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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 53 Includes Cumulative Index Containing References to Who’s Who in the Theatre and Who Was Who in the Theatre

Contemporary Theatre, Film & Television, Vol. 53

Editor Thomas Riggs

Project Editor Michael J. Tyrkus

Editorial Support Services Ryan Cartmill

CTFT Staff Mariko Fujinaka, Laura Gabler, Janice Jorgensen, Annette Petrusso, Susan Risland, Lisa Sherwin, Arlene True, Andrea Votava, Pam Zuber

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Contents

Preface ........................................................................................... vii Biographies ...................................................................................... 1 Cumulative Index (Including references to Who’s Who in the Theatre and Who Was Who in the Theatre) .......................................... 351

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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 225 entries in CTFT 53, the series now provides biographies on approximately 16,955 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 Group, 27500 Drake Rd., Farmington Hills, MI 48331-3535; or feel free to call toll-free at 1-800877-GALE.

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James O’Keefe, Fugitive Rage, A–Pix Entertainment, 1996. Cord, Steel Sharks, Royal Oaks Entertainment, 1996. Jed Wills, Sexual Roulette (also known as Carnal Risk), A–pix Entertainment, 1996. Jeff, Illicit Dreams 2 (also known as Death & Desire), New City, 1996. Dino, Strategic Command, 1997. Nail man, The Artist, 1997. James Decker, Rapid Assault, Royal Oaks Communications, 1997. Scott Travers, Night Shade, Triboro, 1997. McQueen, Hybrid, American Independent, 1997. Randal, Storm Trooper, New City, 1998. Bobby ⬙Jet⬙ Burkett, Desert Thunder, New Horizons, 1998. Fantasy husband, Black Widow Escort (also known as Dark Heat and Escort II), New City, 1998. Sergeant Gammon, The Base, Sterling Home Entertainment, 1999. Jim Corrigan, The Escort III, Don Key Productions, 1999. Rob Carter, Active Stealth, New City, 1999. Merle, Viva Las Nowhere (also known as Dead Simple), Viva Las Nowhere Productions, 2000. Devlin, The Substitute: Failure Is Not an Option, Artisan, 2000. Jim Beckett, Instinct to Kill (also known as The Perfect Husband), Metropolitan Filmexport, 2001. Captain Connelly, Raptor, New Concorde, 2001. Army intelligence officer, We Were Soldiers (also known as Wir waren Helden), Paramount, 2002. Jess, Special Forces, Nu Image, 2003. Jack, Curse of the Komodo, 2003.

ABELL, Tim 1968– (Timothy Abell) PERSONAL Born July 1, 1968, in Manassas, VA. Education: Trained with special forces unit of the U.S. military, Fort Benning, GA; attended University of Maryland; studied acting with Jeff Corey. Avocational Interests: Cooking, ballroom dancing, martial arts. Addresses: Manager—Personal Management Company, 425 N. Robertson Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90048. Agent— Artists Group Ltd., 10100 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 2409, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Contact—P.O. Box 1549, Studio City, CA 91614. Career: Actor. Performed as Jeff Benton in an Internet broadcast soap opera, The Spot, 1995–97. Also worked as a carpenter, bartender, inline skating instructor, and ballroom dance teacher at Arthur Murray Dance Studio. Military service: Served in U.S. Army, beginning c. 1985; became a U.S. Army Ranger. CREDITS Film Appearances: (As Timothy Abell) Doug, Elliot Fauman, Ph.D., Taurus Entertainment, 1990. Jerry, Sunset Strip, Contact Films, 1992. Nail man, Portrait in Red (also known as Dark Red), Trident, 1995. Mark, Over the Wire, Playboy Entertainment Group, 1995. Mark, Attack of the 60–Foot Centerfold, New Horizons Home Video, 1995. Jack, Masseuse (also known as American Masseuse), Triboro, 1996.

Television Appearances; Series: Benny Ray Riddle, Soldier of Fortune, Inc. (also known as S.O.F. Special Ops Force, S.O.F., Inc. and SOF, Inc.), syndicated, beginning 1997. Television Appearances; Movies: Randal, Storm Trooper, Showtime, 1999. Sergeant Gammon, The Base, Cinemax, 1999. 1

ADAMS

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 Julia, The Philanderer, Yale Repertory, New Haven, CT, 1983. Carol, Linda Hur, Second Stage Theatre, 1984. Heidi Holland (title role), The Heidi Chronicles, Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1990. Bella, Lost in Yonkers, Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, 1991–1992. Jolly, The Old Neighborhood, American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA, 1997.

Devlin, The Substitute 4: Failure Is Not an Option, 2000. Jeb Bucknell, Murder, She Wrote: The Last Free Man, CBS, 2001. Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙For the Children,⬙ Seven Days, UPN, 1999. (Uncredited) ⬙Valma and Louise,⬙ V.I.P., syndicated, 1999. Lieutenant Jenarette, ⬙Cabin Pressure,⬙ JAG, NBC, 2000.

Made her New York debut as Gabrielle, The Petrified Forest, St. Clements; appeared at age six in Finian’s Rainbow; also appeared as Bella, Lost in Yonkers, Boston, MA; in Over Mother’s Dead Body.

Stage Appearances: Appeared in Beltway Roulette, Le Cafe, as Eddie, Fool for Love, Power House Theatre, Heaven’s Den, The Complex, Method to the Madness, Jewel Box Theatre, as Oberon, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Pearly’s, The Complex, Rocks, The Room Upstairs, and The White Biting Dog, Odyssey Theatre, all Los Angeles; also appeared in Ah, Wilderness, Studio Theatre, Bus Stop, Colorblind, Gala Theatre, Washington, DC, Edward II, Source Theatre, On Guard, Sanctuary Theatre, and Romeo and Juliet.

Stage Work: Produced two seasons at Green Plays; produced Over Mother’s Dead Body. Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Nurse, Murders in the Rue Morgue (also known as Edgar Allan Poe’s Murders in the Rue Morgue), 1971. The Lords of Flatbush, 1974. (Scenes deleted) Terry, Car Wash, Universal, 1976. Rose, Shockwaves (also known as Shock Waves, Almost Human, and Death Corps), 1977. Abby, Days of Heaven, Paramount, 1978. Elizabeth Driscoll, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, United Artists, 1978. Stacy Bishop, A Man, a Woman, and a Bank, Avco Embassy, 1979. Alexandra Lopez de Pulido, Cuba, United Artists, 1979. The Great Train Robbery (also known as The First Great Train Robbery), United Artists, 1979. Jeannie, Tell Me a Riddle, 1980. Marion Edwards, Utilities, 1981. Sarah Bracknell, The Dead Zone, Paramount, 1983. (In archive footage) Elizabeth Driscoll, ⬙Invasion of the Body Snatchers,⬙ Terror in the Aisles (also known as Time for Terror), 1984. Erica Boyer, Almost You, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1985. Guest star in ⬙Stuff commercials,⬙ The Stuff, 1985. Lisa Simon, Key Exchange, 1985. Jane Belletto, Man on Fire (also known as Absinthe and Un uomo sotto tiro), TriStar, 1987. Virginia Marshall, The Unborn, Califilm, 1991. Nora, Gas Food Lodging, IRS Releasing/TriStar, 1992. Young Missy, My Boyfriend’s Back, Buena Vista, 1993. Narrator, The Fire This Time, Blacktop Films, 1994. Elizabeth Thomas Brewer, The Baby–Sitter’s Club, TriStar, 1995. Elizabeth James Tivey, Made–Up, 2002.

ADAMS, Brooke 1949– PERSONAL Born February 8, 1949, in New York, NY; daughter of Robert K. (an actor and producer) and Rosaland (an actress; maiden name, Gould) Adams; married Tony Shalhoub (an actor), 1992; children: Josie Lynn, Sophie. Education: Attended High School of Performing Arts and Institute of American Ballet; studied acting with Lee Strasberg. Addresses: Contact—c/o 248 South Van Ness Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90004; 121 North San Vicente Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actress, director, and producer. Awards, Honors: Saturn Award, best actress, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, & Horror Films, 1979, for Invasion of the Body Snatchers; Independent Spirit Award nomination, best supporting female, 1993, for Gas Food Lodging; Outer Critics Circle Award nomination, best actress, 1997, for The Old Neighborhood. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Carol, Split, Second Stage Theatre, New York City, 1980. Lisa, Key Exchange, WPA, New York City, 1982.

Film Work: Director, Two Faced, Theater 1761, 1995. Producer, Made–Up, 2002. 2

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ADAMS ⬙The Stork Club,⬙ Moonlighting, ABC, 1988. Terri Knowles, ⬙Fetal Attraction,⬙ Moonlighting, ABC, 1988. Terri Knowles, ⬙Maddie Hayes Got Married,⬙ Moonlighting, ABC, 1988. Terri Knowles, ⬙And the Flesh Was Made Word,⬙ Moonlighting, ABC, 1988. Guest, The Tonight Show, NBC, 1988. The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, 1990, 1991. Bree Ann Pratt, ⬙Melissa in Wonderland,⬙ thirtysomething, 1991. Susana, ⬙An Unexpected Snow,⬙ Touched by An Angel, CBS, 1994. Guest caller Marilyn, ⬙Kisses Sweeter Than Wine,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 1995. Mary, ⬙All about Christmas Eve,⬙ Wings, NBC, 1996. Joyce, ⬙Father John,⬙ Gun, ABC, 1997. Leigh, ⬙Mr. Monk and the Airplane,⬙ Monk, USA Network, 2002.

Television Appearances; Series: Cynthia Crackerby, O.K. Crackerby!, ABC, 1965–1966. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Pagan Tralone, Lace, ABC, 1984. Pagan Tralone, Lace II, ABC, 1985. Angie Varnas, ⬙Song of Songs,⬙ Picture Windows (also known as Picture Windows: Language of the Heart), Showtime, 1995. Television Appearances; Movies: Mae, The Daughters of Joshua Cabe, ABC, 1972. Kitty Preston, F. Scott Fitzgerald and ⬙The Last of the Belles,⬙ ABC, 1974. Mae, The Daughters of Joshua Cabe Return, ABC, 1975. Vera Franklin, Murder on Flight 502, ABC, 1975. Diane Fowler, Who Is the Black Dahlia?, NBC, 1975. Olive Deems/Gloria Chambers, Song of the Succubus, 1975. Beverly, James Dean: Portrait of a Friend (also known as James Dean and The Legend), NBC, 1976. Sarah Dacos, Nero Wolfe, ABC, 1979. Summer, 1981. Julia Newell, The Innocents Abroad, PBS, 1983. Diane Dupuy, Special People: Based on a True Story, CBS, 1984. Grace Danet, The Lion of Africa, HBO, 1987. Pat McClinton, Bridesmaids, CBS, 1989. Sally Norman, Sometimes They Come Back (also known as Stephen King’s ⬙Sometimes They Come Back⬙), CBS, 1991. Anna Dunne, The Last Hit (also known as The Long Kill), USA Network, 1993. Probable Cause (also known as Sleepless), Showtime, 1994.

Also appeared as Judy Trowbridge, Walter’s law clerk, ⬙The Law Clerk,⬙ Tony Randall Show, ABC; in The Directors, Encore.

ADAMS, Tony 1953– PERSONAL Full name, Anthony Patrick Adams; born February 15, 1953, in Dublin, Ireland; son of Charles (a contractor) and Teresa (maiden name, Fitzsimons) Adams; married second wife, Anne Runolfsson (an actress and singer), February 23, 1997; children: (first marriage) Andrew, Alister; (second marriage) Tess; some sources also cite a daughter Molly. Education: Attended Florida Atlantic University and Pepperdine University; received special training at Dublin Communication Centre.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Jennifer, Black Bart, CBS, 1975. Frannie Rosello, Flatbush/Avenue J, ABC, 1976. Meg Robbins, A Girl’s Life, ABC, 1989.

Addresses: Office—Blake Edwards Entertainment, 9336 West Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232–2628.

Television Appearances; Specials: Intimate Portrait: Brett Butler, Lifetime, 1998.

Career: Producer. Assistant to director John Boorman; associated with Burt Reynolds; Blake Edwards Entertainment, Culver City, CA, producer, beginning 1971; Blake Edwards Co., president, beginning 1988; Edwards/ Adams Theatrical, president. Also owner of a discotheque; formerly worked as a public relations consultant and entertainment reporter. International Institute of Kidney Diseases, past chair; Operation California (humanitarian relief organization), member of board of trustees; Show Coalition, board member; Committee of Concern for Central America, member.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Marky Morgan, ⬙My Child on Monday Morning,⬙ East Side/West Side, 1963. ⬙Angela,⬙ Police Woman, NBC, 1976. Mitzi Margolis, ⬙The Boy Next Door,⬙ Bob Newhart Show, CBS, 1976. Julie Winston, ⬙Dead Again,⬙ Kojak, CBS, 1976. Lizzie, ⬙Acts of Love: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Family, 1977. Lizzie, ⬙Echoes of Love,⬙ Family, ABC, 1978. ⬙Haunted,⬙ American Playhouse, PBS, 1984. ⬙Paul Reiser: Out on a Whim,⬙ On Location, HBO, 1987.

Member: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, American Film Institute, Producers Guild of America. 3

AGHAYAN

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Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nominations, 1979, for 10, and 1981, for S.O.B.; Golden Globe Award, Cesar Award from Academie des Arts et Techniques du Cinema, and Golden David Award from David Di Donatello, all 1982, and Premio Sant Jordi de cinematografia de R.N.E., 1983, all for Victor/Victoria; President’s Volunteer Action Award, 1983; Golden Globe Award, 1984, for Micki and Maude; nomination for Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Creator and executive producer, My Favorite Broadway: The Leading Ladies, PBS, 1999. Producer, Victor/Victoria, Bravo, 2000. Producer, My Favorite Broadway: The Love Songs, PBS, 2001. Executive producer, The Lullaby of Broadway: Opening Night on 42nd Street, PBS, 2001. Television Work; Series: Executive producer, Julie, ABC, 1992.

CREDITS Stage Producer: (And director) The English Can’t Remember ... The Irish Can’t Forget, Theatre at Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA, 1972. (With Blake Edwards) Victor/Victoria (musical), Marquis Theatre, New York City, 1995–1997. (With others) Minor Demons, Century Theatre for the Performing Arts, New York City, 1997.

Film Producer: (With Blake Edwards) 10, Warner Bros., 1979. (With Edwards) S.O.B., Paramount, 1981. (With Edwards) Victor/Victoria, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer/United Artists, 1982. (With Edwards) Trail of the Pink Panther, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1982. (With Edwards) Curse of the Pink Panther, Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1983. (With Edwards) The Man Who Loved Women, Columbia, 1983. Micki and Maude (also known as Micki + Maude), Columbia, 1984. That’s Life! (also known as Blake Edwards’ That’s Life!), Columbia, 1986. A Fine Mess (also known as Blake Edwards’ A Fine Mess), Columbia, 1987. Blind Date (also known as Blake Edwards’ Blind Date), TriStar, 1988. Sunset, TriStar, 1988. Skin Deep, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1989. Switch (also known as Blake Edwards’ Switch), Warner Bros., 1991.

Stage Producer; Major Tours: Producer of major tours, including Julie Andrews’s London concert and her U.S. and Japan tours, 1972–75. RECORDINGS Album Producer: Julie Andrews Live in Concert, 1980. WRITINGS Plays: The English Can’t Remember ... The Irish Can’t Forget, produced at Theatre at Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA, 1972.

Film Work; Other: Associate producer, The Return of the Pink Panther, United Artists, 1975. Associate producer, The Pink Panther Strikes Again, United Artists, 1976. Executive producer, Revenge of the Pink Panther, United Artists, 1978. Producer, Son of the Pink Panther (also known as Blake Edwards’ Son of the Pink Panther and Il figlio della pantera rosa), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1993.

AGHAYAN, Ray 1934– PERSONAL Full name, Reymond G. Aghayan; born July 29, 1934, in Tehran, Iran; immigrated to the United States, 1952, naturalized citizen, 1957; son of Hain and Jasmin (maiden name, Frendian) Aghayan. Education: University of California, Los Angeles, B.A. Politics: Democrat.

Television Work; Movies: Producer, ⬙Justin Case,⬙ The Disney Sunday Movie, ABC, 1988. Executive producer, Peter Gunn, ABC, 1989. Also worked as producer of Because We Care.

Career: Costume designer and producer. Also designer of clothing for retail stores.

Television Work; Specials: Producer, ⬙Julie Andrews: Back on Broadway,⬙ Great Performances, PBS, 1995.

