men, Gale, 1998. Tracy, Kathleen, Morgan Freeman: A Biography, Barricade Books, 2006.

RECORDINGS Videos: Casca, Julius Caesar, 1979. The Making of ⬙Amistad,⬙ 1999. The Directors: Clint Eastwood (also known as AFI’s the Directors: Clint Eastwood), 2000. The Making of ⬙Along Came a Spider,⬙ 2001. All on Accounta Pullin’ the Trigger, Warner Home Video, 2002. Declaration of Independence, Declaration of Independence, Inc., 2003. Delta Blues Museum, Echo Pictures, 2003. Voice, Survivors of the Shoah: Visual History Foundation, Universal Studios Home Video, 2004. Hope Springs Eternal: A Look Back at ⬙The Shawshank Redemption,⬙ Warner Home Video, 2004. James Lipton Takes On Three, Warner Home Video, 2005. Born to Fight, Warner Home Video, 2005. Voice of Lucius Fox, Batman Begins (video game), Electronic Arts, 2005. Absolute Power: The Making of Edison Force, Sony, 2006. Evan Almighty: Training the Animals, Universal Studios Home Entertainment, 2007. Evan Almighty: Animals on Set Two by Two, Universal Studios Home Entertainment, 2007. Evan Almighty: The Building of Noah’s Ark, Universal Studios Home Entertainment, 2007. Evan Almighty: The Ark–itects of Noah’s Ark, Universal Studios Home Entertainment, 2007. Evan Almighty: Becoming Noah, Universal Studios Home Entertainment, 2007. Evan Almighty: The Almighty Green Set, Universal Studios Home Entertainment, 2007. Evan Almighty: Steve Carell Unscripted, Universal Studios Home Entertainment, 2007. Gone Baby Gone Featurette, Miramax, 2007. Rob Reiner Interviews the Stars: Morgan Freeman, Warner Home Video, 2008. Wanted: Cast and Characters, Universal Studios Home Entertainment, 2008.

Periodicals: Empire, October, 1997, p. 193; March, 1998, pp. 66– 70. Entertainment Weekly, April 20, 2001, pp. 38–40. FHM, February, 2001, p. 80; October, 2002, p. 100. Interview, June, 1996, pp. 74–81. Jet, August 12, 1996, p. 24; March 27, 2006, p. 32; August 25, 2008, p. 24. NEA Today, January, 1998, p. 42. Parade, June 8, 2008, p. 22. People Weekly, April 4, 1998, p. 89. Premiere, April, 2003, p. 113. Radio Times, September 21, 2002, p. 61; March 4, 2006, pp. 18–20. Sports Illustrated, April 3, 2006, p. 26. Sunday Times (London), September 16, 2007. Times (London), February 7, 2008. Urban Cinefile, August 16, 2001. US, May, 1997, pp. 82–84. USA Today, December 19, 2007, p. 1D. Variety, September 1, 1997, p. 40. Venice, May, 2002, pp. 58–67. Washington Post, December 7, 2008, p. M6.

FRIEDMAN, Peter 1949– PERSONAL Born April 24, 1949, in New York, NY; married Joan Allen (an actress), January 1, 1990; children: Sophie, Sadie. Education: Graduated from Hofstra University.

Appeared in the music video ⬙Waitin’ on Joe⬙ by Steve Azar, 2002.

Addresses: Agent—J. Michael Bloom, 233 Park Ave., 10th Floor, New York, NY 10003.

Audio Books: Narrator, The Savior Is Born (companion tape for book), Rabbit Ears Books, 1992.

Career: Actor.

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Awards, Honors: Drama Desk Award nominations, c. 1986, for The Common Pursuit, and c. 1989, for The Heidi Chronicles; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actor in a musical, 1998, Outer Critics Circle Award, and Drama Desk Award nomination, all for Ragtime.

Books: (With Wendy Wilkinson and Donna Lee) Morgan Freeman and Friends: Caribbean Cooking for a Cause, Rodale Books, 2006. 87

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CREDITS Stage Appearances: James Joyce Memorial Liquid Theatre, off–Broadway production, 1971. Commander, Don Juan, Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1972–73. Committee member, The Great God Brown, Lyceum Theatre, 1972–73. The Government Inspector, Phoenix Theatre Sideshows, New York City, 1973. Auguste, Chemin de Fer, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1973–74. Carpenter, The Visit, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 1973–74. Understudy, Holiday, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 1973–74. Ben, Love for Love, Helen Hayes Theatre, New York City, 1974. Marquis Miglioriti, Rules of the Game, Helen Hayes Theatre, 1974. ⬙Romeo and Juliet,⬙ Theatre Venture ’74, Beverly, MA, 1974. Non–Floyd Jurgen, Big and Little, Marymount Manhattan Theatre, New York City, 1979. Warriors from a Long Childhood, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1979. Mary Barnes, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1979–80. Peter, Jacob’s Ladder, Workshop of the Players Art Theatre, New York City, 1980. ⬙Papa⬙ Leplee, an American sailor, a German soldier, and a drug dealer, Piaf, Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1981. Private Tony Smalls (some sources cite Captain Charles Taylor), A Soldier’s Play, Theatre Four, New York City, 1981–82. Norman, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York City, 1983. ѧ And a Nightingale Sang, Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT, 1983–84. Sam Dawkins, Mr. & Mrs., Workshop of the Players Art Theatre, 1984. Humphrey Taylor, The Common Pursuit, Long Wharf Theatre, 1984–85, then Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1986–87. District attorney Douglas Schmidt, Execution of Justice, Virginia Theatre, New York City, 1986. ⬙Door to Cuba,⬙ ⬙Human Gravity,⬙ ⬙Juliet,⬙ and ⬙Mango Tea,⬙ Marathon ’88, Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City, 1988. Scoop Rosenbaum, The Heidi Chronicles, Playwrights’ Horizons Theatre, New York City, 1988–89, then Plymouth Theatre, 1988–89. Arthur Brooks, The Tenth Man, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, New York City, 1989–90. Herbie, The Loman Family Picnic, Stage I, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1993–94. The senator, Hello, Again, Lincoln Center Theatre, 1993–94.

Also appeared in a production of Dennis. Film Appearances: Mr. Grosch, You Better Watch Out (also known as Christmas Evil and Terror in Toyland), Pressman, 1980. District attorney Goldman, Prince of the City, Warner Bros., 1981. Ben Cohen, Daniel, Paramount, 1983. Jugband lead singer, Childrens Songs and Stories, 1985. Father Lucci, The Seventh Sign, TriStar, 1988. Graham Knox, Single White Female, Columbia/TriStar, 1992. Dr. Ryan Pierce, Blink, Laurenfilm, 1994. Peter Dunning, Safe, Sony Pictures Classics, 1995. Alan Burke, I Shot Andy Warhol, Samuel Goldwyn, 1996. Young Nat’s father, I’m Not Rappaport, Gramercy, 1996. Stephen, Someone Like You (also known as Animal Attraction), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2001. Attorney General Brown, Paycheck (also known as La paye), Paramount, 2003. Officer number three, Greendale, Shakey, 2004. Arthur Wexler, King of the Corner, Pursuit, 2004. Lieutenant Gold, Freedomland, Sony Pictures Releasing, 2006. Father William, Unconscious, Polychrome, 2006. Larry, The Savages, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2007. Jay Salter, Spinning Into Butter, Screen Media, 2007. Morris Bernstein/Barker, I’m Not There, Paramount, 2007. Emergency room doctor, Synecdoche, New York, Sony Pictures Releasing, 2008. Lincoln, Terminated, Blitz, 2009. Mr. Cohen, The Messenger, Lucky Red, 2009. Alan, Breaking Upwards, Daryl Wein, 2009. David, The Call to the Post, 2009. Carmine Monopoli, Harvest, 2009. Television Appearances; Series: A recurring role, The Muppet Show, 1976–78. George Silver, Brooklyn Bridge, CBS, 1991–92. 88

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FRIZZELL Addresses: Agent—The Gorfaine Schwartz Agency, 13245 Riverside Dr., Suite 450, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423; First Artists Management, 4764 Park Granada, Suite 210, Calabasas, CA 91302.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Larry, Sidney Sheldon’s ⬙Rage of Angels⬙ (also known as Rage of Angels), NBC, 1983. Peter Hofstrom, Perfect Murder, Perfect Town, CBS, 2000.

Career: Composer, orchestrator, and score producer. Previously worked as a singer with the Paris Opera Company and the Metropolitan Company, c. 1976.

Television Appearances; Movies: John Jewell, Finnegan Begin Again, HBO, 1985. Hothouse, 1988. Richard Emery, Guilty until Proven Innocent (also known as Presumed Guilty), NBC, 1991. Scoop Rosenbaum, The Heidi Chronicles, TNT, 1995. Kohn, In the Presence of Mine Enemies, Showtime, 1996. Robert Portman, Two against Time, CBS, 2002. Sam Giancana, Power and Beauty, 2002.

Awards, Honors: ASCAP Award (with James Newton Howard), top box office films, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, 1998, for Dante’s Peak; Film Music Award, 1998, for Beavis and Butt– Head Do America. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Specials: Marquis, Rules of the Game, PBS, 1975. ⬙Papa⬙ Leplee, Piaf, The Entertainment Channel, 1982. Voice of Payakan, Without Borders, TBS, 1989. Performer, The 43rd Annual Tony Awards, 1989. Creating ⬙Ragtime,⬙ PBS, 1998. The 52nd Annual Tony Awards, 1998.

Film Work: Score producer, Teaching Mrs. Tingle, Miramax, 1999. Music producer of ⬙Senza Fine⬙ and ⬙My Little Box,⬙ Ghost Ship, Warner Bros., 2002. Music producer of ⬙Fire Fight,⬙ Cradle 2 the Grave, Warner Bros., 2003. Music producer of ⬙Sweet Dreams,⬙ Stay Alive, 2006. Score producer, First Born, 2007. Orchestrator, The Reaping, Warner Bros., 2007. Music producer of ⬙Di Notte,⬙ The Lodger, 2009.

Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙Nobody Lives Forever,⬙ Miami Vice, NBC, 1985. Hothouse, ABC, 1988. Harry, ⬙Here’s a Little Touch of Harry in the Night,⬙ The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd, 1991. Professor William Goodwin, ⬙White Rabbit,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1994. The Rosie O’Donnell Show, syndicated, 1998. Harold Jensen, ⬙Attorney Client,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 2002. Peter, ⬙The Tell–Tale Art,⬙ Baby Bob, CBS, 2002. Dr. Auken, ⬙Your Bus, Ted,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 2003. Damon, ⬙Prodigy,⬙ Without a Trace (also known as W.A.T), CBS, 2003. Rabbi, ⬙Strife,⬙ Heist, NBC, 2006. Steve Burris, ⬙A Grave Matter,⬙ Ghost Whisperer, CBS, 2006. District Attorney, ⬙Because I Know Patty,⬙ Damages, FX Network, 2007. Nolan Farber, ⬙Illegitimate,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 2009.

Television Work; Movies: Orchestrator, Undertow, Showtime, 1996. Television Work; Miniseries: (As John C. Frizzell) Orchestrator, Wild Palms, ABC, 1993. RECORDINGS Original Soundtrack Albums: The Lodger, 2009. Recorded Beavis and Butt–head Do America and Dante’s Peak.

Also provided a Muppet voice for Sesame Street, PBS.

Videos: One Step Beyond: The Making of ⬙Alien: Resurrection,⬙ Twentieth Century–Fox, 2003. We’re Gonna Score!, Paramount Home Video, 2007.

FRIZZELL, John 1966– (John C. Frizzell, Gianni Frizzelli)

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PERSONAL Film Scores: Red Ribbon Blues, 1995. Opposite Corners, Metropolitan Pictures, 1995. The Rich Man’s Wife, Buena Vista, 1996.

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Beavis and Butt–head Do America (animated), Paramount, 1996. The Empty Mirror, 1996. Dante’s Peak, MCA/Universal, 1997. Alien: Resurrection (also known as Alien 4), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1997. (As Gianni Frizzelli) Jane Austen’s ⬙Mafia!⬙ (also known as Mafia!), Buena Vista, 1998. I Still Know What You Did Last Summer, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1998. Office Space (also known as Cubiculos de la oficinia), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1999. Teaching Mrs. Tingle, Miramax, 1999. The White River Kid (also known as White River), New City Releasing, 1999. Turkey. Cake., 1999. Beautiful, Destination Films, 2000. Lockdown, Palm Pictures, 2000. Josie and the Pussycats, MCA/Universal, 2001. Thir13en Ghosts, Warner Bros., 2001. Slap Shot 2: Breaking the Ice, Universal Home Entertainment, 2002. (And song ⬙My Little Box⬙) Ghost Ship, Warner Bros., 2002. Gods and Generals, Warner Bros., 2002. Scorched, 2002. The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2002. Ghost Ship, Warner Bros., 2002. Cradle 2 the Grave, Warner Bros., 2003. The Wizard of Ow, Warner Bros., 2003. Welcome to Mooseport (also known as Willkommen in Mooseport), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2004. The Prize Winner of Definace, Ohio, DreamWorks, 2005. Wal–Mart: The High Cost of Low Price, Lightning, 2005. Firewall, Warner Bros., 2006. Stay Alive, Buena Vista, 2006. The Woods, United Artists, 2006. Primeval (also known as Kiss and Primeval Kill), Buena Vista, 2007. First Born (also known as The Unborn 2), First Look, 2007. The Reaping, Warner Bros., 2007. Black Irish, Palisades, 2007. Careless, Image, 2007. Beneath, Paramount, 2007. Henry Poole Is Here, Anchor Bay Entertainment, 2008.

Television Scores; Series: VR.5 (also known as VR), Fox, 1995. King of the Hill (animated), 1997. (As John Frizzell), Next Action Star, NBC, 2003–2004. Television Scores; Movies: Keys (also known as Keys to Her Past), CBS, 1994, then Lifetime, 1999. Whose Daughter Is She? (also known as Semi–Precious), CBS, 1995. It Was Him or Us, CBS, 1995. Crime of the Century, HBO, 1996. Deadly Pursuits, NBC, 1996. Undertow, Showtime, 1996. Bloodhounds, USA Network, 1996. Possessed, Showtime, 2000. Muhammad Ali: King of the World, ABC, 2000. James Dean, TNT, 2001. The Goodbye Girl (also known as Neil Simon’s ⬙The Goodbye Girl⬙), 2004. Karroll’s Christmas, 2004. Four Minutes, 2005. A Little Thing Called Murder, 2006. Wisegal, 2008. Television Scores; Episodes: King of the Hill, Fox, 2001. Enterprise (also known as Star Trek: Enterprise), UPN and The CW, 2004. King of the Hill, Fox, 2006. Reunion, 2006. Masters of Science Fiction, ABC, 2007. Moonlight, CBS, 2007. Television Scores; Specials: Storie of Lupus (documentary), PBS, 1999. Television Scores; Pilots: United States of Tara, Showtime, 2009.

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GERROLL, Daniel 1951– (Daniel Gerrol) PERSONAL Surname rhymes with ⬙peril⬙; born October 16, 1951, in London, England; son of Harry (a clothing designer) and Kathleen Cordelia (a model; maiden name, Norman) Gerroll; married Patricia Kalember (an actress), 1986; children: Rebecca, Ben, Toby. Education: Attended University of Nottingham; trained for the stage at Central School of Speech and Drama, London. Addresses: Agent—Gersh Agency, 232 N. Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210; Don Buchwald and Associates, 6500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 2200, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Career: Actor, director, and writer. Also worked as dialect coach. Member: Actors’ Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award, 1981, for Translations; Outer Critics Circle Award, 1981, for Knuckle; Obie Award, Village Voice, 1999, for sustained excellence in theatre; Outer Critics Circle Award nomination, outstanding featured actor in a play, 2000, for An Experiment with an Air Pump. CREDITS Stage Appearances: A Public Mischief, Southwold Summer Theatre, Southwold, England, 1974. 91

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Mark Melon, The Holy Terror, Arizona Theatre Company, Tucson and Phoenix, AZ, 1990–91, then Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1992. Lenny, The Homecoming, Center Stage Right, Criterion Theatre, New York City, 1991. Tate, One Shoe Off, Anspacher Theatre, New York City, 1993. Miles, Loose Knit, Second Stage Theatre, 1993. Jeremy, Sir Philip, and priest, Three Birds Alighting on a Field, Stage I, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1994. The Importance of Being Earnest, Irish Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1996. Howard, Psychopathia Sexualis, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1996. Nikos/Oliver, A Madhouse in Goa, Second Stage Theatre, 1997. Seth Lord, High Society, St. James Theatre, New York City, 1998. Molineux, The Shaughraun, Irish Repertory Theatre, 1998. John, Scotland Road, Primary Stages Company, New York City, 1998. Joseph Fenwick/Tom, An Experiment with an Air Pump, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1999. Neil Abbot, What You Get and What You Expect, New York Theatre Workshop, 2000. Gavin Ryng–Mayne, House/Garden, City Center Stage I & II, New York City, 2002. Reverend Manders, Ghosts, Classic Stage Company, New York City, 2002. Lord Allington, Shanghai Moon, Drama Dept., New York City, 2003. James Flanagan, The Dear Boy, Mcginn–Cazale Theatre, New York City, 2005.

Film Appearances: Ralph ⬙Rafe⬙ Rawlinson, Sir Henry at Rawlinson End, 1979. Henry Stallard, Chariots of Fire, Warner Bros., 1981. Brian, 84 Charing Cross Road, Columbia, 1987. Curator, Happy New Year, 1987. Chuck, Big Business, Buena Vista, 1988. Nigel, Drop Dead Fred, New Line Cinema, 1991. John Winslow, A Far Off Place, Walt Disney Productions/Amblin Entertainment, 1993. (As Daniel Gerrol) Gerald, The Namesake, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2006. Ryan, Heterosexuals, 2009. Television Appearances; Series: Dr. David Caspian, Sisters, NBC, 1994–96. Dr. Wilhelm Klauss, One Life to Live, ABC, 1997. Clive Hughes, a recurring role, Cashmere Mafia, ABC, 2008. David Shea, a recurring role, The Starter Wife, USA Network, 2008. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Walter Hartwright, The Woman in White, 1981. General Lord Charles Cornwallis, Liberty! The American Revolution, PBS, 1997. Joseph Priestley, Benjamin Franklin, 2002. Television Appearances; Movies: The Glums, LWT, 1977. Dr. Alan Nicholson, Eyes of a Witness, CBS, 1991. David Marston, Caught in the Act, USA Network, 1993. Maxwell Perkins, Zelda, TNT, 1993. Bronson Alcott, Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind Little Women, PBS, 2008.

Also appeared off–Broadway in The Common Pursuit and Poets’ Corner; appeared in a British production of Chariots of Fire.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Lieutenant Ford, ⬙The Upright Man,⬙ Dick Turpin, 1979. Don Green, ⬙Strangles: Part 1 & 2,⬙ Horse in the House, 1979. Johnny Downes, ⬙The Heart of a Curate,⬙ Bless Me Father, 1979. ⬙An Ordered Life,⬙ BBC2 Playhouse, 1980. Ferguson, ⬙Minor Complications,⬙ Play for Today, 1980. Johnny Downes, ⬙The Heart of a Curate,⬙ Bless Me Father, 1981. Richard Cross, ⬙When Irish Eyes Are Crying,⬙ Miami Vice, NBC, 1986. Chef Maurice, Cheers, NBC, 1991. Dr. Sidney Victor, ⬙The Dating Game,⬙ Mann and Machine, NBC, 1992. Chef Maurice, ⬙An Old–Fashioned Wedding: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Cheers, NBC, 1992. Nigel Treadwell, a recurring role, Knots Landing, 1993. Simon, ⬙The Soup,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1994. Mr. Marvelous, ⬙Valley of Twenty–Something Guys,⬙ Sex and the City, HBO, 1998.

Major Tours: The Unexpected Guest, British cities, 1976. Murder with Love, British cities, 1977. Stage Director: She Stoops to Conquer, Roundabout Theatre, New York City, 1984. On Approval, Susan Bloch Theatre, New York City, 1984. The Accrington Pals, Hudson Guild Theatre, New York City, 1984. A Backers’ Audition, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1985. The Custom of the Country, Second Stage Theatre, New York City, 1985. Teible and Her Demon, Jewish Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1994. Blithe Spirit, Bay Street Theatre, Sag Harbor, NY, 2002, then New York City. 92

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Mr. Marvelous, ⬙The Awful Truth,⬙ Sex and the City, HBO, 1999. Bernard Cove, ⬙The Extra Man,⬙ Law & Order: Criminal Intent (also known as Law & Order: CI), NBC, 2001. Thomas Jefferson, ⬙Alexander Hamilton,⬙ The American Experience, PBS, 2007. Phillip, ⬙Rock Star,⬙ Law & Order: Criminal Intent (also known as Law & Order: CI), NBC, 2009.

Career: Actress, voice performer, producer, and writer. Naked Angels (theatre company), New York City, founding member.

Television Appearances; Specials: Frederick Law Olmsted and the Public Park in America, PBS, 1990. The 46th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, 1994.

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Awards, Honors: Saturn Award nomination, best actress, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films, and MTV Movie Award nomination (with Jennifer Tilly), best kiss, both 1997, for Bound.

Film Appearances: Dancer, Beatlemania (also known as Beatlemania: The Movie), 1981. (Uncredited) Dancer at auditions for Dance TV, Girls Just Want to Have Fun, 1985. Trombley, Pretty in Pink, Paramount, 1986. One of the Cobrettes, 3:15, the Moment of Truth (also known as Showdown at Lincoln High, 3:15, and 3:15 a Time to Die), Dakota, 1986. K. C., Sweet Revenge, Concorde, 1987. Coral, Cocktail, Buena Vista, 1988. Catherine ⬙Cat⬙ Manzetti, Red Heat, TriStar, 1988. Sharnetta, Suffering Bastards (also known as Liars Club), 1989. Tina, Voodoo Dawn (also known as Strange Turf), Academy, 1991. Laurie Rinaldi, City of Hope, Samuel Goldwyn, 1991. Patti (some sources cite Lori) Madano, Out for Justice, 1991. Whitney Gersh, The Player, Fine Line, 1992. Jennie Chaser, Joey Breaker (also known as Agent Breaker), Skouras, 1993. Daphne James, Flinch, Summa Video, 1994. Margo Preston, Best of the Best 3: No Turning Back, Miramax, 1995. Cristal Connors, Showgirls, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1995. Corky, Bound, Gramercy, 1996. Debra Lusanne, Touch, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1997. Sasha Hassler, Face/Off (also known as Face Off), Paramount, 1997. Carol Lakewood–Wharton, This World, Then the Fireworks, Orion, 1997. Joey O’Hara, One Tough Cop, Stratosphere Entertainment, 1998. Lidia, I’m Losing You, Strand Releasing, 1998. Nina, Palmetto (also known as Dumme sterben nicht aus), Columbia, 1998. Hannah, Lulu on the Bridge, Trimark Pictures, 1998. Billie, Guinevere, Miramax, 1999. Helen Caperelli, The Insider (also known as Man of the People), Buena Vista, 1999. Cathy Heguy (some sources cite Cathy Moreno), Driven (also known as A toute vitesse), Warner Bros., 2001. Lily Warden, Picture Claire (also known as Picturing Claire), Serendipity Point Films, 2001.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Clive Hughes, Cashmere Mafia, ABC, 2008. WRITINGS Plays: (Adapter) Doctor Faustus, Susan Bloch Theatre, New York City, 1985. Other Writings: Contributor of film criticism (under a pseudonym) and feature articles to periodicals, including Films in Review. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, December 12, 1994, p. 139.

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Girl at trendy club, Slackers (also known as Les complices), Screen Gems, 2002. Dr. Lila Colleti, Borderline (also known as Borderline— Unter mordverdacht), Motion Picture Corporation of America, 2002. The Making and Meaning of ⬙We Are Family⬙ (documentary; also known as We Are Family), 2002. Elaine Si Gibril, Demonlover, Palm Pictures, 2003. Jacki, Prey for Rock & Roll (also known as My Favorite Sin), Mac Releasing, 2003. Eileen Phillips, Out of Season (also known as Der Fremde), Bauer Martinez Studios, 2004. Florence DeCroix Hagen, Three Way (also known as 3–Way), Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2004. Arlene, One Last Thing ѧ, Magnolia Pictures, 2006. Mary, Dreamland, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2006. Arlene Kreiner, Man about Town, Lions Gate Films Home Entertainment, 2006. Ginger, Kettle of Fish, Blue Sky Media, 2006. Dana, Delicious, Peace Arch Entertainment Group, 2006. Mrs. Piletti, I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With, IFC Films, 2006. Narrator, Tell Me Cuba (documentary), 2006, Lonely Seal Releasing, 2008. Rachel, What Love Is, Big Sky, 2007. Sharon, P.S. I Love You, Warner Bros., 2007. Cammie, Beer for My Horses, Roadside Attractions, 2008. Marty Jameson, Just Business, Peace Arch Entertainment Group, 2008. The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard, Paramount, 2009. Love Ranch, Capitol Films/Road Rebel, 2009.

Television Appearances; Movies: Alison Cromwell, Stark: Mirror Image (also known as Stark II), CBS, 1986. Angie, ⬙Miss Rose White,⬙ Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1992. Heat, Love Matters, Showtime, 1993. Angela Beale, Legalese, TNT, 1998. Dr. Lauren Graham, Prague Duet (also known as Lies and Whispers and Eine Liebe in Prag), Romance Classics, 1998. Television Appearances; Pilots: Glenn Hall, Snoops, ABC, 1999. Bebe Knight, The Studio, UPN, 2005. Fabia, Ugly Betty, ABC, 2006. Celebrity Ghost Stories, Biography Channel, 2009. Television Appearances; Specials: The Making of ⬙Showgirls⬙ (also known as Showgirls: Behind the Scenes), 1995. Hollywood Salutes Arnold Schwarzenegger: An American Cinematheque Tribute, 1998. Comedy Central Roast of Denis Leary, Comedy Central, 2003. Totally Gay! (also known as VH–1’s ⬙Totally Gay!⬙), VH1, 2003. (In archive footage) VH1 News Presents: Hollywood Secrets Revealed—Scenes They Don’t Want You to See, VH1, 2006. (In archive footage) Best of CMT Music Awards, Country Music Television, 2009.

Film Producer: Prey for Rock & Roll (also known as My Favorite Sin), Mac Releasing, 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Laura Shupe, ⬙Time and Teresa Golowitz,⬙ The Twilight Zone (also known as The New Twilight Zone), CBS, 1987. Ann, ⬙Jar,⬙ Monsters, syndicated, 1989. Randy, ⬙Here’s a Little Night Music,⬙ The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd, 1989. Randy, ⬙Here’s a Clever Yet Practical Gift Idea,⬙ The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd, 1989. Randy, ⬙Here’s a Leisurely Stroll through the Park,⬙ The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd, 1989. Stacey Kane, ⬙The Cocaine Mutiny,⬙ Cop Rock, 1990. Ellen, ⬙Married to It,⬙ Melrose Place, Fox, 1993. Ellen, ⬙Collision Course,⬙ Melrose Place, Fox, 1993. Ellen, ⬙Cold Turkey,⬙ Melrose Place, Fox, 1993. Becky Petrov, ⬙The Skin Trade,⬙ The Untouchables, 1994. (Uncredited) Cashier, ⬙The Puppy Episode: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Ellen (also known as These Friends of Mine), ABC, 1997. ⬙Just the Perfect Blendship,⬙ The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1998.

Television Appearances; Series: Glenn Hall, Snoops, ABC, 1999–2000. Six, Tripping the Rift, Sci–Fi Channel, 2004. Voice of Catwoman and Selina Kyle, recurring roles, The Batman (animated), The WB, between 2004 and 2007. Host, Rocked with Gina Gershon, Independent Film Channel, 2006. Valerie, a recurring role, Rescue Me, FX Network, 2007 and 2009. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Nancy Barbato Sinatra, Sinatra (also known as The Frank Sinatra Story), CBS, 1992. FEMA Director Judith Carr, Category 7: The End of the World, CBS, 2005. Contestant, Celebrity Poker Showdown, Bravo, 2005. I Love the New Millennium, VH1, 2008. 94

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The Hollywood Fashion Machine, AMC, 1999. (Uncredited) Wilma Slotsin, Saturday Night Live (also known as SNL), NBC, 2000. ⬙Lenny Kravitz: Again,⬙ Making the Video, 2000. ⬙Driven,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2001. Herself, ⬙Gina,⬙ The Job, ABC, 2002. Sonic Cinema, Sundance Channel, 2002. Rhonda Ferrara, ⬙My Fair Finchy,⬙ Just Shoot Me!, NBC, 2002. Rhonda Ferrara, ⬙Da Sister Who Loved DiMauro,⬙ Just Shoot Me!, NBC, 2003. Voice of Shikata, ⬙Keeping Secrets,⬙ Spider–Man (animated; also known as Spider–Man: The New Animated Series), MTV, 2003. Anna, ⬙The Survivor,⬙ Curb Your Enthusiasm, HBO, 2004. Glenn, ⬙The Firm,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 2004. Carly Austin, ⬙The Good Life,⬙ Kevin Hill, UPN, 2004. Charlie Davis, ⬙Embraceable You,⬙ Crossing Jordan, NBC, 2005. Voice of policewoman, ⬙Blind Ambition,⬙ Family Guy (animated; also known as Padre de familia), Fox, 2005. Voice of Karen, ⬙Homeland Insecurity,⬙ American Dad! (animated), Fox, 2005. Voices of woman and first American girl, ⬙Stan of Arabia: Part 2,⬙ American Dad! (animated), Fox, 2005. ⬙Fish Fry,⬙ The Barry Z Show (also known as Z–TV), 2005. Fabia, ⬙I’m Coming Out,⬙ Ugly Betty, ABC, 2007. Fabia, ⬙East Side Story,⬙ Ugly Betty, ABC, 2007. Emilina Saffron, ⬙American Duos,⬙ Psych, USA Network, 2007. Anna, ⬙The Anonymous Donor,⬙ Curb Your Enthusiasm, HBO, 2007. Entertainment Tonight (also known as Entertainment This Week, E.T., ET Weekend, and This Week in Entertainment), syndicated, 2008. (In archive footage) The O’Reilly Factor, Fox News Channel, 2008. Rita, ⬙Coffee, Tea, or Annie,⬙ Life on Mars, ABC, 2009. Danielle Hill, ⬙12:01 AM,⬙ Numb3rs (also known as Num3ers), CBS, 2009. ⬙Chapter 5,⬙ Eastbound & Down, HBO, 2009.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, UPN, 1998. Screen Actors Guild 4th Annual Awards, TNT, 1998. Presenter, 14th Independent Spirit Awards, Bravo and Independent Film Channel, 1999. Presenter, The ѧ Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 2001, 2002, 2009. Presenter, The CMT Music Awards, Country Music Television, 2005. Television Producer; Series: Rocked with Gina Gershon, Independent Film Channel, 2006. Stage Appearances: Janine/Olympe, Camille, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1986. The Substance of Fire, Long Wharf Theatre, 1990. Sally Bowles, Cabaret (cabaret), Studio 54, New York City, 2001. Gabriella, Boeing=Boeing, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 2008–2009. Rose Alvarez, Bye Bye Birdie (musical), Roundabout Theatre Company, Henry Miller’s Theatre, New York City, 2009. Also appeared in Nanawatai, Los Angeles Theatre Center, Los Angeles; and The Vagina Monologues, Westside Theatre Downstairs, New York City. Internet Appearances; Series: Galatea Hapsburg, Island of Death, Sci–Fi Channel Online, 2000. Internet Appearances; Episodic: Herself, Spread Entertainment (also known as Spread), Mania TV, 2007. RECORDINGS

Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: Late Show with David Letterman (also known as The Late Show and Letterman), CBS, 1995, 1996. Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2003. Howard Stern, E! Entertainment Television, 2003. Dinner for Five, Independent Film Channel, 2004. Last Call with Carson Daly, NBC, 2004. The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, CBS, 2005, 2007. Tavis Smiley, PBS, 2007. Up Close with Carrie Keagan, ABC, 2007. Live with Regis and Kelly, syndicated, 2008. Broadway Beat, 2009.

Videos: Breaking the Silence: The Making of ⬙Hannibal,⬙ 2001. Making of ⬙Demonlover,⬙ Elizabeth Films, 2003. The Light and the Dark: The Making of ⬙Face/Off,⬙ Paramount Home Entertainment, 2007. Sarah Palin, Gina Gershon Strips Down Sarah Palin, 2008. Appeared in the music videos ⬙Hello Again⬙ by the Cars, 1984; ⬙Again⬙ by Lenny Kravitz, 2001; and ⬙Pretty Girls on Prozac.⬙ 95

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Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award nomination, best young actor in a cable family series, 1989, for Good Morning, Miss Bliss; Young Artist Award nomination (with others), outstanding young ensemble cast, 1990, Young Artist Award, best young actor starring in an off– primetime or cable series, 1991, Young Artist Award nominations, best young actor starring in an off– primetime or cable series, 1992, 1993, all for Saved by the Bell.

WRITINGS Books: (With brother, Dann Gershon) Camp Creepy Time: The Adventures of Einstein P. Fleet (juvenile novel), Putnam, 2007. OTHER SOURCES

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Periodicals: Advocate, September 30, 2003, pp. 36–40, 42; May 8, 2007, pp. 26–27. Empire, December, 1997, p. 94. Entertainment Weekly, June 28, 1996, p. 32; April 16, 2004, p. 84; June 22, 2007, p. 22. Interview, July, 1997, p. 64; October, 2003, p. 186. Premiere, December, 1997, pp. 82–83. TV Guide, August 20, 2007, p. 63. USA Today, June 12, 2009, p. 7D. Variety, June 30, 2003, p. 3. XSess, Volume 2, number 4, 1996, pp. 68–69, 134–135.

Television Appearances; Series: Zachary ⬙Zack⬙ Morris, Good Morning, Miss Bliss (also known as Saved by the Bell: The Junior High Years), The Disney Channel, 1987–89. Zachary ⬙Zack⬙ Morris, Saved by the Bell, NBC, 1989–93. Host, Brains and Brawn (game show), NBC, 1992–93. Zachary ⬙Zack⬙ Morris, Saved by the Bell: The College Years, NBC, 1993–94. Dennis Sweeney, Hyperion Bay, The WB, 1998–99. Pete Komisky, D.C., The WB, 2000. Detective John Clark, NYPD Blue, ABC, 2001–2005. Car Cruzin, 2005. Richard ⬘Dickie’ McDonald, Commander in Chief, ABC, 2005–2006. Jake Ferris, a recurring role, John from Cincinnati, 2007. Jerry Kellerman, Raising the Bar, TNT, 2008–2009.

Electronic: Gina Gershon Official Site, http://www.ginagershon. com, December 8, 2009.

Addresses: Agent—Kami Putnam, The Gersh Agency, 232 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210; Paradigm, 360 N. Crescent Dr., North Bldg., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Manager—Miles Levy, James, Levy, Jacobson, 3500 West Olive Ave., Suite 1470, Burbank, CA 91505. Publicist—Nicole Nassar, Nicole Nassar Public Relations, 8809 Appian Way, Los Angeles, CA 90046.

Television Appearances; Movies: Zachary ⬙Zack⬙ Morris, Saved by the Bell: Hawaiian Style, NBC, 1992. Scott, White Wolves: A Cry in the Wild II (also known as A Cry in the Wild II), The Disney Channel, 1993. Tommy Walsh, For the Love of Nancy, ABC, 1994. Zachary ⬙Zack⬙ Morris, Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas, NBC, 1994. Hiram Holcomb, Brothers of the Frontier, ABC, 1996. Mike (some sources cite Mark) Hillary, Specimen, Sci–Fi Channel, 1996. Scott Baker, She Cried No (also known as Freshman Fall), NBC, 1996. Chris, Born into Exile, NBC, 1997. Steve Tyler, Dying to Belong, NBC, 1997. Jason Johnson, The Princess and the Marine, 2001. Tim Maroon, Beer Money, USA Network, 2001. Jake Hannah, Atomic Twister, TBS, 2002. Chris, Alikes, 2002. Michael, Hitched, NBC, 2005. Kim, The House Next Door, Lifetime, 2006. Evan Marlowe, Law Dogs, CBS, 2007.

Career: Actor. Worked as a child model. Competed as a celebrity race car driver and in motocross competitions; spokesperson for the U.S. Soccer Association and D.A.R.E.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Eric Murray, ⬙Below the Line,⬙ Stingray, NBC, 1986. Rolf Baltic, ⬙The Torch,⬙ Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1986.

GOSSELAAR, Mark–Paul 1974– (Mark Paul Gosselaar) PERSONAL Full name, Mark–Paul Harry Gosselaar; born March 1, 1974, in Panorama City, CA; son of Hans (a brewery supervisor) and Paula (an airline hostess) Gosselaar; married Lisa Ann Russell (an actress and model), August 26, 1996; children: Michael, Ava. Avocational Interests: Skiing, surfing, dirt–bike racing, car racing, motorcycling, tae kwon do, boating.

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GUEST Film Appearances: Scott, White Wolves: A Cry in the Wild II (also known as A Cry in the Wild II), 1993. Carl, The St. Tammany Miracle (also known as Heavenly Hoops), Heartland Films, 1994. D. J., Twisted Love, 1995. (As Mark Paul Gosselaar) Dale, Sticks and Stones, Goldbar International, 1996. (As Mark Paul Gosselaar) Mike Hillary, Specimen, 1996. Paco/Danny, Kounterfeit (also known as Money Crush), LIVE Entertainment, 1996. Cooper Frederickson, Dead Man on Campus, Paramount, 1998. Narrator, A Day in the Dirt, Troy Lee, 2002. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, September 11, 1998, p. 38; April 7, 2000, p. 84. People Weekly, October 12, 1998, p. 139; August 27, 2001, p. 22; October 22, 2001, p. 109. Electronic: Mark–Paul Gosselaar Official Site, http://www.markpaul.com, November 5, 2002.

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GREENWALD, Milton See KIDD, Michael

Appeared in episodes of other series, including Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC.

GUEST, Lance 1960– PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Specials: Host and Zack, Who Shrunk Saturday Morning?, NBC, 1989. Fifteenth Annual Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1990. 50 Simple Things Kids Can Do to Save the Earth, CBS, 1992. Saved by the Bell Graduation Special, NBC, 1993. Host, Wendy’s Ski Family Challenge, The Family Channel, 1995. Chris, Alikes, 2002. Inside ⬙NYPD Blue⬙: A Decade on the Job, ABC, 2002. ABC’s 50th Anniversary Celebration, ABC, 2003. ⬙NYPD Blue⬙: A Final Tribute, 2005. 2006 Asian Excellence Awards, 2006. 100 Greatest Teen Stars, VH1, 2006.

Full name, Lance R. Guest; born July 21, 1960, in Saratoga, CA. Education: Attended University of California, Los Angeles. Addresses: Agent—Schiowitz, Connor, Ankrum and Wolf, 1680 Vine St., Suite 1016, Los Angeles, CA 90028. Career: Actor. Playmakers Repertory Company, Chapel Hill, NC, guest artist, 1986–87; banjo player and singer with the political comedy group the Foremen, beginning 1999. 97

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Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙The Mark of Cain,⬙ Dallas, 1981. Lance Reinecke, ⬙Fireworks,⬙ Lou Grant, CBS, 1982. Lance Reinecke, ⬙Suspect,⬙ Lou Grant, CBS, 1982. Lance Reinecke, ⬙Charlie,⬙ Lou Grant, CBS, 1982. Orderly Sean Rooney, ⬙Down’s Syndrome,⬙ St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1982. Orderly Sean Rooney, ⬙Legionnaires: Part 2,⬙ St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1982. Orderly Sean Rooney, ⬙Hearts,⬙ St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1983. Mike Detweiller, ⬙Politics As Usual,⬙ The Wonder Years, ABC, 1992. Kyle Lang, ⬙Fearful Symmetry,⬙ The X–Files, Fox, 1995. Leon, ⬙Venus de Margaret,⬙ All–American Girl, ABC, 1995. Mr. Allen Peck, ⬙Dearly Beloved,⬙ Party of Five, Fox, 1995. Mr. Allen Peck, ⬙Unfair Advantage,⬙ Party of Five, Fox, 1995. Russ Johnson, ⬙Critical Mass,⬙ The Burning Zone, UPN, 1997. Dr. Harvey Cohen, ⬙Saving Harvey Cohen,⬙ Becker, CBS, 1999. Tom, ⬙Then Came a Wedding,⬙ Then Came You, ABC, 2000. Commander Loftness, ⬙Adrift: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ JAG (also known as JAG: Judge Advocate General), CBS, 2001. Reverend Mercy Hawks, ⬙Traylor Trash,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 2004. Lewis Bardach, ⬙Sage,⬙ House M.D. (also known as House), Fox, 2006. Alex Utley, ⬙Condor,⬙ Jericho, CBS, 2008.

Film Appearances: Jimmy, Halloween II (also known as Halloween II: The Nightmare Isn’t Over!), Universal, 1981. Gordon, I Ought to Be in Pictures, Twentieth Century– Fox, 1982. Alex Rogan/Beta Alex, The Last Starfighter, Universal, 1984. Jack at the answering service, Just the Way You Are, United Artists, 1984. Orson Ziegler, The Roommate, Live Entertainment, 1984. Body snatcher guy, Waiting to Act, 1985. Michael Brody, Jaws: The Revenge (also known as Jaws 4), Universal, 1987. John T., The Wizard of Loneliness, Skouras, 1988. Jack Sadler, Plan B, Curb Entertainment, 1997. Keith, Mach 2, New City Releasing, 2000. Morell the shadow man, Shadowbox (short film), Alphaman Productions, 2007. Mark Roberts, The Least of These, Number 3 Films, 2008. Television Appearances; Series: Steve Brewer, Knots Landing, CBS, 1991. Michael Romanov, a recurring role, Life Goes On, ABC, 1992. Television Appearances; Movies: Arthur Price, Confessions of a Married Man, ABC, 1984. Peter McDowell, Hart to Hart: Hart to Hart Returns (also known as Hart to Hart Returns), NBC, 1993. Cosmo Cola, Stepsister from Planet Weird, The Disney Channel, 2000. Hugo Archibald, The Jennie Project, The Disney Channel, 2001. Garrett, Flu Bird Horror (also known as Flu Birds), Sci–Fi Channel, 2008.

Television Appearances; Other: Hugh Whitaker, Why Us? (pilot), NBC, 1981. David Ross, Favorite Son (miniseries; also known as Target: Favorite Son), NBC, 1988. Bitter Winter, 2001. Stage Appearances: Johnny Cash, Million Dollar Quartet (musical), 2008.

Television Appearances; Specials: Michael Reynolds, Please Don’t Hit Me, Mom, ABC, 1981. Doug Henshaw, ⬙Between Two Loves,⬙ ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1982. Tim, ⬙One Too Many,⬙ ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1983. Scott, My Father, My Rival, 1985. Orson Ziegler, The Roommate, PBS, 1986. This Time It’s Personal—Jaws: The Revenge, syndicated, 1987. Behind the Scenes with ⬙Jaws: The Revenge,⬙ 1987.

RECORDINGS Videos: The Sinister Saga of Making ⬙The Stunt Man,⬙ 2000. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Starlog, May, 2008, pp. 24–27.

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HAGGIS, Paul 1953– PERSONAL Full name, Paul Edward Haggis; born March 10, 1953, in London, Ontario, Canada; came to the United States, 1979; son of Edward H. (an owner of a road construction company and a local theatre) and Mary Yvonne (maiden name, Metcalf) Haggis; married Diane Christine Gettas, April 9, 1977 (marriage ended, 1994); married Deborah Rennard (an actress), June 1, 1997; children: (first marriage) Alissa Sullivan, Lauren Kilvington, Katy Elizabeth; (second marriage) one. Education: Attended school at Fanshawe College, London, Ontario, Canada. Addresses: Office—HWY61 Films, 2308 Broadway, Santa Monica, CA 90404. Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Manager—Larry Becsey, Intellectual Property Group, 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 820, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Writer, producer, and director. HWY61 Films, Santa Monica, CA, principal. Office of the Americas, advocate; Earth Communications Office, founding member; Artists for Peace and Justice, cofounder; Foundation for Religious Freedom, trustee; member of board of directors, Hollywood Education and Literacy Project and For the Arts for Every Child; member of advisory board, Museum of Broadcasting and Center for the Advancement of Non–Violence. Formerly worked as a furniture mover and department store photographer. Member: Environmental Media Association (member of board of directors), Defenders of Wildlife (member of president’s council). 99

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Producer and director, Crash (also known as L.A. Crash), Lions Gate Films, 2004. Producer, Million Dollar Baby, Warner Bros., 2004. Executive producer, Letters from Iwo Jima, Paramount, 2006. Producer and director, In the Valley of Elah, Warner Independent Pictures, 2007. Film Appearances: Himself, Miss Representation (documentary), Girls’ Club Entertainment, 2009. Television Creator and Executive Producer; Series: You Take the Kids, CBS, 1990. City, CBS, 1990. Due South (also known as Direction: Sud), CBS, 1994–95. EZ Streets, CBS, 1996. Family Law, CBS, 1999–2001. The Black Donnellys, NBC, 2007. Crash, Starz!, 2008—. Television Executive Producer; Series: The Facts of Life, NBC, 1986. Michael Hayes, CBS, 1997. Television Creator; Series: (And producer) Desperate Women, CBS, 1989. Walker, Texas Ranger (also known as Walker), CBS, 1993. Due South (also known as Un tandem de choc), CTV, 1997. Television Series Work; Other: Story editor, One Day at a Time, CBS, 1981–84. Story editor, Diff’rent Strokes, 1983. Executive story editor, The Facts of Life, NBC, 1984–86. Producer, The Facts of Life, NBC, 1985–86. Supervising producer, Sweet Surrender, NBC, 1987. Supervising producer, thirtysomething, ABC, 1987–88. Television Work; Pilots: Creator and executive producer, City, CBS, 1990. Director, You Take the Kids, CBS, 1990. Executive producer, Due South (also known as Direction: Sud), CBS, 1994. Executive producer and director, EZ Streets, CBS, 1996. Executive producer, Michael Hayes, CBS, 1997. Executive producer and director, Ghost of a Chance, CBS, 1998. Director, Family Law, CBS, 1999. Creator, executive producer, and director, The Black Donnellys, NBC, 2007.

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Television Director; Episodic: ⬙A Terrible Beauty,⬙ EZ Streets, CBS, 1997. ⬙Damages,⬙ Family Law, CBS, 1999.

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HAGGIS The Business End: Violence in Cinema, Leva FilmWorks, 2008. The Evolution of Clint Eastwood, Warner Home Video, 2008. After Iraq, Warner Bros., 2008. The Road to Casino Royale, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2008.

Also directed episodes of thirtysomething, ABC.

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Television Creator; Movies: Walker, Texas Ranger: Sons of Thunder, CBS, 1997. Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial by Fire, CBS, 2005.

Screenplays: Red Hot (also known as Fievre rouge), 1993. Crash (also known as L.A. Crash; also based on story by Haggis), Lions Gate Films, 2004. Million Dollar Baby (based on story by F. X. Toole), Warner Bros., 2004. Letters from Iwo Jima, Paramount, 2006. The Last Kiss, Paramount, 2006. Flags of Our Fathers, Paramount, 2006. Casino Royale (also known as James Bond 007—Casino Royale), Columbia, 2006. In the Valley of Elah (also based on story by Haggis), Warner Independent Pictures, 2007. Quantum of Solace (also known as B22 and QoS), Columbia, 2008.

Television Work; Other: Affiliated with the children’s special ⬙Zucchini,⬙ CBS Storybreak, CBS, 1985. Television Appearances; Specials: Becoming Bond, ITV, 2006. La noche de los Oscar, 2007. Charlize Theron: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 2008. Reinventando Hollywood, 2008. Irak–Afganistan, la guerre llega al cone, Canal+ Espana, 2008. (In archive footage) Oscar, que empiece el espectaculo, Canal+ Espana, 2008.

Also uncredited ⬙rewriter⬙ of screenplays. Television Series: The Facts of Life, NBC, 1982, 1984–85, 1986. City, CBS, 1990. Due South (also known as Direction: Sud), CBS, 1994–95. EZ Streets, CBS, 1996–1997. Due South (also known as Un tandem de choc), CTV, 1997–98. Family Law, CBS, 1999–2001. (And songwriter, ⬙Gonna Buy Me a Rope⬙) Crash (based on his film of the same title), Starz!, 2008—.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Sunday Morning Shootout (also known as Hollywood Shootout and Shootout), AMC, 2005, 2006. The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, CBS, multiple appearances, between 2005 and 2007. Tavis Smiley, PBS, 2005, 2007. ⬙A Moment in Time ѧ Flags of Our Fathers,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2006. ⬙Crash and Burn,⬙ Entourage, HBO, 2006. Film ’72 (also known as Film 2006, Film of the Year, and The Film Programme), BBC, 2006. Up Close with Carrie Keagan, ABC, 2007. Caiga quien caiga, 2008.

Television Pilots: Hangin’ In, syndicated, 1986. Charmed Lives, ABC, 1986. (With Stephen Nathan) You Take the Kids, CBS, 1990. Due South (also known as Direction: Sud), CBS, 1994. EZ Streets, CBS, 1996. Ghost of a Chance, CBS, 1998. (With Anne Kenney) Family Law, CBS, 1999.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: 2006 Independent Spirit Awards, Independent Film Channel, 2006. The 78th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2006. RECORDINGS

Television Movies: Return of the Shaggy Dog, ABC, 1987. Speechless, 2008.

Videos: The Producers: Round 15, Warner Home Video, 2005. ⬙Crash⬙ Featurette, 2005. The Dialogue: An Interview with Screenwriter Paul Haggis, 2006.

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Television Episodes: Coauthor, ⬙The Lady from Laramie/Vicki Swings/ Phantom Bride,⬙ The Love Boat, ABC, 1981. Richie Rich, 1982. The Scooby and Scrappy–Doo Puppy Hour (also known as The Scooby–Doo Puppy Hour), 1982. ⬙An Absence of Amulets,⬙ Mr. Merlin, CBS, 1982. ⬙Memories,⬙ Diff’rent Strokes, NBC, 1982. ⬙The Cricket,⬙ Diff’rent Strokes, NBC, 1983. ⬙The Van Drummonds,⬙ Diff’rent Strokes, NBC, 1983. ⬙Take My Ex,⬙ One Day at a Time, CBS, 1983. ⬙Parting Company,⬙ One Day at a Time, CBS, 1984. ⬙Meaning of Life,⬙ One Day at a Time, CBS, 1984. ⬙Charmed Lives⬙ (also based on story by Haggis), Who’s the Boss?, ABC, 1986. ⬙We’re Family⬙ (premiere episode), Together We Stand (also known as Nothing Is Easy), CBS, 1987. ⬙Nice Work if You Can Get It,⬙ thirtysomething, ABC, 1987. ⬙South by Southeast,⬙ thirtysomething, ABC, 1988. ⬙Business as Usual,⬙ thirtysomething, ABC, 1988. City, CBS, 1990. Coauthor, ⬙Merry Christmas to All and a Pointy Hat to You,⬙ You Take the Kids, CBS, 1990. Coauthor, ⬙Fishes Are like Sisters ѧ You Can’t Flush Them without Feeling Guilty,⬙ You Take the Kids, CBS, 1991. Coauthor, ⬙Silence Is Golden,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1994. Coauthor, ⬙How Am I Driving,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1994. Coauthor, ⬙Whistle Stop,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1994. Coauthor, ⬙Finish Line,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1994. Mister Sterling, NBC, 2003.

HILL, Grant PERSONAL Born in Australia. Education: Earned a law degree, 1978. Career: Producer. Also works as production manager, unit production manager, line producer, production supervisor, and location manager for Australian sites. Former executive producer of the media program Tonight Live; Village Roadshow Productions, worked as head of production. Awards, Honors: Directors Guild of America Award (with others), outstanding direction of a motion picture, 1998, for Titanic; Academy Award nomination and Golden Satellite Award, International Press Academy, both best picture, Australian Film Institute Award nomination, best foreign film, Apex Award nomination and Fennecus Award nomination, both best producer of a motion picture drama, all (with others), 1999, for The Thin Red Line. CREDITS

Also wrote episodes for FM, NBC; Michael Hayes, CBS; and The Tracey Ullman Show.

Film Executive Producer: The Matrix Reloaded (also released as The Matrix Reloaded: The IMAX Experience), Warner Bros., 2003. The Matrix Revolutions (also released as The Matrix Revolutions: The IMAX Experience), Warner Bros., 2003.

ADAPTATIONS Television series based on stories by Haggis include The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show, 1980; Heathcliff (also known as The Heathcliff and Dingbat Show, The Heathcliff and Marmaduke Show, and Les entrechats), 1980–81; The Black Donnellys, NBC, 2007; and L.A. Law, NBC.

Film Producer: V for Vendetta (also known as V for Vendetta: At the IMAX, V for Vendetta: The IMAX Experience, and V wie Vendetta), Warner Bros., 2005. Speed Racer (also released as Speed Racer: The IMAX Experience), Warner Bros., 2008. Ninja Assassin, Warner Bros., 2009.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Newsmakers, Issue 4, Gale, 2006.

Film Coproducer: The Ghost and the Darkness, Paramount, 1996. Titanic, 1997. The Thin Red Line, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998.

Periodicals: Boston Review, May, 2006, pp. 53–54. Chicago Sun–Times, December 15, 2004. Current Biography, August, 2006, pp. 54–59. Entertainment Weekly, September 9, 2005, p. 131. Hollywood Reporter, March 31, 2004.

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RECORDINGS Videos: The Burly Man Chronicles, extended version, Warner Home Video, 2004. Video Games: Executive producer, Enter the Matrix, Atari/Infogrames Entertainment, 2003.

HUNTER, Holly 1958– PERSONAL Full name, Holly P. Hunter; born c. March 20, 1958, in Conyers (some sources cite Atlanta), GA; daughter of Charles Edwin (a sporting–goods manufacturer’s representative and farmer) and Opal Marguerite (maiden name, Catledge) Hunter; married Janusz Kaminski (a cinematographer), May 20, 1995 (divorced December 21, 2002); companion of Gordon MacDonald (an actor); children: (with MacDonald) twin boys. Education: Carnegie Mellon University, B.F.A., 1980; studied dancing with Paul Draper. Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 10250 Constellation Way, 9th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (voice work and commercials) Alix Gucovsky, Special Artists Agency, 9465 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 470, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—David L. Seltzer, Management 360, 9111 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Publicist—WKT Public Relations, 335 North Maple Dr., Suite 351, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Actress and producer. Cortland Repertory Theatre, Cortland, NY, summer intern, 1976. Cannes Film Festival, member of jury, 1999. California Abortion Rights Action League, member of board of directors. Formerly worked as a waitress and secretary. Member: Actors’ Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: New York Film Critics Circle Award, Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, and National Board of Review Award, all best actress, 1987, and Academy Award nomination, Berlin Film Festival Award, and Boston Society of Film Critics Award, all best actress, Golden Globe Award nomination, best actress in a motion picture comedy or musical, all 1988, all for Broadcast News; Emmy Award, best 103

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(Uncredited) Festival in Cannes, Paramount Classics, 2001. Mona Camp, Moonlight Mile, Buena Vista, 2002. Narrator, Rock That Uke (documentary), Bald Guy with a Dent in His Head, 2002. Melanie Freeland, Thirteen, Fox Searchlight, 2003. Adele Easley, Levity, Studio Canal, 2003. Barb, Little Black Book, Columbia, 2004. Voices of Helen Parr and Elastigirl, The Incredibles (animated), Buena Vista, 2004. Sonia, Nine Lives, Magnolia Films, 2005. Margaret Barnell, The Big White (also known as Auch Morden will gelernt sein, Le grand blanc, and The Big White—Immer Aerger mit Raymond), Capitol Films, 2005.

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Television Appearances; Movies: Leslie, Svengali, CBS, 1983. Karen, An Uncommon Love, CBS, 1983. Wynn Nolen, With Intent to Kill (also known as Urge to Kill), CBS, 1984. Candy Marshall, A Gathering of Old Men (also known as Murder on the Bayou and Ein Aufstand alter maenner), CBS, 1987. Ellen Russell/Jane Doe, Roe vs. Wade, NBC, 1989. Georgie Symonds, Crazy in Love, TNT, 1992. Wanda Holloway, The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader–Murdering Mom, HBO, 1993. Ruby Kincaid, Harlan County War, Showtime, 2000. Rebecca, ⬙Fantasies about Rebecca,⬙ Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her, Showtime, 2001. Billie Jean King, When Billie Beat Bobby (also known as Bille contre Bobby: La bataille des sexes), ABC, 2001. Herself, Searching for Debra Winger, Showtime, 2003.

Film Work: Executive producer, Thirteen, Fox Searchlight, 2003. Television Appearances; Series: Detective Grace Hanadarko, Saving Grace, TNT, 2007–2009.

Film Appearances: Sophie, The Burning (also known as Cropsy), Filmways, 1981. Jeannie Sherman, Swing Shift, Warner Bros., 1984. (Uncredited) Voice of Helene Trend, Blood Simple, 1984. Edwina ⬙Ed⬙ McDonnough, Raising Arizona, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1987. Jane Craig, Broadcast News, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1987. Charlotte Haney, End of the Line, Orion, 1988. Dorinda Durston, Always, Universal, 1989. Coral Grable, Animal Behavior, Cinestar, 1989. Carnelle Scott, Miss Firecracker, Corsair, 1989. Renata Bella, Once Around, Universal, 1991. Tammy Hemphill, The Firm, Paramount, 1993. Ada McGrath, The Piano (also known as Le lecon de piano), Miramax, 1993. M. J. Monahan, Copycat, Warner Bros., 1995. Claudia ⬙Clyde⬙ Larson, Home for the Holidays, Paramount, 1995. Dr. Helen Remington, Crash, Fine Line, 1996. O’Reilly, A Life Less Ordinary, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1997. Judith ⬙Judy⬙ Moore, Living Out Loud, New Line Cinema, 1998. Emma Riley, Woman Wanted, 1999. Mira, Jesus’ Son, Lions Gate Films, 1999. Renee Fishbine, Timecode, Columbia TriStar, 2000. Penny Wharvey McGill, O Brother, Where Art Thou? (also known as O’ Brother), Buena Vista, 2000.

Television Appearances; Specials: Narrator, Celebrate Storytelling with Tracey Ullman, PBS, 1994. Narrator, ⬙The Way West⬙ (also known as ⬙The West⬙), The American Experience, PBS, 1995. ⬙Cheetahs with Holly Hunter,⬙ In the Wild, PBS, 1997. Narrator, Intimate Portrait: Jessica Lange, Lifetime, 1998. ⬙Nicolas Cage: Wild at Heart,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Intimate Portrait: Holly Hunter, Lifetime, 2000. Host, Game for Anything: The Strength of Women in Sports, ABC, 2000. 104

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The Coen Brothers, 2000. (In archive footage) Twentieth Century–Fox: The Blockbuster Years, 2000. Host, Down from the Mountain, PBS, 2001. Narrator, Eco Challenge New Zealand, USA Network, 2002. Once upon a Time in Utah, Sundance, BBC, 2003. Tribeca Film Festival Presents, NBC, 2003. On the Set: The Incredibles, Starz!, 2004. Speechless, 2008. Live from the Red Carpet: The 2008 Emmy Awards, E! Entertainment Television, 2008. (In archive footage Grace Hanadarko), Reinventando Hollywood, Canal+ Espana, 2008. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Oscar, que empiece el espectaculo, 2008.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The ѧ Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1988, 1994, 1997, 1998, 2003, 2004. The 41st Annual Emmy Awards, Fox, 1989. The 14th Annual CableACE Awards, Lifetime, 1993. The ѧ Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, ABC, 1994, 2008. Presenter, The ѧ Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1995. Presenter, The 21st Annual People’s Choice Awards, CBS, 1995. Presenter, The ѧ Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 1996, 1997, 1999. Presenter, The ѧ Screen Actors Guild Awards, NBC, 1997, TBS, 2008. Presenter, 16th Annual IFP/West Independent Spirit Award, Independent Film Channel, 2001. Presenter, The 9th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards, E! Entertainment Television, 2004. The Orange British Academy Awards, BBC, 2004. (In archive footage) The 80th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2008.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Bravo Profiles: The Entertainment Business, Bravo, 1998. Voice of Mary Todd Lincoln, ⬙Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln: A House Divided,⬙ The American Experience, PBS, 2001. Festival Pass with Chris Gore, Starz!, 2002. Television Appearances; Pilots: Grace Hanadarko, Saving Grace, TNT, 2007. Television Appearances; Episodic: Narrator, ⬙Three Little Pigs/The Three Billy Goats Gruff,⬙ Storybook Classics, Showtime, 1989. Inside the Actors Studio (also known as Inside the Actors Studio: The Craft of Theatre and Film), Bravo, 1995. Cinema tres (also known as Informatiu cinema), 1996. ⬙The Films of David Cronenberg,⬙ The Directors, Encore, 1999. ⬙Broadcast News,⬙ Backstory (also known as Hollywood Backstories), AMC, 2002. Mondo Thingo, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2004. (In archive footage) Cinema mil, 2005. (In archive footage) Corazon de ѧ, 2006. Entertainment Tonight (also known as Entertainment This Week, E.T., ET Weekend, and This Week in Entertainment), syndicated, 2008, 2009.

Television Work; Series: Producer, Saving Grace, TNT, 2007. Executive producer, Saving Grace, TNT, 2008–2009. Television Work; Other: Co–executive producer, When Billie Beat Bobby (movie; also known as Bille contre Bobby: La bataille des sexes), ABC, 2001. Producer, Saving Grace (pilot), TNT, 2007. Stage Appearances: Carnelle Scott, The Miss Firecracker Contest, Manhattan Theatre Club Stage II, New York City, 1973, revived at Westside Theatre Upstairs, both New York City, 1984–85. Meg McGrath, Crimes of the Heart, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1981. Battery, New York City, 1981. Pixrose Wilson, The Wake of Jamey Foster, Eugene O’Neill Theatre, New York City, 1982. Artichoke, Stagewest Theatre, West Springfield, MA, 1982. Eden Court, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Louisville, KY, 1982.

Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (also known as Jay Leno), NBC, 1993, 2004, 2007. The Rosie O’Donnell Show, syndicated, 1998. Late Show with David Letterman (also known as The Late Show and Letterman), CBS, 1998, 2001. Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 2003. The View, ABC, 2003. Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (also known as The Ellen Show), syndicated, 2003, 2007. 105

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Samantha, A Weekend Near Madison, Astor Place Theatre, New York City, 1983. Nora, A Doll’s House, Stagewest Theatre, 1985. Ghost on Fire, La Jolla Playhouse, La Jolla, CA, 1985. A Lie of the Mind, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 1988. Floral Whitman, Impossible Marriage, Roundabout Theatre Company, Laura Pels Theatre, New York City, 1998. Hester Swane, By the Bog of Cats, San Jose Repertory Theatre, San Jose, CA, 2001, then Wyndham’s Theatre, London, 2004–2005. Mystery guest star, The Play What I Wrote, Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 2003.

Taped Readings: Reader, Dr. Seuss’s ⬙My Many Colored Days,⬙ Minnesota Orchestra Visual Entertainment, 1999. OTHER SOURCES Books: International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 3: Actors and Actresses, 4th edition, St. James Press, 2000. Periodicals: AARP, March, 2008, p. 76. American Film, December, 1989, pp. 28–32. Christianity Today, November, 2007, p. 82. Daily Telegraph (London), November 23, 2004, p. 17. Entertainment Weekly, October 3, 2003, pp. 34–35; February 6, 2004, pp. 66–67. Film Comment, May/June, 1989, pp. 9–12. Harper’s Bazaar, October, 1993, pp. 256–267. Interview, November, 1995, p. 110. Newsweek, November 15, 1993, pp. 76–77. New York, December 14, 1987, pp. 70–74. New York Times, July 21, 2007. Parade, July 1, 2007, p. 18. People Weekly, February 1, 1988, pp. 62–66. Premiere, September, 2003, p. 108. TV Guide, August 20, 2007, p. 9; June 15, 2009, p. 30. USA Today, September 5, 2003, p. 8E.

Also performed in The Lucky Spot, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA; The Person I Once Was, New York City; and in productions of Buried Child, Control Freaks, and The Inspector General. Stage Work: Produced a presentation of Control Freaks. RECORDINGS Videos: Moonlight Mile: A Journey to Screen, Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2002.

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I–J 1979, for The Europeans, and 1981, for Quartet; nomination for Golden Palm, 1983, and Film Award nomination, best direction, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1984, both for Heat and Dust; citation for best film of the year, Critics’ Circle of Great Britain, 1986, Academy Award nomination, best director, Golden Globe Award nomination and Directors Guild of America Award nomination, both best director of a motion picture, Film Award (with Ismail Merchant), best film, and Film Award nomination, best direction, both British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Evening Standard British Film Award, best film, David di Donatello Awards, best director of a foreign film and best foreign film, and Sant Jordi Award, best foreign film, all 1987, and Guild Film Award in gold, best foreign film, Guild of German Art House Cinemas, 1988, all for A Room with a View; Silver Lion, best director, and nomination for Golden Lion, Venice Film Festival, 1987, for Maurice; Pasinetti Award, best film, Venice Film Festival, 1990, for Mr. & Mrs. Bridge; Golden Palm nomination and 45th Anniversary Prize, both Cannes Film Festival, and National Board of Review Award, best director, all 1992, Academy Award nomination, best director, Golden Globe Award nomination, best director of a motion picture, Film Award (with Merchant), best film, and Film Award nomination, best direction, both British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Evening Standard British Film Award, best film, Cesar Award nomination, Guild Film Award in gold, Guild of German Art House Cinemas, and nomination for Silver Condor, Argentinean Film Critics Association, all best foreign film, Academie des Arts et Techniques du Cinema, and Bodil Award, best European film, all 1993, all for Howards End; Academy Award nomination and Directors Guild of America Award nomination, both best director, Golden Globe Award nomination, best director of a motion picture, Film Award nomination (with Merchant, Mike Nichols, and John Calley), best film, and David Lean Award for Direction, both British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and London Critics Circle Film Award, director of the year, all 1994, Silver Ribbon, best director of a foreign film, Italian National Syndicate of Film Journal-

IVORY, James 1928– PERSONAL Full name, James Francis Ivory; born June 7, 1928, in Berkeley, CA; son of Edward Patrick (a sawmill operator) and Hallie Millicent (maiden name, De Loney) Ivory; former companion of Ismail Merchant (a producer and director; died, 2005). Education: University of Oregon, B.F.A., 1951; University of Southern California, M.F.A., 1956. Politics: Democrat. Religion: Roman Catholic. Avocational Interests: Collecting pictures. Addresses: Office—Merchant–Ivory Productions, 250 West 57th St., Suite 1825, New York, NY 10109. Agent—Rand Holston, Creative Artists Agency, 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA 90067; Peters Fraser Dunlop, Drury House, 34–43 Russell St., London WC2B 5HA, England. Career: Director, producer, and writer. Merchant–Ivory Productions, New York City, cofounder and partner, beginning 1961. Venice Film Festival, member of jury, 1993. Military service: U.S. Army, 1953–55. Member: Directors Guild of America, Writers Guild of America. Awards, Honors: Venice: Theme and Variations was named one of the ten best documentary films of the year by the New York Times, 1957; nomination for Golden Berlin Bear, Berlin International Film Festival, 1965, and Cesar Award, best foreign film, Academie des Arts et Techniques du Cinema, 1968, both for Shakespeare Wallah; Guggenheim fellowship, 1973; nominations for Golden Palm, Cannes Film Festival, 107

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ists, 1995, and Robert Award, best foreign film, Robert Festival, 1995, all for The Remains of the Day; D. W. Griffith Lifetime Achievement Award, Directors Guild of America, 1995; nomination for Golden Palm, 1995, for Jefferson in Paris; decorated commander, French Order of Arts and Letters, 1996; Ellis F. Lawrence Medal, School of Architecture and Allied Arts, University of Oregon, 1999; nomination for Golden Palm, 2000, for The Golden Bowl; Lifetime Achievement Awards, Sundance Film and Video Festival and Savannah Film and Video Festival, both 2000; Joseph L. Mankiewicz Excellence in Filmmaking Award, Director’s View Film Festival, 2001; fellowship from British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 2002; Wella Prize, Venice Film Festival, 2003, for Le divorce; Lifetime Achievement Award, Camerimage, 2003; Distinguished Director Award and Distinguished Director/Producer Award, both Costume Designers Guild, 2005; grant from Asia Society of New York.

A Soldier’s Daughter Never Cries (also known as La fille d’un soldat ne pleure jamais), October Films, 1998. The Golden Bowl (also known as La coupe d’or), Lions Gate Films, 2001. (And producer) Le divorce, Fox Searchlight, 2003. The White Countess, Sony Pictures Classics, 2005. The City of Your Final Destination, Queen Film/Blue Sky Media, 2010. Film Producer: Helen, Queen of the Nautch Girls (short film), New Yorker, 1973. (With Ismail Merchant) Sweet Sounds, 1976. (With Merchant and Ruth Prawer Jhabvala) The Courtesans of Bombay (documentary), New Yorker, 1983. (Uncredited) Heights, Sony Pictures Classics, 2005. Executive producer, Love and Roadkill (short film), Dented Fender Films, 2008. Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Man in warehouse, The Europeans, Levitt– Pickman, 1979.

CREDITS Film Director: (And producer and cinematographer) Venice: Theme and Variations (short documentary), New Yorker, 1957. (And producer, cinematographer, and film editor) The Sword and the Flute (short documentary), 1959. The Householder (also known as Gharbar), Royal Productions, 1963. (And producer, and cinematographer, and uncredited film editor) The Delhi Way (documentary), 1964. Shakespeare Wallah, Continental Distributing, 1965. The Guru, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1968. Bombay Talkie, Merchant–Ivory, 1970. (And producer, with Ismail Merchant) Savages, Angelika, 1972. The Wild Party, American International Pictures, 1975. Roseland, Cinema Shares, 1977. The Europeans, Levitt–Pickman, 1979. Quartet, New World, 1981. (And performer on tampura) Heat and Dust, Universal, 1983. The Bostonians, Almi, 1984. A Room with a View, Cinecom International, 1986. (With Ermanno Olmi) Maurice, Cinecom International, 1987. Slaves of New York, TriStar, 1989. Mr. & Mrs. Bridge, Miramax, 1990. Howards End, Sony Picture Classics, 1992. The Remains of the Day, Columbia, 1993. Jefferson in Paris (also known as Jefferson a Paris), Buena Vista, 1995. (With Merchant) Segment director, Lumiere et compagnie (also known as Lumiere and Company and Lumiere y compania), Alta Films/Pierre Grise Distribution, 1995. Surviving Picasso, Warner Bros., 1996.

Television Director; Specials: Adventures of a Brown Man in Search of Civilization, BBC, 1971. The Autobiography of a Princess, BBC, 1975. Hullabaloo over Georgie and Bonnie’s Pictures, ITV, 1978. ⬙The Five Forty Eight⬙ (also known as ⬙The 5:48⬙), 3 by Cheever, 1979. Jane Austen in Manhattan, ITV, 1980. Television Work; Specials: (With Ismail Merchant) Producer, Mahatma and the Mad Boy, 1973. (With Merchant) Executive producer, ⬙Noon Wine,⬙ American Playhouse, PBS, 1985. Costume designer, Zefirino: The Voice of a Castrato, PBS, 2007. Television Appearances; Specials: The Wandering Company, 1984. Love and Loyalty: The Making of ⬙The Remains of the Day,⬙ 1993. James Ivory, 2004. Television Appearances; Episodic: The South Bank Show, 1978, 1979. Cinema tres (also known as Informatiu cinema), 1987. The Charlie Rose Show (also known as Charlie Rose), PBS, 1995, 2005. Zefirino: The Voice of a Castrato, PBS, 2007. Also appeared in ⬙The Films of James Ivory,⬙ The Directors, Encore. 108

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IVORY Other: (Compiler) The Autobiography of a Princess: Also Being the Adventures of an American Film Director in the Land of the Maharajahs, Harper, 1975.