Member: Costume Designers Guild. 4

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, outstanding individual achievement in costume design, 1965, for The Wonderful World of Burlesque II; Emmy Award, outstanding individual achievement in costume design, 1967, for Alice through the Looking Glass; Bronze Medal, French Board of Trade, 1967; Prestige Award, French lace industry, 1967; Costume Designers Guild awards, 1967, 1968; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding individual achievement in visual arts, 1968, for Carol Channing and Pearl Bailey on Broadway; Academy Award nomination, best costume design, 1969, for Gaily, Gaily; All American Press Association Award, 1969; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best costume design, 1970, for Applause; Phoenix Art Museum award, 1970; Academy Award nomination, best costume design (with Bob Mackie and Norma Koch), 1972, for Lady Sings the Blues; Academy Award nomination, best costume design (with Mackie and Shirley Strahm), 1975, for Funny Lady; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding individual achievement in costume design for a limited series or special, 1982, for The 55th Annual Academy Awards Presentation; Emmy Award, outstanding individual achievement in costume design for a variety or music program, 1987, for Diana Ross ... Red Hot Rhythm and Blues; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding individual achievement in costume design for special events programming, 1988, for The 60th Annual Academy Awards Presentation; Emmy Award, outstanding costume design for a variety or music program, 1992, for The 64th Annual Academy Awards Presentation; Emmy Award nominations, outstanding costume design for a variety or music program, 1995, for The 67th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, and 1997, for The 69th Annual Academy Awards Presentation.

AGHAYAN The 60th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1988. The 62nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1990. The 63rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1991. The 64th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1992. The 65th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1993. The 66th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1994. The 67th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1995. The 69th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1997. The 70th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1998. The 71st Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1999. The 73rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 2001.

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Television Costume Designer; Series: The Judy Garland Show, CBS, 1963. The Leslie Uggams Show, CBS, 1969. The Jim Nabors Show, syndicated, 1970–1971. The Smothers Brothers Show, CBS, 1975. Also designed costumes for The Carol Burnett Show, CBS. Television Costume Designer; Episodic: ⬙Diana’s World Tour⬙ (also known as ⬙Diana Ross at Wembley Hall⬙), HBO World Stage, HBO, 1989.

CREDITS Television Costume Designer; Specials: An Evening with Fred Astaire, 1958. Another Evening with Fred Astaire, 1959. The Dick Van Dyke Special, 1963. (With Bob Mackie) It’s Greek to Me, 1964. The Wonderful World of Burlesque II, 1965. Robin Hood, 1966. Carol Channing and 101 Men, 1967. Royal Follies of 1933, 1967. Alice through the Looking Glass, 1967. Carol Channing Presents the Seven Deadly Sins, 1968. Carol Channing and Pearl Bailey on Broadway, 1968. NBC Follies, 1973. Lily, 1975. Lola, 1976. Diana Ross ... Red Hot Rhythm and Blues, ABC, 1987.

Television Costume Designer; Other: 33 1/3 Revolutions per Monkee, 1969. Television Work; Movies: Executive producer, The Tenth Month, 1979. Producer, Consenting Adults, 1985. Television Producer; Series: (With Dick DeLeon) The Diahann Carroll Show, CBS, 1976. Film Costume Designer: (Uncredited) Father Goose, Universal, 1964. Do Not Disturb, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1965. The Art of Love, 1965. The Glass Bottom Boat (also known as The Spy in Lace Panties), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1966. Our Man Flint, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1966. Caprice, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1967.

Television Costume Designer; Awards Presentations: The 48th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1976. The American Fashion Awards, 1976. The 55th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1982. 5

ALDEN

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 CREDITS

Doctor Dolittle, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1967. In Like Flint, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1967. Gaily, Gaily (also known as Chicago, Chicago), United Artists, 1969. Hannie Caulder, Paramount, 1971. (With Bob Mackie and Norma Koch) Lady Sings the Blues, Paramount, 1972. (With Mackie and Shirley Strahm) Funny Lady, Columbia, 1975.

Film Appearances: Sam Russo, The Walking Target, United Artists, 1960. Corporal Lester ⬙Merc⬙ Davenport, Operation Bottleneck, United Artists, 1961. Barney Haines, Secret of Deep Harbor, United Artists, 1961. Bo Wetzel, Portrait of a Mobster, Warner Bros., 1961. Football player, The Nutty Professor (also known as Dr. Jerkyll and Mr. Hyde), Paramount, 1963. Voice of Kay, The Sword in the Stone, Buena Vista, 1963. John Screaming Eagle, Man’s Favorite Sport?, Universal, 1964. Bully at the gym, The Patsy, Paramount, 1964. Dubin, Bedtime Story, Universal, 1964. Title role, Andy, MCA/Universal, 1965. Pat, Red Line 7000, Paramount, 1965. Medic, The Wild Angels, American International Pictures, 1966. Sergeant Schmidtmer, First to Fight, Warner Bros., 1967. Warren, Good Times, Columbia, 1967. MP lieutenant, The Devil’s Brigade, United Artists, 1968. Frenchy, Chubasco, Warner Bros./Seventh Arts, 1968. Guthrie, Killers Three, American International Pictures, 1968. Herbert Herpgruve, Fever Heat, Paramount, 1968. The Great Gregory (balloonist), The Great Bank Robbery, Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1969. Mitch, All the Loving Couples (also known as All the Loving Neighbors), 1969. Major Truman Landon, Tora! Tora! Tora!, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1970. Policeman, Ben, Cinerama Releasing Corp., 1972. Katzen, Where Does It Hurt?, Cinerama Releasing Corp., 1972. Horrible Hank Hopkins, Kansas City Bomber, Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1972. The Hindenburg, Universal, 1975. McPherson, I Never Promised You a Rose Garden, New World Pictures, 1977. Coach Alvin Parks, Semi–Tough, United Artists, 1977. Dr. Putnam, Cloud Dancer, Blossom Pictures, 1980. Willie Lambert, Borderline, Associated Film Distribution, 1980. Lou Curruthers, Cafe 50’s manager, Back to the Future, MCA/Universal, 1985. Voice of Kranix/Arblus, The Transformers: The Movie (animated; also known as Matrix Forever, Transformers the Movie: Mokushiroku Matrix yo eien ni, The Transformers, and Transformers: Matrix yo eien ni), De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1986. Coach Elam, Off the Mark (also known as Crazy Legs), Fries Entertainment, 1986. Foreman, They Live (also known as John Carpenter’s They Live and They Live!), MCA/Universal, 1988.

Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Himself, Every Girl’s Dream, 1966. Stage Costume Designer: (And director) The Lady’s Not for Burning, Carnegie Hall Playhouse, New York City, 1957. (With Ret Turner) Vintage ’60, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1960. The Egg, Cort Theatre, New York City, 1962. Eddie Fisher at the Winter Garden, Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, 1962. Catch My Soul, 1966. Applause (musical), Palace Theatre, New York City, 1970–1971. (With Bob Mackie) On the Town (musical), Imperial Theatre, New York City, 1970–1972. (With Mackie and Alvin Colt) Lorelei; or, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (musical), Palace Theatre, 1974. Also designed costumes for productions of Brigadoon, Caesar and Cleopatra, Candida, Darkness at Noon, Kismet, Little Mary Sunshine, and Paint Your Wagon. Stage Costume Designer; Major Tours: Applause, U.S. cities, 1971–1972. (With Bob Mackie) Lorelei; or, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, U.S. cities, 1973.

ALBERTINI–DOW, Ellen See DOW, Ellen Albertini

ALDEN, Norman 1924– (Norm Alden) PERSONAL Born September 13, 1924, in Forth Worth, TX. Career: Actor and voice–over artist. Played Lou the mechanic in series of commercials for AC Delco. 6

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 Officer Fondulac, Cutting Class, Republic Pictures Home Video, 1989. Bartender, Roller Blade Warriors: Taken by Force (also known as Power Blade Warriors: Taken by Force and Roller Blade Warriors), Raedon Video, 1989. Cameraman Bill, Ed Wood, Buena Vista, 1994. Truck driver, Patch Adams, MCA/Universal, 1998. Babbling man, K–PAX, MCA/Universal, 2001.

ALDEN Television Appearances; Specials: The Runaways, ABC, 1974. Brown, The Honorable Sam Houston, ABC, 1975. Television Appearances; Pilots: Mitchell, ⬙Cannon: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Cannon, CBS, 1971. Red Harris, Murdock’s Gang, CBS, 1973. Winston Barlow, Jerry’s bank employer, Jerry, CBS, 1974. Boomer Landis, The Fess Parker Show, CBS, 1974. Augie Plant, the father, The Plant Family, CBS, 1978. Pete, Flamingo Road, NBC, 1980. Johnny Ringo, Wyatt Earp: Return to Tombstone, CBS, 1994.

Television Appearances; Series: Pulaski, Hennesey, CBS, 1960–1962. Captain Horton, Rango, ABC, 1967. Tom Williams, My Three Sons, ABC, 1970–1971. Voice of Aquaman, SuperFriends (animated), ABC, 1973. Voice of Henry ⬙Hank⬙ McSummers, Devlin, ABC, 1974. Al Cassidy, Fay, NBC, 1975. Coach Leroy Fedder, Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, syndicated, 1976. Frank Heflin, head of Crimescope, Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, ABC, 1976–1977. Voice of Aquaman/Arthur Curry, The All–New SuperFriends Hour (animated; also known as SuperFriends II), ABC, 1977. King Hussein, Capitol, CBS, 1986–1987.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Water department worker, ⬙Water Anyone?,⬙ Leave It to Beaver, CBS, 1957. Pierre Manelli, ⬙The Marvelous Manellis,⬙ Circus Boy, ABC, 1957. Frank Fullem, ⬙Threat to a Happy Ending,⬙ The 20th Century–Fox Hour, 1957. Black Claw, ⬙The Foot Soldier,⬙ The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin, ABC, 1958. ⬙Bernadette,⬙ Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse, 1958. Black Cloud, ⬙Apache Stampede,⬙ The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin, ABC, 1959. ⬙The Luck of O’Hara,⬙ The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin, ABC, 1959. Darrel Read, ⬙The Case of the Deadly Toy,⬙ Perry Mason, CBS, 1959. ⬙The Lion and the Mouse,⬙ The Lawless Years, NBC, 1959. ⬙Framed,⬙ The Lawless Years, NBC, 1959. Devil, ⬙They Shall Not Pass,⬙ Mr. Lucky, CBS, 1959. One of Nitti’s hoods, ⬙The Empty Chair,⬙ The Untouchables, 1959. ⬙Poor Lilli, Sweet Lilli,⬙ Philip Marlowe, ABC, 1960. (As Norm Alden) Barry Carlton, ⬙Little Egypt,⬙ The Untouchables, ABC, 1960. Mitch, ⬙His Maiden Voyage,⬙ Mr. Lucky, CBS, 1960. John Pekula, also known as John Henry Whitmore, ⬙Head of Fire, Feet of Clay,⬙ The Untouchables, ABC, 1960. (As Norm Alden) Poke, ⬙Breed of Violence,⬙ Bonanza, NBC, 1960. ⬙Jack Goes to Gym,⬙ The Jack Benny Program, 1961. ⬙Ginny,⬙ The Lawless Years, NBC, 1961. Johnny Ringo, ⬙Just before the Battle,⬙ The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, ABC, 1961. Teller, ⬙The Friendship,⬙ Bonanza, NBC, 1961. Fred ⬙Showboat⬙ Jackson, ⬙Comeback,⬙ Cain’s Hundred, 1961. Bernie, ⬙Breakdown,⬙ Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1962. Duff, ⬙The Anvil Chorus,⬙ The Rifleman, ABC, 1962. Jim Barton, ⬙Sanctuary at Crystal Springs,⬙ The Dakotas, ABC, 1963.

Television Appearances; Movies: Carl, the first thug, The Pigeon, ABC, 1969. Sheriff Glenn, The Psychiatrist: God Bless the Children (also known as Children of the Lotus Eater), NBC, 1970. Dilworth, The Trackers (also known as No Trumpets, No Drums), ABC, 1971. Doc Potter, Cry Panic, ABC, 1974. Captain Parker, Terror on the 40th Floor (also known as The Blazing Tower), NBC, 1974. Max Machon, Ring of Passion (also known as Countdown to the Big One), NBC, 1978. Les Hollister, No Other Love, CBS, 1979. Lieutenant Al DeNisco, Samurai, ABC, 1979. Zako, Back to the Planet of the Apes (also known as The New Planet of the Apes), 1981. Coach, Desperate Lives, CBS, 1982. Mr. Pegem, California Girls, ABC, 1985. Ray Arcel, Heart of a Champion: The Ray Mancini Story, CBS, 1985. Norman, Sunday Drive, ABC, 1986. Beller, Destination: America, ABC, 1987. Captain Necker, Man against the Mob (also known as Trouble in the City of Angels), NBC, 1988. Mob boss Ⲇ1, Lady Mobster, ABC, 1988. Man against the Mob: The Chinatown Murders, NBC, 1989. Carl Casey, Night of the Wolf, Animal Planet, 2002. 7

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Broken Mouth, ⬙The Day of the Taboo Man,⬙ The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters, ABC, 1963. Detective Harris, ⬙Raffles No. 2,⬙ My Favorite Martian, CBS, 1963. Carlton Owens, ⬙The Law and Big Annie,⬙ Temple Houston, NBC, 1964. Private Buford, ⬙Silver Service,⬙ Combat!, ABC, 1964. ⬙Between the Rats and the Finks,⬙ Mr. Broadway, CBS, 1964. Alec, ⬙Get the Lead Out,⬙ The Cara Williams Show, CBS, 1964. ⬙Three Li’l Lambs,⬙ Ben Casey, ABC, 1965. Frank Talbert, ⬙Hate Me a Little,⬙ My Favorite Martian, CBS, 1965. Sergeant Krebs, ⬙Happiness Is a Warm Sergeant,⬙ Hogan’s Heroes, CBS, 1965. Mark Hodges, ⬙The Man’s Men,⬙ Burke’s Law (also known as Amos Burke: Secret Agent), CBS, 1965. ⬙How Brillig, O, Beamish Boy?,⬙ Honey West, ABC, 1966. ⬙Like Visions and Omens ... and All That Jazz,⬙ Honey West, ABC, 1966. (As Norm Alden) Tom Strongbow, ⬙The Battle of Mayberry,⬙ The Andy Griffith Show, CBS, 1966. Dave McCovey, ⬙Take Two Aspirin,⬙ Family Affair, CBS, 1966. District attorney, ⬙The Death of Buddy Overstreet,⬙ Run, Buddy, Run, 1966. Lookout, ⬙Batman Sets the Pace,⬙ Batman, 1966. Lookout, ⬙The Joker Trumps an Ace,⬙ Batman, 1966. Hank, ⬙Howard, the Bowler,⬙ The Andy Griffith Show, CBS, 1967. Jeff Bowden, ⬙Guilty,⬙ The Big Valley, ABC, 1967. Purlie Loftus, ⬙Death Train,⬙ Gunsmoke, CBS, 1967. Deke Franklin, ⬙Wonder,⬙ Gunsmoke, CBS, 1967. ⬙The Secret of Hangtown Mine,⬙ The Guns of Will Sonnett, ABC, 1967. (As Norm Alden) Benton, ⬙Death Has Two Faces,⬙ The Iron Horse, ABC, 1967. ⬙Dinner for Mom,⬙ The Doris Day Show, CBS, 1968. Parker, ⬙Bad Man on Campus,⬙ The Mod Squad, ABC, 1968. Berber, ⬙The Night Riders,⬙ Gunsmoke, CBS, 1969. Mike ⬙What Price Valor?: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Lassie, 1969. Travers, ⬙To Cage a Seagull,⬙ Mannix, CBS, 1970. ⬙Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot!,⬙ The Mod Squad, 1970. ⬙The Song of Willie,⬙ The Mod Squad, 1970. Major Heintzen, ⬙Rockets or Romance,⬙ Hogan’s Heroes, CBS, 1971. ⬙The Armageddon Contract,⬙ Cade’s Country, CBS, 1971. (As Norm Alden) Cameron, ⬙Rest in Peace, Somebody,⬙ Hawaii Five–O, CBS, 1971. Amos Potter, ⬙Gold Train: The Bullet: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Gunsmoke, CBS, 1971. ⬙Love and the Particular Girl,⬙ Love, American Style, ABC, 1971. George Collins, ⬙Double Dead,⬙ Mission: Impossible, CBS, 1972.

⬙Love and the New You,⬙ Love, American Style, ABC, 1972. ⬙The Wizard,⬙ The F.B.I., ABC, 1972. Lou Griswold, ⬙See No Evil,⬙ Mannix, CBS, 1972. Sergeant Dan Healy, SFPD, ⬙The Bullet,⬙ The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1972. Davey Ryan, ⬙Tarnished Idol,⬙ The Rookies, ABC, 1973. Sergeant Dan Healy, SFPD, ⬙Beyond Vengeance,⬙ The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1973. Sheriff Crossman, ⬙The Praying Mantis Kills,⬙ Kung Fu, NBC, 1973. Charles Baker, ⬙West Valley Division,⬙ Adam–12, syndicated, 1973. Harry Tilden, ⬙Night Flight to Murder,⬙ Cannon, CBS, 1973. Tom Hart, ⬙Lynch Town,⬙ Gunsmoke, CBS, 1973. Voice of Green Arrow, ⬙Gulliver’s Gigantic Goof,⬙ SuperFriends (animated), 1973. Voice of The Flash, ⬙Too Hot to Handle,⬙ SuperFriends (animated), 1973. Voice of Plastic Man, ⬙Professor Goodfellow’s G.E.E.C.,⬙ SuperFriends (animated), 1973. Zako, ⬙The Trap,⬙ Planet of the Apes, CBS, 1974. ⬙Game Plan,⬙ Mannix, CBS, 1974. ⬙Feedback,⬙ Marcus Welby, M.D., ABC, 1974. Don Slater, ⬙The Outsider,⬙ Apple’s Way, CBS, 1974. Timmer, ⬙The Last Contract,⬙ Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1974. Walt, ⬙The Set Up,⬙ Cannon, CBS, 1975. ⬙Cliffy,⬙ The Rookies, ABC, 1975. Sergeant John Hardwicke, ⬙Something Worth Dying For: Part 1,⬙ Adam–12, syndicated, 1975. ⬙The Nicest Guys on the Block,⬙ Kojak, CBS, 1975. Stoneham, ⬙Under the City,⬙ Baretta, ABC, 1976. L. W. ⬙Big Daddy⬙ Dawson, ⬙Big Daddy Dawson’s Coming,⬙ Alice, 1976. Randy Baine, ⬙All Bets Off,⬙ McMillan and Wife, 1976. ⬙The Costa Rican Connection,⬙ Hunter, NBC, 1977. ⬙The Game,⬙ Young Dan’l Boone, CBS, 1977. Buster, ⬙Alice by Moonlight,⬙ Alice, CBS, 1977. Louis Fluellen, ⬙The Sammy Davis, Jr., Kidnap Caper,⬙ Charlie’s Angels, ABC, 1977. Admiral Edgar Summers, ⬙I’m Dreaming of a Pink Christmas,⬙ Operation Petticoat, ABC, 1977. ⬙A Blow to the Head ... a Blow to the Heart,⬙ Quincy, M.E., 1977. ⬙Good–bye Mr. Kripps,⬙ Welcome Back, Kotter, ABC, 1978. Senator Orloff, ⬙Spy in the House,⬙ Dallas, CBS, 1978. ⬙Poor Little Rich Girl,⬙ Eight Is Enough, ABC, 1978. Roland Eddy, ⬙Heartaches of a Fool,⬙ The Rockford Files, CBS, 1978. Buddy Owens, ⬙Dandruff,⬙ Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1978. ⬙Teammates,⬙ David Cassidy—Man Undercover, NBC, 1979. Norman Finch, ⬙The Medium,⬙ Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1979. Mr. Jenkins, ⬙Fear of Success,⬙ One Day at a Time, CBS, 1979. 8

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 Chief Lacey, ⬙Deputy Dukes,⬙ The Dukes of Hazzard, CBS, 1979. Coleman, ⬙The Way to Live,⬙ Vega$, ABC, 1979. Lou Meakin, ⬙The Usurper,⬙ Vega$, ABC, 1979. Chief Lacey, ⬙The Ghost of General Lee,⬙ The Dukes of Hazzard, CBS, 1979. P. J. Wilkes, ⬙Dancin’ Angels,⬙ Charlie’s Angels, ABC, 1980. Ralph, ⬙Celebration/Captain Papa/Honeymoon Pressure,⬙ The Love Boat, ABC, 1980. Coach, ⬙Win One for the Gipper,⬙ The Fall Guy, ABC, 1981. Jake Barnett, ⬙Taxi Angels,⬙ Charlie’s Angels, ABC, 1981. ⬙The Murder in Question,⬙ Nero Wolfe, Arts and Entertainment, 1981. Robert Melton, ⬙Dark Fire,⬙ Code Fire, ABC, 1981. Al Demato, ⬙Going for It,⬙ The Fall Guy, ABC, 1982. Ernest Melbourne, ⬙The Marriage Brokers,⬙ The Facts of Life, NBC, 1982. Mr. David, ⬙The Newlywed Game,⬙ The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1982. Inspector Ed Maloney, ⬙A Small and Deadly War,⬙ The A–Team, NBC, 1983. Sheriff Tim Keeler, ⬙A Novel Way to Die,⬙ Matt Houston, ABC, 1983. Coach, ⬙Consulting Adults,⬙ Webster, ABC, 1983. Mickey, ⬙Steel,⬙ The A–Team, NBC, 1983. Coach, ⬙Win One for the Gipper?,⬙ The Fall Guy, 1983. Detective Bitterman, ⬙Love, Honor and Obey,⬙ Falcon Crest, 1983. Detective Bitterman, ⬙Deliberate Disclosure,⬙ Falcon Crest, 1983. Detective Bitterman, ⬙Broken Promises,⬙ Falcon Crest, 1983. Harley Kelton, ⬙Waltz of Death,⬙ Matt Houston, ABC, 1984. Gun salesman, ⬙The Voice: Part 3,⬙ Dynasty, ABC, 1984. Deacon Mobley, ⬙Pennies from a Dead Man’s Eyes,⬙ Hardcastle and McCormack, ABC, 1984. Jerry Walsh, ⬙The Garbage Man,⬙ Hunter, NBC, 1985. Lieutenant Zach Manson, ⬙Breakpoint,⬙ Matt Houston, ABC, 1985. Art Eastland, ⬙Hacked to Pieces,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1985. ⬙Hearing Is Believing,⬙ Crazy Like a Fox, CBS, 1986. Mercer Hawthorne, ⬙Keep the Home Fries Burning,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1986. ⬙The Beautiful & the Dead: Part 1,⬙ Hunter, NBC, 1986. Roscoe, ⬙To Sledge, with Love,⬙ Sledge Hammer!, 1986. ⬙The Shooting,⬙ Hooperman, ABC, 1987. Officer Doyle, ⬙Community Watch and See,⬙ Small Wonder, 1987. Bart Kapper, ⬙Mr. Penroy’s Vacation,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1988. Neil Patterson, ⬙The Franklin Family,⬙ Valerie (also known as The Hogan Family), NBC, 1990. Tommy, ⬙Time Served,⬙ Bodies of Evidence, CBS, 1992.

ALLEN Older agent, ⬙Agents,⬙ Tracey Takes On ... , HBO, 1998. Voice of Aquaman, Sr., ⬙Death Lives,⬙ Family Guy (animated), Fox, 2001. Mr. Platt, ⬙Port Chicago,⬙ JAG, NBC, 2002.

ALLEN, Dede 1924(?)– PERSONAL Full name, Dorothea Carothers Allen; born December 3, 1924 (some sources cite 1925), in Cleveland, OH; father worked for Union Carbide; mother, an actress; married Stephen Fleischman (a director, documentary producer, news executive, and writer), c. 1950; children: Tom (a sound mixer), Ramey Ellis Ward (daughter; a production coordinator). Education: Attended Scripps College and Actors and Directors Laboratory, Los Angeles. Addresses: Manager—Martin Bauer, Bauer Co., 9300 Wilshire Blvd., Penthouse, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Film editor and producer. Columbia Pictures, worked as messenger, beginning c. 1943, then as sound laboratory worker and assistant editor; Warner Bros., creative executive, c. 1992–97. Teacher at Los Angeles Film School. Also worked as a script clerk and editor of industrial films, documentary short films, and television commercials. Awards, Honors: Eddie Award nominations, best edited feature film, American Cinema Editors, 1961, for The Hustler, and 1968, for Bonnie and Clyde; Academy Award nomination and Film Award, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, both best editing, 1976, for Dog Day Afternoon; Academy Award nomination, best editing, and Eddie Award nomination, best edited feature film, both (with Craig McKay) 1982, for Reds; Crystal Award, Women in Film, 1982; Career Achievement Award, American Cinema Editors, 1994; Career Achievement Award, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, 1999; Hollywood Discovery Award, outstanding achievement in music editing, Hollywood Film Festival, 1999; Sierra Award nomination, best editing, Las Vegas Film Critics Society, and Academy Award nomination, best editing, 2001, both for Wonder Boys. CREDITS Film Editor: Because of Eve, International, 1948. Endowing Your Future (short film), 1957. 9

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Terror from the Year 5000 (also known as Cage of Doom, The Girl from 5000 A.D., and Terror from 5000 A.D.), American International Pictures, 1958. Odds against Tomorrow, United Artists, 1959. The Hustler, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1961. America, America (also known as The Anatolian Smile), Warner Bros., 1963. It’s Always Now (short film), 1965. Bonnie and Clyde, Warner Bros., 1967. Rachel, Rachel, Warner Bros., 1968. Alice’s Restaurant, United Artists, 1969. Little Big Man, National General, 1970. Slaughterhouse–Five, Universal, 1972. Coeditor, Visions of Eight, Cinema V, 1973. (With Richard Marks) Serpico, Paramount, 1973. Dog Day Afternoon, Warner Bros., 1975. (With Jerry Greenberg and Stephen Rotter) Night Moves, Warner Bros., 1975. (With Greenberg and Rotter) The Missouri Breaks, United Artists, 1976. Slap Shot, Universal, 1977. The Wiz, Universal, 1978. (With Craig McKay; also executive producer, with Simon Relph) Reds, Paramount, 1981. Harry and Son, Orion, 1984. (With Jeff Gourson) Mike’s Murder, Warner Bros., 1984. The Breakfast Club, Universal, 1985. (With Angelo Corrao) Off Beat, Buena Vista, 1986. (With Jim Miller) The Milagro Beanfield War, Universal, 1988. (With Miller) Let It Ride, Paramount, 1989. Coeditor, Henry & June, Universal, 1990. Coeditor, The Addams Family, Paramount, 1991. Wonder Boys (also known as Die Wonder Boys), Paramount, 2000. John Q, New Line Cinema, 2002.

Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, March 23, 2001, p. 52. Los Angeles, March, 2002, p. 84.

ALVARADO, Trini 1967– PERSONAL Full name, Trinidad Alvarado; born January 10, 1967, in New York, NY; daughter of Domingo (a flamenco singer) and Sylvia (a flamenco dancer) Alvarado; married Robert McNeill (an actor). Education: Attended Professional Children’s School; attended Fordham University. Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1505 Tenth St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Career: Actress. Performed as a flamenco dancer in her parents’ dance troupe beginning at age seven. Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award nomination, best juvenile actress in a motion picture, 1980, for Rich Kids; ALMA Award nomination, outstanding actress in a feature film in a crossover role, 1999, for Paulie. CREDITS Film Appearances: Franny Phillips, Rich Kids, United Artists, 1979. Pamela ⬙Pammy⬙ Pearl, Times Square, Associated Film Distribution, 1980. Irene Soffel, Mrs. Soffel, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1984. Molly Garber, Sweet Lorraine, Angelika, 1987. May ⬙Mooch⬙ Stark, Satisfaction (also known as Girls of Summer), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1988. Lisa Titus, The Chair (also known as Hot Seat), Imperial Entertainment, 1989. Lorraine, American Blue Note (also known as Fakebook), Panorama Entertainment, 1989. Jenny Claire, Stella, Buena Vista, 1990. Helen Woodford–Ruth, The Babe, Universal, 1992. Miss Elinor Hartley, American Friends, Castle Hill, 1993. Meg March, Little Women, Columbia, 1994. Teresa Perez, The Perez Family, Samuel Goldwyn, 1995. Dr. Lucy Lynskey, The Frighteners (also known as Frighteners and Robert Zemeckis Presents: The Frighteners), Universal, 1996. Adult Marie, Paulie, DreamWorks, 1998.

Television Appearances; Specials: Interviewee, NYTV: By the People Who Made It, PBS, 1998. Herself, Easy Riders, Raging Bulls: How the Sex, Drugs, and Rock ’n’ Roll Generation Saved Hollywood, BBC (England), 2003. Television Appearances; Episodic: Appeared in an episode of American Cinema, PBS. OTHER SOURCES Books: International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 4: Writers and Production Artists, St. James Press, 1996. Women Filmmakers and Their Films, St. James Press, 1998. 10

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 Television Appearances; Movies: Teresa, Dreams Don’t Die, ABC, 1982. Lisa Castello, Jacobo Timerman: Prisoner without a Name, Cell without a Number (also known as Prisoner without a Name, Cell without a Number), NBC, 1983. Anna Rogna, Frank Nitti: The Enforcer (also known as Nitti), ABC, 1988. Beth, The Christmas Tree, ABC, 1996. Denise Cope, The Last Dance, CBS, 2000. Bitter Winter, 2001.

AMBROSONE RECORDINGS Soundtracks; Plays: ⬙Your Daughter Is One,⬙ Times Square, 1980. Yours, Anne, 1986. Soundtracks; Films: ⬙For the Beauty of the Earth,⬙ Little Women, Sony Classical, 1994. Albums; Background Vocals: ⬙String of Pearls,⬙ ⬙Caged Rat,⬙ and ⬙Tell Me When,⬙ Let Your Dim Light Shine, by Soul Asylum, Columbia, 1995.

Television Appearances; Specials: (Uncredited) Jump rope girl, ⬙The Magic Pony Ride,⬙ Unicorn Tales, NBC, 1977. Goldilocks, ⬙Big Apple Birthday,⬙ Unicorn Tales, NBC, 1978. Dena McKain, ⬙A Movie Star’s Daughter,⬙ ABC Afterschool Special, ABC, 1979. Alicia Marin, ⬙Starstruck,⬙ ABC Afterschool Special, ABC, 1981. Gail Brock, ⬙Private Contentment,⬙ American Playhouse, PBS, 1982. Herself, The Making of ⬙Mrs. Soffel,⬙ 1984. Younger Elinor Blair, ⬙Sensibility and Sense,⬙ American Playhouse, PBS, 1990.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Detroit News, July 13, 1996. Maclean’s, June 6, 1994. People, February 26, 1990, p. 58.

AMBROSONE, John PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Episodic: Mindy, ⬙Winning,⬙ Kate & Allie, CBS, 1986. Sarah, ⬙The Big Vacation,⬙ Kay O’Brien, CBS, 1986. Laurie Kincaid, ⬙Sleepless Dream,⬙ Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1987. Elizabeth ⬙Betsey⬙ Wood, The Human Factor, CBS, 1992. Behind the Scenes, E! Entertainment Television, 1996.

Addresses: Office—Loeb Drama Center, 64 Brattle St., Cambridge, MA 02138. Career: Lighting designer. American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA, resident lighting designer and supervisor; designed lighting for numerous theatrical productions in the United States and around the world; designed lighting for productions aboard the Queen Elizabeth II and Norwegian Cruise Lines; designed lighting for France 3 Television Studio, Strasbourg, France.

Stage Appearances: Becca, 1976. (Broadway debut) Melinda, Runaways, New York Shakespeare Festival, Joseph Papp Public Theatre, New York City, 1978. Anne Frank, Yours, Anne, Playhouse 91, New York City, 1985. Maggie, Maggie Magalita, Lamb’s Theatre, New York City, 1986. Godspell, Lamb’s Theatre, New York City, 1988.

Awards, Honors: Elliot Norton Design Award, 2001, for Mother Courage. CREDITS Stage Lighting Designer: Hot ’n’ Throbbing, American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA, 1994. The Mousetrap, Peterborough Players, Peterborough, NH, 1996. Buried Child, Loeb Drama Center, Cambridge, MA, 1996.