RECORDINGS

Contributor to books, including John Pym’s The Wandering Company: Twenty–One Years of Merchant Ivory Films, Museum of Modern Art, 1983. Contributor to periodicals.

Videos: In Ismail’s Custody, 1994. Blind Loyalty, Hollow Honor: England’s Fatal Flaw, 2001. The Remains of the Day: The Filmaker’s Journey, 2001. Wild Party: Hollywood Hoopla, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer Home Entertainment, 2004. Building ⬙Howards End,⬙ Home Vision Entertainment, 2005.

ADAPTATIONS The film Savages, released by Angelika in 1972 and published by Grove in 1973, was based on an idea by Ivory. OTHER SOURCES

Albums: Participated in the recording Merchant Ivory Productions: 25th Anniversary, 1962–1987, 1988.

Books: Contemporary Authors, Volume 139, Gale, 1993. Encyclopedia of World Biography Supplement, Volume 20, Gale, 2000. Gay and Lesbian Biography, St. James Press, 1997. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 2: Directors, 4th edition, St. James Press, 2000. Long, Robert Emmet, The Films of Merchant Ivory, Harry N. Abrams, 1997. Pym, John, The Wandering Company: Twenty–One Years of Merchant Ivory Films, Museum of Modern Art, 1983.

WRITINGS Films: Venice: Theme and Variations (documentary), New Yorker, 1957. The Sword and the Flute (documentary), 1959. The Delhi Way (documentary), 1964. (With Ruth Prawer Jhabvala) Shakespeare Wallah, Continental Distributing, 1965, published by Grove, 1973. (With Jhabvala) The Guru, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1968. (With Jhabvala) Bombay Talkie, Merchant–Ivory, 1970. Helen, Queen of the Nautch Girls (short film), New Yorker, 1973. (With Jhabvala) The Europeans (based on the novel by Henry James), Levitt–Pickman, 1979. (Uncredited; with Jhabvala) Quartet (based on the novel by Jean Rhys), New World, 1981. The Courtesans of Bombay (documentary), New Yorker, 1983. (With Kit Hesketh–Harvey) Maurice (based on the novel by E. M. Forster), Cinecom International, 1987. (With Jhabvala) A Soldier’s Daughter Never Cries (based on a novel by Kaylie Jones; also known as La fille d’un soldat ne pleure jamais), October Films, 1998. (With Jhabvala) Le divorce, Fox Searchlight, 2003.

Periodicals: American Cinematographer, November, 1993, p. 52. American Film, February, 1987, pp. 13, 54. Biography, November, 1998. Commonweal, February 8, 1991, p. 100. Daily Mail (London), March 4, 2006, p. 19. Interview, November, 1990, p. 128. Nation, April 27, 1992, p. 570. New Republic, December 24, 1990, p. 26. Newsweek, March 10, 1986, p. 74. New York, October 5, 1987, pp. 62, 66. New Yorker, December 3, 1990, p. 170; May 4, 1992, p. 74. People, October 26, 1987. Smithsonian, March, 1995, p. 94. Time, March 16, 1992, p. 72. Electronic: Merchant–Ivory Web Site, http://www.merchantivory. com, December 9, 2009.

Television Specials: Adventures of a Brown Man in Search of Civilization, BBC, 1971. ⬙William: The Life, Works, and Times of William Shakespeare,⬙ ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1973.

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Television Appearances; Series: Brian Cunningham, Knots Landing, CBS, 1980–84. Ricky, a recurring role, Diff’rent Strokes, NBC, 1985–86. Voice of Dorin, Wildfire (animated), CBS, 1986. Donny, Undressed (also known as MTV’s ⬙Undressed⬙), MTV, 2000.

PERSONAL Original name, Robert Jacoby; born 1973; married Jennifer Schaefer Jayne (a hypnotherapist), June 12, 2004; children: Ella, Pruitt. Career: Actor. Appeared in commercials for Pepsi soft drinks, 2000.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Kid, ⬙Captain Bellybuster and the Speed Factory,⬙ The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1982. Stan Morgen, Jr., ⬙Working,⬙ St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1983. Billy, ⬙Illusion,⬙ Manimal, NBC, 1983. Brock Gaylord, ⬙Catch a Falling Star,⬙ Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1984. Danny, ⬙Anatomy of a Killing,⬙ T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1984. Petey, ⬙Dreamland,⬙ Webster, 1984. Brian Gerard, ⬙Your Money or Your Wife/Joint Custody/ The Temptations,⬙ The Love Boat, ABC, 1985. Nicky Bloom, ⬙Angie’s Choice,⬙ Hardcastle and McCormick, ABC, 1985. Eric Marsh, ⬙Joshua Peabody Died Here—Possibly,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. Alex Kanter, ⬙To Kill a Cop,⬙ T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1985. Ernie, ⬙The Bully,⬙ Small Wonder, 1985. Tough little kid, ⬙The Avenging Angel,⬙ Misfits of Science, NBC, 1986. ⬙The Duke of Whispering Pines,⬙ The A–Team, NBC, 1986. ⬙Off We Go ѧ,⬙ Our House, NBC, 1986. Punk, Mr. Rhodes, NBC, 1986. Ernie, ⬙Computer Dating⬙ (also known as ⬙Matchmaker, Matchmaker⬙), Small Wonder, 1987. ⬙Norman Conquest,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1987. ⬙Fast Eddie⬙ Harris, ⬙Ten Speed and Soft Touch,⬙ Perfect Strangers, ABC, 1987. Walter, ⬙A Trip to the Principal,⬙ Who’s the Boss?, ABC, 1987. Petey, ⬙Happiness Is a Warm Gun,⬙ Cagney & Lacey, 1987. Wayout, ⬙The Gang’s All Here,⬙ Bustin’ Loose, 1988. Peter Curtis, ⬙The Blackboard Bungle,⬙ Charles in Charge, syndicated, 1988. Peter, ⬙Curing the Common Cult,⬙ Charles in Charge, syndicated, 1989. Stanley, ⬙Singing Telegram⬙ (also known as ⬙Kid–o– Grams⬙), Small Wonder, 1989. Eddie Pinetti, ⬙Fate,⬙ The Wonder Years, 1989. Georgie, ⬙TV or Not TV,⬙ Nearly Departed, 1989. Teen Win, Lose, or Draw, The Disney Channel, 1989. ⬙My Buddy,⬙ Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1990. Stuart McVay, ⬙The Inquisition,⬙ WIOU, 1990. Balin, ⬙Day for Knight,⬙ Land of the Lost, 1991. Mickey, ⬙Just You, Just Me,⬙ Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1992.

Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award nomination, best young supporting actor in a daytime or nighttime drama, 1985, for Knots Landing; Young Artist Award nomination, best young guest actor in a television series, 1986, for Highway to Heaven; Young Artist Award nomination, exceptional young actor, guest– starring in a television comedy or drama series, 1987, for Diff’rent Strokes; Young Artist Award nomination, exceptional young actor in a feature film comedy or drama, 1987, for The Zoo Gang; Young Artist Award nomination (with others), best animation voice–over group, 1988, for Wildfire; Young Artist Award, best young actor starring in a television drama special, movie of the week, or variety show, 1988, for A Different Affair; Young Artist Award, best young actor guest–starring in a television comedy series, 1988, for ⬙The Shoplifter,⬙ Perfect Strangers; Young Artist Award nomination, best young actor guest–starring in a drama or comedy series, 1989, for Who’s the Boss?; Young Artist Award nomination, best young actor guest– starring in a television series, 1990, for The Wonder Years. CREDITS Television Appearances; Movies: Matthew Lee, Walking through the Fire, CBS, 1979. Butch, The Promise of Love, CBS, 1980. Young Bobby, Crazy Times, ABC, 1981. The Gift of Life, 1982. Robert Peters, Wait Till Your Mother Gets Home!, NBC, 1983. Mrs. Belkin’s son, Right of Way, HBO, 1983. Glenn Biggs, Flight 90: Disaster on the Potomac (also known as Flight 90, Flight No. 90, and Florida Flight 90), NBC, 1984. Brian Wilson, Love Thy Neighbor, ABC, 1984. Troy, Scandal Sheet (also known as The Devil’s Bed), ABC, 1985. Kenny Clemens, A Different Affair, CBS, 1987. The Spirit, ABC, 1987. Matt Miller, The Day My Parents Ran Away (also known as Missing Parents), Fox, 1993. 110

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JOHNSON, Vernee Watson See WATSON–JOHNSON, Vernee

JOLIE, Angelina 1975– (Angelina Jolie Voight) PERSONAL Original name, Angelina Jolie Voight; name legally changed to Angelina Jolie, 2002; born June 4, 1975, in Los Angeles, CA; daughter of Jon Voight (an actor) and Marcheline Bertrand (an actress); sister of James Haven Voight (an actor and director); married Jonny Lee Miller (an actor), March 28, 1996 (divorced, 1999); married Billy Bob Thornton (an actor, director, and writer), May 5, 2000 (divorced, 2003); companion of Brad Pitt (an actor), beginning 2005; children: Maddox Chivan (adopted); (with Pitt) Zahara Marley (adopted), Pax Thien (adopted), Shiloh Nouvel, Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline (twins). Education: Attended New York University; trained for the stage at Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute; also studied acting with Silvana Gallardo and Jan Tarrant.

Television Appearances; Other: Charlie Steen, Jr., True Life Stories (pilot), ABC, 1981. Voice, ⬙Jeffrey’s Ghost,⬙ CBS Storybreak (special), CBS, 1987. Film Appearances: Ricky Haskell, The Zoo Gang (also known as Winners Take All), New World, 1985. Game–a–teen boy, Fever Pitch, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1985. Matthew, Iron Eagle, TriStar, 1986. Tyor, Wizards of the Lost Kingdom II, Concorde, 1988. Bradford Littlejohn, Dr. Alien (also known as I Was a Teenage Sex Maniac and I Was a Teenage Sex Mutant), Paramount, 1988. Melvin Plug, Tremors, Universal, 1990. Johnny Applegate, Meet the Applegates (also known as The Applegators), Triton, 1991. Perry, Night of the Demons 2 (also known as Night of the Demons: Angela’s Revenge), Republic, 1994. Richie Koolboy, Can’t Hardly Wait, Columbia, 1998. Harold, Fear Runs Silent, MTI Home Video, 1999. Jasper, Beyond the Wall of Sleep, 2001, Lions Gate Films Home Entertainment, 2006.

Addresses: Agent—Special Artists Agency, 9465 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 470, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Media Talent Group, 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 550, West Hollywood, CA 90069. Career: Actress and producer. Member of the Met Theatre Ensemble Workshop; founder of a theatre company with Tom Bower. Worked as a model in Los Angeles, New York City, and London; appeared in commercials for Animal Planet, Jeep vehicles, and Tissot watches, 2003; voice for commercial for Kraft Macaroni and Cheese, 2005. United Nations High Commission for Refugees, appointed goodwill ambassador, c. 2001; Maddox Jolie–Pitt Foundation, cofounder, 2006; volunteer at many refugee camps in troubled parts of the world; humanitarian and philanthropist.

Film Appearances; As Robert Jayne: Melvin Plug, Tremors 3: Back to Perfection, Universal, 2001. Sunburnt sailor, Pearl Harbor (also known as Pearl Harbour), Buena Vista, 2001. Rick, Jack Woody (short film), Running Fawcett Productions, 2003. Vic’s driver, Vic (short film), Moonblood Pictures, 2006. Vince, The Run (short film), Good Brothers Entertainment, 2008. Bill Wellington, Come What May (short film), 2009. Sex and the New Me (aka You Know You Want To) (short film), 2009.

Member: Council on Foreign Relations. Awards, Honors: Annual CableACE Award nomination, best supporting actress in a movie or miniseries, National Cable Television Association, 1997, Golden Globe Award, best supporting actress in a series, miniseries, or motion picture made for television, 1998, and Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actress in a miniseries or movie, 1998, all for George Wallace; National Board of Review Award, breakthrough performance, 1998, for Playing by Heart; Grand Jury Award, outstanding actress in a feature film,

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L.A. Outfest, and Emmy Award nomination, outstanding lead actress in a miniseries or movie, 1998, Golden Globe Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, and Golden Satellite Award, International Press Academy, all best actress in a television miniseries or movie, 1999, all for Gia; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite actress in a suspense movie, 2000, for The Bone Collector; ShoWest Award, supporting actress of the year, National Association of Theatre Owners, 2000; Hollywood Film Festival Award, actress of the year, 2000; Academy Award, best supporting actress, Golden Globe Award, best supporting actress in a motion picture, Screen Actors Guild Award, Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, and Critics Choice Award, Broadcast Film Critics Association, all best supporting actress, Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite supporting actress in a drama, Teen Choice Award nominations, choice film actress and choice temper tantrum in a film, all 2000, and Empire Award nomination, best actress, 2001, all for Girl, Interrupted; Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite actress in an action movie, 2001, for Gone in Sixty Seconds; Teen Choice Award nomination, choice actress in a film, 2001, Saturn Award nomination, best actress, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, 2002, Blimp Award nomination, favorite female action hero, Kids’ Choice Awards, and MTV Movie Award nominations, best actress and best fight, all 2002, all for Lara Croft: Tomb Raider; Citizen of the World Award, 2003, for work with refugees; Icon Award, Premiere Women in Hollywood Awards, 2004; Saturn Award nomination, best supporting actress, 2005, for Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow; Teen Choice Award nomination, choice scary scene in a movie, 2005, for Taking Lives; People’s Choice Award, favorite female action movie star, Procter & Gamble Productions, 2005; Global Humanitarian Award, United Nations Association USA, 2005; awarded Cambodian citizenship, 2005; Teen Choice Awards, choice movie actress and choice movie liar, 2005, Teen Choice Award (with Brad Pitt), choice movie fight, 2005, Teen Choice Award nominations (with Pitt), choice movie chemistry, choice movie dance scene, and choice movie kiss, 2005, People’s Choice Award nomination, favorite on–screen match– up, NRJ Cine Award, best kiss, MTV Movie Award, best fight, and MTV Movie Award nomination, best kiss (all with Pitt), 2006, all for Mr. & Mrs. Smith; People’s Choice Award nominations, favorite female action star and favorite female movie star, both 2006; Freedom Award, International Rescue Committee, 2007; Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, best actress, 2007, Satellite Award nomination, best actress in a motion picture drama, 2007, Teen Choice Award nomination, choice movie actress in a drama, 2007, Golden Globe Award nomination, best actress in a motion picture drama, Image Award nomination, outstanding actress in a motion picture, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, Independent Spirit Award nomination, Independent Features Project/West, Empire Award nomination, and Online Film Critics Society

Award nomination, all best actress, London Critics Circle Film Award nomination, actress of the year, Outstanding Performance Award, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, all 2008, all for A Mighty Heart; MTV Movie Award nomination, best villain, 2008, for Beowulf; Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, best actress, 2008, Academy Award nomination, Film Award nomination, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, Saturn Award, Critics Choice Award nomination, Broadcast Film Critics Association, and Empire Award nomination, all best actress, Golden Globe Award nomination and Satellite Award, both best actress in a motion picture drama, London Critics Circle Film Award nomination, actress of the year, Audience Award nomination, best international actress, Irish Film and Television Awards, and Teen Choice Award nomination, choice movie actress in a drama, 2009, all for Changeling; British National Movie Award nomination, best actress, 2008, and MTV Movie Award nominations, best female performance, best ⬙WTF moment,⬙ and best kiss (with James McAvoy), 2009, all for Wanted; People’s Choice Award, favorite female action star, and People’s Choice Award nomination, favorite female movie star, both 2009. CREDITS Film Appearances: (As Angelina Jolie Voight) Tosh, Lookin’ to Get Out, Paramount, 1982. Alice, Alice & Viril (short film), 1993. Angela, Angela & Viril (short film), 1993. Casella ⬙Cash⬙ Reese, Cyborg 2: Glass Shadow (also known as Cyborg 2), Trimark Pictures, 1993. Kate ⬙Acid Burn⬙ Libby, Hackers (also known as Cybernet), United Artists, 1995. Eleanor ⬙Ellie⬙ Rigby, Mojave Moon, Trimark Pictures, 1996. Gina Malacici, Love Is All There Is (also known as Oh No, Not Her!), Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1996. Jodie Swearingen, Without Evidence, Artist View Entertainment, 1996. Margaret ⬙Legs⬙ Sadovsky, Foxfire, Samuel Goldwyn Films, 1996. Claire, Playing God (also known as Playing Hero), Buena Vista, 1997. Gloria McNeary, Hell’s Kitchen (also known as Hell’s Kitchen N.Y.C.), CEO Entertainment, 1997. Joan, Playing by Heart (also known as Intermedia), Miramax, 1998. Amelia Donaghy, The Bone Collector, Universal, 1999. Lisa Rowe, Girl, Interrupted (also known as Durchgeknallt and Durchgeknallt—Girl, interrupted), Columbia, 1999. Mary Bell, Pushing Tin (also known as Turbulenzen– und andere katastrophen), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1999. Sara ⬙Sway⬙ Wayland, Gone in Sixty Seconds, Buena Vista, 2000. 112

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 Julia Russell/Bonnie Castle, Original Sin (also known as Dancing in the Dark and Peche originel), Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 2001. Lara Croft, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (also known as Tomb Raider), Paramount, 2001. Lanie Kerrigan, Life or Something Like It, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2002. Lara Croft, Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life (also known as Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Die wiege des lebens), Paramount, 2003. Sarah Jordan, Beyond Borders (also known as Jenseits aller grenzen), Paramount, 2003. Captain Franky Cook, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, Paramount, 2004. Illeana Scott, Taking Lives, Warner Bros., 2004. Narrator, Trading Women, 2004. Olympias, Alexander (also known as Alexander: Director’s Cut, Alexander Revisited: The Final Cut, and Alexandre), Warner Bros., 2004. Voice of Lola, Shark Tale (animated; also known as Sharkslayer), DreamWorks, 2004. Jane Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2005. Herself, Sledge: The Untold Story (also known as Confessions of an Action Star), Lightyear Entertainment/ Vivendi Entertainment, 2005. Margaret ⬙Clover⬙ Russell, The Good Shepherd, Universal, 2006. Mariane Pearl, A Mighty Heart, Paramount, 2007. Grendel’s mother, Beowulf (also known as Beowulf: An IMAX 3D Experience and Beowulf: The IMAX Experience), Paramount, 2007. Voice of tigress, Kung Fu Panda (animated; also known as Kung Fu Panda: The IMAX Experience), DreamWorks, 2008. Christine Collins, Changeling, Universal, 2008. Fox, Wanted, Universal, 2008.

JOLIE Revolutionary woman in church, The Fever, HBO, 2004. Television Appearances; Specials: The AFI’s 100 Years ѧ 100 Stars (also known as AFI’s 100 Years ѧ 100 Stars: America’s Greatest Legends), CBS, 1999. The Making of ⬙Girl, Interrupted,⬙ 1999. ⬙Billy Bob Thornton,⬙ Bravo Profiles, Bravo, 2000. Stars: An Oscar’s Party, 2002. Hollywood Salutes Nicolas Cage: An American Cinematheque Tribute, TNT, 2002. Host, What’s Going On?, Showtime, 2003. (In archive footage) E! 101 Most Shocking Moments in Entertainment, E! Entertainment Television, 2003. (In archive footage) Celebrity Naked Ambition, Channel 5, 2003. ⬙Val Kilmer,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2004. 52 Most Irresistible Women, Spike, 2004. Voice, Shark Tale: Gettin’ Fishy with It, HBO, 2004. ⬙Angelina Jolie,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2005. ⬙The Diary of Angelina Jolie & Dr. Jeffrey Sachs in Africa,⬙ Diary (also known as Think: Diary), MTV, 2005. Ultimate Super Heroes, Ultimate Super Villains, Ultimate Super Vixens, Bravo, 2005. Angelina Jolie: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 2005. MTV & Logo Present ⬙The Out 100,⬙ MTV, 2005. Forbes Celebrity 100: Who Made Bank?, E! Entertainment Television, 2006. Oliver Stone—Hollywood Lieblingsrebell, 2006. ⬙The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2006,⬙ The Barbara Walters Special (also known as Barbara Walters: Interviews of a Lifetime and The Barbara Walters Summer Special), ABC, 2006. Live from the Red Carpet: The 2007 Golden Globe Awards, 2007. Peace One Day, 2007. (In archive footage) 50 Most Shocking Celebrity Scandals, E! Entertainment Television, 2007. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Penelope, camino a los Oscar, 2007. 13th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards Red Carpet Premiere, VH1, 2008. Live from the Red Carpet: The 2008 Screen Actors Guild Awards, E! Entertainment Television, 2008. Max on Set: Wanted, Cinemax, 2008. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Julia Russell, Oscar, que empiece el espectaculo, 2008. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Julia Russell, Ceremonia de inauguracion—56 festival internacional de cine de San Sebastian, 2008. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Julia Russell, Premio Donostia a Antonio Banderas, 2008. The Orange British Academy Film Awards: Red Carpet (also known as The British Academy Film Awards: Red Carpet), BBC, 2009. (In archive footage) Almost Famous II, BBC3, 2009.

Appeared in student films directed by her brother, James Haven Voight. Film Work: Producer, Lovesick, Refugee Production, 2003. Executive producer, Trudell (documentary), Balcony Releasing, 2005. Director, A Place in Time, 2007. Executive producer, Resilient (documentary), Fine Films/Salty Features/Screen Pass Pictures/Unison Films, 2010. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Cornelia Wallace, George Wallace, TNT, 1997. Georgia Virginia Lawshe Woods as an adult, ⬙True Women,⬙ Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1997. (In archive footage) Headlines on Trial, 2006. Television Appearance; Movies: Gia Marie Carangi (title role), Gia, HBO, 1998. 113

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Television Appearances; Episodic: HBO First Look, HBO, multiple appearances, beginning 2000. Nyhetsmorgon, 2000, 2009. (In archive footage) ⬙Monster’s Ball,⬙ E! behind the Scenes, E! Entertainment Television, 2001. ⬙25 Toughest Stars,⬙ Rank, E! Entertainment Television, 2002. Secrets of Superstar Fitness, Discovery Health, 2002. ⬙Angelina Jolie,⬙ Style Star, Style Network, 2003. Extra (also known as Extra: The Entertainment Magazine), syndicated, 2003. Tinseltown TV, International Channel, 2003. Total Request Live (also known as Total Request with Carson Daly, TRL, and TRL Weekend), MTV, 2003, 2004. 20/20 (also known as ABC News 20/20), ABC, 2003. ⬙Of Tombs and Pirates,⬙ Player$, Tech TV, 2003. (In archive footage) 101 Biggest Celebrity Oops, E! Entertainment Television, 2004. ⬙Angelina Jolie,⬙ HARDtalk Extra, BBC, 2004. (In archive footage) Celebrities Uncensored, E! Entertainment Television, 2004. Tout le monde en parle, 2004. T4, Channel 4, 2004. Film ’72 (also known as Film 2004, Film of the Year, and The Film Programme), BBC, 2004. Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, ITV, 2004. Wetten, dass ѧ?, 2004. GMTV, 2004, 2005. The Situation Room, Cable News Network, 2005. Unscripted, HBO, 2005. Inside the Actors Studio (also known as Inside the Actors Studio: The Craft of Theatre and Film), Bravo, 2005. (In archive footage) 101 Sexiest Celebrity Bodies, E! Entertainment Television, 2005. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Stars on Trial, MuchMusic, 2005. Dateline NBC (also known as Dateline), NBC, 2005. (In archive footage) Jane Smith, ⬙Found,⬙ Getaway, Nine Network, 2005. Corazon de ѧ, multiple appearances, between 2005 and 2007. (In archive footage) Mrs. Smith, ⬙Golden Getaway: The Platinum List,⬙ Getaway, Nine Network, 2005. ⬙Angelina Jolie,⬙ What It Takes, 2006. (In archive footage) VH1 News Presents: Hollywood Secrets Revealed—Scenes They Don’t Want You to See, VH1, 2006. ⬙Video Game Movies,⬙ Space Top 10 Countdown, Space Channel, 2006. Entertainment Tonight (also known as Entertainment This Week, E.T., ET Weekend, and This Week in Entertainment), syndicated, dozens of appearances, beginning 2006. (In archive footage) Taff, 2006. 20 heures le journal, 2007. Weekend Sunrise, Seven Network, 2007. (In archive footage) Canada A.M., CTV, 2007. (In archive footage) Shownieuws, 2007.

Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 1998, 2000. The Late Show with David Letterman (also known as The Late Show and Letterman), CBS, 1998. The Rosie O’Donnell Show, syndicated, 1998, 1999. The Big Breakfast, Channel 4, 2001. Larry King Live, Cable News Network, 2001, 2007. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (also known as Jay Leno), NBC, 2001, 2003, 2004. Revealed with Jules Asner (also known as Revealed), E! Entertainment Television, 2002. The Daily Show (also known as A Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Global Edition, and Jon Stewart), Comedy Central, 2003, 2007. Banzai, Fox, 2003. Rove Live, Ten Network, 2003. The View, ABC, 2003, 2004. Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (also known as The Ellen Show), syndicated, 2004. Last Call with Carson Daly, NBC, 2004. On Air with Ryan Seacrest, syndicated, multiple appearances, 2004. Jimmy Kimmel Live! (also known as Jimmy Kimmel), ABC, 2007. Today (also known as NBC News Today and The Today Show), NBC, 2008. This Morning (also known as This Morning with Richard and Judy), ITV, 2009. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The ѧ Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1986, 1988, 2000, 2009. Presenter, The 19th Annual CableACE Awards, TNT, 1997. The ѧ Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2007, 2009. Presenter, The 5th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, TNT, 1999. The 6th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, 2000. 2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, Fox, 2000. Presenter, International Indian Film Awards (also known as IIFA Awards), 2000. Presenter, The 58th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2001. 114

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JOLIE WRITINGS Nonfiction: Notes from My Travels: Visits with Refugees in Africa, Cambodia, Pakistan, and Ecuador (also known as Angelina Jolie’s Journals and Angelina’s Refugee Journals), Caspian–Tredwell Owen/Pocket Books, 2003.

Stage Appearances: Music from Down the Hill (workshop presentation), 1999.

OTHER SOURCES

Appeared in Room Service, and in other productions at Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute.

Newsmakers 2000, Issue 2, Gale, 2000. Tracy, Kathleen, Angelina Jolie, ECW Press, 2001.

RECORDINGS

Appeared in the music videos ⬙Stand by My Woman⬙ by Lenny Kravitz, 1991; ⬙Rock ’n’ Roll Dreams Come Through⬙ by Meat Loaf, 1994; ⬙Has Anybody Seen My Baby?⬙ by the Rolling Stones, 1997; ⬙Painted on My Heart⬙ by the Cult, 2000; ⬙Did My Time⬙ by KoRn, 2003; ⬙Alta Marea⬙ by Antonello Venditti; and ⬙It’s about Time⬙ by the Lemonheads.

Periodicals: Empire, June, 1999, p. 77. Entertainment Weekly, June 26, 1998, p. 24; November 5, 1999, pp. 40–43; June 15, 2001, pp. 26–28, 31, 32, 34; July 18, 2003, pp. 26–34. Esquire, February, 1998, pp. 72–73; July, 2007. Femme Fatales, July, 2001, pp. 8–13. Interview, June, 1997, pp. 76–79; February, 2001, p. 68. Marie Claire, October, 2002, pp. 106–07, 109–10, 112. Mayfair, July, 2000, p. 52. Movieline, March, 1998, pp. 90–94; February, 1999, p. 56; March, 1999, pp. 44–51, 86; June, 2001, pp. 48–54, 91. Movieline’s Hollywood Life, July, 2003, pp. 70–75. Newsweek, March 22, 2004, p. 71. Parade, June 10, 2007, pp. 4–6. People Weekly, July 8, 1996, p. 89; November 22, 1999, p. 226; May 22, 2000, pp. 71–72; July 10, 2000, p. 164; March 25, 2002, p. 122; April 8, 2002, p. 113; June 3, 2002, p. 17; August 5, 2002, p. 63; August 19, 2002, p. 17; August 4, 2003, p. 84. Premiere, January, 1999, pp. 86–89; October, 1999, pp. 78–83; April, 2002, pp. 42–49, 86; October, 2004, pp. 60–65, 122. Rolling Stone, August 19, 1999, pp. 59–69, 131; August 7, 2003, pp. 46–52. Time, October 27, 1997, p. 131; January 24, 2000, p. 72; August 7, 2003, pp. 46–52. TV Guide, January 31, 1998, pp. 30–32. USA Weekend, June 9, 2000, pp. 6, 7. US Weekly, April 10, 2000, pp. 64–65. Vanity Fair, July, 2008, pp. 72–81, 140–42.

Albums: Executive Producer: John Trudell, Bone Days, Daemon Records, 2002.

Other: ⬙Angelina Jolie⬙ (television special), Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2005.

Videos: (Uncredited) Meat Loaf: Bat Our of Hell II—Picture Show, 1994. Lara Croft: Lethal and Loaded, 2001. On the Set of ⬙Alexander,⬙ Warner Home Video, 2004. (In archive footage) Voice of Captain Franky Cook, The Flying Legion Air Combat Challenge (video game), Blitz Games, 2004. Fight against Time: Oliver Stone’s ⬙Alexander,⬙ Warner Home Video, 2005. The Death of ⬙Alexander,⬙ Warner Home Entertainment, 2005. Brave New World, Paramount, 2005. Star Fish of ⬙Shark Tale,⬙ DreamWorks Home Entertainment, 2005. A Fishified World, DreamWorks Home Entertainment, 2006. Domestic Violence: Shooting Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Twentieth Century–Fox Home Entertainment, 2006. Larry King Live: The Greatest Interviews, Warner Home Video, 2007. Wanted: Cast and Characters, Universal Studios Home Video, 2008. The Common Thread: Angelina Jolie Becomes Christine Collins, Universal Studios Home Video, 2009. Partners in Crime: Clint Eastwood and Angelina Jolie, Universal Studios Home Video, 2009.

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K and Golden Globe Award nomination, best actor, both 1992, for Bugsy; Australian Film Institute Award, best leading actor, 1993, for The Piano; Independent Spirit Award, best male lead, Independent Features Project, and International Fantasy Film Award, best actor, Fantasporto, both 1993, for Bad Lieutenant; Actor Award, IFP Gotham Awards, Independent Features Project, 1993; Film Excellence Award, Boston Film Festival, 1994; Silver Berlin Bear (special jury prize; with Wayne Wang), Berlin International Film Festival, 1995, and David Award, best foreign actor, David di Donatello Awards, 1996, both for Smoke; Peter J. Owens Award, San Francisco International Film Festival, 1996; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite supporting actor in an action film, 2001, for U–571; Stanislavsky Prize, Moscow International Film Festival, 2002; Special Prize for Outstanding Contribution to World Cinema, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, 2004; Lifetime Achievement Award, Istanbul Film Festival, 2005; Satellite Award nomination, best actor in a supporting role in a series, miniseries, or motion picture made for television, 2008, for Life On Mars.

KEITEL, Harvey 1939– PERSONAL Born May 13, 1939, in Brooklyn, NY; son of Harry (a hatmaker and restaurant owner) and Miriam (a restaurant owner) Keitel; married Lorraine Bracco (an actress), 1982 (divorced, 1993); married Daphna Kastner (a filmmaker, actress, and writer), October 7, 2001; children: (first marriage) Stella (a model); (second marriage) Roman; (with Lisa Karmazin, a potter) Hudson. Education: Trained for the stage at Actors Studio with Lee Strasberg and Frank Corsaro; also studied with Stella Adler. Addresses: Office—Goatsingers, 177 West Broadway, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10013. Agent—International Creative Management, 10250 Constellation Way, 9th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Manager—Finc & Partners, 4–8 Heddon St., London W1B 4BS, England. Career: Actor and producer. Goatsingers (a production company), New York City, cofounder and partner; Actors Studio, New York City, member of board of directors and copresident, 2000–?. Appeared in television commercials, including Johnny Walker Red Label, 2000, Gatorade, 2007, Union Back of Switzerland, and Steinglager Pure (New Zealand TV). Previously worked as shoe salesperson; Manhattan Criminal Court, worked as court stenographer for eight years. Military service: U.S. Marine Corps, 1956–59; served in Lebanon.

CREDITS Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Soldier, Reflections in a Golden Eye, 1967. J. R., Who’s That Knocking at My Door? (also known as Bring on the Dancing Girls, I Call First, and J. R.), Brenner, 1968. Street Scenes (documentary; also known as Streets Scenes 1970), 1970. Charlie, Mean Streets, Warner Bros., 1973. Ben Eberhart, Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, Warner Bros., 1975. Coleman Buckmaster, That’s the Way of the World (also known as Shining Star), United Artists, 1975. Tony ⬙Speed⬙ Malatesta, Mother, Jugs, and Speed, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1976. ⬙Sport⬙ Matthew, Taxi Driver, Columbia, 1976.

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KEITEL Roderick Usher, ⬙The Black Cat,⬙ Two Evil Eyes (also known as Edgar Allan Poe and Due occhi diabolici), Taurus Entertainment, 1990. Sandobal, La batalla de los tres reyes (also known as Bitva tryokh koroley, La battaglia dei tre tamburi di fuoco, The Battle of the Three Kings, Drums of Fire, La bataille des trois rois, Bytva tryokh korolej, and Tambores de fuego), 1990. Detective John Woods, Mortal Thoughts, Columbia, 1991. Hal Slocumb, Thelma & Louise, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer/Pathe, 1991. Mickey Cohen, Bugsy, TriStar, 1991. Vince LaRocca, Sister Act, Buena Vista, 1992. Mr. White/Larry Dimmick, Reservoir Dogs, Miramax, 1992. Title role, Bad Lieutenant, Aries Film Releasing, 1992. Victor, the cleaner, Point of No Return (also known as The Assassin, The Assassin—(Point of No Return), and The Specialist), Warner Bros., 1993. Lieutenant Tom Graham, Rising Sun, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1993. George Baines, The Piano (also known as The Piano Lesson and Le lecon de piano), Miramax, 1993. Eddie Israel, Dangerous Game (also known as Snake Eyes and Dangerous Games), Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1993. John Harris, The Young Americans, Live Home Video, 1993. Azro (some sources cite role of Shorty Kohn), Monkey Trouble (also known as Pet), New Line Cinema, 1994. Winston ⬙the wolf⬙ Wolf, Pulp Fiction, Miramax, 1994. Harry Harrelson, Somebody to Love, Legacy Releasing, 1994. Ray Weiler, Imaginary Crimes, Warner Bros., 1994. (In archive footage) Mr. White/Fu, Who Do You Think You’re Fooling? (documentary), 1994. A, Ulysses’ Gaze (also known as The Gaze of Odysseus, The Look of Ulysses, Le regard d’Ulysse, Lo sguardo di Ulisse, and To vlemma tou Odyssea), Fox Lorber, 1995. Augustus ⬙Auggie⬙ Wren, Smoke (also known as Smoke—Raucher unter Sich), Miramax, 1995. Detective Rocco Klein, Clockers, Universal, 1995. (Uncredited) Himself, Get Shorty, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1995. Jacob Fuller, From Dusk till Dawn, Dimension/ Miramax, 1996. Himself, Full Tilt Boogie (documentary), Miramax, 1997. Harry Houdini, FairyTale: A True Story (also known as Fairy Tale and Illumination), Paramount, 1997. Roy Egan, City of Industry, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1997. Ray Donlan, Cop Land, Buena Vista, 1997. Vernon Dabney, Shadrach, Columbia, 1998. Johnny Lowen, Il mio West (also known as Gunslinger’s Revenge and My West), Cecchi Gori Distribuzione, 1998.

Ed Goodman, the relative, Buffalo Bill and the Indians; or, Sitting Bull’s History Lesson (also known as Buffalo Bill and the Indians), United Artists, 1976. Ken Hood, Welcome to L.A., Lions Gate Films, 1977. Gabriel Feraud, The Duellists, Paramount, 1978. Jerry Bartowski, Blue Collar, Universal, 1978. Jimmy Angelelli, Fingers, Brut, 1978. Henry, Eagle’s Wing, Rank, 1978. Roddy, La mort en direct (also known as Death in Full View, Death Watch, Death Watch—Der gekaufte Tod, and Der gekaufte Tod), Quartet, 1979. Benson, Saturn 3 (also known as Saturn City and Saturn Three), Associated Film, 1979. Inspector Fredrich Netusil, Bad Timing (also known as Bad Timing: A Sensual Obsession), World Northal, 1980. Cat, The Border, Universal, 1981. Thomas Paine, La nuit de Varennes (also known as That Night in Varennes, The New World, and Il mondo nuovo), Triumph Releasing, 1982. The fugitive, Une pierre dans la bouche (also known as A Stone in the Mouth), 1983. Rivas, Exposed, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1983. Lieutenant Fred O’Connor, Corrupt (also known as Copkiller, Cop Killers, Corrupt Lieutenant, Order of Death, and Copkiller—L’assassino dei poliziotti), New Line Cinema, 1983. Mr. Legend, Nemo (also known as Dream One), Columbia, 1984. Ed Lasky, Falling in Love, Paramount, 1984. Klever, El caballero del dragon (also known as Knight of the Dragon and Star Knight), Cinetel Films, 1985. Frankie Acquasanta, Un complicato intrigo di donne, vicoli, e delitti (also known as Camorra, a Story of Streets, Women, and Crime, Camorra: The Naples Connection, A Complex Plot about Women, Alleys, and Crimes, The Naples Connection, and Vicoli e delitti), Cannon, 1985. Mickey, Off Beat, Buena Vista, 1986. Bobby DiLea, Wise Guys, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/ United Artists, 1986. Sacha, La sposa americana (also known as The American Bride), 1986. Pontius Pilate, L’inchiesta (also known as The Inquiry and The Investigation), Italian International, 1987. Alonzo, The Pick–up Artist, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1987. Penfield Gruber, Blindside, 1987. Nikolai Bukharin, Caro Gorbaciov (also known as Cordial Gorbachev and Dear Gorbachev), United International Pictures, 1988. Judas Iscariot, The Last Temptation of Christ, Universal, 1988. Thomas, Grandi cacciatori (also known as The Great Hunter and White Hunter), 1988. Frank Starkey, January Man, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/ United Artists, 1989. Julius ⬙Jake⬙ Berman, The Two Jakes, Paramount, 1990. 117

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Izzy Maurer, Lulu on the Bridge, Trimark Pictures, 1998. James Hager, Three Seasons (also known as Ba mua), October Films, 1999. P. J. Waters, Holy Smoke (also known as Holy Smoke!), Miramax, 1999. The master, Presence of Mind (also known as El celo), Cargo Films, 1999. Guardian, Prince of Central Park, Keystone Entertainment, 2000. Chief Petty Officer Henry Klough, U–571, MCA/ Universal, 2000. Satan/Dad, Little Nicky, New Line Cinema, 2000. Tony Romano, Nailed, Sanford/Pillsbury Productions, 2001. Major Steve Arnold, Taking Sides (also known as Taking Sides—Le cas Furtwaengler and Taking Sides—Der Fall Furtwaengler), Beyond Films, 2001. Muhsfeldt, The Grey Zone, Lions Gate Films, 2001. Leone, Vipera (also known as Mother Viper and Viper), Lantia, 2001. Himself, Jonas at the Ocean (documentary), 2001. Nowhere, 01 Distribution, 2002. Jack Crawford, Red Dragon (also known as Roter Drache), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/MCA/Universal, 2002. Frankie Zammeti, Crime Spree (also known as Wanted), DEJ Productions, 2002. Zolo, Beeper, Shoreline Entertainment, 2002. Matt Benson, Ginostra, Lionsgate, 2002. Himself, Imagine New York (short film), 2003. Edward Robards, El misterio Galindez (also known as Galindez and The Galindez File), 2003. Private investigator, Who Killed the Idea? (short film), BMW Films, 2003. Che, Dreaming of Julia (also known as Cuban Blood), Velocity Home Entertainment, 2003. The mystery man, Chasing the Elephant (short film), 2003. Himself, Beyond the Skyline (short film), 2003. Walter McGrane, Puerto Vallarta Squeeze, Showcase Entertainment, 2004. Sadusky, National Treasure (also known as Sonomo), Buena Vista, 2004. Uncle Pio, The Bridge of San Luis Rey (also known as El puente de San Luis Rey and Le pont du roi Saint– Louis), Fine Line, 2004. Himself, Dieses Jahr in Czernowitz (documentary; also known as This Year in Czernowitz), 2004. Terrtano, One Last Dance, 2005. Nick Carr, Be Cool, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2005. Himself, The Outsider (documentary), Westlake Entertainment Group, 2005. Himself, Making of ⬙Shadows of the Sun⬙ (short documentary), Walt Disney Company, 2005. Roger Culkin, A Crime (also known as Un crime), 2006. The merchant, Il mercante di pietre (also known as The Stone Merchant), Monarch Home Video, 2006. (English version) Voice of Miro, Arthur et les Minimoys (also known as Arthur and the Invisibles, Arthur

Film Work: Coproducer, Reservoir Dogs, Miramax, 1992. Associate producer, Smoke (also known as Smoke— Raucher unter Sich), Miramax, 1995. Executive producer, Blue in the Face (also known as Brooklyn Boogie), Miramax, 1995. Executive producer, Three Seasons (also known as Ba mua), October Films, 1999. Executive producer, The Grey Zone, Lions Gate Films, 2001. Producer, Dreaming of Julia (also known as Cuban Blood), Artisan Entertainment, 2001. Television Appearances; Series: Lieutenant Gene Hunt, Life on Mars, ABC, 2008–2009. Television Appearances; Movies: Seaman, Pueblo (also known as Pueblo Affair), 1973. Bugsy Siegel, The Virginia Hill Story, NBC, 1974. La bella otero, 1983. Baciami strega, 1985. Solly Berliner, The Men’s Club, Showtime, 1986. Down Where the Buffalo Go, 1988. This Ain’t Bebop, 1989. George, Head above Water, HBO, 1997. Elvis, Finding Graceland (also known as The Road to Graceland), Cinemax, 1998. Brigadier General Warren ⬙Blackie⬙ Black, Fail Safe, CBS, 2000. Weldon Parish, The Shadow Dancer (also known as Shadows in the Sun and Vengo a prenderti), ABC Family, 2005. Television Appearances; Specials: Voice of Second Lieutenant Donald Jacques, Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam (also known as Dear America), HBO, 1987. Himself, Hello Actors Studio, 1988. Wunderbare Visionen auf dem Weg zur Hoelle—Das Kino und die Kampfe des Martin Scorsese, 1989. The 64th Annual Academy Awards, 1992. The 2nd Annual Saturday Night Live Mother’s Day Special, NBC, 1993. Quentin Tarantino: Hollywood’s Boy Wonder, BBC, 1994. 118

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KEITEL Inside the Actors Studio (also known as Inside the Actors Studio: The Craft of Theatre and Film), Bravo, 1998. Himself, Larry King Live, Cable News Network, 2000. Himself, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 2000. Himself, Leute Heute, ZDF, 2002. Himself, V Graham Norton, Channel 4, 2002. Himself, ⬙Be Cool,⬙ Comedy Central Canned Ham (also known as Reel Comedy), Comedy Central, 2005. Himself, Seitenblicke, 2008. Also appeared in The Charlie Rose Show. Stage Appearances: Second man, Up to Thursday, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1965. Happy Loman, Death of a Salesman, Circle in the Square, New York City, 1975. Phil, Hurlyburly, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1983–84, then Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1984, later Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1984–85. Jake, A Lie of the Mind, Promenade Theatre, 1986. Company of Angels, Los Angeles, 1986. Goose and Tom–Tom, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York City, 1986. Title role, Jerry Springer: The Opera, Carnegie Hall, New York City, 2009.

Television Appearances; Episodic: (Uncredited) German soldier, ⬙The Great Impersonation,⬙ Hogan’s Heroes, 1966. (Uncredited) Blue Whale patron, Dark Shadows, 1966. Ramby, ⬙Case of the Shady Lady,⬙ N.Y.P.D., 1968. Jerry Talaba, ⬙Siege of Terror,⬙ Kojak, 1973. Ernie, ⬙Deadly Ambition,⬙ The F.B.I., ABC, 1974. Jerry, ⬙A Memory of Two Mondays,⬙ Great Performances, PBS, 1974. Bryan Sullivan, ⬙Vanessa in the Garden,⬙ Amazing Stories (also known as Steven Spielberg Presents ⬙Amazing Stories⬙ and Steven Spielberg’s ⬙Amazing Stories⬙), NBC, 1985. Frank Tanner, ⬙Reading between the Lines,⬙ The Ellen Burstyn Show, 1986. ⬙Imagining America⬙ (also known as ⬙Get Your Kicks on Route 66,⬙ ⬙Reflections of a Native Son,⬙ ⬙This Ain’t Bebop,⬙ and ⬙Tribe⬙), American Playhouse, PBS, 1989. ⬙Martin Scorsese Directs,⬙ American Masters, PBS, 1990. ⬙Miracle on 44th Street: A Portrait of the Actors Studio,⬙ American Masters, PBS, 1991. Saturday Night Live (also known as SNL), NBC, 1993, 2002. American Cinema, PBS, 1995. Himself, Cinema tres (also known as Informatiu cinema), 1996. Himself, The Rosie O’Donnell Show, syndicated, 1996.

RECORDINGS Videos: Himself, Location Production Footage: ⬙The Last Temptation of Christ⬙ (short documentary), Criterion Collection, 1988. Himself, Making ⬙Taxi Driver⬙ (documentary), Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1999. Himself, Adam Sandler Goes to Hell (short documentary), New Line Home Video, 2001. Himself, A Director’s Journey: The Making of ⬙Red Dragon⬙ (short documentary), Universal Home Video, 2003. Himself, ⬙National Treasure⬙ on Location (short documentary), Buena Vista Home Video, 2005. Himself, Before, During and ⬙After the Sunset⬙ (documentary), New Line Home Video, 2005. Music Videos: Appeared in ⬙D.O.A. (Death of Auto–Tune)⬙ by Jay–Z, 2009; also appeared in ⬙Play Dead⬙ by Bjork. OTHER SOURCES Books: Caveney, Graham, Harvey Keitel, Bloomsbury, 1995. 119

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Clarkson, Wensley, Harvey Keitel: Prince of Darkness, Piatkus Books, 1997. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 3: Actors and Actresses, 4th edition, St. James Press, 2000. Fine, Marshall, Harvey Keitel: The Art of Darkness, Fromm International, 1998. Newsmakers 1994, Issue 4, Gale Research, 1994. St. James Encyclopedia of Pop Culture, St. James Press, 2000. Periodicals: Empire, Issue 53, 1993, pp. 56–57; Issue 100, p. 194. Entertainment Weekly, November/December p. 49. Interview, August, 1990, p. 84; December, pp. 138–41; May, 1999, p. 60; March, p. 110. New York Times, January 26, 2008, p. B7. Premiere, March, 2005, pp. 98–102. Vogue, December, 1993, pp. 288–89.

PERIODICALS Dance Magazine, March 1, 2008. New York Times, December 24, 2007. Telegraph, December 29, 2007.

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Original name, Marilyn Kuzyk; born 1952 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; married Don Cilinsky (divorced); children: one daughter. Education: Studied dance with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet.

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Original name, Milton Greenwald; born August 12, 1919, in Brooklyn, NY; died of cancer, December 23, 2007, in Los Angeles, CA. Choreographer. Innovative choreographer Kidd created some of the liveliest and most memorable dance numbers ever performed in Broadway and Hollywood musicals. Perhaps his signature film work is the barn-raising sequence in the 1954 film Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Kidd studied modern dance in high school and received a scholarship to attend the School of American Ballet in New York City in 1937. In the early 1940s he became a soloist, adopting the name Michael Kidd and performing with a number of New York companies, including American Ballet Theatre. It was with this company that he began to experiment with choreography. Kidd received his first Broadway choreography credit—and won his first Antoinette Perry Award—for his work on Finian’s Rainbow in 1947. Later he received four more Antoinette Perry Awards for Guys and Dolls, Can-Can, Li’l Abner, and Destry Rides Again. The first Hollywood film Kidd choreographed was the 1952 movie Where’s Charley, an adaptation of the hit Broadway musical of the same title. His first big Hollywood success came the following year with The Band Wagon, which starred Fred Astaire. In the late 1960s he also choreographed such films as Star! and Hello Dolly! Kidd’s other Broadway credits include Wildcat, Subways Are for

Career: Actress. Appeared in television commercial for Vaseline Intensive Care lotion. Awards, Honors: Gemini Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a featured supporting role in a dramatic program, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 1997, for Little Criminals; Gemini Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a featured supporting role in a dramatic series, 2001 and 2003, for Blue Murder; Genie Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a supporting role, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 2002, for Lost and Delirious. CREDITS Film Appearances: Brenda, The Kiss, TriStar, 1989. Heather, Speed Zone! (also known as Cannonball Fever), Orion, 1989. 120

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KUZYK Mrs. Ivanov, Breach of Faith: Family of Cops II, CBS, 1997. Peggy Evans, Any Mother’s Son, Lifetime, 1997. Carol Arden, Every 9 Seconds (also known as A Call for Help), NBC, 1997. Camille Preston, The Defenders: Payback, Showtime, 1997. Camille Preston, The Defenders: The Choice of Evils (also known as The Defenders), Showtime, 1998. Carol Richmond, My Date with the President’s Daughter, ABC, 1998. Camille Preston, The Defenders: Taking the First, Showtime, 1998. Kim, Bone Daddy, HBO, 1998. Nora Keating, Blue Moon, CBS, 1999. Marion Gray, Strange Justice, Showtime, 1999. Elaine Metcalf, Cruel Justice, NBC, 1999. Eleanor Grayson, The Time Shifters (also known as Thrill Seekers), TBS, 1999. Karen Marko, In the Company of Spies, HBO, 1999. Laura Fromm, The Golden Spiders: A Nero Wolfe Mystery, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Mrs. Murdock, The Deadly Look of Love (also known as Mine Forever), Lifetime, 2000. Dying to Dance, NBC, 2001. Joanne Karnegian, 111 Gramercy Park, ABC, 2003. Cookie, I Do (But I Don’t), Lifetime, 2004. Iris, Kink in My Hair, Global, 2004. Marsha Crawford, Descent, Sci–Fi Channel, 2005. The Hunt for the BTK Killer, CBS, 2005. Katharine, A Christmas Wedding, Lifetime, 2006. Dr. Elaine Trussle, Still Small Voices, Lifetime, 2007.

Mrs. Gordon, Malicious, Republic Pictures Corp., 1995. Rita, Little Criminals, 1995. Gwen, Men with Guns, Norstar Entertainment, 1997. Kim, Bone Daddy (also known as Palmer’s Bones), Artisan Entertainment, 1998. Eve Preedy, Water Damage, 1999. Adele Green, Waking the Dead, USA Films, 2000. Eleanor Bannet, Lost and Delirious, 2001. Diana Holt, Phase IV, 2001. Lucille, Fairytales and Pornography, 2002. Professor Delphine Roux, The Human Stain, Miramax, 2003. Thelma, The Final Cut (also known as The Final Cut— dein tod ist erst der anfang), Lions Gate Films, 2004. Leslie Quennell, A Different Loyalty, Lions Gate, 2004. Secretary of State, The Day After Tomorrow, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2004. Isabel, The Last Sign (also known as Le dernier signe), First Look, 2005. Hope, Kardia, Alcina, 2006. Ms. Samuels, Camille, A–Mark, 2007. Mother, Homecoming, 2007. Also appeared as Eva Spielrein, Where Love Reigns. Television Appearances; Series: Various characters, Bizarre, 1980. Detective Patsy Mayo, Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1981. Connie Bacarri, Wolf, CBS, 1989. Woman in the hidden room, The Hidden Room, Lifetime, 1991–93. Pauline Drury, Traders, CTV and Lifetime, 1997–98. Mila Stiglic, Our Hero, CBC, 2000. Deputy Police Chief Kay Burrow, Blue Murder, 2001. Judith Parker, a recurring role, Sophie, CBC and ABC Family, 2008–2009.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Nadine, False Arrest, ABC, 1991. Barbra Bronfman, The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer, NBC, 1999. Television Appearances; Pilots: Anne Russell, Hope Division, ABC, 1987. Liz McCarren, Nightingales, NBC, 1988. Connie Bacarri, Wolf, CBS, 1989.

Television Appearances; Movies: Maureen McCullough, He’s Fired, She’s Hired, CBS, 1984. Trisha, Striker’s Mountain (also known as Im Reich der weissen berge), 1985. Cathy Anderson, Blind Justice, CBS, 1986. Suzanne, Miles to Go ѧ, CBS, 1986. Sara Burke, Family Sins, CBS, 1987. Frances Kingston, Maggie’s Secret, CBS, 1990. Gloria Chase, Stormy Weathers, ABC, 1992. Laura, I Know My Son Is Alive (also known as Web of Deceit), NBC, 1994. Jessica Saunders, The Lifeforce Experiment (also known as The Breakthrough, Dead Men Talk, and Le silence de la liberte), Sci–Fi Channel, 1994. Nita Chambers, Derby, ABC, 1995. Rita, Little Criminals, 1995. Her Desperate Choice (also known as Desperate Justice), Lifetime, 1996. Donna Harkstrawn, Dead Silence, Fox, 1997.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Extra, ⬙Fantasy Island,⬙ Second City TV (also known as SCTV and Second City Revue), 1979. Irina, ⬙Winner Take All,⬙ The Little Hobo, CTV and syndicated, 1983. Moriah Taylor, ⬙Steele Eligible,⬙ Remington Steele, NBC, 1984. Laura Temple, ⬙Echoes,⬙ Hotel, ABC, 1985. Detective Patsy Mayo, ⬙Seoul on Ice,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1985. Liz Baynes, ⬙The Return,⬙ Starman, ABC, 1986. Assistant District Attorney Marilyn Feldman, ⬙Gibbon Take,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1986. ⬙The Will/Deja vu/The Prediction,⬙ The Love Boat, ABC, 1986. 121

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Detective Patsy Mayo, ⬙More Skinned Against the Skinning,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1986. Assistant District Attorney Marilyn Feldman, ⬙Oy Vey Wilderness,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1987. ⬙Whose Woods Are These,⬙ Street Legal, CBC, 1988. Amanda Dublinski, ⬙Act of Silence,⬙ Street Legal, CBC, 1988. Betty King, ⬙Skeleton in the Closet,⬙ Alfred Hitchcock Presents, 1989. Debra Stone, ⬙The Silent Bell,⬙ Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1989. ⬙C’est la Vinne,⬙ Doogie Howser, M.D., ABC, 1990. Donna Eleese, ⬙The Leap Back—June 15, 1945,⬙ Quantum Leap, NBC, 1991. Lena, ⬙The Happiness Machine,⬙ The Ray Bradbury Theatre, HBO, 1992. Emily Tate, Likely Suspects, Fox, 1992. Dr. Sharon Rayne, Counterstrike, 1993. Julia Dunn, ⬙Moths to a Flame,⬙ Matrix, 1993. Ellen Levitt, ⬙What’s Love Got to Do with It?,⬙ Street Legal, 1993. Tina Poulos, ⬙The Dying Game,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1994. Judge Reynolds, ⬙The Innocent,⬙ Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1994. Laura Huxley, ⬙Sympathy for the Deep,⬙ SeaQuest DSV, NBC, 1994. Dr. Leslie McKenna, ⬙Birthright,⬙ The Outer Limits, 1995. Dr. Leslie McKenna, ⬙The Voice of Reason,⬙ The Outer Limits, 1995. ⬙Ancient Love,⬙ Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1996. Dr. Mary Alcott, ⬙The New Guard,⬙ Poltergeist: The Legacy, Showtime, Sci–Fi Channel, and syndicated, 1997. ⬙God Bless America,⬙ Prince Street, NBC, 1997. Carolyn Starling, ⬙Second Sight/Chocolate Soldier,⬙ Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal, syndicated, 1997.

Also appeared as Pauline Drury, ⬙In Toto,⬙ ⬙Blood on the Floor,⬙ and ⬙Two Steps Forward,⬙ all episodes of Traders, CTV and Lifetime; ⬙A New Day in Eden,⬙ Loving Friends and Perfect Couples.

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Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Education: Studied acting at the National Theatre School of Canada; also attended Concordia University. Addresses: Agent—Premier Role, Inc., 3449 Avenue de l’Hotel de Ville, Montreal, Quebec H2X 3B5, Canada. Career: Actor and director. Awards, Honors: Gemini Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role, Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, 1995, for Street Legal; Gemeaux Award nomination, meilleure interpretation masculine dans un role de soutien: Serie ou emission dramatique, 1999, for Omerta: Le dernier des hommes d onneur; Gemini Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a featured supporting role in a dramatic program or miniseries, 2008, for Victor. CREDITS Film Appearances: Amelia’s date, Happy Birthday to Me, Columbia, 1981. A Single Regret, 1983. Salesman, The Surrogate (also known as Blind Rage), Cinema International Canada, 1984. George, The Gunrunner, New World Video, 1984. Mortimer Griffin and Shalinsky (short documentary), 1985. Bauer, The Trumpeter, 1986. Happy Birthday Hacker John (short film), National Film Board of Canada, 1986.

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Where Are You My Lovelies (short film), National Film Board of Canada, 1986. Gabe’s Armie (short film), National Film Board of Canada, 1986. Dink, Wild Thing, Atlantic Releasing Corp., 1987. The Last Straw (also known as L’homme de paille), 1987. People and Science: Deadlines (short film), National Film Board of Canada, 1987. Without Work: Killing Time (short film), National Film Board of Canada, 1988. Brin James, Tommy Tricker and the Stamp Traveler (also known as L’albuminable homme des timbres and Les aventuriers du timbre perdu), 1988. Gary Hull, Criminal Law, Hemdale Film Corp., 1988. Jesus de Montreal (also known as Jesus of Montreal), Orion Classics, 1989. Sheriff J. J. Johnston, The Carpenter, Republic Pictures Corp., 1989. Without Work: Is Everyone Here Crazy (short film), National Film Board of Canada, 1989. George, The Gunrunner, 1989. Cal, Blind Fear, Academy Video, 1989. The Light Brigade, 1989. A Touch of Murder, 1990. Dr. Kattenberg, Princes in Exile, Fries Entertainment, 1990. Vladimir Spratz, Cursed (also known as Pouvoir obscur), 1990. Peter Maguire, Clearcut, Northern Arts Entertainment, 1991. Pierre, La vie fantome (also known as Phantom Life), 1992. John Westhill, The Neighbor, 1993. Harold, Spike of Love, 1994. Byron Scott, Replikator, 1994. Synder, Iron Eagle IV (also known as Aigle de fer IV), 1995. Dominic Gallano, Tuff Luk Klub, 1997. Father, A Boy’s Own Story, 1998. Dan Collins, A Map of the World (also known as Unschuldig verfolgt), USA Films, 1999. Detective Giatti, Dorian (also known as Pact with the Devil and Pacte avec le diable), 2001. Bill Rudolph, Dell rep, The Recruit, Buena Vista, 2003. Darla’s dad, Hurt, 2003. Summer with the Ghosts (also known as Sommer mit den Burggespenstern), Delphis Films, 2003. Jack Hewitt, A Different Loyalty, Lions Gate Films, 2004. Burt Morrow, A Home at the End of the World, Warner Independent Pictures, 2004. Uncle Winfield, Small Avalanches (short film), 2006. Interviewer, Steel Toes, Film Option International, 2006. Second detective, The Sentinel, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2006. Brian MacDuff, Bon Cop, Bad Cop, Alliance Atlantis Home Video, 2006. Rex, Saw IV, Lionsgate, 2007.

Captain Ross, Punisher: War Zone, Lionsgate, 2008. Reverend Harper, Zombie Dearest, Anthem Pictures, 2009. Television Appearances; Series: Brian Malony, Street Legal, CBC, 1990–94. Del Sutton, Wind at My Back, CBC, 1997–2000. Dr. Oliver Crane, a recurring role, Doc, PAX, 2001–2004. Jack Angel, The Is Wonderland, CBC, 2005–2006. Professor Fisher, The Best Years, 2007. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Rossano, Spearfield’s Daughter, syndicated, 1986. Mackinlay Brooks, Degree of Guilt, NBC, 1995. Gino Favara, Omerta II—La loi du silence, 1997. Norm Attwood, The Last Chapter II: The War Continues (also known as Le dernier chapitre: La vengeance), CBC, 2003. Mazzotta, Il duce canadese (also known as Il duce canadese: Le Mussolini canadien), 2004. Carl Garcia, The State Within, BBC America and BBC1, 2006. Jim Fielding, CIA agent, The Path to 9/11, ABC, 2006. St. Urbain’s Horseman, CBC, 2007. Max ⬙Bull⬙ Haber, Race to Mars (also known as A la conquerte de Mars), Discovery Channel Canada, 2007. Tom Ranfield, Impact (also known as Last Impact—Der Einschlag), ABC, 2008–2009. Television Appearances; Movies: Teitlebaum, Shades of Love: Make Mine Chartreuse, 1987. Arnie Glassman, Shades of Love: Moonlight Flight, 1988. Rusty, Shades of Love: The Emerald Tear, 1988. Fenske, Red Earth, White Earth (also known as Snake Treaty), CBS, 1989. Carey Parker, The Phone Call, 1989. Pete Sheppard, The Return of Eliot Ness, NBC, 1991. Matrisciana, The Diamond Fleece, USA Network, 1992. Reporter, Bonds of Love, CBS, 1993. Bruce Wasserstein, Double or Nothing: The Rise and Fall of Robert Campeau, CTV, 1993. Tom Armour, Vanished (also known as Danielle Steel’s ⬙Vanished,⬙ NBC, 1995. The police chief, The Possession of Michael D. (also known as Legacy of Evil), Fox, 1995. Paul Taylor, Ebbie, Lifetime, 1995. Tim, The Deliverance of Elaine, CBS, 1996. Dad, Shadow Zone: The Undead Express, Showtime, 1996. Sergeant Bill Bell, Lies He Told, ABC, 1997. Orsini, John Woo’s ⬙Once a Thief: Family Business,⬙ The Movie Channel, 1998. Nicholas Anton, Giving Up the Ghost, Lifetime, 1998. 124

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Jason, Mission Control weasel, Escape from Mars, UPN, 1998. Mickey Sherman, Crime in Connecticut: The Story of Alex Kelly (also known as Cry Rape and Le retour d’Alex Kelly), CBS, 1999. James (Amanda’s dad), Sea People, Showtime, 1999. Van Dreema, Largo Winch: The Heir (also known as Largo Winch—Gefaehrliches Erbe and Largo Winch), 2001. Matthew Gordon, After Amy (also known as No Ordinary Baby), Lifetime, 2001. Brendan Moody, All around the Town (also known as Nous n’irons plus au bois and Mary Higgins Clark’s ⬙All around the Town⬙), PAX, 2002. Harold Stein, Mayday, CBS, 2005. Father Paul Montoya, Absolution, Lifetime, 2006. Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy (also known as Lipstick and Why I Wore Lipstick), Lifetime, 2006. Cliff Barry, Victor, CBC, 2008. Tom Drood, The Quality of Life (also known as The Quality of Life: A Dominic Da Vinci Movie), CBC, 2008. Gene, Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning, CTV, 2008. Television Appearances; Pilots: Will Dannon, Long Island Fever, ABC, 1995. Dr. Oliver Crane, Doc, PAX, 2001. (Uncredited) Dr. Phillip Crane/guy on TV, Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye, PAX, 2002. Television Appearances; Episodic: (As Ron Lee) Geoffrey Butler, ⬙Lovesounds,⬙ The Hitchhiker (also known as Deadly Nightmares and Le voyageur), HBO, 1988. Vic, ⬙My Enemy,⬙ The Hitchhiker (also known as Deadly Nightmares and Le voyageur), HBO, 1988. Frank, ⬙Otherwise Inflicted,⬙ E.N.G., Lifetime and CTV, 1990. Paul Daniels, ⬙The Pied Piper,⬙ War of the Worlds (also known as War of the Worlds: The Second Invasion), syndicated, 1990. Mallick, ⬙Tie a Yellow Ribbon,⬙ Counterstrike (also known as Force de frappe), 1991. Delaney, ⬙The Stalker/Bomb Protective Mission,⬙ Secret Service, NBC, 1992. Trenton, ⬙The Tin Man,⬙ Robocop (also known as RoboCop: The Series), syndicated, 1994. Mr. Nichols, ⬙Chicago Holiday: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Due South (also known as Direction: Sud), CBS and CTV, 1994. Gus Danzig, Catwalk, MTV and syndicated, 1994. Voice of Glenn, Free Willy (animated), ABC, 1994. Dr. Jack Mason, ⬙Heart Choices,⬙ Side Effects, CBC, 1995. John Grant, ⬙Tek Posse,⬙ TekWar (also known as TekWar: The Series), USA Network, 1995. Dominic Duzaky, ⬙Angel Falling,⬙ Sirens, ABC, 1995.

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Film Appearances: New York’s narrator, L’an O1 (also known as The Year 01), Cinemas Associes, 1973. Dickie band member, 18 Again, New World, 1988. Himself, Comic Book Confidential (documentary), VCI Home Video, 1988. Himself, How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way, 1988. Marvel Comics editor, The Ambulance, Triumph Releasing, 1990. Himself, The Troma System, 1993. Jugular Wine: A Vampire Odyssey (also known as Juglar Wine), EI Video, 1994. (Uncredited) Himself, Mallrats, Gramercy, 1995. (Uncredited) Opening narration, Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV, Troma, 1999. Hot dog vendor, X–Men (also known as X–Men 1.5), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2000. The priest, The Adventures of Cinderella’s Daughter, Creative Light Worldwide, 2000. (Uncredited) Man in fair, Spider–Man, Columbia, 2002. Stan Lee’s Mutants, Monsters, and Marvels (documentary), Creative Light Worldwide, 2002. Himself, De Superman a Spider–Man: L’aventure des super–heroes (documentary), Gaumont/Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2002. Old man at crossing, Daredevil (also known as Daredevil: A Daring New Vision), 2003. Security guard, Hulk, 2003. Himself, Sex, Lies & Superheroes (documentary; also known as Four Color Heroes), 2003. Man dodging debris, Spider–Man 2 (also known as ⬙Spider–Man 2⬙: The IMAX Experience), 2004. Three Stooges wedding guest, The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, Buena Vista, 2004. Himself, Comic Book: The Movie, Miramax Home Entertainment, 2004. Countdown to Wednesday (documentary), Spacedog, 2004. Himself, Hero in Crisis (short documentary), 2004. Willie Lumpkin, Fantastic Four, 2005. Himself, Make Your Own Damn Movie!, 2005. Waterhose man, X–Men: The Last Stand (also known as X–Men 3, X3, and X–men–L’engagement ultime), 2006. Man in Times Square, Spider–Man 3 (also known as Spider–Man 3: The IMAX Experience), 2007. Himself, Marvel Then and Now: An Evening with Stan Lee and Joe Quesana (documentary), Caroline Distribution, 2007. (Uncredited) Himself, Confessions of a Superhero (documentary), Arts Alliance, 2007. Himself, Will Eisner: Portrait of a Sequential Artist, 2007. Himself—rejected wedding guest, 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer (also known as Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer, and Les 4 Fantastiques et le Surfer d’Argent), 2007.

LEE, Stan 1922– PERSONAL Original name, Stanley Martin Lieber; born December 28, 1922, in New York, NY; son of Jack (a dress cutter) and Celia (maiden name, Solomon) Lieber; married Joan Clayton Boocock, December 5, 1947; children: Joan Celia ⬙J.C.⬙ (a model and actress), Jan (deceased). Addresses: Office—POW! Entertainment, 9440 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 610, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Publicist—Miller PR, 8322 Beverly Blvd., Suite 201, West Hollywood, CA 90048. Career: Writer, producer, and actor. Marvel Comics (formerly Timely Comics then Atlas Comics), Los Angeles, CA, editorial assistant and copywriter, 1939–42, editor, 1942–72, publisher and editorial director, 1972–97, chairman, 1997–98, then chairman emeritus, Marvel Media, 1998—; Stan Lee Media (an animation company), cofounder, chairman, and chief creative officer, 1999–2002; POW! Entertainment, Beverly Hills, CA, principal and chief creative officer, 2003—. Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, adjunct professor of popular culture; gives lectures on college campuses. Military service: U.S. Army, 1942–45; became sergeant. Member: American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, National Cartoonists Society, Academy of Comic Book Arts (founder and president), Friars Club. Awards, Honors: Six Alley Awards, 1963–68; award from the Society for Comic Art Research and Preservation, 1968; Eureka Award, Il Targa, Milan, Italy, 1970, for world best comic writing; Annual Award, Popular Culture Association, 1974; Publisher of the Year Award, Periodical and Book Association of America, 1978; award from the Academy of Comic Book Arts; honorary degree, Bowling Green State University; Lifetime Achievement Award, Burbank International Children Film Festival, 2000; Life Career Award, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, 2002; American National Medal of Arts, 2008; University of Southern California Scripter Award nomination (with others), 2009, for Iron Man. 126

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Himself, The Legends behind the Comic Books (documentary), 2007. (Uncredited) Stanley, Mosaic (also known as Stan Lee Presents ⬙Mosaic⬙), 2007. (Uncredited) Voice of grandfather, The Condor (also known as Stan Lee Presents: ⬙The Condor⬙), Anchor Bay Entertainment, 2007. (Uncredited) Milwaukee man drinking from bottle, The Incredible Hulk, 2008. Storyteller, Devil’s Run (short film), Createspace.com, 2008. Himself, Iron Man (also known as Ironman), Paramount, 2008. Himself, Bigger Stronger Faster* (short documentary; also known as Bigger Stronger Faster*: *The Side Effects of Being American), Magnolia Pictures, 2008. Himself, Tromatized, Meet Lloyd Kaufman (documentary), 2008. Himself, True Believer: The Stan Lee Documentary, 2009. Himself, Direct Your Own Damn Movie! (documentary), Troma Team Video, 2009. Larry King, Iron Man 2 (also known as Iron Man II), 2010. Film Work: Executive consultant, The Punisher, 1989. Executive producer, Captain America, Columbia, 1991. Executive producer, Blade, New Line Cinema, 1998. Executive producer, X–Men (also known as X–Men 1.5), 2000. Executive producer, Blade II, New Line Cinema, 2002. Executive producer and executive consultant, Spider– Man, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2002. Producer and editor, ⬙Spider–Man⬙: The Ultimate Villain Showdown, Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2002. Executive producer, Daredevil (also known as Daredevil: A Daring New Vision), Twentieth Century– Fox, 2003. Executive producer, X2 (also known as X–Men 2, X–2, X–Men 2: X–Men United, X2: X–Men United, and X2: X–Men unis), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2003. Executive producer, Hulk, Universal, 2003. Executive producer, The Punisher, Lions Gate Films, 2004. Executive producer and executive consultant, Spider– Man 2 (also known as Spider–Man 2: The IMAX Experience), Columbia, 2004. Executive producer, Blade: Trinity, New Line Cinema, 2004. Executive producer, Elektra, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2005. Executive producer, Man–Thing (also known as Man Thing), Lions Gate Films, 2005. Executive producer, Fantastic Four, Twentieth Century– Fox, 2005.

Television Appearances; Series: Narrator, Spider–Man and His Amazing Friends (animated), NBC, 1981–83. Narrator, The Incredible Hulk (animated; also known as The All New Incredible Hulk and The Incredible Hulk 1982), NBC, 1982. Host, Biker Mice from Mars (animated; also known as Marvel Action Universe: Biker Mice from Mars), syndicated, 1993. Host and himself, The Fantastic Four (also known as The Marvel Action Hour: ⬙The Fantastic Four⬙), syndicated, 1994. Host and voice of Stan ⬙the Man⬙ Lee, Spider–Man (animated), Fox, 1994. Host, Iron Man (animated; also known as Marvel Action Hour: ⬙Iron Man⬙), syndicated, 1994. Izayus, The Seventh Portal, 2000. Himself, Who Wants to Be a Superhero? (also known as Who Wants to Be a Superhero? 2), Sci–Fi Channel, 2006–2007. 127

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General Wallace, Black Panther, 2009. Mayor of Super Hero City, The Super Hero Squad Show, 2009. Television Appearances; Movies: (Uncredited) Jury foreman, The Trial of the Incredible Hulk, NBC, 1989. (Uncredited) Narrator, Pryde of the X–Men (animated), Fox, 1989. Television Appearances; Specials: Interviewee, Stan Lee: The Comix–Man! (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Super Heroes (documentary), The Learning Channel, 1999. Interviewee, X–Men: The Mutant Watch, Fox, 2000. Himself, Spider–Mania (documentary), 2002. Himself, Top 10 Comic Book Heroes, 2002. Himself, Behind the Scenes: Spider–Man the Movie (also known as Behind the Ultimate Sin), Space, 2002. Himself, The ⬙Spider–Man⬙ Story (also known as The ⬙Spider–Man 2⬙ Story), Channel 5, 2002. Himself, ⬙Spider–Man⬙: An MTV Movie Special, MTV, 2002. Himself, ⬙Hulk⬙: The Lowdown, Sci–Fi Channel, 2003. Himself, ⬙The Hulk⬙: An MTV Movie Special, MTV, 2003. Himself, Comic Book Superheroes Unmasked, History Channel, 2003. The 3rd Annual DVD Exclusive Awards, FX Network, 2003. Himself, Pamela Anderson: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 2004. Presenter, G–Phoria, G4, 2004. Himself, Ultimate Super Heroes, Ultimate Super Villains, Ultimate Super Vixens, Bravo, 2005. Himself, 05 Spaceys, Space, 2005. Himself, Look, Up in the Sky: The Amazing Story of Superman, Arts and Entertainment, 2006. Moebius Redux: A Life in Pictures, 2007. Himself, In Search of Steve Ditko, 2007. Himself, Anime: Drawing a Revolution, Starz!, 2007. Himself, Starz Inside: Comic Books Unbound, Starz!, 2008. Himself, Scream Awards 2008, Spike TV, 2008. Himself, How Bruce Lee Changed the World, History Channel, 2009. Himself, Starz Inside: Unforgettably Evil, Starz!, 2009.

Also appeared in The Dennis Miller Show, syndicated. Television Work; Series: Art consultant, story consultant, and (uncredited) cocreator, Spider–Man (animated; also known as The Amazing Spider–Man), ABC, 1967–70. Creator, The Fantastic Four (animated), NBC, 1978. Script consultant, The Amazing Spider–Man (also known as Spiderman), 1978–79. Consultant, The Incredible Hulk, 1978–82. Creator, Spider–Woman (animated), ABC, 1979.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, Muppet Babies (animated; also known as Jim Henson’s ⬙Muppet Babies⬙ and Muppets, Babies, and Monsters), 1989. Himself, Showbiz Today, Cable News Network, 1991. Himself, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 1995. 128

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Consultant, Dr. Strange, 1978. Screenplay consultant, Spider–Man: The Dragon’s Challenge (also known as The Chinese Web), 1979. Consultant, Captain America, CBS, 1979. Consultant, Captain America II: Death Too Soon (also known as Captain America II), CBS, 1979. Story editor and developer, Solarman, 1986. Consultant to the producers, The Incredible Hulk Returns, NBC, 1988. Supervising producer, Pryde of the X–Men (animated), Fox, 1989. Consultant, The Trial of the Incredible Hulk, NBC, 1989. Consultant to the producers, The Death of the Incredible Hulk (also known as The Death of the Incredible Hulk: The Movie), NBC, 1990. Executive producer and script consultant, Generation X, 1996. Executive Producer, Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (animated; also known as Nick Fury), Fox, 1998. Executive producer, Lightspeed (also known as Stan Lee’s ⬙Lightspeed⬙), Sci–Fi Channel, 2006. Executive producer, Harpies (also known as Stan Lee’s ⬙Harpies⬙), 2007.

Supervising story editor, Defenders of the Earth, 1986. Executive story editor, RoboCop, 1988. Executive producer and creator, X–Men (animated), Fox, 1992–97. Executive producer, Biker Mice from Mars (animated; also known as Marvel Action Universe: Biker Mice from Mars), syndicated, 1993–96. Consulting producer and creator, Spider–Man (animated), Fox, 1994. Co–executive producer and creator, Iron Man (animated; also known as The Marvel Action Hour: ⬙Iron Man⬙), syndicated, 1994. Executive producer and creator, Fantastic Four (animated; also known as The Marvel Action Hour: ⬙The Fantastic Four⬙), syndicated, 1994. Co–executive producer and creator, Fantastic Four (animated; also known as The Marvel Action Hour: ⬙The Fantastic Four⬙), syndicated, 1995–96. Executive producer and creator, Iron Man (animated; also known as The Marvel Action Hour: ⬙Iron Man⬙), syndicated, 1995–96. Co–executive producer and creator, Spider–Man (animated), Fox, 1995–96. Executive producer and creator, The Incredible Hulk (animated; also known as The Incredible Hulk & Friends), UPN, 1996–97. Executive producer and creator, Spider–Man (animated), Fox, 1996–98. Executive producer and creator, Silver Surfer (animated), Fox, 1998. Executive producer, The Avengers (animated), Fox, 1999–2000. Executive producer, X–Men: Evolution (animated), The WB, 2000. Producer, The Accuser, 2000. Executive producer, X–Men Evolution (animated), The WB, 2000–2003. Executive producer, Spider–Man (animated; also known as Spider–Man: The New Animated Series), 2003. Executive producer, Stripperella (also known as Stan Lee’s ⬙Stripperella⬙), Spike TV, 2003–2004. Executive producer, Who Wants to Be a Superhero? (also known as Who Wants to Be a Superhero? 2), Sci–Fi Channel, 2006–2007. Co–executive producer, Fantastic Four (animated; also known as Fantastic Four: World’s Greatest Heroes), Cartoon Network, 2006–2007. Creator and executive producer, The Spectacular Spider–Man, The CW, 2008–2009. Executive producer, Wolverine and the X–Men (animated), BBC and Nicktoons, 2008–2009.

Television Work; Pilots: Consultant, The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1977. Consultant, Captain America, CBS, 1979. Executive producer, Generation X, Fox, 1996. Executive producer, Hero, Showtime, 2009. Radio Appearances: Narrator, The Fantastic Four, syndicated, 1975. RECORDINGS Videos: Himself, Origins of ⬙Blade⬙: A Look at Dark Comics (short documentary), New Line Cinema, 1998. Himself, The Men without Fear: Creating ⬙Daredevil⬙ (documentary), Twentieth Century–Fox Home Entertainment, 2003. Himself, The Uncanny Suspects (short documentary), Twentieth Century–Fox Home Entertainment, 2003. Himself, The Secret Origin of X–Men (short documentary), Twentieth Century–Fox Home Entertainment, 2003. Himself, Cinemaker (documentary), 2004. Himself, Making the Amazing (documentary; also known as Making the Amazing: ⬙Spider–Man 2⬙ and Making the Amazing: The Making of ⬙Spider– Man 2⬙), Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, 2004. Himself, Interwoven: The Women of ⬙Spider–Man⬙ (short documentary), Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, 2004.

Television Work; Movies: Consultant, The Incredible Hulk: Death in the Family (also known as The Return of the Incredible Hulk), 1977. Screenplay consultant, Spider–Man, CBS, 1977. Screenplay consultant, Spider–Man Strikes Back (also known as Spider–Man: The Deadly Dust and The Deadly Dust), 1978. 129

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Himself, 8 Arms to Hold You (short documentary), Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, 2004. Himself, Shadows of the Bat: The Cinematic Saga of the Dark Knight—The Road to Gotham City (short documentary), Warner Home Video, 2005. Himself, Legends of the Dark Knight: The History of ⬙Batman⬙ (short documentary), Warner Home Video, 2005. Himself, ⬙X–Men⬙: The Excitement Continues (short documentary), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2006. Himself, Marvel Ultimate Alliance: The Ultimate Game (documentary), Activision, 2006. Himself, Marvel Ultimate Alliance: The Ink to Game Process (documentary), Activision, 2006. Himself, Marvel Ultimate Alliance: Superheroes of Marvel Ultimate Alliance (documentary), Activision, 2006. Himself, Marvel Ultimate Alliance: Creating the Alliance (documentary), Activision, 2006.

Spider–Man (also known as Spiderman 2000 and Spiderman), 1981. The Incredible Hulk (also known as The All New Incredible Hulk and The Incredible Hulk 1982), 1982. The Incredible Hulk, 1986. (With Gerry Conway and John Semper) ⬙Night of the Lizard,⬙ Spider–Man (animated) Fox, 1994. Fantastic Four (also known as The Marvel Hour: The Fantastic Four), 1994–96. Iron Man (also known as The Marvel Action Hour: Iron Man), 1994–96. (Story only; with Avi Arad) ⬙The Alien Costume: Part 1,⬙ Spider–Man (animated) Fox, 1995. X–Men: Evolution, 2000. Spider–Man (animated; also known as Spider–Man: The New Animated Series), 2003. Stripperella (also known as Stan Lee’s ⬙Stripperella⬙), Spike TV, 2003–2004. Who Wants to Be a Superhero? (also known as Who Wants to Be a Superhero? 2), Sci–Fi Channel, 2006–2007.

Video Games: Narrator, Spider–Man, Activision, 2000. Himself, Spider–Man 2 Enter: Electro, Activision, 2001. Voice, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, 2009.

Television Main Title Lyrics; Series: Defenders of the Earth, syndicated, 1986.

WRITINGS

Books: The Mighty Thor, Lancer Books, 1966. Spider–Man Collector Album, Lancer Books, 1966. Origins of Marvel Comics, Simon Schuster, 1974. Son of Origins of Marvel Comics, Simon Schuster, 1975. Bring on the Bad Guys: Origins of Marvel Villains, Simon Schuster, 1976. The Superhero Women, Simon Schuster, 1977. The Best of Spidey Super Stories, Simon Schuster, 1978. (With John Buscema) How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way, Simon Schuster, 1978. The Incredible Hulk, Simon Schuster, 1978. The Silver Surfer, Simon Schuster, 1978. Marvel’s Greatest Superhero Battles, Simon Schuster, 1978. Doctor Strange, Simon Schuster, 1979. The Fantastic Four, Simon Schuster, 1979. Captain America, Simon Schuster, 1979. Stan Lee Presents the Best of the Worst, Harper, 1979. The Complete Adventures of Spider–Man, Simon Schuster, 1979. (Presenter) The Uncanny X–Men, Marvel Comics, 1984. Dunn’s Conundrum (novel) Harper & Row, 1985. The GOD Project (novel), Grove & Weidenfeld, 1990. (With John Buscema) Marvel Masterworks Presents the Silver Surfer, Marvel Comics, 1991. (With Jack Kirby) Marvel Masterworks Presents Thor, Marvel Comics, 1991. Editor, The Ultimate Spider–Man, Byron Preiss Multimedia, 1994.

Screenplays: Spider–Man: The Ultimate Villain Showdown, Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2003. Film Stories: Mosaic (also known as Stan Lee Presents ⬙Mosaic⬙), 2007. Film Songs: ⬙You Drive Me Ape (You Big Gorilla)⬙ and ⬙She’s a Hunchback,⬙ 18 Again, New World, 1988. ⬙Stukas over Disney Land,⬙ Gleaming the Cube, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1989. Television Episodes: Mighty Thor (animated; also known as The Mighty Thor), 1966. Iron Man (animated; also known as The Invincible Iron Man), 1966. (Contributing writer) Spider–Man (animated; also known as The Amazing Spider–Man), 1967–70. The New Fantastic Four (animated; also known as The Fabulous Fantastic Four and The Fantastic Four), NBC, 1978. Supaidaman (also known as Marvel to Toei no Supaida– Man, Spider–Man, and Supaida–Man), 1978. Fred and Barney Meet the Thing, 1979. Spider–Man and His Amazing Friends, 1981. 130

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LEO 90067. Manager—Untitled Entertainment, 1801 Century Park East, Suite 700, Los Angeles, CA 90067.

Editor, The Ultimate Silver Surfer, Byron Preiss Multimedia, 1995. Editor, The Ultimate Super–Villains, Byron Preiss Multimedia, 1996. (With Kurt Busiek) Editor, Untold Tales of Spider–man, Byron Preiss Multimedia, 1997. (With Peter David) Editor, The Ultimate Hulk, Byron Preiss Multimedia, 1998. (With George Mair) Excelsior!: The Amazing Life of Stan Lee (autobiography), Fireside, 2002.

Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Daytime Emmy Award nomination, outstanding ingenue/woman in a drama series, 1985, for All My Children; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award nomination, best supporting actress, and Phoenix Film Critics Society Award (with others), best ensemble acting, both 2004, both for 21 Grams; Drama Desk Award, outstanding ensemble performance, 2004, for The Distance from Here; Bronze Wrangler (with others), outstanding theatrical motion picture, Western Heritage Awards, 2006, for The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada; Best Actress Award, Method Fest, 2008, for Lullaby; Breakthrough Award, Gotham Awards, Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, best actress, Florida Film Critics Circle Award, best actress, Marrakech International Film Festival Award, best actress, Satellite Award nomination, best actress in a motion picture—drama, Silver Seashell, best actress, San Sebastian International Film Festival, Spotlight Award, National Board of Review, Utah Film Critics Association Award, best lead performance by an actress, 2008, Academy Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a leading role, Central Ohio Film Critics Association Awards, best actress and breakthrough film artist, Critics Choice Award nomination, best actress, Broadcast Film Critics Association, Independent Spirit Award, best female lead, Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, outstanding performance by a female actor in a leading role, 2009, all for Frozen River; Maverick Actor Award, Method Fest, 2008; Virtuoso Award, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, 2009.

Other Writings: Wrote a number of syndicated comic strips, including ⬙My Friend Irma,⬙ 1952; ⬙Mrs. Lyons’ Cubs,⬙ 1957–58; ⬙Willie Lumpkin,⬙ 1960; ⬙The Incredible Hulk⬙; and ⬙Spider–Man.⬙ Also wrote articles for periodicals. OTHER SOURCES Books: Authors and Artists for Young Adults, Volume 49, Gale Group, 2003. St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, St. James Press, 2000. Periodicals: Animation World Magazine, July, 1997. Comic Book Marketplace, July, 1998, pp. 28–54. Entertainment Weekly, June 20, 2003, p. 42. Time, February 14, 2000. USA Today, May 5, 2008, p. 6D. Variety, July 19, 2004, pp. B1, B14.

LENNON, Jenny See ROBERTSON, Jenny

CREDITS Film Appearances: Cookie, Streetwalkin’(also known as City Streets and Cookie), Concorde, 1984. Peggy, Always, But Not Forever (also known as Always), Samuel Goldwyn, 1985. Ladykiller, 1986. Judith ⬙Mama⬙ Baer, Deadtime Stories (also known as Freaky Fairytales, The Griebels, and Freaky Film Tales), Cinema Group, 1987. Josie Larraneta, A Time of Destiny, Columbia, 1988. By a Thread, 1991. Hannah, Immaculate Conception (also known as Midnight Secret), Barcino Barcino, 1992. Peggy, Venice/Venice, Rainbow Releasing, 1992. Mrs. Beatrice Grey, The Ballad of Little Jo (also known as Little Man Jo), Fine Line, 1993. Elizabeth, Garden, 1994. Kathy, Under the Bridge, Athos, 1995.

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Trish Axelrod, Last Summer in the Hamptons, Rainbow Releasing, 1995. Herself, Who Is Henry Jaglom? (documentary), 1996. Jo DeAngelo, Code of Ethics, 1999. Dr. Suzanne Pincus, The 24 Hour Woman, Artisan Entertainment/The Shooting Gallery, 1999. Sigrid Anderssen, Fear of Fiction, Pow Wow, 2000. Marianne Jordan, 21 Grams, Focus Features, 2003. Detective Waxman, First Breath (short film), Big Film Shorts, 2004. Miriam, From Other Worlds, 2004. Laura, Hide and Seek, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2005. Lisa Adler, Runaway, 2005. Ruth, No Shoulder (short film), 2005. Maelynn, Patch (short film), 2005. Rachel, The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada (also known as Three Burials: The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, and Trois enterrements), Sony Pictures Classics, 2005. Louise, American Gun, IFC Films, 2005. Agnes Lessor, Confess, MTI Home Video, 2005. Miri, Stephanie Daley (also known as What She Knew), Regent Releasing, 2006. K. C. Collins, The Limbo Room, 2006. Aunt Bee, Hollywood Dreams, Rainbow Releasing, 2006. Mrs. Miller, The House Is Burning, 2006. Helga, Falling Objects (short film), 2006. Sharon, Bomb (short film), 2007. Rita, Midnight Son (short film), 2007. Margaret McKay, Black Irish, Anywhere Road Entertainment, 2007. Mrs. Howard, Dear Lemon Lima (short film), 2007. Ceci, The Cake Eaters, 7–57 Releasing, 2007. Sadie Stokes and Anna Stokes, Racing Daylight, Vanguard Cinema, 2007. Soto, I Believe in America, 2007. Sally Jensen, Mr. Woodcock, New Line Cinema, 2007. Wendy, One Night, 2007. Ray Eddy, Frozen River, Sony Pictures Classics, 2008. Kathy Walsh, The Alphabet Killer, Anchor Bay Entertainment, 2008 Stephanie, Lullaby, Dream Entertainment, 2008. Maggie, Santa Mesa, 2008. Georgia, Ball Don’t Lie, 2008. Alice, This Is a Story about Ted and Alice (short film), 2008. Cheryl Brooks, Righteous Kill, Overture Films, 2008. Penny, Predisposed (short film), 2008. Stephanie, Stephanie’s Image, 2009. Sharon, True Adolescents, 2009. Marie, Don McKay, 2009. Karen, Greta, 2009. Mari, Veronika Decides to Die, 2009. Welcome to the Rileys, 2009. Everybody’s Fine, 2009.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Suellen O’Hara Benteen, Scarlett, CBS, 1994. Television Appearances; Movies: Patti Mullen, Silent Witness, NBC, 1985. Katie Morrisey, Nasty Boys, NBC, 1989. Mary Margaret, The Bride in Black, ABC, 1990. (As Melissa Chessington Leo) Cassie, Carolina Skeletons, NBC, 1991. Carol Manning, In the Line of Duty: Hunt for Justice (also known as In the Line of Duty: Trackdown), NBC, 1995. Sergeant Kay Howard, Homicide: The Movie, NBC, 2000. Television Appearances; Specials: Herself, Ceremonia de clausura—56 festival internacional de cine de San Sebastian, 2008. AMC Storymakers, AMC, 2008. Presenter, The 14th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards Red Carpet Premiere, VH1, 2009. Herself, 81st Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2009. Television Appearances; Pilots: Elizabeth Rourke, Shark, CBS, 2006. Commanding Officer Helen Mille, The Farm, Showtime, 2009. Television Appearances; Episodic: Irina Dzershinsky, ⬙The Defector,⬙ The Equalizer, CBS, 1985. Mary Hamilton, ⬙Mary Hamilton,⬙ Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1986. Kathleen Gilfords, ⬙Bad Timing,⬙ Miami Vice, NBC, 1988. Rebecca Hecht, ⬙Kennonite,⬙ Gideon Oliver (also known as By the Rivers of Babylon and The ABC Monday Mystery Movie), ABC, 1989. Jill, ⬙Where the Truth Lies,⬙ Against the Law, 1990. Alice Sutton, ⬙Sweeps,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1993. Emma Bradford, ⬙Emma,⬙ Legacy, UPN, 1998. Emma Bradford, ⬙The Search Party,⬙ Legacy, UPN, 1998. Sherri Quinn, ⬙Who Let the Dogs Out?,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 2001. Herself, The Charlie Rose Show (also known as Charlie Rose), 2003. Julia Smith, ⬙Meet John Smith,⬙ Veronica Mars, UPN, 2004. 132

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LIGHT Also read 1st to Die by James Patterson. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, January 30, 2009, p. 48. People Weekly, December 4, 1995, pp. 101–02; December 9, 1996, p. 159; January 12, 2004, p. 34. Electronic: Melissa Leo Official Site, http://www.melissaleo.com/, September 3, 2009.

LEONE, Natasha See LYONNE, Natasha

Stage Appearances: Understudy and Gloria, Will Mr. Meriwether Return from Memphis?, Key West, FL, 1981. Don Juan, New York Shakespeare Festival, New York City, 1982. Cinders, Public Theatre, New York City, 1984. Myst, Out of Gas on Lover’s Leap, Workshop of the Players Art Theatre, New York City, 1985. Annie Ilchak, Today I Am a Fountain Pen, American Jewish Theatre, New York City, 1985–86. Sophie Scholl, The White Rose, Workshop of the Players Art Theatre, 1991. Sara Melody, A Touch of the Poet, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1991–92. L’il Bit, How I Learned to Drive, Center Stage, Baltimore, MD, 1998. Dessa, Tongue of a Bird, Martinson Hall, Public Theatre, New York City, 1999. The Vagina Monologues, Westside Theatre (Downstairs), New York City, 1999. Cammie, The Distance From Here, Duke on 42nd, New York City, 2004. Sophie, The Argument, Vineyard Theatre, New York City, 2005.

LEVISON, Charles See LANE, Charles

LIGHT, Judith 1949– PERSONAL Original name, Judith Ellen Licht; born February 9, 1949, in Trenton, NJ; daughter of Sidney (an accountant) and Pearl Sue (a model; maiden name, Hollander) Licht; married Robert Desiderio (an actor), January 1, 1985. Education: Carnegie–Mellon University, B.F.A., drama, 1971. Addresses: Office—Tetrahedron Productions, 2934 Beverly Glen Circle, PMB 392, Los Angeles, CA 90077. Agent—Gersh, 9465 Wilshire Blvd., 6th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; Danis Panaro Nist, 9201 West Olympic Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

Also appeared in The Hurdy Gurdy Man, New York Stage & Film at Vassar College.

Career: Actress and producer. Tetrahedron Productions, partner. United Service Organizations, member of European tour, 1968; California Shakespeare Festival, member of company, 1969; Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee, WI, member of company, 1970–72, guest artist, 1972–73; Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, WA, member of company, 1972–73; Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, member of company, 1973–74; Ojai Playwrights Conference, member of company, 2004. Appeared in infomercial for Proactive, 1997; appeared in print ads for Proactive, 2002. Los

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Bureau Chief Elizabeth Donnelly, a recurring role, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: SVU and Special Victims Unit), NBC, 2002–2004. Barbara Stone, The Stones, CBS, 2004. Judge Elizabeth Donnelly, a recurring role, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: SVU and Special Victims Unit), NBC, 2005–2009. Claire Meade, Ugly Betty, ABC, 2006–10.

Member: Screen Actors Guild, Actors’ Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Women in Film, Hollywood Radio and Television Society.

Television Appearances; Movies: Marsha Sarno, Intimate Agony (also known as Doctor in Paradise), ABC, 1983. Cathy Proctor, Dangerous Affection (also known as Stamp of a Killer), NBC, 1987. Vicki Vine, My Boyfriend’s Back, NBC, 1989. Jeanne White, The Ryan White Story, ABC, 1989. Laura Simmons, In Defense of a Married Man, ABC, 1990. Marie Hilley/Robbi/Teri, Wife, Mother, Murderer—The Marie Hilley Story (also known as Wife, Mother, Murderer), ABC, 1991. Laura MacAffrey, Men Don’t Tell, CBS, 1993. Alice Needham, Against Their Will: Women in Prison (also known as Against Their Will and Caged Seduction: The Shocking True Story), ABC, 1994. Barbara Noel, Betrayal of Trust (also known as Under the Influence), NBC, 1994. Janice Mitchell, Lady Killer, CBS, 1995. Lisa McKeever, A Husband, a Wife, and a Lover (also known as No Easy Answers and A Strange Affair), CBS, 1996. Anne Lynn Lerner, A Step toward Tomorrow (also known as Snakes and Ladders), CBS, 1996. Irene McNair, Murder at My Door (also known as Dead Giveaway), Fox, 1996. Diana Donahue, Too Close to Home (also known as Mother’s Love), CBS, 1997. Major Carmen Travis, Carriers (also known as Virus X—Die tocliche Falle), CBS, 1998.

Awards, Honors: Soapy Awards, best actress, 1979, 1980, Daytime Emmy Awards, best actress in a daytime drama, 1980, 1981, Hall of Fame Award, Daytime TV, 1981, all for One Life to Live; Vision Award, GLAAD Media Awards, 1998; Best Female Infomercial Host Awards, 1998, 1999; Elliot Norton Award, 2000, and Helen Hayes Award, 2001, both for Wit; Helen Hayes Award nomination, lead actress, 2002, for Hedda Gabler; Drama League Award nomination, 2002, for Sorrows and Rejoicings; TV Land Award nomination, The ⬙She Works Hard for the Money⬙ Award (Favorite Working Mom), 2007, TV Land Award nomination, mad ad man (or woman) of the year, 2008, both for Who’s the Boss?; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding guest actress in a comedy series, Prism Award, performance in a comedy series, 2007, Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series, 2008, all for Ugly Betty; Making a Difference Award (with Robert Desiderio), Matthew Shepard Foundation. CREDITS Film Appearances: Herself, Paul Monette: The Brink of Summer’s End (documentary), First Run Pictures, 1996. Voice of Zuleika, Joseph: King of Dreams (animated), DreamWorks Home Entertainment/Universal Home Video, 2000. Arlene Black, Ira & Abby, Magnolia Pictures, 2006. Hilary, A Broken Sole (short film), Broken Sole Productions, 2006. Gayle, Save Me, First Run Features, 2007.

Television Appearances; Specials: Herself, The 8th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 1981. ⬙The Love Boat⬙ Fall Preview Party, ABC, 1984. The 37th Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards, ABC, 1985. Presenter, The 44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Fox, 1992. In a New Light: A Call to Action in the War Against AIDS (also known as In a New Light), ABC, 1992. How I Spent My Summer Vacation, ABC, 1993. In a New Light ’93, ABC, 1993. Segment host, ABC’s 40th Anniversary Special, ABC, 1994. The Ultimate TV Trivia Challenge, ABC, 1995. The 12th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1996. Intimate Portrait: Judith Light, Lifetime, 1998.

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Herself, The Rosie O’Donnell Show, syndicated, 1996, 1999, 2002. Voice, ⬙Four Weddings Inconceivable,⬙ Duckman (animated), USA Network, 1997. Voice of Nurse, ⬙Space Cow/The Legend of Sailcat/I.M. Weasel: Happy Baboon Holidays,⬙ Cow and Chicken (animated), Cartoon Network, 1997. Herself, ⬙Alyssa Milano,⬙ Revealed with Jules Asner (also known as Revealed), E! Entertainment Television, 2002. Christine, ⬙O Mother, Where Art Thou?,⬙ Spin City, ABC, 2002. Herself, ⬙The Home Front,⬙ In the Life, PBS, 2002. Herself, SoapTalk, SoapNet, 2004. Herself, The Tony Danza Show, syndicated, 2004, 2005. Voice of herself, ⬙Untitled Griffin Family History,⬙ Family Guy (animated; also known as Padre de familia), Fox, 2006. Gina, ⬙Jeffrey’s Choice,⬙ Twenty Good Years, NBC, 2006. Herself, Xpose, TV3, 2007. Herself, Entertainment Tonight (also known as E.T.), syndicated, 2007. Gina, ⬙Murder He Thought,⬙ Twenty Good Years, NBC, 2008.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Elizabeth Harding, ⬙The Case of the People of Florida vs. Joseph Landrum,⬙ You Are the Jury, NBC, 1984. Angela Bower, Who’s the Boss?, ABC, 1984. Dianne Doolan, Phenom, ABC, 1993. Book publisher, Born in Brooklyn, ABC, 2001. Barbara Stone, The Stones, CBS, 2004. Gina, Twenty Good Years, NBC, 2006. Claire Meade, Ugly Betty, ABC, 2006.

Television Work; Movies: Co–executive producer, A Husband, a Wife, and a Lover (also known as No Easy Answers and A Strange Affair), CBS, 1996. Stage Appearances: Esmerelda, Camino Real, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, WA, c. 1972. Lady McDuff, Macbeth, Seattle Repertory Theatre, c. 1972. Kitty, Charlie’s Aunt, Seattle Repertory Theatre, c. 1972. Virginia, The Tavern, Seattle Repertory Theatre, c. 1972. Bobbie, Last of the Red Hot Lovers, Cirque Theatre, Seattle, 1973. The Decline and Fall of the Entire World as Seen through the Eyes of Cole Porter (musical revue), A Contemporary Theatre, Seattle, 1973. Emily, Our Town, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee, WI, c. 1973. Alexandra, The Little Foxes, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, c. 1973. All Together Now (musical), Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, c. 1973. Helene, A Doll’s House, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, New York City, 1974. Stella, A Streetcar Named Desire, Theatre Plus, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1975. Stag at Bay, Hartman Theatre, Stamford, CT, 1975. Understudy, Jesse and the Bandit Queen, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, New York City, 1975–76.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Laetitia ⬙Tish⬙ Palmerance, ⬙Monkey on a String,⬙ Kojak, CBS, 1977. Herself, The Merv Griffin Show, 1980. Barbara Lockiner, ⬙Dog Day Hospital,⬙ St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1983. Stacey Hughes, ⬙Not an Affair to Remember,⬙ Family Ties, NBC, 1983. ⬙Home Again,⬙ The Mississippi, CBS, 1984. Clarissa Custer, ⬙Dreams of Steele,⬙ Remington Steele, NBC, 1984. Herself, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, NBC, 1986, 1989. Famous People/Private Lives, syndicated, 1989. Herself, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 1994. Voice of Ursula Bacon ⬙Honey⬙ Chicken, ⬙They Craved Duckman’s Brain!,⬙ Duckman (animated), USA Network, 1996. Voice of Ursula Bacon ⬙Honey⬙ Chicken, ⬙Cock Tales for Four,⬙ Duckman (animated), USA Network, 1996. 135

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guard; children: Lorelei, two other daughters. Education: Studied literature at Sam Houston State University and attended the University of Texas, Austin.

Also appeared in As You Like It and Richard III.

Awards, Honors: Independent Spirit Award nominations, best director and best first feature, 1992, both for Slacker; Golden Leopard nomination, Locarno International Film Festival, 1993, for Dazed and Confused; Silver Berlin Bear, best director, and Golden Berlin Bear nomination, both Berlin International Film Festival, 1995, for Before Sunrise; National Society of Film Critics Award, best experimental film, New York Film Critics Circle Award, best animated film, CinemAvvenire Award, best film, special mention for Laterna Magica Prize, and Golden Lion nomination, all Venice International Film Festival, 2001, Chlotrudis Award nominations, best director and best screenplay—original, Independent Spirit Award nominations, best director and best screenplay, Ottawa International Animation Festival Award, best animated feature film, 2002, all for Waking Life; Academy Award nomination (with others), best writing—adapted screenplay, Golden Berlin Bear nomination, Berlin International Film Festival, Gotham Award nomination, best film, 2004, Bodil Award nomination, best American film, Independent Spirit Award nomination (with Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy), best screenplay, Online Film Critics Society Award nomination (with others), best screenplay— adapted, Silver Condor nomination, best foreign film, not in the Spanish language, Argentinean Film Critics Association, Writers Guild of America Award (Screen) nomination (with others), best adapted screenplay, 2005, all for Before Sunset; Austin Film Festival Award, Austin Film Critics Association, and Chlotrudis Award nomination, best adapted screenplay, 2007, for A Scanner Darkly; Texas Film Hall of Fame, inductee, 2007.

Addresses: Office—Detour Film Productions, PO Box 13351, Austin, TX 78711. Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Director, producer, writer, and actor. Detour Film Productions, Austin, TX, founder; Austin Film Society, founder and artistic director, beginning 1985; Sundance Film Festival, member of dramatic jury, 1999. Worked on an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico.

Major Tours: Dr. Vivian Bearing, Wit, U.S. cities, 1999–2000. Also appeared as Adelaide, Guys and Dolls, United Service Organizations. Radio Appearances: The Diary of Anne Frank, 1999. RECORDINGS Videos: Herself, Becoming Ugly: A New Face for Television (short film), 2007. Audio Books: Mountain Laurel by Jude Deveraux, Simon & Schuster, 1991. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Advocate, July 9, 1996, pp. 44–48. People Weekly, November 16, 1981, p. 70; June 26, 2000, p. 103. Electronic: Judith Light Official Site, http://www.judithlight.com/, September 3, 2009.

CREDITS Film Work: Director and cinematographer, Woodshock, 1985. Director, producer, cinematographer, and editor, It’s Impossible to Learn to Plow by Reading Books (short film), Rolling Thunder, 1987. Director and producer, Slacker (also known as Richard Linklater’s ⬙Slacker⬙), Detour Film Production, 1989.

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LINKLATER Television Appearances; Specials: Himself, The Real Newton Boys (documentary), History Channel, 1999. Himself, St. Richard of Austin, 2004. Texas: America Supersized, Trio, 2004. Munchner (Filmfest–)Geschichten–25 Jahre Filmfest Munchen, 2007.

Director, producer, and editor, Heads I Win/Tails You Lose, 1991. Director and producer, Dazed and Confused, Gramercy, 1993. Director, Before Sunrise, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1995. Director, SubUrbia (also known as [email protected]), Sony Pictures Classics, 1996. Director, The Newton Boys, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998. Director and camera operator, Tape, Lions Gate Films, 2001. Director and cinematographer, Waking Life (animated), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2001. Director, School of Rock, Paramount, 2003. Director, Live from Shiva’s Dance Floor, Aspyr Media, 2003. Director and producer, Before Sunset, Warner Independent Pictures, 2004. Director and producer, Bad News Bears, Paramount, 2005. Director, Fast Food Nation, Fox Searchlight, 2006. Director, A Scanner Darkly (animated), Warner Independent Pictures, 2006. Director, Inning by Inning: A Portrait of a Coach (documentary), 2008. Director and producer, Me and Orson Welles, 2008.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 1993. Himself, The Little Picture Show, 1995. Himself, ⬙Waking Life,⬙ Anatomy of a Scene, 2001. Himself, Festival Pass with Chris Gore, Starz!, 2002. Himself, ⬙Keanu Reeves,⬙ Filmography, 2005. Himself, HypaSpace (also known as HypaSpace Daily and HypaSpace Weekly), SPACE, 2006. Himself, ⬙The Movie Brats, Take Two,⬙ Imagine, 2006. Himself, The Colbert Report, Comedy Central, 2006. Also appeared in Independent Focus, Independent Film Channel; as himself, ⬙The Films of Richard Linklater,⬙ The Directors. RECORDINGS Videos: Himself, On the Set of ⬙Before Sunset⬙ (short documentary), Warner Home Video, 2004. Himself, Made Men: The ⬙GoodFellas⬙ Legacy (short documentary), Warner Home Video, 2004. Himself, One Summer in Austin: The Story of Filming ⬙A Scanner Darkly⬙ (short documentary), Warner Home Video, 2006. Himself, The Weight of the Line: Animation Tales (short documentary), Warner Home Video, 2006. Himself, The Manufacturing of ⬙Fast Food Nation⬙ (documentary), Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, 2007.

Film Appearances: It’s Impossible to Learn to Plow by Reading Books (short film), Rolling Thunder, 1987. Should Have Stayed at Bus Station, Slacker (also known as Richard Linklater’s ⬙Slacker⬙), Detour Film Production, 1989. Himself, Janis Joplin Slept Here (documentary), 1994. Ember doorman, The Underneath, Gramercy, 1995. Himself, At Sundance (documentary), 1995. Voice of tour bus driver, Beavis and Butt–head Do America (animated), Paramount, 1996. Cab passenger, Scotch and Milk, 1998. Himself, University, Inc. (documentary), Pedagogic Productions, 1999. Cool spy, Spy Kids, Miramax/Dimension Films, 2001. Voice of pinball–playing man, Waking Life (animated), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2001. (As Rick Linklater) Crony 2, Chelsea Walls (also known as Chelsea Hotel), 2001. John Wayne enthusiast, The Hottest State, THINKFilm, 2006. Himself, Dead On: The Life and Cinema of George A. Romero (documentary), New Eye Films, 2008. Principal Mallard, RSO [Registered Sex Offender], King Pictures, 2008. Himself, American Prince (documentary), 2009. Himself, Great Directors (documentary), 2009.

WRITINGS Screenplays: It’s Impossible to Learn to Plow by Reading Books (short film), Rolling Thunder, 1987. Slacker (also known as Richard Linklater’s ⬙Slacker⬙), Detour Film Production, 1989, published by St. Martin’s Press, 1992. Dazed and Confused, Gramercy, 1993, published by St. Martin’s Press, 1993. (With Kim Krizan) Before Sunrise, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1995, published by St. Martin’s Press, 1995. (With Claude Stanush) The Newton Boys (based on a biography by Stanush), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998. Waking Life (animated), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2001.

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Before Sunset, Warner Independent Pictures, 2004. Fast Food Nation, Fox Searchlight, 2006. A Scanner Darkly (animated), Warner Independent Pictures, 2006.

zanne Lloyd; married Patricia Ann Varble (a writer and artist), September 6, 1980; children: Michael, Christopher, Jeni, Deborah. Education: Attended the University of Southern California.

Television Pilots: $5.15/Hr., HBO, 2004.

Career: Composer, music producer, and actor. MGM Records, Inc., vice president for artists and repertoire (A&R), 1969–73; independent record producer, including a number of film soundtrack recordings, 1973—. Heaven Productions, president, beginning 1975; Michael Lloyd Productions, president, beginning 1979; Taines–Lloyd Productions, president, 1984–85. MV Online, cofounder and president, 2000; Studio M (music video channel), cofounder, 2001, and president, 2001—. University of California, Los Angeles, visiting professor; guest lecturer at other institutions, including Pepperdine University, and at conferences, including Music Publishers Forum and Billboard Gospel Music Forum; American Song Festival, judge. Challenge for Children, former member of the board of directors; volunteer for children’s charity projects.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Authors and Artists for Young Adults, Volume 28, Gale, 1999. Contemporary Authors, Volume 152, Gale, 1997. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 2: Directors, 4th edition, St. James Press, 2000. Newsmakers, Issue 2, Thomson Gale, 2007. Periodicals: American Cinematographer, March, 1997. Artforum, April, 1993, pp. 74–77. Artforum International, September, 2001, p. 39. Entertainment Weekly, July 21, 1995, pp. 70–71; November/December, 1997, p. 65; April 3, 1998, pp. 64–66; August 14, 1998, p. 86. Esquire, January, 1993, pp. 49–50; April, 1998, pp. 23– 24. Filmmaker, winter, 2001. Film Threat, Number 22, 1990; April 29, 1993. Los Angeles Times, March 26, 1998. Maclean’s, February 6, 1995, p. 72. National Catholic Reporter, February 17, 1995, p. 15. National Review, March 6, 1995, pp. 69–70. New Republic, July 8, 1991, p. 26. New Statesman & Society, December 4, 1992, p. 33. New York, July 22, 1991, p. 43; February 6, 1995, pp. 58–59. New Yorker, October 4, 1993, pp. 214–16; January 30, 1995, pp. 93–95. New York Post, September 27, 1993. Rolling Stone, February 23, 1995, p. 79; April 2, 1998, p. 34. Texas Monthly, September, 1995, pp. 120–22; October, 2001, p. 52. Time, October 11, 1993, p. 83. Variety, January 28, 1991, p. 71. Village Voice, February 7, 1995. Washington Post, August 23, 1991, p. C2.

Member: American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, American Federation of Musicians, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Three Grammy Awards, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences; twelve awards from the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers; ten awards from Broadcast Music, Inc.; American Music Award; Dove Award; several platinum and gold certifications from the Recording Industry Association of America. CREDITS Film Music Supervisor: Outlaw Riders, 1971. Malibu Beach (also known as Sunset Cove), 1978. If You Could See What I Hear (also known as Au–dela du regard), 1982. Savage Streets (also known as Zombie Brigade), 1984. Lovelines, TriStar, 1984. Tomboy, Crown International, 1985. Dirty Dancing, Vestron, 1987. Body–Slam, De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1987. Dirty Dancing, Vestron, 1987. Dangerous Curves, 1988. The Iron Triangle, Scotti Brothers, 1989. Let It Be Me (also known as Love Dance), Savoy Pictures, 1995. Where the Red Fern Grows, Doty–Dayton Releasing, 2000. All the Queen’s Men (also known as Die Maenner ihrer majestaet), MC–One, 2001.

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LLOYD Film Music Arranger: The Devil’s 8, 1969. If You Could See What I Hear, Jensen Farley, 1982. Heart Like a Wheel, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1983. Body–Slam, De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1987. Dorothy Meets Ozma of Oz, 1987. Spaceballs, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1987. Teen Wolf Too, Atlantic Releasing, 1987. Gleaming the Cube (also known as A Brother’s Justice and Skate or Die), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1988. Mac and Me, Orion, 1988. Promised Land (also known as Young Hearts), 1988. Let It Be Me (also known as Love Dance), Savoy Pictures, 1995. From Out of the Blue, 1999. Family Tree, Independent Artists, 2000. Angel Eyes, Warner Bros., 2001. Avenging Angelo, Warner Bros., 2002. Where the Red Fern Grows, Doty–Dayton Releasing, 2003.

Avenging Angelo, Warner Bros., 2002. Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever, Warner Bros., 2002. Half Past Dead, Screen Gems, 2002. Pressure, Curb Entertainment, 2002. City by the Sea, Warner Bros., 2002. Malibu Spring Break, 2003. The Foreigner (also known as Cudzoziemiec), 2003. Where the Red Fern Grows, 2003. George and the Dragon, Ravenhouse Entertainment, 2003. The In–Laws (also known as Ein ungleiches Paar and Wild Wedding—Ein ungleiches Paar), 2003. The Wedding Party, Warner Bros., 2003. Latter Days, TLA, 2004. Out of Reach (also known as Poza zasiegiem), 2004. Pursued, 2004. Deep Evil, 2004. Funky Monkey, 2004. Into the Sun, 2005. Demon Hunter, 2005. It Waits, 2005. Black Dawn (also known as Foreigner 2 and The Foreigner: Black Dawn), 2005. The Garden, 2006. Adam & Steve, LA, 2006. The Tooth Fairy, 2006. Left in Darkness, 2006. Devil’s Den, 2006. Memory, 2006. The American Standards, 2007. Camille, 2007. Walking Tall: The Payback, 2007. Left Turn, 2007. I Could Never Be Your Woman, Freestyle, 2007. Half Past Dead 2, 2007. Afghan Knights, 2007. The Flock, 2007. Walking Tall: Lone Justice (also known as Walking Tall 3), 2007. Welcome to Paradise, 2007. Urban Justice (also known as Renegade Justice), 2007. Missionary Man, 2007. Sill Waters (also known as Under Still Waters), 2008. The Poker House, 2008. Oranges, 2009. The Open Road, 2009. Midgets Vs. Mascots, 2009. Branson, 2009. Bionicle: The Legend Reborn, 2009. Murder World (also known as Pearblossom), 2009. Foodfight!, 2009. Small Town Saturday Night, 2009. Oy Vey! My Son Is Gay!!, 2009.

Film Song Producer: Wild in the Streets, 1968. The Devil’s 8, 1969. Outlaw Riders, 1971. Shark’s Treasure, 1975. The North Avenue Irregulars (also known as Hill’s Angels), Buena Vista, 1979. Somewhere in Time, Universal, 1980. The Earthling, Filmways, 1981. From Out of the Blue, Discovery, 1982. Heart Like a Wheel, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1983. Date with an Angel, De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1987. Dirty Dancing, Vestron, 1987. Spaceballs, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1987. Teen Wolf Too, Atlantic Releasing, 1987. Dorothy Meets Ozma of Oz, 1987. ⬙Sea of Love,⬙ Gleaming the Cube (also known as A Brother’s Justice and Skate or Die), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1988. ⬙Waves,⬙ Mac and Me, Orion, 1988. Promised Land (also known as Young Hearts), 1988. All Dogs Go to Heaven, United Artists, 1989. Major League, Paramount, 1989. Wedding Bell Blues, BMG, 1997. The Animated Adventures of Tom Sawyer, 1998. Rudolph the Red–Nosed Reindeer: The Movie, 1998. Family Tree, Independent Artists, 2000. Corky Romano (also known as Corky Romano: “Special” Agent and Who Is Corky Romano?), 2001. Latter Days, 2003. Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (also known as Dirty Dancing 2), 2004. Popstar, 2005. Supercross, 2005. Foodfight!, 2009.

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Also worked as a song producer for Nights of the City, New World. Film Executive Music Producer: City by the Sea (also known as The Suspect), 2002. Bottoms Up, 2006. Film Producer: (With Hal Taines) Lovelines, TriStar, 1984. (With others) The Garbage Pail Kids Movie, Atlantic Entertainment Group, 1987.

Television Music Supervisor; Specials: Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of ⬙Mork & Mindy,⬙ 2005. Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of ⬙Diff’rent Strokes,⬙ 2006. The Making of ⬙Jacob & Joshua: Nemesis Rising,⬙ 2006.

Film Executive Producer: Frankie and Johnny, Paramount, 1991. A Life’s Work, 2005. Film Appearances: Strawberry Shortcake, The North Avenue Irregulars (also known as Hill’s Angels), Buena Vista, 1979. Lloyd Sidewalk, Lovelines, TriStar, 1984. Man with trumpet, Harry och Sonja, 1996.

Television Music Supervisor; Miniseries: The Capture of the Green River Killer, Lifetime, 2007. Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙Leif Garrett,⬙ Behind the Music (also known as VH1’s Behind the Music), VH1, 1999.

Television Music Director; Series: The Spectacular World of Guinness Records, syndicated, 1987. The Next Best Thing: Who is the Greatest Celebrity Impersonator?, ABC, 2006–2007.

Stage Music Producer: The Triumph of the Spider Monkey, Los Angeles Theatre Center, Los Angeles, 1985–86.

Television Music Supervisor; Series: Garbage Pail Kids, 1988. Dirty Dancing, CBS, 1988. Tough Enough (also known as Tough Enough 2, WWE Tough Enough, and WWF Tough Enough), MTV, 2001–2004. Broken Trail, 2006. Sordid Lives: The Series, 2008.

RECORDINGS Soundtrack Work: Producer, Driven (also known as A toute vitesse), 2001. Executive producer, Angel Eyes (also known as Ojos de angel), 2001. Producer, Avenging Angelo, Warner Bros., 2002. Executive producer, Half Past Dead, Screen Gems, 2002. Producer, View from the Top, 2003.

Television Music Producer; Series: The Kidsongs Television Show, The Disney Channel, 1987. Acapulco H.E.A.T., syndicated, 1993–96.

WRITINGS

Television Music Director; Specials: All New Circus of the Stars & Side Show, CBS, 1991. The All New Circus of the Stars & Side Show XVII, CBS, 1992. Dame Edna’s Hollywood, NBC, 1992.

Film Scores: Amblin’, 1968. The Devil’s 8, 1969. The Pom Pom Girls (also known as Palisades High), Crown, 1976. Malibu Beach (also known as Sunset Cove), 1978. Love’s Dark Ride, 1978. Stranger in Our House (also known as Summer of Fear), 1978. Grambling’s White Tiger, 1981. The Earthling, Filmways, 1981. Beach Girls, Crown, 1982.

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If You Could See What I Hear (also known as Au–dela du regard), 1982. Tough Enough, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1983. Lovelines, TriStar, 1984. (With John D’Andrea) Savage Streets, Motion Picture Marketing, 1984. Tomboy, Crown, 1985. Body–Slam, De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1987. Dorothy Meets Ozma of Oz, 1987. The Garbage Pail Kids Movie, Atlantic Entertainment Group, 1987. (And lyricist) All Dogs Go to Heaven, United Artists, 1989. The Iron Triangle, Scotti Brothers, 1989. Swimsuit, 1989. Body Slam, 1991. Ghoulies 3: Ghoulies Go to College (also known as Ghoulies Go to College), Vestron Video, 1991. Discretion Assured, Curb Communications, 1993. Fatal Inheritance, 1993. Kidsongs: Country Sing–Along, 1995. Kidsongs: Baby Animal Songs, 1995. Kidsongs: Let’s Put on a Show, 1995. Let It Be Me (also known as Love Dance), Savoy Pictures, 1995. Godzilla, TriStar, 1998. Rudolph the Red–Nosed Reindeer: The Movie, Goodtimes Entertainment/Legacy Releasing, 1998. Kidsongs: Meet the Biggles, 1998. Kidsongs: Billy’s Birthday, 1998. All the Queen’s Men (also known as Die Maenner ihrer majestaet), MC–One, 2001. Angel Eyes, Warner Bros., 2001. Joe Dirt, Columbia, 2001. Malibu Spring Break, 2003. Ben Hur, 2003. In Search of Santa, 2004. Popstar, 2005. Adam & Steve, TLA, 2006. New Aging, 2007. Camille, A–Mark, 2008.

Also wrote songs for If You Could See What I Hear. Film Music; Other: Latin dance music (with others), Dirty Dancing, Vestron, 1987. Screenplays: (Author of story with Chip Hand and William Hillman) Lovelines, TriStar, 1984. Television Music; Series: (Theme song) Monty Nash, syndicated, 1971. (With others) Sigmund and the Sea Monsters, NBC, 1973–75. (With others) Land of the Lost, NBC, 1974. (With Reg Powell) Far Out Space Nuts, CBS, 1975. Shipshape, CBS, 1978. Me and Maxx, NBC, 1980. That’s Incredible!, ABC, c. 1980–84. (Song) Joanie Loves Chachi, ABC, 1982–83. Three’s a Crowd (also known as Three’s Company Too), 1984. The Kidsongs TV Show, 1987. The Spectacular World of Guinness Records, syndicated, 1987. Dirty Dancing, CBS, 1988–89. The Challengers, syndicated, 1990. (And theme song ⬙I Feel the Heat⬙) Acapulco H.E.A.T., syndicated, 1993–94. He’s a Lady, 2004. The Starlet, The WB/CW, 2005.

Also wrote music for Discretion Assured. Film Songs: Outlaw Riders, 1971. Shark’s Treasure, 1975. The Earthling, 1980. Take This Job and Shove It, 1981. Beach Girls, Crown, 1982. Title song and ⬙You’re the One,⬙ If You Could See What I Hear, Jensen Farley, 1982. ⬙Free Flight,⬙ ⬙Soft Drinks,⬙ and ⬙Waitin’ for Love,⬙ Heart Like a Wheel, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1983. Tough Enough, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1983. Tomboy, Crown, 1985. Out of Bounds, 1986. Body–Slam, De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1987.

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Television Music; Movies: Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway, 1976. (With John D’Andrea) Love’s Dark Side, NBC, 1978. (With D’Andrea) Stranger in Our House, NBC, 1978. (With D’Andrea) Grambling’s White Tiger, NBC, 1981. (With D’Andrea) Swimsuit, NBC, 1989. Deep Evil, 2004. Television Music; Specials: Ultimate Stuntman: A Tribute to Dar Robinson, ABC, 1987. America’s Funniest ѧ Part II, ABC, 1990. TV’s All Time Classic Comedy, 1994. Hollywood Rocks the Movies: The Early Years (1955–1970), 2000. Television Music; Episodic: The Muppet Show, 1980. (With others) Three’s a Crowd, ABC, 1984. ⬙Code Name: The Raven—Part 1 & 2,⬙ Acapulco H.E.A.T., 1998. Television Music; Pilots: Shipshape, CBS, 1978. (And theme song ⬙Love Always Finds a Way⬙) The Staff of ⬙Life,⬙ ABC, 1985. The Big Gay Sketch Show, 2006.

LOPEZ, Irene Olga (Irene Lopez) PERSONAL Addresses: Agent—Gage Group, 14724 Ventura Blvd., Suite 505, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403. Career: Actress. Originally worked as a corrections officer.

Television Appearances; Movies: Mexican madam, My Wicked, Wicked Ways ѧ The Legend of Errol Flynn, CBS, 1985. Rosa, Christmas Eve, NBC, 1986. Nurse, Warm Hearts, Cold Feet, CBS, 1987. Detective, Opposites Attract, NBC, 1990. Sex phone operator, Intimate Stranger, Showtime, 1992. Night nurse, Doppelganger (also known as Doppelganger: The Evil Within), Sci–Fi Channel, 1993. Maris Alvarez, State of Emergency, HBO, 1994. Mrs. Rodriguez, ⬙Caught in the Fever,⬙ Riot, Showtime, 1995. Carmen, Donor Unknown (also known as Dangerous Heart), USA Network, 1995. Nun, The Princess and the Barrio Boy (also known as She’s in Love), Showtime, 2000. Carla, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Showtime, 2001.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Grocer’s wife, Max Dugan Returns, Twentieth Century– Fox, 1983. Rosario, Gotcha!, Universal, 1985. Maid, Fletch, Universal, 1985. Hispanic woman, Stitches, International Film Marketing, 1985. Lopez’s receptionist, Big Trouble, Columbia, 1986. Lupe’s mother, Stand and Deliver, Warner Bros., 1988. Asuncion Maria Romero, Sunset (also known as Catalina), TriStar, 1988. 142

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LOQUASTO (As Irene Lopez) Mercedes Morales, ⬙Lost Weekend,⬙ The L Word, Showtime, 2006. (As Irene Lopez) Mercedes Morales, ⬙Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way,⬙ The L Word, Showtime, 2006. (As Irene Lopez) Mercedes Morales, ⬙Left Hand of the Goddess,⬙ The L Word, Showtime, 2006.

Television Appearances; Episodic: First woman, ⬙Norma Rae Bunker,⬙ Archie Bunker’s Place, CBS, 1981. Mother, ⬙Moon over Uranus: The Sequel,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1983. Maid, ⬙Murder in Malibu,⬙ Cover Up, CBS, 1984. Maria the maid, ⬙Crime of Passion,⬙ Hunter, NBC, 1986. Admitting nurse, ⬙Family Connections,⬙ Cagney & Lacey, 1986. Carmen, ⬙Gershwin’s Trunk,⬙ Amazing Stories (also known as Steven Spielberg Presents ⬙Amazing Stories⬙ and Steven Spielberg’s ⬙Amazing Stories⬙), NBC, 1987. Olga, ⬙The Wedding,⬙ Starman, ABC, 1987. First Prism member, ⬙The Inquisition,⬙ WIOU, 1990. Lupe Hernandez, ⬙The Agony and the Agony,⬙ Top of the Heap, Fox, 1991. Tia, ⬙Last Dance before an Execution—May 12, 1971,⬙ Quantum Leap, NBC, 1991. Domestic, ⬙Call Me Dimitri,⬙ Knots Landing, 1991. Sarita, Angel Falls, CBS, 1993. Spanish maid, Route 66, NBC, 1993. Lupe, ⬙The Nanny–in–Law,⬙ The Nanny, CBS, 1994. Marta, ⬙An Affair to Forget,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 1995. Lupe, ⬙Strange Bedfellows,⬙ The Nanny, CBS, 1995. Nurse Maria, ⬙Kirk Unplugged,⬙ Kirk, The WB, 1995. Marta, ⬙The Last Time I Saw Maris,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 1995. Lucy, ⬙Run, Billy, Run,⬙ Melrose Place, Fox, 1996. Consuela, ⬙Green Card,⬙ Martin, Fox, 1996. Bus rider, ⬙Nobody Walks in El Camino,⬙ High Incident, ABC, 1996. Ms. Beckett, ⬙Toy Story,⬙ Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (also known as Lois & Clark and The New Adventures of Superman), ABC, 1997. Maid, ⬙Screams from a Marriage,⬙ Melrose Place, Fox, 1997. Hispanic woman, ⬙The Game of Go,⬙ JAG (also known as JAG: Judge Advocate General), CBS, 1997. Marta, ⬙Ask Me No Questions,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 1997. Mrs. Martinez, ⬙To Tell a Mortal,⬙ Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (also known as Sabrina and Sabrina Goes to College), ABC, 1997. Mrs. Nava, ⬙Revelations,⬙ Prey, ABC, 1998. Mrs. Ortega, ⬙Risky Business,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 1998. Housekeeper, ⬙Trifecta,⬙ Martial Law, CBS, 1999. Momma Vazquez, ⬙The Parent Trap,⬙ Jesse, NBC, 1999. Woman, ⬙Fat,⬙ Emeril, NBC, 2001. Marta, ⬙The Ann Who Came to Dinner,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 2004. Leticia Navarro, ⬙Credit Where Credit’s Due,⬙ Veronica Mars, UPN, 2004. The client, ⬙Joey and the Husband,⬙ Joey, NBC, 2004. Estella Gomez, ⬙Implants, Transplants, and Cuban Aunts,⬙ Strong Medicine, Lifetime, 2005. Mercedes Morales, ⬙Labia Majora,⬙ The L Word, Showtime, 2006.

Appeared as Mrs. Moreno, Davis Rules. Television Appearances; Series: Maria, The Bold and the Beautiful (also known as Glamour and Belleza y poder), CBS, 1988–91. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Maid, Lucky/Chances (also known as Jackie Collins’ ⬙Lucky/Chances⬙), NBC, 1990. RECORDINGS Videos: (Uncredited; in archive footage) Marta, Marching On to Season Two, 2004. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Marta, The Mystery of Maris: The Break–up Begins, 2004.

LOQUASTO, Santo 1944– PERSONAL Born July 26, 1944, in Wilkes–Barre, PA; father, a vendor of cooking utensils; mother’s name, Ruth (an operator of a cocktail lounge). Education: Kings College, Wilkes–Barre, PA, B.A., English literature; Yale University, M.F.A., drama, 1969. Addresses: Office—c/o United Scenic Artists, 1540 Broadway, New York, NY 10036. Agent—Paradigm, 360 N. Crescent Dr., North Bldg., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Set and costume designer. Showcase Theatre, Wilkes–Barre, PA, worked as set and costume designer; Ross Common Playhouse, Pennsylvania, PA, set designer, early 1960s; Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, assistant, 1965–74; Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT, principal designer, 1968–71; Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, resident designer, 1969–72; Kreeger Theatre, Washington, DC, resident designer for Arena Stage, beginning 1971; New York Shakespeare Festival, principal designer, beginning 1971; Twyla Tharp Dance Foundation, principal designer, beginning 1971; also worked as a production 143

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designer for Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, San Diego Opera, Opera Society of Washington, DC, San Francisco Spring Opera, and numerous dance companies.

Anything Goes, Hartford Stage Company, 1970. Misalliance, Hartford Stage Company, 1970. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Hartford Stage Company, 1970. The Story Theatre (included ⬙Gimpel the Fool,⬙ ⬙St. Julian the Hospitaler,⬙ and ⬙Olympian Games⬙), Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1970. The Trial of A. Lincoln, Hartford Stage Company, 1970. Henry V, Hartford Stage Company, 1971. A Long Day’s Journey into Night, Hartford Stage Company, 1971. The Little Mahogonny and The Seven Deadly Sins (double–bill), Yale Repertory Theatre, 1971, then 1972. La Dafne (opera), New York Pro Musica, Spoleto Festival of Two Worlds, Spoleto, Italy, 1973. Sephardic Song (ballet), American Ballet Theatre, New York City, 1974. The Tempest, New York Shakespeare Festival, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York City, 1974. The Cherry Orchard, New York Shakespeare Festival, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, New York City, 1977. Golda, Morosco Theatre, New York City, 1977. Landscape of the Body, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, New York City, 1977. Miss Margarida’s Way, Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 1977. Curse of the Starving Class, New York Shakespeare Festival, Estelle R. Newman Theatre, Public Theatre, 1978. Don Quixote (ballet), American Ballet Theatre, Opera House, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, 1978. Stop the World—I Want to Get Off, New York State Theatre, New York City, 1978. Sarava, Broadway Theatre, New York City, 1979. Raymonda (ballet), American Ballet Theatre, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 1980. The Suicide, American National Theatre and Academy Theatre, New York City, 1980. Baker’s Dozen (ballet), Twyla Tharp Dance Foundation, Los Angeles Music Center, Los Angeles, 1981. Crossing Niagara, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1981. The Floating Light Bulb, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, 1981. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, New York City, 1981. Short Stories (ballet), Twyla Tharp Dance Foundation, Los Angeles Music Center, 1981. Clair de Lune (ballet), Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, 1982. The Tempest, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, 1982. America Kicks Up Its Heels, Playwrights’ Horizons Theatre, New York City, 1983. The Glass Menagerie, Hartford Stage Company, 1983. King Richard III, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, Public Theatre, 1983.

Member: United Scenic Artists. Awards, Honors: Drama Desk Award and Variety Poll Award, New York Drama Critics, both 1972, for Sticks and Bones; Drama Desk Award, 1972, and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, scenic design, 1973, both for That Championship Season; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, scenic design, 1974, for What the Wine– Sellers Buy; Obie Award, Village Voice, 1975, for The Comedy of Errors; Drama Desk Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, Joseph Maharam Award, and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, all 1977, for American Buffalo; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, scenic design, 1977, for The Threepenny Opera; Antoinette Perry Award, costume design, Outer Critics Circle Award, Drama Desk Award, set design, and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, set design, all 1977, for The Cherry Orchard; Joseph Maharam Award, costume design, 1977, for Agamemnon; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, scenic design, 1981, for The Suicide; Academy Award nomination, best costume design, 1984, for Zelig; Film Award, best production design, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and Academy Award nomination (with Carol Joffe, Leslie Bloom, and George DeTitta, Jr.), best art direction—set decoration, both 1988, for Radio Days; Antoinette Perry Award and Drama Desk Award, set design, both 1989, for Cafe Crown; Drama Desk Award, set design, 1989, for Italian American Reconciliation; Antoinette Perry Award and Drama Desk Award, costume design, both 1990, for Grand Hotel; Academy Award nomination (with Susan Bode), best art direction—set decoration, 1995, for Bullets over Broadway; Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, both outstanding costume design, 1998, for Ragtime; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, costume design, c. 1999, for Fosse; Henry Hewes Design Award nomination, scenic design, 2007, for Our Leading Lady; Drama Desk Award nomination, outstanding costume design, 2007, for Suddenly Last Summer; Henry Hewes Design Award nomination, scenic design, Drama Desk Award nomination, outstanding set design of a play, 2008, for Trumpery. CREDITS Stage Work; Set and Costume Designer: Flower Festival in Genzano (ballet), American Ballet Theatre, Ballet Theatre Workshop, Lisner Auditorium, Washington, DC, 1963. A Delicate Balance, Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT, 1969. The Farce of Scapin, Hartford Stage Company, 1969. 144

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LOQUASTO The Waltz Invention, Hartford Stage Company, 1969. A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, Hartford Stage Company, 1970. Ring ’round the Moon, Hartford Stage Company, 1970. Three Philip Roth Stories (included ⬙Cops and Horrors⬙ and ⬙The Revenger’s Tragedy⬙), Yale Repertory Theatre, 1970. The Unseen Hand and Forensic and the Navigators (double–bill), Astor Place Theatre, New York City, 1970. A Gun Play, Hartford Stage Company, 1971. Pantagleize, Arena Stage, Washington, DC, 1971. The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window, Arena Stage, 1971. Wipe–out Games, Arena Stage, 1971. Sticks and Bones, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, New York City, 1971, then John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1972. The House of Blue Leaves, Arena Stage, 1972. Old Times, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 1972. The Secret Affairs of Mildred Wild, Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 1972. Sunset, Chelsea Theatre Center, New York City, 1972. Uptight, Arena Stage, 1972. That Championship Season, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, 1972, then Booth Theatre, New York City, 1972–74, later Garrick Theatre, London, 1974. As You Like It, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, New York City, 1973. Boom Boom Room, New York Shakespeare Festival, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, New York City, 1973. King Lear, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1973. The Orphan, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, 1973. A Public Prosecutor Is Sick of It All, Arena Stage, 1973. Siamese Connections, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, 1973. The Cherry Orchard, Hartford Stage Company, 1974. The Dance of Death, New York Shakespeare Festival, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, 1974. King Richard III, New York Shakespeare Festival, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York City, 1974. Macbeth, New York Shakespeare Festival, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, 1974. The Merry Wives of Windsor, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1974. Mert and Phil, New York Shakespeare Festival, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, 1974. Pericles, Prince of Tyre, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1974. What the Wine–Sellers Buy, New York Shakespeare Festival, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, 1974. The Comedy of Errors, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1975. A Doll’s House, New York Shakespeare Festival, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, 1975.

Stage Work; Set Designer Only: The Hostage, Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT, 1968. The Rose Tattoo, Hartford Stage Company, 1968. Tiny Alice, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1968. The Bacchae, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, 1969. Hedda Gabler, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, 1969. The Homecoming, Hartford Stage Company, 1969. Narrow Road to the Deep North, Charles Playhouse, Boston, MA, 1969. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Williamstown Theatre Festival, 1969. Tartuffe, Williamstown Theatre Festival, 1969. 145

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Hamlet, New York Shakespeare Festival, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, 1975. Kennedy’s Children, John Golden Theatre, 1975. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, New York Shakespeare Festival, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, 1975. Murderer among Friends, Biltmore Theatre, New York City, 1975. The Glass Menagerie, Hartford Stage Company, 1976. Legend, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1976. Measure for Measure, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1976. American Buffalo, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 1977. Heartbreak House, Arena Stage, 1977. The Lower Depths, Arena Stage, 1977. The Threepenny Opera, 1977. King of Hearts, Minskoff Theatre, New York City, 1978. The Mighty Gents, Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 1978. The Play’s the Thing, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, New York City, 1978. The Goodbye People, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1979. Bent, New Apollo Theatre, New York City, 1979–80. The Member of the Wedding, Hartford Stage Company, 1980. Theme and Variations, American Ballet Theatre, New York City, 1981. Field, Chair, and Mountain, American Ballet Theatre, 1982. Gardenia, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1982. Happily Ever After, Joffrey Ballet, New York City, 1982. The Wake of Jamey Foster, Eugene O’Neill Theatre, New York City, 1982. Gardenia, Stage 73, 1982. Three Sisters, Manhattan Theatre Club Stage I, New York City, 1982. Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs, Yale Experimental Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1983. The Three Sisters, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1983. California Dog Fight, Manhattan Theatre Club Stage I, 1985. In Trousers, Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1985. Singin’ in the Rain, Gershwin Theatre, New York City, 1985–86. Heart of the Matter, Joffrey Ballet, 1986. Sweet Sue, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1987. The Film Society, Second Stage Theatre Company, McGinn–Cazale Theatre, New York City, 1988. Italian American Reconciliation, Manhattan Theatre Club Stage I, 1988, then Eastern Standard Golden Theatre, New York City, 1988. The Rimers of Eldritch, Second Stage Theatre Company, McGinn–Cazale Theatre, 1988. The Secret Rapture, Public Theatre, then Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 1989. The Tenth Man, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, 1989–90. Beggars in a House of Plenty, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1991.

Four Dogs and a Bone, Manhattan Theatre Club, then Lucille Lortel Theatre, New York City, 1993–94. The Loman Family Picnic, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1993–94. A Perfect Ganesh, Manhattan Theatre Club Stage I, 1993. Loose Knit, McGinn–Cazale Theatre, 1994. A Month in the Country, Roundabout Theatre Company, Criterion Center Stage Right, New York City, 1995. New England, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1995. The Rose Tattoo, Circle in the Square Uptown, New York City, 1995. Dark Rapture, Second Stage Theatre Company, Signature Theatre, New York City, 1996. Papa, Douglas Fairbanks Theatre, New York City, 1996. Nine Armenians, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1996–97. Eyes for Consuela, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1998. Mizlanksy/Zalinsky, or ⬙Schmuks,⬙ Manhattan Theatre Club, 1998. La Terrasse, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1999. The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife, Manhattan Theatre Club, 2000, then Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, later Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 2000–2002. Blur, Manhattan Theatre Club, 2001. Movin’ Out (musical), Shubert Theatre, Chicago, IL, 2002. Writer’s Block, Linda Gross Theatre, New York City, 2003. Sea of Tranquility, Linda Gross Theatre, 2004. Chinese Friends, Playwrights Horizons Theatre, New York City, 2004. Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, Second Stage Theatre, New York City, 2004. A Second Hand Memory, Linda Gross Theatre, 2004. Moonlight and Magnolias, Manhattan Theatre Club Stage I, 2005. Our Leading Lady, Manhattan Theatre Club Stage II, 2007. Trumpery, Linda Gross Theatre, 2007. The Seagull, East 13th Street, Classic Stage Company Theatre, New York City, 2008. Uncle Vanya, East 13th Street, Classic Stage Company Theatre, 2009. Scenic consultant for the production Orgasmo Adulto Escapes from the Zoo, Estelle R. Newman Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City. Stage Work; Costume Designer Only: Sylvia Pas de deux (ballet), American Ballet Theatre, Teatro Municipal, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1964. Concerto (ballet), American Ballet Theatre, Civic Center, Jacksonville, FL, 1967. Push Comes to Shove and Other Dances (ballet), American Ballet Theatre, New York City, 1967. The Skin of Our Teeth, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1970. 146

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LOQUASTO Stardust Memories, United Artists, 1980. The Fan, Paramount, 1981. So Fine, Warner Bros., 1981. A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy, Orion, 1982. Zelig, Orion, 1983. Falling in Love, Paramount, 1984. Desperately Seeking Susan, Orion, 1985. Radio Days, Orion, 1986. September, Orion, 1987. Another Woman, Orion, 1988. Big, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1988. Bright Lights, Big City, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1988. Crimes and Misdemeanors, Orion, 1989. ⬙Oedipus Wrecks,⬙ New York Stories, Buena Vista, 1989. She–Devil, Orion, 1989. Alice, Orion, 1990. Husbands and Wives, TriStar, 1992. Shadows and Fog, Orion, 1992. Manhattan Murder Mystery, TriStar, 1993. Bullets over Broadway, Miramax, 1994. Mighty Aphrodite, Miramax, 1995. Everyone Says I Love You, Miramax, 1996. Deconstructing Harry, Fine Line, 1997. Celebrity, Miramax, 1998. Sweet and Lowdown, Sony Pictures Classics, 1999. Small Time Crooks, DreamWorks, 2000. Curse of the Jade Scorpion (also known as Im Bann des jade skorpions), DreamWorks, 2001. Anything Else, DreamWorks, 2002. Hollywood Ending, DreamWorks, 2002. Melinda and Melinda, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2004. Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2008. Whatever Works, Sony, 2009. Film Costume Designer: (And set decorator) Stop the World—I Want to Get Off (also known as Sammy Stops the World), Special Events Entertainment, 1979. Simon, Warner Bros., 1980. Stardust Memories, United Artists, 1980. A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy, Orion, 1982. Zelig, Orion, 1983. Desperately Seeking Susan, Orion, 1985.

Also designed costumes for productions of the ballets The Guards of Amager and Rodeo.

Film Appearances: Beyond Wiseguys: Italian Americans & the Movies, Pacific Street, 2008.

Major Tours; Work: Costume designer, Grand Hotel, 1990–91. Film Production Designer: Rancho Deluxe, United Artists, 1975. Stop the World—I Want to Get Off (also known as Sammy Stops the World), Special Events Entertainment, 1979. Simon, Warner Bros., 1980.