Also appeared in I Love You, I Love You Not, Reds, and The Magic Show. Radio Appearances: The Frighteners, WFSB, 1996. 11

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Alice in Bed, Hasty Pudding Theatre, Cambridge, MA, 1996. Slaughter City, Hasty Pudding Theatre, 1996. Broadway Bound, Peterborough Players, 1997. Traveling with Gulliver, Tsai Performance Center, Boston, MA, 1997. Man and Superman, Hasty Pudding Theatre, 1997. The Old Neighborhood, Hasty Pudding Theatre, 1997. When the World Was Green (a Chef’s Fable), American Repertory Theatre, 1997. The Old Neighborhood, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1997–1998. The Face–Lift, Hasty Pudding Theatre, 1998. Six Characters in Search of an Author, Moscow Chekhov Art Theatre, Moscow, Russia, 1998. Macbeth, North Shore Music Theatre, Boston, MA, 1998. The Marriage of Bette and Boo, Hasty Pudding Theatre, 1998. How I Learned to Drive, Loeb Drama Center, 1998. Nobody Dies on Friday, Hasty Pudding Theatre, 1998. Wait until Dark, Peterborough Players, 1999. Boston Marriage, Hasty Pudding Theatre, 1999. Charlie in the House of Rue, Hasty Pudding Theatre, 1999. Valparaiso, Loeb Drama Center, 1999. The Cripple of Inishman, American Repertory Theatre, Loeb Drama Center, 1999. Ivanov, Loeb Drama Center, 1999–2000. Nocturne, Hasty Pudding Theatre, 2000. The Winter’s Tale, Hasty Pudding Theatre, 2000. The King Stag, Loeb Drama Center, 2000. The Ohio State Murders, Hasty Pudding Theatre, 2000. Three Farces and a Funeral, Hasty Pudding Theatre, 2000–2001. Animals and Plants, Hasty Pudding Theatre, 2001. The Doctor’s Dilemma, Loeb Drama Center, 2001. Mother Courage and Her Children, Hasty Pudding Theatre, 2001. The Doctor’s Dilemma, Hasty Pudding Theatre, 2001. One Flea Spare, New Repertory Theatre, Newton, MA, 2001. Othello, Loeb Drama Center, 2001–2002. Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse, Peterborough Players, 2002. Stone Cold Dead Serious, Loeb Drama Center, 2002. Lysistrata, Loeb Drama Center, 2002. Absolution, A.R.T. New Stages, Hasty Pudding Theatre, 2002. Marat/Sade, Loeb Drama Center, 2002. Picasso at the Lapin Agile, Peterborough Players, 2002. Proof, Peterborough Players, 2003. Ariadne, Boston Early Music Festival, Boston, MA, 2003. The Drawer Boy, Merrimack Repertory Theatre, Lowell, MA, 2003. On Rafterty’s Hill, BCA Theatre, Boston, MA, 2003. Streetcar Named Desire, E. C. Mabie Theatre, University of Iowa, IA, 2003. An American Daughter, Arena Stage—The Fichlander Theatre, Washington, DC, 2003.

Also designed lighting for Fires in the Mirror, American Repertory Theatre; The Old Neighborhood; Nocturne, off–Broadway production; Sunday in the Park with George, Lyric Stage, Boston, MA. Major Tours: When the World Was Green (a Chef’s Fable), world cities, 1996–1998. The King Stag, North American cities, c. 2002. Worked as lighting designer, Fires in the Mirror, U.S. and other cities.

ANDERSON, Mitchell 1961– PERSONAL Born August 21, 1961, in Jamestown, NY; father, in business; mother, a retail store owner; companion of Jim Phipps (a director and screenwriter), 1984–96; companion of Richie Arpino. Education: Williams College, B.A., theatre; studied voice at Julliard School. Addresses: Agent—APA, 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 900, Los Angeles, CA 90069; Harden–Curtis Associates, 850 7th Ave., Suite 405, New York, NY 10019. Manager— David Cohn Management, 14431 Ventura Blvd., Suite 139, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423. Career: Actor and director. Member of Wilton Project Theatre Company, Los Angeles; has performed, directed, and written for Virginia Avenue Project. Host and columnist for Web site Gay.com’s Activist Way; activist for gay rights, including work for Victory Fund, Human Rights Campaign, and AIDS service organizations. Awards, Honors: DramaLogue Award, 1988, for Streamers. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) On Shilo Hill, Ford’s Theatre, Washington, DC, 1984. Streamers, c. 1987. Colin, Flaubert’s Latest, Playwrights Horizon, New York City, 1993. Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, c. 1996. Visiting Mr. Green, off–Broadway production, 1998. 12

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 Also appeared in The Countless, South Coast Repertory Theatre, as George Bailey, It’s a Wonderful Life, Riverside Civic Light Opera, in Love! Valour! Compassion!, Geffen Playhouse, and South Pacific, Long Beach Civic Light Opera; appeared in Therese Raquin and A Dybbukk, both Wilton Project Theatre Company.

ANDERSON Television Appearances; Specials: This Time It’s Personal—Jaws: The Revenge (documentary), syndicated, 1987. Television Appearances; Pilots: Chris Ingram, Gang of Four, ABC, 1989. Ross Werkman, Party of Five, Fox, 1994.

Stage Director: Directed Animal Dreams and Numb to the Flicker, both Wilton Project Theatre Company; also directed Laughing Wild, Tamarind Theatre, Los Angeles.

Film Appearances: Banning, SpaceCamp, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1986. Sean, Jaws: The Revenge, Universal, 1987. Michael, One Fine Night, 1988. Alex Thorme, Deadly Dreams, Image Entertainment, 1988. Doug Sawyer, All–American Murder, Prism Pictures, 1992. Sir Giles, The Midwife’s Tale, 1995. Vincey Sauris, Relax ... It’s Just Sex, A–pix Entertainment, 1998. Taking the Plunge, 1001 Nights, 1999. Ken, The Last Place on Earth, 2002.

Television Appearances; Series: Dr. Jack McGuire, Doogie Howser, M.D., ABC, 1989–1991. Ross Werkman, a recurring role, Party of Five, Fox, 1994–1997, 1999–2000. Television Appearances; Movies: Sean, Intimate Encounters (also known as Encounters in the Night), 1986. Rod, Student Exchange, ABC, 1987. Henderson Kerr, Goodbye, Miss 4th of July, Disney Channel, 1988. Richard Carpenter, The Karen Carpenter Story, CBS, 1989. Bo Malloy, The Comeback, CBS, 1989. Huckleberry Finn, Back to Hannibal: The Return of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, Disney Channel, 1990. Joshua, Is There Life Out There?, CBS, 1994. Arnold, ⬙2000,⬙ If These Walls Could Talk 2, HBO, 2000.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: The Advocate, September 17, 1996; February 29, 2000.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Chris ⬙Spud⬙ Miller, ⬙Wipe Out,⬙ Riptide, NBC, 1985. ⬙Eye in the Sky,⬙ Crazy Like a Fox, CBS, 1985. Danny Briggs, ⬙A Night to Remember,⬙ Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1987. ⬙Why Are You Here?,⬙ The Hitchhiker, HBO, 1987. Scott Crowe, ⬙My Future’s So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades,⬙ 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1987. ⬙Love for Sale,⬙ Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1987. Bobby, ⬙Country Mouse, City Mouse,⬙ In the Heat of the Night, NBC, 1989. Peter Halleran, Jack’s Place, ABC, 1992. Rex Weldon, ⬙Picture Imperfect,⬙ Melrose Place, Fox, 1993. Ry, ⬙The Godfather,⬙ Matlock, ABC, 1994. Mr. Bennett, ⬙Caged!,⬙ Popular, The WB, 2000. Mr. Bennett, ⬙Ch–Ch–Changes,⬙ Popular, The WB, 2000.

Born January 23, 1950, in Minneapolis, MN; son of Stuart (a jazz musician, schoolteacher, and director) and Jocelyn (an artist) Anderson; children: (with Apryl Prose) Wylie Quinn Annarose Anderson. Education: Attended St. Cloud State College and Ohio University; studied acting with Peggy Feury. Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Office— c/o Stargate SG–1, Stargate Productions IV Limited– Partnership, 2400 Boundary Rd., Burnaby BC V5M 3Z3, Canada. Contact—c/o 2049 Century Park East, Ⲇ2500, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actor, producer, and composer. Appeared in television commercial for Minute Pass, 2001; Handgun Control, Inc., member of board of directors. Previously a member of the rock band Ricky Dean and Dante; street mime, jester, and juggler with an Elizabethan– style cabaret, Los Angeles; Improvisation Theatre, stage manager; writer, director, and actor at Marineland.

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Awards, Honors: Saturn Award, best genre TV actor, 1999, Saturn Award nomination, best genre TV actor, 2000, Saturn Award nomination, best actor on television, 2001, Saturn Award nominations, best actor in a television series, 2002, 2003, all for Stargate SG–1.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Brian Parker, The Parkers (broadcast as ⬙Brian and Sylvia,⬙ an episode of The Facts of Life), NBC, 1981. Angus MacGyver (title role), MacGyver, 1985.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Andy McFey, ⬙The Fugitive,⬙ Today’s F.B.I., 1981. Carter Randall, ⬙Isaac Gets Physical/She Brought Her Mother Along/Cold Feet,⬙ The Love Boat, ABC, 1982. Guest, The $25,000 Pyramid, 1982. Himself, The Arensio Hall Show, 1990, 1991, 1992. Himself, The Joan Rivers Show, 1990, 1991. Guest, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, NBC, 1991, 1992. Himself, ⬙The Physics of Hockey,⬙ Newton’s Apple, 1997. Himself, Donny & Marie, syndicated, 2000. Himself, The Martin Short Show, syndicated, 2000. Himself, ⬙North America’s Last True Wilderness,⬙ National Geographic Explorer, TBS, 2000.

Television Appearances; Series: Dr. Jeff Webber, General Hospital, ABC, 1976–1981. Adam McFadden, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, CBS, 1982–1983. Lieutenant Simon Adams, Emerald Point, N.A.S., CBS, 1983–1984. Angus MacGyver (title role), MacGyver, ABC, 1985–1992. Ernest Pratt/Nicodemus Legend, Legend, syndicated, 1995. Colonel Jonathan ⬙Jack⬙ O’Neill, Stargate SG–1, syndicated and Showtime, 1997–2002, then Sci–Fi Channel and syndicated, 2002—.

Television Work; Series: Executive producer, Legend, syndicated, 1995. Executive producer, Stargate SG–1, syndicated and Showtime, 1997–2002, then Sci–Fi Channel and syndicated, 2002—.

Television Appearances; Movies: Tony Kaiser, Ordinary Heroes, ABC, 1986. Ray Bellano, Through the Eyes of a Killer (also known as The Master Builder), CBS, 1992. Jack Rourke, In the Eyes of a Stranger, CBS, 1992. Angus MacGyver (title role), MacGyver: Trail to Doomsday, ABC, 1994. Angus MacGyver (title role), MacGyver: Lost Treasure of Atlantis, ABC, 1994. Bradley Mathews, Beyond Betrayal, CBS, 1994. Bill Parish, Past the Bleachers, ABC, 1995. Jack O’Neill, Stargate SG–1: Children of the Gods, 1997. Lieutenant Michael Brooks, Firehouse, 1997.

Television Work; Movies: Executive producer, MacGyver: Trail to Doomsday, ABC, 1994. Executive producer, MacGyver: Lost Treasure of Atlantis, ABC, 1994. Executive producer, Firehouse, 1997. Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Drug dealer, Young Doctors in Love, ABC, 1982. Spud, Odd Jobs (also known as Summer Jobs and This End Up), TriStar, 1986.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Captain James Holland, Pandora’s Clock (also known as Doomsday Virus), 1996.

Stage Appearances: Appeared in Superman in the Bones, Pilgrimage Theatre, Los Angeles.

Television Appearances; Specials: CBS team contestant, Battle of the Network Stars XVI, ABC, 1984. The American Red Cross Emergency Test, ABC, 1990. Victory and Valor: A Special Olympics All–Star Celebration (also known as The International Special Olympics All–Star Gala), ABC, 1991. The 18th Annual People’s Choice Awards, CBS, 1992. Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, ABC, 1994. Host, The World of Audubon 10th Anniversary Special, TBS, 1994. Himself, Celebrity Profile: Henry Winkler, 1999. (In archive footage) Himself and Jack O’Neill, Stargate: The Lowdown, Sci–Fi Channel, 2003.

RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of Killian, Fallout: A Post–Nuclear Role–Playing Game (also known as Fallout), 1997. WRITINGS Television Songs: ⬙Eau d’Leo,⬙ in ⬙The Negotiator,⬙ MacGyver, 1988. 14

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OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, August 1, 1997, p. 40. People Weekly, October 19, 1998, p. 175.

Stage Appearances: Dancing on Checker’s Grave, off–Broadway production, 1987. Emily, For Dear Life, Public Theatre, New York City, 1988–1989.

ANISTON, Jennifer 1969–

Television Appearances; Series: Courtney Walker, Molloy, Fox, 1990. Jeannie Bueller, Ferris Bueller, NBC, 1990. The Edge, Fox, 1992. Madeline Drego Cooper, Muddling Through, CBS, 1994. Rachel Green, Friends (also known as Friends Like Us), NBC, 1994–2004.

PERSONAL Full name, Jennifer Joanne Aniston; born February 11, 1969, in Sherman Oaks, CA; daughter of John (an actor) and Nancy (an actress and photographer) Aniston; married Brad Pitt (an actor), July 29, 2000. Education: Graduated from the High School for the Performing Arts, 1987.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Suzie Brooks, ⬙Twisted Sister,⬙ Herman’s Head, Fox, 1992. Kiki Wilson, ⬙Nowhere to Run—August 10, 1968,⬙ Quantum Leap, NBC, 1992. Suzie Brooks, ⬙Jay Is for Jealousy,⬙ Herman’s Head, Fox, 1993. Linda Campbell, ⬙Who Killed the Beauty Queen?,⬙ Burke’s Law, ABC, 1994. Herself, ⬙Conflict of Interest,⬙ The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1995. CPA Suzanne, ⬙Follow the Clams?,⬙ Partners, Fox, 1995. (Uncredited) Saturday Night Live, 1995. Herself, ⬙Ellen: A Hollywood Tribute: Part 2,⬙ Ellen, ABC, 1997. Voice of Galatea, ⬙Dream Date,⬙ Disney’s Hercules (animated), ABC and syndicated, 1998. Voice of Miss Stevens, the choir teacher, ⬙Rainforest Schmainforest,⬙ South Park, Comedy Central, 1999. Host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1999. Today, NBC, 2002. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, 2002. Voice of Pepperoni Sue, ⬙Queasy Rider,⬙ King of the Hill (animated), Fox, 2002.

Addresses: Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager— Brillstein–Grey Entertainment, 9150 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 350, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist—PMK/ HBH, 8500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Contact—5750 Wilshire Blvd., Ⲇ580, Los Angeles, CA 90036–3697. Career: Actress. Plan B (a production company), principal. Previously worked as a waitress and a telemarketer; appeared in many television commercials. Awards, Honors: American Comedy Award nominations, funniest supporting female performer, 1996, 1999, and 2001, Screen Actors Guild Award nominations (with others), outstanding performance by an ensemble, 1999, 2000, 2001, and 2002, Golden Satellite Award nominations, best performance by an actress, 2000 and 2003, Emmy Award nominations, outstanding supporting actress, 2000 and 2001, Emmy Award, outstanding lead actress, 2002, Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress, 2002, Golden Globe Award, best performance by an actress, 2003, and Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, outstanding performance by a female actor, 2002 and 2003, all for Friends; TV Guide Award (with others), editor’s choice, 2000; People’s Choice Award, favorite female television, 2001; People’s Choice Award, favorite female television performer, 2002; TV Prize, best foreign TV personality, Aftonbladet TV Prize, 2003; Golden Satellite Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a motion picture, Independent Spirit Award nomination, best female lead, Online Film Critics Society Award nomination, best actress, 2003, for The Good Girl; People’s Choice Award, favorite female television performer, 2003.

Also appeared in Movie House, MTV. Television Appearances; Movies: Ava Schector, Camp Cucamonga (also known as How I Spent My Summer), NBC, 1990. Television Appearances; Specials: Comic Relief VII, HBO, 1995. Celine, Aretha, Gloria, Shania and Mariah: Divas Live (also known as VH1 Divas Live and Divas Live: An Honors Concert for VH1 Save the Children), VH1, 1998. Waiting for Woody, 1998. 15

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Interviewee, The Making of: The Iron Giant, The WB, 1999. Interviewee, Intimate Portrait: Olympia Dukakis, Lifetime, 1999. Interviewee, Intimate Portrait: Kathy Najimy, Lifetime, 2000. Interviewee, Friends: The Stuff You’ve Never Seen, NBC, 2001. (In archive footage) Bad Hair Days, Channel 4, 2001. NBC 75th Anniversary Special (also known as NBC 75th Anniversary Celebration), NBC, 2002. (Uncredited; in archive footage), Shirtless: Hollywood’s Sexiest Men, 2002. Interviewee, TV’s Most Memorable Weddings, NBC, 2003. Interviewee, The Stars’ First Time ... On Entertainment Tonight with Mary Hart, CBS, 2003.

Video Games: Laura, Steven Spielberg’s Director’s Chair, 1996. Videos: Microsoft Windows 95 Video Guide, 1995. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Biography, July, 1999, p. 66–69, 104. Entertainment Weekly, December 15, 1995, pp. 29–30; December 20, 2002, pp. 40–41; August 14, 2000, p. 116. People, December 10, 2001, pp. 108–111, 113, 115. People Weekly, December 25, 1995, pp. 92–93; August 11, 1997, p. 98; August 26, 2002, pp. 80–84, 86. Rolling Stone, March 7, 1996, pp. 34–38, 60–61; March 4, 1999, pp. 54–60; September 27, 2001, pp. 52–56, 77. TV Guide, November 17, 2001, pp. 12–16. Us, February, 1996, pp. 37–38, 42.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Fox, 1995. The 22nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, NBC, 1995. The 10th Annual American Comedy Awards, 1996. The 51st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Fox, 1999. Presenter, The 52nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, ABC, 2000. Presenter, 2000 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 2000. The 54th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, NBC, 2002. The 60th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2003.

ANSPACH, Susan 1939(?)– PERSONAL Born November 23, 1939 (some sources say 1942 or 1945), in New York, NY; married Mark Goddard (an actor), 1970 (divorced, 1977); married Sherwood Ball, 1983; children: (with Steve Curry, an actor) Catherine; (with Jack Nicholson, an actor) Caleb Goddard (a producer and writer). Education: Attended Catholic University of America.

Television Director; Episodic: Directed episodes of Friends, NBC. Film Appearances: Tory, Leprechaun, Trimark Pictures, 1993. Renee, She’s the One, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1996. Debbie, ’Til There Was You, Paramount Pictures, 1997. Kate, Picture Perfect, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1997. Allison, Dream For an Insomniac, Columbia/TriStar Home Video, 1998. Nina Borowski, The Object of My Affection, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998. Clove, The Thin Pink Line, Tokyo Theaters, 1998. Joanna, Office Space, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1999. Voice of Annie Hughes, The Iron Giant (animated), Warner Bros., 1999. Emily Poule, Rock Star, Warner Bros., 2001. Justine Last, The Good Girl, United International, 2002. Grace Connelly, Bruce Almighty, Universal, 2003. Polly Prince, Captured, Universal, 2003.

Addresses: Contact—P.O. Box 5605, Santa Monica, CA 90409; 2369 Beach Ave., Venice, CA 90291. Career: Actress. Also worked as an acting teacher. Member: Actors’ Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Golden Laurel Award, third place, star of tomorrow—female, 1971, for Five Easy Pieces; Genie Award nomination, best performance by a foreign actress, 1980, for Running.

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Music Videos: Appeared in I’ll Be There for You by the Rembrandts, Walls by Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, 1996, and I Want to Be in Love by Melissa Etheridge, 2001.

Film Appearances: Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One, 1968. Susan Enders, The Landlord, United Artists, 1970. Catherine Van Ost, Five Easy Pieces, Columbia, 1970. 16

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Nancy Felix, Play It Again, Sam (also known as Aspirins for Three), Paramount, 1972. Nina Blume, Blume in Love, Warner Bros., 1973. Lila, The Big Fix, Universal, 1978. Janet, Running, Universal, 1979. Penny Hart, The Devil and Max Devlin, Buena Vista, 1981. Jane Beardsley, Gas, Paramount, 1981. Marilyn Jordan, Montenegro (also known as Montenegro—Or Pigs and Pearls and Montenegro eller Paerlor och Svin), 1981. Lilly, Misunderstood (also known as L’ulitmo sole d’estate), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1984. Rosalind Winfield, Into the Fire (also known as The Legend of Wolf Lodge), 1987. Karen McKeon, Heaven and Earth (also known as Reagan’s Children and A Year in Lincoln Plains), 1987. Dr. Judith Glass, Blue Monkey (also known as Green Monkey, Insect, and Invasion of the Bodysuckers), Spectrafilm, 1988. Widow, Blood Red, Hemdale, 1990. Madeline Hix, Back to Back, Concorde/Vertex, 1990. Kate Simpson, The Rutanga Tapes (also known as Desert Chase and Killer Instinct), Shapiro Glickenhaus Home Video, 1991. Pamela Wood, Alien X Factor, Filmdeck, 1997. Angela, Candle Smoke, 1998.

Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙So Some Girls Play the Cello,⬙ The Nurses, 1964. ⬙A Matter of Law and Disorder,⬙ The Defenders, 1965. ⬙Will the Real Sammy Davis, Please Hang Up?,⬙ The Patty Duke Show, 1965. Susan, ⬙Cathy, the Rebel,⬙ The Patty Duke Show, 1965. ⬙The Heroine,⬙ The Nurses, 1965. ⬙Runaway,⬙ Judd for the Defense, 1969. Lee McKinley, ⬙All My Tomorrows,⬙ Love Story, 1973. Lieutenant Kit Boone, ⬙Point of Law,⬙ McMillan and Wife, 1976. Beverly Dresden, ⬙Men Who Love Women,⬙ Rosetti and Ryan, 1977. ⬙He Wants Her Back,⬙ Visions, 1980. Claudia, ⬙Dead Man’s Curve,⬙ Hitchhiker, HBO, 1986. Dr. Diane Hardy, ⬙Here’s a Howdy–Do,⬙ Empty Nest, 1989. Lois Fricksey, ⬙Dead Letter,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1989. Herself, ⬙Hollywood,⬙ Unzipped, 1999. Stage Appearances: Catherine, A View from the Bridge, Sheridan Square Playhouse, 1965. A Coupla White Chicks Sitting around Talking, Hollywood Playhouse, Los Angeles, 1985.

Television Appearances; Series: Grace McKenzie, The Yellow Rose, NBC, 1983. Annie Maxwell, The Slap Maxwell Story, ABC, 1987–1988.

Made her Broadway debut in Hair. RECORDINGS

Television Appearances; Movies: The Journey of the Fifth Horse, 1966. Terry, ⬙For the Use of the Hall,⬙ Hollywood Television Theatre, 1972. Donna Jo Martelli, I Want to Keep My Baby, 1976. Wilma, The Secret of Life of John Chapman, 1976. Beverly Dresden, Rosetti & Ryan: Men Who Love Women, 1977. Christian Sebastiani, Mad Bull, 1977. Betty Leslie–Melville, The Last Giraffe, 1979. Jordan West, Portrait of an Escort (also known as Professional Date), 1980. Lucy Dillon, The First Time, 1982. Chris Butler, Deadly Encounter (also known as American Eagle), 1982. Phyllis Daye, Gone Are the Days, 1984. Deborah Nelson, Cagney & Lacey: The Return, CBS, 1994. Julia, Dancing at the Harvest Moon, CBS, 2002.

Taped Readings: Elaine Clark McCarthy’s The Falconer, Dove, 1996. (With David Birne) Paul Theroux’s The Collected Stories, Dove, 1998. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, July 1, 1996, p. 46.

ARMITAGE, Frank See CARPENTER, John

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Elinor Grant, James A. Michener’s Space (also known as Space), CBS, 1985.

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ASPEN, Jennifer 1973– PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙I’ve Got a Secret,⬙ Charlie Grace, ABC, 1995. ⬙Leg, Lies and Videotape,⬙ Too Something, Fox, 1995. Alexis, ⬙A Fine ROM–ance,⬙ Hope & Gloria, NBC, 1995. Runaway girl, ⬙Squash It,⬙ Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1995. Sharon, ⬙Bikini Camp Slasher,⬙ Weird Science, USA Network, 1995. Jamie, ⬙Guess Who’s Coming to Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner,⬙ Married ... with Children, Fox, 1995. Pepper, ⬙Lil Sister Dontcha,⬙ Step by Step, ABC, 1995. Mrs. Jones, ⬙To Die For,⬙ In the House, UPN, 1996. Sharon, ⬙Swallow 13,⬙ Weird Science, USA Network, 1996. Melanie Marcos, ⬙Other People,⬙ Brotherly Love, The WB, 1996. Irene, ⬙School’s Out Forever,⬙ Living Single, Fox, 1996. Tracey White, ⬙A Day in the Life,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 1996. Rachel, The Show, 1996. Candice, ⬙Taillight’s Last Gleaming,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 1997. Debbie, ⬙Again with the Sponge Cake,⬙ Alright Already, The WB, 1997. Anna Roemer, ⬙Indy Show,⬙ The Pretender, NBC, 1998. Terry, ⬙Twisted Sister,⬙ House Rules, NBC, 1998. Vikki Newton, ⬙Subject: Three Thirteen,⬙ Freaky Links, Fox, 2000. Sarah, ⬙Dyeing Is Easy, Comedy Is Hard,⬙ Will & Grace, NBC, 2002. Samantha, ⬙Flash Photography,⬙ The King of Queens, CBS, 2002. Mrs. Ramsey, ⬙Fight Night,⬙ C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation, CBS, 2002. Michelle, ⬙The One Where Monica Sings,⬙ Friends, NBC, 2003. ⬙Coventry,⬙ The Agency, CBS, 2003.

Born October 9, 1973, in Richmond, VA. Education: University of California, Los Angeles, B.A., theatre. Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1505 Tenth Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401. Lawyer—Hansen, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman, Newman & Warren, 450 N. Roxbury Dr., 8th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Actress. CREDITS Film Appearances: Kathy Lawrence, A Very Brady Sequel, Paramount, 1996. Maria Moore, Sometimes They Come Back ... Again (also known as Sometimes They Come Back 2), Trimark, 1996. Vicky, The Others, Cinequanon, 1997. Art store customer, Changing Habits, A–pix Entertainment, 1997. Susie Felton, Screwed: A Hollywood Bedtime Story, 1998. Jennifer Oberon, Some Common Things That Happen to Corpses, 1999. Geena, See Jane Run, Arrow, 2001. (Uncredited) Nina, Vanilla Sky, Paramount, 2001. Mindy, L.A. Twister, 2003. Also appeared in Sour Grapes. Television Appearances; Series: Daphne Jablonsky, Party of Five, Fox, 1998–2000. Janet, Bob Patterson, ABC, 2001.

Television Appearances; Specials: Interviewee, Inside Scientology (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Presenter, Thirteenth Annual Genesis Awards, Animal Planet, 1999.

Also appeared in a recurring role in Claude’s Crib, USA Network.

OTHER SOURCES Television Appearances; Movies: Toni, The Secret She Carried, NBC, 1996. Shayna, The Ranch, Showtime, 2003.

Periodicals: TV Guide, May 2, 1998, pp. 5–6.

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B Glenn Howard, The Name of the Game, NBC, 1968–1972. Agent Gene Bradley, The Adventurer, syndicated, 1972. Captain Amos Burke, Burke’s Law, CBS, 1994–1995.

BARRY, Gene 1919(?)– PERSONAL Original name, Eugene Klass; born June 14, 1919 (some sources say 1921), in New York, NY; son of Martin and Eva (maiden name, Conn) Klass; married Betty Claire Kalb, October 22, 1944 (died January 31, 2003); children: Michael Lewis (a director), Fredric James, Elizabeth. Education: Attended public schools in New York City, and New Utrecht High School, Brooklyn, NY.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Carl Osborne, Aspen (also known as The Innocent and the Damned), NBC, 1977. Bat Masterson, Luck of the Draw: The Gambler Returns, NBC, 1991. Television Appearances; Movies: Michael London, Istanbul Express, NBC, 1968. Murray Jarvis, Do You Take This Stranger? (also known as Knock at the Wrong Door and Strangers and Lovers), NBC, 1971. Gil Turner, The Devil and Miss Sarah, ABC, 1971. Glenn Howard, The Name of the Game: LA 2017, 1971. Gordon Harris, A Cry for Love, NBC, 1980. John Cockerill, The Adventures of Nelly Bly (also known as The Amazing Nellie Bly), NBC, 1981. Glen Kilgallen, Perry Mason: The Case of the Lost Love, NBC, 1987. John Forrest, Turn Back the Clock (also known as Repeat Performance), NBC, 1989. Mr. Stern, These Old Broads, ABC, 2001.

Addresses: Contact—c/o 10390 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 270, Los Angeles, CA 90025. Career: Actor, producer, and writer. Best known for his portrayal of dapper, well–dressed leading characters in television series; also a nightclub performer. Member: Actors Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild (past first vice president), Boy Scouts of America. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award, best male TV star, 1965; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actor in a musical, 1983, for La cage aux folles; named ADL Man of the Year, 1986.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Sergeant Andy Pile, War Correspondent, CBS, 1959. Captain Amos Burke, Honey West: Who Killed the Jackpot?, ABC, 1965. Dr. Ray Flemming, Prescription: Murder (also known as Columbo: Prescription Murder), NBC, 1968. Harry Darew, Ransom for Alice!, NBC, 1977. Andrew Stovall, The Girl, the Gold Watch, and Dynamite, syndicated, 1981.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Gene Talbot, Our Miss Brooks, CBS, 1955–1956. William Barclay ⬙Bat⬙ Masterson (title role), Bat Masterson, NBC, 1958–1961. Captain Amos Burke, Burke’s Law, ABC, 1963–1965, then known as Amos Burke, Secret Agent, ABC, 1965–1966. 19

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Television Appearances; Specials: Tiptoe through TV, CBS, 1960. Variety: The World of Show Biz, CBS, 1960. NBC’s 60th Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1986. The 40th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1986. The 38th Annual Emmy Awards, NBC, 1986. Himself, Happy 100th Birthday, Hollywood, 1987. Judge, The 12th Annual Mrs. America Pageant, ABC, 1988. Himself, Hollywood Aliens & Monsters (also known as To the Galaxy and Beyond with Mark Hamill), Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Judge, Mrs. World 2001, PAX, 2001. Television Appearances; Episodic: Hollywood Screen Test, ABC, 1949. ⬙The Take,⬙ The Clock, ABC, 1950. ⬙The Blood Call,⬙ Believe It or Not, NBC, 1950. ⬙Something about Love,⬙ The Loretta Young Show, NBC, 1954. ⬙The Girl in Car Thirty–two,⬙ Suspense, CBS, 1954. Cosgrove/Griggsy, ⬙To Each His Own,⬙ Lux Video Theatre, CBS, 1954. ⬙A Touch of Spring,⬙ The Ford Television Theatre, NBC, 1955. Joe Ferguson, ⬙Spider, Inc.,⬙ Science Fiction Theatre, syndicated, 1955. ⬙Ride the Comet,⬙ Appointment with Adventure, CBS, 1955. ⬙Something about George,⬙ The Loretta Young Show (also known as Letter to Loretta), NBC, 1955. Captain John Forester, ⬙The World Below,⬙ Science Fiction Theatre, syndicated, 1955. Dell Delaney, ⬙Triggers in Leash,⬙ Alfred Hitchcock Presents, CBS, 1955. ⬙Nailed Down,⬙ Fireside Theatre (also known as The Jane Wyman Show), NBC, 1955. Dan Varrel, ⬙Salvage,⬙ Alfred Hitchcock Presents, CBS, 1955. ⬙The Blue Ribbon,⬙ The Ford Television Theatre, NBC, 1955. ⬙The Story of Steve Carey,⬙ The Millionaire, CBS, 1955. ⬙The Good Luck Kid,⬙ Damon Runyon Theatre, CBS, 1956. ⬙The Women Who Dared,⬙ The Ford Television Theatre, ABC, 1956. ⬙A Place on the Bay,⬙ Jane Wyman Presents The Fireside Theatre (also known as The Jane Wyman Show), NBC, 1956. ⬙Return to Guam,⬙ General Electric Theater, 1956. ⬙The Pendulum,⬙ Jane Wyman Presents The Fireside Theatre (also known as The Jane Wyman Show), NBC, 1957. Lieutenant Eddie Pfeiffer, ⬙Threat to a Happy Ending,⬙ The Twentieth Century–Fox Hour, CBS, 1957. ⬙Ain’t No Time for Glory,⬙ Playhouse 90, CBS, 1957. ⬙The Headline Hero: File Number 28,⬙ The Walter Winchell File, ABC, 1958. 20

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Also appeared in TV Reader’s Digest, ABC; Tattletales; as guest panelist, People Will Talk; guest panelist, The Celebrity Game.