Television Work; Series: Production designer, Tribeca, Fox, 1993. Television Work; Specials: Production designer, King Lear, 1977. 147

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Costume designer, ⬙The Little Ballet⬙ and ⬙Push Comes to Shove,⬙ Baryshnikov by Tharp with the American Ballet, PBS, 1984. Production designer and costume designer, Don Quixote (Kitri’s Wedding), a Ballet in Three Acts (also known as Don Quixote), 1984. Production designer and creator, ⬙Paul Taylor’s Speaking in Tongues,⬙ Dance in America (also known as Great Performances), PBS, 1991. Designer, A Renaissance Revisited, PBS, 1996. Production designer, The Wrecker’s Ball: Three Dances by Paul Taylor, PBS, 1996. Costume designer, Creating ⬙Ragtime,⬙ PBS, 1998. Costume designer, Variety & Virtuosity: American Ballet Theatre Now, PBS, 1998. Production designer and costume designer, Fosse, 2001. Production designer and costume designer, From Broadway: Fosse, PBS, 2002. Production designer and costume designer, ⬙Richard Strauss’ Salome,⬙ Metropolitan Opera: Live in HD (also known as Great Performances at the Met), PBS, 2008. Production designer and costume designer, ⬙Acts of Ardor: Two Dances by Paul Tylor,⬙ Great Performances: Dance in America (also known as Dance in America), PBS.

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LUCAS, Craig 1951(?)– PERSONAL Born April 30, 1951 (some sources cite 1950), in Atlanta, GA; son of Charles S. (an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation) and Eleanore (a painter; maiden name, Altmont) Lucas; companion of Timothy Scott Melester (a surgeon; died, 1995); companion of Patrick Barnes (a writer). Education: Attended Carnegie– Mellon University; Boston University, B.F.A. (cum laude), acting, 1973. Avocational Interests: Swimming, reading, cooking. Addresses: Agent—Michael Peretzian, Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212; WME, One William Morris Place, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Writer, director, and actor. South Coast Repertory, Costa Mesa, CA, associate artist, beginning 1987; Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, WA, playwright in residence, 1998; Circle Repertory Theatre, New York City, member of the company. Sundance Playwrights Retreat, member, 2000. Worked as a puppeteer and magician at children’s parties, as a singing waiter, and as a security guard.

Television Work; Movies: Production designer, The Catherine Wheel, 1982. Production designer, Don’t Drink the Water, ABC, 1994. Television Appearances; Specials: The 43rd Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1988. The 44th Annual Tony Awards, 1990. Broadway ’98: Launching the Tony Awards, PBS, 1998.

Member: Dramatists Guild (council member), PEN, Amnesty International, Lambda Legal Defense League.

Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙Jerome Robbins: Something to Dance About,⬙ American Masters, PBS, 2009.

Awards, Honors: Guggenheim fellow, 1984; George and Elisabeth Marton Award for Playwriting, Foundation of the Dramatists Guild, 1985, DramaLogue Award, 1985, and Los Angeles Drama Critics Award, outstanding writing, 1986, all for Blue Window; award for best musical, Burns Mantle Theatre Yearbook, 1987, for Three Postcards; Rockefeller Bellagio fellow, 1988; Drama Desk Award nomination, best play, 1989, for Reckless; Audience Award, best dramatic film, Sundance Film Festival, 1990, for Longtime Companion; Outer Critics Circle Award, best new play, Obie Award, best new play, Village Voice, and Antoinette Perry Award nomination and Drama Desk Award nomination, both best play, all 1990, for Prelude to a Kiss; fellow at Yaddo Colony, 1994; Obie Award, best direction, 2001, for Saved or Destroyed; Distinguished Literature Award, American Academy of Arts and Letters; Media Award, Gay and Lesbian Alliance against

OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Designers, 3rd edition, St. James Press, 1997. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 4: Writers and Production Artists, St. James Press, 1996. Periodicals: TCI, April, 1998, pp. 41–46. Theatre Crafts, May, 1987, p. 33. 148

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LUCAS WRITINGS Stage Plays: (Book) Marry Me a Little (musical revue), songs by Stephen Sondheim, Production Company Theatre, 1980, then Actor’s Playhouse, New York City, 1981. Missing Persons (two–act), Production Company Theatre, 1981, then Atlantic Theatre, New York City, 1995, published in A Prelude to a Kiss and Other Plays, Theatre Communications Group, 2000. Alec Wilder: Clues to a Life (two–act; based on Alec Wilder’s book Letters I Never Mailed), off– Broadway production, 1982. (Book) Three Postcards, Playwrights Horizons Theatre, New York City, 1987. Reckless (two–act), South Coast Repertory, Costa Mesa, CA, c. 1984–85, then (revised version) Circle Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1988–89, published in Reckless and Blue Window: Two Plays, Theatre Communications Group, 1989. Blue Window (one–act), Production Company, Theatre Guinevere, 1984, later Manhattan Theatre Club Stage I, New York City, 1996, then Manhattan Ensemble Theatre, New York City, 2000, later Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, University of Maryland, College Park, 2003, published by Samuel French, c. 1985, published in Reckless and Blue Window: Two Plays, Theatre Communications Group, 1989. (Book) Three Postcards (one–act musical), music and lyrics by Craig Carnelia, Playwrights Horizons Theatre, New York City, 1987, then Circle Repertory Theatre, 1994, published in Best Plays of 1986–1987, Dodd, Mead, 1988, published in A Prelude to a Kiss and Other Plays, Theatre Communications Group, 2000. The Scare, Home for Contemporary Theatre and Art, New York City, 1988. Prelude to a Kiss (three–act), South Coast Repertory Theatre, 1988, new version (two–act), Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Berkeley, CA, 1989, further revision, Circle Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1990, then Helen Hayes Theatre, New York City, 1990, published in A Prelude to a Kiss and Other Plays, Theatre Communications Group, 2000. Throwing Your Voice, Naked Angels Theatre Company, 1991, published in What I Meant Was: New Plays and Selected One–Acts, Theatre Communications Group, 1999. Oedipus at Westbury, A.R.T., 1992. (Libretto) Orpheus in Love (opera), music by Gerald Burby, Circle Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1992–93. God’s Heart, Trinity Repertory Company, Providence, RI, 1995, then Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York City, 1997, published in What I Meant Was: New Plays and Selected One–Acts, Theatre Communications Group, 1999.

CREDITS Stage Director: Saved or Destroyed, 2000. Play Yourself, New York Theatre Workshop, Century Center for the Performing Arts, New York City, 2002. This Thing of Darkness, Atlantic Theatre, New York City, 2002. Stage Appearances: Confederate sniper, Nathan, and Henry, Shenandoah (musical), Alvin Theatre, New York City, between 1975 and 1977. Mark Smeaton, Rex (musical), Lunt–Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1976. Understudy for the role of Max Jacobs, On the Twentieth Century (musical), St. James Theatre, New York City, 1978–79. Member of the ensemble, Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street (musical), Uris Theatre, New York City, 1979–80. Member of the ensemble, Marry Me a Little (musical revue), Production Company Theatre, 1980, then Actor’s Playhouse, New York City, 1981. Also appeared as a dormouse, Alice in Wonderland (musical), Prince Street Players. Film Producer: (With others) Prelude to a Kiss, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1992. Film Director: The Dying Gaul, Palisades, 2005. Birds of America, First Look, 2008. Television Appearances; Specials: The 59th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 2005. Television Appearances; Episodic: Appeared in ⬙The Secret Lives of Dentists,⬙ Anatomy of a Scene, Sundance. 149

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Credo, New York City production, 1995, published in What I Meant Was: New Plays and Selected One– Acts, Theatre Communications Group, 1999. The Dying Gaul, Glasgow, Scotland, then Dimson Theatre, Vineyard Theatre, New York City, both 1998, published in What I Meant Was: New Plays and Selected One–Acts, Theatre Communications Group, 1999. What I Meant Was: New Plays and Selected One–Acts (contains Bad Dream, The Boom Box, Boyfriend Riff, Credo, Drugs in America, The Dying Gaul, God’s Heart, Grief, If Columbus Does Not Figure in Your Travel Plans, Throwing Your Voice, Unmemorable, and What I Meant Was), Theatre Communications Group, 1999. Stranger, Vineyard Theatre, New York City, 2000. ⬙Examination,⬙ The Square, Public Theatre, New York City, 2001. (With Adam Guettel) Light in the Piazza (musical), 2002. (Adaptor) Miss Julie, Unicorn Theatre, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Stockbridge, MA, 2002. (With David Schulner) This Thing of Darkness, Atlantic Theatre, 2002. Small Tragedy, Playwrights Horizons Theatre, New York City, 2004. Prayer for My Enemy, Playwrights Horizons Theatre, New York City, 2008. The Singing Forest, Joseph Papp Public Theatre, New York City, 2009.

Radio Plays: Bad Dream, WBAI, 1992. Contributor to anthologies, including Gay Men at the Millennium. Contributor to periodicals, including Advocate. OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Dramatists, 6th edition, St. James Press, 1999. Periodicals: Advocate, November 21, 2000, p. 96. American Theatre, January, 2001, p. 36. Los Angeles Times, June 5, 1990, p. F1. New York Times, March 11, 1990; March 18, 1990. Time Out New York, May 7, 1998. Washington Post, May 25, 1990, p. D1.

LYNCH, Kelly 1959– PERSONAL Full name, Kelly Colleen Lynch; born January 31, 1959, in Minneapolis, MN; daughter of Robert (a restaurateur) and Barbara (a modern dancer) Lynch; married Mitch Glazer (a screenwriter), 1992; children: Shane (daughter). Education: Studied acting with Marilyn Fried and Sanford Meisner; studied directing at Guthrie Workshop, Minneapolis, MN.

Author of Longtime Companion. Also wrote the book for the musical Queen and wrote the libretto for the opera Breedlove. Wrote Savage Light with David Schulner. Screenplays: Longtime Companion (based on his stage play), Samuel Goldwyn, 1990. Prelude to a Kiss (based on his stage play), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1992. Reckless (based on his stage play), Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1995. The Secret Lives of Dentists (based on the novella The Age of Grief by Jane Smiley), Manhattan Pictures International, 2002. The Dying Gaul, Palisades, 2005.

Addresses: Agent—Marcia Hurwitz, Innovative Artists Talent and Literary Agency, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Manager—Eric Black, Crestview Entertainment, 521 Montana Ave., Suite 201, Santa Monica, CA 90403. Career: Actress. Appeared in children’s productions in Minneapolis, MN; Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, apprentice director; also worked as a television production manager. Appeared in commercials. Worked as a model for Elite Modeling Agency; worked as a dance instructor at an Arthur Murray dance studio, as a disco dancer, and as a flight attendant.

Teleplays; Specials: ⬙Blue Window,⬙ American Playhouse, PBS, 1987. Teleplays; Episodes: ⬙Fern’s Heart of Darkness,⬙ Subway Stories: Tales from the Underground, HBO, 1997. ⬙The Light in the Piazza,⬙ Live from Lincoln Center (also known as Great Performances: Live from Lincoln Center), PBS, 2006.

Awards, Honors: Independent Spirit Award nomination, best female lead, Independent Features Project/West, 1990, for Drugstore Cowboy; Independent Spirit Award nomination, best supporting female, 1995, for The Beans of Egypt, Maine. 150

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LYNCH Amanda, Persons Unknown, HBO, 1996. Susan Martinez, Brotherhood of Murder, Showtime, 1999. Jean Murray, Homeless to Harvard (also known as Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story), Lifetime, 2003. Herself, Searching for Debra Winger, Showtime, 2003. Diane Petersen, Cyber Seduction: His Secret Life, Lifetime, 2005. Helen, Normal Adolescent Behavior (also known as Havoc 2: Normal Adolescent Behavior and A Story of a Teenager), Lifetime, 2007.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Elite model, Portfolio, Sony, 1983. Title role, Osa, Alexandrov, 1985. Elaine, Bright Lights, Big City, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1988. Kerry Coughlin, Cocktail, Buena Vista, 1988. Dianne, Drugstore Cowboy, Avenue Entertainment/ Image Entertainment, 1989. Dr. Elizabeth Clay, Road House, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1989. Kate, Warm Summer Rain, Trans World Entertainment, 1989. Nancy Breyers, Desperate Hours, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1990. Grey Ellison, Curly Sue, Warner Bros., 1991. Connie Czapski, Three of Hearts, New Line Cinema, 1993. Roberta Bean, The Beans of Egypt, Maine (also known as Forbidden Choices), IRS Releasing, 1994. Valery Weiler, Imaginary Crimes, Warner Bros., 1994. Dr. Madison Carter, Virtuosity, Paramount, 1995. Marsha Pinnock, White Man’s Burden (also known as White Man), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1995. Annie Robicheaux, Heaven’s Prisoners, New Line Cinema, 1996. Jude Law, Cold around the Heart (also known as Cold Heart), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1997. Luanne LeSeur/Prunella Pagliosi, Mr. Magoo, Buena Vista, 1997. Lucy, Homegrown, TriStar, 1998. Vivian Wood, Charlie’s Angels (also known as 3 Engel fuer Charlie), Columbia, 2000. Callie Scheffer, Joe Somebody, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2001. Evangeline Chutney, The Slaughter Rule, Cowboy Pictures, 2002. Mary, Dallas 362, 2003, THINKFilm, 2005. Sara Wood, At Last, Anything for Love, 2005. Jean Price, The Jacket, Warner Bros., 2005. Susanna Smith, Welcome to California, Form, 2005. Morgan Elliot, The Visitation, Twentieth Century–Fox Home Entertainment, 2006. Visual Acoustics (documentary; also known as Visual Acoustics: The Modernism of Julius Shulman), Arthouse Films, 2008. Maggie, The Perfect Age of Rock ’n’ Roll, Red Hawk Films/ClassCIII Productions, 2009. Kaboom, Next World, 2010.

Television Appearances; Specials: Hilda, ⬙Black Pudding,⬙ The Edge, HBO, 1989. AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Warren Beatty, USA Network, 2008. Television Appearances; Pilots: Diana Burgess, San Berdoo, ABC, 1989. Joan Hunter, The Hunters, Lifetime, 2006. Television Appearances; Episodic: Lori ⬙Blondie⬙ Swan, ⬙Death and the Lady,⬙ Miami Vice, NBC, 1987. Theresa/Melissa, ⬙The Joker,⬙ The Hitchhiker (also known as Deadly Nightmares and Le voyageur), HBO, 1987. Lola, ⬙Red Wind,⬙ Fallen Angels, Showtime, 1995. Showbiz Today, 1996. Late Night with Conan O’Brien, 1997. Gloria Albright, ⬙Boy’s Town,⬙ Ally McBeal, Fox, 2001. Erica Smith, ⬙Rebecca,⬙ The Cleaner, Arts and Entertainment, 2008. Larry King Live, Cable News Network, 2009. Also appeared in episodes of other series, including The Equalizer, CBS; and Spenser: For Hire, ABC. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 1992, 1993. 8th Annual Prism Awards, FX Network, 2004. Television Work; Specials: Production manager, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit ’94: The 30th Anniversary, ABC, 1994. Associate producer, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Special: Class of ’94, NBC, 1995.

Television Appearances; Series: Ivan Aycock, a recurring role, The L Word, Showtime, between 2004 and 2009.

RECORDINGS

Television Appearances; Movies: Catherine Vernet, For Better and for Worse (also known as R.S.V.P.), 1993.

Videos: The Making of ⬙Charlie’s Angels,⬙ Columbia/TriStar Home Video, 2000. 151

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(Uncredited; in archive footage) Vivian Wood, Welcome to Angel World, 2000. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Details, December, 1991. GQ, September, 1994. Interview, March, 1989, p. 66. Los Angeles, September, 1994, p. 120. New York Post, May 3, 1993. People Weekly, November 6, 1989, pp. 137–39. Premiere, August, 1989, p. 35. Rolling Stone, May 3, 1990, pp. 19–20. Seventeen, January, 1990, p. 46. Vanity Fair, July, 1995, pp. 104–08.

LYONNE, Natasha 1979– (Natasha Leone) PERSONAL Born April 4, 1979, in New York, NY; daughter of Aaron Braunstein (a boxing promoter) and Ivette Lyonne (a product licensing consultant). Education: Studied film at New York University, 1997. Avocational Interests: Writing poetry. Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; Agency for the Performing Arts, 405 S. Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—3 Arts Entertainment, 9460 Wilshire Blvd., 7th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; 3 Arts New York, 888 7th Avenue, Suite 3500, New York, NY 10106. Publicist—PMK/HBH New York, 650 Fifth Ave., 33rd Floor, New York, NY 10019. Career: Actress and producer. Awards, Honors: Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, most promising actress, Teen Choice Award nomination, film—breakout performance, film—funniest scene, 1999, for The Slums of Beverly Hills; Monaco International Film Festival Angel Award, best supporting female actor, 2008, for Tricks of a Woman. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Rachel’s niece, Heartburn, Paramount, 1986. (As Natasha Leon) Arab girl, A Man Called Sarge, 1990. 152

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Television Appearances; Series: As the World Turns, 1986. Opal, Pee–wee’s Playhouse, 1986–87.

Female costar, ⬙Operation: Rent Money,⬙ The Knights of Prosperity, 2007. ⬙Lance Gets a Bodyguard,⬙ Free Radio, VH1, 2008.

Television Appearances; Movies: Rachel, Modern Vampires (also known as Revenant and Vamps), 1998. Jeanne, ⬙1972,⬙ If These Walls Could Talk 2, HBO, 2000. Old School, UPN and The CW, 2003. Esther, Loving Leah, 2009.

Stage Appearances: Tammy, Two Thousand Years, Acorn Theatre, New York City, 2008. Love, Loss, and What I Wore, Westside Theatre, New York City, 2009. RECORDINGS

Television Appearances; Specials: Spotlight on Location: American Pie (also known as The Making of ⬙American Pie⬙), 1999. Making the Movie: American Pie II, MTV, 2001. Cleavage, Arts and Entertainment, 2002.

Videos: Miscellaneous Shit: Behind the Scenes of ⬙Detroit Rock City,⬙ 1999. Good Timeswith Cast and Crew of ⬙American Pie 2,⬙ Universal Studios Home Video, 2002. Mightstalkers, Daywalkers, and Familiars: Inside the World of ⬙Blade Trinity,⬙ New Line Cinema, 2005.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Late Show with David Letterman (also known as Letterman and The Late Show), 1997. ⬙Filmen ⬘American Pie’/Nyheter och vaeder,⬙ Nyhetsmorgon, 1999. Gillian, ⬙Girl Trouble,⬙ Will & Grace, NBC, 2000. The Howard Stern, E! Entertainment Television, 2001. Bethany Daniels, ⬙If a Tree Falls?,⬙ Night Visions, Fox, 2001. Gretchen, ⬙Relax,⬙ Grounded for Life, Fox, 2002. ⬙Mini Moguls,⬙ Child Star Confidential, 2006.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, December 25, 1998, p. 46. Interview, July, 1999, p. 82. Newsweek, August 17, 1998, p. 61. Parade Magazine, January 6, 2002, p. 22. People Weekly, September 7, 1998, p. 85.

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MacINTYRE, Marguerite 1965– (Marguerite Macintyre) PERSONAL Born May 11, 1965, in MI. Addresses: Agent—Silver Massetti and Szatmary, 8730 W. Sunset Blvd., Suite 440, West Hollywood, CA 90069. Career: Actress. CREDITS Film Appearances: Bubble bath announcer, Radioland Murders, Image Entertainment, 1994. Voice of the woman, Bury the Evidence, 1999. Teacher, Our Lips Are Sealed, Warner Bros. Home Video, 2000. Valerie Leeds, Red Dragon, MCA/Universal, 2002. Television Appearances; Series: Abby Day, The Days, ABC, 2004. Television Appearances; Pilots: Kay Wilde, Septuplets, Fox, 2002. Television Appearances; Episodic: Karen, ⬙The Chaperone,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1994. Elaine MacGruder, ⬙The Lady Vanishes,⬙ The Commish, ABC, 1994. Darla, ⬙The White Shadow,⬙ The Tom Show, The WB, 1997. 154

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MALINA MALINA, Joshua 1966– (Josh Malina) PERSONAL Full name, Joshua Charles Malina; born January 17, 1966, in New York, NY (some sources cite New Rochelle, NY); married Melissa Merwin (a costume designer), December 1, 1996; children: Isabel Lila, Avi. Education: Yale University, B.A., theater studies, 1988. Religion: Jewish. Avocational Interests: Poker. Addresses: Agent—IFA Talent Agency, 8730 Sunset Blvd., Suite 490, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Manager— David B. Ginsberg, Insight, 1134 Cloverdale Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90019. Publicist—Craig Schneider, Pinnacle Public Relations, 8265 Sunset Blvd., Suite 201, Los Angeles, CA 90046. Career: Actor. Participated in poker tournaments and fund–raising events.

Stage Appearances: A ѧ My Name Will Always Be Alice, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1984. Sarah Stone, No Way to Treat a Lady, Hudson Guild Theatre, New York City, 1987. First fan, Delphi, bride, and Susan, Weird Romance, Workshop of the Players Art Theatre, New York City, 1992. Grace Farrell, Annie Warbucks, Variety Arts Theatre, New York City, 1993–94. Mata Hari, Mata Hari, York Theatre at St. Peter’s, New York City, 1996. Jane Eyre, La Jolla Playhouse, La Jolla, CA, 1999. Bertha, Jane Eyre, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 2000–2001. Mildred, Fahrenheit 451, Falcon Playhouse, Burbank, CA, 2002.

Member: Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series, 2000, for Sports Night; Screen Actors Guild Award nominations (with others), outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series, 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2006, all for The West Wing. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Jeremy Goodwin, Sports Night, ABC, 1998–2000. Kenny Fleck, Imagine That (also known as The Hank Azaria Show and What Are You Thinking?), NBC, 2002. Will Bailey, The West Wing (also known as West Wing and El ala oeste de la Casablanca), NBC, 2002–2006. Karl Mixworthy, Big Shots (also known as Bedrooms and Boardrooms, Big Dicks, and Untitled Jon Feldman Project), ABC, 2007–2008. Peter Alpert, a recurring role, In Plain Sight, USA Network, beginning 2009.

Also appeared as Avril/Mallory, City of Angels, New York City; Polly Peachum, The Threepenny Opera, Reprise, Los Angeles; Nellie Forbush, South Pacific, Paper Mill Playhouse, Milburn, NJ; Fay, Loot, Scottsdale Center, Scottsdale, AZ; Mary Shelley, Bloody Poetry, Los Angeles; in Das Barbecu!, Goodspeed. RECORDINGS Original Cast Albums: Weird Romance, Columbia, 1992. Annie Warbucks, Angel, 1993. A ѧ My Name Will Always Be Alice, 1995. Great Barrington Cast, 1995. No Way to Treat a Lady, 1997. Jane Eyre, Sony, 1997.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Gerald Bronstein, Menendez: A Killing in Beverly Hills, CBS, 1994. Tim Messick, From the Earth to the Moon, HBO, 1998. 155

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Television Appearances; Movies: Mark Sickler, How to Marry a Billionaire: A Christmas Tale (also known as How to Marry a Billionaire and The Marriage Clause), Fox, 2000. Kevin Adams, See Jane Date, ABC Family, 2003. Television Appearances; Specials: (Uncredited; in archive footage) Will Bailey, President Hollywood, BBC Four, 2008. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Second Annual TV Guide Awards, Fox, 2000. Sixth Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (also known as Screen Actors Guild Sixth Annual Awards), TNT, 2000. 10th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (also known as Screen Actors Guild 10th Annual Awards), TNT, 2004. Television Appearances; Episodic: Robert Brody, ⬙Off Camera,⬙ The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1993. Vince, ⬙Da Game,⬙ Bob, CBS, 1993. Announcer, ⬙Rules of the Game,⬙ Sliders, Fox, 1996. Cab driver, ⬙Live and Let Breathe,⬙ Champs, ABC, 1996. Jordan, ⬙Health,⬙ Tracey Takes On ѧ, HBO, 1996. Jordan, ⬙Law,⬙ Tracey Takes On ѧ, HBO, 1996. Jordan, ⬙Vanity,⬙ Tracey Takes On ѧ, HBO, 1996. Kenny Mitchell, ⬙Adolf Hankler,⬙ The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1998. (As Josh Malina) Kenny Mitchell, ⬙Another List,⬙ The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1998. (As Josh Malina) Kenny Mitchell, ⬙The Beginning of the End,⬙ The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1998. Guest, Hollywood Squares (also known as H2, H2: Hollywood Squares, and The Hollywood Squares), syndicated, multiple episodes in 1999. Jimmy Onassis, ⬙First Episode,⬙ She Spies (also known as B.A.I.T., Ele spioneaza, Kemcsajok, and Superespias), NBC, 2002. Himself, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn (also known as The Late Late Show), CBS, 2003. All That, Nickelodeon, 2003. Himself, The Wayne Brady Show, syndicated, 2004. Howard Meeks, ⬙Waste Not,⬙ Numb3rs (also known as Numbers and Num3ers), CBS, 2006. Tim Marley, ⬙All about Eva,⬙ The Nine (also known as The Nin9 and Untitled Hank and K. J. Steinberg Project), ABC, 2006. Himself, Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (also known as Ellen and The Ellen DeGeneres Show), syndicated, 2006. Cicero, ⬙Bad Guys,⬙ Stargate SG–1 (also known as La porte des etoiles and Stargaate SG–1), Sci–Fi Channel and syndicated, 2007. Howard Meeks, ⬙Democracy,⬙ Numb3rs (also known as Numbers and Num3ers), CBS, 2007.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Jeremy Goodwin, Sports Night, ABC, 1998. Stud, The PTA (also known as The P.T.A.), ABC Family, 2006. Karl Mixworthy, Big Shots (also known as Bedrooms and Boardrooms, Big Dicks, and Untitled Jon Feldman Project), ABC, 2007. Television Work; Series: Creator and executive producer, Celebrity Poker Showdown, Bravo, 2003–2005. Film Appearances: (As Josh Malina) Tom (an orderly), A Few Good Men, Columbia, 1992. Resident, Malice (also known as Bodily Harm), Columbia, 1993. Secret Service agent Chavez, In the Line of Fire (also known as The Secret Service), Columbia, 1993. David, The American President (also known as Hallo, Mr. President and Perfect Couple), Universal, 1995. Randall, Separate Lives, Trimark Pictures, 1995. First calculator kid, Infinity, First Look Pictures Releasing, 1996. Bob, Just Friends, Curb Entertainment, 1997. Global Credit Association receptionist, Clockwatchers, Artistic License/BMG Independents, 1997. Alex, My Engagement Party, 1998. 156

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MANETTI Career: Actor and producer. Made personal appearances. Also a restauranteur.

Bill Feldman, Bulworth (also known as Tribulations, Bulworth—Candidato em perigo, Bulworth—Il senatore, El senador Bulworth, Koko kansan Bulworth, and Politicamente incorreto), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998. Bob Stein, Kill the Man, 1999. Ms. Streisand, It’s a Shame about Ray (short film), 2000. Charlie, Without Charlie, 2001. P. T. Hackey, It Is What It Is, 2001. (As Josh Malina) Randy Jones, View from the Top (also known as Flight Girls, Flight Girls—View from the Top, and A View from the Top), Miramax, 2003. Nobody’s Perfect (short film), 2004.

Awards, Honors: Hero Award (with others), TV Land awards, 2009, for Magnum, P.I.; honorary grand marshal for a 2009 Columbus Day parade. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Lieutenant Robert ⬙Bob⬙ Boyle, Baa Baa Black Sheep, NBC, 1976–77, later known as Black Sheep Squadron, NBC, 1977–78. Joe Cadillac, The Duke, NBC, 1979. Orville ⬙Rick⬙ Wright, Magnum, P.I. (also known as Magnum, Magnum P.I., and Magnum, p.i.), CBS, 1980–88.

Film Work: Production assistant, Fletch Lives (also known as Fletch Saved), Universal, 1989. Stage Appearances: Private first class Louden Downey, Lieutenant junior grade Sam Weinberg, Corporal Jeffrey Owen Howard, and marines and sailors, A Few Good Men, Music Box Theatre, New York City, between 1989 and 1991.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Himself, ⬙I Love 1981,⬙ I Love 1980’s, BBC2, 2001. Television Appearances; Movies: Student football player, The Girl Most Likely To ѧ, ABC, 1973. Harry Pierpont, The Kansas City Massacre, ABC, 1975. Brian, Most Deadly Passage (television movie related to the series Emergency!; also known as Medic I: Seattle—Most Deadly Passage and The Most Deadly Passage; broadcast as a multipart episode of Emergency! when the series aired in syndication), NBC, 1978. Barry Shaw, The Take, USA Network, 1990. Currier, Bandit, Bandit (also known as Bandit: Bandit Bandit), syndicated, 1994. Larry Bonner, Subliminal Seduction (also known as The Corporation, Flash Flame, Mind Storm, Roger Corman Presents ⬙Flash Frame,⬙ and Roger Corman Presents ⬙Subliminal Seduction⬙), Showtime, 1996. Morgan, Top of the World (also known as Cold Cash, Cold Cash in Las Vegas, Countdown in Las Vegas, and Showdown), HBO, c. 1998. Paul, Scar City (also known as S.C.A.R. and Scarred City), HBO, 1998. Agent Harris, The Alternate (also known as Agent of Death, The President, and The Replacement), Cinemax, 2000. Spatz Lonegan, Monster Makers, Hallmark Channel, 2003. Detective Ed O’Connor, Cool Money (also known as The Pierre Heist), USA Network, 2005. Nelson, Back to You and Me (also known as Home Again), Hallmark Channel, 2005.

RECORDINGS Music Videos: Appeared in ⬙Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)⬙ by Pras featuring Ol’ Dirty Bastard and Mya, 1998. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Advocate, April 15, 2003, p. 57. San Francisco Chronicle, October 5, 1999. TV Guide, January 18, 2003, p. 12; January 14, 2008, p. 60. USA Weekend, October 17, 1999.

MANETTI, Larry 1947– PERSONAL Born July 23, 1947, in Chicago, IL; half brother of Robert Conrad (an actor); married Nancy DeCarl (an actress), February 19, 1980; children: Lorenzo (a director, writer, producer, editor, production coordinator, and production assistant). Education: Trained with the Ted List Theater Players, Chicago, IL; studied acting with Sal Dano.

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Himself, TV Land Convention Special, TV Land, 2004. Honorary grand marshal, 2009 Columbus Day Parade, ABC, 2009. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The Seventh Annual TV Land Awards (also known as The Seventh Annual TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV), TV Land, 2009. Television Appearances; Episodic: (Uncredited) Paramedic, ⬙Frequency,⬙ Emergency! (also known as Emergency One and Emergencia), NBC, 1973. Detective, ⬙$35 Will Fly You to the Moon,⬙ Chase (also known as The Chase), NBC, 1974. Joe Scully, ⬙Mystery Cycle,⬙ Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1974. Johnny Brennan, ⬙The Most Deadly Species,⬙ The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1974. Bert Dwyer, ⬙Rules of Order,⬙ Emergency! (also known as Emergency One and Emergencia), NBC, 1976. Larry Walsh, ⬙The Honorable Profession,⬙ The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1976. Sergeant Valli, ⬙The Walking Bomb,⬙ Switch, CBS, 1976. Himself, The Mike Douglas Show, syndicated, 1977. Giles, ⬙Gun on Ice Planet Zero: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Battlestar Galactica, ABC, 1978. Giles, ⬙Lost Planet of the Gods: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Battlestar Galactica, ABC, 1978. Giles, ⬙The Lost Warrior,⬙ Battlestar Galactica, ABC, 1978. Larry St. Cloud, ⬙Nice Guys Finish Dead,⬙ The Rockford Files (also known as Jim Rockford, Jim Rockford, Private Investigator, and Rockford), NBC, 1979. ⬙Savage Says: The Most Dangerous Bird Is the Jailbird,⬙ Tenspeed and Brown Shoe, ABC, 1980. Marty, ⬙Face of Love/Image of Celeste,⬙ Fantasy Island, ABC, 1982. Himself, Tattletales (also known as TattleTales), 1982, 1983. Owen Lloyd, ⬙Flesh and Blood,⬙ Hotel (also known as Arthur Hailey’s ⬙Hotel⬙), ABC, 1984. Henry Hogan, ⬙Baker’s Dozen,⬙ Tales from the Darkside (also known as Beraettelser fraan andra siden, Histoires de l’autre monde, Historias del mas ella, and Keskiyoen kauhutarinoita), syndicated, 1986. Junior Harmon, ⬙Printer’s Devil,⬙ Tales from the Darkside (also known as Beraettelser fraan andra siden, Histoires de l’autre monde, Historias del mas ella, and Keskiyoen kauhutarinoita), syndicated, 1986. Guest, The Hollywood Squares (also known as The New Hollywood Squares), syndicated, 1987. Officer Nestor Parkins, ⬙Powers of Darkness,⬙ Swamp Thing, USA Network, 1992. Officer Nestor Parkins, ⬙Smoke and Mirrors,⬙ Swamp Thing, USA Network, 1992. Officer Nestor Parkins, ⬙What Goes around Comes around⬙ (some sources cite episode title as ⬙What

Appeared as Brian in ⬙Most Deadly Passage⬙ (also known as ⬙Medic I: Seattle—Most Deadly Passage⬙ and ⬙The Most Deadly Passage⬙), Emergency! (also known as Emergency One and Emergencia), syndicated, originally broadcast as a television movie, NBC, 1978. Television Appearances; Pilots: Stan, Starsky & Hutch (also known as Starsky and Hutch), ABC, 1975. Chip Vincent, Tenspeed and Brown Shoe, ABC, 1980. Orville ⬙Rick⬙ Wright, ⬙Don’t Eat the Snow in Hawaii: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Magnum, P.I. (also known as Magnum, Magnum P.I., and Magnum, p.i.), CBS, 1980. 158

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Television Producer; Movies: The Take, USA Network, 1990. (With others) Midnight Runaround, syndicated, 1994. (With others) Midnight Run for Your Life, syndicated, 1994. (With others) Another Midnight Run, syndicated, 1994.

PERSONAL Original name, Debra Frances Manheim; born March 8, 1961, in Caldwell, NJ; daughter of Jerome (a mathematics professor) and Sylvia (a teacher) Manheim; children: Milo Jacob. Education: Attended Cabrillo Junior College; University of California, Santa Cruz, B.F.A., theatre, 1984; New York University, M.F.A., drama, 1987. Politics: Democrat. Avocational Interests: Social activism, motorcycling.

Film Appearances: Pratt (SWAT team member), Two–Minute Warning, Universal, 1976. Sudden Death, Topar Films, 1977. Lengle, Snapdragon, 1993. Radcliffe, CIA II: Target Alexa (also known as C.I.A. Codename: Viper, CIA: Target Alexa, CIA II: Code Name Alexa, and Codename Viper), c. 1993. Derrick Richmond, Body Chemistry 4: Full Exposure (also known as Body Chemistry 4 and Body Chemistry IV), Concorde–New Horizons, 1995. Haney, Exit (also known as Strip to Kill), Republic Entertainment, 1996. Gersi, Fatal Pursuit, New City Releasing/Dream, 1998. Billy, Time Served, Trimark Pictures, 1999. Lewis, No Tomorrow, PM Entertainment Group, 1999. Thomas Grady, Hijack (also known as The Last Siege), 1999. Random Acts, Rainbow Releasing, 2001. Sergeant C. ⬙Chickie⬙ Mudryck, The Stoneman, 2002, Terra Entertainment, 2005. Victor, Scrambled Eggs (short film), Glass Beach Entertainment, 2004. Himself, Triloquist (also known as Dummy), Genius Products, 2008.

Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Framework Entertainment, 9057 Nemo St., Suite C, West Hollywood, CA 90069. Career: Actress, producer, and writer. Atlantic Theatre, member of company. Appeared in the Internet commercial series ⬙Meet the Kelleys⬙ for NASCAR.com, 2001; appeared in print advertisements for Target Stores, 2001. New York University, teacher of improvisation; operator of a theatre company in Santa Cruz, CA; performer in Renaissance Faire, Los Angeles, CA. Also worked as an interpreter for the deaf at hospitals. Member: Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Awards, Honors: Obie Award, distinguished performance, Village Voice, Drama Desk Award nomination, outstanding featured actress in a play, 1995, both for Missing Persons; National Board of Review Award (with others), outstanding ensemble performance, 1998, for Happiness; E! Golden Hanger Award, female fashion breakthrough, 1998; Emmy Award, outstanding supporting actress in a drama series, 1998, Emmy Award nomination, 1999, Q Award nominations, best supporting actress in a quality drama series, Viewers for Quality Television, 1998, 2000, Q Award, best supporting actress in a quality drama series, Golden Globe Award, best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a series, miniseries, or motion picture, Television Critics Association Award nomination, individual achievement in drama, 1999, Screen Actors Guild Award nominations (with others), outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series, 1999, 2000, 2001, Golden Satellite Award, best performance by an actress in a drama series, International Press Academy, 2000, all for The Practice; Lucy Award, Women in Film, 1999; Television Critics Association Award nomination, individual achievement in drama, 1999; listed among ⬙women of the year,⬙ Glamour, 1999; Genii Award, outstanding television performance, American Women in Radio and Television, 2000; Emmy Award nomina-

WRITINGS Nonfiction: (With Chip Silverman) Aloha Magnum: Larry Manetti’s Magnum, P.I. Memories, St. Martin’s Press, 1999. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Plain Dealer, May 5, 2001, p. E6. TV Guide, July 17, 2005, p. 14. Electronic: Larry Manetti, http://www.larrymanetti.com, November 1, 2009. 159

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tion, outstanding supporting actress in a miniseries or a movie, Satellite Award, outstanding actress in a supporting role in a series, miniseries or motion picture made for television, 2005, Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a series, miniseries or motion picture made for television, 2006, all for Elvis.

Ms. Wood, Just Peck, 2009. Gloria, Love Hurts, 2009. Television Appearances; Series: Ellenor Frutt, The Practice, ABC, 1997–2004. Delia Banks, Ghost Whisperer, CBS, 2006–2009. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Snow White, The 10th Kingdom (also known as Das 10te Koenigreich and Das Zehnte Koenigreich), NBC, 2000. Suzanne Nabor, ⬙Part 4: I’m OK, It’s You I’m Not Sure About,⬙ A Girl Thing, Showtime, 2001. Gladys Presley, Elvis, CBS, 2005.

CREDITS Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Girl in elevator, Sudden Impact (also known as Le retour de l’inspecteur Harry), Warner Bros., 1983. Poe picketer, The Bonfire of the Vanities, Warner Bros., 1990. Virginia Cranehill, The Road to Wellville, Columbia, 1994. Nurse Manheim, Cracking Up, Phaedra Cinema, 1994. Single woman, Jeffrey, Orion, 1995. Nurse at Cyrez Infirmary, Eraser, Warner Bros., 1996. Singles registry woman, You Are Here, Panorama Entertainment, 1997. Toby Walters, Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion, Buena Vista, 1997. Gwen, David Searching, Water Bearer, 1997. Dr. London, Mercury Rising, Universal, 1998. Kristina, Happiness, Good Machine, 1998. Mrs. Lily Swensrut, The Tic Code, Avalanche Releasing, 1998. Patricia, Fool’s Gold, 1998. Sister Sophia, Wide Awake, Miramax, 1998. Mrs. Basil, Joe the King (also known as Joe Henry), Trimark Pictures, 1999. Agatha, East of A, 2000. Alison, What Planet Are You From?, Columbia, 2000. Just Like Mona, Regent Entertainment, 2002. Trooper Champlin, Scary Movie 3 (also known as Film de peur 3 and Scary Movie 3.5), Miramax, 2003. Lisa, Twisted (also known as Twisted—Der erste Verdacht), Paramount, 2004. Voice of Tria, The Land before Time XI: Invasion of the Tinysauruses (animated), Universal Studios Home Video, 2004. Lisa Gobar, Marilyn Hotchkiss’ Ballroom Dancing & Charm School (also known as Ballroom Dancing), Samuel Goldwyn Films, 2005. Teacher, Dark Water, Buena Vista, 2005. Nina, An Unfinished Life (also known as Ein ungezaehmtes Leben), Miramax, 2005. Vicki Matters, Behind the Smile, 2006. Voice of Tria, The Land before Time XII: The Great Day of the Flyers (animated), Universal Studios Home Entertainment, 2006. Barbara, Slipstream (also known as Slipstream Dream), Strand Releasing, 2007. Herself, Faire: An American Renaissance (documentary), 2008.

Television Appearances; Movies: Betty, Deadly Whispers, CBS, 1995. Herself, Jackie’s Back! (also known as Jackie’s Back: Portrait of a Diva), Lifetime, 1999. Janet McFarland, The Loretta Claiborne Story, ABC, 2000. Nurse Vandemal, Jenifer (also known as The Jenifer Estess Story), CBS, 2001. Samantha ⬙Sam⬙ Berger, Kiss My Act, ABC, 2001. Rebecca Hillicker, The Laramie Project, HBO, 2002. Bev, Snow Wonder, CBS, 2005. Elizabeth Blue, Jesse Stone: Thin Ice, CBS, 2009. Television Appearances; Specials: Risa, ⬙Notes for My Daughter,⬙ ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1995. Ladies Home Journal’s Most Fascinating Women of ⬘98, CBS, 1998. Herself, The 50th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, NBC, 1998. Narrator, 100 Years of Women, Lifetime, 1999. Presenter, The 51st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Fox, 1999. Herself, Intimate Portrait: Marlee Matlin, Lifetime, 1999. Herself, The Stars Come Out: The GLAAD Awards, E! Entertainment Television, 2000. Presenter, The 52nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, ABC, 2000. Holiday Music Spectacular from Miami Beach 2000, Fox, 2000. The 6th Annual Screen Actors Gild Awards, TNT, 2000. Herself, Joan Rivers: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 2001. Presenter, The 2nd Annual Women Rock! Girls and Guitars, 2001. Herself, Intimate Portrait: LisaGay Hamilton, Lifetime, 2002. Presenter, ABC 50th Anniversary Celebration, ABC, 2003. Contestant, World Poker Tour: Hollywood Home Game, Travel Channel, 2004. 160

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Herself, Chabad: To Life Telethon (also known as Chabad Telethon, Chabad Telethon: Live, and The Chabad ⬙Dancing Rabbis⬙ Telethon), 2008. Television Appearances; Pilots: Ms. Klein–Perlow, Beck, CBS, 1995. Ellenor Frutt, The Practice, ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Leila, ⬙Life Choice,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1991. Camerawoman, Here and Now, NBC, 1992. Martha Rollins, ⬙Benevolence,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1993. Beatrice Hines, ⬙Nurture,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1994. Lawyer, ⬙Blondes Have More Fun,⬙ New York Undercover (also known as Uptown Undercover), Fox, 1994. Rabbi Heller, One Life to Live, ABC, 1995. Marge Stewart, ⬙Sexual Perversity in Chicago,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 1996. Anita, ⬙At Risk,⬙ Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1997. Ellenor Frutt, ⬙The Inmates,⬙ Ally McBeal, Fox, 1998. Jeopardy!, syndicated, 1999. MADtv, Fox, 1999. Registered nurse Dale Harris, ⬙Birth: Part 2,⬙ Oh Baby, Lifetime, 1999. Ellenor Frutt, ⬙Bad Blood,⬙ Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: SVU), NBC and USA Network, 2000. Psychic Sue, ⬙Gypsies, Gramps, and Weed,⬙ Will & Grace, NBC, 2000. Voice of Juliet, ⬙Company Picnic,⬙ Dilbert (animated), UPN, 2000. Voice, ⬙Dammit Janet,⬙ Family Guy (animated; also known as Padre de familia), Fox, 2000. Hollywood Squares (also known as H2 and H2: Hollywood Squares), syndicated, 2000–2002. Ellenor Frutt, ⬙Chapter Thirteen,⬙ Boston Public, Fox, 2001. Ellenor Frutt, ⬙Flashpoint,⬙ Gideon’s Crossing, ABC, 2001. ⬙Enemy Pie,⬙ Storyline Online, 2003. Voice of Plumber Hero, ⬙Twinkle Tooth/Flower Power,⬙ Higglytown Heroes (animated), The Disney Channel, 2004. June, ⬙Cinderella in Scrubs,⬙ Strong Medicine, Lifetime, 2004. Daisy Ray, ⬙A Kosher Slaughterhouse Out in Fontana,⬙ Two and a Half Men, CBS, 2004. ⬙Hollywood Home Game II,⬙ World Poker Tour, 2004. ⬙Tournament 1, Game 1,⬙ Celebrity Blackjack, Game Show Network, 2004. ⬙Tournament 5, Game 5,⬙ Celebrity Blackjack, Game Show Network, 2004. Veronica Bloom, ⬙Lynch Pin,⬙ The L Word, Showtime, 2005. Veronica Bloom, ⬙Labyrinth,⬙ The L Word, Showtime, 2005.

Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: The Rosie O’Donnell Show, syndicated, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002. ⬙Popularity,⬙ Dennis Miller Live, 1999. The Roseanne Show, syndicated, 1999. Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 1999. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (also known as Jay Leno), NBC, 2001. The Sharon Osborne Show (also known as Sharon), syndicated, 2003. The Wayne Brady Show, syndicated, 2003. The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, CBS, 2004. The Tony Danza Show, syndicated, 2004, 2005. Jimmy Kimmel Live! (also known as Jimmy Kimmel), ABC, 2004, 2005. The View, ABC, 2005. The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, CBS, 2005, 2006. The Megan Mullally Show, syndicated, 2006. The Bonnie Hunt Show, NBC, 2009. Television Co–Executive Producer; Movies: Kiss My Act, ABC, 2001. Stage Appearances: Postmistress, Stella, New York Theatre Workshop, Perry Street Theatre, New York City, 1987. Hydriotaphia, New York City, 1987. Carnival worker, Woyzeck, Esther R. Newman Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 1992–93. 161

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Saint Joan of the Stockyards, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1992–93. Sheriff, ⬙Five Visits from Mr. Whitcomb,⬙ The 1993 Young Playwrights Festival, Playwrights Horizons Theatre, New York City, 1993. Corine, The Triumph of Love, Classic Stage Company, New York City, 1994. Lucetta, Two Gentlemen of Verona, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, Public Theatre, 1994. The Amazing Adventures of Tense Guy, Paradise Theatre, New York City, 1994. Wake Up, I’m Fat (solo monologue), Second Stage Theatre, New York City, 1994, then LuEsther Hall, Public Theatre, 1995. Gemma, Missing Persons, Atlantic Theatre Company, New York City, 1995. Helen, Sin, McGinn–Cazale Theatre, New York City, 1995. Nurse, Romeo and Juliet, Delacorte Theatre, New York City, 2007.

Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, September 18, 1998, p. 67; May 7, 1999, p. 56; October 5, 2001, p. 141. Glamour, September, 1998, p. 173. Good Housekeeping, February, 2004, p. 208. In Style, June 1, 1999, p. 282. Los Angeles, April, 2001, p. 19. Maclean’s, January 11, 1999, pp. 62–63; June 7, 1999, p. 12. Ms., October/November 1999, p. 93. New York Times, October 23, 1994. Parade, December 31, 2000, p. 18. People Weekly, November 21, 1994, pp. 145–46; December 28, 1998, p. 76; May 24, 1999, p. 73; March 26, 2001, p. 60; April 23, 2001, p. 31; October 31, 2005, p. 137. Progressive, October, 2001, p. 33. TV Guide, July 4, 1998, pp. 24–26; May 8, 1999, pp. 14–20, 51. USA Today, August 25, 1998, p. 3D. Electronic: Camryn Manheim Official Site, http://www. camrynmanheim.com/, September 14, 2009.

RECORDINGS Videos: Snow White, The 10th Kingdom: The Making of an Epic (short documentary), Carnival Films, 2000. Herself, Creating a Twisted Web of Intrigue (short documentary), Paramount Home Video, 2004. Herself, ⬙Dark Water⬙: Extraordinary Ensemble (short documentary), Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2005. Herself, Dreaming ⬙Slipstream Dream⬙ (short documentary), Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2008.

MARTIN, Steve 1945– PERSONAL Full name, Stephen Glenn Martin; born August 14, 1945, in Waco, TX; raised in Southern California; son of Glenn Vernon (a real estate agent and actor) and Mary (a homemaker; maiden name, Lee) Martin; married Victoria Tennant (an actress), November 20, 1986 (divorced, 1994); married Anne Stringfield (a writer), July 28, 2007. Education: Attended Santa Ana Junior College, Long Beach State College (also known as California State College at Long Beach, now known as California State University, Long Beach), and the University of California, Los Angeles, studied philosophy and theatre. Avocational Interests: Collecting art, reading, playing horseshoes, skiing.

Audio Books: Wake Up, I’m Fat!, Soundelux, 1999. WRITINGS Plays: Wake Up, I’m Fat (solo monologue), produced at Second Stage Theatre, New York City, 1994, then LuEsther Hall, Public Theatre, New York City, 1995.

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Addresses: Contact—c/o PO Box 929, Beverly Hills, CA 90213. Agent—International Creative Management, 10250 Constellation Way, 9th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067; Ed Limato, William Morris Endeavor Entertainment (WmEE2), One William Morris Place, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist—Alan Nierob, Rogers & Cowan Public Relations, Pacific Design Center, 8687 Melrose Ave., 7th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

Books: Contemporary Heroes and Heroines, Book IV, Gale, 2000.

Career: Actor, comedian, writer, producer, and musician. Disneyland, worked at Merlin’s Cave (also known as Magic Shop on Main Street), other places at

Nonfiction: Wake Up, I’m Fat (autobiography; based on her play of the same title), Broadway Books, 1999.

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MARTIN of Me; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, best actor, 1987, National Society of Film Critics Award, best actor, Writers Guild of America Award, best screenplay based on material from another medium, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture—comedy or musical, all 1988, all for Roxanne; Hasty Pudding Theatricals man of the Year, Harvard University, 1988; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture—comedy or musical, 1990, for Parenthood; MTV Movie Award nomination, best comedic performance, 1992, for Father of the Bride; People’s Choice awards, favorite comedy motion picture actor, 1992 and 1993; Outer Critics Circle Award, outstanding off–Broadway play, and John Gassner Award, Outer Critics Circle, both 1996, for Picasso at the Lapin Agile; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture—comedy or musical, and American Comedy Award nomination, funniest leading actor in a motion picture, both 1996, for Father of the Bride Part II; American Comedy Award nomination, funniest male guest appearance in a television series, 1999, for Late Show with David Letterman; Lifetime Achievement Award in Comedy, American Comedy awards, 2000; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite comedy team (with Eddie Murphy), and Teen Choice Award nomination, choice liar in a film, both 2000, for Bowfinger; Grammy Award (with Earl Scruggs and others), best country instrumental performance, 2001, for ⬙Foggy Mountain Breakdown⬙; Film Excellence Award, Boston Film Festival, 2001; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding individual performance in a variety or music program, 2001, for The 73rd Annual Academy Awards; Teen Choice Award nomination, choice movie hissy fit, 2003, and MTV Movie Award nomination, best dance sequence, 2004, both for Bringing down the House; American Cinematheque Award, 2004; Writers Guild of America Award nomination (with others), outstanding comedy or variety writing for television specials, music, awards, or tributes, 2004, for The 75th Annual Academy Awards; named one of the 100 greatest stand–up comedians, Comedy Central, 2004; Mark Twain Prize for American Humor (also known as the Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor), John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 2005; Grammy Award nomination, best spoken word album (includes poetry, audiobooks, and storytelling), 2005, for The Pleasure of My Company; Satellite Award nomination, outstanding adapted screenplay, International Press Academy, 2005, for Shopgirl; named one of the top fifty comedians of all time, The Comedians’ Comedian, Channel 4 (England), 2005; Kennedy Center Honors, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 2007; named one of the 100 greatest stand–up comedians, Channel 4 (England), 2007; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding guest actor in a comedy series, 2009, for ⬙Gavin Volure,⬙ 30 Rock; Grammy Award nomination, best spoken word album (includes poetry, audiobooks, and storytelling), 2009, for Born Standing Up: A Comic’s Life; International Bluegrass Music As-

Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Guild of Variety Artists, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Writers Guild of America, West, Mensa. Awards, Honors: Voted most talented, Garden Grove High School, c. 1963; Emmy Award (with others), outstanding writing achievement in comedy, variety, or music, 1969, for The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour; Emmy Award nomination (with others), outstanding writing in variety or music, 1972, for The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour; Emmy Award nomination (with others), outstanding writing in a comedy, variety, or music special, 1976, for Van Dyke and Company; Grammy awards, best comedy album, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 1977, for Let’s Get Small, and 1978, for A Wild and Crazy Guy; Georgie awards, American Guild of Variety Artists, 1977 and 1978; Jack Benny Award, University of California, Los Angeles, 1978; Academy Award nomination (with others), best short film, live action, 1978, for The Absent– Minded Waiter; gold record certification, Recording Industry Association of America, c. 1978, for ⬙King Tut⬙; Grammy Award nominations, best comedy album, 1979, for Comedy Is Not Pretty, and 1982, for The Steve Martin Brothers; Writers Guild of America Award (with others), best variety, musical, or comedy program, 1981, for All Commercials ѧ A Steve Martin Special; Golden Globe Award nomination, best motion picture actor—comedy or musical, 1982, for Pennies from Heaven; named an great stand–up comedian in a special broadcast by HBO, 1984; New York Film Critics Circle Award, best actor, 1984, National Society of Film Critics Award, best actor, 1985, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture—comedy or musical, 1985, all for All 163

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sociation Award nominations, recorded event of the year, for ⬙Daddy Played the Banjo⬙ (with Tim O’Brien and Earl Scruggs) and ⬙The Crow,⬙ instrumental recorded performance of the year, for ⬙The Crow,⬙ and instrumental performer of the year—banjo, all 2009; International Bluegrass Music Association Award, best liner notes for a recorded project, 2009, and Grammy Award nomination, best bluegrass album, 2010, both for The Crow: New Songs for the Five–String Banjo; Martin’s portrayal of Navin R. Johnson in The Jerk was named one of the 100 greatest movie characters of all time, Premiere magazine; other awards and honors.

Gil Buckman, Parenthood, Universal, 1989. Vincent ⬙Vinnie⬙ Antonelli/Todd Wilkinson, My Blue Heaven (also known as The Foolish Captive), Warner Bros., 1990. Davis, Grand Canyon, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1991. George Stanley Banks, Father of the Bride, Buena Vista, 1991. Harris K. Telemacher, L.A. Story (also known as Los Angeles Story), TriStar, 1991. Jonas Nightingale, Leap of Faith, Paramount, 1992. Newton Davis, Housesitter, Universal, 1992. Michael McCann, A Simple Twist of Fate (also known as Twist of Fate), Buena Vista, 1994. Philip, Mixed Nuts (also known as Lifesavers and Night before Xmas), TriStar, 1994. Himself, Waiting for Beckett (documentary), Global Village, c. 1994. George Stanley Banks and narrator, Father of the Bride Part II, Buena Vista, 1995. Master sergeant Ernest G. Bilko (title role), Sgt. Bilko (also known as Sergeant Bilko), Universal, 1996. Julian ⬙Jimmy⬙ Dell, The Spanish Prisoner, Sony Pictures Classics, 1997. (In archive footage in a photograph) Sponsor, Fierce Creatures (also known as Death Fish II), MCA/ Universal, 1997. Voice of Hotep, The Prince of Egypt (animated), DreamWorks, 1998. Henry Clark, The Out–of–Towners, Paramount, 1999. Introductory host, Fantasia/2000 (animated and live action; also known as Fantasia Continued, Fantasia ’99, and Fantasia 2000), Buena Vista, 1999. Robert ⬙Bobby⬙ Bowfinger (title role), Bowfinger (also known as Big Movie and Bowfinger’s Big Thing), Universal, 1999. Himself, The Venice Project, Terra Film, 1999. Charlie Duell, Joe Gould’s Secret, USA Films, 2000. Himself, Thin Ice, National Film Board of Canada, 2000. Dr. Frank Sangster, Novocaine, Artisan Entertainment, 2001. Mr. Chairman, Looney Tunes: Back in Action (live action and animated; also known as Looney Tunes Back in Action: The Movie, Looney Tunes: The Movie, Spy Jam, and The Untitled Looney Tunes Project), Warner Bros., 2003. Peter Sanderson, Bringing down the House (also known as In the Houze and JailBabes.com), Buena Vista, 2003. (In archive footage) Himself, Inventing Grace, Touching Glory (documentary; also known as The History Film), 2003. Tom Baker, Cheaper by the Dozen, Twentieth Century– Fox, 2003. Himself, Jiminy Glick in Lalawood (also known as Jiminy Glick in Gagawood), Gold Circle Productions/Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2004. Ray Porter, Shopgirl, Buena Vista, 2005.

CREDITS Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Man waiting outside school, Jing wu men (also known as The Chinese Connection, Fist of Fury, Fists of Fury, The Iron Hand, School for Chivalry, and Tekken; comic dubbed version known as Laugh Track: Chinese Connection), 1972, dubbed version released by National General Pictures, 1973. Steven (title role), The Absent–Minded Waiter (short film), Paramount, 1977. Dr. Maxwell Edison, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (musical; also known as Banda de los corazones), Universal, 1978. Insolent waiter, The Muppet Movie (also known as Muppet–show), Associated Film Distribution, 1979. Navin R. Johnson, cat juggler, Pig Eye Jackson, and Engineer Fred, The Jerk (also known as Easy Money), Universal, 1979. Himself, The Kids Are Alright (also known as The Who Rock Concert and The Who: The Kids Are Alright), New World Pictures/Brent Walker Film Distributing, 1979. Arthur Parker, Pennies from Heaven (musical), Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1981. Rigby Reardon, Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid (also known as Bogart Jr. and Dead Men Wear No Plaid), Universal, 1982. Dr. Michael Hfuhruhrr, The Man with Two Brains (also known as Man with Two Brains), Warner Bros., 1983. Larry Hubbard, The Lonely Guy, Universal, 1984. Roger Cobb, All of Me, Universal, 1984. Fabio Longio, Movers & Shakers (also known as Dreamers), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1985. Lucky Day, Three Amigos! (also known as Three Amigos and The Three Caballeros), Orion, 1986. Orin Scrivello, DDS, Little Shop of Horrors (musical), Warner Bros., 1986. Charlie ⬙C. D.⬙ Bales, Roxanne, Columbia, 1987. Neal Page, Planes, Trains & Automobiles (also known as Planes, Trains and Automobiles), Paramount, 1987. Freddy Benson, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Orion, 1988. 164

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MARTIN Generation Boom (documentary), TV Land, 2006. (In archive footage) Himself, 100 Greatest Stand–Ups, Channel 4, 2007.

Tom Baker, Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (also known as Moins cher la douzaine 2), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2005. Inspector Jacques Clouseau, The Pink Panther (also known as The Birth of the Pink Panther and The Mask of the Pink Panther), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2006. Barry, Baby Mama (also known as Rent–A–Mama), Universal, 2008. Adam, It’s Complicated (also known as Untitled Nancy Meyers Project), Universal, 2009. Inspector Jacques Clouseau, The Pink Panther 2 (also known as The Next Pink Panther, Pink Panther 2, and The Pink Panther Deux), Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer/Columbia, 2009. Cosmo Topper (title role), Topper, c. 2010.

Television Appearances; Movies: The brother, And the Band Played On, HBO, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: Himself, The Funnier Side of Eastern Canada (also known as The Funnier Side of Eastern Canada with Steve Martin), 1974. Himself, John Denver’s ⬙Rocky Mountain Christmas⬙ (also known as Rocky Mountain Christmas), ABC, 1975. Himself, On Location: Steve Martin, HBO, 1976. Himself, Rolling Stone Magazine: The 10th Anniversary, CBS, 1977. Himself, Bob Hope’s Salute to the 75th Anniversary of the World Series (also known as The Bob Hope Special), NBC, 1978. Himself and various characters, Steve Martin: A Wild and Crazy Guy, NBC, 1978. (Uncredited) Himself, That’s Panthertainment (documentary), 1978. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Waiter, The Muppets Go Hollywood, CBS, 1979. George Burns’ 100th Birthday Party, NBC, 1979. Host and performer, All Commercials ѧ A Steve Martin Special, NBC, 1980. Host and various characters, Steve Martin: Comedy Is Not Pretty, NBC, 1980. (In archive footage) Himself, Johnny Carson’s 18th Anniversary Special (also known as The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson 18th Anniversary), NBC, 1980. Himself, Johnny Cash: The First 25 Years, CBS, 1980. The Sensational, Shocking, Wonderful, Wacky ’70s, NBC, 1980. Host and various characters, Steve Martin’s Best Show Ever, NBC, 1981. (In archive footage) Himself, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 19th Anniversary Special, NBC, 1981. Host and various characters, The Winds of Whoopie (also known as Steve Martin’s ⬙The Winds of Whoopie⬙), NBC, 1983. (In archive footage) Himself, The Great Standups (also known as The Great Standups: Sixty Years of Laughter), HBO, 1984. Himself, Johnny Carson Presents the Tonight Show Comedians, NBC, 1984. Himself, The History of White People in America (also known as The History of White People in America, Volume 1 and The History of White People in America: Volume I), Cinemax, 1985. Himself, Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes All–Star 50th Anniversary (also known as Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes All–Star 50th Anniversary Special and Looney Tunes 50th Anniversary), CBS, 1986.

Film Executive Producer: Three Amigos! (also known as Three Amigos and The Three Caballeros), Orion, 1986. Roxanne, Columbia, 1987. (With Mario Kassar) L.A. Story (also known as Los Angeles Story), TriStar, 1991. A Simple Twist of Fate (also known as Twist of Fate), Buena Vista, 1994. Traitor, Overture Films, 2008. Film Producer: Shopgirl, Buena Vista, 2005. Film Song Performer: Several songs, Pennies from Heaven (musical), Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1981. Performed songs in films, television programs, and videos. Television Appearances; Series: Regular performer, The Ray Stevens Show (also known as Andy Williams Presents Ray Stevens), NBC, 1970. The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour, CBS, multiple appearances, 1971–73. Regular performer, The Ken Berry ⬙Wow⬙ Show (also known as Ken Berry’s ⬙Wow⬙), ABC, 1972. Regular performer, Half the George Kirby Comedy Hour, syndicated, 1972–73. Regular performer, The Smothers Brothers Show, NBC, 1975. Himself, Johnny Cash and Friends, CBS, 1976. Various characters, Twilight Theater (also known as Steve Martin’s ⬙Twilight Theater⬙), NBC, 1982. Himself, Scene by Scene with Steve Martin, BBC2, 1998–99. Television Appearances; Miniseries: (In archive footage) Himself, Comedy Central Presents: 100 Greatest Stand–Ups of All Time, Comedy Central, 2004. 165

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 Himself, Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary (also known as Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary Primetime Special), NBC, 1999. (In archive footage) Himself, SNL: 25 Years of Music, NBC, 1999. Himself, Steve Martin: A Comic Life, Comedy Central, 1999. (In archive footage) Himself and various characters, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Steve Martin, NBC, 1999. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Joe Mel, Sr., Saturday Night Live: Game Show Parodies, NBC, 2000. Himself, AFI’s ⬙100 Years, 100 Laughs: America’s Funniest Movies⬙ (also known as AFI’s ⬙100 Years, 100 Laughs⬙), CBS, 2000. Himself, Life and Death and Damien Hirst (documentary; also known as Life, Death, and Damien), Channel 4, 2000. Himself, Comedy Central Presents: The N.Y. Friars Club Roast of Chevy Chase, Comedy Central, 2002. Himself, The Rutles 2: Can’t Buy Me Lunch, NBC, 2002. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Himself, Saturday Night Live Christmas 2002, NBC, 2002. (Uncredited) Himself, Smothered: The Censorship Struggles of the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, Bravo, 2002. Himself and various characters, Gilda Radner’s Greatest Moments, ABC, 2002. (In archive footage in a photograph) Himself, 50 Greatest TV Animals, Animal Planet, 2003. Himself, 100 Years of Hope and Humor, NBC, 2003. Himself, ⬙Bill Irwin: Clown Prince,⬙ Great Performances, PBS, 2004. (In archive footage) Himself, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Tom Hanks, NBC, 2004. Himself, Earth to America! (also known as Earth to America), TBS, 2005. Himself, Live from New York: The First Five Years of Saturday Night Live (also known as SNL: The First Five Years), NBC, 2005. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Himself, Saturday Night Live: The Best of David Spade, NBC, 2005. Narrator, Edward Hopper (short documentary related to an exhibition on Hopper at the National Gallery of Art), PBS, 2007. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Himself, All the Best from Denis Norden, Independent Television, 2007. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Himself, Saturday Night Live in the ’90s: Pop Culture Nation, NBC, 2007.

(In archive footage) Himself, The Muppets: A Celebration of 30 Years, CBS, 1986. Texas 150: A Celebration Special, ABC, 1986. The Barbara Walters Special (also known as Barbara Walters: Interviews of a Lifetime, Barbara Walters Special, and The Barbara Walters Summer Special), ABC, 1987. Himself, The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour: The 20th Reunion (also known as The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour: The 20th Reunion Show), CBS, 1988. Himself, Saturday Night Live 15th Anniversary, NBC, 1989. Host and narrator, Twenty Years of Monty Python (Parrot Sketch Not Included) (also known as Parrot Sketch Not Included: Twenty Years of Monty Python), Showtime, 1990. Himself, Life of Python (also known as Life of Python: Monty Python 20th Anniversary Omnibus), BBC and Showtime, 1990. Himself and the Great Flydini, Learned Pigs and Fireproof Women, CBS, 1990. Himself, The Dream Is Alive: The 20th Anniversary Celebration of Walt Disney World (also known as Walt Disney World’s 20th Anniversary Celebration), CBS, 1991. Welcome Home, America! A USO Salute to America’s Sons and Daughters, ABC, 1991. Fox/MTV Guide to Summer ’92, Fox and MTV, 1992. (In archive footage) Himself, The Carol Burnett Show: A Reunion, CBS, 1993. Himself, Paul Simon: Born at the Right Time, PBS, 1993. (In archive footage) Himself, ⬙The World of Jim Henson,⬙ Great Performances, PBS, 1994. Himself, Comic Relief VI, HBO, 1994. (In archive footage) Himself, 50 Years of Funny Females (also known as Fifty Years of Funny Females), ABC, 1995. (In archive footage) Himself, Television’s Greatest Performances I, ABC, 1995. (In archive footage) Himself, Classic Stand–Up Comedy of Television, NBC, 1996. Steven Allen’s 75th Birthday Celebration, PBS, 1997. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Himself, The Bad Boys of Saturday Night Live (also known as Saturday Night Live: Bad Boys), NBC, 1998. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Himself, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Phil Hartman, NBC, 1998. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Various characters, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Chris Farley, NBC, 1998. The Late Show with David Letterman Fifth Anniversary Show (also known as The Late Show with David Letterman Fifth Anniversary Special), CBS, 1998. Himself, From Spam to Sperm, BBC, 1999. (In archive footage) Himself, Saturday Night Live Christmas, NBC, 1999.

Appeared in other programs and in footage that has appeared in other programs. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 30th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, CBS, 1978. The 20th Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 1978. 166

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MARTIN Honoree, Steve Martin: An American Cinematheque Tribute, American Movie Classics, 2005. Presenter, On Stage at the Kennedy Center: The Mark Twain Prize Celebrating Lorne Michaels, PBS, 2005. (In archive footage) The Comedians’ Comedian, Channel 4, 2005. The WIN Awards, PAX TV, 2005. (Uncredited) The 78th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2006. Honoree, The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (also known as The Kennedy Center Honors and The 30th Annual Kennedy Center Honors), CBS, 2007. Presenter, The 60th Primetime Emmy Awards, ABC, 2008. Presenter, The 81st Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2009. Cohost, The 82nd Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2010.

Presenter, The 51st Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1979. The 21st Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 1979. Presenter, The 53rd Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1981. The American Film Institute Salute to Frank Capra (also known as The AFI Salute to Frank Capra), CBS, 1982. Presenter, The 57th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1985. The American Film Institute Salute to Gene Kelly (also known as The Best of Gene Kelly), CBS, 1985. The 16th Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award: A Salute to Jack Lemmon (also known as The American Film Institute Salute to Jack Lemmon), CBS, 1988. The 60th Annual Academy Awards (also known as The 60th Annual Academy Awards Presentation), ABC, 1988. Presenter, The 43rd Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1989. Presenter, The 62nd Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1990. The Fifth Annual American Comedy Awards, ABC, 1991. The 17th Annual People’s Choice Awards (also known as The People’s Choice Awards), CBS, 1991. The 18th Annual People’s Choice Awards (also known as The People’s Choice Awards), CBS, 1992. Presenter, The 48th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1994. Presenter, The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, CBS, 1995. Presenter, The 67th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1995. The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (also known as The Kennedy Center Honors), CBS, 1995, 2002. Presenter, The 69th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1997. The 12th Annual American Comedy Awards, Fox, 1998. Presenter, The 71st Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1999. 14th Annual TV Academy Hall of Fame (also known as The Television Academy Hall of Fame), UPN, 1999. The 14th Annual American Comedy Awards, Fox, 2000. Host, The 73rd Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2001. The British Comedy Awards 2001, Independent Television, 2001. Mark Twain Prize: Celebrating the Humor of Carl Reiner, PBS, 2001. AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Tom Hanks, USA Network, 2002. Host, The 75th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2003. E! Entertainer of the Year 2003, E! Entertainment Television, 2003. Honoree, The Mark Twain Prize: Steve Martin (also known as The Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize Celebrating Steve Martin), PBS, 2005.

Television Appearances; Episodic: (Sometimes uncredited) Contestant, The Dating Game (also known as The New Dating Game), ABC, 1966, 1968. The Pieman, ⬙Simple Simon,⬙ Off to See the Wizard, ABC, 1967. The Steve Allen Comedy Hour, CBS, 1967. The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (also known as The Summer Brothers Smothers Show), CBS, 1968, 1969. Himself, substitute host, and characters such as the Great Flydini, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (also known as The Best of Carson), NBC, several episodes, 1972–92. Rock Concert (also known as Don Kirshner’s ⬙Rock Concert⬙), syndicated, 1974. Hollywood Squares (also known as The Hollywood Squares), 1975, multiple episodes in 1977. Brian Bogert, ⬙My Son, the Father,⬙ Doc, CBS, 1976. Himself and various characters, Saturday Night Live (also known as The Albert Brooks Show, The Best of Saturday Night Live, NBC’s ⬙Saturday Night,⬙ Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live ’80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, multiple episodes, beginning 1976. Panelist, The Gong Show, 1976. The Muppet Show, syndicated, 1977. Various characters, The Carol Burnett Show (also known as Carol Burnett and Friends), CBS, 1978. Rusty DeClure (the choreographer), ⬙Meg’s Lucky Night/Making Faces/Skin the Duck,⬙ The Tracey Ullman Show, Fox, 1987. (In archive footage) Insolent waiter, Entertainment Tonight (also known as Entertainment This Week, E.T., ET Weekend, and This Week in Entertainment), syndicated, 1990. Showbiz Today, Cable News Network, multiple episodes in 1990, 1996. 167

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 (Uncredited; in archive footage) Himself, ⬙Plattenladen,⬙ Bully & Rick, ProSiebenSat.1, 2004. Himself, ⬙Cheaper by the Dozen 2,⬙ The Matt Davidson Show, 2005. (In archive footage) Himself, Magacine, Canal+Espana, 2005. Himself, ⬙The Films of Nora Ephron,⬙ The Directors (also known as The Directors: Nora Ephron), Encore, c. 2005. Himself, ⬙The Pink Panther! (Part 1),⬙ The Matt Davidson Show, 2006. Himself, ⬙Steve Martin,⬙ Biography (also known as A&E Biography: Steve Martin), Arts and Entertainment, 2006. Title role, ⬙Gavin Volure,⬙ 30 Rock (also known as Rockefeller Plaza and Untitled Tina Fey Project), NBC, 2008. (In archive footage) Himself, The O’Reilly Factor, Fox News Channel, 2008. Himself, ⬙The Pink Panther 2,⬙ Making of ѧ, 2009. Himself, ⬙Slip on a Banana Peel: The Knockabouts,⬙ Make ’Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America (documentary; also known as Make ’Em Laugh), PBS, 2009. Himself, ⬙Sock It to Me? Satire and Parody,⬙ Make ’Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America (documentary; also known as Make ’Em Laugh), PBS, 2009. Himself, ⬙Would Ya Hit a Guy with Glasses?: Nerds, Jerks & Oddballs,⬙ Make ’Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America (documentary; also known as Make ’Em Laugh), PBS, 2009. Himself (banjo player), ⬙Finale⬙ (also known as ⬙And the Winner Is ѧ ⬙), American Idol (also known as American Idol: The Search for a Superstar, American Idol 2, American Idol 3, and American Idol 4), Fox, 2009. Cinema tres (also known as Informatiu cinema), Televisio de Catalunya, 2009. The Culture Show, BBC, 2009. Dias de cine, Television Espanola, 2009. The Insider, syndicated, 2009.

Narrator, ⬙Tugford Wanted to Be Bad,⬙ Shelley Duvall’s ⬙Bedtime Stories⬙ (animated; also known as Bedtime Stories), Showtime, 1992. (In archive footage) Himself, Funny Business (documentary; also known as Funny Business: Visual Comedy—A Lecture by Rowan Atkinson, MSc (Oxon), Laughing Matters, and Visual Comedy), BBC, 1992. Himself, ⬙Carl Reiner: Still Laughing,⬙ Biography (also known as A&E Biography: Carl Reiner), Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Himself, ⬙The Actor’s Cut,⬙ The Works, BBC, 1996. Himself, ⬙Nichols and May: Take Two⬙ (also known as ⬙Take Two: Mike Nichols and Elaine May⬙), American Masters, PBS, 1996. Voice of Ray Patterson, ⬙Trash of the Titans,⬙ The Simpsons (animated), Fox, 1998. Himself, ⬙Bowfinger,⬙ Comedy Central Canned Ham (also known as Canned Ham, Canned Ham: Bowfinger, and Reel Comedy), Comedy Central, 1999. Himself, ⬙The Films of Arthur Hiller,⬙ The Directors (also known as The Directors: Arthur Hiller), Encore, 1999. (In archive footage) Himself, ⬙The Source: The Story of the Beats and the Beat Generation⬙ (also known as ⬙The Source⬙), American Masters, PBS, 1999. Himself, ⬙Steve Martin Seriously Funny,⬙ Omnibus, BBC, 1999. Himself, ⬙Identity,⬙ Art in the Twenty–First Century (also known as Art:21), PBS, 2001. Himself, Intimate Portrait: Diane Keaton (also known as ⬙Diane Keaton,⬙ Intimate Portrait), Lifetime, 2001. 60 Minutes, CBS, broadcast as TV Land Legends: The 60 Minutes Interviews: Steve Martin (also known as TV Land Legends: The 60 Minutes Interviews), TV Land, 2002. Himself, ⬙Bringing down the House,⬙ Comedy Central Canned Ham (also known as Canned Ham, Canned Ham: Bringing down the House, and Reel Comedy), Comedy Central, 2003. Himself, ⬙Cold Creek Manor; Underworld; Cheaper by the Dozen; Elf,⬙ Coming Attractions, E! Entertainment Television, 2003. Himself, ⬙Gladiator Radio,⬙ Player$ (also known as Players), TechTV, 2003. Himself, ⬙Looney Tunes: Back in Action,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2003. Himself, ⬙Scary Movie 3; Honey; Big Fish; Looney Tunes: Back in Action,⬙ Coming Attractions, E! Entertainment Television, 2003. Himself, Extra (also known as Extra: The Entertainment Magazine), syndicated, 2003. Himself, Entertainment Tonight (also known as Entertainment This Week, E.T., ET Weekend, and This Week in Entertainment), syndicated, multiple episodes, beginning 2003. Himself, ⬙The Films of David Mamet,⬙ The Directors (also known as The Directors: David Mamet), Encore, 2004.

Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: The Steve Allen Show, syndicated, 1969. The Virginia Graham Show, syndicated, c. 1970. Cher, CBS, multiple episodes in 1975, 1976. Dinah! (also known as Dinah and Dinah and Friends), syndicated, 1975, 1977. The Mike Douglas Show, syndicated, 1977. The Big Show, NBC, 1980. The New Show, NBC, multiple episodes, 1984. Late Night with David Letterman, NBC, multiple episodes in 1984, 1987, 1991. The Last Resort with Jonathan Ross (also known as The Last Resort), Channel 4, 1987. ⬙Steve Martin,⬙ The South Bank Show, London Weekend Television, 1991. The Oprah Winfrey Show (also known as Oprah and Oprah Winfrey Show), syndicated, 1991. 168

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MARTIN Himself, ⬙Bill Maher/Steve Martin,⬙ Primetime Glick, Comedy Central, 2001.

⬙The Steve Martin Show,⬙ The Martin Short Show, NBC, 1994. Himself, Late Show with David Letterman (also known as The Late Show, Late Show Backstage, and Letterman), CBS, multiple episodes, beginning c. 1995. The Rosie O’Donnell Show, syndicated, 1998, 1999. The Howard Stern Radio Show (highlights from Howard Stern; also known as Howard Stern), syndicated, 1999. The Martin Short Show, syndicated, multiple episodes in 1999. Ask Rita, syndicated, 2003. Good Morning America (also known as GMA and G.M.A.), ABC, 2003. Anderson Cooper 360 (also known as A.C.360), Cable News Network, multiple episodes in 2003, 2004, 2008. The View, ABC, 2003, 2005, 2007. Tinseltown TV (also known as Tinseltown.TV), International Channel, 2004. Corazon de ѧ, Television Espanola, 2005. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, 2005. Live with Regis and Kelly (also known as Live! with Regis and Kelly), syndicated, multiple episodes in 2005, 2008. ⬙Saturday Night Live,⬙ Conversations with Michael Eisner, CNBC, 2006. Paris derniere, 2006. Today (also known as NBC News Today and The Today Show), NBC, 2007. The Charlie Rose Show (also known as Charlie Rose), PBS, 2007. The Tim Russert Show (also known as Tim Russert), MSNBC, 2007. Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (also known as Ellen and The Ellen DeGeneres Show), syndicated, 2007, 2009. The Daily Show (also known as A Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Global Edition, Jon Stewart, Ha–Daily Show, and I satira tou Jon Stewart), Comedy Central, 2008. Later with Jools Holland (also known as A Little Later), BBC, 2009. Le grand journal de Canal+, Canal+, 2009. The Colbert Report, Comedy Central, 2009. The Early Show, CBS, 2009. Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, NBC, 2009. Tavis Smiley, PBS, 2009.

Television Executive Producer; Series: Twilight Theater (also known as Steve Martin’s ⬙Twilight Theater⬙), NBC, 1982. Domestic Life, CBS, 1984. George Burns Comedy Week, CBS, 1985. Leo & Liz in Beverly Hills, CBS, 1986. The Downer Channel, NBC, 2001. The Scholar (reality program), ABC, 2005. Television Creator; Series: George Burns Comedy Week, CBS, 1985. Leo & Liz in Beverly Hills, CBS, 1986. Television Executive Producer and Character Creator; Movies: The Jerk, Too (also known as C.A.S.H.), NBC, 1984. Television Executive Producer; Specials: The Winds of Whoopie (also known as Steve Martin’s ⬙The Winds of Whoopie⬙), NBC, 1983. Television Footage; Specials: Welcome Home, America! A USO Salute to America’s Sons and Daughters, ABC, 1991. Television Director; Episodic: ⬙The Couch,⬙ George Burns Comedy Week (served as the basis for the series Leo & Liz in Beverly Hills, CBS), CBS, 1985. ⬙The ⬘A’ List,⬙ Leo & Liz in Beverly Hills, CBS, 1986. Television Executive Producer; Episodic: ⬙Laser Cats 4–Ever!⬙ digital shorts, Saturday Night Live (also known as The Albert Brooks Show, The Best of Saturday Night Live, NBC’s ⬙Saturday Night,⬙ Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live ’80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, beginning 2009. Television Executive Producer; Pilots: The Downer Channel, NBC, 2001. Celebrity, HBO, c. 2002. Mr. and Mr. Nash (also known as ABC/Alan Cumming Gay Detective Project), ABC, 2004. The Perez Family, Fox, c. 2004. Mindy and Brenda, The WB, 2006.

Also appeared in other programs, including The Dick Cavett Show and The Merv Griffin Show. Some sources cite appearances in other programs.

Executive producer of How to Be a Man, Fox. Television Appearances; Pilots: (In archive footage) Lyle, Toonces, the Cat Who Could Drive a Car, NBC, 1992.

Stage Appearances: The Steve Martin Mull Show, c. 1970. 169

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Vladimir, Waiting for Godot, Lincoln Center, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater, New York City, 1989. Himself, Earth to America! (also known as Earth to America), Comedy Festival (formerly known as the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival), Las Vegas, NV, 2005, broadcast by TBS, 2005. Himself, A Conversation with Steve Martin: Questions & Answers, Global ComedyFest, Vancouver Civic Theatres, Orpheum, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2009.

Music Albums: The Steve Martin Brothers (album featuring comedy and music), Warner Bros., 1982. (With others) Little Shop of Horrors (soundtrack), Geffen, 1986. (As a banjo player) Earl Scruggs and various artists, Earl Scruggs and Friends, MCA Nashville, 2001. (And liner notes) The Crow: New Songs for the Five– String Banjo (includes ⬙The Crow⬙ and ⬙Daddy Played the Banjo⬙; also known as The Crow), 40 Share Productions/Rounder, 2009, deluxe limited edition released, 2009.

Appeared in the title role in The Great Flydini, Carnegie Hall, New York City. Appeared in other productions, including an appearance as Rudolph the Red–Nosed Reindeer. Toured nationally and internationally as a comedy act and as a banjo player. Interviewed Mike Nichols and Elaine May in a tribute at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival (later known as the Comedy Festival), Aspen, CO, 2000.

Performed material that has appeared in other recordings. Singles include ⬙Grandmother’s Song,⬙ 1977; (with the Toot Uncommons) ⬙King Tut,⬙ 1978; ⬙Cruel Shoes,⬙ 1979; and ⬙The Crow,⬙ 2009. Music Videos: Appeared in ⬙Cobwebs and Strange⬙/⬙Call Me Lightning⬙ by The Who, 1977; ⬙King Tut,⬙ 1978; ⬙In the Midnight Hour⬙ by B. B. King, c. 1984; ⬙Dentist!⬙ (from Little Shop of Horrors), 1986; ⬙Proof⬙ by Paul Simon, 1990; (as a banjo player) ⬙Foggy Mountain Breakdown⬙ by Earl Scruggs and Friends, 2001.

Stage Work: Producer, The Elephant Man, Royale Theatre, New York City, 2002. Worked on various productions, including work as a stagehand.

Video Appearances: Himself, Steve Martin Live! (also known as Steve Martin Live and Steve Martin Live! In ⬙Homage to Steve⬙ and The Absent–Minded Waiter), c. 1980. Himself, Muppet Video: Rowlf’s Rhapsodies with the Muppets (also known as Jim Henson’s ⬙Muppet Video: Rowlf’s Rhapsodies with the Muppets⬙), Playhouse Video, 1985. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Georg Festrunk, The Best of Dan Aykroyd, Warner Home Video, 1986. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Sir William ⬙Nobby⬙ Singin Stevins Smythe Kercy, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Mike Myers, c. 1998. (In archive footage) Navin R. Johnson, Learn How to Play ⬙Tonight You Belong to Me⬙ (short film), Universal Studios, 2005. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Himself, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Gilda Radner, Lions Gate Films, 2005. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Various characters, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Dan Aykroyd, Broadway Video, 2005. Himself, Cutting Edge Comedians of the ’60s and ’70s, Passport International Entertainment, 2007.

Radio Appearances; Episodic: Howard Stern (also known as The Howard Stern Radio Show and The Howard Stern Show), 1999. Fresh Air (also known as Fresh Air with Terry Gross), WHYY FM (National Public Radio [NPR] affiliate), 2003, 2008, 2009. A Prairie Home Companion (also known as A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor), National Public Radio (NPR), 2009. Internet Appearances: Title role (in animated form), Morto the Magician (animated short film), posted on Counting Down. com, http://POP.com, beginning 2001. Appeared as himself, Jessica’s Crush. RECORDINGS Comedy Albums: Let’s Get Small, Warner Bros., 1977. A Wild and Crazy Guy (featuring ⬙King Tut⬙), Warner Bros., 1978. Comedy Is Not Pretty, Warner Bros., 1979. The Steve Martin Brothers (album featuring comedy and music), Warner Bros., 1982.

Video Work: (With others) Segment director, Steve Martin Live! (also known as Steve Martin Live and Steve Martin Live! in ⬙Homage to Steve⬙ and The Absent–Minded Waiter), c. 1980. 170

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Audiobooks; Narrator of His Books: Shopgirl, Simon & Schuster Audio, 2000, audio version related to the film of the same name released by Simon & Schuster Audio, 2005. The Pleasure of My Company, Hyperion AudioBooks, 2003. Born Standing Up: A Comic’s Life, Simon & Schuster Audio, 2007.

Teleplays; Specials: (With others) The Funnier Side of Eastern Canada (also known as The Funnier Side of Eastern Canada with Steve Martin), 1974. (With others) John Denver’s ⬙Rocky Mountain Christmas⬙ (also known as Rocky Mountain Christmas), ABC, 1975. On Location: Steve Martin, HBO, 1976. (With others) Rolling Stone Magazine: The 10th Anniversary, CBS, 1977. Steve Martin: A Wild and Crazy Guy, NBC, 1978. (With others) All Commercials ѧ A Steve Martin Special, NBC, 1980. (With others) Steve Martin: Comedy Is Not Pretty, NBC, 1980. (With others) Steve Martin’s Best Show Ever, NBC, 1981. The Winds of Whoopie (also known as Steve Martin’s ⬙The Winds of Whoopie⬙), NBC, 1983. (With others) Saturday Night Live: The Best of Steve Martin, NBC, 1999.

WRITINGS Screenplays: The Absent–Minded Waiter (short film), Paramount, 1977. (With Carl Gottlieb and Michael Elias; and story with Gottlieb) The Jerk (also known as Easy Money), Universal, 1979. (With Carl Reiner and George Gipe) Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid (also known as Bogart Jr. and Dead Men Wear No Plaid), Universal, 1982. (With Reiner and Gipe) The Man with Two Brains (also known as Man with Two Brains), Warner Bros., 1983. (With Lorne Michaels and Randy Newman) Three Amigos! (also known as Three Amigos and The Three Caballeros), Orion, 1986. Roxanne (based on the play Cyrano de Bergerac, by Edmond Rostand), Columbia, 1987, published in L.A. Story and Roxanne: Two Screenplays, Grove Press, 1997. (And story) L.A. Story (also known as Los Angeles Story), TriStar, 1991, published in L.A. Story and Roxanne: Two Screenplays, Grove Press, 1997. A Simple Twist of Fate (based on the novel Silas Marner, by George Eliot; also known as Twist of Fate), Buena Vista, 1994. Bowfinger (also known as Big Movie and Bowfinger’s Big Thing), Universal, 1999. Shopgirl (based on his novella of the same title), Buena Vista, 2005, audio version released by Simon & Schuster Audio, 2005. (With Len Blum) The Pink Panther (based on a story by Blum and Michael Saltzman and characters created by Maurice Richlin and Blake Edwards; also known as The Birth of the Pink Panther and The Mask of the Pink Panther), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2006. (Story with Jeffrey Nachmanoff) Traitor (screenplay by Nachmanoff), Overture Films, 2008. (With Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber) The Pink Panther 2 (based on a story by Neustadter and Weber and characters created by Richlin and Edwards; also known as The Next Pink Panther, Pink Panther 2, and The Pink Panther Deux), Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer/Columbia, 2009.

Wrote material and music that has appeared in television programs, films, radio programs, stage productions, videos, and other productions. Teleplays; with Others; Awards Presentations: The 73rd Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2001. The 75th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2003. The 82nd Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2010. Teleplays; with Others; Episodic: The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (also known as The Summer Brothers Smothers Show), CBS, 1967–69. The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour, CBS, 1969–72. Pat Paulsen’s ⬙Half a Comedy Hour,⬙ ABC, 1970. The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour, CBS, 1971–73. The Ken Berry ⬙Wow⬙ Show (also known as Ken Berry’s ⬙Wow⬙), ABC, 1972. The Sonny and Cher Show, CBS, 1976. Saturday Night Live (also known as The Albert Brooks Show, The Best of Saturday Night Live, NBC’s ⬙Saturday Night,⬙ Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live ’80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, various segments, beginning 1976. Domestic Life, CBS, 1984. (Story) ⬙Home for Dinner,⬙ George Burns Comedy Week, CBS, 1985. Leo & Liz in Beverly Hills, CBS, 1986. The Downer Channel, NBC, 2001.

Wrote Picasso at the Lapin Agile (based on his play of the same name); wrote other screenplays, including Sylvia, Paramount; wrote the story for From Zero to Sixty.

Teleplays; with Others; Pilots: Van Dyke and Company (also known as Van Dyke & Company), NBC, 1975. 171

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Meteor Shower, Los Angeles production, 1997. ⬙3 a.m.⬙ (short monologue), Short Talks on the Universe (benefit productions), Eugene O’Neill Theatre, New York City, 2002. (Adaptor) The Underpants (adaptation of Die Hose, by Carl Sternheim), Classic Stage Company, East Thirteenth Street Theatre, New York City, 2002, other productions, including Bruka Theatre, Reno, NV, beginning 2005, and Portland Center Stage, Gerding Theater Studio, Portland, OR, 2007, published as The Underpants: A Play by Carl Sternheim, Hyperion, 2002. A Conversation with Steve Martin: Questions & Answers, Global ComedyFest, Vancouver Civic Theatres, Orpheum, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2009.

Wrote How to Be a Man, Fox. Television Music; Specials: Song ⬙Drop Thumb Medley,⬙ Steve Martin: Comedy Is Not Pretty, NBC, 1980. Writings for the Stage: (With Martin Mull) The Steve Martin Mull Show, 1970. Picasso at the Lapin Agile, produced by Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Studio Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1993–94, A.R.T. New Stages (festival), American Repertory Theater, Cambridge, MA, 1994, Westwood Playhouse (later known as the Geffen Playhouse), Los Angeles, beginning 1994, Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1995–96, Theatre on the Square, San Francisco, CA and Central Florida Civic Theatres, Orlando, FL, both 1998, Arden Theatre Company, F. Otto Haas Stage, Philadelphia, PA, 2001, and other productions, including Rubicon Theatre, Ventura, CA, 2008, and the Boiler Room Theatre, the Factory, Franklin, TN, 2009, reading of the play staged in Beverly Hills, CA, 1993, published in Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Other Plays, Grove Press, 1996. Wasp (one–act play; also known as WASP and WASPs), Marathon ’94, Series C, Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City, 1994, produced as part of WASPs and Other Plays, New York Shakespeare Festival, Joseph Papp Public Theater, Martinson Hall, New York City, 1995–96, published as Wasp: A Play in One Act, illustrated by Martin Mull, published by Victoria Dailey, 1996, published in Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Other Plays, Grove Press, 1996, published in WASP and Other Plays, Samuel French, 1998. Guillotine (sketch), produced as part of WASP and Other Plays, New York Shakespeare Festival, Joseph Papp Public Theater, Martinson Hall, 1995–96, published in WASP and Other Plays, Samuel French, 1998. Patter for the Floating Lady (one–act play), produced as part of WASP and Other Plays, New York Shakespeare Festival, Joseph Papp Public Theater, Martinson Hall, 1995–96, published in Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Other Plays, Grove Press, 1996, published in WASP and Other Plays, Samuel French, 1998. The Zig–Zag Woman (one–act play; also known as The Zigzag Woman), produced as part of WASP and Other Plays, New York Shakespeare Festival, Joseph Papp Public Theater, Martinson Hall, 1995–96, published in Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Other Plays, Grove Press, 1996, published in WASP and Other Plays, Samuel French, 1998.

Author of The Great Flydini, produced at Carnegie Hall, New York City; other writings for the stage include Romeo and Juliet at Antioch. Interviewed Mike Nichols and Elaine May in a tribute at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival (later known as the Comedy Festival), Aspen, CO, 2000. Author of comedy material that he performed at various venues. Writings for Videos: Steve Martin Live! (also known as Steve Martin Live and Steve Martin Live! in ⬙Homage to Steve⬙ and The Absent–Minded Waiter), c. 1980. (With others) Cutting Edge Comedians of the ’60s and ’70s, Passport International Entertainment, 2007. Wrote material that has appeared in videos, films, television programs, stage productions, and other productions. Video Music: Songs ⬙Grandmother’s Song,⬙ ⬙Knowledge Medley,⬙ (with others) ⬙Creativity in Action,⬙ and (with others) ⬙King Tut,⬙ Steve Martin Live! (also known as Steve Martin Live and Steve Martin Live! in ⬙Homage to Steve⬙ and The Absent–Minded Waiter), c. 1980. Writings for the Internet: Morto the Magician (animated short film), posted on Counting Down.com, http://POP.com, beginning 2001. Author of a blog at SteveMartin.com, http://www. stevemartin.com. Comedy Albums: Let’s Get Small, Warner Bros., 1977. A Wild and Crazy Guy (featuring ⬙King Tut⬙), Warner Bros., 1978. 172

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Comedy Is Not Pretty, Warner Bros., 1979. The Steve Martin Brothers (album featuring comedy and music), Warner Bros., 1982.

(Transcribed by Tony Trischka) The Crow: Book of Tablature: New Songs for the Five–String Banjo (instruction), Homespun, 2009.

Music Albums: The Steve Martin Brothers (album featuring comedy and music), Warner Bros., 1982. (And liner notes) The Crow: New Songs for the Five– String Banjo (includes ⬙The Crow⬙ and ⬙Daddy Played the Banjo⬙; also known as The Crow), 40 Share Productions/Rounder, 2009, deluxe limited edition released, 2009.

Writings for Children: The Alphabet from A to Y with the Bonus Letter Z, illustrated by Roz Chast, Flying Dolphin Press, 2007. OTHER SOURCES Books: Authors and Artists for Young Adults, Volume 53, Gale, 2003. Contemporary Literary Criticism, Volume 30, Gale, 1984. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 3: Actors and Actresses, 4th edition, St. James Press, 2000. Newsmakers 1992, issue cumulation, Gale, 1992. St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, St. James Press, 2000. Walker, Morris W., Steve Martin: The Magic Years, S.P.I. Books, 2001.

Wrote material that has appeared in other recordings. Singles include ⬙Grandmother’s Song,⬙ 1977; ⬙King Tut,⬙ 1978; ⬙Cruel Shoes,⬙ 1979; and ⬙The Crow,⬙ 2009. Songs; with Martin Mull: ⬙Men,⬙ appeared on Mull’s album I’m Everyone That I Have Ever Loved, ABC Records, 1977. ⬙Westward Ho!,⬙ appeared on Mull’s album Sex & Violins, ABC, 1978. Novellas: Shopgirl, Hyperion, 2000, audio version released by Simon & Schuster Audio, 2000, audio version related to the film of the same name released by Simon & Schuster Audio, 2005. The Pleasure of My Company, Hyperion, 2003, audio version released by Hyperion AudioBooks, 2003.

Periodicals: American Film, June, 1982; November, 1988, p. 18. Biography, March, 1999, pp. 16, 17; fall, 2005. Entertainment Weekly, February 22, 1991; September 25, 1998, p. 81; January 21, 2000, pp. 108–09. Film Comment, September/October, 1984. Films and Filming, December, 1985. Gallery, February, 2001, pp. 48–50. Interview, April, 1986, p. 294. Life, March, 1992. Los Angeles Times, December 27, 1984; February 14, 1991; April 7, 2001. Miami Herald, March 23, 2003. Newsday, December 21, 1994. Newsweek, April 3, 1978. New Yorker, June 2, 1983; November 29, 1993, p. 98. New York Times, June 19, 1987; September 18, 1988, p. S78; October 22, 1995; October 17, 2000; December 2, 2007. New York Times Magazine, May 31, 1992, p. 28. Parade, April 28, 1991; August 30, 1998, pp. 4–6; January 26, 2009, pp. 4–5. People Weekly, May 20, 2003. Photoplay, March, 1985. Playboy, September, 1978, pp. 169–71; January, 1980, pp. 79–115, 190, 243; April, 1991, pp. 128–30, 150; January, 1993, pp. 59–80, 92. Premiere, January, 1988, pp. 23–24; October, 2005, pp. 118–22, 142. Rolling Stone, September 2, 1999, pp. 88–95. Saturday Evening Post, November/December, 1989, p. 52. Time, August 24, 1987.

Humorous Sketches and Essays: Cruel Shoes (humorous sketches), Press of the Pegacycle Lady, 1977, revised and enlarged edition, Putnam, 1979. Pure Drivel (essays and sketches), Hyperion, 1998. Contributions to Periodicals: Contributed ⬙The Paparazzi of Plato⬙ (satire), New Yorker, September 22, 1997, p. 144; ⬙Daddy’s First Viagra⬙ (fiction), Playboy, January, 1999, pp. 186–87; ⬙A Few Words on the Passing of Dave Barry’s Column⬙ (commentary), Washington Post, January 2, 2005, p. W12; ⬙The Man in Front of the Curtain⬙ (tribute to Johnny Carson), New York Times, January 25, 2005; ⬙Being Funny⬙ (nonfiction), Smithsonian, February, 2008. Contributed short stories, essays, and satires to other periodicals, including George and Rolling Stone. Nonfiction: The Private Collection of Steve Martin (catalog for an exhibition of his art collection), Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, Las Vegas, NV, 2001. Born Standing Up: A Comic’s Life (autobiography), Scribner, 2007, audio version released by Simon & Schuster Audio, 2007. 173

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Time Out, October 21, 1987. USA Today, January 9, 2009, p. 1D. U.S. News and World Report, June 17, 1985. Variety, December 3, 2007, p. 6. Washington Post, June 19, 1987; October 6, 2000, p. C3; November 8, 2003, pp. C1, C4; October 23, 2005, pp. N1, N6; December 2, 2007, pp. M8, M9. Electronic: SteveMartin.com, http://www.stevemartin.com, August 6, 2009.

Member: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Radio and Television Artists, Actors’ Equity Association, Masquers, Theta Alpha Phi.

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Awards, Honors: Named Chicago college actor of the year, 1956; named post soldier of the month, Fort Benjamin Harrison, 1960; named one of the outstanding young men in America, 1963–64; Vince Lombardi Inspiration Appreciation Award, 1980; Emmy Award nomination, 1980, for Police Story; named humanitarian of the year, Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA), 1983; Emmy Award nomination, 1990, for Murder, She Wrote; Allen Ludden Humanitarian Award, Motion Picture Mothers, 2003; named man of the year, Blind Childrens Center, Los Angeles, 2003; named man of the year, Volunteers Assisting Cancer Stricken Families; named the honorary sheriff of Tarzana, CA.

PERSONAL Surname is pronounced ⬙May–sack⬙; full name, Ronald Alan Masak; born July 1, 1936, in Chicago, IL; son of Floyd Lewis (in sales and a musician) and Mildred Alice (a buyer and in management; maiden name, Rudy) Masak; cousin of Michael Gross (an actor) and Mary Gross (an actress); married Kay Frances Knebes, September 23, 1961; children: Tammy, Debbie, Kathryn (an actress), Michael (an actor; known as Mike Masak), Robert, Christine. Education: Chicago City Junior College and Chicago Teachers’ Center (consortium), A.A.; studied with H. Adrian Rehner at the Drama Guild; studied the classics. Religion: Roman Catholicism. Avocational Interests: Baseball, golf, tennis, skiing.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Andy Gardner, The Good Guys (also known as Two Good Guys), CBS, 1968–69. Charlie Wilson, Love Thy Neighbor, ABC, 1973. Voice of Meatballs, Meatballs and Spaghetti (animated), CBS, 1982–83. Himself, The Kid–a–Littles, c. 1983 (some sources cite c. 1987. Sheriff Mort Metzger, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985–96. Lieutenant Paul Briggs, The Law and Harry McGraw, CBS, 1987–88. Narrator, Dream Chasers (also known as The Dream Catcher and Ultimate Reality), Arts and Entertainment, beginning c. 2002.

Addresses: Agent—Kazarian/Spencer/Ruskin & Associates, 11969 Ventura Blvd., 3rd Floor, Box 7409, Studio City, CA 91604. Career: Actor and comedian. Candlelight Dinner Theatre, Summit, IL, resident actor, 1962–66. Comedian and impressionist, including impersonations of comedian Lou Costello. Appeared in several advertisements and infomercials; voice of the stork for Vlasic pickle commercials for fifteen years; representative for companies in promotional campaigns. Appeared in public service announcements. Host and master of ceremonies for several events, artists, and groups, including Alabama, Ed Ames, Diahann Carroll, Billy Crystal, Billy Davis, Dom DeLuise, Trini Lopez, Marilyn McCoo, Tony Orlando, Kenny Rogers, the Smothers Brothers, Rick Springfield, and Jonathan Winters. Cohost of The Hollywood Celebrity Shoot. Worked as a motivational speaker, a public speaker, and as a Special Olympics field announcer. Participated in various events, including parades and awards presentations. Affiliated with the So the World May Hear Awards Gala, Starkey Hearing Foundation. American Cancer Stricken Families, life member and chair; Muscular

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Schlermer, ⬙The Worst Best Man,⬙ Get Smart (also known as Superagent 86), NBC, 1968. Buck, ⬙Samantha’s Power Failure,⬙ Bewitched, ABC, 1969. MacWhorter, ⬙Jeannie and the Secret Weapon,⬙ I Dream of Jeannie, NBC, 1969. Charlie Burrows, ⬙Love and the Banned Book/Love and the First Nighters/Love and the King,⬙ Love, American Style, ABC, 1970. Clancey, ⬙Paul Revere Rides Again,⬙ Bewitched, ABC, 1970. Fingerprint expert, ⬙And the Walls Came Tumbling Down,⬙ The Young Lawyers, 1970. Frankie, ⬙I Think That I Shall Never See a Tree,⬙ Nanny and the Professor, ABC, 1970. Gabe, ⬙Change of a Lifetime,⬙ Arnie, CBS, 1970. Irving Bates, ⬙Just a Kid Again,⬙ Bewitched, ABC, 1970. Second police officer, ⬙The Salem Saga,⬙ Bewitched, ABC, 1970. Second police officer, ⬙Samantha’s Hot Bedwarmer,⬙ Bewitched, ABC, 1970. Bob, The Tim Conway Show, CBS, 1970. Ed Campbell, ⬙Nerves,⬙ Mission: Impossible (also known as Mission impossible), CBS, 1971. Ed Mims, ⬙Didn’t You Used to Be ѧ Wait ѧ Don’t Tell Me,⬙ Mary Tyler Moore (also known as The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Oh Mary), CBS, 1971. First police officer, ⬙Husbands, Wives, and Killers,⬙ McMillan & Wife (also known as McMillan), NBC, 1971. Michaels, ⬙Priest–Killer⬙ (also known as ⬙The Priest Killer⬙; served as the second pilot for the series Sarge), Ironside (also known as The Raymond Burr Show), NBC, 1971. Stan Krause, ⬙Men Who Care: Part 1,⬙ Marcus Welby, M.D. (also known as Robert Young, Family Doctor), ABC, 1971. Stan Krause, ⬙Men Who Care: Part 2,⬙ Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law, ABC, 1971. Barry Gates, ⬙The Sound of Murder,⬙ Mannix, CBS, 1972. Patrol officer, ⬙Love and the Amateur Night/Love and the Cheaters/Love and the Love Nest/Love and the Unbreakable Fiance,⬙ Love, American Style, ABC, 1972. Stan Krause, ⬙The Color of Respect,⬙ Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law, ABC, 1972. Vic, ⬙Through Shattering Glass,⬙ Longstreet, ABC, 1972. ⬙The Sound of Money Talking,⬙ Longstreet, ABC, 1972. The Sandy Duncan Show, CBS, 1972. Dimaggio, ⬙The Far Turn,⬙ Police Story, NBC, 1973. Mr. Posniak, ⬙Love and the Big Top/Love and The Odd Couples/Love and the Unwedding,⬙ Love, American Style, ABC, 1973. Ron (an anesthesiologist), ⬙No Margin for Error,⬙ Medical Center, CBS, 1973. Beauregard Jackson, ⬙Hurricane,⬙ Land of the Lost, NBC, 1974.

Heat of Anger (also known as Fitzgerald and Pride), CBS, 1971. Sam Bacon, McNaughton’s Daughter (also known as Try to Catch a Saint), NBC, 1976. Fred Ruggiero, In the Glitter Palace (also known as A Woman Accused), NBC, 1977. Joe, Pleasure Cove, NBC, 1979. Nick Riccardo, The Neighborhood (also known as Breslin’s Neighborhood), produced in 1979, broadcast by NBC, 1982. Dimaggio, Confessions of a Lady Cop (also known as The Other Side of Fear and Police Story: Confessions of a Lady Cop), NBC, 1980. Olympics announcer, The Kid from Nowhere, NBC, 1982. Television evangelist and Thermot’s interface, When Time Expires, The Movie Channel, 1997. Eddie Fenelle (a cab driver), Columbo: Ashes to Ashes, ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: Host in Los Angeles, Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon (also known as Jerry Lewis Telethon), eight times, c. 1980. Host, Sheriffs S.A.N.E. Telethon (also known as Sheriffs SANE Telethon), 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990. Voice, Snowden on Ice, CBS, 1997. Appeared in other programs, including serving as the cohost of Variety Club Telethon. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: American Hero Awards, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself and Elvis Presley impersonator, The Spade Cooley Show (also known as The Spade Cooley TV Show), KTTV (Los Angeles), 1959. Premiere episode, Police Station, syndicated, 1959. Harmonica man, ⬙The Purple Testament,⬙ The Twilight Zone (also known as Twilight Zone and The Twilight Zone: The Original Series), CBS, 1960. Sergeant Ford, ⬙Nightmare in Chicago⬙ (also known as ⬙Once upon a Savage Knight⬙ and ⬙Once upon a Savage Night⬙), Kraft Suspense Theatre (also known as Crisis and Suspense Theatre), NBC, 1964. ⬙Frocks of Trouble,⬙ Love on a Rooftop, ABC, 1966. Police officer, ⬙Oh Dad, Oh Dad,⬙ The Second Hundred Years, ABC, 1967. Count Dracula, ⬙The Monstrous Monkee Mash,⬙ The Monkees (also known as Monkees), NBC, 1968. Jim, ⬙Goober and the Telephone Girl,⬙ Mayberry R.F.D., CBS, 1968. Joe the ice cream man, ⬙Genie, Genie, Who’s Got the Genie?: Part 4,⬙ I Dream of Jeannie, NBC, 1968. Mike Sever (the Buffalo Buzzsaw), ⬙Where There’s a Will,⬙ The Flying Nun, ABC, 1968. 175

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Bob (a firefighter), ⬙Camera Bug,⬙ Emergency! (also known as Emergency One and Emergencia), NBC, 1974. Sloane, ⬙J. J. Becomes a Man: Part 2 (a.k.a. J. J. Is Arrested),⬙ Good Times, CBS, 1974. Stan Krause, ⬙The Double–Edged Razor,⬙ Marcus Welby, M.D. (also known as Robert Young, Family Doctor), ABC, 1974. ⬙Crunch on Spruce Street,⬙ Insight, syndicated, 1974. Himself, Match Game (also known as Match Game 74 and Match Game ’74), CBS, 1974. Lieutenant Vukovich, ⬙Little Boy Lost,⬙ Police Story, NBC, 1975. Lieutenant Vukovich, ⬙Vice, 24 Hours,⬙ Police Story, NBC, 1975. Melrose, ⬙Incident in the Kill Zone,⬙ Police Story, NBC, 1975. Officer Striker, ⬙Horse Thief,⬙ Barney Miller (also known as The Life and Times of Captain Barney Miller), ABC, 1975. Pincus, ⬙Sidewinder,⬙ Police Woman, NBC, 1975. Himself, Match Game (also known as Match Game 75 and Match Game ’75), CBS, 1975. Himself, Showoffs, ABC, multiple episodes in 1975. Himself, Tattletales (also known as TattleTales), CBS, 1975. Albert Woods, ⬙Fraternity of Thieves,⬙ Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1976. Buck, ⬙Good Neighbor Maxine,⬙ Good Heavens, ABC, 1976. Claude the clown, ⬙The Clown,⬙ This Is the Life (also known as The Fisher Family), syndicated, 1976. Officer Jerry Toppazini, ⬙Monster Manor,⬙ Police Story, NBC, 1976. Arnold, ⬙Welcome Home, Vince,⬙ The Feather and Father Gang, ABC, 1977. Gino Panelli, ⬙End of the Line,⬙ Police Story, NBC, 1977. Virgil Cheski, ⬙Forced Retirement,⬙ The Rockford Files (also known as Jim Rockford, Jim Rockford, Private Investigator, and Rockford), NBC, 1977. Himself, The Cross–Wits, syndicated, 1977. Chuck Onorato (some sources cite role as Dimaggio), ⬙No Margin for Error,⬙ Police Story, NBC, 1978. Duane Morrisey, ⬙Skateboard Whiz,⬙ Wonder Woman (also known as The New Adventures of Wonder Woman and The New Original Wonder Woman), CBS, 1978. J. W., ⬙The Eyes of Texas,⬙ Alice, CBS, 1978. ⬙The Two Million Dollar Stowaway,⬙ The Eddie Capra Mysteries, NBC, 1978. Ed Shannon, ⬙The Death Challenge,⬙ Quincy, M.E. (also known as Quincy), NBC, 1979. Fred, ⬙Express to Terror,⬙ Supertrain, NBC, 1979. Chuck Murray, ⬙Friday’s Child,⬙ Eischied (also known as Chief of Detectives), NBC, 1980. Himself (celebrity contestant), Password Plus, NBC, multiple episodes, 1980. Dick Wilcox (talk show host), ⬙Sugar and Spice,⬙ Quincy, M.E. (also known as Quincy), NBC, 1981. 176

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Claude Raintree, The Man from Clover Grove, American Cinema Releasing, 1974. Voice, Lucky Lady, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1975. Woman in the Rain (also known as A Hell Black Night), Boxoffice International Pictures, 1976. Host, Safety, Check Your Car (short film), 1977. Sheriff, Laserblast, The Irwin Yablans Company, 1978. Herbie Maddox, Harper Valley PTA, April Fools Productions, 1979. Himself, Ya Gotta Believe (motivational film), 1982. (Uncredited) Baseball announcer Mel Allen, Heart Like a Wheel (also known as Dragster), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1983. The Time of Your Life (instructional film; also known as Time Management), revised edition, The Cally Curtis Company, 1984. Himself, Reaching Your Golf Potential (multivolume instructional film; also known as Tom Kite Playing around with His Friends), Brentwood Home Video, 1988. Mr. Tomanski (Monica’s father), Listen to Me, Columbia, 1989. Vince Palermo, Cops n Roberts, 1995. Julian DiSanto, No Code of Conduct (also known as Cop War, Full Brunt, and The Last Child), Dimension Films, 1998. Spike Sills, The Thundering 8th, 1998. Samuel L. Clemens/Mark Twain, Mark Twain’s Greatest Adventure ⬙It’s a Matter of Time,⬙ 1999. Himself, The Making of Bret Michaels (documentary), Michaels Entertainment Group, 2002. Detective lieutenant J. D. Hill, The Stoneman, 2002, Terra Entertainment, 2005. Principal, The Benchwarmers, Columbia, 2006.

Appeared as Hawkins, Nancy, NBC; appeared in other programs, including The Delphi Bureau, ABC; and appeared as a guest star in other game shows, including Liars Club, syndicated. Appeared in ⬙The Grand Gesture,⬙ an episode of Gibbsville (also known as John O’Hara’s ⬙Gibbsville⬙ and The Turning Point of Jim Malloy), NBC. Television Appearances; Pilots: Vernon’s Volunteers, CBS, 1969. Michaels, Priest–Killer (second pilot for the series Sarge; also known as The Priest Killer), NBC, 1971, broadcast as an episode of Ironside (also known as The Raymond Burr Show), NBC, 1971. Mike Mitchell, ⬙P–I–L–O–T,⬙ The Bob Newhart Show, CBS, 1972. Here Comes the Judge (also known as Father on Trial), NBC, 1972. Chief Tom Rankin (the father), Jeremiah of Jacob’s Neck, CBS, c. 1976. Muldoon, The Banana Company, CBS, 1977. Warren Burdett, The Further Adventures of Wally Brown (also known as Wally Brown), NBC, c. 1979. Harve Nelson, The Aliens Are Coming (also known as Alien Force, The Aliens, and The New Invaders), NBC, 1980. Appeared as Mike Mitchell in the original pilot for The Bob Newhart Show, CBS. Host of the pilots Likely Suspects and Tune In.

Appeared in How to Control Your Time, Make It Happen, and Sure–Strike.

Television Appearances; Other: Himself, Hey Coach, 1975. Narrator, Adventures of Nicholas at Roaring Camp (animated and live action; also known as Adventures of Nicholas the Super Train—At Roaring Camp), 1996.

Film Producer: Associate producer, The Thundering 8th, 1998. Executive producer, Mark Twain’s Greatest Adventure ⬙It’s a Matter of Time,⬙ 1999.

Film Appearances: Chief petty officer Paul Zabrinczski, Ice Station Zebra, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1968. Ron, Second Effort (motivational film), 1968. (Uncredited) Paul Fleming, Daddy’s Gone A–Hunting (also known as Shock), Warner Bros., 1969. Sam (the bartender), A Time for Dying, c. 1969. Lieutenant Laurence Ruff, Tora! Tora! Tora! (also known as Tora, Tora, Tora and Tora! Tora! Tora!: The Attack on Pearl Harbor), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1970. First baseball fan, The Marriage of a Young Stockbroker, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1971. Pete, Evel Knievel, Fanfare Films, 1971.

Film Director: Ya Gotta Believe (motivational film), 1982. Stage Appearances: Shapiro, Stalag 17, Drama Guild, Chicago, IL, 1954. Alan, Enter Laughing, Candlelight Dinner Theatre, Summit, IL, between 1962 and 1966. Ensign Pulver, Mr. Roberts, Candlelight Dinner Theatre, between 1962 and 1966. Title role, Mr. Roberts, Candlelight Dinner Theatre, between 1962 and 1966. Mortimer Brewster, Arsenic and Old Lace, Candlelight Dinner Theatre, between 1962 and 1966. 177

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Sakini, The Teahouse of the August Moon, Candlelight Dinner Theatre, between 1962 and 1966. Sam, Photo Finish, Candlelight Dinner Theatre, between 1962 and 1966. Stanley Kowalski, A Streetcar Named Desire, Candlelight Dinner Theatre, between 1962 and 1966. Will Stockdale, No Time for Sergeants, Candlelight Dinner Theatre, between 1962 and 1966. Sam Belsky, My Catskills Summer (musical), Coral Springs Center for the Arts, Coral Springs, FL, 2007. Samuel L. Clemens/Mark Twain, At Home with Mark Twain (solo show), c. 2007.

Poetry: Poem ⬙Our Flag,⬙ A Symphony of Verse, National Library of Verse, 1998. Nonfiction: I’ve Met All My Heroes from A to Z, BearManor Media, 2009. OTHER SOURCES Electronic: Ron Masak.com, http://www.ronmasak.com, August 25, 2009.

Appeared in other productions, including an appearance as Marc Antony in a production of Julius Caesar; performed impersonations in View of Vegas.

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Major Tours: Rolling Along 1960 (also known as Rolling Along), U.S. Army, international cities, 1960. RECORDINGS

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Albums: Appeared in the recording At Home with Mark Twain, Nobles Entertainment Group.

PERSONAL

Video Games: Voice of veteran Holt, Medal of Honor: European Assault, Electronic Arts, 2005.

Born January 30, 1966 (some sources cite 1969), in NJ. Education: Boston College, graduated, 1988; Yale University, graduate study. Religion: Roman Catholicism. Addresses: Agent—The Gersh Agency, 41 Madison Ave., 33rd Floor, New York, NY 10010.

WRITINGS Screenplays; with Others: Additional dialogue, The Man from Clover Grove, American Cinema Releasing, 1974. Ya Gotta Believe (motivational film), 1982.

Career: Actor, director, and writer. My Mother’s Fleabag (improvisational comedy group), Boston, MA, founding member, 1980. Member: Screen Actors Guild, Directors Guild of America, Writers Guild of America.

Film Music: Song lyrics, The Man from Clover Grove, American Cinema Releasing, 1974.

Awards, Honors: Audience Award, Stockholm Film Festival, Grand Prize, Ourense Independent Film Festival, Audience Award, dramatic category, Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award, and nomination for Grand Jury Prize, dramatic category, all Sundance Film Festival, Special Jury Prize and special mention for SIGNIS Award, and nomination for Golden Seashell, all San Sebastian International Film Festival, Open Palm Award nomination, Gotham awards, Independent Feature Project, and Special Jury Award and nomination for Golden Star, both Marrakech International Film Festival, all 2003, Independent Spirit Award, best first

Writings for the Stage: At Home with Mark Twain (solo show), c. 2007. Contributed material for comedy acts and View of Vegas. Albums: Wrote material for the recording At Home with Mark Twain, Nobles Entertainment Group. 178

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screenplay, and John Cassavetes Award (with others), Independent Spirit awards, both Independent Features Project/West, Film Award, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Sierra Award, Las Vegas Film Critics Society, Writers Guild of America Award nomination, Golden Satellite Award nomination, International Press Academy, Chlotrudis Award nomination, and Online Film Critics Society Award nomination, all best original screenplay, Audience Award, Mexico City International Contemporary Film Festival, and Phoenix Film Critics Society Award nomination, breakout performance— behind the camera, all 2004, all for The Station Agent; Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture, 2006, for Good Night, and Good Luck.; San Diego Film Critics Society Award and Satellite Award, both best original screenplay, Grand Special Prize, Deauville Film Festival, Interfaith Award, Brisbane International Film Festival, Method Fest Award and Satellite Award nomination, both best director, and Gotham Award nomination (with others), best film, all 2008, Independent Spirit Award, best director, Writers Guild of America Award nomination, best original screenplay, and David di Donatello Award nomination, best foreign film, all 2009, all for The Visitor; Washington, DC, Area Film Critics Association Award nomination, best screenplay, original, 2009, and Annie Award nomination, writing in a feature production, International Animated Film Society, 2010, both with others, for Up.

Film Director; as Tom McCarthy: The Station Agent (also known as Station Agent), Miramax, 2003. The Visitor, Overture Films, 2007. Television Appearances; Series: Kevin Riley, Boston Public, Fox, 2000–2001. (As Tom McCarthy) Scott Templeton, The Wire (also known as A escuta, Drot, Langalla, Oi dioktes tou eglimatos, and Sur ecoute), HBO, 2008.

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Television Appearances; Movies: Tim Melville, Mary & Tim, CBS, 1996. (As Thomas Joseph McCarthy) Michael Butler, In My Sister’s Shadow, CBS, 1997.

Film Appearances: Chris Adams, Crossing the Bridge, Buena Vista, 1992. Rift, Phaedra Cinema, c. 1993. Helicopter spotter, Conspiracy Theory, Warner Bros., 1997. Brad Drazin, 30 Days, Arrow Releasing, 1999. Dr. Bob Banks, Meet the Parents, Universal, 2000. Lars, The Guru (also known as A Guru, Guru, The Guru of Sex, and Le gourou et les femmes), Universal, 2002. Pier, Year of the Dog, Paramount, 2007. Bob, Mammoth (also known as Mammut), IFC Films, 2009. Gordon, 2012 (also known as Farewell Atlantis), Columbia, 2009. Jeff Bauer, Duplicity (also known as Duplicity— Gemeinsame Geheimsache), Universal, 2009. Principal Caden, The Lovely Bones (also known as Lovely Bone), DreamWorks/Paramount, 2009. Trust, Millennium Films, c. 2011.

Television Appearances; Specials: Ian Bedloe, ⬙Saint Maybe⬙ (also known as ⬙Anne Tyler’s ⬘Saint Maybe’⬙), Hallmark Hall of Fame (also known as Hallmark Television Playhouse), CBS, 1998. Jim, Wanderlust, Independent Film Channel, 2006. (As Tom McCarthy) The Wire Odyssey, HBO, 2007. (As Tom McCarthy) The Wire: The Last Word, HBO, 2007. Himself, Roland Emmerich—Mein Leben, Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen, 2009.

Film Appearances; as Tom McCarthy: Mitch, Certain Guys, 1999. Agent Pike, The Last Shot (also known as Providence), Buena Vista, 2004.

Television Appearances; Episodic: (As Tom McCarthy) Priest, ⬙Bye, Bye Birdie,⬙ Spin City (also known as Spin), ABC, 1998. Joseph Scott, ⬙Truth,⬙ D.C., The WB, 2000.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 2004 IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards, Bravo and Independent Film Channel, 2004.

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(As Tom McCarthy) Nick Ganzer, ⬙Contact,⬙ Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: SVU and Special Victims Unit), NBC, 2000. Peter Hanks, ⬙Do You Wanna Dance?,⬙ Ally McBeal, Fox, 2000. Kevin Riley, ⬙The Day After,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 2001. Donald Housman, ⬙The Ring,⬙ Law & Order (also known as Law & Order Prime), NBC, 2002. Lambert, ⬙Bodies,⬙ Law & Order (also known as Law & Order Prime), NBC, 2003. (As Tom McCarthy) John Conlan, ⬙Darkness,⬙ Law & Order (also known as Law & Order Prime), NBC, 2008. (As Tom McCarthy) Himself, Cinema tres (also known as Informatiu cinema), Televisio de Catalunya, 2009. (As Tom McCarthy) Himself, Dias de cine, Television Espanola (TVE, Spain), 2009.

(Author of story; with others) Up (animated; also known as Helium), Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, 2009. Author of other screenplays, including Glory Days, Paramount; and (with others) Carry the One. Writings for the Stage: (With Trevor Frederic Anthony) The Killing Act (also known as The Killing Act, a Vaudevillian Tragedy), c. 1997. Created comedy material as a founding member of the improvisational comedy group My Mother’s Fleabag, productions in the Boston, MA area, beginning c. 1980.

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Television Director; Pilots: Game of Thrones (also known as A Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire), HBO, 2009.

PERSONAL Born November 16, 1966, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; son of David and Doreen McDermott; married Mary Jo Eustace (an actress and television and radio personality), July 24, 1993 (divorced, February, 2006); married Tori Spelling (an actress, producer, writer, and entrepreneur), May 7, 2006; children: (first marriage) Jack Montgomery, Lola; (second marriage) Liam Aaron, Stella Doreen. Avocational Interests: Hockey.

Stage Appearances: Horatio, School for Wives, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1994. Lucentio, The Taming of the Shrew, Center Stage, Baltimore, MD, 1996. Schuyler, Virgil Is Still the Frogboy, Bay Street Theatre, Sag Harbor, NY, 1996. The hustler, La Ronde, Williamstown Theatre Festival, The Other Stage, Williamstown, MA, 1997. Garry Lejeune, Noises Off, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 2001–2002.

Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; Characters Talent Agency, 8 Elm St., 2nd Floor, Toronto, Ontario M5G 1G7, Canada. Career: Actor. Appeared as Robert Fulton in The Paris Crew, part of Historica Minutes: History by the Minute (series of short films also known as Canadian Heritage Minutes). Appeared in advertisements. Affiliated with the bed and breakfast Chateau La Rue, Fallbrook, CA. Worked in construction and as a file clerk, food vendor, bartender, and bouncer. Appeared at various events, including benefits.

Also appeared in other productions, including Hamlet and Twelfth Night (also known as Twelfth Night, or What You Will). Founding member of the improvisational comedy group My Mother’s Fleabag, productions in the Boston, MA area, beginning c. 1980. Stage Director: The Killing Act (also known as The Killing Act, a Vaudevillian Tragedy), c. 1997.

Videos: Himself, Spotlight on Location: Meet the Parents (short documentary), Universal, 2001.

Awards, Honors: Gemini Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a featured supporting role in a dramatic program, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 1997, for Lives of Girls & Women; Gemini Award nomination (with others), best ensemble performance in a comedy program or series, 2005, for The Tournament.

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Screenplays; as Tom McCarthy: The Station Agent (also known as Station Agent), Miramax, 2003. The Visitor, Overture Films, 2007.

Television Appearances; Series: Voice of WarBlade, WildC.A.T.S. (animated; also known as Jim Lee’s ⬙Wild C.A.T.S.: Covert Action Teams⬙ and Wild C.A.T.S.), CBS, 1994–95.

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Craig Sheridan, Loves Music, Loves to Dance (also known as Mary Higgins Clark’s ⬙Loves Music, Loves to Dance⬙), PAX, 2001. Dr. Watson, WW3 (also known as Winds of Terror, World War III, and WWIII), Fox, 2001. Grant Blyth, Rough Air: Danger on Flight 534 (also known as Rough Sky, Die Sturmfront—Katastrophe ueber den Wolken, and Flug 534—Tod ueber den Wolken), 2001. Leasure, Deliberate Intent, FX Network, 2001. O’Brien, What Makes a Family, Lifetime, 2001. Peter Mensch, Hysteria: The Def Leppard Story, VH1, 2001. Ralph Kurek, Brian’s Song, broadcast as part of The Wonderful World of Disney, ABC, 2001. Ron McKinley, Stolen Miracle, Lifetime, 2001. Matthew, A Christmas Visitor, Hallmark Channel, 2002. Mark Emerson, Wall of Secrets (also known as Le mur des secrets), Lifetime, 2003. Max Luckett, Mind over Murder, Lifetime, 2006. Philip (Phil), Housesitter (also known as The House Sitter), Oxygen, 2007. Luke, Santa Baby 2 (also known as Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe), ABC Family, 2009. Michael, Always and Forever, Hallmark Channel, 2009.

Constable Renfield Turnbull, Due South (also known as Un tandem de choc), CTV and syndicated, 1997–98, CTV and TNT, 1998. Mark Simpson, Power Play, CTV and UPN, 1998–2000. Detective Vic Bruno, Tracker, syndicated, 2001–2002. Alan Coyle, 1–800–Missing (also known as Porte disparu and Missing), Lifetime, 2003–2004. Stan Ryckman, The Tournament, CBC, 2005. Himself, Tori & Dean: Inn Love (reality program; also known as Tori & Dean and Untitled Tori Spelling Project), Oxygen, 2007, known as Tori & Dean: Inn Love 2, Oxygen, 2007, known as Tori & Dean: Still Inn Love, Oxygen, 2008, and known as Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood, Oxygen, beginning 2008. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Constable Dutton, Conspiracy of Silence, CBC, 1991, CBS, 1992. Nick Ward, Exploring Ontario’s Provincial Parks, TVO, 1993. Clark, H2O (also known as H2O: The Last Prime Minister), CBC, 2004. Television Appearances; Movies: Rookies, broadcast as part of CBC’s ⬙Magic Hour⬙ (also known as C.B.C.’s ⬙Magic Hour⬙), CBC, 1990. Chris Ryan, High Country, broadcast as part of CBC’s ⬙Magic Hour⬙ (also known as C.B.C.’s ⬙Magic Hour⬙), CBC, 1991. Young Marty, The Reckoning (also known as Final Judgement and Final Judgment), 1991. Agent Alex, The Forget–Me–Not Murders (also known as Janek: Forget–Me–Not Murders and The Wallflower Murders), CBS, 1994. Garet French, Lives of Girls & Women, CBC, 1994. Young Destiny, Sodbusters, Showtime, 1994. Eric McDowell, Derby, ABC, 1995. Local boy, Bloodknot, Showtime, 1995. Johnny, Critical Choices, Showtime, 1996. Tim Moore, Ed McBain’s ⬙87th Precinct: Ice,⬙ NBC, 1996. Vasili, Jack Reed: Death and Vengeance, NBC, 1996. David Cone, Joe Torre: Curveballs along the Way, Showtime, 1997. Captain Allen, ⬙The Pencilholder⬙ segment, The Wall, Showtime, 1998. Detective Steve Nelson, Blood on Her Hands, ABC, 1998. Mark, Jr., Bone Daddy (also known as Palmer’s Bones and L’affaire Palmer), HBO, 1998. Young Harlan Wade, Evidence of Blood, The Movie Channel, 1998. Nick Brennan, To Love, Honor & Betray, CBS, 1999. Tommy Miller, Spenser: Small Vices (also known as Robert B. Parker’s ⬙Small Vices⬙ and Small Vices), Arts and Entertainment, 1999.

Some sources cite appearances in other projects. Television Appearances; Specials: Christmas in America: A Love Story (also known as Kenny Rogers’ ⬙Christmas in America⬙), NBC, c. 1989. Himself, InStyle: Celebrity Weddings, NBC, 2007. Host, Oxygen’s 25iest: Power Couples, Oxygen, 2008. Himself, Tori & Dean: Look How Far We’ve Come, Oxygen, 2009. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: A–List Awards, Bravo, 2009. Television Appearances; Episodic: Peter, ⬙Crippled Inside,⬙ Friday the 13th (also known as Friday’s Curse, Friday the 13th: The Series, The 13th Hour, Aaveita ja kummituksia, Erben des Fluchs, Kauhun kammio, L’entrepot du diable, Misterio para tres, Pentek 13, Perjantain kirous, and Vendredi 13), syndicated, 1989. Roger, ⬙The Video Connection,⬙ My Secret Identity (also known as Superkid), CTV and syndicated, 1989. ⬙Photon Blues,⬙ My Secret Identity (also known as Superkid), CTV and syndicated, 1989. Wasco, ⬙Steve Sessler,⬙ Top Cops, CBS, 1992. Harris Kepler, ⬙Believe the Children,⬙ Street Legal, CBC, 1993. Johnny, ⬙Clearcut,⬙ Counterstrike (also known as Auf eigene Faust, Contraataque, Contragolpe, and Force de frappe), CTV and USA Network, 1993. 181

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Tony, ⬙Feedback,⬙ Sweating Bullets (also known as Tropical Heat), CBS, 1993. Dr. Edward Peters, Birdland, ABC, 1994. Constable Renfield Turnbull, ⬙Bird in the Hand,⬙ Due South (also known as Due South: The Series and Direction: Sud), CTV and CBS, 1995. Laurier, ⬙The Man Who Knew Too Little,⬙ Due South (also known as Due South: The Series and Direction: Sud), CTV and CBS, 1995. Mackerin (some sources cite role as Matt), ⬙Welcome to the Callisto,⬙ Nancy Drew (also known as Alice et les Hardy Boys), syndicated, 1995. Constable Renfield Turnbull, ⬙All the Queen’s Horses,⬙ Due South (also known as Due South: The Series and Direction: Sud), CTV and CBS, 1996. Ray Carter, ⬙Vanishing Act,⬙ The Outer Limits (also known as The New Outer Limits), Showtime, Sci–Fi Channel, and syndicated, 1996. Sheriff, ⬙Storm Warning,⬙ Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1996. Ted Abbott, ⬙Reunion,⬙ F/X: The Series (also known as F/X, F/X: Efeitos mortais, F/X, effets speciaux, and F/X—murha tilauksesta), CTV and syndicated, 1997. Bubba Dean, ⬙Dr. Longball,⬙ Due South (also known as Un tandem de choc), CTV and syndicated, 1998. Sykes, ⬙New Regime,⬙ La Femme Nikita (also known as Nikita), USA Network, 1998. ⬙Change of Heart,⬙ Fast Track, Showtime, 1998. ⬙Real Time,⬙ Fast Track, Showtime, 1998. Colonel Liam Kincaid, ⬙Message in a Bottle,⬙ Earth: Final Conflict (also known as EFC, Gene Roddenberry’s ⬙Battleground Earth,⬙ Gene Roddenberry’s ⬙Earth: Final Conflict,⬙ Invasion planete Terre, and Mission Erde: Sie sind unter uns), syndicated, 1999. Voice of Phoenix, ⬙Cadmus and Europa,⬙ Mythic Warriors: Guardians of the Legend (animated), CBS, 1999. Albert Weaver, ⬙Even Steven,⬙ Twice in a Lifetime, CTV and PAX, 2000. Dash Palmerston, ⬙Treasure Island,⬙ Relic Hunter (also known as Relic Hunter—Die Schatzjaegerin and Sydney Fox l’aventuriere), syndicated, 2001. Park warden, ⬙What’s Eating Zack Greenburg?,⬙ The Zack Files, YTV, 2001. Lieutenant Brenton Michaels, ⬙Art of War,⬙ Earth: Final Conflict (also known as EFC, Gene Roddenberry’s ⬙Battleground Earth,⬙ Gene Roddenberry’s ⬙Earth: Final Conflict,⬙ Invasion planete Terre, and Mission Erde: Sie sind unter uns), syndicated, 2002. Lieutenant Brenton Michaels, ⬙Honor and Duty,⬙ Earth: Final Conflict (also known as EFC, Gene Roddenberry’s ⬙Battleground Earth,⬙ Gene Roddenberry’s ⬙Earth: Final Conflict,⬙ Invasion planete Terre, and Mission Erde: Sie sind unter uns), syndicated, 2002. Lieutenant Brenton Michaels, ⬙The Journey,⬙ Earth: Final Conflict (also known as EFC, Gene Roddenberry’s ⬙Battleground Earth,⬙ Gene Roddenberry’s ⬙Earth: Final Conflict,⬙ Invasion planete Terre, and Mission Erde: Sie sind unter uns), syndicated, 2002.

Appeared as Johnny Flynn, Secret Service, NBC. Appeared in other programs, including Jake and the Kid, CanWest Global Television; and Scales of Justice, CBC. Television Appearances; Pilots: John, ⬙Straight Line,⬙ T. and T. (also known as Mister T, T and T, and T. & T.), The Family Channel and syndicated, c. 1988. Detective Vic Bruno, Tracker, syndicated, 2001. Alan Coyle, 1–800–Missing (also known as Porte disparu and Missing), Lifetime, 2003. Detective Dan Riggins, Kojak, USA Network, 2005. Himself, Mr. and Mrs. Makeover, Oxygen, c. 2009. 182

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McDONALD Singles; with Tori Spelling: ⬙So in Love,⬙ 2008.

Television Creator and Executive Producer; with Tori Spelling; Series: Tori & Dean: Inn Love (reality program; also known as Tori & Dean and Untitled Tori Spelling Project), Oxygen, 2007, known as Tori & Dean: Inn Love 2, Oxygen, 2007, known as Tori & Dean: Still Inn Love, Oxygen, 2008, and known as Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood, Oxygen, beginning 2008.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, May 22, 2006, p. 120.

Television Executive Producer; with Others; Movies: Housesitter (also known as The House Sitter), Oxygen, 2007.

McDONALD, Kevin 1961– (Kevin Hamilton McDonald)

Worked on other projects. PERSONAL Television Executive Producer; with Others; Pilots: Mr. and Mrs. Makeover, Oxygen, c. 2009.

Full name, Kevin Hamilton McDonald; born May 16, 1961, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; son of Hamilton (a dental equipment salesperson) and Sheila McDonald; married Tiffany Lacey, 1993 (divorced, 1995). Education: Attended Humber College; studied at Second City workshops in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Film Appearances: Best boy, The Understudy: Graveyard Shift II (also known as Graveyard Shift II and Graveyard Shift 2: The Understudy), 1988. Young man at the bar, Stepping Out, Paramount, 1991. Major Pierce, Iron Eagle IV (also known as Aigle de fer IV), Trimark Entertainment, 1995. Sheriff Pritchard, A Cool, Dry Place (also known as Dance Real Slow), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998. Attendant at the station, Picture Claire (also known as Claire’s Hat), 2001. Detective Staynor, The Skulls III (also known as The Skulls 3), Universal Home Entertainment, 2003. Dr. Barlow, Open Range, Buena Vista, 2003. Alisdair Keith, Touch of Pink (also known as That Touch of Pink), Sony Pictures Classics, 2004. Pete Kallen, Against the Ropes (also known as The Jackie Kallen Story, The Promoter, and Die Promoterin), Paramount, 2004. Plumber, Kiss the Bride, Regent Releasing, 2007. John Henry James (Blaze), Saving God (also known as Saving God—Stand Up and Fight), Cloud Ten Pictures, 2008.

Addresses: Agent—Lee Dinstman, Agency for the Performing Arts, 405 South Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Ben Feigin, Anonymous Content, 3532 Hayden Ave., Culver City, CA 90232. Career: Actor, voice performer, comedian, writer, and director. The Kids in the Hall (comedy group), member of group, performer at various venues, and performer in tours. Affiliated with Accent–Kitd Productions, Ltd. While billed as Kevin Hamilton McDonald, provided the voice of Pleakley for Stitch’s Great Escape (also known as Stitch’s Great Escape!), a theme park attraction at Walt Disney World Resort, beginning c. 2004. Accidentally Cool (rock band), guitarist. Worked as an usher at a theatre. Awards, Honors: Gemini Awards, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, best performance in a variety or performing arts program or series, 1989, best writing in a comedy or variety program or series, 1989 and 1990, and best performance in a comedy program or series, 1993, Annual CableAce Award nomination, best actor in a comedy, National Cable Television Association, 1990, Gemini Award nominations, best performance in a comedy program or series (individual or ensemble), 1992, 1994, and 1996, and best writing in a comedy or variety program or series, 1995 and 1996, and Emmy Award nominations, outstanding individual achievement in writing in a variety or music program, 1993, 1994, and 1995, all with others, all for The Kids in the Hall; Gemini Award nomination (with others), best performance or host in a variety program or series, 2003, for The True Meaning of Christmas Specials.

RECORDINGS Singles and Music Videos; with Tori Spelling: Appeared in ⬙So in Love,⬙ 2008. WRITINGS Television Music; with Tori Spelling; Series: Song ⬙So in Love,⬙ Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood, Oxygen, beginning 2008. Teleplays; Author of Improvisational Material; with Others; Episodic: ⬙The Wedding Ringer,⬙ Head Case, Starz!, 2009. 183

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CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Member of the ensemble, The Kids in the Hall (also known as KITH and Kith), CBC, 1988–95, HBO, 1989–92, and CBS, 1992–95, also broadcast on Comedy Central, beginning 1991. Himself, Higgins Boys and Gruber, Comedy Channel, 1990. Member of the ensemble, The Martin Short Show, syndicated, 1999–2000. Pastor Dave, That ’70s Show (also known as Feelin’ Alright, The Kids Are Alright, Reeling in the Years, and Teenage Wasteland), Fox, 2000–2001. (As Kevin Hamilton McDonald) Voice of Almighty Tallest Purple and other characters, Invader ZIM (animated), Nickelodeon, 2001–2006. Voice of Pleakley, Lilo & Stitch: The Series (animated; also known as The Adventures of Lilo & Stitch), The Disney Channel, 2003–2006. Voice of Rusty Woodenwater, Zeroman (animated), TeleToon, 2004–2005. Voice of Waffle (a cat), Catscratch (animated), Nickelodeon, 2005–2007.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: (With The Kids in the Hall) The 10th Annual Canadian Comedy Festival, The Comedy Network, 2009. Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 1995, multiple episodes in 2002, 2003. Guest host, MAD TV (also known as Mad TV and MADtv), Fox, 1996. Chuck, ⬙All Ellen, All the Time,⬙ Ellen (also known as These Friends of Mine), ABC, 1997. (As Kevin Hamilton McDonald) Denim vest, ⬙The Strike,⬙ Seinfeld (also known as The Seinfeld Chronicles and Stand–Up), NBC, 1997. Guru Saj, ⬙The One with Ross’s Thing,⬙ Friends (also known as Across the Hall, Friends Like Us, Insomnia Cafe, and Six of One), NBC, 1997. (As Kevin Hamilton McDonald) Throwdini, ⬙Stupid Holiday Charity Talent Show,⬙ NewsRadio (also known as News Radio, The Station, Dias de radio, and Dies de radio), NBC, 1997. Voice of young clown, ⬙I Used to Be Funny/My Fair Dork/’Twas the Night,⬙ Johnny Bravo (animated), Cartoon Network, 1997. (As Kevin Hamilton McDonald) Chuck, ⬙When Ellen Talks, People Listen,⬙ Ellen (also known as These Friends of Mine), ABC, 1998. Heller, ⬙Drew and the Conspiracy,⬙ The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1998. Voice of Canadian father and Jorge, ⬙Meet Lance Sackless/Who’s Afraid of the Dark?/I. M. Weasel: I. R. Role Model,⬙ Cow and Chicken (animated), Cartoon Network, 1998. Voice of zookeeper, ⬙Lumberjacks’ Delight/Zooing Time,⬙ The Angry Beavers (animated), Nickelodeon, 1998. Himself (panelist), ⬙Best Album of the ’80s,⬙ The List, VH1, 2000. (With The Kids in the Hall) Sketch Pad, HBO, c. 2001. Young Teddy C, ⬙Teddy C,⬙ UC: Undercover (also known as Undercover), NBC, 2002. (As Kevin Hamilton McDonald) Monty McClure, ⬙Decks and Violence,⬙ Las Vegas (also known as Casino Eye), NBC, 2003. Officer Dector, ⬙Fear Finds the Falls,⬙ A Minute with Stan Hooper (also known as Stan Hooper), Fox, 2003. Voice of Walter Claphammer, ⬙Toy Scary Boo,⬙ What’s New, Scooby–Doo? (animated; also known as Scooby Doo), The WB, 2003. (With The Kids in the Hall) Late Show with David Letterman (also known as The Late Show, Late Show Backstage, and Letterman), CBS, 2003. Bob, ⬙Dead Aunt, Dead Aunt ѧ,⬙ Yes, Dear, CBS, 2004.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Himself, I Love the ’70s, VH1, 2003. Member of the ensemble, Death Comes to Town, CBC, 2010. Television Appearances; Animated Movies: Voice of Mel, The Santa Claus Brothers, The Disney Channel, 2001. Voice of parrot, Casper’s Scare School, Cartoon Network, 2006. Voice of Pleakley, Leroy & Stitch, The Disney Channel, 2006. Television Appearances; Specials: Host, Unbelievable: America’s Wildest Kids, UPN, 1998. Just for Laughs: Montreal Comedy Festival (also known as Just for Laughs and The Montreal International Comedy Festival), [Canada], 1999, with The Kids in the Hall, 2007. The Ghost of Christmas Specials Yet to Come, The True Meaning of Christmas Specials, CBC, 2002. (In archive footage) Uncensored Comedy: That’s Not Funny!, Trio, 2003. Himself, Comedy Gold, CBC, 2005. Host, Sketch with Kevin McDonald (also known as Sketch), CBC, 2006. Himself, Rise of the Geeks, E! Entertainment Television, 2006. (In archive footage) Himself, Less than Kind: Behind the Scenes, 2008. 184

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 Detective Streudler, ⬙Not without My Daughter,⬙ Arrested Development (also known as AD, Arrested development—Les nouveaux pauvres, Firma Ruffel & Baag, Firma Ruffel & Bygg, Sukuvika, and Ti presento i miei), Fox, 2004. Marvin Drey (title role), ⬙The Taxman,⬙ Corner Gas, CTV, 2004. (As Kevin Hamilton McDonald) Steve, ⬙Pressure Drop,⬙ Grounded for Life (also known as Freaky Finnertys, Familietrobbel, Keine Gnade fuer Dad, and Parents a tout prix), The WB, 2004. Voice of Julian Libris, ⬙The San Franpsycho,⬙ What’s New, Scooby–Doo? (animated; also known as Scooby Doo), The WB, 2004. Voice, ⬙Johnny Goes to Hollywood,⬙ Johnny Bravo (animated), Cartoon Network, 2004. Voice of Ivan, ⬙Sight for Sore Eyes/Bloo’s Brothers,⬙ Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends (animated), Cartoon Network, 2005. (Uncredited) Himself, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (also known as The Late Late Show), CBS, 2005. Voice of alien leader, ⬙Illegal Aliens,⬙ Minoriteam (animated), Cartoon Network, 2006. Voice of Waffle robot, ⬙Lifesavers/Mecha–Kitties,⬙ Catscratch (animated), Nickelodeon, 2006. Donny Daramajian, ⬙The Seminar,⬙ Carpoolers, ABC, 2007. Therapist, ⬙All the Rage,⬙ According to Jim (also known as The Dad, Immer wieder Jim, Jim hat immer recht, Jims vaerld, La vita secondo Jim, and Perheen kalleudet), ABC, 2007. Voice of Officer Achamare, ⬙Kuz–Cop/How Now Sea Cow?,⬙ The Emperor’s New School (animated; also known as The Emperor’s New Skool), The Disney Channel and ABC, 2007. Himself, eTalk Daily (also known as eTalk and e–Talk Daily), CTV, multiple episodes in 2007. Voice of the baker, ⬙The Handsome Panther/The Butcher, the Baker, and the Candlestick Maker,⬙ WordGirl (animated), PBS, 2008. Voice of a stuffy judge, ⬙Vocab Bee/Mr. Big’s Big Plan,⬙ WordGirl (animated), PBS, 2008. Walter, ⬙Insomnia,⬙ Less than Kind, CityTV, 2008. Walter, ⬙Pakikisama,⬙ Less than Kind, CityTV, 2008. Voice of Baxter, ⬙Doppelganger,⬙ Back at the Barnyard (animated; also known as Barnyard), Nickelodeon, 2009. Voice of Flaky, ⬙Cupig,⬙ Back at the Barnyard (animated; also known as Barnyard), Nickelodeon, 2009. Voice of Flaky, ⬙Happy Animal Fun Time,⬙ Back at the Barnyard (animated; also known as Barnyard), Nickelodeon, 2009.