Georges, La cage aux folles, Palace Theatre, New York City, then Pantages Theatre, Los Angeles, 1983. Give My Regards to Broadway, Carnegie Hall, New York City, 1991.

Film Appearances: Dr. Frank Addison, Atomic City (also known as Los Alamos), Paramount, 1952. Captain Beaton, Girls of Pleasure Island, Paramount, 1953. Johnny Kisko, Those Redheads from Seattle, Paramount, 1953. Dr. Clayton Forrester, The War of the Worlds, Paramount, 1953. Verne Williams, Alaska Seas, Paramount, 1954. Raphael Moreno, Red Garters, Paramount, 1954. Al Willis, Naked Alibi, Universal, 1954. Captain Charles Laverne, The Purple Mask, Universal, 1955. Louis Hoyt, Soldier of Fortune, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1955. Jud Ellis, Back from Eternity, RKO Radio Pictures, 1956. Frank Duncan, The Houston Story, Columbia, 1956. Sergeant Brock, China Gate, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1957. Wes Bonnell, Forty Guns (also known as Woman with a Whip), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1957. Jonathan Clark, The 27th Day, Columbia, 1957. Casey Reed, Hong Kong Confidential, United Artists, 1958. Troy Barrett, Thunder Road, United Artists, 1958. Simon Grant, Maroc Seven (also known as Maroc 7), Paramount, 1967. Donovan, Subterfuge, Commonwealth United Entertainment, 1969. Television commentator, The Second Coming of Suzanne (also known as Suzanne), Barry, 1974. Congressman Leo O’Brien, Guyana: Cult of the Damned (also known as Guyana: Crime of the Century and Guyana, el crimen del siglo), Universal, 1980.

Also appeared in Happy Is Larry; Spotlight; Kismet; Destry Rides Again; The Merry Widow; Idiot’s Delight; Pins and Needles; Gene Barry in One (solo revue). OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People, August 28, 1989, p. 106.

BEAN, Henry 1945– PERSONAL Born August 3, 1945, in Philadelphia, PA; son of Donald (a lawyer) and Fahny (maiden name, Schorr) Bean; married Nancy Eliason, January 3, 1968 (divorced, February 14, 1970); married Leora Barish (a writer), March 23, 1980; children: Max. Education: Yale University, B.A., 1967; Stanford University, M.A., 1973. Politics: ⬙Left.⬙ Religion: Jewish. Addresses: Agent—Alan Gasmer, William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Writer, producer, director, and actor. Monte Vista High School, Danville, CA, teacher of English and journalism, 1969–71. Member: Writer’s Guild of America West. Awards, Honors: Award from PEN—Los Angeles, first book of fiction, 1983, for False Match; Grand Jury Prize, dramatic category, Sundance Film Festival, Screen International Award nomination, European Film Awards, Open Palm Award, Gotham Awards, Golden St. George Award and Russian Film Clubs Federation Award, both Moscow International Film Festival, nomination for Bronze Horse, Stockholm Film Festival, all 2001, Independent Spirit Award nominations, best first feature and best screenplay, 2002, and Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, most promising director, 2003, all for The Believer.

Film Executive Producer: The Second Coming of Suzanne, Barry, 1974. Stage Appearances: Rosalinda, 44th Street Theatre, New York City, 1942. Catherine Was Great, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1944. The Would–Be Gentleman, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1946. Bless You All, Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, 1950. The Perfect Setup, Cort Theatre, New York City, 1962. Watergate: A Musical, Alliance Theatre Company, Atlanta, GA, 1982.

CREDITS Film Work: Producer (with Pierre David), Deep Cover, New Line Cinema, 1992. Director, The Believer, Fireworks Pictures, 2002. 21

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 Addresses: Office—c/o John Beasley Theatre and Workshop, LaFern Williams Center, 3010 Q St., P.O. Box 12154, Omaha, NE 68112–1215. Agent—Adam Lazarus, Bauman, Redanty & Shaul Agency, 5757 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 473, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Manager—Brian Alexander, Essential Talent Management, 6399 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 401, Los Angeles, CA 90048.

Film Appearances: Customer in bar, Venus Rising, IRS Releasing, 1995. Stein, Un divan a New York (also known as A Couch in New York and Eine Couch in New York), Northern Arts Entertainment, 1997. Ilio Manzetti, The Believer, Fireworks Pictures, 2002. WRITINGS

Career: Actor. John Beasley Theatre and Workshop, Omaha, NE, founder, 2002; John Beasley Foundation, Atlanta, GA, founder. Union Pacific Railroad, worked as a clerk; also worked as a bill collector and longshoreman. Active with youth athletic programs and charity fund–raisers.

Screenplays: Showboat 1988: The Remake (also known as Showboat 1988), 1977. (With Shirl Hendryx) Running Brave, Buena Vista, 1983. (With Pascal Bonitzer, Chantal Akerman, Jean Grualt, and Leora Barish) Golden Eighties (also known as Window Shopping), Pari/Gerick, 1986. Internal Affairs, Paramount, 1990. (With Michael Tolkin) Deep Cover, New Line Cinema, 1992. Johnny Mnemonic, 1995. Mulholland Falls, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1996. Last Man Standing, New Line Cinema, 1996. Enemy of the State, Buena Vista, 1998. Desperate Measures, TriStar, 1998. Armageddon, Buena Vista, 1998. The Believer, Fireworks Pictures, 2002.

Awards, Honors: Mary Riepma Ross Award from Great Plains Film Festival. CREDITS Film Appearances: Ernie, V.I. Warshawski, Buena Vista, 1991. Mr. Hall, The Mighty Ducks (also known as Champions and The Mighty Ducks Are the Champions), Buena Vista, 1992. Cook, Untamed Heart, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1993. Coach Warren, Rudy, TriStar, 1993. Roberts, Little Big League, Warner Bros., 1994. Garbage collector, Losing Isaiah, Paramount, 1995. Second skipper, The Cure, MCA/Universal, 1995. Brother C. Charles Blackwell, The Apostle, October Films, 1997. Baker, Overnight Delivery, New Line Cinema, 1998. Nehemiah, Crazy in Alabama, Columbia, 1999. Colonel Donald Slesinger, The General’s Daughter (also known as Wehrlos—Die Tochter des Generals), Paramount, 1999. The Living Witness (also known as Wanted), Riverside Productions, 1999. Mike Smythe, Lost Souls, New Line Cinema, 2000. Albert Hawkins, The Gift, Paramount, 2000. Reverend James, The Operator, Black Wolf Productions, 2001. Cleofas, The Journeyman, Contrabando/Dream Entertainment/ThinkFilm, 2001. General Lasseter, The Sum of All Fears (also known as Der Anschlag), Paramount, 2002.

Also wrote (with Barish) Desire; (with Barish) Labyrinth Nine; and Who You Know. Television Episodes: The Hitchhiker, HBO and USA Network, 1983. K Street, HBO, 2003. Novels: False Match, Simon & Schuster, 1982. ADAPTATIONS The film Venus Rising, released by IRS Releasing in 1995, was based on a story by Bean and others.

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Television Appearances; Series: Irv Harper, Everwood, The WB, beginning 2002.

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Also appeared as Mr. Willie in Brewster Place, ABC.

Born June 26, 1943, in Omaha, NE; married; wife’s name Judith; children: Tyrone (an actor), Michael (an actor).

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BECKLEY Career: Actress and producer. Colony Theatre Company, Burbank, CA, cofounder, member of board of trustees, and producing director, 1975—, coordinator of New Play Festival, 1984–85. Pasadena Arts Council, member of peer review committee; Theatre Los Angeles, past president and honorary member of board of governors.

A.T.F., ABC, 1999. Jonah Summer, Freedom Song, TNT, 2000. Nathaniel Myles, The Moving of Sophia Myles, CBS, 2000. Mr. Banks, Disappearing Acts, HBO, 2000. Television Appearances; Episodic: Captain Haines, ⬙A Minor Miracle,⬙ Early Edition, CBS, 1998. Captain Haines, ⬙The Quality of Mercy,⬙ Early Edition, CBS, 1998. Ed Thomas, ⬙Bloodlines: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ The Pretender, NBC, 1998. James Edward Hollis, ⬙Darwin’s Eye,⬙ Millennium, Fox, 1999. James Edward Hollis, ⬙Via Dolorosa,⬙ Millennium, Fox, 1999. James Edward Hollis, ⬙Goodbye to All That,⬙ Millennium, Fox, 1999. Charles Moore, ⬙Crate n’ Burial,⬙ C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation (also known as C.S.I.), CBS, 2000. Judge Henry Bromell, ⬙Dog Days,⬙ Judging Amy, CBS, 2000. Charles Moore, ⬙Evaluation Day,⬙ C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation (also known as C.S.I.), CBS, 2001. Judge Henry Bromell, ⬙Shock and Awe,⬙ Judging Amy, CBS, 2003.

Awards, Honors: Robby awards, c. 1977, for performance in Look Homeward, Angel, and c. 1978, for performance in Poor Murderer; Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award, DramaLogue Award, and Robby Award, c. 1981, for performance in Getting Out; DramaLogue Award, c. 1983, for performance in Scenes and Revelations; Outstanding Contribution Award, Women in Theatre, 1993; Los Angeles Ovation Award, best musical at a smaller theatre, c. 1996, for producing City of Angels; James A. Doolittle Award for Leadership, Los Angeles Ovation Awards, 1999; DramaLogue Award, for performance in Angel Street; Polly Warfield Award. CREDITS Stage Appearances: The Crucible, Odyssey Theatre, 1974–1975. Enter Laughing, Cast Theatre, 1974–1975. The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, Los Angeles, 1975–1976. The reverend’s wife, The Grass Harp, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1975–1976. The Royal Hunt of the Sun, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1975–1976. Look Homeward, Angel, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1976–1977. Black Comedy and the White Liars, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1976–1977. Leonora and earth guest, The Martian Chronicles, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, then El Rey Theatre, 1976–1977. Margot Frank, The Diary of Ann Frank, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1977–1978. First actress, Tatiana Nikolayevna, and Gertrude II, Poor Murderer, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1977–1978. Alice, Fahrenheit 451, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1978–1979. Sairy Wilson, The Grapes of Wrath, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1979–1980. And Then There Were None, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1979–1980. Arlene, Getting Out, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, then Cast Theatre, 1980–1981. Desiree Armfeldt, A Little Night Music, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1981–1982. Sara Muller, Watch on the Rhine, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1982–1983.

Appeared as Ogden in an episode of EZ Streets. Television Appearances; Other: Mr. Coleman, Laurel Avenue (miniseries), HBO, 1993. Traces of Insanity (also known as Shattered Mind), 1998. Stage Appearances: Appeared as Turbo in Jitney, Alliance Theatre, Atlanta, GA; also appeared in productions of The Boys Next Door, Mixed Blood Theatre, Minneapolis, MN; Death of a Salesman; Driving Miss Daisy, Chicago production; Othello; A Streetcar Named Desire; and Two Trains Running, Goodman Theatre, Chicago.

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Helena, Scenes and Revelations, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1983–1984. Beatrice Hamilton Novak, Weekend Serenade, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1986–1987. Voices, Talk Radio, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1986–1987. Mary, On the Verge, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1988–1989. Baroness Henriette von Schlaffenberg, Oxford’s Will, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1990–1991. Peccadillo, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1994–1995.

To Forgive, Divine, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1989–1990. Skin of Our Teeth, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1989–1990. Mr. Roberts, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1990–1991. Bedroom Farce, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1990–1991. Could I Have This Dance?, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1990–1991. The Last Metro, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1990–1991. The Farnsworth Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society Murder Mystery, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1991–1992. To Grandmother’s House We Go, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1991–1992. Oxford’s Will, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1991–1992. Candide, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1991–1992. The Front Page, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1992–1993. When the Bough Breaks, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1992–1993. Rags, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1992–1993. 17 Days, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1992–1993. You Can’t Take It with You, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1993–1994. To Culebra, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1993–1994. Working, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1993–1994. Aftershocks, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1993–1994. Peccadillo, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1994–1995. King of Hearts, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1994–1995. The World of Ray Bradbury, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1994–1995. Incident at Vichy, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1995–1996. Morning’s at Seven, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1995–1996. City of Angels, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1995–1996. Heartbreak House, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1995–1996. Putting It Together, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1996–1997. Our Country’s Good, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1996–1997. The Matchmaker, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1996–1997. Morning Star, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1997–1998.

Also appeared in Angel Street, Players Theatre; Assembly Line, off–Broadway production; Enrico IV, Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT; Mike Downstairs, Broadway production; and Visitors from London. Stage Producer: Enter Laughing, Cast Theatre, 1974–1975. A Day out of Time, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, Los Angeles, 1985–1986. Hobson’s Choice, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1985–1986. Habeas Corpus, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1985–1986. Weekend Serenade, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1986–1987. Duets, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1986–1987. Talk Radio, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1986–1987. Thataway Jack and the Legends of the West, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1986–1987. A Circle on the Cross, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1987–1988. Ring ’round the Moon, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1987–1988. Execution of Justice, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1987–1988. Holy Ghosts, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1987–1988. Side by Side, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1988–1989. Stendhal, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1988–1989. Generations, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1988–1989. On the Verge, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1988–1989. Guy and Dolls (musical), Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1989–1990. Naked Dancing, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1989–1990. 24

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BEDI Milton, ⬙Best Buddies,⬙ Starman, ABC, 1986. Dr. Spinell, ⬙Any Second Now,⬙ Hunter, NBC, 1987. Mrs. Mitchell, ⬙The Body,⬙ Matlock, NBC, 1988. Sophisticated lady, ⬙Deadpan,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1988. Naomi, ⬙Fathers and Other Strangers,⬙ Dallas, 1989. Mrs. Hoffman, ⬙The Proxy Pig and Great Pretenders,⬙ Designing Women, CBS, 1989. Freund, ⬙Out of Control,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1991.

On the Twentieth Century, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1997–1998. An Ideal Husband, by Oscar Wilde, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1997–1998. The Living, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1998–1999. June Moon, Colony Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Playhouse, 1998–1999. A Shayne Maidel, Colony Theatre Company, 2000–2001. Dandelion Wine, Colony Theatre Company, 2000–2001. The Man Who Came to Dinner, Colony Theatre Company, 2000–2001. The Last Night of Ballyhoo, Colony Theatre Company, Burbank Media Center Mall, Burbank, CA, 2001–2002. The Clearing, Colony Theatre Company, Burbank Media Center Mall, 2001–2002. Side Show, Colony Theatre Company, Burbank Media Center Mall, 2001–2002. The Laramie Project, Colony Theatre Company, Burbank Media Center Mall, 2002–2003. You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, Colony Theatre Company, Burbank Media Center Mall, 2002–2003. Beautiful in the Extreme, Colony Theatre Company, Burbank Media Center Mall, 2002–2003. Donna McKechnie: Inside the Music, Colony Theatre Company, Burbank Media Center Mall, 2002–2003. Producing director, Fuddy Meers, Colony Theatre Company, Burbank Media Center Mall, 2002–2003. The Nerd, Colony Theatre Company, Burbank Media Center Mall, 2003.

Appeared as a jury foreperson in an episode of L.A. Law, NBC; also appeared in episodes of General Hospital, Highway to Heaven, House Calls, and Lou Grant. Television Appearances; Series: Caroline Brady, Days of Our Lives (also known as Cruise of Deception: Days of Our Live, Days, and DOOL), NBC, 1984–1985. OTHER SOURCES Electronic: Colony Theatre Company, http://www.colonytheatre. org, July 12, 2003.

BEDI, Kabir 1946– PERSONAL Born January 16, 1946, in Bombay, India; son of Baba Phyare Lal (an author) and Freda Bedi; married second wife, Susan Humphries, c. 1979 (marriage ended); married Nikki (an actress and television personality); children: Pooja (an actress).

Television Appearances; Movies: Dental receptionist, Skeezer, NBC, 1982. Woman, Obsessive Love, CBS, 1984. The Execution, NBC, 1985. First watch controller, Condor, CBS, 1986.

Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 150 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor. Appeared in television and magazine advertisements. Once owned an advertising firm.

Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙No More Mister Nice Guy,⬙ Dallas, 1980. Mrs. Rooney, ⬙The Silent Cry,⬙ Little House on the Prairie, NBC, 1980. Marion Loomis, ⬙The Dinner Party,⬙ Dynasty, ABC, 1981. Emily Laird, ⬙The Birthday Party,⬙ Dynasty, ABC, 1981. Woman guest, ⬙The Party,⬙ Dynasty, ABC, 1982. Sentry, ⬙One Hart Too Many,⬙ Hart to Hart, 1982. Brindle, ⬙The Trial of Phineas Bogg,⬙ Voyagers!, NBC, 1983. Dr. Anderson, ⬙What’s in a Gnome?,⬙ Simon & Simon, CBS, 1983. Mrs. Mob, ⬙Rules of Attraction,⬙ Otherworld, CBS, 1985.

Awards, Honors: Several awards for documentary films and commercials, c. 1970; Tele 7 Jours Award, 1980; Goldener Television Otto Award, Bravo magazine, 1980; Maschera d’Argento International, 1999; Abby Award (advertising industry award), 2003. CREDITS Film Appearances: Seema, 1971. Hulchul, 1971. Sazaa, 1972. 25

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Rakhi Aur Hathkadi, 1972. Roopa, Kachche Dhaage, 1973. Manzilein Aur Bhi Hain (also known as Miles to Go), 1974. Ishq Ishq Ishq (also known as Love, Love, Love), Eros International, 1974. Uday, Nagin, Shankar Movies, 1976. Title role, Il corsaro nero (also known as The Black Pirate), American International Pictures, 1976. Bullet, 1976. Swashbuckler, 1976. Vishwasghaat (also known as The Betrayal), 1977. Sandokan, La tigre e ancora viva: Sandokan alla riscossa!, Cineriz, 1977. Malik, Ashanti (also known as Ashanti, Land of No Mercy), Warner Bros., 1979. The succubus, Satan’s Mistress (also known as Dark Eyes, Demon Rage, and Fury of the Succubus), Motion Picture Marketing, 1982. Artist, Girl from India, 1982. Gabriel Bagradian, 40 Days of Musa Dagh, 1982. Gobinda, Octopussy, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1983. Terrorist commander, Terminal Entry, United Film Distribution, 1986. Koura, Escuadron (also known as Counterforce and Escuadron: Counterforce), 1987. Akbar, The Beast of War (also known as The Beast), Columbia, 1988. Mera Shikar, 1988. Sanjay, Khoon Bhari Mang, Atlantic Video, 1988. Yeh Aag Kab Bujhegi, 1991. Vishkanya, 1991. Digvijay Singh, Dil Aashna Hai, H. M. Creations, 1992. Mr. Singhal, Yalgaar, Eros International, 1992. Thakur Ganga Singh, Kshatriya (also known as Warriors), Worldwide Entertainment Group, 1992. Moulet, Beyond Justice (also known as Desert Law), Trimark Pictures, 1992. Salaam, 1993. Rajan, Kismat, 1995. Police inspector, Aatank Hi Aatank, 1995. Brigadier Bedi, Kohram, 1999. Rana Pratap, Kranti, Eastern Film Corp., 2002. Mr. Varma, Maine Dil Tujhko Diya, 2002. Yeti, Anita and Me, Icon Film Distribution, 2002. Chote Pathan, Talaash, Chiragdeep International, 2003. Mr. Zakaria, The Hero, Pathfinder Pictures, 2003. Rudraksh, Karma Entertainment, 2003.

I Misteri della giungla nera (also known as The Mysteries of the Dark Jungle and Das Geheimnis des schwarzen Dschungels), 1990. Chandragupta, The Maharaja’s Daughter (also known as Die Tochter des Maharadschas), 1994. Abdul, OP Center (also known as Tom Clancy’s ⬙OP Center⬙), ABC, 1995. Sandokan, Il ritorno di Sandokan (also known as The Return of Sandokan), 1996. Napoleon, Noi siamo angeli (also known as We Are Angels), 1996. Sandokan, Il figlio de Sandokan (also known as The Son of Sandokan), 1998. Friar Sand, The Lost Empire (also known as Monkey King—Ein Krieger zwischen den Welten), NBC, 2001. Television Appearances; Movies: Dr. Charles Malik, Eleanor, First Lady of the World, CBS, 1982. Khatib Nasif, Hostage Flight, NBC, 1985. Koura, Counterforce, syndicated, 1991. Kabir, Lie Down with Lions (also known as Red Eagle), Lifetime, 1994. Khamis bin Abdullah, Forbidden Territory: Stanley’s Search for Livingstone, ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Farouk Ahmed, ⬙The Cliff,⬙ Dynasty, ABC, 1982. Farouk Ahmed, ⬙The Roof,⬙ Dynasty, ABC, 1982. Farouk Ahmed, ⬙The Plea,⬙ Dynasty, ABC, 1982. ⬙Mr. Smith Rescues Bobo,⬙ Mr. Smith, NBC, 1983. Kruger, ⬙The Java Tiger,⬙ The Master, NBC, 1984. Ahmed Kamal, ⬙Mirage,⬙ Riptide, NBC, 1984. Vascone, ⬙Knight Sting,⬙ Knight Rider, NBC, 1985. Leo Zukoff, ⬙The Beautiful and the Dead: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Hunter, NBC, 1986. Farouk Ahmed, ⬙The Cry,⬙ Dynasty, ABC, 1986. Farouk Ahmed, ⬙The Vendetta⬙ (also known as ⬙The Choice⬙), Dynasty, ABC, 1986. Dousseau, ⬙The Second Finest Man Who Ever Lived,⬙ Stingray, NBC, 1987. Birmanyi/Bill, ⬙Here’s Why Cosmetics Should Come in Unbreakable Bottles,⬙ The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd, NBC, 1987. Birmanyi/Bill, ⬙Here’s Why There Are Instances When Vegetables Aren’t Necessarily Good for You,⬙ The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd, NBC, 1987. Birmanyi/Bill, ⬙Here’s Another Bedtime Story,⬙ The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd, NBC, 1987. Vikram Singh (some sources cite Vikram Akbar), ⬙Curse of the Daanau,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1988. Malcolm, ⬙Legend of the Lost Art,⬙ Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1988. Kamir, ⬙The Wrath of Kali,⬙ Highlander, syndicated, 1995. Aristotle Drago, ⬙The Blonde Woman,⬙ Team Knight Rider, syndicated, 1998.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Sandokan, Sandokan (also known as Der Tiger von Malaysia), 1976. Mohammad, On Wings of Eagles, NBC, 1986. Moulay Zair, Il principe del deserto (also known as Lion of the Desert and Maktub le legge del deserto), 1989. 26

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BERGMAN Member: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (member of executive committee of music branch; first vice president of board of governors; president of Academy Foundation, 2001—), National Academy of Songwriters (member of board of directors), American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers.

Television Appearances; Series: Lord Rama, General Hospital, ABC, 1983. Colonel Carlos Demitri, One Life to Live (also known as One Life to Live: The Summer of Seduction), ABC, 1986. Prince Omar Rashid, The Bold and the Beautiful (also known as Belleza y poder), CBS, 1994–1995.

Awards, Honors: All with wife, Marilyn Bergman: Grammy Award nomination, best song of the year (with Lew Spence), National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 1960, for ⬙Nice ’n’ Easy⬙; Academy Award, best song, and Golden Globe Award, best original song, both (with Michel Legrand) 1969, for ⬙The Windmills of Your Mind,⬙ The Thomas Crown Affair; Academy Award nomination, best song, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best original song, both (with Legrand) 1970, for ⬙What Are You Doing for the Rest of Your Life?,⬙ The Happy Ending; Academy Award nomination, best song, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best original song, both (with Legrand) 1971, for title song, Pieces of Dreams; Academy Award nomination, best song (with Henry Mancini), 1972, for ⬙All His Children,⬙ Sometimes a Great Notion; Grammy Award nomination, best song of the year (with Legrand), 1972, for ⬙The Summer Knows⬙; Academy Award nomination, best song, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best original song, both (with Maurice Jarre) 1973, for ⬙Marmalade, Molasses and Honey,⬙ The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean; Golden Globe Award nomination, best original song (with Johnny Mandel), 1973, for ⬙Take Me Home,⬙ Molly and Lawless John; Academy Award, best song, 1974, Golden Globe Award, best original song, 1974, Grammy Award, best song of the year, 1975, and Film and Television Music Award, most performed feature film standards on television, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, 1987, all (with Marvin Hamlisch) for ⬙The Way We Were⬙; Grammy Award, best original score in a motion picture or television special (with Hamlisch), 1974, for The Way We Were; Emmy Award nominations, best dramatic underscore and best special musical material (both with Billy Goldenberg), 1975, for Queen of the Stardust Ballroom; grant from American Film Institute, 1976; Emmy Award, best dramatic underscore (with Leonard Rosenman), 1977, for Sybil; Grammy Award nomination, best original score in a motion picture or television special, 1977, and nomination for Anthony Asquith Award for Film Music, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1978, both (with others) for A Star Is Born; Grammy Award nomination, best song of the year (with Neil Diamond), 1978, for ⬙You Don’t Bring Me Flowers⬙; Academy Award nomination, best song, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best original song for a motion picture, both (with Hamlisch) 1979, for ⬙The Last Time I Felt Like This,⬙ Same Time, Next Year; Grammy Award nomination, best cast show album (with Goldenberg and Larry Morton), 1979, for Ballroom; all with Marilyn Bergman: Academy Award

Television Appearances; Other: Prince Taj, The Thief of Baghdad, 1978. Gar the Draikian, The Archer: Fugitive from the Empire (pilot; also known as The Archer and the Sorceress and Fugitive from the Empire), NBC, 1981. RECORDINGS Videos: Himself, Inside ⬙Octopussy,⬙ 2000. WRITINGS Author of fiction and magazine articles. OTHER SOURCES Electronic: Kabir Bedi Official Site, http://www.kabir-bedi.com, July 11, 2003.

BERGMAN, Alan 1925– PERSONAL Full name, Alan Jay Bergman; born September 11, 1925, in Brooklyn, NY; son of Samuel (in children’s clothing sales) and Ruth (a homemaker and community volunteer; maiden name, Margulies) Bergman; married Marilyn Keith (a lyricist and producer), February 9, 1958; children: Julie Rachel. Education: Attended Ethical Culture School; University of North Carolina, B.A., 1948; University of California, Los Angeles, M.Mus., 1949. Avocational Interests: Tennis, antique and art collecting. Addresses: Agent—Gorfaine/Schwartz Agency, 13245 Riverside Dr., Suite 450, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423. Career: Lyricist and producer. WCAU–TV, Philadelphia, PA, worked as a director. Member of board of directors of Johnny Mercer Foundation and Artists’ Rights Foundation. Military service: U.S. Army, Infantry, then writer and director of shows for Special Services, 1943–45. 27

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nomination, best song (with David Shire), 1980, for ⬙Ill Never Say ⬘Goodbye’,⬙ The Promise; inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame, 1980; Torch of Liberty Award, American Civil Liberties Union, 1980; Academy Award nomination, best song (with Legrand), 1983, for ⬙How Do You Keep the Music Playing?,⬙ Best Friends; Academy Award nomination, best song (with John Williams), 1983, for ⬙If I Were in Love,⬙ Yes, Giorgio; Academy Award nomination, best song (with Dave Grusin), 1984, for ⬙It Might Be You,⬙ Tootsie; Film Award nomination, best original song (with Grusin), British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1984, for the title song, Tootsie; Grammy Award nomination, best original score in a motion picture or television special (with Grusin), 1984, for Tootsie; Academy Award nomination, best original song (with Legrand), 1984, for ⬙Papa, Can You Hear Me?,⬙ Yentl; Academy Award nomination, best original song, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best original song for a motion picture, both (with Legrand) 1984, for ⬙The Way He Makes Me Feel,⬙ Yentl; Academy Award, best original song score, 1984, Golden Globe Award nomination, best original score for a motion picture, and Grammy Award nomination, best original score in a motion picture or television special, all (with Legrand) 1984, for Yentl; Singers Salute to the Songwriter Award, Clooney Foundation, 1986; Aggie Award, Songwriters Guild, 1987. All with Marilyn Bergman: Academy Award nomination, best original song, Golden Globe Award nomination, best original song in a motion picture, and Grammy Award nomination, all (with Hamlisch) 1990, for ⬙The Girl Who Used to Be Me,⬙ Shirley Valentine; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding individual achievement in main title theme music (with Hamlisch), 1992, for ⬙When Irish Eyes Are Smiling,⬙ Brooklyn Bridge; Annual CableACE Award, best original song, National Cable Television Association, 1994, and Emmy Award, outstanding individual achievement in music and lyrics, 1995, both (with Hamlisch) for ⬙Ordinary Miracles,⬙ Barbra: The Concert; Lifetime Achievement Award, National Academy of Songwriters, 1995; Academy Award nomination, best song, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best original song for a motion picture, both 1996, and Grammy Award nomination, best song written specifically for a motion picture or for television, 1997, all (with Williams) for ⬙Moonlight,⬙ Sabrina; Johnny Mercer Award, Songwriters Hall of Fame, 1997; Emmy Award, outstanding music and lyrics (with Hamlisch), 1999, for ⬙A Ticket to Dream,⬙ AFI’s 100 Years ... 100 Movies; Achievement Award for Film Music, Palm Springs International Film Festival, 2000; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding music and lyrics (with Hamlisch), 2001, for ⬙On the Way to Becoming Me,⬙ A Tribute to Barbra Streisand, 2001; other awards include three Peoples Choice awards and honorary doctorate, Berklee College of Music.

CREDITS Television Work; Series: Producer and director, Kid Gloves, CBS, 1951. Director, The M&M Candy Carnival, CBS, 1952–1953. Television Work; Specials; with Wife, Marilyn Bergman: Executive producer, Barbra Streisand: One Voice, HBO, 1986. Executive producer, The Music Makers: An ASCAP Celebration of American Music at Wolf Trap, PBS, 1987. Television Appearances; Specials: Night of 100 Stars III, NBC, 1990. The Score, Trio, 2002. Stage Appearances: Night of 100 Stars III, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1990. Cabaret performer in New York City, 2000, 2003. WRITINGS Film Lyrics: (With wife, Marilyn Bergman) ⬙Papa, Can You Hear Me?,⬙ ⬙The Way He Makes Me Feel,⬙ ⬙Will Someone Ever Look at Me That Way?,⬙ and other songs (all composed by Michel Legrand), Yentl, Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1983. Film Lyrics; Songs Featured in Films: Ten Thousand Bedrooms, 1957. Film Lyrics; Songs Featured in Films; with Marilyn Bergman: (Wife under name Marilyn Keith) Title song (composed by Lew Spence), The Marriage–Go–Round, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1960. The Right Approach, 1961. Stolen Hours, 1963. Title song (composed by George Duning), Any Wednesday (also known as Bachelor Girl Apartment), Warner Bros., 1966. ⬙Make Me Rainbows⬙ (composed by John Williams), Fitzwilly (also known as Fitzwilly Strikes Back and A Garden of Cucumbers), United Artists, 1967. Songs (composed by Quincy Jones), In the Heat of the Night, United Artists, 1967. ⬙His Eyes, Her Eyes⬙ and ⬙The Windmills of Your Mind⬙ (both composed by Michel Legrand), The Thomas 28

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Crown Affair (also known as The Crown Caper and Thomas Crown and Company), United Artists, 1968. ⬙You Must Believe in Spring⬙ (composed by Legrand), Young Girls of Rochefort, Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1968. ⬙Maybe Tomorrow⬙ (composed by Jones), John and Mary, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1969. ⬙There’s Enough to Go Around⬙ and ⬙Tomorrow Is My Friend⬙ (both composed by Henry Mancini), Gaily, Gaily (also known as Chicago, Chicago), United Artists, 1969. ⬙A Smile, A Mem’ry, and an Extra Shirt⬙ (composed by Dave Grusin), A Man Called Gannon, Universal, 1969. ⬙Sugar in the Rain⬙ (composed by Sid Ramin), Stiletto, Avco Embassy, 1969. ⬙What Are You Doing for the Rest of Your Life?⬙ (composed by Legrand), The Happy Ending, United Artists, 1969. Charro!, National General, 1969. ⬙I Was Born in Love with You⬙ (composed by Legrand), Wuthering Heights, American International Pictures, 1970. ⬙Nobody Knows⬙ and ⬙Sweet Gingerbread Man⬙ (both composed by Legrand), The Magic Garden of Stanley Sweetheart, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1970. Title song (composed by Marvin Hamlisch), Move, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1970. Title song, ⬙Little Boy Lost,⬙ and ⬙The Pied Piper⬙ (all composed by Legrand), Pieces of Dreams, United Artists, 1970. ⬙The Costume Ball⬙ (composed by Elmer Bernstein), Doctors’ Wives, Columbia, 1971. ⬙All His Children⬙ (composed by Mancini), Sometimes a Great Notion (also known as Never Give an Inch), Universal, 1971. ⬙Rain Falls Anywhere It Wants To⬙ (composed by Laurence Rosenthal), The African Elephant (also known as King Elephant), National General, 1971. ⬙The Summer Knows⬙ (composed by Legrand), Summer of ’42, Warner Bros., 1971. ⬙Face in the Crowd⬙ (composed by Legrand), Le Mans, National General, 1971. ⬙Marmalade, Molasses and Honey⬙ (composed by Maurice Jarre), The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean, National General, 1972. ⬙Love’s the Only Game in Town⬙ (composed by Williams), Pete and Tillie, Universal, 1972. (Uncredited) ⬙Take Me Home⬙ (composed by Johnny Mandel), Molly and Lawless John, Producers Distributors Corp., 1972. Title song (composed by Hamlisch), The Way We Were, Columbia, 1973. ⬙Breezy’s Song⬙ (composed by Legrand), Breezy, Universal, 1973. ⬙In Every Corner of the World⬙ (composed by Legrand), 40 Carats, Columbia, 1973. Title song (composed by Mandel), Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams, Columbia, 1973. 29

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⬙Most of All You⬙ (composed by James Newton Howard), Major League, Paramount, 1989. ⬙Alone in the World,⬙ The Russia House, 1990. ⬙Places That Belong to You⬙ (composed by Howard), The Prince of Tides, 1991. ⬙It’s’ All There,⬙ Switch, Warner Bros., 1991. ⬙Dreamland,⬙ For the Boys, 1991. ⬙Moonlight⬙ (composed by Williams), Sabrina, Paramount, 1995. Bogus, Warner Bros., 1996. ⬙Love Is Where You Are,⬙ At First Sight, Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1999.