McDONALD Clerks: Uncensored). Appeared in other programs, including Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, Cartoon Network. Some sources cite appearances in other programs. Television Appearances; Pilots: Various characters, The Kids in the Hall (also known as KITH and Kith), CBC and HBO, 1988. (In archive footage) Toonces, the Cat Who Could Drive a Car, NBC, 1992. Voice, Hairballs (animated), c. 2000. Sick in the Head, Fox, 2003. Gerald Coleman, What News?, TBS, c. 2006. Television Director; Episodic: Directed episodes of The Kids in the Hall (also known as KITH and Kith), CBC, HBO, and CBS, also broadcast on Comedy Central.

Film Appearances: Featured church follower, Saving Souls (short film), 1995. Travis Lindsey, Senior Trip (also known as National Lampoon’s ⬙Senior Trip,⬙ Senior School, and Le folle excursion de National Lampoon), New Line Cinema, 1995. Dr. Chris Cooper, Doreen, Chris’s father, and Lacey, Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (also known as Brain Candy, The Drug, Kids in the Hall: Le pilule du bonheur, and La pilule du bonheur), Paramount, 1996. Motel manager, The Wrong Guy, Buena Vista, 1997. (As Kevin Hamilton McDonald) Guppy Calzone, The Godson, Sterling Home Entertainment, 1998. (As Kevin Hamilton McDonald) Jack, Boy Meets Girl, 1998. (As Kevin Hamilton McDonald) Announcer, Galaxy Quest (also known as Captain Starshine, Earth Dick, and GalaxyQuest), DreamWorks, 1999. Fred, Dinner at Fred’s, PM Entertainment Group/ Imperial Entertainment, 1999. Postal worker, The Ladies Man (also known as Ladies Man and The Ladies’ Man), Paramount, 2000. Voice of Pleakley, Lilo & Stitch (animated), Buena Vista, 2002. Voice of Pleakley, Stitch! The Movie (animated; also known as Disney’s ⬙Stitch! The Movie⬙ and Stitch— Experiment 626), Buena Vista Home Video, 2003. Mr. Medulla, Sky High, Buena Vista, 2005. (As Kevin Hamilton McDonald) Voice of Agent Po, Thru the Moebius Strip (animated; also known as Through the Moebius Strip), Fantastic Films International, 2005. Voice of Pleakley, Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch (animated; also known as Lilo & Stitch 2), Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2005. First guard in the hall, Unaccompanied Minors (also known as Grounded and Grounded: Unaccompanied Minors), Warner Bros., 2006.

Provided the voice of Batman fan and pinheads, ⬙The Last Episode Ever⬙ (also known as ⬙Episode 6,⬙ ⬙Episode Six (a.k.a. The Last Episode Ever),⬙ ⬙Episode Ⲇ6: The Last Episode Ever,⬙ and ⬙The Last Episode Ever!⬙), Clerks (animated; also known as Clerks: The Cartoon and 185

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Harry Potter, Epic Movie (also known as Big Movie, Bob Bailey, and Fantastic Movie), Twentieth Century– Fox, 2007. Customer, Carfuckers (short film), 60Frames Entertainment, 2008. Himself, The Last Word (short film), 2008. Mr. Smalls, Year of the Carnivore, 2009.

WRITINGS Teleplays; with Others; Miniseries: Death Comes to Town, CBC, 2010. Teleplays; with Others; Specials: Just for Laughs: Montreal Comedy Festival (also known as Just for Laughs and The Montreal International Comedy Festival), [Canada], 1999, with The Kids in the Hall, 2007. (With others) CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival (also known as Winnipeg Comedy Festival), CBC, 2010.

Stage Appearances: Just for Laughs (also known as Just for Laughs: Montreal Comedy Festival and The Montreal International Comedy Festival), Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1999, with The Kids in the Hall, 2007. Hammy and the Kids (solo show), produced as part of Just for Laughs (also known as Just for Laughs: Montreal Comedy Festival and The Montreal International Comedy Festival), 2007, Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Gas Station Theatre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 2009. Himself (comedian), Winnipeg Comedy Festival (also known as CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival), Winnipeg, 2010.

Teleplays; with Others; Episodic: The Kids in the Hall (also known as KITH and Kith), CBC, 1988–95, HBO, 1989–92, and CBS, 1992–95, also broadcast on Comedy Central, beginning 1991. The Martin Short Show, syndicated, 1999–2000. (With The Kids in the Hall) Sketch Pad, HBO, c. 2001. (With The Kids in the Hall) Sketch, Late Show with David Letterman (also known as The Late Show, Late Show Backstage, and Letterman), CBS, episode in 2003. Carpoolers, ABC, 2007–2008.

With The Kids in the Hall, performed at various venues and in tours. Created and performed material for solo performances at various venues, including the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre.

Teleplays; with Others; Pilots: The Kids in the Hall (also known as KITH and Kith), CBC and HBO, 1988.

Internet Appearances: Himself, Tom Green Live! (episodic; also known as Tom Green Live and Tom Green’s House Tonight), 2006.

Screenplays: (With others) Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (also known as Brain Candy, The Drug, Kids in the Hall: Le pilule du bonheur, and La pilule du bonheur), Paramount, 1996. (With others) Carfuckers (short film), 60Frames Entertainment, 2008.

With The Kids in the Hall, affiliated with Comedy World. RECORDINGS Videos: Himself and member of the ensemble, Kids in the Hall: Same Guys, New Dresses (documentary), Eclectic DVD Distribution/Video Service Corporation, 2001. Member of the ensemble, Kids in the Hall: Tour of Duty, Razor & Tie Direct, 2002. Himself, The Story Room: The Making of ⬙Lilo & Stitch⬙ (documentary), 2005.

Wrote the screenplay Officer Bob (based on the novel Lord Jim, by Joseph Conrad). Writings for the Stage: (With others) Just for Laughs (also known as Just for Laughs: Montreal Comedy Festival and The Montreal International Comedy Festival), Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1999, with The Kids in the Hall, 2007. Hammy and the Kids (solo show), produced as part of Just for Laughs (also known as Just for Laughs: Montreal Comedy Festival and The Montreal International Comedy Festival), 2007, Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Gas Station Theatre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 2009. (With others) Winnipeg Comedy Festival (also known as CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival), Winnipeg, 2010.

Music Videos: Appeared in ⬙Heterosexual Man⬙ by The Odds, c. 1993; ⬙Roses⬙ by Outkast, 2004. Video Games: Voice of Pleakley, Stitch Experiment 626 (also known as Disney’s ⬙Stitch: Experiment 626⬙), Disney Interactive, 2002. 186

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McSHANE comic talent, San Francisco Chronicle, 1989; best actor award nomination, The Stage (Edinburgh, Scotland industry periodical), 2004, for Fatboy. CREDITS

Writings for the Internet: With The Kids in the Hall, affiliated with Comedy World.

Television Appearances; Series: (As Mike McShane; and in archive footage) Himself, Whose Line Is It Anyway? (also known as Whose Line? and WLIIA), Channel 4, 1988–95. Himself, S and M (also known as Slattery and McShane), Channel 4, beginning 1991. (As Micheal McShane) James Howard, The Big One, Channel 4, 1992. Voice of Marlon, Caractacus P. Doom, Barracuda Stink, TV Joe, and others, Avenger Penguins (animated), Independent Television, 1993–94. Narrator, Broadway Stories, Channel 4, beginning 1994. Lloyd Burwell, Brotherly Love, NBC, 1995–96. Voice of Twitch Williams and Gareb, Spawn (animated; also known as Spawn: The Animated Series, Spawn 2, Spawn 3: Ultimate Battle, and Todd McFarlane’s ⬙Spawn⬙), HBO, 1997–99. Voice of the Revolting Slob, Crashbox, HBO Family, beginning 1999. Voice of Wolf, Don’t Eat the Neighbours (also known as Big Teeth, Bad Breath), Independent Television, c. 2001–2002.

Writings for Videos; with Others: Kids in the Hall: Same Guys, New Dresses (documentary), Eclectic DVD Distribution/Video Service Corporation, 2001. Kids in the Hall: Tour of Duty, Razor & Tie Direct, 2002. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Maclean’s, April 1, 2002, p. 32. New York Times, July 30, 2007. Rolling Stone, May 19, 1988. TV Guide Canada, April 13, 1996, p. 22.

McSHANE, Michael 1955(?)– (Micheal McShane, Mike McShane)

Television Appearances; Movies: Harley, Crazy for a Kiss, BBC, 1995. Chris ⬙Q⬙ Todd, ⬙Tower of Terror,⬙ The Wonderful World of Disney, ABC, 1997.

PERSONAL Born June 25, 1955 (some sources cite 1957), in Boston, MA; raised in Roeland Park, KS; son of an army officer; married. Education: Attended San Joaquin Delta College and San Francisco State University, 1980; studied the classics and improvisational comedy.

Television Appearances; Specials: Himself, Robin Hood: The Myth, the Man, the Movie, CBS, 1991. (As Mike McShane) Hysteria III, BBC Four, 1991. Hal, Tales from Hollywood, BBC, 1992, also broadcast as part of American Playhouse, PBS, 1992. (As Mike McShane) Franklyn Heimer, ⬙A Summer Day’s Dream,⬙ Performance (also known as Performance: A Summer Day’s Dream), BBC, 1994. Payback!, NBC, c. 1998.

Addresses: Agent—Maureen Vincent, United Agents, 12–26 Lexington St., London W1F 0LE, England. Career: Actor, comedian, and voice artist. Member of the company, Berkeley Shakespeare Film Festival (some sources cite as Berkeley Shakespeare Film Festival), CA. Member of the improvisational groups Faultline, Pulp Playhouse (also known as True Fiction Magazine), and The Liquid Radio Players. Performer at clubs, including London Comedy Store, 1995. Member of The Antaeus Company (classical theatre company). Appeared in advertisements. Military service: U.S. Army, c. 1975–78.

Also appeared in other programs, including a special relating to the series Coronation Street. Television Appearances; Episodic: Fortune Dane, ABC, 1986. Himself, The Full Wax, Arts and Entertainment, multiple episodes in 1991. Bernard Matthews, ⬙Wild Turkey,⬙ The Comic Strip Presents, Channel 4, 1992.

Awards, Honors: Jules Irving Actors Award, San Francisco State University; Bay Area Critics Circle Award, 1986; Drama–Logue Award, 1987; citation for 187

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Himself, Wogan (also known as The Wogan Years), BBC, 1992. The All New Alexei Sayle Show, BBC, 1994. Hugo, ⬙The Match Game,⬙ ER (also known as Emergency Room), NBC, 1996. (As Micheal McShane) Franklin Delano Romanowsky (FDR), ⬙The Betrayal,⬙ Seinfeld (also known as The Seinfeld Chronicles and Stand–Up), NBC, 1997. Boo, ⬙Caroline and the Fright before Christmas,⬙ Caroline in the City (also known as Caroline), NBC, 1998. Frank, ⬙How to Bury a Millionaire,⬙ Frasier (also known as Dr. Frasier Crane), NBC, 1998. Franklin Delano Romanowsky (FDR), ⬙The Wizard,⬙ Seinfeld (also known as The Seinfeld Chronicles and Stand–Up), NBC, 1998. Jack, ⬙Come Again?,⬙ Seven Days (also known as 7 Days and Seven Days: The Series), UPN, 1998. Coach Logan, ⬙Norm’s Coach,⬙ Norm (also known as Norm Show and The Norm Show), ABC, 1999. ⬙Honey, I’m Not Just Clowning Around,⬙ Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show (also known as Disney’s ⬙Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show⬙ and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids), syndicated, 1999. Phil, ⬙Dick’ll Take Manhattan: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ 3rd Rock from the Sun (also known as Life as We Know It, 3rd Rock, and Third Rock from the Sun), NBC, 2000. Phil, ⬙InDickscretion,⬙ 3rd Rock from the Sun (also known as Life as We Know It, 3rd Rock, and Third Rock from the Sun), NBC, 2000. Ray, ⬙Drew’s Inheritance,⬙ The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 2000. Ray, ⬙Fetal Attraction,⬙ The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 2000. (As Micheal McShane) Various voices, ⬙The Clipshow wherein Dante and Randal Are Locked in the Freezer and Remember Some of the Great Moments in Their Lives⬙ (also known as ⬙Episode Ⲇ2⬙), Clerks (animated; also known as Clerks: The Cartoon and Clerks: Uncensored), ABC, 2000. (As Micheal McShane) Various voices, ⬙A Dissertation on the American Justice System by People Who Have Never Been inside a Courtroom, Let Alone Know Anything about the Law, but Have Seen Way Too Many Legal Thrillers⬙ (also known as ⬙Episode Ⲇ4⬙), Clerks (animated; also known as Clerks: The Cartoon and Clerks: Uncensored), ABC, 2000. Narrator, ⬙A Story from Taiwan: Aunt Tiger,⬙ Animated Tales of the World (animated), multiple countries and channels, including HBO and Channel 4, c. 2001. ⬙Tarzan and the Missing Link,⬙ The Legend of Tarzan (animated; also known as Disney’s ⬙The Legend of Tarzan⬙), UPN, 2001. Ohio attorney general, ⬙Life Sentence,⬙ The Court, ABC, 2002. (As Mike McShane) Professor Brinsley, ⬙Double First,⬙ Believe Nothing, Independent Television, 2002.

Appeared as a guest, Clive Anderson Talks Back, Channel 4; and appeared in Arena, BBC2. Appeared as Anton Dvorak, ⬙Prague, August 1917,⬙ an unaired episode of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, edited and combined with ⬙Barcelona, May 1917⬙ to create The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Espionage Escapes, Universal, 2007. Some sources cite appearances in other programs. Television Appearances; Pilots: Lloyd Burwell, Brotherly Love, NBC, 1995. Voice of title character, Thunder Pig (animated; also known as Thunderpig), Nickelodeon, c. 2000. Film Appearances: Recording engineer, Tucker: The Man and His Dream (also known as Tucker), Paramount, 1988. Voice of Charles for English version, Tenku no shiro Rapyuta (anime; also known as Castle in the Sky and Laputa: Castle in the Sky), originally released in Japan, Toei Japan, 1986, alternate versions also released, dubbed versions released, Streamline Pictures, 1989, and Walt Disney Company, 1999, released 2003. Angry driver, The Spirit of ’76, Columbia, 1990. (As Micheal McShane) Friar Tuck, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Warner Bros., 1991. Professor Keenbean, Rihie Rih (also known as Richie Rich), Warner Bros., 1994. 188

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Muff Potter, Tom and Huck (also known as The Adventures of Tom and Huck and Tom Sawyer), Buena Vista, 1995. Voice of Tuck and Roll, A Bug’s Life (animated; also known as Bugs and Bug’s Life), Buena Vista, 1998. (As Micheal McShane) Dr. Swanson, Office Space (also known as Cubiculos de la oficina), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1999. Harold Vilmes, Drop Dead Gorgeous (also known as Dairy Queens and Gnadenlos schoen), New Line Cinema, 1999. Jerry, The Gold Cup, 2000. Voice of Left Hand for English version, Vampaia hanta D (anime; also known as Vampire Hunter D, Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust, and Banpaia hanta D), Manga Films 2000, dubbed version released by Urban Vision Entertainment, 2001. Voice of Cid, Fainaru fantaji X (anime; also known as Final Fantasy X), Square Enix Company, 2001. (As Micheal McShane) Bruce, Big Trouble, Buena Vista, 2002. Rabirr, Evil Alien Conquerors, Nada Pictures, 2002. (As Micheal McShane) Voice of hands, Treasure Planet (animated), Buena Vista, 2002. Mr. Norway, The Battle of Shaker Heights, Miramax, 2003. Ken Clay, Memron, 2004. Mike, Death and Texas, Neofight Film, 2004. Voice of Assad, Kaena: The Prophecy (animated; also known as Axis, Kaena, and Kaena: La prophetie), Bac Films/Samuel Goldwyn Films, 2004. Voice of Hymo, Thru the Moebius Strip (animated; also known as Through the Moebius Strip), Fantastic Films International, 2005. Voice of Jim Bidderman, Holly Hobbie and Friends: Christmas Wishes (animated), Paramount, 2006. Voice of Rumpelstiltskin, Happily n’Ever After (animated; also known as Es war kleinmal im Maerchenland), Lionsgate, 2006. Anton Dvorak, The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Espionage Escapes (consists of ⬙Barcelona, May 1917⬙ and ⬙Prague, August 1917,⬙ both episodes of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles), Universal, 2007. Naked man, Careless, Image Entertainment, 2007. Voice of Jim Bidderman and station manager, Holly Hobbie and Friends: Secret Adventures (animated), American Greetings Corporation/Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2007.

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Stage Appearances; Major Tours: Chief Bromden, One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Centre Line Productions, British cities, 1999.

Fringe, Edinburgh, Scotland; and as a performer at clubs, including London Comedy Store, 1995. Created material as member of the improvisational groups Faultline and Pulp Playhouse (also known as True Fiction Magazine). Created material for improvisational shows with The Liquid Radio Players, ACME Comedy Theatre, Los Angeles and other venues in Los Angeles as well as locations in New York City and Chicago, IL, beginning 2000; while billed as Mike McShane, created improvisational material for Paul Merton’s Impro Chums, tour of cities in the United Kingdom, beginning 2008.

While billed as Mike McShane, toured with others as part of Paul Merton’s Impro Chums, cities in the United Kingdom, beginning 2008. RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of Marcus Eisenduller, Blade Runner, Virgin Interactive Entertainment, 1997. Voice of Tuck and Roll, A Bug’s Life, 1998. Voice of Baron Rakan, Emperor: Battle for Dune, Electronic Arts, 2001. Voice of Cid, Fainaru fantaji X (also known as FFX, Final Fantasy 10, Final Fantasy X, and Final Fantasy X International), 2001. Voice of Cid, Final Fantasy X–2 (also known as Final Fantasy X: Another Story and Fainaru fantajii X–2), Square Enix, 2003.

MEOLI, Christian (Christian J. Meoli, Christian Jon Meoli, Chris Voltaire) PERSONAL Full name cited variously as Christian Jon Meoli or Christian Voltaire Meoli; son of Sandra Meoli; married Beverly Leech (an actress and teacher); May 21, 1999; stepchildren: Kate Smeal (an actress). Education: Temple University, B.A., film, theater, and history, 1992.

Also provided voices for other video games. Audiobooks: (As Mike McShane) The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain, HarperCollins, 1994, Trafalgar Square Publishing, 2000. (As Mike McShane) Made in America by Bill Bryson, HarperCollins, 1995. (As Mike McShane) The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, Trafalgar Square Publishing, 1999. (As Mike McShane) Neither Here nor There: Travels in Europe by Bill Bryson (also known as Neither Here nor There), Corgi Audio, 2000. Edge of Battle by Dale Brown, HarperCollins, 2006.

Addresses: Agent—The McCabe Group, 8285 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046. Career: Actor, producer, director, and writer. Appeared in advertisements. Cabaret Voltaire, Los Angeles, founder and producer, beginning 2003. 2CC Gallery, Long Beach, CA, curator of the exhibition Dada Found Objects. Big C Foundation, founder and presenter of the annual charity performance event, The Big C. Organizer of flash mobs. International Academy of Film and Television, Venice, CA, marketing consultant, beginning 2009, and actor in grass roots marketing strategies, beginning 2009.

WRITINGS CREDITS Teleplays; with Others; Episodic: (As Mike McShane; and archive) Whose Line Is It Anyway? (also known as Whose Line? and WLIIA), Channel 4, 1988–95. S and M (also known as Slattery and McShane), Channel 4, beginning 1991. Writings for the Stage: (With others) Showstopper! (musical; also known as Showstopper! The Improvised Musical), King’s Head Theatre, London, 2008, 2009.

Stage Appearances: The Cradle Will Rock (musical), Blank Theatre Company, Off Ramp Theatre, Hollywood, CA, 1994. Chess (musical), Blank Theatre Company, Hudson Theatre, Los Angeles, 1995. Sky’s End (musical), Blank Theatre Company, 1996. Peter, Absolution, Court Theatre, Los Angeles, 1999. (As Chris Voltaire) Doctor, Octomom! The Musical (musical), Cabaret Voltaire, various venues, Los Angeles area, beginning 2009.

Created material for Mike McShane Live, Hackney Empire Theatre, London; material (with others) for Mike McShane with Sweeney and Steene, Edinburgh Festival

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Theatre Company, Philadelphia, PA; in Reefer Madness (musical), Los Angeles production; and in Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding, Baltimore Repertory Theatre, Baltimore, MD; appeared in the musicals Hello, Dolly! and Pippin, both Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Training Center, Loch Sheldrake, NY.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Pablo, ⬙Emily⬙ (also known as ⬙The Pink Pearl⬙), Beverly Hills 90210 (also known as Beverly Hills, Beverly Hills, 90210, Beverly Hills 90210 Classic, Class of Beverly Hills, and L.A. Beat), Fox, 1993. (Uncredited) Matt, ⬙The Christmas Show,⬙ Ellen (also known as These Friends of Mine), ABC, 1994. Dangerous felon, ⬙Quantum Wyatt,⬙ Weird Science (also known as Code Lisa, Ciencia loca, Lisa—Der helle Wahnsinn, Lisa ja pojat, and Una chica explosiva), USA Network, 1995. Luigi, ⬙Wild Cards,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 1995. (As Christian J. Meoli) Magini the magician, ⬙This Magic Moment,⬙ Cleghorne!, The WB, 1995. Carl, ⬙Turkey Day,⬙ Boy Meets World (also known as Cory si restul lumii, Crescere che fatica, Das Leben und ich, De wereld om de hoek, Du store verden!, Et gutteliv, Incorigible Cory, Isojen poikien leikit, O mundo e dos jovens, O rapaz e o mundo, and Yo y el mundo), ABC, 1996. (As Christian J. Meoli) Freddy (store manager), ⬙Fuel and Spark,⬙ L.A. Firefighters (also known as Fire Company 132, Alerte rouge, and Extreme urgence), Fox, 1996. Marcus Whittaker, ⬙The Paper Clock,⬙ The Pretender, NBC, 1996. Phil Farr, ⬙Girl Talk,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 1996. Van thief, ⬙Shocking Tales of Hollywood Gunplay!,⬙ The Naked Truth (also known as Wilde Again), NBC, 1996. Jimmy (some sources cite Cody), ⬙Give the Drummer Some,⬙ Hitz, UPN, 1997. (As Christian J. Meoli) Detective Jones, ⬙Shanghai Express,⬙ Martial Law (also known as Le flic de Shanghai, Ley marcial, and Piu forte ragazzi), CBS, 1998. (As Christian J. Meoli) Telegraph operator, ⬙A.O.L.: Abe on Line,⬙ The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer, UPN, 1998. (As Christian J. Meoli) Waiter, ⬙One Wedding and Val’s Funeral,⬙ V.I.P. (also known as V.I.P.—Die Bodyguards), syndicated, 1998. Charles Best, ⬙Target Practice,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 1999. (As Christian J. Meoli) Rolf Gaines, ⬙Livegirls.now⬙ (also known as ⬙live–girls.now⬙), Walker, Texas Ranger (also known as Walker), CBS, 1999. (As Christian J. Meoli) Angel Rivera, ⬙Fly Away,⬙ Cold Case (also known as Anexihniastes ypothesis, Caso abierto, Cold case—affaires classees, Cold Case— Kein Opfer ist je vergessen, Doegloett aktak, Kalla spaar, Todistettavasti syyllinen, and Victimes du passe), CBS, 2003. (As Christian J. Meoli) Carl, ⬙The Bus,⬙ Without a Trace (also known as Vanished and W.A.T.), CBS, 2003.

Stage Work: (As Christian Jon Meoli; with Jason Waters) Producer, The Dadaists, MET Theatre, Hollywood, CA, 2003. (As Chris Voltaire) Director and producer, Octomom! The Musical (musical), Cabaret Voltaire, various venues, Los Angeles area, beginning 2009. As Chris Voltaire, involved in the production of Balloon Boy! The Musical (musical), Cabaret Voltaire. Film Appearances: (As Christian J. Meoli) Federico Aranda, Alive (also known as Alive: The Miracle of the Andes), Buena Vista, 1993. (As Christian J. Meoli) Leonard, The Low Life, 1994, Cabin Fever Entertainment, 1996. Second homophobe, Nunzio’s Second Cousin (short film), Strand Releasing, 1994, edited and released as part of Boys Life 2, Strand Releasing, 1997. Mickey Jenks, Dogtown (also known as Howling at the Moon), 1997. Tobo, Bongwater (also known as Bong Water), First Look Pictures Releasing, 1998. (As Christian J. Meoli) Brian, Wanderlust, 2000. Looking for Jimmy, Accattone Distribution, 2002. (As Christian J. Meoli) Third American, Victim of Circumstance, 2009. Apperson, The Apocalypse ѧ according to Doris, 2010. Film Work: (As Christian Jon Meoli) Codirector and coproducer, Beats for Baghdad (concert documentary; also known as Beats for Baghdad: Live at the Cabaret Voltaire, L.A.), c. 2004. Talent coach, Victim of Circumstance, 2009. Television Appearances; Series: (As Christian J. Meoli) Boz Bishop, Nash Bridges (also known as Bridges), CBS, 1998–2001. Television Appearances; Movies: (As Christian J. Meoli) Julio, In This Corner, Showtime, 1994. Prancer, Persons Unknown, HBO, 1996. (As Christian J. Meoli) Aldo, Tuesdays with Morrie (also known as Oprah Winfrey Presents: ⬙Tuesdays with Morrie⬙), ABC, 1999. (As Christian J. Meoli) Spanish Johnny, The Song of the Lark, broadcast as part of Masterpiece Theatre (also 191

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(As Christian J. Meoli) Ben Pollack, ⬙The Gift,⬙ Joan of Arcadia, CBS, 2004. (As Christian J. Meoli) Seth Pale (occult store operator), ⬙Devil May Care,⬙ Crossing Jordan (also known as Untitled Tim Kring Project), NBC, 2004. (As Christian J. Meoli) Vinnie Pariser, ⬙The Fall of the House of Hayes,⬙ The Division (also known as Heart of the City), Lifetime, 2004. (As Christian J. Meoli) Dave Mooney, ⬙Automatic for the People,⬙ JAG (also known as JAG: Judge Advocate General), CBS, 2005. Semanko, ⬙There’s Only One Sydney Bristow,⬙ Alias, ABC, 2006. (As Christian J. Meoli) Ron, ⬙The Fallen Woman,⬙ Life, NBC, 2007. (As Christian J. Meoli) Janitor, ⬙The Path,⬙ Eli Stone, ABC, 2008. Jason, ⬙Stan by Me,⬙ In Plain Sight, USA Network, 2008. (As Christian J. Meoli) Monte dealer, ⬙Everybody Hates the Port Authority,⬙ Everybody Hates Chris (also known as Alle hassen Chris and Todo el mundo odia a Chris), The CW, 2008. (Uncredited) First thug, ⬙The Target,⬙ Dollhouse, Fox, 2009.

MILDER, Andy 1969– PERSONAL Full name, Andrew Milder; born August 16, 1969, in Omaha, NE; married Betty Lee. Education: University of California, Berkeley, graduated; studied drama at American Conservatory Theater, San Francisco, CA. Addresses: Agent—Stone Manners Talent and Literary Agency, 9911 West Pico Blvd., Suite 1400, Los Angeles, CA 90035; (voice work) Danis Panaro Nist, 9201 West Olympic Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager— Phoenix Organization, 1990 South Bundy Dr., Suite 630, Los Angeles, CA 90025. Career: Actor and voice artist. Appeared in several advertisements. Member: Screen Actors Guild.

Appeared as Arthur, C–16: FBI (also known as C–16), ABC.

Awards, Honors: Screen Actors Guild Award nominations (with others), outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series, 2007 and 2009, both for Weeds.

Television Appearances; Pilots: First thug, ⬙Ghost,⬙ Dollhouse, Fox, 2009.

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Television Work; Movies: Assistant, Sensation (also known as Burning Sensation and Sensations), HBO, 1994. Driver, The Hard Truth, HBO, 1994.

Film Appearances: Dressing room page in New York City, For the Boys, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1991. Copy person, I Love Trouble, Buena Vista, 1994. Warm–up man, I’ll Do Anything, Columbia, 1994. Guido White, Apollo 13 (also known as Apollo–13 and Apollo 13: The IMAX Experience), Universal, 1995. Voice of Barnabas, Scarecrow, Snicklefritz, and vendor, Toto Lost in New York (animated), Paramount/ Educational Film Exchanges, 1996. Voice of Scarecrow, Sr., The Nome Prince and the Magic Belt (animated), Paramount/Educational Film Exchanges, 1996. Voice of Tommy Qwickstep, Virtual Oz (animated), Paramount/Educational Film Exchanges, 1996. Voice of Ratso, The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue (animated), Hyperion Pictures/The Kushner–Locke Company, 1997, Walt Disney Home Video, 1999. NASA technician, Armageddon, Buena Vista, 1998. Voice of Ratso, The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars (animated; also known as Brave Little Toaster 2), Walt Disney Home Video, 1998. Pascal, Luck of the Draw, 2000. First executive, The Hollywood Sign (also known as Der Himmel von Hollywood), 2001.

Radio Appearances; Series: Host of Tea Time with Harold Lemon, Radio Pacifica (group of radio stations). Radio Work; Series: Producer of Tea Time with Harold Lemon, Radio Pacifica (group of radio stations). WRITINGS Writings for the Stage: (As Christian Jon Meoli) The Dadaists, MET Theatre, Hollywood, CA, 2003. (As Chris Voltaire) Book and lyrics, Octomom! The Musical (musical), Cabaret Voltaire, various venues, Los Angeles area, beginning 2009. Screenplays: Wrote the screenplay DADA. 192

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Conference attendee, Rumor Has It (also known as Otherwise Engaged, Rumor Has It ѧ, Rumour Has It ѧ, Untitled ⬙The Graduate⬙ Project, Untitled Jennifer Aniston Graduate Comedy, Untitled Rob Reiner Project, and Untitled Ted Griffin Project), Warner Bros., 2005. First FBI agent, Domino (also known as Domino—Live Fast, Die Young), New Line Cinema, 2005. Paramedic, Love for Rent (also known as Amor en alquiler), MiamiLA Entertainment, 2005. Research and development team leader, Transformers (also known as Prime Directive, The Transformers, Transformers: The IMAX Experience, and Transformers: The Movie 2), Paramount, 2007. Frank Gannon, Frost/Nixon (also known as Duel Frost/ Nixon and Frost/Nixon, l’heure de verite), Universal, 2008. George’s doctor, Seven Pounds, Columbia, 2008. Perry, Ashley’s Ashes, 2009. Rick Brumfield, Wiffler: The Red Whitfield Story, 2009. Bank officer, Minkow (also known as Barry Minkow), 2010. Television Appearances; Series: Marcus Carilli, Fame L.A., syndicated, 1997–98. Dean Hodes, Weeds, Showtime, 2005—. Voice of Lightning Lad and Garth Ranzz, Legion of Super Heroes (animated), The WB, 2006, The CW, 2006–2008. Also appeared in K.I.D.S., PBS. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Steve Bales (Guido), From the Earth to the Moon, HBO, 1998. Narrator, E’s ⬙101 Most Starlicious Makeovers⬙ (also known as E’s ⬙101,⬙ 101 Most ѧ, E! 101 Most Starlicious Makeovers, and 101 Most Starlicious Makeovers), E! Entertainment Television, 2004. Narrator, Ballroom Bootcamp, The Learning Channel, 2005. Television Appearances; Movies: Chambers, Project V.I.P.E.R. (also known as Project Viper), Sci–Fi Channel, 2002. (Uncredited) Journalist, Mrs. Harris, HBO, 2005. Television Appearances; Specials: Narrator, The Next Wave, E! Entertainment Television, 2004. Television Appearances; Episodic: Vet’s assistant, ⬙The Dreyfuss Affair,⬙ Empty Nest (also known as Harry’s Nest), NBC, 1991. Doctor’s assistant, ⬙Dr. Weston and Mr. Hyde,⬙ Empty Nest (also known as Harry’s Nest), NBC, 1992. 193

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Immigration lawyer, ⬙Trust, Lust and Must,⬙ Ugly Betty (also known as Betty in the USA, Betty the Ugly, Alles Betty!, Betty en los Estados Unidos, Cimlapsztori, Fula Betty, and Ruma Betty), ABC, 2006. Salesclerk, ⬙Thanks and Giving,⬙ 7th Heaven (also known as Seventh Heaven and 7th Heaven: Beginnings), The CW, 2006. Trent, ⬙Joey and the Critic,⬙ Joey, NBC, 2006. ⬙Little Sibling,⬙ Drake & Josh, Nickelodeon, 2006. Doug Adams, ⬙In Which Addison Finds the Magic,⬙ Private Practice, ABC, 2007. Doug Adams, ⬙Crime and Punishment,⬙ Private Practice, ABC, 2008. Awards show emcee, ⬙But Wait, There’s More,⬙ Trust Me (also known as Truth in Advertising), TNT, 2009. Voice of Flash, ⬙Trials of the Demon!,⬙ Batman: The Brave and the Bold (animated), Cartoon Network, 2009.

composer). Education: Studied music theory and composition at Wayne State University; studied with several people, including Don Costa, Gene Page, and Bill Potts. Addresses: Contact—Winogradsky/Sobel, 12650 Riverside Dr., Suite 200, Studio City, CA 91607. Career: Composer, conductor, orchestrator, music arranger, and musician. Worked as a guitarist and saxophone player and performed at various venues. Musician, musical director, and conductor for Paul Anka; arranger, mixer, engineer, and producer for various artists; musical director for the G8 Summit, Denver, CO, 1997. Military service: Performer in the NORAD Commanders, a band consisting of members of different branches of the American and Canadian armed forces, 1968–70.

RECORDINGS Member: SESAC, Inc. (performing rights organization). Video Games: Voice, Dr. Brain Thinking Games: Puzzle Madness (also known as Dr. Brain—The Ultimate Games for Your Brain: Puzzleopolis), Knowledge Adventure, 1988. Voice, Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2, Electronic Arts, 2000. Voice, Command & Conquer: Yuri’s Revenge (also known as Red Alert 2 Expansion Pack: Yuri’s Revenge), Electronic Arts, 2001. Voice of Lieutenant commander Brex, Star Trek: Bridge Commander, Activision, 2002. Voice of Ensign Chell, Star Trek: Elite Force II, Activision, 2003. Voice of Greenawait, second white Marine, Zook, and third Aussie, Men of Valor, 2015 Universal Games, 2004. Voice of Prince Sebastian LaCroix, Vampire: The Masquerade—Bloodlines, Activision, 2004. Voice of a member of the infantry, The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction (also known as Incredible Hulk: Critical Mass), Sierra/Vivendi Universal Games, 2005. Voice of Warren Rooney, James Bettencourt, Jr., and third male hostage, S.W.A.T. 4 (also known as SWAT 4), Vivendi Universal Games, 2005. Voices, Dead Space, Electronic Arts, 2008. Voice of Sergeant Flash, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Electronic Arts, 2009.

Awards, Honors: BMI TV Music awards, 1989, for The Hogan Family (with others), 1991 and 1992, for Designing Women, 1992 and 1994, for Wings, 1993, for Hearts Afire, 1998, for Union Square (with Darryl Phinnessee), and 1999 and 2000, for Becker; Emmy Award nomination (with others), outstanding individual achievement in music direction, 1990, for Sammy Davis, Jr.’s 60th Anniversary Celebration; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding individual achievement in main title theme music, 1994, and BMI TV Music awards, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, and 2000, all with Darryl Phinnessee, and SESAC Award, 2009, all for Frasier; other awards and honors, including other SESAC awards. CREDITS Television Music Arranger and Conductor; Series: Soul Train, syndicated, beginning c. 1971. Main title music, Knots Landing, CBS, 1979–93. Falcon Crest (also known as The Vintage Years), CBS, 1981–90. Theme music, Entertainment Tonight (also known as Entertainment This Week, E.T., ET Weekend, and This Week in Entertainment), syndicated, beginning 1981. Cagney & Lacey, CBS, 1982–88. Main title music, Mike Hammer (also known as Mickey Spillane’s ⬙Mike Hammer⬙), CBS, 1984–85, also known as The New Mike Hammer, CBS, 1986–87. What’s Happening Now!! (also known as What’s Happening Now!), syndicated, 1985–88. Designing Women, CBS, 1986–93. Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1987–92.

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MILLER Masters of the Universe (also known as Masters of the Universe: The Motion Picture), Cannon, 1987. (Uncredited) Square Dance (also known as Home Is Where the Heart Is), Island Pictures, 1987. Brain Donors (also known as Lame Ducks), Paramount, 1992.

Television Work; Series: Arranger of title music, Wings, NBC, 1990–97. Music director, You Asked for It Again, The Family Channel, beginning 1991. Producer of additional music, Step by Step (also known as Eine Starke Familie, Kaos i familien, Notre belle famille, Paso a paso, Steg for Steg, and Una bionda per papa), ABC, 1991–97, CBS, 1997–98.

Film Song Producer: ⬙Dancing in the Street,⬙ ⬙Do You Love Me,⬙ ⬙I Had to Give You Up,⬙ and ⬙Sea Cruise,⬙ Ski Patrol (also known as Ski Academy), Triumph Releasing, 1990. Film Song Performer: ⬙Magic Nights,⬙ Perfect, Columbia, 1985. ⬙It’s So Beautiful,⬙ The Outing (also known as The Lamp), Moviestore Entertainment/Cineplex Odeon Films, c. 1987.

Television Music Arranger and Conductor; Miniseries: Lace II, NBC, 1985. The Two Mrs. Grenvilles (also known as Society), NBC, 1987.

Stage Work: Orchestrator, Night of 100 Stars III (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1990. Orchestral arranger and conductor, Saturday Night at the Summit, G8 Summit, Denver, CO, 1997.

Television Music Arranger and Conductor; Movies: Combat High (also known as Combat Academy), NBC, 1986. I’ll Be Home for Christmas (also known as A Rockport Christmas), CBS, 1988. To Heal a Nation, NBC, 1988. Perry Mason: The Case of the Silenced Stranger, NBC, 1990.

Worked on various productions with various artists. RECORDINGS

Television Music Arranger and Conductor; Specials: Motown Returns to the Apollo, NBC, 1985. Aretha Franklin: The Queen of Soul, BBC, 1988, broadcast on American Masters, PBS. Christmas on Ice (also known as Disney’s ⬙Christmas on Ice⬙), CBS, 1990.

Album Work: (Mastering work) Jimmie Spheeris, Isle of View, Rain Records, 1972. (Arranger) Renee Geyer, Renee Geyer, Polydor, 1973. (Conductor and arranger) Disco Tex and His Sex–o– Lettes and Sir Monti Rock III, Disco Tex and His Sex–o–Lettes, Chelsea, 1975. (Arranger) Alexander’s Discotime Band, Songs That Were Mother’s, Ariola Records America, 1976. (Arranger) Disco Tex and His Sex–o–Lettes, Manhattan Millionaire, Chelsea, 1976. (Arranger) Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr., The Two of Us, ABC Records, 1977. (Arranger) Mighty Clouds of Joy, Truth Is the Power, Myrrh, 1977. (Arranger) New Birth featuring Leslie Wilson, Behold the Mighty Army, Warner Bros., 1977. (String and horn arranger) Kenny Nolan, Kenny Nolan, 20th Century Records, 1977. (String and horn arranger) Freda Payne, Stares and Whispers, Capitol, 1977. (Arranger) Shalamar, Uptown Festival, Capitol, 1977. (String and horn arranger) The Whispers, Open up Your Love, Capitol, 1977. (Arranger, string arranger, and rhythm arrangements) Lenny Williams, Choosing You, ABC Records, 1977.

Television Work; Other; Specials: Music arranger, Sammy Davis, Jr.’s 60th Anniversary Celebration, ABC, 1990. Orchestrator, Night of 100 Stars III (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), NBC, 1990. Music supervisor, Michael Landon: Memories with Laughter and Love, NBC, 1991. Music engineer, People: A Musical Celebration (animated; also known as People and People: A Musical Celebration of Diversity), The Disney Channel, 1995. Film Music Arranger and Conductor: Lepke (also known as Big Boss), Warner Bros., 1975. The Competition, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1980. The Nude Bomb (also known as Maxwell Smart and the Nude Bomb and The Return of Maxwell Smart), Universal, 1980. Serial, Paramount, 1980. The Ice Pirates, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1984. 195

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(Arranger and conductor) California Smoker, D2D— Chapter 1, 2000 B.C., 1978. (Horn arranger) Alton McClain & Destiny, Alton McClain & Destiny, Polydor, 1978. (Arranger; some sources also cite as a keyboard player) Mighty Clouds of Joy, Live and Direct (live), ABC Records, 1978. (Arranger) Lenny Williams, Spark of Love, ABC Records, 1978. (Rhythm arrangements) Paulinho Da Costa, Happy People, Polydor, 1979. (Arranger) Lamont Dozier, Bittersweet, Warner Bros., 1979. (Arranger and producer) Hollywood Disco Jazz Band, Don’s Place, A&M Disco, 1979. (Arranger) Mighty Clouds of Joy, Changing Times, Sony, 1979. (Arranger) Freda Payne, Hot, Capitol, 1979. (Arranger) Rose Royce, Rainbow Connection IV, Whitfield Records, 1979. (Arranger; some sources also cite as conductor) David Ruffin, So Soon We Change, Collectors’ Choice Music, 1979. (String and horn arranger) Lenny Williams, Love Current, MCA, 1979. (Arranger) Enchantment, Soft Lights, Sweet Music, Roadshow Music, 1980. (Engineer and audio engineer) Lake, Ouch!, Renaissance Records, 1980. (String and horn arranger) Mammatapee, Mammatapee, Whitfield Records, 1980. (String and horn arranger) Alton McClain & Destiny, More of You, Polydor, 1980. (Arranger) Rose Royce, Golden Touch, Whitfield Records, 1980. (Arranger) David Ruffin, Gentleman Ruffin, Collectors’ Choice Music, 1980. (Arranger) Johnnie Taylor, A New Day, Columbia, 1980. (Horn arranger; some sources cite as producer) Andrae Crouch, Don’t Give Up, Warner Bros., 1981. (Arranger) Dream Machine, Dream Machine, RCA, 1981. (Arranger) Future Flight, Future Flight, Capitol, 1981. (String arranger) The Whispers, Imagination, Capitol, 1981. (Arranger; some sources cite as a musician) Zingara, Zingara, Castle Music, Ltd., 1981. (Horn arranger) Denny Correll, Something I Believe In, Myrrh, 1982. (Arranger) Monica Lewis, Never Let Me Go, Applause, 1982. (String and horn arranger) Magic Lady, Hot ’n’ Sassy, A&M, 1982. (String and horn arranger) O’Bryan, Doin’ Alright, Capitol, 1982. (Arranger) The Commodores, Commodores 13, Motown, 1983. (Remastering work) Meat Loaf, Midnight at the Lost and Found, Epic, 1983.

(Arranger; some sources cite as director) The Temptations, Back to Basics, Motown, 1983. (String arranger) Kent Jordan, No Question about It, Columbia, 1984. (Arranger) Rockwell, Somebody’s Watching Me, Motown, 1984. (String and horn arranger) Carl Carlton, Private Property, Casablanca Records, 1985. (String and horn arranger) Rockwell, Captured, Motown, 1985. (Arranger and horn arranger) Gregg Rolie, Gregg Rolie, Wounded Bird Records, 1985. (Arranger and conductor; some sources also cite as producer) The Temptations, Touch Me, Gordy, 1985. (Arranger and producer) Various artists, The Last Dragon (film soundtrack; also known as Berry Gordy’s ⬙The Last Dragon⬙), Motown, 1985. (Engineer) The Force M.D.s, Chillin’, Collectibles Records, 1986. (Engineer) Midnight Star, Headlines, Solar, 1986. (String and horn arranger) Alfie Silas, That Look, Motown, 1986. (Assistant engineer) C’est What?!, Balance, Ausverkau, 1987. (Engineer) Natalie Cole, Everlasting, Elektra, 1987. (String and horn arranger) Mighty Clouds of Joy, Sing and Shout, Word, 1987. (Engineer) Stacey Q, Nights Like This, Atlantic, 1987. (Engineer and mixer) TKA, Scars of Love, Tommy Boy, 1987. (Engineer and mixer) Anthony and the Camp, Suspense, Jellybean Productions, 1988. (String arranger, arranger, and strings) Rod Stewart, Out of Order, Warner Bros., 1988. (Engineer) Miles Davis, Amandla, Warner Bros., 1989. (Engineer) Dr. John, In a Sentimental Mood, Warner Bros., 1989. (Remixing work) Chaka Khan, Life Is a Dance (The Remix Project), Warner Bros., 1989. (Engineer) Joe Sample, Spellbound, Warner Bros., 1989. (Engineer and mixer) Takeshi Itoh, T.K., Columbia, 1989 and 1991. (Engineer) Basia, London Warsaw New York, Epic, 1990. (String arranger and orchestral arranger) Andrae Crouch and His Disciples, Finally, CGI Platinum, 1990. (Engineer) Mariah Carey, Emotions, Columbia, 1991. (Mixing engineer) Sandee, Only Time Will Tell, Ral, 1991. (String arranger) Rod Stewart, Vagabond Heart, Warner Bros., 1991. (Engineer) Various artists, The Words of Music of World War II (spoken word and music), Columbia, 1991. (Engineer) Clivilles + Cole, Greatest Remixes, Vol. 1, Sony, 1992. (Engineer and mixer) Various artists, The Bodyguard (film soundtrack), Arista, 1992. (Mixing assistant)Various artists, The Bodyguard (film soundtrack with Japan bonus track), BMG, 1992. 196

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MILLER (Mastering work) Various artists, Chicago Bulls Greatest Hits, Volume 2, Alphabet City Sports, 1998. (Mastering work) Various artists, Kentucky Wildcats— Hits from the Hardwood, Volume 1, Alphabet City, 1998. (Mastering work) Various artists, Orlando Magic Greatest Hits, Volume 1, Alphabet City, 1998. (Engineer) Various artists, Sessions II: Paul Oakenfold (also known as Sessions V.2: Paul Oakenfold), 1998. (Performer) Lost Boyz, LB IV Life (clean version), Uptown/Universal, 1999. (Engineer) Peter, Paul and Mary, Songs of Conscience & Concern, Warner Bros., 1999. (Arranger) Various artists, The Disco Box, Rhino, 1999. (Producer) Paul Anka, Vegas Style (also known as Vegas Style: The Best of the Late RCA and Buddah Recordings), Taragon, 2000. (Engineer) Canibus, 2000 B.C. (Before Canibus) (also known as 2000 B.C.), Uptown/Universal, 2000. (Engineer) Canibus, 2000 B.C. (Before Canibus) (clean version; also known as 2000 B.C.), Uptown/ Universal, 2000. (Mixer) Cap.One, Through the Eyes of a Don, Uptown/ Universal, 2000. (Engineer) Miles Davis, Tutu/Amandla/Doo–Bop, WEA, 2000. (Mastering work) O.C.D., Ritualistic, Organ Grinder Records, 2000. (Mixer) X–Japan, Singles, Ki/Oon Records, 2000. (Mastering work) Various artists, Divas of the Court: Songs from the WNBA, Vol. 1, Madacy, 2000. (Arranger) Various artists, Music from the TV Series Frasier (soundtrack; music from the television series Frasier; also known as Frasier, Frasier: Original Soundtrack, and Frasier: Tossed Salad and Scrambled Eggs and Other Frasier Favorites), Milan, 2000. (Mastering work) Various artists, Sounds of the Stadium: Great Moments in New York Yankee History, Madacy, 2000. (Mixer) Mary J. Blige, No More Drama, MCA, 2001. (Mixer) Mary J. Blige, No More Drama (U.S. bonus tracks), MCA, 2001. (Mixer) Mary J. Blige, No More Drama (Denmark bonus track), MCA, 2001. (Mixer) Mary J. Blige, No More Drama (Japan bonus track), MCA International, 2001. (Engineer) Mariah Carey, Music Box/Emotions/Mariah Carey, Sony, 2001. (Photographer) Kathie Lee Gifford, Goodnight, Angel, On the Lamb Records, 2001. (Photographer) Kathie Lee Gifford, Party Animals, On the Lamb Records, 2001. (Horn and string arranger) Rose Royce, The Very Best of Rose Royce, Rhino, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Atlanta Hawks: Greatest Hits, Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001.

(Engineer) Marcus Miller, The Sun Don’t Lie, PRA Records, 1993. (Engineer) Joe Sample, Invitation, Warner Bros., 1993. (Mixer) Jevetta Steele, Here It Is, Columbia, 1993. (Engineer and vocal engineer) Luther Vandross, Never Let Me Go, Epic, 1993. (Engineer) Mark Whitfield, Mark Whitfield, Warner Bros., 1993. (Engineer) Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (soundtrack), Hollywood Records, c. 1993. (Mastering work) Brothers in Rhythm, Forever and a Day, Sony, 1994. (Engineer) C+C Music Factory, Anything Goes!, Columbia, 1994. (Engineer) Al Jarreau, Tenderness, Warner Bros., 1994. (Engineer) Marcus Miller, Tales, PRA Records, 1994. (Mastering work) TransGlobal Underground, International Times (bonus track), Sony, 1994. (Engineer) Justo Almario, Count Me In, Integrity, 1995. (Engineer) Patrick Bruel, Bruel, BMG, 1995. (Electric guitarist) Darryl Purpose, Right Side of Zero, Tangible Music, 1995. (Mixer) Various artists, The Best of Easy Street Records: Body Work (also known as Body Work and Easy Street Records), Hot Productions, 1995. (Engineer) Various artists, People: A Musical Celebration (soundtrack for television special; also known as People and People: A Musical Celebration of Diversity), Lightyear, 1995. (Mastering work) Box of Frogs, Box of Frogs/ Strangeland, Renaissance Records, 1996. (Engineer) Toshihiko Kankawa, B–III, JVC Compact Discs, 1996. (String and horn arranger) O’Bryan, The Best of O’Bryan, Capitol, 1996. (Engineer) Bernadette Peters, I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight, Angel Records, 1996. (Engineer) Skin Deep, Get U Open, PolyGram, 1996. (Vocal arranger) Johnnie Taylor, Rated X–Traordinaire: The Best of Johnnie Taylor (also known as Rated X–Traordinaire), Columbia/Legacy, 1996. (String and horn arranger) Various artists, Disco Mix 96, WEA International, 1996. (String and horn arranger) Various artists, Sex & Soul, Vol. 1, Capitol, 1996. (Engineer) Mariah Carey, Ⲇ1’s, Columbia, 1998. (Engineer) Mariah Carey, Ⲇ1’s (import bonus tracks), Columbia, 1998. (Mixer) The Cover Girls, The Cover Girls Greatest Hits (also known as Greatest Hits), Warlock Records, 1998. (Mastering work) Jim Koeppel, Johnny’s in the Doghouse, Jongleur, 1998. (Trumpet and flugelhorn player) Various artists, Ain’t No Funk Like N.O. Funk, Bullseye Blues, 1998. (Mastering work) Various artists, Atlanta Braves Ultimate Rally, Alphabet City, 1998. (Digital mastering work) Various artists, Chicago Bulls Greatest Hits, NBA/Alphabet City Sports/Sony, 1998. 197

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 (Arranger) Danny Krivit, Edits by Mr. K, Strut, 2003. (Digital mastering work) Various artists, New York Knicks: Go New York Go, Volume 1 (also known as New York Knicks: New York Is in the House, Volume 1), Alphabet City, 2003. (Member of chorus and choir) Various artists, That’ll Flat Git It!: Vol. 13, Bear Family, 2003. (Arranger) Joss Stone, Mind, Body & Soul (special edition), Virgin Records, 2005. (Engineer) Roberta Flack, The Very Best of Roberta Flack, Rhino, 2006. (Stage manager) Peggy Hills, The Storyteller’s Bag, The Children’s Group, 2007. (Horn and string arranger) The Commodores, Anthology: The Best of the Commodores, Motown, 2008. (Horn and string arranger) The Commodores, Gold, Motown, 2008. (Engineer and mixer) Too Blue Lou and the Groove, The Birth of Hip Bop, Jazzheads, Inc., 2008. (Engineer and mixer) X–Japan, Jealousy (bonus disc; special edition), Sony, 2008. (Horn and string arranger) The Commodores, Love Songs, Motown/Universal, 2009. (Mixer) X–Japan, X Singles, Sony BMG Music (Canada), 2009.

(Mastering work) Various artists, Boston Celtics: Celtic Pride—Volume 1 (also known as Celtic Pride— Volume 1), Alphabet City, 2001. (Digital mastering work) Various artists, Charlotte Hornets: Greatest Hits, Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Cleveland Browns: Greatest Hits, Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Cleveland Cavaliers: Greatest Hits, Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, The Cleveland Connection (enhanced version), Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Dallas Mavericks: Greatest Hits, Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Detroit Pistons: Greatest Hits, Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Golden State Warriors: Greatest Hits, Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (Digital mastering work) Various artists, Greatest Hits of the 70s (two volumes), Platinum Disc, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Green Bay Packers: Greatest Hits, Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Houston Rockets: Clutch City—Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Los Angeles Clippers: Greatest Hits—Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Miami Heat: Can You Feel the Heat, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Milwaukee Bucks: Greatest Hits—Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Minnesota Twins: Greatest Hits, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, New Jersey Nets: Jersey Style—Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, New York Knicks Collection, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, New York Knicks: Their Music, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Philadelphia 76ers: Bounce to This! Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Portland Trailblazers: Greatest Hits, Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Sacramento Kings: Kings of the Court, Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, San Antonio Spurs: Go Spurs Go! Greatest Hits, Championship Edition (also known as San Antonio Spurs: Go Spurs Go!), Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Seattle Supersonics: Greatest Hits—Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (String arranger) Various artists, The 70s Soul Experience, Rhino, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Vancouver Grizzlies: ⬙Welcome to Bear Country⬙—Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (Mastering work) Various artists, Washington Wizards: Greatest Hits, Volume 1, Alphabet City, 2001. (Engineer and mixer) Keiko Lee, Voices, Sony, 2002. (Engineer) Michael Franks, The Michael Franks Anthology: The Art of Love, Warner Bros., 2003.

Arranger and conductor for the Robert Goulet album You’re Something Special and other Goulet recordings; horn arranger for the Diego Verdaguer recording Coco Loco; string and horn arranger for recordings by Reverend James Cleveland; worked on other recordings, including other albums by Paul Anka and singles and albums by other artists, including Diahann Carroll and L. J. Reynolds. Single Work: (Mastering work) Babyface, ⬙When Can I See You⬙ (also known as ⬙When Can I See You Again⬙), Epic, 1994. (Engineer) Mariah Carey, ⬙Emotions⬙/⬙Vanishing,⬙ 2002. Worked on other recordings. WRITINGS Television Music; Series: The Krypton Factor, ABC, 1981. Motown Revue (also known as The Motown Review and The Motown Revue Starring Smokey Robinson), NBC, 1985. Amen, NBC, 1986–91. Valerie, NBC, 1986–87, then known as Valerie’s Family, NBC, 1987–88, then known as The Hogan Family (also known as The Hogans), NBC, 1988–90, and CBS, 1990–91. Designing Women, CBS, 1986–93. Spies, CBS, 1987. 198

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MILLER Mother of the Bride, CBS, 1993. Bonanza: Under Attack, NBC, 1995.

Theme music, She’s the Sheriff, syndicated, 1987–89. Life’s Most Embarrassing Moments, beginning c. 1988. Wings, NBC, 1990–97. Shaky Ground, Fox, 1992–93. Title music, Vicki!, syndicated, 1992–94. Hearts Afire (also known as Al senador, ni caso and Kuess’ mich, John), CBS, 1992–95. The John Larroquette Show (also known as Crossroads and Larroquette), NBC, 1993–96. (And theme song ⬙Tossed Salad and Scrambled Eggs⬙) Frasier (also known as Dr. Frasier Crane), NBC, 1993–2004. The Preston Episodes, Fox, 1995. The Pursuit of Happiness, NBC, 1995. Women of the House, CBS, 1995. Almost Perfect, CBS, 1995–96. (Including theme music) The Home Court, NBC, 1995–96. (Including theme music) Something So Right, NBC, 1996–97, and ABC, 1998–99. Jenny, NBC, 1997–98. (Including title theme music with Darryl Phinnessee) Union Square, NBC, 1997–98. Conrad Bloom, NBC, 1998. The Simple Life, CBS, 1998. (Including theme music) Encore! Encore! (also known as Bravo! and Encore!), NBC, 1998–99. (Including theme music) Kids Say the Darndest Things, CBS, 1998–2000. Theme music, Guinness World Records Primetime (also known as Guinness World Records: Primetime), Fox, 1998–2001. (Including theme music) Becker, CBS, 1998–2004. Love & Money (also known as Love or Money and The Super), CBS, 1999–2000. (Including theme music) The Trouble with Normal (also known as People Who Fear People), ABC, 2000. Emeril, NBC, 2001. Some of My Best Friends (also known as Kiss Me Guido, Kiss Me, Guido, Macho Man, and Me and Frankie Z), CBS, 2001. Bram and Alice (also known as Bram & Alice), CBS, 2002. The Random Years, UPN, 2002. In–Laws, NBC, 2002–2003. A Minute with Stan Hooper (also known as Stan Hooper), Fox, 2003. It’s All Relative (also known as Absolut relativ, En svaerfar foer mycket, Kaikki on suhteellista, and Todo es relativo), ABC, 2003–2004. ’Til Death (also known as Eddie & Jeff), Fox, beginning c. 2006.

Television Music; Specials: Motown Returns to the Apollo, NBC, 1985. Nell Carter Special (also known as Nell Carter—Never Too Old to Dream), NBC, 1986. The Temptations and Four Tops, Showtime, 1986. Michael Jackson, Showtime, 1988. (With others) Michael Jackson: The Legend Continues (also known as Michael. Jackson ѧ The Legend Continues), CBS, 1988. The Designing Women Special: Their Finest Hour, CBS, 1990. Michael Landon: Memories with Laughter and Love, NBC, 1991. Louie Anderson: Louie in St. Louie (also known as Louie in St. Louie), Showtime, 1993. Denver Summit of the Eight (G8 Summit) (also known as Denver Summit of the Eight and G8 Summit), 1997. Theme song, Surprise, Surprise, Surprise!, CBS, 1999. World’s Funniest Pets, CBS, 1999. Theme song, Come Together, ABC, 2001. The Designing Women Reunion, Lifetime, 2003. (Including theme song ⬙Miss Dog⬙) The First Annual Miss Dog Beauty Pageant, Fox, 2003. Frasier: Analyzing the Laughter, NBC, 2004. The Nanny Reunion: A Nosh to Remember, Lifetime, 2004. Television Music; Awards Presentations: Hollywood Salutes Jodie Foster: An American Cinematheque Tribute, TNT, 1999. Television Music; Episodic: ⬙Jeopardy,⬙ Falcon Crest (also known as The Vintage Years), CBS, 1988. ⬙Wheels within Wheels,⬙ Falcon Crest (also known as The Vintage Years), CBS, 1988. ⬙The Unknown,⬙ Knots Landing, CBS, 1991. ⬙Brennen,⬙ Matlock, ABC, 1994. ⬙Activate Your Choices,⬙ Becker, CBS, 1999. ⬙The Heartbreak Kid,⬙ Out of Practice (also known as Hoidon tarpeessa, Out of practice—Doktor, single sucht ѧ, and Terapia en familia), CBS, 2005. ⬙The Wedding,⬙ Out of Practice (also known as Hoidon tarpeessa, Out of practice—Doktor, single sucht ѧ, and Terapia en familia), CBS, 2005. ⬙We Wanna Hold Your Hand,⬙ Out of Practice (also known as Hoidon tarpeessa, Out of practice— Doktor, single sucht ѧ, and Terapia en familia), CBS, 2005. ⬙Hot Water,⬙ Out of Practice (also known as Hoidon tarpeessa, Out of practice—Doktor, single sucht ѧ, and Terapia en familia), CBS, 2006.

Television Music; Movies: U.S. Marshals: Waco & Rhinehart (also known as Line of Duty and Waco & Rhinehart), ABC, 1987. (Additional music) Perry Mason: The Case of the Silenced Singer, NBC, 1990. Bonanza: The Return, NBC, 1993. 199

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⬙Yours, Mine or His?,⬙ Out of Practice (also known as Hoidon tarpeessa, Out of practice—Doktor, single sucht ѧ, and Terapia en familia), CBS, 2006.

The Hunting of the President (documentary), Regent Releasing, 2004. Film Songs: Title song, The Last Dragon (also known as Berry Gordy’s ⬙The Last Dragon⬙), TriStar, 1985. ⬙Magic Nights,⬙ Perfect, Columbia, 1985. ⬙Deborah Says Yes,⬙ The Outing (also known as The Lamp), Moviestore Entertainment/Cineplex Odeon Films, c. 1987. ⬙I Had to Give You Up,⬙ Ski Patrol (also known as Ski Academy), Triumph Releasing, 1990. ⬙Family Affair,⬙ Friday after Next (also known as Friday 3 and Last Friday), New Line Cinema, 2002. ⬙Family Affair,⬙ Undercover Brother (also known as Operation funky), Universal, 2002. ⬙The Fear of Being Alone,⬙ Stuck on You, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2003. ⬙Not Today,⬙ Barbershop 2: Back in Business, Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 2004.

Television Music; Pilots: Theme music, She’s the Sheriff, syndicated, c. 1987. B–Men, CBS, 1989. The World according to Straw, Fox, 1990. Theme song, Kids Say the Darndest Things, CBS, 1997. Conrad Bloom, NBC, 1998. The Simple Life, CBS, 1998. Love & Money (also known as Love or Money and The Super), CBS, 1999. (Including theme music) ⬙Pilot (a.k.a. People Who Fear People),⬙ The Trouble with Normal (also known as People Who Fear People), ABC, 2000. Some of My Best Friends (also known as Kiss Me Guido, Kiss Me, Guido, Macho Man, and Me and Frankie Z), CBS, 2001. Bram and Alice (also known as Bram & Alice), CBS, 2002. In–Laws, NBC, 2002. The Random Years, UPN, 2002. It’s All Relative (also known as Absolut relativ, En svaerfar foer mycket, Kaikki on suhteellista, and Todo es relativo), ABC, 2003. Out of Practice (also known as Hoidon tarpeessa, Out of practice—Doktor, single sucht ѧ, and Terapia en familia), CBS, 2005. 12 Miles of Bad Road, HBO, 2008.

Video Music: ⬙Tossed Salad and Scrambled Eggs,⬙ Behind the Couch: The Making of ⬙Frasier⬙ (short documentary), 2003. Albums; with Others: Various artists, The Last Dragon (film soundtrack; also known as Berry Gordy’s ⬙The Last Dragon⬙), Motown, 1985. Various artists, Music from the TV Series Frasier (soundtrack; music from the television series Frasier; also known as Frasier, Frasier: Original Soundtrack, and Frasier: Tossed Salad and Scrambled Eggs and Other Frasier Favorites), Milan, 2000.

Music for Political Films: The Man from Hope (short film), shown at the 1992 Democratic National Convention, New York City, broadcast by multiple networks, 1992. A Place Called America (short film), shown at the 1996 Democratic National Convention, Chicago, IL, broadcast by multiple networks, 1996. Hillary 2000 (NY Primary) (also known as Hillary 2000), 2000. Legacy (Bill Clinton Retrospective—2000 DNC) (short film; also known as Legacy), shown at the 2000 Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles, broadcast by multiple networks, 2000.

Composed music and songs that have appeared in other recordings. Other Music: Composed other pieces of music.

Film Music: The Last Dragon (also known as Berry Gordy’s ⬙The Last Dragon⬙), TriStar, 1985. The Outing (also known as The Lamp), Moviestore Entertainment/Cineplex Odeon Films, c. 1987. Gwang tin lung foo wooi (also known as China White, The Deadly Sin, Rumbling Sky Dragon Tiger Meeting, and Hong tian long hu hui), 1989. Ski Patrol (also known as Ski Academy), Triumph Releasing, 1990. In Pursuit (also known as Rules of the Game), Showcase Entertainment, c. 2001.

OTHER SOURCES Electronic: Music by Bruce W. Miller, http://www. brucewmillermusic.com, January 6, 2010.

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MORROW, Kirby 1973– PERSONAL Full name, Kirby Robert Morrow; born August 28, 1973, in Jasper, Alberta, Canada.

Film Work: Director and editor, The Boxing Day Classic (short film), 2005. (Uncredited) Additional voices, Hulk Vs. (also known as Hulk vs. Thor and Hulk vs. Wolverine), Lions Gate Films Home Entertainment, 2009.

Addresses: Agent—Lauren Levitt & Associates, Inc., 1525 West 8th Ave., 3rd Floor, Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 1T5, Canada. Career: Actor, voice performer, director, and writer. Also worked as a stand–up comedian.

Television Appearances; Series: Voice of Michelangelo, Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation (also known as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation, Hero Turtles: The Next Mutation, Saban’s ⬙Hero Turtles: The Next Mutation,⬙ and Saban’s ⬙Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation⬙), Fox, 1997. Captain David Kleinman, Stargate: Atlantis (also known as La porte d’Atlantis and Stargate: Atlantis), Sci–Fi Channel, 2005–2006. Mac, The Bridge, 2010.

Awards, Honors: First prize, Whistler International Film Festival, 2005, for The Boxing Day Classic. CREDITS Film Appearances: (English version) Voice of Gyunei Guss, Kido senshi Gandamu: Gyakushu no Sha (animated; also known as Gundam: Char’s Counter Attack, Mobile Suit Gundam: Char’s Counterattack, and Mobile Suit Gundam: The Counteractive Char), 1988. Drive, Sombrio, 1997. Jerry, Jerry’s Day, 1999. (English version) Voice of Van Fanel, Escaflowne (animated; also known as Escaflowne: The Movie), Bandai Entertainment, 2000. First tiger, MVP: Most Valuable Primate, Keystone Family Pictures, 2000. Voice of Jason Jenkins, Kong (animated), 2000. Palmer, Bones, New Line Cinema, 2001. Voice of Raimi Matthews, Broken Saints, 2001. (English version) Voice of Miroku, Inuyasha—Jidai wo koeru omoi (animated; also known as Inuyasha the Movie: Affections Touching across Time and Inuyasha: The Love That Transcends Time), 2001. Ash, Slap Shot 2: Breaking the Ice, Universal Home Entertainment, 2002. (English version) Voice of Miroku, Inuyasha—Kagami no naka no mugenjou (animated; also known as Inuyasha the Movie 2: The Castle beyond the Looking Glass), Toho, 2002. (English version) Voice of Miroku, Inuyasha—Tenka hadou no ken (animated; also known as Inuyasha the Movie 3: Swords of an Honorable Ruler and Swords of an Honorable Ruler), 2003. Voice of Rogan, Ark, Creative Light Worldwide, 2004. (English version) Voice of Miroku, Inuyasha—Guren no houraijima (animated; also known as Inuyasha the Movie 4: Fire on the Mystic Island), 2004.

Television Appearances; Animated Series: (English version) Voice of Yuki Aiba, Mugen no rivaiasu (also known as Infinite Ryvius), 1999. Voice of Trowa Barton, Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (also known as Gundam Wing), Cartoon Network, 2000. Voice of Van Fanel, first knight, and first evil helper, Escaflowne (also known as FoxKids ⬙Escaflowne⬙ and The Vision of Escaflowne), 1996, Fox, 2000. Voice of Scott Summers/Cyclops, X–Men: Evolution, The WB, 2000–2003. Voice of Sakura’s dad, CardCaptors, 2000. Voice of Goku, Dragonball Z (also known as DBZ), Cartoon Network, 2000–2003. (English version) Voice of Hayakawa, Alpha 1, and Yashiro’s underling, Chikyu boei kazoku (also known as The Daichis: Earth’s Defense Family), 2001. Voice of Miroku, Inuyasha (animated), Cartoon Network, 2001–2004. Voice of Rey Za Burel, Kido senshi Gundam Seed Destiny (also known as Gundam Seed Destiny and Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny), 2004–2005. Voice of Jay Star, Class of the Titans, 2006. Voice of Josh, Team Galaxy, 2006. Also appeared as voice of Akira and Young Akira, Z–Mind. Television Appearances; Miniseries: John Maddux, The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer, NBC, 1999. Brad, Out of Order, Showtime, 2003. 201

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Television Appearances; Movies: Mick Angel, City Hunter: Secret Service (also known as City Hunter and Secret Police), 1996. Nelson Doyle, Stand against Fear (also known as Moment of Truth: Stand against Fear and Unlikely Suspects), NBC, 1996. Man at truck stop, Into the Arms of Danger (also known as Moment of Truth: Into the Arms of Danger and Running Wild), NBC, 1997. Ryan, Playing to Win: A Moment of Truth Movie (also known as Playing to Win), NBC, 1998. Head cheerleader, Silencing Mary (also known as Campus Justice), NBC, 1998. (Uncredited) Storm chaser Ⲇ1, Storm Chasers: Revenge of the Twister, Fox Family, 1998. Adam, Someone to Love Me: A Moment of Truth Movie (also known as Someone to Love Me and Girl in the Backseat), NBC, 1998. Voice of Redline, NASCAR Racers: The Movie (animated), 1999. Voice of Trowa Barton, Mobile Suit Gundam: The Movie—Endless Waltz (animated; also known as Endless Waltz and Gundam Wing: The Movie— Endless Waltz), Cartoon Network, 2000. Jake, Avalanche Alley, 2001. Young man, L.A. Law: The Movie, NBC, 2002. (Uncredited) Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of ⬙Charlie’s Angels,⬙ NBC, 2004. Corporal Carmichael, Deadly Skies (also known as Force of Impact and Ultimate Limit), Here! TV, 2005. Television Appearances; Specials: Voice of Nutcracker/Prince Eric, Barbie in ⬙The Nutcracker⬙ (animated), CBS, 2001. Television Appearances; Episodic: (English voice) Voice of Woody Malden, Kido senshi Gandamu (animated; also known as Mobile Suit Gundam, First Gundam, and Mobile Soldier Gundam), 1979. Student Ⲇ1, also known as Kirby, ⬙Double Helix,⬙ The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 1997. Tim Vernon, ⬙The Best Couple,⬙ Viper, syndicated, 1997. Phillippe, ⬙When in Rome ѧ,⬙ Breaker High, 1997. Johnathan Glenn, Brain Powerd (also known as Buren pawado), 1998. Voice of Zadam, B.R.A.T.S. of the Lost Nebula (animated; also known as B.R.A.T.S. of the Dark Nebula), The WB, 1998. Militia man warrior, ⬙Cor–Ai,⬙ Stargate SG–1 (also known as La porte des etoiles), Showtime and syndicated, 1998. Kirby, ⬙The Origin of Species,⬙ The Outer Limits (also known as The New Outer Limits), Showtime and syndicated, 1998. 202

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MURPHY Film Scores: The Boxing Day Classic (short film), 2005.

MURPHY, Eddie 1961– (Fred Braughton) PERSONAL Full name, Edward Regan Murphy; born April 3, 1961, in Brooklyn, New York (some sources cite Hempstead), NY; son of Charles Edward Murphy (a transit police officer) and Lillian Murphy Lynch (a telephone company worker); stepson of Vernon Lynch, Sr. (a factory foreman); brother of Charles Q. ⬙Charlie⬙ Murphy (an actor and writer); stepbrother of Vernon Lynch, Jr. (a singer and writer); married Nicole Mitchell (a model; some sources cite work as a legal associate), March 18, 1993 (divorced, April 17, 2006); reportedly married Tracey E. Edmonds (a film and music producer, executive, and model), January 1, 2008 (arrangement allegedly ended around two weeks later); children: (with Mitchell) Bria, Miles Mitchell, Shayne Audra, Zola Ivy, Bella Zahra; (with Tamara Moore; some sources cite name as Tamara Hood) Christian; (with Paulette McNeely) Eric; (with Melanie Brown, a singer and actress also known as Mel B and Scary Spice) Angel Iris Murphy Brown. Education: Attended Nassau Community College.

Also appeared as voice of Jimmy Woo, ⬙Thirst,⬙ Action Man, Fox; voice of Ken’s brother, ⬙Genesis of Evil,⬙ Digimon (animated); voice of Noel, ⬙Search for Sandy’s Brother,⬙ Hamtaro (animated); voice of OSMAU, Digimon (animated). RECORDINGS Videos: Voice of Picolet Chardin II, Ranma 1/2 (animated), 1993. (English version) Voice of Defiant A, Merutiransa (animated; also known as Melty Lancer), 1999. Video Games: Voice, Kessen, 2000. Voice, Jackie Chan Stuntmaster, 2000. (Uncredited) Voice of Trowa Barton, Gundam: Battle Assault 2, Bandai Games, 2002. Voice of Ur, Lolo, Camara, and Seblo, Ys: The Ark of Napishtim, Konami Digital Entertainment America, 2003. (English version) Voice of Dimitri, Kido senshi Gandamu: Meguraiai sora (also known as Mobile Suit Gundam: Encounters in Space), Bandai Games, 2003. (English version) Voice of Miroku, Inuyasha: Juso no kamen (also known as Inuyasha: The Secret of the Cursed Mask), Bandai Games, 2004. Voice of Clayton Regis, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation—Dark Motives, 2004. (English version) Voice of Miroku, Inuyasha: Ogi ranbu (also known as Inuyasha: Feudal Combat), Bandai Games, 2005. Voice of Human Torch, Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects, 2005. Voice of Azure Dragon, Devil Kings, Capcom Entertainment, 2005.

Addresses: Agent—Jim Wiatt, William Morris Endeavor Entertainment (WmEE2), One William Morris Place, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist—Rogers & Cowan Public Relations, Pacific Design Center, 8687 Melrose Ave., 7th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actor, comedian, producer, director, writer, singer, and songwriter. Performed as a stand–up comedian at various venues; worked as an performer in and emcee for talent shows. Provided the voice of Donkey for Shrek 4–D (also known as Shrek’s Never Before Seen Adventure and Shrek 3–D), a theme park attraction at Universal Studios. Eddie Murphy Productions, Inc. (also known as Eddie Murphy Television and Eddie Murphy Television Productions), founder; also affiliated with Imagine Television (voice and production company). Appeared in advertisements. Yeah! (charitable foundation), founder; philanthropist for various organizations. Appeared in merchandise and provided voices for merchandise. Member: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Screen Actors Guild, Writers Guild of America, East, Directors Guild of America.

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Award, best comedy recording, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 1983, for Eddie Murphy: Comedian; Special Award, entertainer of the year, Image awards, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1983; Golden Globe Award nomination, new star of the year in a motion picture—male, 1983, for 48 Hrs.; Emmy Award nominations, outstanding supporting actor in a comedy, variety, or music series, 1983, outstanding individual performance in a variety or music program, 1984, and (with others) outstanding writing for a variety or music program, 1984, all for Saturday Night Live; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture—comedy/musical, 1984, for Trading Places; named an great stand–up comedian in a special broadcast by HBO, 1984; named ShoWest star of the year, National Association of Theatre Owners, 1985; People’s Choice Award, favorite all–around male entertainer, 1985; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture— comedy/musical, 1985, for Beverly Hills Cop; Murphy’s album How Could It Be? received a gold record certification, Recording Industry Association of America, 1985; named to the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart, 1985, for ⬙Party All the Time,⬙ and 1989, for ⬙Put Your Mouth on Me⬙; American Cinematheque Award, 1986; Kids’ Choice Award, favorite movie actor, 1988, for Beverly Hills Cop II; Television Critics Association Award (with others), outstanding achievement in movies, miniseries, and specials, 1989, for What’s Alan Watching?; People’s Choice Award, favorite comedy motion picture actor, 1989; Special Award, entertainer of the year, Image awards, 1990; named ShoWest star of the decade, 1992; Heritage Award, Soul Train Music awards, 1993; MTV Movie Award nomination, best comedic performance, 1993, for Boomerang; received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1996; National Society of Film Critics Award, best actor, Saturn Award, best actor, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite actor—comedy, Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture—comedy/ musical, Image Award nomination, outstanding lead actor in a motion picture, Golden Satellite Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture—comedy or musical, International Press Academy, and MTV Movie Award nominations, best male performance and best comedic performance, all 1997, for The Nutty Professor; named one of the top 100 movie stars of all time, Empire, 1997; Emmy Award nomination (with others), outstanding animated program (one hour or less), and Annie Award nomination, outstanding individual achievement for voice acting in an animated television production, International Animated Film Society, both 1999, for The PJs; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite actor—comedy, and Blimp Award nomination, favorite movie actor, Kid’s Choice awards, both 1999, for Dr. Dolittle; Black Reel Award nomination, theatrical—best

actor, and Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination (with Steve Martin), favorite comedy team, both 2000, for Bowfinger; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination (with Martin Lawrence), favorite comedy team, 2000, for Life; People’s Choice Award nominations, favorite motion picture star in a comedy, 2000 and 2001; Golden Satellite Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture, comedy or musical, Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite actor—comedy, MTV Movie Award nomination, best comedic performance, and Blimp Award nomination, favorite movie actor, all 2001, for Nutty Professor II: The Klumps; named one the top entertainers of 2001, E! Entertainment Television, 2001; Annie Award, outstanding individual achievement for voice acting by a male performer in an animated feature production, 2001, Blimp Award, favorite voice from an animated movie, Film Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Saturn Award nomination, best supporting actor, Black Reel Award nomination, theatrical—best supporting actor, and MTV Movie Award nominations, best comedic performance and (with Cameron Diaz and Mike Myers) best onscreen team, all 2002, all for Shrek; Blimp Award nomination, favorite male movie star, 2002, for Dr. Dolittle 2; People’s Choice Award, favorite motion picture star in a comedy, 2002; Blimp Award nomination, favorite movie actor, 2004, for The Haunted Mansion and Daddy Day Care; named one of the 100 greatest stand–up comedians, Comedy Central, 2004; Blimp Award nomination, favorite voice from an animated movie, 2005, for Shrek 2; named one of the top fifty comedians of all time, The Comedians’ Comedian, Channel 4 (England), 2005; Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, best supporting actor, 2006, Golden Globe Award, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a motion picture, Screen Actors Guild Award, outstanding performance by a male actor in a supporting role, Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award, Black Reel Award nomination, and Online Film Critics Society Award nomination, all best supporting actor, Academy Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role, Image Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor in a motion picture, and Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture, all 2007, and Grammy Award nomination (with others), best compilation soundtrack album for a motion picture, television, or other visual media, 2008, all for Dreamgirls; named one of the 100 greatest stand–up comedians, Channel 4 (England), 2007; Blimp Award, favorite voice from an animated movie, 2008, for Shrek the Third; Annie Award nomination, best voice acting in an animated television production, 2008, for Shrek the Halls; Blimp Award nomination, favorite male movie star, 2008, for Norbit.

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Klumps (also known as Klumps, The Klumps, The Nutty Professor II, and Nutty II: The Klumps), Universal, 2000. Dr. John Dolittle, Dr. Dolittle 2 (also known as Doctor Dolittle 2, DR2, DR.2, Docteur Dolittle 2, Elaeintohtori 2, and Il Dottor Dolittle 2), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2001. Voice of Donkey, Shrek (animated), DreamWorks, 2001. Detective Trey Sellars, Showtime, Warner Bros., 2002. Kelly Robinson, I Spy (also known as I–Spy), Columbia, 2002. Pluto Nash, The Adventures of Pluto Nash (also known as Pluto Nash), Warner Bros., 2002. Charlie Hinton, Daddy Day Care, Columbia, 2003. Jim Evers, The Haunted Mansion (also known as Disney’s ⬙The Haunted Mansion⬙), Buena Vista, 2003. (In archive footage) Himself, TV in Black: The First Fifty Years (documentary), Koch Vision, 2004. Voice of Donkey, Shrek 2 (animated), DreamWorks, 2004. (Uncredited) Himself, Fuck (documentary; also known as F*ck), THINKFilm, 2005. James ⬙Thunder⬙ Early, Dreamgirls (musical; also known as Dream Girls), DreamWorks/Paramount, 2006. Title role, Rasputia, and Mr. Wong, Norbit (also known as Mad Fat Wife), Paramount, 2007. Voice of Donkey, Shrek the Third (animated; also known as Shrek 3 and The Third), Paramount, 2007. Dave Ming Cheng and the captain, Meet Dave, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2008. Himself, Hollywood Singing & Dancing: A Musical History (documentary), KOCH Entertainment, 2008. (In archive footage) Himself, James Brown: The Man, the Music, & the Message (documentary), 2008. (In archive footage) Himself, Hollywood Singing & Dancing: A Musical History—1980s, 1990s and 2000s (documentary), KOCH International, 2009. Evan Danielson, Imagine That (also known as Me & Olivia, NowhereLand, and Imagine That—Die Kraft der Fantasie), Paramount, 2009. Voice of Donkey, Shrek Forever After (animated; also known as The Final Chapter, Shrek 4, Shrek Forever After: An IMAX 3D Experience, and Shrek Goes Fourth), Paramount, 2010. A Thousand Words (also known as 1000 Words), DreamWorks, c. 2011.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Reggie Hammond, 48 Hrs. (also known as 48 Hours and Forty Eight Hours), Paramount, 1982. Billy Ray Valentine, Trading Places (also known as Black or White), Paramount, 1983. Detective Axel Foley, Beverly Hills Cop (also known as Beverly Drive), Paramount, 1984. Lieutenant T. M. Landry, Best Defense (also known as Best Defence), Paramount, 1984. Chandler Jarrell, The Golden Child, Paramount, 1986. Detective Axel Foley, Beverly Hills Cop II, Paramount, 1987. Himself, Eddie Murphy Raw (concert film; also known as Raw and Raw: The Concert Movie), Paramount, 1987. Prince Akeem, Clarence, Saul, and Randy Watson, Coming to America (also known as Prince in New York), Paramount, 1988. E. M. Quick, Harlem Nights, Paramount, 1989. (In archive footage) Himself, Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt (documentary), 1989, Direct Cinema Limited, 1990. Reggie Hammond, Another 48 Hrs. (also known as Another 48 Hours), Paramount, 1990. Marcus Graham, Boomerang, Paramount, 1992. Thomas Jefferson Johnson, The Distinguished Gentleman, Buena Vista, 1992. Detective Axel Foley, Beverly Hills Cop III, Paramount, 1994. Maximillian, Preacher Pauly, and Guido, Vampire in Brooklyn (also known as Wes Craven’s ⬙Vampire in Brooklyn⬙), Paramount, 1995. Himself, A Century of Science Fiction (documentary; also known as A Century of Sci–Fi), 1996. Sherman Klump (title role), Buddy Love, Cletus ⬙Papa⬙ Klump, Anna Pearl ⬙Mama⬙ Jensen Klump, Ida Mae ⬙Grandma⬙ Jensen, Ernie Klump, Sr., and Lance Perkins, The Nutty Professor, Universal, 1996. Inspector Scott Roper, Metro, Buena Vista, 1997. (In archive footage) 100 Years of Comedy (documentary), 1997. Dr. John Dolittle (title role), Dr. Dolittle (also known as Doctor Dolittle), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998. G., Holy Man (also known as Mister G.), Buena Vista, 1998. Voice of Mushu the Demoted One, Mulan (animated; also known as China Doll and The Legend of Mulan), Buena Vista, 1998. Kit Ramsey and Jiff Ramsey, Bowfinger (also known as Big Movie and Bowfinger’s Big Thing), Universal, 1999. Rayford Gibson, Life, Universal, 1999. Toddlers, Behaviour Worldwide, 1999. Sherman Klump, Buddy Love, Cletus ⬙Papa⬙ Klump, Young Cletus Klump, Anna Pearl ⬙Mama⬙ Jensen Klump, Ida Mae ⬙Grandma⬙ Jensen, Ernie Klump, Sr., and Lance Perkins, Nutty Professor II: The

Some sources cite appearances in other films. Film Executive Producer: Eddie Murphy Raw (concert film; also known as Raw and Raw: The Concert Movie), Paramount, 1987. Harlem Nights, Paramount, 1989. Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (also known as Klumps, The Klumps, The Nutty Professor II, and Nutty II: The Klumps), Universal, 2000. 205

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Film Producer: Vampire in Brooklyn (also known as Wes Craven’s ⬙Vampire in Brooklyn⬙), Paramount, 1995. Life, Universal, 1999. Norbit (also known as Mad Fat Wife), Paramount, 2007.

The Best of the Big Laff Off (also known as The Best of the Big Laff–Off), 1983. (In archive footage) Himself, The Great Standups (also known as The Great Standups: Sixty Years of Laughter), HBO, 1984. The Joe Piscopo Special (also known as The Joe Piscopo Show, The Joe Piscopo Video, and Joe Piscopo’s ⬙HBO Special⬙), HBO, 1984. Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson: 23rd Anniversary (also known as The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson: 23rd Anniversary Special), NBC, 1985. Himself, An All–Star Celebration Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr., NBC, 1986. Himself, The Joe Piscopo New Jersey Special, ABC, 1986. (Uncredited) Himself, ⬙Uptown Comedy Express,⬙ On Location, HBO, 1987. Himself, The Barbara Walters Special (also known as Barbara Walters: Interviews of a Lifetime, Barbara Walters Special, and The Barbara Walters Summer Special), ABC, 1987. Himself, The Lou Rawls Parade of Stars (also known as Lou Rawls Parade of Stars), multiple networks, 1989. (In archive footage) Himself, Saturday Night Live: 15th Anniversary, NBC, 1989. Mike Tyson—A Portrait of the People’s Champion (also known as A Special Look at the People’s Champion—Mike Tyson), syndicated, 1989. Host, Sammy Davis, Jr.’s 60th Anniversary Celebration, ABC, 1990. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Buckwheat and Velvet Jones, Saturday Night Live Goes Commercial (also known as The Best of Saturday Night Live: SNL Goes Commercial), NBC, 1991. Himself, The Dream Is Alive: The 20th Anniversary Celebration of Walt Disney World (also known as Walt Disney World’s 20th Anniversary Celebration), CBS, 1991. (In archive footage) Himself, Johnny Carson’s 29th Anniversary (also known as Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson: 29th Anniversary and The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson: 29th Anniversary Special), NBC, 1991. Host, A Party for Richard Pryor, CBS, 1991. Hollywood Hotshots, Fox, 1992. Himself, The Road to Hollywood, NBC, 1993. (In archive footage) Himself, Stevie Wonder, Jesse Jackson, and Velvet Jones, Mo’ Funny: Black Comedy in America (documentary), HBO, 1993. The Chris Evert Special, syndicated, 1993. Laughing Matters (also known as Funny Business), Showtime, 1993. ⬙What Is This Thing Called Love?,⬙ The Barbara Walters Special (also known as Barbara Walters: Interviews of a Lifetime, Barbara Walters Special, and What Is This Thing Called Love? The Barbara Walters Special), ABC, 1993. (In archive footage) Himself, But ѧ Seriously, Showtime, 1994.

Worked on various projects. Film Director: Harlem Nights, Paramount, 1989. Film Song Performer: Song ⬙I Got It,⬙ Coming to America (also known as Prince in New York), Paramount, 1988. Various songs, Shrek (animated), DreamWorks, 2001. Various songs, Dreamgirls (musical; also known as Dream Girls), DreamWorks/Paramount, 2006. Performer of songs that have appeared in films, television programs, and videos. Film Song Producer: Eddie Murphy Raw (concert film; also known as Raw and Raw: The Concert Movie), Paramount, 1987. Television Appearances; Series: Member of the ensemble, Saturday Night Live (also known as The Albert Brooks Show, The Best of Saturday Night Live, NBC’s ⬙Saturday Night,⬙ Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live ’80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1980–84. Voice of Thurgoode Orenthal Stubbs, The PJs (animated; also known as PJs: The Projects), Fox, 1999–2001. Television Appearances; Miniseries: (In archive footage) Himself, A Century of Black Cinema (documentary; also known as Century of Black Cinema), syndicated, 2000. (In archive footage) Himself, 100 Greatest Dance Songs of Rock & Roll (also known as The Greatest), VH1, 2000. (In archive footage) Himself, Comedy Central Presents: 100 Greatest Stand–Ups of All Time, Comedy Central, 2004. (In archive footage) Himself, Retrosexual: The 80s, VH1, 2004. (In archive footage) Himself, Most Shocking Celebrity Moments of the 90s, broadcast as part of The Most Shocking Celebrity Moments, Five, 2007. (In archive footage) Himself, 100 Greatest Stand–Ups, Channel 4, 2007. Television Appearances; Specials: Himself, Eddie Murphy Delirious (also known as Delirious), HBO, 1983. 206

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Presenter, The MTV Video Music Awards (also known as The First Annual MTV Video Music Awards and MTV First Annual Video Music Awards), MTV, 1984. Host, The MTV Video Music Awards 1985 (also known as MTV Second Annual Video Music Awards), MTV, 1985. The First Annual American Comedy Awards, ABC, 1987. Presenter, The 60th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1988. The 20th Annual NAACP Image Awards (also known as 20th NAACP Image Awards), NBC, 1988. The 16th Annual American Music Awards, ABC, 1989. The Third Annual Soul Train Music Awards, syndicated, 1989. The 21st Annual NAACP Image Awards (also known as 21st NAACP Image Awards), NBC, 1989. Presenter, The MTV Video Music Awards 1992 (also known as MTV Ninth Annual Video Music Awards), MTV, 1992. Presenter, The 1992 Billboard Music Awards, Fox, 1992. Presenter, The 1992 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 1992. Host, The 1993 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 1993. Presenter, The Essence Awards, CBS, 1993. The Seventh Annual American Comedy Awards, ABC, 1993. The Seventh Annual Soul Train Music Awards, syndicated, 1993. The Essence Awards, Fox, 1994. The 27th Annual NAACP Image Awards (also known as 27th NAACP Image Awards), Fox, 1996. The 23rd Annual People’s Choice Awards, CBS, 1997. (Uncredited) Presenter, The 2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, Fox, 2000. Presenter, Nickelodeon’s 14th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards (also known as Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards), Nickelodeon, 2001. E! Entertainer of the Year 2001, E! Entertainment Television, 2001. (In archive footage) The Comedians’ Comedian, Channel 4, 2005. The 79th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2007. The 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2007. The Teen Choice Awards 2007 (also known as Teen Choice Awards 2007 and The 2007 Teen Choice Awards), Fox, 2007. Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2008 (also known as Nickelodeon’s ⬙2008 Kids’ Choice Awards⬙), Nickelodeon, 2008. Presenter, The 81st Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2009.

(In archive footage) Himself, Television’s Christmas Classics, CBS, 1994. Himself, When Stars Were Kids, NBC, c. 1994. (In archive footage) Himself, 50 Years of Funny Females (also known as Fifty Years of Funny Females), ABC, 1995. (In archive footage) Himself, 20 Years of Comedy on HBO, HBO, 1995. Himself, Who Makes You Laugh? (also known as What Makes You Laugh?), ABC, 1995. (In archive footage) Himself, Classic Stand–Up Comedy of Television, NBC, 1996. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Himself, Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary (also known as Saturday Night Live 25, Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary Primetime Special, and SNL25: 25 Years of Laughs), NBC, 1999. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Buckwheat, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Commercial Parodies, NBC, 1999, updated versions, 2005 and 2009. Himself, Creating a Fairy Tale World: The Making of ⬙Shrek,⬙ 2001. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Gumby, Saturday Night Live Christmas 2002 (also known as Saturday Night Live: Christmas Special), NBC, 2002. (In archive footage) Himself, 50 Most Awesomely Bad Songs ѧ Ever, VH1, 2004. (In archive footage) Himself, Mouthing Off: 51 Greatest Smartasses, Comedy Central, 2004. (In archive footage) Various characters, Saturday Night Live in the ’80s: Lost & Found, NBC, 2005. Himself, Barbara Walters Oscar Special, ABC, 2007. (In archive footage) Himself, Celebrity A–List Bloopers, ABC and CTV, 2007. Himself, Dreamgirls: Divas, Drama, and Destiny, VH1, 2007. (In archive footage) Himself, DR2 tema: Arven fra DINS, Danmarks Radio 2, 2007. Himself, Eddie Murphy: The Making of Delirious, MyNetworkTV, 2007. Himself, Live from the Red Carpet: The 2007 Golden Globe Awards, E! Entertainment Television, 2007. (Uncredited) Himself (audience member), The World Awaits: De La Hoya vs. Mayweather, HBO, 2007. (In archive footage) Professor Sherman Klump, Maquillando entre monstruos, Canal+Espana, 2007. Voice of Donkey, Shrek the Halls (animated; also known as Shrek Christmas Special), ABC, 2007. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Himself, Saturday Night Live: Just Shorts, NBC, 2009. (In archive footage) Comedy Central Roast of Joan Rivers, Comedy Central, 2009. Appeared in other programs.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, The Big Laff Off (also known as The Big Laff– Off), Showtime, 1981. Host, ⬙Eddie Murphy/Lionel Richie⬙ (episode sometimes known as ⬙The Eddie Murphy Show⬙), Saturday

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Night Live (also known as The Albert Brooks Show, The Best of Saturday Night Live, NBC’s ⬙Saturday Night,⬙ Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live ’80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1982. Guest star, ⬙George McGovern/Madness,⬙ Saturday Night Live (also known as The Albert Brooks Show, The Best of Saturday Night Live, NBC’s ⬙Saturday Night,⬙ Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live ’80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1984. (Uncredited) Various characters, ⬙SNL Film Festival,⬙ Saturday Night Live (also known as The Albert Brooks Show, The Best of Saturday Night Live, NBC’s ⬙Saturday Night,⬙ Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live ’80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1985. Himself, Ebony/Jet Showcase, syndicated, 1992. ⬙Addicted to Fame,⬙ First Person with Maria Shriver, NBC, 1994. Himself, Cinema tres (also known as Informatiu cinema), Televisio de Catalunya, 1996. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Billy Ray Valentine, ⬙Don Ameche: Hollywood’s Class Act,⬙ Biography (also known as A&E Biography: Don Ameche), Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Himself, ⬙Creating a Fairy Tale: The Making of ⬘Shrek,’⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2001. Himself, ⬙Filmen ⬘Shrek,’⬙ Nyhetsmorgon, TV4 Sweden, 2001. Himself, ⬙The Making of ⬘Dr. Dolittle 2,’⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2001. Himself, ⬙African Americans in Television,⬙ Inside TV Land (also known as Inside TV Land: African Americans in Television), TV Land, 2002. Himself, ⬙I Spy,⬙ Comedy Central Canned Ham (also known as Canned Ham, Canned Ham: I Spy, Canned Ham Presents: ⬙I Spy,⬙ Comedy Central’s ⬙Canned Ham: I Spy,⬙ and Reel Comedy), Comedy Central, 2002. Himself, ⬙I Spy,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2002. Himself, ⬙Luther Vandross,⬙ Journeys in Black, Black Entertainment Television, 2002. Himself, ⬙The Making of ⬘Showtime,’⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2002. Himself, ⬙Nick Takes over Hollywood,⬙ The Nick Cannon Show, Nickelodeon, 2002. (In archive footage) Himself, ⬙VH1’s ⬘One–Hit Wonders Presents: Star Tracks,’⬙ One–Hit Wonders, VH1, 2003. (In archive footage) Himself, E’s ⬙101 Most Shocking Moments in Entertainment⬙ (also known as E’s ⬙101,⬙ 101 Most ѧ, and 101 Most Shocking Moments in Entertainment), E! Entertainment Television, 2003. Himself, Tinseltown TV (also known as Tinseltown.TV), International Channel, 2003. Himself, ⬙Shrek 2: Twice upon a Time,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2004. Voice of Donkey, ⬙Donkey,⬙ Father of the Pride (animated), NBC, 2004. Voice of Donkey, ⬙Shrek,⬙ VH1 Goes Inside (also known as VH1 Goes Inside: Shrek), VH1, 2004.

(In archive footage) Himself, Celebrities Uncensored, E! Entertainment Television, 2004. (In archive footage) Himself, E’s ⬙101 Most Unforgettable SNL Moments⬙ (also known as E’s ⬙101,⬙ 101 Most ѧ, and 101 Most Unforgettable SNL Moments), E! Entertainment Television, 2004. (Uncredited) Himself, ⬙Series Finale,⬙ The Contender, NBC, 2005. Himself, ⬙The Making of ⬘Dreamgirls,’⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2006. Himself, Corazon de ѧ, Television Espanola, 2006. Himself, Inside Edition, syndicated, 2006. Himself, Inside the Actors Studio (also known as Inside the Actors Studio: The Craft of Theatre and Film), Bravo, 2006. Himself, ⬙The Making of ⬘Shrek the Third,’⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2007. Himself, ⬙Norbit,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2007. (In archive footage) Voice of Donkey, ⬙Premiere paa Shrek the Third og The Simpsons Movie,⬙ Planet Voice, The Voice TV, 2007. Himself, CMT Insider, Country Music Television, 2007. Himself, eTalk Daily (also known as eTalk and e–Talk Daily), CTV, multiple episodes in 2007. Himself, HypaSpace (also known as HypaSpace Daily and HypaSpace Weekly), Space, 2007. (In archive footage) Anderson Cooper 360 (also known as A.C.360), Cable News Network, 2007. Himself, Entertainment Tonight (also known as Entertainment This Week, E.T., ET Weekend, and This Week in Entertainment), syndicated, multiple episodes, beginning 2007. Himself, ⬙Eddie Murphy,⬙ Biography (also known as A&E Biography: Eddie Murphy), Arts and Entertainment, 2008. Himself, TMZ on TV (also known as TMZ), syndicated, 2008, 2009. Himself, ⬙America’s Next Top Model Is ѧ,⬙ America’s Next Top Model (also known as America’s Next Top Model 2, America’s Next Top Model with Tyra Banks, ANTM, and Top Model), The CW, 2009. Himself, ⬙Never Give a Sucker an Even Break: The Wiseguys,⬙ Make ’Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America (documentary; also known as Make ’Em Laugh), PBS, 2009. Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (also known as The Best of Carson), NBC, multiple episodes in 1982, 1983, 1987. Late Night with David Letterman, NBC, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1992. The Arsenio Hall Show (also known as Arsenio and Arsenio Hall), syndicated, multiple episodes in 1989. The Howard Stern Show (also known as The Howard Stern Summer Show), WWOR, 1990. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, 1992, 1996. Late Show with David Letterman (also known as The Late Show, Late Show Backstage, and Letterman), CBS, 1995, 1996, 1997. 208

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MURPHY Radio Appearances: Himself, The Lou Rawls Parade of Stars (telethon; also broadcast by multiple television networks; also known as Lou Rawls Parade of Stars), 1989. Himself, The Howard Stern Show (episodic; broadcast on television by WWOR; also known as The Howard Stern Summer Show), 1990. RECORDINGS Comedy Albums: Eddie Murphy Live, CBS, 1982. Eddie Murphy: Comedian (also known as Comedian), CBS, 1983. Eddie Murphy: Greatest Comedy Hits (live; also known as Eddie Murphy: Greatest Hits and Greatest Comedy Hits), Sony, 1997. All I Fuckin’ Know (comedy and music; also known as All I ⬙$%*Ⲇ@*Ⲇ⬙ Know), Sony Music Special Products, 1998.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Protester and James Brown, What’s Alan Watching? (also known as Outrageous and What’s Alan Watching Now?), CBS, 1989. Appeared in other programs. Television Creator and Executive Producer; Series: The Royal Family (also known as Chest Pains), CBS, 1991–92. The PJs (animated; also known as PJs: The Projects), Fox, 1999–2001.

Music Albums: How Could It Be?, CBS, 1985. So Happy, CBS, 1989. Love’s Alright, Motown, 1993. All I Fuckin’ Know (comedy and music; also known as All I ⬙$%*Ⲇ@*Ⲇ⬙ Know), Sony Music Special Products, 1998.

Television Executive Producer; Movies: The Kid Who Loved Christmas (also known as The Boy Who Loved Christmas), syndicated, 1990.

Music Albums; with Others: (Vocal contributor) Joe Piscopo, New Jersey, Columbia, 1982. Dreamgirls (soundtrack), Sony, 2006.

Television Executive Producer; Specials: Eddie Murphy Delirious (also known as Delirious), HBO, 1983. Television Creator; Pilots: Character creator, ⬙Coming to America,⬙ CBS Summer Playhouse, CBS, 1989. The Royal Family (also known as Chest Pains), CBS, 1991.

Comedy Album Producer: Eddie Murphy Live, CBS, 1982. Eddie Murphy: Comedian (also known as Comedian), CBS, 1983. Executive producer, Eddie Murphy: Greatest Comedy Hits (live; also known as Eddie Murphy: Greatest Hits and Greatest Comedy Hits), Sony, 1997. All I Fuckin’ Know (comedy and music; also known as All I ⬙$%*Ⲇ@*Ⲇ⬙ Know), Sony Music Special Products, 1998.

Television Executive Producer; Pilots: ⬙Coming to America,⬙ CBS Summer Playhouse, CBS, 1989. What’s Alan Watching? (also known as Outrageous and What’s Alan Watching Now?), CBS, 1989. Clippers, CBS, 1991. The Royal Family (also known as Chest Pains), CBS, 1991. Move the Crowd, 1992.

Music Album Producer: So Happy, CBS, 1989. Love’s Alright, Motown, 1993. All I Fuckin’ Know (comedy and music; also known as All I ⬙$%*Ⲇ@*Ⲇ⬙ Know), Sony Music Special Products, 1998.

Stage Appearances: Performed as a stand–up comedian at Richard M. Dixon’s White House, Long Island, NY, the Comic Strip, and various venues, including clubs in New York City and the San Francisco, CA area; worked as an performer in and emcee for talent shows.

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Singles: Singles include ⬙Boogie in Your Butt⬙/⬙No More Tears,⬙ 1982; (with Crystal Blake) ⬙How Could It Be?,⬙ 1985; ⬙Party All the Time,⬙ 1985; ⬙Put Your Mouth on Me,⬙ 1989; ⬙Til the Money’s Gone,⬙ 1989; ⬙Desdemona,⬙ 1993; (with Shabba Ranks) ⬙I Was a King,⬙ Sony, 1993; ⬙Whatzupwitu⬙ (some sources spell title as ⬙Whazzupwitu⬙), featuring Michael Jackson, Motown, 1993. Also recorded ⬙The Honeymooners Rap,⬙ 1985 with Joe Piscopo and with D.S.T. (sometimes uncredited; portrayed the character of Ed Norton).

Video Work: Executive producer, The Best of Eddie Murphy: Saturday Night Live, Paramount Home Video, 1989. Video Games: Voice of Donkey, Shrek: Smash n’ Crash Racing, Activision, 2006.

Music Videos: Appeared in ⬙Party All the Time,⬙ featuring Rick James, 1985; (with Crystal Blake) ⬙How Could It Be?,⬙ c. 1986 (some sources cite 1985); ⬙Put Your Mouth on Me,⬙ 1989; ⬙We Shall Be Free⬙ by Garth Brooks, 1992; ⬙Remember the Time⬙ by Michael Jackson, 1992; ⬙Desdemona,⬙ 1993; (with Shabba Ranks) ⬙I Was a King,⬙ 1993; ⬙Whatzupwitu⬙ (some sources spell title as ⬙Whazzupwitu⬙), featuring Michael Jackson, 1993; ⬙I’m a Believer⬙ (first version: film) by Smash Mouth, 2001.

WRITINGS Screenplays: (And opening sketch with Keenen Ivory Wayans) Eddie Murphy Raw (concert film; also known as Raw and Raw: The Concert Movie), Paramount, 1987. Harlem Nights, Paramount, 1989. (With Charles Q. Murphy [as Charles Murphy], Jay Scherick, and David Ronn) Norbit (also known as Mad Fat Wife), Paramount, 2007.

Videos: (In archive footage) Himself and various characters, The Best of Eddie Murphy: Saturday Night Live, Paramount Home Video, 1989. Pharaoh, ⬙Remember the Time⬙ (music video), Dangerous: The Short Films (also known as Michael Jackson—Dangerous: The Short Films), 1993. Pharaoh, ⬙Remember the Time⬙ (music video), History (also known as Michael Jackson: Video Greatest Hits—HIStory), Epic Music Video, 1994. (In archive footage) Himself and various characters, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Eddie Murphy, NBC Studios/Trimark Video, 1998. Himself, Celebrities Caught on Camera: Volume 1, 1999. (In archive footage) Mister Robinson, Saturday Night Live Christmas (also known as Saturday Night Live Christmas Past), Trimark Video, 1999. Voice of Donkey, Shrek in the Swamp Karaoke Dance Party (animated short film), DreamWorks, 2001. (In archive footage) Himself and Detective Axel Foley, Beverly Hills Cop: The Phenomenon Begins (short documentary), Paramount Home Video, 2002. (And in archive footage) Himself and Kelly Robinson, I Spy: The Slugafest (short documentary), Columbia/ TriStar Home Entertainment, 2003. Himself, Meet the Cast of Shrek 2 (short documentary), DreamWorks Home Entertainment, 2004. Voice of Donkey, Far Far Away Idol, DreamWorks Home Entertainment, 2004. Himself, Building the Dream (documentary), DreamWorks Home Entertainment, 2007. (In archive footage) Himself, Insider Trading: The Making of ⬙Trading Places⬙ (short documentary), Paramount Home Video, 2007.

Author of the story and screenplay for My Baby’s Mother, Buena Vista; author of the screenplay Saddlesore. Screenplays; Stories for Films: (With Robert D. Wachs) Beverly Hills Cop II (based on characters by Danilo Bach and Daniel Petrie, Jr.), Paramount, 1987. Coming to America (also known as Prince in New York), Paramount, 1988. (As Fred Braughton) Another 48 Hrs. (based on characters by Roger Spottiswoode, Walter Hill, Larry Gross, and Steven E. de Souza; also known as Another 48 Hours), Paramount, 1990. Boomerang, Paramount, 1992. (With Vernon Lynch and Charles Q. Murphy) Vampire in Brooklyn (also known as Wes Craven’s ⬙Vampire in Brooklyn⬙), Paramount, 1995. (With Charles Q. Murphy [as Charles Murphy]) Norbit (also known as Mad Fat Wife), Paramount, 2007. Author of the story and screenplay for My Baby’s Mother, Buena Vista. Film Music: (With others) Song ⬙Raw,⬙ Eddie Murphy Raw (concert film; also known as Raw and Raw: The Concert Movie), Paramount, 1987. 210

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Teleplays; Specials: (With others) The Best of the Big Laff Off (also known as The Best of the Big Laff–Off), 1983. Eddie Murphy Delirious (also known as Delirious), HBO, 1983.

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Teleplays; with Others; Episodic: The Big Laff Off (also known as The Big Laff–Off), Showtime, 1981. Saturday Night Live (also known as The Albert Brooks Show, The Best of Saturday Night Live, NBC’s ⬙Saturday Night,⬙ Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live ’80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, c. 1982–84.

Books: Almanac of Famous People, 9th edition, Thomson Gale, 2007. Contemporary Black Biography, Volume 61, Gale, 2007. Davis, Judith, The Unofficial Eddie Murphy Scrapbook, New American Library, 1984. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 3: Actors and Actresses, 4th edition, St. James Press, 2000. Koenig, Teresa, and Rivian Bell, Eddie Murphy, Lerner Publications, 1985. Notable Black American Men, Gale, 1998. Ruuth, Marianne, Eddie: Eddie Murphy from A to Z, Holloway House Publishing Company, 1985. St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, five volumes, St. James Press, 2000. Sanello, Frank, Eddie Murphy: The Life and Times of a Comic on the Edge, Carol Publishing Group, 1997. Wilborn, Deborah A., Eddie Murphy, Black Americans of Achievement series, Chelsea House Publications, 1993.

Created material that has appeared in other programs; with others, composed songs that have appeared in television programs, films, and videos. Writings for the Stage: Created material for stand–up comedy routines at Richard M. Dixon’s White House, Long Island, NY, the Comic Strip, and various venues, including clubs in New York City and the San Francisco, CA area; created material as a performer in and emcee for talent shows. Comedy Albums: Eddie Murphy Live, CBS, 1982. (And composer) Eddie Murphy: Comedian (also known as Comedian), CBS, 1983. Eddie Murphy: Greatest Comedy Hits (live; also known as Eddie Murphy: Greatest Hits and Greatest Comedy Hits), Sony, 1997. All I Fuckin’ Know (comedy and music; also known as All I ⬙$%*Ⲇ@*Ⲇ⬙ Know), Sony Music Special Products, 1998.

Periodicals: American Film, December, 1987; September, 1988. Club International, November, 1987, pp. 30–32. Commentary, March, 1985. Contra Costa Times, June 19, 2009. Ebony, July, 1985; July, 1988; January, 1990; June, 1994, pp. 100–02. Empire, issue 46, 1993, p. 46; issue 88, 1996, pp. 84– 86, 88, 90; October, 1997, p. 199. Entertainment Weekly, December 18, 1992, p. 18; November 8, 1996, p. 77; June 19, 1998, p. 47; July 10, 1998, p. 48. Esquire, December, 1985. Films and Filming, December, 1984. Flicks, August, 1998, p. 30. GQ, July, 1992. Interview, September, 1987, p. 60. Jet, March 18, 1985; June 13, 1994, p. 56; January 20, 1997, p. 10; May 19, 1997, p. 17. Movieline, October, 1996. Moving Pictures, August, 2006, p. 63. New Statesman, July 31, 1998, p. 42. Newsweek, January 3, 1983, pp. 46–48; June 20, 1983; January 7, 1985; July 1, 1996. New York, January 11, 1988. New York Post, June 18, 1996.

Music Albums; with Others: How Could It Be?, CBS, 1985. So Happy, CBS, 1989. Love’s Alright, Motown, 1993. All I Fuckin’ Know (comedy and music; also known as All I ⬙$%*Ⲇ@*Ⲇ⬙ Know), Sony Music Special Products, 1998. Singles; with Others: Wrote ⬙Boogie in Your Butt,⬙ 1982; (with Rick James and Rusty Hamilton) ⬙How Could It Be?,⬙ 1985; (with James) ⬙Party All the Time,⬙ 1985; ⬙Put Your Mouth on Me,⬙ 1989; ⬙Til the Money’s Gone,⬙ 1989; ⬙Desdemona,⬙ 1993; ⬙I Was a King,⬙ Sony, 1993; ⬙Whatzupwitu⬙ (some sources spell title as ⬙Whazzupwitu⬙), featuring Michael Jackson, Motown, 1993. Writings for Videos; with Others: The Best of Eddie Murphy: Saturday Night Live, Paramount Home Video, 1989. 211

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New York Times, October 26, 1981; March 10, 1985; December 19, 1987; January 10, 1988; February 22, 1988; June 25, 2009, p. C1. People Weekly, April 13, 1987; August 8, 1988, p. 76; January 27, 1997, p. 22; January 21, 2008, p. 112; February 4, 2008, p. 73. Photoplay, May, 1985. Playboy, January, 1983, pp. 146–48, 154, 208–10; February, 1990, pp. 47–68. Premiere, January, 1992; August, 1992, p. 54. Radio Times, September 28, 1996. Rolling Stone, April 12, 1984; July 2, 1987, pp. 27–29; August 24, 1989, p. 50. Sepia, May, 1982, pp. 21–23, 28–30. Time, June 12, 1983; July 11, 1983; June 25, 1990. Time Out, December 1, 1983; July 6, 1988; August 28, 1996. USA Today, September 14, 1994; March 13, 2009, p. 9D. Vanity Fair, June, 1984. Variety, March 15, 1993; October 12, 1998, p. 39. Washington Post, December 8, 1982.

league baseball teams, including the St. Paul Saints, Fort Myers Miracle, Charleston Riverdogs, Valley Renegades, Evansville Otters, and Brockton Rox, and operators of the Portland Beavers). Participated in golf tournaments. Worked as a golf caddy and at a pizza parlor. Member: Screen Actors Guild, Writers Guild of America, East, Directors Guild of America. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award, outstanding writing in a comedy–variety or music series, 1977, and Emmy Award nomination, outstanding comedy–variety or music program, 1979, both with others, for Saturday Night Live; Genie Award nomination, best foreign actor, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 1980, for Meatballs; named ShoWest male star of the year, National Association of Theatre Owners, 1984; named Hasty Pudding Theatricals man of the year, Harvard University, 1985; Jack Benny Award for excellence in entertainment (also known as UCLA Jack Benny Award for Comedy), University of California, Los Angeles, c. 1985; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture— comedy/musical, 1985, for Ghostbusters; Saturn Award nomination, best actor, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, 1990, for Scrooged; MTV Movie Award nomination, best comedic performance, 1992, for What about Bob?; MTV Movie Award nomination, best comedic performance, 1993, and Saturn Award nomination, best actor, 1994, both for Groundhog Day, Murray’s performance as Phil Connors in Groundhog Day was named one of the 100 greatest performances of all time, Premiere magazine, 2006; Annual Comedy Performer Award, Sons of the Desert, 1997; named one of the top 100 movie stars of all time, Empire, 1997; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, best supporting actor, 1998, for Rushmore and Wild Things; New York Film Critics Circle Award, best supporting actor, 1998, Independent Spirit Award, best supporting male, Independent Features Project/West, Golden Satellite Award, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a motion picture— comedy or musical, International Press Academy, National Society of Film Critics Award, best supporting actor, American Comedy Award, funniest supporting actor in a motion picture, Lone Star Film and Television Award, best supporting actor, Dallas/Fort Worth Film Critics Association and Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Film Commission, Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a motion picture, and Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, best supporting actor, all 1999, all for Rushmore; Golden Satellite Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role, comedy or musical, 2000, for Cradle Will Rock; Chlotrudis Award nomination, best supporting actor, 2000, for Cradle Will Rock and Rushmore; American Comedy Award nomination, funniest male performer in a televi-

MURRAY, Bill 1950– (Billy Murray, William Murray) PERSONAL Full name, William James Murray; born September 21, 1950, in Wilmette (some sources cite Evanston), IL; son of Edward J. (in lumber sales) and Lucille (a mail room clerk) Murray; brother of Brian Doyle–Murray (an actor), John Murray (an actor), and Joel Murray (an actor and comedy writer); married Margaret ⬙Mickey⬙ Kelly, January 24, 1980 (divorced, 1996); married Jennifer Butler (a costume designer), July 4, 1997 (divorced, June 13, 2008); children: (first marriage) Homer, Luke; (second marriage) Caleb, Jackson, Cooper, Lincoln. Education: Attended Regis College, Denver, CO; studied history and philosophy at the Universite Paris Sorbonne–Paris IV (also known as The Sorbonne); studied comedy at Second City Workshop, Chicago, IL. Avocational Interests: Golf, baseball, football, basketball. Addresses: Contact—Anchin, Block & Anchin, 1375 Broadway, New York, NY 10018. Career: Actor, comedian, writer, director, and producer. Founder and leader of an improvisational acting troupe, New York City, beginning 1986; performed with Second City improvisational comedy group, Chicago, IL; and performer at various venues. Murray Brothers Caddyshack (restaurant), St. Augustine, FL, cofounder, 2001; partner of Goldklang Group (owners of minor 212

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 sion special (leading or supporting)—network, cable, or syndication, 2000, for Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary; Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite supporting actor—action, 2001, for Charlie’s Angels; Phoenix Film Critics Society Award nomination (with others), best acting ensemble, 2002, for The Royal Tenenbaums; New York Film Critics Circle Award, San Francisco Film Critics Circle Award, Washington, DC Area Film Critics Association Award, Boston Society of Film Critics Award, Seattle Film Critics Award, and Southeastern Film Critics Association Award, all best actor, and Toronto Film Critics Association Award, best performance, male, all 2003, Golden Globe Award, best performance by an actor in a motion picture— musical or comedy, Golden Satellite Award, best performance by an actor in a motion picture, comedy or musical, National Society of Film Critics Award, Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, Chicago Film Critics Association Award, and Online Film Critics Society Award, all best actor, Independent Spirit Award, best male lead, Film Award, best performance by an actor in a leading role, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Comedy Film Honor, best performance in a comedy film, U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, Academy Award nomination, best actor in a leading role, Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, outstanding performance by a male actor in a leading role, Critics Choice Award nomination, best actor, Broadcast Film Critics Association awards, Phoenix Film Critics Society Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a leading role, Chlotrudis Award nomination, best actor, Audience Award nomination, best international actor, Irish Film and Television awards, London Critics Circle Film Award nomination, actor of the year, MTV Movie Award nomination, best male performance, and MTV Movie Award nomination (Mexico), funniest American in Japan, all 2004, and Sant Jordi Award, best foreign actor, 2005, all for Lost in Translation; Murray’s character of Carl Spackler in the film Caddyshack was named one of the 100 greatest characters of all time, Premiere magazine, 2004; Golden Satellite Award nomination, best actor in a motion picture, comedy or musical, and Critics Choice Award nomination (with others), best acting ensemble, Broadcast Film Critics Association awards, both 2005, for The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou; Satellite Award nomination, outstanding actor in a motion picture, comedy or musical, International Press Academy, 2005, for Broken Flowers.

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(Uncredited) Nick Kessel, Next Stop, Greenwich Village, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1976. Tripper Harrison, Meatballs (also known as Summer Camp and Arrete de ramer, t’es sur le sable), Paramount, 1977. The Dogs, 1978. Man on the street, Mr. Mike’s Mondo Video, New Line Cinema, 1979. Carl Spackler, Caddyshack, Warner Bros., 1980. Hunter S. Thompson, Where the Buffalo Roam, Universal, 1980. Lefty Schwartz, Loose Shoes (also known as Coming Attractions and Quackers), Atlantic Releasing, 1980. John Winger, Stripes, Columbia, 1981. (Uncredited) Jeff Slater, Tootsie (also known as Would I Lie to You?), Columbia, 1982. Voice of dragon for English version, Le chainon manquant (animated; also known as B.C. Rock, The Missing Link, and De ontbrekende schakel), originally released in 1980, dubbed version, Almi Pictures, 1984. Dr. Peter Venkman, Ghostbusters (also known as Ghost Busters), Columbia, 1984. Larry Darrell, The Razor’s Edge, Columbia, 1984. Ted Breughel (lunar cruise director), Nothing Lasts Forever, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1984. Arthur Denton, Little Shop of Horrors (musical), Warner Bros., 1986. (Uncredited) Himself, She’s Having a Baby, Paramount, 1988. Frank Xavier Cross, Scrooged, Paramount, 1988. Dr. Peter Venkman, Ghostbusters II (also known as Ghostbusters 2, Ghostbusters II: River of Slime, and The Last of the Ghostbusters), Columbia, 1989. Grimm, Quick Change, Warner Bros., 1990. Bob ⬙Bobby⬙ Wiley, What about Bob?, Buena Vista, 1991. Frank Milo, Mad Dog and Glory, Universal, 1993. Phil Connors, Groundhog Day, Columbia, 1993. John ⬙Bunny⬙ Breckenridge, Ed Wood, Buena Vista, 1994. Himself, Space Jam (live action and animated; also known as Basket Spatial), Warner Bros., 1996. Ernie McCracken, Kingpin, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1996. Jack Corcoran, Larger than Life (also known as Large as Life and Nickel and Dime), Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1996. Wallace ⬙Wally⬙ Ritchie (title role), The Man Who Knew Too Little (also known as Agent Null Null Nix, Watch That Man, and Agent Null Null Nix— Bill Murray in hirnloser Mission), Warner Bros., 1997. Herman J. Blume, Rushmore (also known as The World of Max the Genius), Buena Vista, 1998. Kenneth ⬙Ken⬙ Bowden, Wild Things (also known as Sexcrimes, Sex Crimes, and wildthings), Columbia, 1998.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Voice for English version, Tarzoon, la honte de la jungle (animated; also known as Jungle Burger, Shame of the Jungle, Tarzoon: Shame of the Jungle, and La honte de la jungle), originally released in France, Fox–Lira, 1975, dubbed version released as Shame of the Jungle, Cinepix Film Properties, 1976, dubbed version, International Harmony, 1979. 213

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Maurice Melnick, With Friends Like These ѧ (also known as Mom’s on the Roof and With Friends Like These), 1998, Miramax, 1999. Jack Vardell, Scout’s Honor (short film), 1999. Tommy Crickshaw, Cradle Will Rock, Buena Vista, 1999. Himself, Michael Jordan to the Max (documentary), IMAX/Giant Screen Sports, 2000. John Bosley (J. D. Range), Charlie’s Angels (also known as Charlie’s Angels: The Movie and 3 Engel fuer Charlie), Columbia, 2000. Polonius, Hamlet, Miramax, 2000. Ezri Stovall, Speaking of Sex, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2001. Frank Detorre, Osmosis Jones (live action and animated; also known as Bacteria Wars), Warner Bros., 2001. Raleigh St. Clair, The Royal Tenenbaums, Buena Vista, 2001. Bob Harris, Lost in Translation, Focus Features, 2003. Himself, ⬙Delirium,⬙ part of Coffee and Cigarettes, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 2004. Himself, This Old Cub (documentary), Emerging Pictures, 2004. Steve Zissou, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (also known as Life Aquatic, The Life Aquatic, and Untitled Wes Anderson Project), Buena Vista, 2004. Voice of title role, Garfield (live action and animated; also known as Garfield: The Movie), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2004. The Wedding Contract, Premiere Marketing & Distribution, c. 2004. Don Johnston, Broken Flowers (also known as Dead Flowers and Untitled Jim Jarmusch Project), Focus Features, 2005. Voice of Garfield, Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties (live action and animated; also known as Garfield 2), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2006. The writer, The Lost City (also known as Adieu Cuba), Magnolia Pictures, 2006. The businessman, The Darjeeling Limited (also known as Darjeeling Limited), Fox Searchlight Pictures, 2007. Agent 13, Get Smart (also known as Maxwell Smart— Agent 86), Warner Bros., 2008. Himself, FCU: Fact Checkers Unit (short film), 2008. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Himself, Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson (documentary), Magnolia Pictures, 2008. Mayor Cole, City of Ember, Fox–Walden, 2008. American, The Limits of Control (also known as No Limits No Control), Focus Features, 2009. Himself, Zombieland, Columbia, 2009. Frank Quinn, Get Low, Sony Pictures Classics, 2009. Voice of Badger, The Fantastic Mr. Fox (animated), Fox Searchlight Pictures/Twentieth Century–Fox, 2009. Narrator, Ballhawks (documentary), c. 2009. Voice of Mr. Alligator, Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil (animated; also known as Hoodwinked 2), The Weinstein Company, 2010.

According to some sources, appeared as a lounge singer in Ocean’s Eleven (also known as 11, Ocean’s 11, and O11), Warner Bros., 2001. Film Work: Performer of theme song, ⬙The Best Thing (Love Song),⬙ Polyester, New Line Cinema, 1981. Codirector and coproducer, Quick Change, Warner Bros., 1990. Performer of songs that have appeared in films, television programs, and videos. Some sources cite work on other projects. Television Appearances; Series: Member of the ensemble, Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell, ABC, 1975–76. Member of the ensemble, Saturday Night Live (also known as The Albert Brooks Show, The Best of Saturday Night Live, NBC’s ⬙Saturday Night,⬙ Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live ’80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1977–80. anchor of Weekend Update segment, 1978–80. Various characters, Twilight Theater (also known as Steve Martin’s ⬙Twilight Theater⬙), NBC, 1982. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Himself, The Sweet Spot, Comedy Central, 2002. Himself, NYC TV Presents (documentary), NYC TV, 2005. Television Appearances; Specials: (As Billy Murray) Himself, TVTV Goes to the Superbowl (also known as Superbowl, Super Bowl, Top Value Television, and TVTV), public television, 1976. Himself, TVTV Looks at the Academy Awards (also known as Top Value Television and TVTV), public television, 1976. Himself, Things We Did Last Summer (also known as Saturday Night Live: Things We Did Last Summer), NBC, 1978. Bill Murray the K, The Rutles: All You Need Is Cash (also known as All You Need Is Cash and The Rutles), NBC, 1978. Himself, Bill Murray Live from the Second City, 1980. Bytes, Steve Martin’s Best Show Ever, NBC, 1981. Various characters, The Rodney Dangerfield Special: It’s Not Easy Bein’ Me (also known as The Rodney Dangerfield Show and The Rodney Dangerfield Show: It’s Not Easy Bein’ Me), ABC, 1982. Second City: 25 Years in Revue, 1985. Himself, Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes All–Star 50th Anniversary (also known as Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes All–Star 50th Anniversary Special and Looney Tunes 50th Anniversary), CBS, 1986. Himself, Premiere: Inside the Summer Blockbusters, Fox, 1989. 214

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 101 (In archive footage) Himself, Saturday Night Live: 15th Anniversary, NBC, 1989. Late Night with David Letterman Eighth Anniversary Special, NBC, 1990. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Various characters, Saturday Night Live Goes Commercial (also known as The Best of Saturday Night Live: SNL Goes Commercial), NBC, 1991. (Uncredited; and in archive footage) Matt and Walter Cronkite, Saturday Night Live: Presidential Bash (also known as Saturday Night Live’s ⬙Presidential Bash⬙), NBC, 1992. Late Night with David Letterman: 10th Anniversary, NBC, 1992. The Second Annual Saturday Night Live Mother’s Day Special, NBC, 1993. Oops! The World’s Funniest Outtakes 4, Fox, 1996. (And in archive footage) Himself, Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary (also known as Saturday Night Live 25, Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary Primetime Special, and SNL25: 25 Years of Laughs), NBC, 1999. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Various characters, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Steve Martin, NBC, 1999. (In archive footage) Various characters, SNL: 25 Years of Music, NBC, 1999. (In archive footage) Saturday Night Live: The Best of Commercial Parodies, NBC, 1999, updated versions, 2005 and 2009. (Uncredited; and in archive footage) Richard Dawson, Saturday Night Live: Game Show Parodies, NBC, 2000. The Story Behind: Caddyshack, NBC, 2001. Himself, Focus on Bill Murray, Independent Film Channel, 2002. (In archive footage) Himself, Gilda Radner’s Greatest Moments, ABC, 2002. (In archive footage) Himself, SNL Remembers John Belushi, NBC, 2002. (In archive footage) Bill Murray the K, The Rutles 2: Can’t Buy Me Lunch, NBC, 2002. (In archive footage) Himself, Mouthing Off: 51 Greatest Smartasses, Comedy Central, 2004. (In archive footage) Himself, Whose Curse Is Worse? Red Sox and Cubs on Trial, ESPN, 2004. (In archive footage) Himself, Live from New York: The First Five Years of Saturday Night Live (also known as SNL: The First Five Years), NBC, 2005. (In archive footage) Various characters, Saturday Night Live in the ’80s: Lost & Found, NBC, 2005. Himself, Buy the Ticket, Take the Ride: Hunter S. Thompson on Film (documentary), Starz!, 2006. Himself, Legends: Rodney Dangerfield, Comedy Central, 2006. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Walter Cronkite, Saturday Night Live in the ’90s: Pop Culture Nation, NBC, 2007. (In archive footage) Himself, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN–TV and the Chicago Cubs, WGN–TV, 2008.

MURRAY (In archive footage; sometimes billed as William Murray) Walter Cronkite and himself, Saturday Night Live Presidential Bash ’08, NBC, 2008. Himself, Michael J. Fox: Adventures of an Incurable Optimist, ABC, 2009. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Neil Wasserheim, Saturday Night Live: Just Shorts, NBC, 2009. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards (also known as Sixth Annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards), Fox, 2000. Presenter, The 76th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2004. The 61st Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2004. The 2004 IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards, Bravo and Independent Film Channel, 2004. Presenter, The 15th Annual Gotham Awards, NYC TV, 2005. Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself and Nixon voter, ⬙Fear and Loathing in Gonzovision,⬙ Omnibus, BBC, 1978. Guest host, Saturday Night Live (also known as The Albert Brooks Show, The Best of Saturday Night Live, NBC’s ⬙Saturday Night,⬙ Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live ’80, SNL, and SNL 25), multiple episodes, 1981–99. Various roles, including Joe DiMaggio and Donny, ⬙The Days of the Week/Street Beef,⬙ SCTV Network 90 (also known as SCTV, SCTV Comedy Network, and SCTV Network), Canadian television and NBC, 1982. Mr. McNulty, ⬙No Substitutions,⬙ Square Pegs, CBS, 1983. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Himself, ⬙Disco Inferno—April 1, 1976,⬙ Quantum Leap, NBC, 1989. ⬙Gilda Radner: In Her Own Words,⬙ Biography (also known as A&E Biography: Gilda Radner), Arts and Entertainment, 1994. Voice of Geppetto, ⬙Pinocchio and the Golden Key,⬙ Mikhail Baryshnikov’s ⬙Stories from My Childhood⬙ (animated; also known as Stories from My Childhood), PBS, 1997. Himself, ⬙John Belushi,⬙ The E! True Hollywood Story (also known as John Belushi: The E! True Hollywood Story and THS), E! Entertainment Television, 1998. Himself, ⬙The Making of ⬘Charlie’s Angels,’⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2000. Himself, ⬙The Making of ⬘Osmosis Jones,’⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2001. (In archive footage) Himself, ⬙Saturday Night Live,⬙ TV Tales (also known as Saturday Night Live: TV Tales), NBC, 2002. Voices, ⬙Stowaway,⬙ Home Movies (animated; also known as Cine–Maniac), Cartoon Network, 2002.

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Himself, ⬙Episode 2,⬙ Banzai, Fox, 2003. (In archive footage) Himself, Celebrities Uncensored, E! Entertainment Television, 2003. Himself, E’s ⬙101 Most Shocking Moments in Entertainment⬙ (also known as E’s ⬙101,⬙ 101 Most ѧ, and 101 Most Shocking Moments in Entertainment), E! Entertainment Television, 2003. Himself, ⬙Filmen ⬘Lost in Translation,’⬙ Nyhetsmorgon, TV4 Sweden, 2004. Himself, ⬙The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou,⬙ Reel Comedy (also known as Canned Ham, Comedy Central Canned Ham, Comedy Central’s ⬙Canned Ham,⬙ and Reel Comedy: The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou), Comedy Central, 2004. Guest star, ⬙The Aviator; Guess Who; Meet the Fockers; The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou,⬙ Coming Attractions, E! Entertainment Television, 2004. Guest star, ⬙Special ⬘Dirty Love’ Edition,⬙ Coming Attractions, E! Entertainment Television, 2004. (In archive footage) Himself, E’s ⬙101 Most Unforgettable SNL Moments⬙ (also known as E’s ⬙101,⬙ 101 Most ѧ, and 101 Most Unforgettable SNL Moments), E! Entertainment Television, 2004. Himself, ⬙Cora vs. Simon: Hamburger⬙ (also known as ⬙Iron Chef Cat Cora vs. Kerry Simon⬙), Iron Chef America: The Series (also known as Top Chef), Food Network, 2005. Himself, ⬙Show 28—Garfield Is Back? (Part 1),⬙ The Matt Davidson Show, 2005. Voice of bartender, ⬙Deacon Stan, Jesus Man,⬙ American Dad! (animated; also known as American Dad), Fox, 2005. Himself, At the Movies (also known as Margaret & David at the Movies), Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2005. Himself, Caiga quien caiga, Telecino, 2005. (In archive footage) Himself, Cinema mil, Televisio de Catalunya, multiple episodes in 2005. Himself, Magacine, Canal+Espana, 2005. Himself, Starz on the Set: The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (also known as ⬙The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou,⬙ Starz on the Set), Starz!, 2005. (In archive footage) Don Johnston, Silenci?, Televisio de Catalunya, 2005. Himself, ⬙Bill Murray Bike 1,⬙ American Chopper: The Series (also known as American Chopper), Discovery Channel, 2006. Himself, ⬙Bill Murray Bike 2,⬙ American Chopper: The Series (also known as American Chopper), Discovery Channel, 2006. (In archive footage) Himself, ⬙Tribeca: Mysteries of New York’s Backlot Revealed,⬙ Secrets of New York, NYC TV, 2007. (And in archive footage) Himself, Entertainment Tonight (also known as Entertainment This Week, E.T., ET Weekend, and This Week in Entertainment), syndicated, 2007, 2008. (As William Murray) Himself, ⬙Episode 1,⬙ Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Thursday (also known as SNL Thursday Night Live), NBC, 2008.

⬙Episode 3—The F Word⬙ (also known as ⬙The F Word⬙), Backdrop NYC, NYC TV, 2008. (In archive footage) Himself, Red Eye, Fox News Channel, 2008. (In archive footage) John Winger, The O’Reilly Factor, Fox News Channel, 2008. ⬙Bill Murray,⬙ Elvis Mitchell: Under the Influence, TCM, 2008. Xpose, TV3 Television Network, 2009. Himself, Live from Studio Five (also known as Studio Five), Five, 2009. Himself, TMZ on TV (also known as TMZ), syndicated, 2009. Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: (Sometimes uncredited) Late Night with David Letterman, NBC, multiple episodes, 1982–93. The Oprah Winfrey Show (also known as Oprah and Oprah Winfrey Show), syndicated, 1989. The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (also known as The Best of Carson), NBC, 1989, 1990. Later with Bob Costas (also known as Later), NBC, 1992. Late Show with David Letterman (also known as The Late Show, Late Show Backstage, and Letterman), CBS, multiple episodes, beginning 1993. The Daily Show, Comedy Central, 1996, multiple episodes, 1997. The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, CBS, 1997. Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2008. ⬙Bill Murray and Heidi Klum,⬙ The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn (also known as The Late Late Show), CBS, 2004. ⬙Bill Murray,⬙ The Jane Pauley Show, syndicated, 2004. ⬙Chicago Tour,⬙ Dweezil & Lisa, Food Network, 2004. Today (also known as NBC News Today and The Today Show), NBC, 2008. Television Appearances; Pilots: Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell, ABC, 1975. The TV TV Show, NBC, 1977. Television Work; Miniseries: Segment producer and creative producer, The Sweet Spot, Comedy Central, 2002. Television Work; Specials: (As Billy Murray) Editor, TVTV Goes to the Superbowl (also known as Superbowl, Super Bowl, Top Value Television, and TVTV), public television, 1976. Theme song performer, Things We Did Last Summer (also known as Saturday Night Live: Things We Did Last Summer), NBC, 1978. Executive producer, Bill Murray Live from the Second City, 1980. 216

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Himself, Lost on Location: Behind the Scenes of ⬙Lost in Translation⬙ (short documentary; also known as Lost on Location), Universal Studios Home Video, 2004. Himself, Stars and Stripes 1 (short documentary), Columbia/TriStar Home Entertainment, 2004. Himself, Stars and Stripes 2 (short documentary), Columbia/TriStar Home Entertainment, 2004. Himself, This Is an Adventure (documentary), The Criterion Collection, 2005. Steve Zissou, Matthew Gray Gubler’s Life Aquatic Intern Journal (short documentary), The Criterion Collection, 2005. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Various characters, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Dan Aykroyd, Broadway Video, 2005. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Various characters, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Gilda Radner, Broadway Video/Lions Gate Films, 2005. (Uncredited) Himself, Broken Flowers: Start to Finish (short film), 2006.

Stage Appearances: The National Lampoon Show, New Palladium Theatre, New York City, 1975. Luther Billis, South Pacific (concert staging of musical), Lincoln Center, Vivian Beaumont Theater, New York City, 2000. Nick, The Guys, Flea Theater, New York City, 2002. Resurrection Blues (reading), New York City, 2004. Founder and leader of an improvisational acting troupe, New York City, beginning 1986; with others, performer with the Second City improvisational comedy group, Chicago, IL, and appeared in footage from Second City performances. Radio Appearances: Regular performer, The National Lampoon Radio Hour, several stations, 1973–74. Voice of Johnny Storm/the Human Torch, Marvel Comics’s ⬙Fantastic Four⬙ (also known as Fantastic Four and The Fantastic Four), syndicated, 1975.

Music Videos: Appeared in ⬙Ghostbusters⬙ by Ray Parker, Jr., 1984; ⬙Hot, Hot, Hot⬙ by Buster Poindexter, 1987; ⬙Put a Little Love in Your Heart⬙ by Annie Lennox and Al Green, 1988; ⬙On Our Own⬙ by Bobby Brown, 1989.

RECORDINGS Videos: Himself, On the Scene with the Ghostbusters (short documentary; also known as On the Scene with the Ghost Busters), Columbia, 1984. (In archive footage) Himself and various characters, The Best of John Belushi, Warner Home Video, 1985. (In archive footage) Himself and various characters, The Best of Dan Aykroyd, Warner Home Video, 1986. (In archive footage) Himself and various characters, The Best of Chevy Chase, Lorimar, 1987. Himself and various characters, The Best of Gilda Radner, Warner Home Video, 1989. (In archive footage) Himself, Ghostbusters’ SFX Team Featurette (short documentary), 1999. (In archive footage) Carl Spackler, Caddyshack: The 19th Hole (short documentary), Warner Home Video, 1999. Dr. Peter Venkman, Ghostbusters 1999 (short film), 1999. (In archive footage) Host, Saturday Night Live Christmas (also known as Saturday Night Live Christmas Past), Trimark Video, 1999. Himself, The Making of ⬙Rushmore⬙ (short documentary), The Criterion Collection, 2000. (And in archive footage) Himself and John Bosley (J. D. Range), Angelic Attire: Dressing Cameron, Drew & Lucy (short documentary), Columbia/TriStar Home Entertainment, 2000. (And in archive footage) Himself and John Bosley (J. D. Range), Getting G’d Up (short documentary), Columbia/TriStar Home Entertainment, 2000. Himself and John Bosley (J. D. Range), The Master and the Angels (short documentary), Columbia/TriStar Home Entertainment, 2000.

Video Games: Voice of Dr. Peter Venkman, Ghostbusters: The Video Game (also known as Ghostbusters, Ghost Busters, and Ghost Busters: The Video Game), Atari, 2009. WRITINGS Screenplays: (With John Byrum) The Razor’s Edge (based on a novel by W. Somerset Maugham), Columbia, 1984. Teleplays; with Others; Miniseries: The Sweet Spot, Comedy Central, 2002. Teleplays; Specials: (As Billy Murray; with others) TVTV Goes to the Superbowl (also known as Superbowl, Super Bowl, Top Value Television, and TVTV), public television, 1976. (With others) TVTV Looks at the Academy Awards (also known as Top Value Television and TVTV), public television, 1976. Bill Murray Live from the Second City, 1980. Wrote material that has appeared in television programs, films, and videos. 217

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Teleplays; with Others; Episodic: Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell, ABC, 1975–76. (Sometimes uncredited) Saturday Night Live (also known as The Albert Brooks Show, The Best of Saturday Night Live, NBC’s ⬙Saturday Night,⬙ Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live ’80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 1976–80.

International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 3: Actors and Actresses, 4th edition, St. James Press, 2000. Karlen, Neal, Slouching toward Fargo: A Saga of Sinners and St. Paul Saints at the Bottom of the Bush Leagues with Bill Murray, Darryl Strawberry, Dakota Sadie, and Me, Spike, 1999. Newsmakers, issue 4, Gale, 2002. St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, five volumes, St. James Press, 2000.

Teleplays; with Others; Pilots: Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell, ABC, 1975. The TV TV Show, NBC, 1977.

Periodicals: Biography, September, 1999, pp. 16–17. Chicago Tribune, October 8, 2008. Empire, October, 1997, p. 200. Entertainment Weekly, March 19, 1993, pp. 20–26; January 10, 1997, p. 66; November 21, 1997, p. 99; October 10, 2003, pp. 12–13; February 6, 2004, pp. 32–33. Film Comment, November/December, 1993, pp. 5–8; July, 2005, pp. 34–36. Interview, February, 1999, p. 50. Newsweek, November 11, 1996, p. 78. New York Times Magazine, November 20, 1988, pp. 39, 52–54, 94, 106; January 31, 1999. Parade, February 21, 1999, pp. 4–6. Photoplay, June, 1979, pp. 40, 82. Plain Dealer Sunday Magazine (Cleveland), April 4, 1999, p. 6. Playboy, November, 2003, pp. 126–27, 138–39. Premiere, August, 1990, pp. 57–64; August, 2003, pp. 82–86; April, 2004; December, 2004, pp. 168– 69; July/August, 2006. Rolling Stone, August 16, 1984; September 9, 2003, pp. 62–64. St. Paul Pioneer Press, June 25, 2009. Sport, October, 1997, pp. 86–89. Sports Illustrated, June 10, 2002, p. 25. Starlog, March, 1989, pp. 29–32. Time, March 8, 1993. Times (London), February 13, 2006; October 16, 2009. TV Guide, March 30, 2002, pp. 20–23. US, November 5, 1984, pp. 24–25. USA Today, October 30, 1996; December 22, 2004, pp. 1D–2D. Variety, September 14, 1998, pp. 33–35. Venice, March 16, 1993. Washington Post, December 24, 2004, pp. C1–C2.

Writings for the Stage; with Others: The National Lampoon Show, New Palladium Theatre, New York City, 1975. With others, created material for an improvisational acting troupe, New York City, beginning 1986; with others, created material for the Second City improvisational comedy group, Chicago, IL. Writings for the Radio; with Others: The National Lampoon Radio Hour, several stations, 1973–74. Writings for Videos; with Others: The Best of John Belushi, Warner Home Video, 1985. The Best of Dan Aykroyd, Warner Home Video, 1986. The Best of Chevy Chase, Lorimar, 1987. The Best of Gilda Radner, Warner Home Video, 1989. Saturday Night Live Christmas (also known as Saturday Night Live Christmas Past), Trimark Video, 1999. Saturday Night Live: The Best of Dan Aykroyd, Broadway Video, 2005. Saturday Night Live: The Best of Gilda Radner, Broadway Video/Lions Gate Films, 2005. Nonfiction: (With George Peper) Cinderella Story: My Life in Golf, Doubleday, 1999. OTHER SOURCES Books: Almanac of Famous People, 9th edition, Thomson Gale, 2007.

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NIVEN, Barbara 1953– (Barbara Lee Alexander, Barbara Lee Niven) PERSONAL Original name, Barbara Lee Buholz; born February 26, 1953, in Portland, OR; married second husband, David Niven, Jr. (a producer), June 19, 1993 (divorced, 1998); children: Jessica. Education: Studied acting with Milton Katselas at Beverly Hills Playhouse. Avocational Interests: Writing, Internet web design. Addresses: Agent—(theatrical) Pantheon Talent Agency, 1900 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 2840, Los Angeles, CA 90067–6241; (commercials) Commercial Talent Agency, 9225 Sunset Blvd., Suite 505, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Manager—Gail Abbott Management, 3019 Hollycrest Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90068. Career: Actress. KGW–TV, Portland, OR, worked as news intern; appeared in thousands of television and radio commercials, including promotions of Outback Steakhouse restaurant chain, 2004, and Twining’s Tea. Formerly worked as export coordinator for a foundry, realtor, general contractor, and model. Homefront Headquarters (military support group), national spokesperson; ACT as if! (self–help program), creator; iLearningGlobal, member of speaking faculty; motivational speaker on overcoming eating disorders. Also volunteer with animal rescue projects. Member: Screen Actors Guild (member of national board of directors). CREDITS Film Appearances: Fatal Encounter, 1990. 219

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Claire Werner, Accused at Seventeen, First Act Entertainment, 2009. Television Appearances; Series: Host, Straight to the Heart, 1989. Brenda Dickerson, The Bold and the Beautiful (also known as Glamour, Top Models, and Belleza y poder), CBS, 1996. Kate Anderson, Pensacola: Wings of Gold, syndicated, 1998–2000. Elizabeth ⬙Liz⬙ Coleman Reynolds, One Life to Live, ABC, 2002–2003. Television Appearances; Movies: (As Barbara Alexander) Joan, ⬙The Promise,⬙ Hallmark Hall of Fame, 1986. Ashley Hawkins, The Sister–in–Law (also known as Bloodknot), USA Network, 1995. Tina, Under Lock and Key, Showtime, 1995. Fran Taylor, Humanoids from the Deep (also known as Roger Corman Presents ⬙Humanoids from the Deep⬙), Showtime, 1996. Cindy, Breast Men, HBO, 1997. Marilyn Monroe, The Rat Pack, HBO, 1998. Linda Harris, I Married a Monster, UPN, 1998. Sexy television star, A Carol Christmas, Hallmark Channel, 2003. Kate Dolan, Tiger Cruise, The Disney Channel, 2004. News reporter, Wedding Daze, Hallmark Channel, 2004. Connie Murray, Back to You and Me, Hallmark Channel, 2005. Christine Goudet, Stranger in My Bed, Lifetime, 2005. Donna Germaine, The Perfect Neighbor, Lifetime, 2005. Suzanne Debson, Double Cross, Lifetime, 2006. Annie, Mystery Woman: Wild West Mystery, Hallmark Channel, 2006. Lauren Kessler, Murder in My House (also known as Blood Stains and Muertre a domicile), Lifetime, 2006. Linda Zeller, The Rival, Lifetime, 2006. Peggy McDonald, All You’ve Got (also known as Rumble), MTV, 2006. Claire Whitman, McBride: Semper Fi, Hallmark Channel, 2007. Jackie Marley, A Valentine Carol, Lifetime, 2007. Tiffany Collins, Black Widow (also known as Dark Beauty), Lifetime, 2008. Alyssa Harris, Dead at 17, Lifetime, 2008. Ginny, Moonlight and Mistletoe, Hallmark Channel, 2008. Governor Carol Quinlan, Heat Wave (also known as City on Fire), 2009.

Television Appearances; Other: Cohost, Straight from the Heart: The Best of Hallmark Commercials, Hallmark Channel, 2007. Ellen Wethersby, Eli Stone (pilot), ABC, 2008. Stage Appearances: Lucille, Psychopathia Sexualis, Zoo Theatre, Hollywood, CA, 1998. Internet Appearances: Show Business 101: How to Turn Your Hollywood Dream into a Career, 2007.

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NORRIS Private Function. Normington also appeared in many of Britain’s major television series, including Softly, Softly, Nearest and Dearest, Inspector Morse, Peak Practice, Casualty, and Midsomer Murders. His last role, as Billy Rice in the 2007 revival of John Osborne’s play The Entertainer, was considered by many to be one of his best.

RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of Barbara Miles, Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger, Origin Systems, 1994. Voice of newscaster, Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom, Electronic Arts, 1995.

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OTHER SOURCES

Guardian, August 8, 2007. Independent, August 3, 2007. Times, August 22, 2007.

Books: Stromberg, Gary, and Jane Merrill, Feeding the Fame: Celebrities Tell Their Real–Life Stories of Eating Disorders and Recovery, Hazelden, 2006.

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Periodicals: USA Today, November 22, 1999.

PERSONAL Electronic: Barbara Niven Official Site, http://www.barbaraniven. com, November 12, 2009.

Full name, Carlos Ray Norris, Jr.; born March 10, 1940, in Ryan, OK; son of Carlos Ray (a mechanic, bus driver, and truck driver) and Wilma (maiden name; Scarberry) Norris; brother of Aaron Norris (a director, writer, and actor); married Dianne Holecheck, December, 1958 (divorced, c. 1988); married Gena O’Kelley (an actress), November 28, 1998; children: (first marriage) Mike (an actor and director), Eric (a stunt performer), Dina (a publicist); (second marriage) Dakota Alan and Danilee Kelley (twins); (stepchildren) Kelley, Tim. Education: Studied drama with Zina Provendie; studied martial arts with Bruce Lee and others. Politics: Republican. Religion: Born–again Christian. Avocational Interests: Powerboat racing, horseback riding, golf.

NORMINGTON, John 1937–2007 PERSONAL Born January 28, 1937, in Dukinfield, Cheshire, England; died of pancreatic cancer, July 26, 2007, in London, England. Actor. For more than 50 years Normington was one of the most popular and respected character actors in British theatre, film, and television. Originally trained as an opera singer, Normington turned to acting in the early 1950s, performing with the Oldham Repertory Theatre and then with the Manchester Library Theatre. In 1963 he joined the Royal Shakespeare Company, where he worked alongside such esteemed actors as Peggy Ashcroft, Donald Sinden, and David Warner, and began a long and fruitful association with director Peter Hall. Normington played a range of roles for the company, including Bardolph in both parts of Henry IV, Antipholus in The Comedy of Errors, and Sam in Harold Pinter’s The Homecoming. In 1967 Normington left the Royal Shakespeare Company to play Feste in the Royal Court production of Twelfth Night. Also at the Royal Court, he appeared in Houses by the Green and The Fool. In the 1970s and 1980s Normington worked regularly with the National Theatre, performing in State of Revolution, Amadeus, Danton’s Death, As You Like It, and Guys and Dolls, among other productions. His film career included appearances in The Reckoning, Inadmissible Evidence, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the 1978 version of The Thirty Nine Steps, and A

Addresses: Office—Kick Start Foundation, 427 West 20th St., Suite 203, Houston, TX 77008. Agent—Endeavor Agency, 9701 Wilshire Blvd., 10th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212–2020. Manager—Erik Kritzer, Kritzer Levine Wilkins Entertainment, 11872 La Grange Ave., 1st Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90025. Career: Actor, martial artist, fight choreographer, producer, and writer. Norris Brothers Entertainment, chair and chief executive officer. Appeared in advertisements, including commercials for Mountain Dew soft drinks, 2007, and television ⬙infomercials⬙ for Total Gym Fitness program, beginning c. 1997; Columbia Broadcasting System, appeared in the public service announcement campaign CBS Cares, 2001. Received black belt in karate, c. 1961, brown belt in judo, c. 1961, and named eighth–degree black belt grand master in Tae Kwan Do, 1997; karate instructor, beginning c. 1962; owner of karate schools, c. 1962–71; professional world middleweight karate champion, 1968–74; United Fighting Arts Federation, founder and 221

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president; also founder of World Combat League, 2005, and National Tang Soo Do Congress; creator of the martial arts disciplines Chun Kuk Do and American Tang Soo Do. Cofounder of Lone Wolf cigar line; investor in Fire–Bird Casino and Chuck Norris’s Supper Club and Casino, both in Russia. Kick Drugs Out of America program, founder, 1990; Kick Start Foundation, founder, 1992, and chair; United Way, commercial spokesperson; National Council of Bible Curriculum in Public Schools, board member; motivational speaker for Christian ministries; also affiliated with Veterans Administration’s National Salute to Hospitalized Veterans, Make–a–Wish Foundation, and Funds for Kids. Northrop Aircraft, worked as file clerk, c. 1962–64. Military service: U.S. Air Force, Military Police, 1958–62.

Dragon, Way of the Dragon, and Mang lung goh kong), Bryanston, 1973. Messenger, Enter the Dragon (also known as The Deadly Three, Operation Dragon, and Long zheng hu dou), Warner Bros., 1973. John David ⬙J. D.⬙ Dawes, Breaker! Breaker! (also known as Cindy Jo & the Texas Turnaround), American International Pictures, 1976. Fighter, Game of Death (also known as Bruce Lee’s ⬙Game of Death⬙ and Si wang you ju), Columbia, 1978. John T. Booker, Good Guys Wear Black (also known as Black Fighter), Mar Vista, 1978. Matt Logan, A Force of One, American Cinema, 1979. Scott James, The Octagon (also known as The Man without Mercy), American Cinema, 1980. Sean Kane, An Eye for an Eye, Avco Embassy, 1981. Josh Randall, Forced Vengeance, Metro–Golden– Mayer, 1982. Sheriff Dan Stevens, Silent Rage, Columbia, 1982. J. J. McQuade, Lone Wolf McQuade (also known as A Man without Fear), Orion, 1983. Colonel James Braddock, Missing in Action, Cannon, 1984. Colonel James Braddock, Missing in Action II: The Beginning (also known as Battle Rage), Cannon, 1985. Eddie Cusack, Code of Silence, Orion, 1985. Matt Hunter, Invasion U.S.A., Cannon, 1985. Major Scott McCoy, The Delta Force (also known as Mahatz Ha–Delta), Cannon, 1986. Max Donigan, Firewalker, Cannon, 1986. Colonel James Braddock, Braddock: Missing in Action III, Cannon, 1988. Danny O’Brien (Hero), Hero and the Terror, Cannon, 1988. Colonel Scott McCoy, Delta Force 2: Operation Stranglehold (also known as Delta Force 2 and Delta Force 2: The Columbian Connection), Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1990. Cliff Garret/Danny Grogan, The Hitman, Cannon, 1991. Himself, Curse of the Dragon (also known as Bruce Lee: Curse of the Dragon), 1993. Frank Shatter, Hellbound, Cannon, 1994. Jake Wilder, Top Dog, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1995. McKenna, Forest Warrior, NuImage/Turner Entertainment, 1996. Himself (in archive footage), Bruce Lee in G.O.D., 2000. Matthew, The Bells of Innocence, 2002. Himself, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (also known as Dodgeball and Voll auf die nuesse), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2004. John Shepherd, The Cutter, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2005.

Member: Screen Actors Guild, Writers Guild of America West, National Rifle Association. Awards, Honors: Inducted into Black Belt Hall of Fame as fighter of the year, 1968, instructor of the year, 1975, and named man of the year, 1977; named fighter of the year, Black Belt magazine, 1969; Special Awards, ShoWest Convention, National Association of Theatre Owners, action star of the year, 1982, and international box office star of the year, 1992; Texas Legend Special Award, Lone Star Film and Television Awards, 1997; Epiphany Award, best Christian program, 1998, and TV Guide Award nomination, favorite actor in a drama, 1999, both for Walker, Texas Ranger; BMI Music Television Awards (with others), Broadcast Music, Inc., 1997, 1998, 1999, all for ⬙Eyes of a Ranger,⬙ theme song for Walker, Texas Ranger; Golden Boot Award, Motion Picture and Television Fund, 2001; named veteran of the year, Annual American Veteran Awards, 2001; named Jewish Humanitarian Man of the Year, 2006; McLane Leadership in Business Award, George Bush Presidential Library Foundation, 2009; received star on Hollywood Walk of Fame; Community Champion Award, Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse; inducted into Texas Ranger Hall of Fame; named commissioned police officer of Terrell, TX. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Garth (man in House of 7 Joys bar), The Wrecking Crew, Columbia, 1968. Chuck Slaughter/Chuck Norris, Slaughter in San Francisco (also known as Chuck vs. the Karate Cop, Karate Cop, Yellow Faced Tiger, and Huang mian lao hu), 1973. Karate instructor, The Student Teachers (also known as College Coeds and Self–Service Schoolgirls), New World, 1973. Colt/Kuda, Meng long guo jiang (also known as Fury of the Dragon, Return of the Dragon, Revenge of the

Documentary Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Life and Legend of Bruce Lee (also known as Bruce Lee: The Man and the Legend), 1973. 222

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NORRIS Happy Birthday, Bugs! 50 Looney Years, CBS, 1990. Host, World’s Greatest Stunts, syndicated, 1990. Clint, ⬙The Rookie,⬙ and Me, 1990. Host, Combat Karate: The World Championships, Showtime, 1992. Kids in the Crossfire: Violence in America, ABC, 1993. Wind in the Wire, ABC, 1993. Happy New Year America–1994, CBS, 1994. Survivor Series (also known as WWF Survivor Series), 1994. Heroes of the Street, The Family Channel, 1995. Hollywood’s Amazing Animal Actors, TBS, 1996. Ralph Emery: On the Record with Randy Travis, The Nashville Network, 1996. Spotlight with Phyllis George, The Nashville Network, 1996. Walker: Behind the Scenes with TV’s Toughest Hero, CBS, 1996. All–Star Moms, CBS, 1997. The Price Is Right Million Dollar Spectacular, 2003. UFC 46: Supernatural, 2004.

Film Fight Choreographer: Breaker! Breaker! (also known as Cindy Jo & the Texas Turnaround), American International Pictures, 1976. Good Guys Wear Black (also known as Black Fighter), Mar Vista, 1978. A Force of One, American Cinema, 1979. The Octagon (also known as The Man without Mercy), American Cinema, 1980.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, ⬙Dreams of Glory,⬙ Room 222, ABC, 1970. ⬙Steve McQueen: Man on the Edge,⬙ Crazy about the Movies, Cinemax, 1986. De tu a tu, 1992. Ranger Cordell ⬙Cord⬙ Walker, ⬙Fighting Back,⬙ Sons of Thunder, CBS, 1999. Ranger Cordell ⬙Cord⬙ Walker, ⬙Lost & Found,⬙ Sons of Thunder, CBS, 1999. Ranger Cordell ⬙Cord⬙ Walker, ⬙Moment of Truth,⬙ Sons of Thunder, CBS, 1999. Ranger Cordell ⬙Cord⬙ Walker, ⬙Thunder by Your Side,⬙ Sons of Thunder, CBS, 1999. ⬙1999,⬙ WCW Monday Nitro (also known as World Championship Wrestling Monday Nitro), TNT, 1999. Ranger Cordell ⬙Cord⬙ Walker, ⬙Honor among Strangers,⬙ Martial Law, CBS, 2000. Himself, ⬙Jimmy and Chuck,⬙ Yes, Dear, CBS, 2003. (Uncredited) ⬙Random Acts of Courage,⬙ The Contender, NBC, 2005. (Uncredited) ⬙Tears of Pain and Sorrow,⬙ The Contender, NBC, 2005. Cohost, Hannity & Colmes, Fox News Channel, 2007. (Sometimes in archive footage) The O’Reilly Factor, Fox News Channel, 2007, 2008. The Live Desk, Fox News Channel, 2008.

Film Executive Producer: Sidekicks, Triumph Releasing, 1993. Birdie and Bogey, Norris Family Films, 2004. Television Appearances; Series: Voice of Chuck Norris, Chuck Norris Karate Kommandos (animated), syndicated, 1986. Ranger Cordell ⬙Cord⬙ Walker, Walker, Texas Ranger (also known as Walker), CBS, 1993–2001. Television Appearances; Movies: Ranger Cordell ⬙Cord⬙ Walker, Walker, Texas Ranger 3: Deadly Reunion, CBS, 1994. Jake Fallon, Logan’s War: Bound by Honor, CBS, 1998. Joshua McCord, The President’s Man, CBS, 2000. Joshua McCord, The President’s Man: A Line in the Sand, CBS, 2002. Captain Ranger Cordell Walker, Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial by Fire, CBS, 2005. Television Appearances; Pilots: Ranger Cordell ⬙Cord⬙ Walker, Walker, Texas Ranger: Sons of Thunder (also known as Sons of Thunder), CBS, 1997.

Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, NBC, 1973. The Flip Wilson Show, NBC, 1973. The Howard Stern Show (also known as The Howard Stern Summer Show), 1991. The Howard Stern Interview, 1993. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (also known as Jay Leno), NBC, 1993.

Television Appearances; Specials: (In archive footage) Kung Fu Killers, 1974. The Making of ⬙Lone Wolf McQuade,⬙ 1983. Host and narrator, Ultimate Stuntman: A Tribute to Dar Robinson, ABC, 1987. One for the Road, 1989. The Presidential Inaugural Gala, CBS, 1989. 223

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Howard Stern, multiple appearances, between 1994 and 1999. The Late Show with David Letterman (also known as The Late Show and Letterman) CBS, multiple appearances, 1996. The Rosie O’Donnell Show, syndicated, 1996, 1998. The Howard Stern Radio Show, E! Entertainment Television, 1999. Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 2004. On the Record w/ Greta Van Susteren, Fox News Channel, 2004. The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch, CNBC, 2006. The Tony Danza Show, syndicated, 2006. Glenn Beck, Fox News Channel, 2008. Larry King Live, Cable News Network, 2008.

(In archive footage) WWE: The Rise and Fall of WCW, World Wrestling Entertainment, 2009. WRITINGS Screenplays; with James Bruner: Invasion U.S.A. (also known as Invasion), Cannon, 1985. Braddock: Missing in Action III, Cannon, 1988. Television Episodes: ⬙Lucas: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Walker, Texas Ranger (also known as Walker), CBS, 1997. ⬙Golden Boy,⬙ Walker, Texas Ranger (also known as Walker), CBS, 2001. ⬙Justice for All,⬙ Walker, Texas Ranger (also known as Walker), CBS, 2001.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, The 34th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, CBS, 1999. Presenter, First Annual Laureus Sports Awards, TNT, 2000. 2001 ABC World Stunt Awards, ABC, 2001. American Veteran Awards, History Channel, 2001, 2002.

Also writer for the series Sons of Thunder, 1999. Television Pilots: Walker, Texas Ranger: Sons of Thunder (also known as Sons of Thunder), CBS, 1997.

Television Work; Series: Song performer, ⬙Eyes of a Ranger⬙ (theme song) Walker, Texas Ranger (also known as Walker), CBS, 1993–2001. Executive producer, Walker, Texas Ranger, (also known as Walker), CBS, 1995–2001. Creator and executive producer, Sons of Thunder, CBS, 1999.

Print Materials: Winning Tournament Karate, Ohara Publications, 1975. Toughen Up! The Chuck Norris Fitness System, Bantam Books, 1983. (With Joe Hyams) The Secret of Inner Strength: My Story (autobiography), Little, Brown, 1988. The Secret Power Within: Zen Solutions to Real Problems, Little, Brown, 1996. (With Ken Abraham) Against All Odds: My Story (autobiography), Broadman & Holman, 2004. (Coauthor) The Justice Riders: A Novel, 2006. Black Belt Patriotism: How to Reawaken America, 2008. The Official Chuck Norris Fact Book, 2009.

Television Executive Producer; Movies: (And theme song performer) Logan’s War: Bound by Honor, CBS, 1998. The President’s Man, CBS, 2000. The President’s Man: A Line in the Sand, CBS, 2002. Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial by Fire, CBS, 2005.

Syndicated columnist, WorldNetDaily, 2006.

RECORDINGS

ADAPTATIONS

Videos: Steve McQueen: Man on the Edge, 1990. (Uncredited) WrestleMania VII, 1991. Dying for a Smoke, 1992. WWE: Undertaker—He Buries Them Alive, 1994. Survivor Series (also known as WWF Survivor Series), 1994. Instructor, Chuck Norris: Private Lesson, 1997. Path of the Dragon, 1998. Mystic Origins of the Martial Arts (also known as The Martial Arts), 1998. The Immortal Masters, 1998. (In archive footage) The Unbeatable Bruce Lee, 2001.

The 1997 television pilot Walker, Texas Ranger: Sons of Thunder and the 1998 television movie Logan’s War: Bound by Honor were based on stories by Walker. OTHER SOURCES Books: Cole, Melanie, Chuck Norris, 1999. Norris, Chuck, and Joe Hyams, The Secret of Inner Strength: My Story, Little, Brown, 1988. 224

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NOYCE tional Film Festival, Durban International Film Festival, and Leeds International Film Festival, Film Critics Circle of Australia Award, best director, Audience Award, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Audience Award, feature film category, Valladolid International Film Festival, IF Award nomination, best direction, and Golden Castle and ASPI Award, both Castellinaria International Festival of Young Cinema, all 2002, Chlotrudis Award nomination, best director, 2003, and Audience Award, Sao Paulo International Film Festival, 2003, all for Rabbit–Proof Fence; Golden Satellite Award nomination, best director, International Press Academy, and nomination for Golden Kinnaree Award, best film, Bangkok International Film Festival, both 2003, for The Quiet American; National Board of Review Award, best director, special citation, San Francisco Film Critics Circle, 2002, and London Critics Circle Film Award, director of the year, both 2003, for Rabbit–Proof Fence and The Quiet American; Outstanding Achievement Awards, Australian Directors Guild and Australian Screen Directors’ Association, both 2006.

Norris, Chuck, and Ken Abraham, Against All Odds: My Story, Broadman & Holman, 2004. Periodicals: Black Belt, March, 2002, pp. 46–51. New York Daily News, January 20, 1988. New York Times, September 1, 1985. People Weekly, July 5, 1999, p. 118; November 13, 2000, pp. 21–22. Washington Post, January 2, 2006, pp. C1, C7. Electronic: Chuck Norris Official Site, http://www.chucknorris. com, November 11, 2009.

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CREDITS Born April 29, 1950, in Griffith, New South Wales, Australia; married Jan Chapman (a movie producer), 1971 (divorced, 1977); married Jan Sharp (a movie producer), 1979 (marriage ended, 2004); married Vuyo Dyasi, 2006; children: (first marriage) Lucia; (second marriage) two; (third marriage) one. Education: Attended Australian National Film School, Sydney, 1973.

Film Director: Better to Reign in Hell (short film), 1968. That’s Showbiz, 1973. Castor and Pollux (short documentary), 1973. (And producer) Backroads, Cinema Ventures, 1977. Newsfront, Roadshow, 1979. (And creator of special makeup effects) Heatwave, New Line Cinema, 1983. Shadows of the Peacock, Australian European Finance Corp., 1987, released in the U.S. as Echoes of Paradise, Quartet, 1989. Dead Calm (also known as Dead Calm: A Voyage into Fear), Warner Bros., 1989. Blind Fury, TriStar, 1990. Patriot Games, Paramount, 1992. Sliver (also known as Sliver—Gier der augen), Paramount, 1993. Clear and Present Danger, Paramount, 1994. The Saint, Paramount, 1997. The Repair Shop, 1998. The Bone Collector, Universal, 1999. (And producer) Rabbit–Proof Fence, Miramax, 2002. The Quiet American (also known as The Spy, Un Americain bien tranquille, and Der stille), Miramax, 2002. (And cinematographer) ⬙Marca Zero⬙ segment, Bem– Vindo a Sao Paulo (documentary; also known as Welcome to Sao Paulo), Mostra Filmes, 2004. Catch a Fire (also known as Au nom de la liberte), Focus Features, 2006.

Addresses: Office—Rumbalara Films, 7001 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038. Agent—Steve Rabineau, United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; Jane Cameron, Cameron’s, 61 Marlborough St., 7th Floor, Surry Hills, New South Wales 2010, Australia. Manager—Ross Fineman, Fineman Entertainment, 9250 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 300, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Director, writer, producer, and actor. Sydney Filmmaker’s Cooperative, Sydney, Australia, part–time manager, 1980; Rumbalara Films, Los Angeles, producer and director. Previously worked at Film Australia as a documentary filmmaker; also worked as assistant director. Awards, Honors: Austrian Film Institute Award, best short film, 1973, for Castor and Pollux; Australian Film Institute Awards, best director and best original screenplay (with others), 1978, all for Newsfront; special mention and Best Film Award nomination, Mystfest, 1983, for Heatwave; Australian Film Institute Award nomination, best director, 1989, for Dead Calm; Australian Film Institute Award nominations, best direction and best film (with others), Audience Awards, Aspen Filmfest People’s Choice Award, Denver Interna-

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Film Appearances: Neville, Homesdale, 1971. Tausend Augen (also known as Thousand Eyes), 1984. (Uncredited) Shaving man, Sliver (also known as Sliver—Gier der augen), Paramount, 1993. (Uncredited) Customer in antique bookshop, The Bone Collector, 1999. Himself, Camera (also known as Dogme Ⲇ15— Camera), 2000. Australians Hit Hollywood (documentary), L.A.D.S. Entertainment/Oo La La Productions, 2009.

The Panel, Ten Network, 1999. Rove Live, Ten Network, 2002. Enough Rope with Andrew Denton, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2004. RECORDINGS Videos: Gulpilil: One Red Blood, Ronin Films, 2002. (And uncredited director) Clear and Present Danger: Behind the Danger, Paramount Home Entertainment, 2002.

Television Work; Series: Director, The Hitchhiker (also known as Deadly Nightmares and Le voyageur), HBO, between 1985 and 1989. Co–executive producer, Brotherhood, Showtime, 2006–2007.

WRITINGS Screenplays: Backroads, Cinema Ventures, 1977. (With Bob Ellis) Newsfront (based on idea by David Elfick and Phillipe Mora), Roadshow, 1979. (With Marc Rosenberg, Mark Stiles, and Tim Gooding) Heatwave, New Line Cinema, 1983.

Television Codirector; Miniseries: The Dismissal, 1983. The Cowra Breakout, 1985. Television Director; Pilots: Nightmare Cafe, NBC, 1992. The Repair Shop, CBS, 1998. (And executive producer) Tru Calling, Fox, 2003.

Television Miniseries: The Dismissal, 1983. The Cowra Breakout, 1985.

Television Director; Specials: (Uncredited) Patriot Games: Up Close (special), 2002.

ADAPTATIONS The 1987 television miniseries Vietnam was based on a story by Noyce.

Television Director; Episodic: ⬙Mark 8:36,⬙ Brotherhood, Showtime, 2006. ⬙One Too Many Mornings 3:4–8,⬙ Brotherhood, Showtime, 2007.

OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Specials: The Secret World of Spying, 1992. Following the Rabbit–Proof Fence, 2002. Patriot Games: Up Close, 2002.

Books: Petzke, Ingo, Backroads to Hollywood—Phillip Noyce, Pan Macmillan, 2004.

Television Appearances; Episodic: American Cinema, PBS, 1995. Mundo VIP, 1997.

Periodicals: Film Comment, July/August, 1972, pp. 72–77. Movieline, March, 2003, pp. 78–81.

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O–P Evan Fisher, ⬙Outside Hearts,⬙ Once and Again, ABC, 1999. Joel Peters, ⬙Lies of Minelli,⬙ Philly, ABC, 2002. Dave Simmons, ⬙Seadog,⬙ Navy NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (also known as NCIS and NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service), CBS, 2003. Young guy, ⬙I’m Your Boogie Man,⬙ Line of Fire, ABC, 2004. Kevin Lewiston, ⬙Legal,⬙ CSI: Miami, CBS, 2004. Kevin Keeler, ⬙Day 4: 10:00 p.m.–11:00 p.m.,⬙ 24, Fox, 2005. Brian Fordyce, ⬙The Vanishing,⬙ Ghost Whisperer, CBS, 2006.

OLIVERO, Chris 1984– PERSONAL Full name, Christopher Anthony Olivero; born October 15, 1984, in Stockton, CA; married Alexandra Picatto (an actress), August 12, 2006. Avocational Interests: Surfing, golf, basketball, and baseball. Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Manager—Elements Entertainment, 1635 North Cahuenga Blvd., 5th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90028. Publicist—Nicole Nassar Public Relations, 111 Tenth St., Suite 104, Santa Monica, CA 90403.

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Career: Actor. CREDITS

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Television Appearances; Series: John Cardell, Boston Public, Fox, 2003. Declan McDonough, Kyle XY, ABC Family, 2006–2009.

Born October 26, 1976, in Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Addresses: Manager—Benderspink, 110 South Fairfax Ave., Suite 350, Los Angeles, CA 90036.

Television Appearances; Movies: Bill, Alien Arsenal, Cinemax, 1999. Mike Lewis, By Dawn’s Early Light, Showtime, 2000. Galen Alderman, Double Teamed, The Disney Channel, 2002. Hunter, Now You See It ѧ, The Disney Channel, 2005.

Career: Actor. Former member of band Poets and Pornstars. Sometimes credited as Halil Ozsan. Awards, Honors: Mayor of Essex’s Award.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Jordan, Movie Stars, The WB, 1999. Declan McDonough, Kyle XY, ABC Family, 2006.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Hotel concierge, S1m0ne, New Line Cinema, 2002. Billy, Guy in Row Five, 2005.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Jordan, ⬙Bittersweet Seventeen,⬙ Movie Stars, The WB, 1999. 227

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Hakan, Children of Wax (also known as The Killing Grounds), Weinstein Company, 2005. (As Hal Oszan) Dude, Caffeine, Steaming Hot Coffee, 2006. Mike Z, Redline, Chicago Releasing, 2007. Travis Bellamy, Groupie, 2009. Television Appearances; Series: Todd Carr, Dawson’s Creek, The WB, 2001–2003. Ronny Praeger, Californication, Showtime, 2008. Michael Cassidy, Kyle XY, ABC Family, 2009. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Azazel, Fallen, ABC Family, 2007. Television Appearances; Movies: Joey Dimarco, Helter Skelter, CBS, 2004. Television Appearances; Episodic: Voice of long–haired guy, ⬙Revolutions,⬙ Felicity, The WB, 2000. Voice of student/stoner guy, ⬙Running Mates,⬙ Felicity, The WB, 2000. Dawson ⬙First Blood,⬙ Jesse, NBC, 2000. Freakylinks, Fox, 2000. Eric, Nash Bridges, CBS, 2000. Rolando, ⬙Big Night,⬙ Providence, NBC, 2001. Jerry, ⬙You Can’t Always Get What You Want,⬙ Grounded for Life, Fox, 2001. Man in flower shop, ⬙Life’s Too Short,⬙ Six Feet Under, HBO, 2001. ⬙Ch–Ch–Changes,⬙ Roswell (also known as Roswell High), UPN, 2002. Documentarian, Family Law, CBS, 2002. Oliver Jax, ⬙Dosed,⬙ Fastlane, Fox, 2003. ⬙The Magic Bullet,⬙ Dragnet (also known as L.A. Dragnet), ABC, 2003. ⬙The Box,⬙ The Division (also known as Heart of the City), NBC, 2004. Brandon Pace, ⬙Game Over,⬙ CSI: Miami, CBS, 2005. Tony DeLuca, ⬙Open and Shut,⬙ CSI: NY (also known as CSI: New York), CBS, 2006. Donny Garland, ⬙One Hit Wonder,⬙ Shark, CBS, 2008. Raheem, ⬙Shadow Riders,⬙ The Unit, CBS, 2008. Wyatt Brody, ⬙Skeletons,⬙ Without a Trace (also known as W.A.T.), CBS, 2009. Patrick, ⬙The Curious Case of Dean Winchester,⬙ Supernatural, The CW, 2009.

PERIODICALS Los Angeles Times, March 28, 2007. Princeton Alumni Weekly, September 26, 2007. Variety, March 26, 2007.

PECK, J. Eddie 1958– PERSONAL Full name, John Edward Peck; born October 10, 1958, in Lynchburg, VA; married Sonya Zaza, 1989; children: Austin, Dalton. Education: Missouri Southern State University, B.A., marketing. Career: Actor. Appeared in television commercials, including Lever 2000 body wash.

PANZER, William N. 1942–2007 (Bill Panzer, William Panzer)

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Film Appearances: Danny Lennox, Dangerously Close (also known as Campus ’86), Cannon, 1986.

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Clark Newman, Curse II: The Bite (also known as The Bite and Curse 2: The Bite), 1989. Kevin ⬙Blade⬙ Laird, Lambada, Warner Bros., 1990. Victor, Blind Heat, Monarch Home Video, 2002. John Hill, The Dark Agent and the Passing of the Torch Chapter 7, Taughannock Entertainment, 2004. Dean Van Patton, Waltzing Anna, Kindred Media Group, 2006. Pick Randall, Mexican Gold (also known as Return of the Outlaws), Grindstone Entertainment Group, 2007.

PENN, Kal 1977– (Kalpen Modie) PERSONAL Original name, Kalpen Suresh Modie; born April 23, 1977, in Montclair, NJ; father an engineer; mother a chemist and fragrance evaluator. Education: University of California, Los Angeles, B.A., c. 2000; Stanford University, graduate study, 2008.

Television Appearances; Series: Sutton Hollister, Wildside, ABC, 1985. Roger Grimes, Dynasty, ABC, 1988–89. Tommy McKay, Dallas, CBS, 1989. Howard Alston ⬙Hawk⬙ Hawkins III, Days of Our Lives (also known as DOOL and Days), NBC, 1991–92. Cole Howard, The Young and the Restless (also known as Y&R), CBS, 1993–99. Dr. Joseph ⬙Jake⬙ Martin, All My Children, ABC, 2000–2003. Adam Baylin, Kyle XY, ABC Family, 2006–2008.

Addresses: Agent—Leslie Siebert, Gersh Agency, 9465 Wilshire Blvd., 6th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (voice work) Danis Panaro Nist, 9201 West Olympic Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Daniel Spilo, Artistry Management, 1310 North Spaulding Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046. Publicist—Jennifer Goodwin, Bragman, Nyman, Cafarelli, Pacific Design Center, 9697 Melrose Ave., 8th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

Television Appearances; Movies: Brad, Breaking Home Ties (also known as Norman Rockwell’s ⬙Breaking Home Ties⬙), ABC, 1987. Eddie Popko, To Grandmother’s House We Go, ABC, 1992.

Career: Actor and producer. Appeared on stage at George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick, NJ, and with Atlantic Theatre Company. University of Pennsylvania, guest instructor, 2008; White House Office of Public Engagement, associate director, 2009.

Television Appearances; Specials: Presenter, The 21st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, ABC, 1994. 50 Years of Soaps: An All–Star Celebration, CBS, 1994. CBS Soap Break, CBS, 1995. Cohost, The 15th Annual Miss Teen USA Pageant (also known as The 1997 Miss Teen USA Pageant), CBS, 1997. Host, The 47th Annual Miss USA Pageant, CBS, 1998. The 18th Annual ⬙Soap Opera Digest⬙ Awards, SoapNet, 2003.

Awards, Honors: Teen Choice Award nomination, choice movie rockstar moment, and MTV Movie Award nominations, best on–screen team and best musical performance, all (with John Cho), 2005, for Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle; Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding ensemble in a drama series, 2009, for House M.D. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Episodic: Erik Whitby, ⬙Out of the Woods,⬙ Knight Rider, NBC, 1986. Coby Russell, ⬙Dead Man’s Gold,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1986. Lance Apollonaire, ⬙Knights of the Scimitar,⬙ Cheers, NBC, 1986. Richard Davies, ⬙A Night to Remember,⬙ Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1987. Danny Sicani, ⬙Brother Mine,⬙ Dark Justice (also known as Justicia ciega and Quan es fa fosc), CBS, 1991. Himself, ⬙Death in Daytime,⬙ Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1995. Match Game, syndicated, 1998. SoapTalk, SoapNet, 2006.

Film Appearances: Jackie Newton, Express: Aisle to Glory, PBA Films, 1998. Ajay, Freshmen, Stoddard Temple, 2000. Ajay Pandya, American Desi, Eros International, 2001. Taj Mahal Badalandabad, Van Wilder (also known as National Lampoon’s ⬙Van Wilder,⬙ National Lampoon’s ⬙Van Wilder:⬙ Party Liaison, Van Wilder: Party Liaison, and Party Animals—Wilder geht’s nicht), Lions Gate Films, 2002. Sanjay, Badger, Feelgood Fiction, 2002. Mohan ⬙Mo⬙ Bakshi, Where’s the Party Yaar? (also known as Dude, Where’s the Party?), Music Masala Films, 2002. 229

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Kendal Cunningham, Hector, Platinum Point Pictures, 2002. Hadji Amerislani, Malibu’s Most Wanted (also known as Suckaz), Warner Bros., 2003. Kenneth Warman, Love Don’t Cost a Thing (also known as If You Were My Girl and Love Don’t Co$t a Thing), Warner Bros., 2003. Bobby, Ball & Chain (also known as The Arrangement), Lions Gate Films, 2004. Kumar Patel, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (also known as Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies and Harold et Kumar chassent le burger), New Line Cinema, 2004. Sam, Dancing in Twilight, Luminous Galaxy Productions, 2005. Jorge, Son of the Mask (also known as Die Maske 2—Die naechste generation), New Line Cinema, 2005. Jeeter, A Lot like Love, Buena Vista, 2005. Raj, Sueno, Destination Films, 2005. Alan Fineberg, Man about Town, Lions Gate Films Home Entertainment, 2006. Stanford, Superman Returns (also known as Superman Returns: An IMAX 3D Experience), Warner Bros., 2006. (Uncredited) Amit Sayid, Deck the Halls, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2006. Taj, Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj (also known as National Lampoon’s ⬙Van Wilder: The Rise of Taj,⬙ and Van Wilder: The Rise of Taj), Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 2006. Z–Bob, Bachelor Party Vegas (also known as Vegas Baby), Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2006. Gogol/Nikhil, The Namesake, Fox Searchlight, 2007. Edward, Epic Movie, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2007. Kumar Patel, Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay (also known as Harold & Kumar 2), Warner Bros., 2008. Kumar Patel, Harold & Kumar Go to Amsterdam (short film), Warner Home Video, 2008. Motwani, Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain, Rising Star Entertainment, 2009.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Kumar Zimmerman, Brookfield, ABC, 1999. Ian Wode, The Call, ABC, 2007. Television Appearances; Specials: Presenter, G–Phoria 2004, G4 Channel, 2004. Back in Blue: The ⬙Superman Returns⬙ Movie Special, MTV, 2006. We Are One: The Obama Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial, HBO, 2009. Television Appearances; Miniseries: I Love the ’90s: Part Deux,⬙ VH1, 2005. Television Appearances; Episodic: Nerdy kid, The Steve Harvey Show, The WB, 1998. Kurt Hunt, ⬙Beer Bad,⬙ Buffy the Vampire Slayer (also known as BtVS, Buffy, and Buffy, the Vampire Slayer: The Series), The WB, 1999. Prajeeb, ⬙You Can’t Twin,⬙ Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (also known as Sabrina and Sabrina Goes to College), The WB, 2000. Buddy, ⬙The Spanish Prisoner,⬙ Spin City, ABC, 2000. ⬙Larva,⬙ That’s Life, ABC, 2001. Boy in fez, ⬙That Vision Thing,⬙ Angel (also known as Angel: The Series), The WB, 2001. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Boy in fez, ⬙Billy,⬙ Angel (also known as Angel: The Series), The WB, 2001. Narajan, ⬙The Longer You Stay,⬙ ER, NBC, 2001. Solomon Al–Ramai, ⬙Baby Love,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 2001. Malek Siham, ⬙Rules of the Game,⬙ The Agency, CBS, 2001. (As Kalpen Modi) Jagdesh, ⬙American Made,⬙ Independent Lens, PBS, 2003. Steven, ⬙Haunted,⬙ Tru Calling, Fox, 2003. ⬙Son of the Mask,⬙ HBO First Look, HBO, 2005. ⬙From A to D,⬙ Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D–List, Bravo, 2005. Fuse Celebrity Playlist, Fuse, 2006. Ahmed Amar, ⬙Day 6: 6:00 a.m.–7:00 a.m.,⬙ 24, Fox, 2007. Ahmed Amar, ⬙Day 6: 7:00 a.m.–8:00 a.m.,⬙ 24, Fox, 2007. Ahmed Amar, ⬙Day 6: 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m.,⬙ 24, Fox, 2007. Ahmed Amar, ⬙Day 6: 9:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.,⬙ 24, Fox, 2007. Henry Chanoor, ⬙Outsider, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: SVU and Special Victims Unit), NBC, 2007.

Film Work: Associate producer, Hector, Platinum Point Pictures, 2002. Executive producer, Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj (also known as National Lampoon’s ⬙Van Wilder: The Rise of Taj,⬙ and Van Wilder: The Rise of Taj), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2006. Television Appearances; Series: Dr. George, All about the Andersons, The WB, 2003. Dr. Lawrence Kutner, House M.D. (also known as House), Fox, 2007–2009. Television Appearances; Movies: Vandana’s fiance, Cosmopolitan, 2003. Harrison, Homeland Security, NBC, 2004. 230

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Also appeared in an episode of Six Feet Under, HBO. PITT, Brad 1963– Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (also known as Leno), NBC, 2004. Jimmy Kimmel Live! (also known as Jimmy Kimmel), ABC, 2004. (Uncredited) Howard Stern, E! Entertainment Television, 2004. The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, CBS, 2007, 2008. Larry King Live, Cable News Network, 2008. Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 2008. Up Close with Carrie Keagan, ABC, 2008.

PERSONAL Full name, William Bradley Pitt; born December 18, 1963, in Shawnee, OK; raised in Springfield, MO; son of William (a manager at a trucking firm) and Jane Etta (a high school counselor; maiden name, Hillhouse) Pitt; married Jennifer Aniston (an actress), July 29, 2000 (divorced, 2005); companion of Angelina Jolie (an actress), beginning c. 2005; children: Maddox Chivan (adopted); (with Jolie) Zahara Marley (adopted), Pax Thien (adopted), Shiloh Nouvel, Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline (twins). Education: Attended University of Missouri at Columbia, c. 1982–86; studied acting with Roy London. Avocational Interests: Architecture.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: 2004 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 2004. 2007 AZN Asian Excellence Awards, 2007.

Addresses: Office—Plan B Entertainment, 9150 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 350, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles CA 90067; (commercials) Todd Shemarya Artists, 6055 Scenic Ave., Los Angeles, Ca 90068. Manager—Cynthia Pett–Dante, Brillstein Entertainment Partners, 9150 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 350, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

Internet Appearances; Episodic: Fred, ⬙Regarding Ardy,⬙ The Lonely Island, LonelyIsland. com, 2003. RECORDINGS Videos: The Making of ⬙Love Don’t Cost a Thing,⬙ Warner Bros., 2004. John Cho & Kal Penn: The Backseat Interview, New Line Home Entertainment, 2005. Requiem for Krypton: Making ⬙Superman Returns,⬙ Warner Home Video, 2006. House, M.D., Season Four: New Beginnings, Universal Studios Home Entertainment, 2008.

Career: Actor and producer. Plan B Productions, Beverly Hills, CA, principal. Performed on stage at Vandevort Theatre, Springfield, MO. Appeared in magazine advertisements for Levi’s and in other commercials, primarily outside the United States, including Heineken beer, 2005. Patron of Mineseeker Foundation and Sole of Africa; Maddox Jolie–Pitt Foundation, cofounder, 2006; Make It Right Foundation, New Orleans, LA, founder, 2007; humanitarian and philanthropist. Worked as a limousine driver, delivered refrigerators, and dressed as a giant chicken for a restaurant.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Newsmakers, Issue 1, Gale, 2009.

Member: Sigma Chi (Xi Xi chapter).

Periodicals: Bibi, July, 2001, pp. 36–42. Entertainment Weekly, April 7, 2009; July 17, 2009, p. 14. India West, April 11, 2003. Interview, April, 2007. People Weekly, March 19, 2007, p. 128. Playboy, May, 2008, p. 21. Premiere, May, 2005, p. 21. Rolling Stone, October 3, 2002, p. 70.

Awards, Honors: Named among ⬙promising new actors of 1991,⬙ John Willis’ Screen World, 1991; ShoWest Award, male star of tomorrow, National Association of Theatre Owners, 1993; Bronze Wrangler Award (with others), outstanding theatrical motion picture, Western Heritage Awards, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best actor in a motion picture drama, both 1995, for Legends of the Fall; Saturn Award nomination, best actor, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, MTV Movie Awards, best male performance and most desirable male, and MTV Movie Award nomination (with Tom Cruise), best on–screen duo, all 1995, for Interview with the Vampire; MTV Movie Award, most desirable male, and MTV Movie Award nomination (with Morgan Freeman), best on–screen duo, both

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1996, for Se7en; Golden Globe Award, best supporting actor in a motion picture, Saturn Award, best supporting actor, Universe Reader’s Choice Award, best supporting actor in a genre motion picture, Sci–Fi Universe, Academy Award nomination, best supporting actor, and MTV Movie Award nomination, best male performance, all 1996, and Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite supporting actor in a science fiction film, 1997, all for Twelve Monkeys; Audience Award, best actor, Rembrandt Awards, 1998, for Seven Years in Tibet; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination (with Edward Norton), favorite action team, 2000, for Fight Club; Golden Satellite Award nomination, best supporting actor in a comedy or musical, International Press Academy, 2001, for Snatch; Teen Choice Award nomination (with Julia Roberts), choice chemistry in a film, 2001, for The Mexican; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding guest actor in a comedy series, 2002, for ⬙The One with the Rumor,⬙ Friends; Phoenix Film Critics Society Award nomination (with others), best acting ensemble, MTV Movie Award nomination (with others), best on–screen team, and Teen Choice Award nomination, choice actor in a drama or action adventure, all 2002, and DVD Premiere Award nomination (with others), best audio commentary on a new release, DVD Exclusive Awards, 2003, all for Ocean’s Eleven; Blimp Award nomination, favorite voice from an animated movie, Kids’ Choice Awards, 2004, for Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas; Teen Choice Award, choice movie actor in a drama or action adventure, 2004, and MTV Movie Award nominations, best male performance and best fight (with Eric Bana), 2005, all for Troy; Critics Choice Award nomination (with others), best acting ensemble, Broadcast Film Critics Association, 2005, for Ocean’s Twelve; People’s Choice Award, favorite leading man, Procter & Gamble Productions, 2005; Audience Award nomination, best international actor, Irish Film and Television Awards, 2005, Teen Choice Award (with Angelina Jolie), choice movie fight, Teen Choice Award nominations, choice movie actor in an action adventure or thriller and choice liar, and choice chemistry in a movie, choice movie dance scene, and choice movie kiss (all with Jolie), NRJ Cine Awards, actor of the year and best kiss (with Jolie), MTV Movie Award, best fight, and MTV Movie Award nomination, best kiss (both with Jolie), People’s Choice Award, favorite leading man, and People’s Choice Award nominations, favorite male action star and favorite on– screen match–up (with Jolie), all 2006, all for Mr. & Mrs. Smith; Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination and Satellite Award nomination, both best supporting actor, 2006, Gotham Award (with others), best ensemble cast, 2006, Golden Globe Award nomination, best supporting actor in a motion picture, Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), best cast in a motion picture, and Ensemble Cast Award (with others), Palm Springs International Film Festival, all 2007, all for Babel; People’s Choice Award nomination, favorite leading man, 2007; Film Award nomination (with others), best film, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 2007, for The Departed; Volpi Cup,

best actor, Venice Film Festival, 2007, for The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford; Independent Spirit Award nomination (with others), best feature, Independent Features Project/West, 2008, for A Mighty Heart; Teen Choice Award nomination (with others), choice chemistry in a movie, 2007, and People’s Choice Award (with George Clooney), favorite on–screen match–up, 2008, both for Ocean’s Thirteen; Academy Award nomination, Saturn Award nomination, Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, and Film Award nomination, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, all best actor, Golden Globe Award nomination, best actor in a motion picture drama, Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding cast in a motion picture, Critics Choice Award nominations, best actor and best acting ensemble (with others), Broadcast Film Critics Association, and Teen Choice Award nomination, choice movie actor in a drama, all 2009, for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button; Film Award nomination, best supporting actor, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 2009, for Burn after Reading; People’s Choice Award, favorite leading man, 2009; National Achievement Award, American College Theatre Festival, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Partygoer and preppie kid at fight, Less than Zero, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1987. (Uncredited) Waiter, No Man’s Land, 1987. Brian, Happy Together, Borde Releasing, 1989. Dwight Ingalls, Cutting Class, Gower Street, 1989. Joe Maloney, Across the Tracks (also known as Nowhere to Run), Rosenbloom Entertainment, 1990. J. D., Thelma & Louise, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/Pathe, 1991. Title role, Johnny Suede, Miramax, 1991. Detective Frank Harris, Cool World (live–action and animated), Paramount, 1992. Paul Maclean, A River Runs through It, Columbia, 1992. Early Grayce, Kalifornia, Gramercy, 1993. Floyd, True Romance (also known as Breakaway), Warner Bros., 1993. Elliott Fowler, The Favor (also known as The Favour and The Indecent Favour), Orion, 1994. Louis de Pointe du Lac, Interview with the Vampire (also known as Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles), Warner Bros., 1994. Tristan Ludlow, Legends of the Fall, TriStar, 1994. Detective David Mills, Se7en (also known as Seven), New Line Cinema, 1995. Jeffrey Goines, Twelve Monkeys, Universal, 1995. Michael Sullivan, Sleepers, Warner Bros., 1996. Heinrich Harrer, Seven Years in Tibet, TriStar/Mandalay Entertainment, 1997. 232

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Rick, The Dark Side of the Sun (also known as Mracna strana sunca and Tamna strana sunca), 1997. Rory Devaney/Francis ⬙Frankie⬙ McGuire, The Devil’s Own (also known as Ennemis rapproches), Columbia, 1997. Young man in coffee shop/Joe Black (Death), Meet Joe Black, Universal, 1998. (Uncredited) Himself, Being John Malkovich, USA Films, 1999. Tyler Durden, Fight Club, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1999. Mickey ⬙One Punch⬙ O’Neil, Snatch (also known as Snatch: Pigs and Diamonds), Screen Gems, 2000. Jerry Welbach, The Mexican, DreamWorks, 2001. Rusty Ryan, Ocean’s Eleven (also known as 11 and 011), Warner Bros., 2001. Tom Bishop, Spy Game (also known as Spy Game—Der finale countdown and Spy game—Jeu d’espions), Universal, 2001. Bachelor Brad, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (also known as Gestaendnisse—Confessions of a Dangerous Mind), Miramax, 2002. (Uncredited) Himself, Full Frontal, Miramax, 2002. Himself, Abby Singer (also released as Abby Singer 2007), Wembly Hall Theatre Company, 2003. Voice of Sinbad, Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (animated), DreamWorks, 2003. Achilles, Troy, Warner Bros., 2004. Rusty Ryan, Ocean’s Twelve, Warner Bros., 2004. John Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Twentieth Century– Fox, 2005. Richard Jones, Babel, Paramount, 2006. Rusty Ryan, Ocean’s Thirteen (also known as 13), Warner Bros., 2007. Jesse James, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (also known as The Assassination of Jesse James and L’assassinat de Jesse James par le lache Robert Ford), Warner Bros., 2007. Chad Feldheimer, Burn after Reading, Focus Features, 2008. Benjamin Button, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (also known as The Curious Case), Paramount, 2008. Lieutenant Aldo Raine, Inglourious Basterds, Weinstein Company/Universal, 2009. Voice of Sergeant Bill Mauldin, Beyond All Boundaries (short film), Mousetrappe/Hettema Group, 2009. Mr. O’Brien, The Tree of Life, 2010. Voice of Metro Man, Oobermind (animated), DreamWorks, 2010.

Film Executive Producer: God Grew Tired of Us: The Story of Lost Boys of Sudan (documentary; also known as God Grew Tired of Us), Newmarket Films, 2007. Year of the Dog, Paramount, 2007. The Tehuacan Project (short film), Motive Entertainment, 2007. The Time Traveler’s Wife (also known as The Time Traveller’s Wife), New Line Cinema, 2009. Television Appearances; Series: Chris, Another World (also known as Another World: Bay City), NBC, 1987. Randy, a recurring role, Dallas, CBS, 1987–88. Walker Lovejoy, a recurring role, Glory Days (also known as The Kids Are All Right), Fox, 1990. Narrator, e2: The Economies of Being Environmentally Conscious, 2008–2009. Television Appearances; Movies: Theodore ⬙Teddy⬙ Johnson, A Stoning in Fulham County, NBC, 1988. Billy Canton, Too Young to Die?, NBC, 1990. Steve Black, The Image, HBO, 1990. Cox, ⬙Contact,⬙ Showtime 30–Minute Movie, Showtime, 1993. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Bravo Profiles: The Entertainment Business, Bravo, 1998. Voices, Freedom: A History of Us, PBS, 2003. Narrator, Rx for Survival: A Global Health Challenge, PBS, 2005. Television Appearances; Specials: (In archive footage) Weddings of a Lifetime, 1995. The Siskel & Ebert Interviews, CBS, 1996. Town Meeting with Diane Sawyer: Celebrities vs. the Press, 1997. Intimate Portrait: Melissa Etheridge, Lifetime, 1999. (In archive footage) ⬙Robert Redford: Hollywood Outlaw,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. America: A Tribute to Heroes, multiple networks, 2001. The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 2001. Host and narrator, Growing Up Grizzly, Animal Planet, 2001. ⬙Robert Redford,⬙ Bravo Profiles, Bravo, 2001. ⬙Anthony Hopkins,⬙ Bravo Profiles, Bravo, 2001. Jeff Buckley: Everybody Here Wants You, BBC, 2002. (In archive footage) Shirtless: Hollywood’s Sexiest Men, AMC, 2002. The Stars’ First Time ѧ on Entertainment Tonight with Mary Hart, CBS, 2003.

Film Producer: The Departed, Warner Bros., 2006. Running with Scissors, TriStar, 2005. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (also known as The Assassination of Jesse James and L’assassinat de Jesse James par le lache Robert Ford), Warner Bros., 2007. A Mighty Heart, Paramount, 2007. 233

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(In archive footage) The Another World Reunion, Soap Network, 2003. ⬙Brad Pitt,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2004. The Making of ⬙Troy,⬙ 2004. Troy: The Passion of Helen, Arts and Entertainment, 2004. (In archive footage) 101 Biggest Celebrity Oops, E! Entertainment Television, 2004. Primetime Live: Brad Pitt’s Journey to Africa, ABC, 2005. ⬙Bruce Willis,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2005. Tsunami Aid: A Concert of Hope, multiple networks, 2005. (In archive footage) 101 Sexiest Celebrity Bodies, MuchMusic, 2005. Live 8, multiple networks, 2005. ⬙The 10 most Fascinating People of 2006,⬙ The Barbara Walters Special (also known as Barbara Walters: Interviews of a Lifetime and The Barbara Walters Summer Special), ABC, 2006. Forbes Celebrity 100: Who Made Bank?, E! Entertainment Television, 2006. (In archive footage) Richard, San Sebastian 2006: Cronica de Carlos Boyero (also known as Cannes 2006: Cronica de Carlos Boyero), 2006. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Rusty Ryan, Boffo! Tinseltown’s Bombs and Blockbusters, HBO, 2006. ⬙Anthony Hopkins,⬙ Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2007. Julia Roberts: An American Cinematheque Tribute, AMC, 2007. Live from the Red Carpet: The 2007 Golden Globe Awards, E! Entertainment Television, 2007. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Penelope, camino a los Oscar, 2007. (In archive footage) Richard, 51 premis Sant Jordi de cinematografia, 2007. Hollywood Habitat for Humanity, DIY Network, 2008. 13th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards Red Carpet Premiere, VH1, 2008. Live from the Red Carpet: The 2008 Screen Actors Guild Awards, E! Entertainment Television, 2008. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Oscar, que empiece el espectaculo, 2008. (In archive footage) Louis de Pointe du Lac Premio Donostia a Antonio Banderas, 2008. The Orange British Academy Film Awards: Red Carpet (also known as The British Academy Film Awards: Red Carpet), 2009. Spike’s Guys Choice, Spike TV, 2009. Television Appearances; Episodic: Jeffrey, ⬙Who’s Zoomin’ Who?,⬙ Growing Pains, ABC, 1987. The New Hollywood Squares, 1988. Peter, ⬙Best Years of Your Life,⬙ 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1988. Bernard, ⬙Love and Sex,⬙ thirtysomething, ABC, 1989. 234

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Television Talk Show Guest Appearances; Episodic: The Oprah Winfrey Show (also known as Oprah), syndicated, 1998, 2004, 2008. The Howard Stern Radio Show, 1999. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (also known as Jay Leno), NBC, 2001. Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 2004. Good Morning America (also known as G.M.A.), ABC, 2007. Live with Regis and Kelly, syndicated, 2007. Jimmy Kimmel Live! (also known as Jimmy Kimmel), ABC, 2007, 2008. Larry King Live, Cable News Network, multiple appearances, beginning 2007. Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (also known as The Ellen Show), syndicated, 2008. The Charlie Rose Show (also known as Charlie Rose), PBS, 2008. Real Time with Bill Maher (also known as Real Time with Bill Maher: Electile Dysfunction ’08), HBO, 2009.

RECORDINGS Videos: (Uncredited) The Hamster Factor and Other Tales of Twelve Monkeys, 1996. On Location: Fight Club, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2000. (In archive footage) American Arts & Culture Presents John Horatio Malkovich ⬙Dance of Despair & Disillusionment,⬙ 2000. The Making of ⬙Spy Game,⬙ 2001. Making ⬙Snatch,⬙ 2001. ⬙Ocean’s Eleven:⬙ The Look of the Con, Warner Home Video, 2002. (In archive footage) Ultimate Fights from the Movies, Flixmix, 2002. Thelma & Louise: The Last Journey, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer Home Entertainment, 2003. The Making of ⬙Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas,⬙ DreamWorks Home Entertainment, 2003. 235

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Troy: From Ruins to Reality, Warner Bros., Entertainment, 2005. Troy: In the Thick of Battle, Warner Bros. Entertainment, 2005. Domestic Violence: Shooting Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Twentieth Century–Fox Home Entertainment, 2006. Brad Pitt Video Portrait, Rainbow Media, 2006. (In archive footage) Saturday Night Live: The Best of Saturday TV Funhouse, 2006. The Assassination of Jesse James: Death of an Outlaw, Warner Bros. Home Video, 2008. His Highness Hollywood, 2008. (In archive footage) Hillary! Uncensored: Banned by the Media, Equal Justice Foundation of America/ Hillary Clinton Accountability Project, 2008. The Curious Birth of Benjamin Button, Paramount Home Entertainment, 2009.

Periodicals: Detour, April, 1997, pp. 97–102. Empire, October, 1997, pp. 91, 193; February, 1999, pp. 70–74. Entertainment Weekly, November 6, 1992, pp. 30–35; June 21, 2002, p. 90. Esquire, September, 2000, pp. 26–27, 29–30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 239. Flicks, January, 1999, pp. 10, 11. Heat, January 26, 2002, pp. 6–7, 18–19. Hello!, November 20, 2001, pp. 70–74. Interview, November, 1997; March, 2007, p. 150. Ladies’ Home Journal, July, 2002, pp. 90–93, 158–59. Newsweek, February 3, 1997, pp. 50–51. New York Times, July 21, 2005. Parade, October 7, 2007, pp. 4–6; November 9, 2008, pp. 4–5; August 9, 2009, pp. 4–5. People Weekly, July 20, 2000; November 13, 2000, pp. 76–81; December 10, 2001, pp. 108–11, 113, 115; March 29, 2004, p. 26. Premiere, November, 1997, pp. 86–94, 135; August, 1999, pp. 68–73, 100; March, 2001, p. 113. Premiere, December, 1997, pp. 36–41, 43–45. Rolling Stone, October 28, 1999, pp. 66–74, 116. Sky, October, 1992. St. Petersburg Times, March 27, 2005. Time, May 14, 2007, p. 130. TV Guide, February 21, 2004, p. 33; April 10, 2006, pp. 32–33. US Weekly, August 14, 2000, p. 3. Vogue, November, 1997, pp. 320–30. Washington Post, October 5, 2007, pp. 36, 39.

Appeared in the music videos ⬙Don’t Turn Around⬙ by Ace of Base, 1994; and ⬙David Duchovny⬙ by Bree Sharp, 1999. Audio Books: Narrator, All the Pretty Horses, by Cormac McCarthy, Random House, 1994. WRITINGS Nonfiction: (Contributor of photo essay) Randell L. Makinson, Greene & Greene: The Blacker House, Gibbs Smith, 2000.

Other: ⬙Brad Pitt⬙ (television special), Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2004.

OTHER SOURCES PLATT, Oliver 1960–

Books: Catalano, Grace, Brad Pitt: Hot and Sexy, Bantam Books, 1995. Dempsey, Amy, Brad Pitt, Chelsea House, 1997. George–Warren, Holly, Mark Seliger, and Chris Mundy, Brad Pitt, Little, Brown, 1997. Guzzetti, Paula, Brad Pitt, Silver Burdett Press, 1998. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 3: Actors and Actresses, 4th edition, St. James Press, 2000. Newsmakers 1995, Issue 4, Gale, 1995. Nickson, Chris, Brad Pitt, St. Martin’s Press, 1995. Robb, Brian J., Brad Pitt: The Rise to Stardom, Plexus Publishing, 1996. Seitz, Matt Zoller, Brad Pitt, House of Collectibles, 1996. Shay, Regan, Brad Pitt, Bantam Books, 1992. Westbrook, Caroline, Brad Pitt: The Illustrated Story, Music Book Services, 1996.

PERSONAL Full name, Oliver James Platt; born January 12, 1960, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada; son of Nicholas (a diplomat and ambassador) and Sheila (maiden name, Maynard) Platt; married Camilla Campbell (a homemaker), 1993 (some sources cite 1992); children: Lili, George, Claire. Education: Tufts University, B.A., drama, 1984; trained with Kristine Linklater at Shakespeare and Company, Lenox, MA. Avocational Interests: Baseball. Addresses: Agent—WME Entertainment, One William Morris Pl., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist—I/D Public Relations, 8409 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069. 236

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Hector Cyr, Lake Placid (also known as Lac Placid), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1999. Peter Steinberg, Three to Tango, Warner Bros., 1999. Rupert Burns, Bicentennial Man (also known as Der 200 Jahre Mann), Buena Vista, 1999. Fulvio Nesstra, Gun Shy (also known as Gunshy), Buena Vista, 2000. Jimmy King, Ready to Rumble, Warner Bros., 2000. Victor Wallace, Liberty Stands Still (also known as Liberty stands still—Im Visier des Moerders), Lions Gate Films, 2000. Dr. Louis Sachs, Don’t Say a Word, Twentieth Century– Fox, 2001. Moran, Ash Wednesday, Focus Features, 2002. Toad, ZigZag, Silver Nitrate Releasing, 2002. Jim Burns, Pieces of April, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2003. Doug Reed, Hope Springs, Buena Vista, 2003. Herman Wells, Kinsey, Fox Searchlight, 2004. Mr. Pomeroy, Loverboy, THINKFilm, 2005. Pete, The Ice Harvest, Focus Features, 2005. Paprizzio, Casanova (also known as Femur), Buena Vista, 2005. Marc Jacobson, The Ten, THINKFilm, 2007. Jeff, Martian Child, New Line Cinema, 2007. Bob Zelnick, Frost/Nixon (also known as Frost/Nixon, l’heure de verite), Universal, 2008. High priest, Year One, Columbia, 2009. Voice of Hades, Wonder Woman (animated), Warner Bros. Animation, 2009. Please Give, 2009. Carl Anheuser, 2012, 2009.

Career: Actor and producer. Appeared in radio commercials for Bank of America. Awards, Honors: Blockbuster Award nomination, favorite supporting actor in a comedy, 1999, for Doctor Dolittle; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding guest actor in a drama series, 2001, for The West Wing; Emmy Award nominations, outstanding supporting actor in a drama series, 2005, 2006, Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a series, miniseries or motion picture made for television, 2005, all for Huff; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actor in a play, 2006, for Shining City; Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, outstanding performance by a male actor in a television movie or miniseries, 2008, for The Bronx Is Burning; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding guest actor in a drama series, 2008, for Nip/Tuck; Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture, 2009, for Frost/Nixon. CREDITS Film Appearances: Dave Lutz, Working Girl, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1988. Ed Benitez, Married to the Mob, Orion, 1988. Mr. Newby, Crusoe, Island Pictures, 1988. Neil Bleene, Postcards from the Edge, Columbia, 1990. Randy Steckle, Flatliners, Columbia, 1990. Fitz, Diggstown (also known as Midnight Sting), Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1992. Harvey, Beethoven (also known as Beethoven: Story of a Dog), Universal, 1992. Eric, Benny & Joon, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1993. Jack Hartsell, The Temp, Paramount, 1993. Jeremy, Indecent Proposal, Paramount, 1993. Porthos, The Three Musketeers, Buena Vista, 1993. Paul Bunyan, Tall Tale (also known as Tall Tale: The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill), Buena Vista, 1995. Tommy Fawkes, Funny Bones, Buena Vista, 1995. Dennis Cahill, Executive Decision (also known as Critical Decision), Warner Bros., 1996. Henry Rex Vonner, A Time to Kill, Warner Bros., 1996. Dennis Murphy, Bulworth, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1997. Ben Goodrich, Simon Birch (also known as Angels and Armadillos, A Prayer for Owen Meany, and A Small Miracle), Buena Vista, 1998. Dr. Mark Weller, Doctor Dolittle (also known as Dr. Dolittle), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998. Maffio Venier, Dangerous Beauty (also known as Courtesan, A Destiny of Her Own, The Honest Courtesan, and Venice), Warner Bros., 1998. Maurice, The Impostors (also known as Ship of Fools), Fox Searchlight, 1998.

Film Work: Associate producer, Big Night, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1996. Television Appearances; Series: Wallace Benton, Deadline, NBC, 2000–2001. Judge Jack Moran, Queens Supreme, CBS, 2003–2007. Russell Tupper, Huff, Showtime, 2004–2006. Television Appearances; Miniseries: George Steinbrenner, The Bronx Is Burning, ESPN, 2007. Television Appearances; Movies: Yaron Svoray, The Infiltrator, HBO, 1995. Malcolm Tucker, The Thick of It, 2007. Television Appearances; Specials: Himself, The Making of ⬙The Three Musketeers,⬙ 1993. Fairy godperson, Cinderelmo, Fox, 1999. 2000 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 2000. Himself, ⬙Huff⬙: Around the Edges, Showtime, 2004. Himself, The 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2005. 237

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Presenter, The 60th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 2006. Himself, The 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, NBC, 2006. Himself, The 63rd Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 2009. Television Appearances; Pilots: Burke, Tattingers (also known as Nick & Hillary), 1988. Wallace Benton, Deadline, NBC, 2000. Russell Tupper, Huff, Showtime, 2004. Bored to Death, HBO, 2009.

Stage Appearances: The Comedy of Errors, Shakespeare and Company, Lenox, MA, 1985. Much Ado about Nothing, Shakespeare and Company, 1985. Bubba, The Greenhouse Keeper Died over the Weekend, Manhattan Punch Line, New York City, 1987. The Man, If Walls Could Talk, Manhattan Punch Line, 1987. Syme, 1984, American Theater Exchange, Joyce Theatre, San Diego, CA, 1987. The Miser, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1987. Sparks in the Park, Playwrights Horizons Theatre, New York City, 1987. Urban Blight, Stage I, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1988. Pere Ubu, Ubu, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York City, 1989. Moon over Miami, Yale Repertory Theatre, 1989. Larry, Elliot Loves, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL, then Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1990. Sir Toby Belch, Twelfth Night, Delacorte Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 2002. (Broadway debut) John, Shining City, Biltmore Theatre, 2006. Nathan Detroit, Guys and Dolls, Nederlander Theater, New York City, 2009.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Norm, ⬙In the Money,⬙ The Equalizer, CBS, 1987. Speed Stiles, ⬙Baseballs of Death,⬙ Miami Vice, NBC, 1988. Speed Stiles, ⬙Indian Wars,⬙ Miami Vice, NBC, 1988. ⬙Changing Houses,⬙ Wiseguy, CBS, 1990. Himself, The Word, 1994. Himself, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC, 1998. Himself, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn (also known as The Late Late Show), CBS, 1999. The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 1999. Himself, The Rosie O’Donnell Show, syndicated, 2000. White House Counsel Oliver Babish, ⬙Bad Moon Rising,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 2001. White House Counsel Oliver Babish, ⬙The Fall’s Gonna Kill You,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 2001. White House Counsel Oliver Babish, ⬙18th and Potomac,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 2001. White House Counsel Oliver Babish, ⬙Manchester: Part 1,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 2001. White House Counsel Oliver Babish, ⬙Ways and Means,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 2001. White House Counsel Oliver Babish, ⬙Gone Quiet,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 2001. Himself, Between the Lions, PBS, 2002. Narrator, ⬙None without Sin: Arthur Miller, Elia Kazan, and the Blacklist,⬙ American Masters, PBS, 2003. Himself, Dinner for Five, Independent Film Channel, 2003. Narrator, ⬙World in the Balance: China Revs Up,⬙ Nova, PBS, 2004. Narrator, ⬙World in the Balance: The People Paradox,⬙ Nova, PBS, 2004. Himself, Larry King Live, Cable News Network, 2004. Himself, Jimmy Kimmel Live! (also known as Jimmy Kimmel), ABC, 2005. Himself, Ellen: The Ellen DeGenres Show (also known as The Ellen Show), syndicated, 2005. White House Counsel Oliver Babish, ⬙The Ticket,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 2005. White House Counsel Oliver Babish, ⬙Here Today,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 2005. Himself, Film 2006 (also known as The Film Programme), BBC, 2006. Freddy Prune, ⬙Carly Summers,⬙ Nip/Tuck, FX Network, 2007.

Also appeared in The Tempest. RECORDINGS Videos: Himself, ⬙The Ice Harvest⬙: Beneath the Harvest (short documentary), Universal Studios Home Video, 2006. Video Games: Voice of Luther–Dwayne Grady, SSX Tricky, Electronic Arts, 2001. Voice, Scarface: The World Is Yours, Vivendi Universal Games, 2006. Music Videos: Appeared in ⬙Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)⬙ by Pras. 238

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POLONE Television Executive Producer; Pilots: Out There, ABC, 1997. Birthmarks, Fox, 1997. Gilmore Girls (also known as Gilmore Girls: Beginnings), The WB, 2000. Sam’s Circus, CBS, 2001. More, Patience, Fox, 2001. Split Second, NBC, 2002. Hack, CBS, 2002. Life at Five Feet, NBC, 2002. Hidden Howie: The Private Life of a Public Nuisance, NBC, 2003. Celebrity Temps, NBC, 2003. D.O.T.S., NBC, 2004. The Showbiz Show with David Spade, Comedy Central, 2005. My Boys, TBS, 2006. Emily’s Reasons Why Not, ABC, 2006. Thief, FX Network, 2006. The Angriest Man in Suburbia, CBS, 2006. More, Patience, Fox, 2006. Tell Me You Love Me, HBO, 2007.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, June 19, 1998, p. 55; December 5, 2005, p. 18. Los Angeles Times, September 20, 1998. People