Television Lyrics; Movies; with Marilyn Bergman: ⬙The Hands of Time⬙ (composed by Michel Legrand), Brian’s Song, ABC, 1971. ⬙Pennies and Dreams,⬙ ⬙Suddenly There’s You,⬙ ⬙Who Gave You Permission?,⬙ and other songs (all composed by Billy Goldenberg), Queen of the Stardust Ballroom (dramatic musical), CBS, 1975. Songs (composed by Leonard Rosenman), Sybil, NBC, 1976. ⬙There Will Always Be Love,⬙ Having Babies III, 1978. ⬙Too Many Springs⬙ (composed by Don Sebesky), Hollow Image, ABC, 1979. ⬙Why Does There Have to Be a Song at the End?,⬙ The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader–Murdering Mom, HBO, 1993.

Also lyricist for other songs in films, including ⬙Love Makes the Changes⬙ (composed by Legrand), Five Days in June; ⬙I Believed It All⬙ and ⬙With Open Arms⬙ (both composed by Al Ham), Harlow, Paramount; ⬙Sure As You’re Born⬙ (composed by Mandel), Harper, Warner Bros.; and ⬙One at a Time⬙ (composed by Legrand), La Piscine, Imperial.

Television Lyrics; Pilots; with Marilyn Bergman: ⬙There’s a New Girl in Town⬙ (theme song; composed by David Shire), Alice, CBS, 1976. ⬙Dear Mom and Dad⬙ (theme song; composed by Henry Mancini), Co–Ed Fever, CBS, 1979. Theme song, P.O.P., NBC, 1984.

Television Music; Series: Theme song (lyrics by Marilyn Bergman), All That Glitters, syndicated, 1977.

Television Lyrics; Specials; with Marilyn Bergman: ⬙America, the Dream Goes On,⬙ I Love Liberty, ABC, 1982. A Film Is Born: The Making of Yentl (also known as Barbra Streisand: A Film Is Born), 1983.

Television Lyrics; Series; with Marilyn Bergman: Theme song, The Gale Storm Show (also known as Oh! Susanna), 1956. Theme song, The Nat King Cole Show, 1956. ⬙Worlds⬙ (theme song; composed by David Rose), Bracken’s World, NBC, 1969. ⬙The Kind of Girl She Is⬙ (theme song; composed by Dave Grusin), The Sandy Duncan Show, CBS, 1972. ⬙And Then There’s Maude⬙ (theme song; composed by Grusin), Maude, CBS, 1972. Theme song (composed by Grusin), Good Times, CBS, 1974. ⬙Nancy’s Blues⬙ (theme song; composed by Marvin Hamlisch), The Nancy Walker Show, ABC, 1976. ⬙All Good Things Come in Pairs⬙ (theme song; composed by Billy Goldenberg), The Dumplings, NBC, 1976. ⬙There’s a New Girl in Town⬙ (theme song; composed by David Shire), Alice, CBS, 1976. Theme song, Julie Farr, M.D., ABC, 1978. Theme song, In the Heat of the Night, NBC, 1988. ⬙Just over the Brooklyn Bridge⬙ and ⬙When Irish Eyes Are Smiling⬙ (composed by Hamlisch), Brooklyn Bridge, CBS, 1991. ⬙You’ll Love the Ride⬙ (theme song), Sunday Dinner, 1991. Theme song, The Powers That Be, NBC, 1992. ⬙You Know Me Too Well⬙ (theme song), The George & Alana Show, syndicated, 1995.

Television Writing; Other: Lyricist for theme song, The World Goes On; writer of special materials for variety series, including Shower of Stars. Stage Lyrics; with Marilyn Bergman: Ice Capades of 1957, 1957. Songs (composed by Sammy Fain), Something More! (musical), Eugene O’Neill Theatre, New York City, 1964. Songs (composed by Billy Goldenberg), Ballroom (musical; adapted from the television movie Queen of the Stardust Ballroom), Majestic Theatre, New York City, 1978. Songs (composed by Leonard Rosenman), The Lady and the Clarinet, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 1980. (Contributor) Andre DeShield’s Haarlem Nocturne (musical revue), Theatre at the Latin Quarter, New York City, 1984. (Contributor) Street Corner Symphony (musical revue), Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1997–1998. (Contributor) Sleep Deprived, Theatre at Davenport’s, Chicago, IL, 2003. 30

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BERGMAN Me,⬙ AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Barbra Streisand (also known as A Tribute to Barbra Streisand and The 29th American Film Institute Life Achievement Award: A Salute to Barbra Streisand), CBS, 2001; and in broadcasts of several Academy Awards presentations.

Also lyricist for That’s Life, Los Angeles.

OTHER SOURCES

Song Lyrics; Other; with Marilyn Bergman: Lyricist for albums and numerous songs recorded by various artists, including the albums Aesop’s Fables and Never Be Afraid; ⬙You Don’t Bring Me Flowers⬙ (composed by Neil Diamond), for Barbra Streisand and Diamond, c. late 1970s; The Ballad of the Blues (album), for Jo Stafford; Never Be Afraid (album) and ⬙I Love to Dance Like They Used to Dance,⬙ both for Bing Crosby; ⬙After the Rain,⬙ ⬙Ask Yourself Why,⬙ ⬙A Child Is Born,⬙ ⬙If I Close My Eyes,⬙ ⬙One Day,⬙ ⬙On Rainy Afternoons,⬙ ⬙Two People,⬙ and ⬙Why Let It Go?,⬙ all for Streisand; ⬙On My Way to You,⬙ for Maureen McGovern and Streisand; ⬙Nice ’n’ Easy⬙ (wife under name Marilyn Keith), ⬙L.A. Is My Lady,⬙ ⬙Love Looks So Well on You,⬙ ⬙Sentimental Baby,⬙ and ⬙Sleep Warm,⬙ all for Frank Sinatra; ⬙Someone in the Dark,⬙ for Michael Jackson; ⬙The Island,⬙ for Patti Austin and Sarah Vaughn; ⬙Yellow Bird,⬙ for Norman Luboff; ⬙The Trouble with Hello Is Goodbye,⬙ for Carmen Macrae; ⬙Cinnamon and Clove⬙ and ⬙Like a Lover,⬙ both for Sergio Mendes and Macrae; ⬙Look Around,⬙ for Mendes; ⬙What Matters Most,⬙ for Kenny Rankin; ⬙The World Goes On,⬙ for Quincy Jones; ⬙Live It Up,⬙ for Johnny Mathis; ⬙Raggedy Anne and Raggedy Andy,⬙ for Liza Minelli; and ⬙Where Do You Start?⬙ and ⬙I Can Hardly Wait,⬙ both for Michael Feinstein; other songs include ⬙Baby, the Ball Is Over,⬙ ⬙Cheatin’ Billy,⬙ ⬙Don’t Know Where I’m Goin’,⬙ ⬙I’ve Never Left Your Arms,⬙ ⬙Ol’ MacDonald,⬙ ⬙Sleep Warm,⬙ ⬙That Face,⬙ and ⬙That’s Him over There.⬙

Books: Contemporary Musicians, Volume 30, Gale, 2001.

BERGMAN, Marilyn 1929– (Marilyn Keith) PERSONAL Full name, Marilyn Keith Bergman; born November 10, 1929, in Brooklyn, NY; daughter of Albert A. and Edith (maiden name, Arkin) Katz; married Alan Bergman (a lyricist and producer), February 9, 1958; children: Julie Rachel. Education: Attended High School of Music and Art, New York City; New York University, B.A. Avocational Interests: Tennis, antique and art collecting. Addresses: Office—American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, 7920 Sunset Blvd., Suite 300, Los Angeles, CA 90046. Agent—Gorfaine/Schwartz Agency, 13245 Riverside Dr., Suite 450, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423. Career: Lyricist and producer. Hollywood Women’s Political Committee, founding member; Streisand Foundation, member of board of directors.

ADAPTATIONS

Member: International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers (president, 1994–98), International Federation of Performing Rights Societies (president, 1994–98), Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (member of executive committee of music branch), National Academy of Songwriters (member of board of directors), American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (president; chair of board of directors, 1994—), Women’s Trusteeship, National Women’s Forum.

Bergman’s original film and television lyrics have been featured in subsequent films, including The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear, Paramount, 1991; the remake of The Thomas Crown Affair, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/ United Artists, 1999; Dancing in September, 2001; and The In–Laws, Warner Bros., 2003. His film lyrics have also been featured in numerous television specials, including Funny Girl to Funny Lady, 1975; Barbra: With One More Look at You (also known as The Making of ⬙A Star Is Born⬙), 1976; Evening at Pops, PBS, 1988; Tony Bennett, PBS, 1988; Abbey Lincoln, You Gotta Pay the Band, PBS, 1993; ⬙Ordinary Miracles,⬙ Barbra: The Concert (also known as Barbra Streisand: The Concert), HBO, 1994; ⬙A Ticket to Dream,⬙ AFI’s 100 Years ... 100 Movies, CBS, 1998; The AFI’s 100 Years ... 100 Stars, CBS, 1999; ⬙On the Way to Becoming

Awards, Honors: All with husband, Alan Bergman: (under name Marilyn Keith) Grammy Award nomination, best song of the year (with Lew Spence), National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 1960, for ⬙Nice ’n’ Easy⬙; Academy Award, best song, and Golden Globe Award, best original song, both (with Michel Legrand) 1969, for ⬙The Windmills of Your 31

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Mind,⬙ The Thomas Crown Affair; Academy Award nomination, best song, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best original song, both (with Legrand) 1970, for ⬙What Are You Doing for the Rest of Your Life?,⬙ The Happy Ending; Academy Award nomination, best song, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best original song, both (with Legrand) 1971, for the title song, Pieces of Dreams; Academy Award nomination, best song (with Henry Mancini), 1972, for ⬙All His Children,⬙ Sometimes a Great Notion; Grammy Award nomination, best song of the year (with Legrand), 1972, for ⬙The Summer Knows⬙; Academy Award nomination, best song, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best original song, both (with Maurice Jarre) 1973, for ⬙Marmalade, Molasses and Honey,⬙ The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean; Golden Globe Award nomination, best original song (with Johnny Mandel), 1973, for ⬙Take Me Home,⬙ Molly and Lawless John; Academy Award, best song, 1974, Golden Globe Award, best original song, 1974, Grammy Award, best song of the year, 1975, and Film and Television Music Award, most performed feature film standards on television, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, 1987, all (with Marvin Hamlisch) for ⬙The Way We Were⬙; Grammy Award, best original score in a motion picture (with Hamlisch), 1974, for The Way We Were; Emmy Award nominations, best dramatic underscore and best special musical material (with Billy Goldenberg), 1975, for Queen of the Stardust Ballroom; grant from American Film Institute, 1976; Emmy Award, best dramatic underscore (with Leonard Rosenman), 1977, for Sybil; Grammy Award nomination, best original score in a motion picture, 1977, and nomination for Anthony Asquith Award for Film Music, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1978, both (with others) for A Star Is Born; Grammy Award nomination, best song of the year (with Neil Diamond), 1978, for ⬙You Don’t Bring Me Flowers⬙; Academy Award nomination, best song, 1979, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best original song for a motion picture, 1979, both (with Hamlisch) for ⬙The Last Time I Felt Like This,⬙ Same Time, Next Year; Grammy Award nomination, best cast show album (with Goldenberg and Larry Morton), 1979, for Ballroom; all with Alan Bergman: Academy Award nomination, best song (with David Shire), 1980, for ⬙I’ll Never Say ⬘Goodbye’,⬙ The Promise; inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame, 1980; Torch of Liberty Award, American Civil Liberties Union, 1980; Academy Award nomination, best song (with Legrand), 1983, for ⬙How Do You Keep the Music Playing?,⬙ Best Friends; Academy Award nomination, best song (with John Williams), 1983, for ⬙If I Were in Love,⬙ Yes, Giorgio; Academy Award nomination, best song (with Dave Grusin), 1983, for ⬙It Might Be You,⬙ Tootsie; Film Award nomination, best original song (with Grusin), British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1984, for the title song, Tootsie; Grammy Award nomination, best original score in a motion picture or television special (with Grusin), 1984, for Tootsie; Academy Award nomination, best original song (with

CREDITS Television Work; Specials; with Husband, Alan Bergman: Executive producer, Barbra Streisand: One Voice, 1986. Executive producer, The Music Makers: An ASCAP Celebration of American Music at Wolf Trap, PBS, 1987. Television Appearances; Specials: Night of 100 Stars III, NBC, 1990. The Score, Trio, 2002. 32

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BERGMAN Title song, ⬙Little Boy Lost,⬙ and ⬙The Pied Piper⬙ (all composed by Legrand), Pieces of Dreams, United Artists, 1970. ⬙The Costume Ball⬙ (composed by Elmer Bernstein), Doctors’ Wives, Columbia, 1971. ⬙All His Children⬙ (composed by Mancini), Sometimes a Great Notion (also known as Never Give an Inch), Universal, 1971. ⬙Rain Falls Anywhere It Wants To⬙ (composed by Laurence Rosenthal), The African Elephant (also known as King Elephant), National General, 1971. ⬙The Summer Knows⬙ (composed by Legrand), Summer of ’42, Warner Bros., 1971. ⬙Face in the Crowd⬙ (composed by Legrand), Le Mans, National General, 1971. ⬙Marmalade, Molasses and Honey⬙ (composed by Maurice Jarre), The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean, National General, 1972. ⬙Love’s the Only Game in Town⬙ (composed by J. Williams), Pete and Tillie, Universal, 1972. ⬙Take Me Home⬙ (composed by Johnny Mandel), Molly and Lawless John, Producers Distributors Corp., 1972. Title song (composed by Hamlisch), The Way We Were, Columbia, 1973. ⬙Breezy’s Song⬙ (composed by Legrand), Breezy, Universal, 1973. ⬙In Every Corner of the World⬙ (composed by Legrand), 40 Carats, Columbia, 1973. Title song (composed by Johnny Mandel), Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams, Columbia, 1973. ⬙Easy Baby⬙ (composed by Mancini), 99 and 44/100% Dead (also known as Call Harry Crown), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1974. ⬙There’ll Be Time⬙ (composed by Legrand), Ode to Billy Joe, Warner Bros., 1975. ⬙Evening Sun, Morning Moon⬙ (composed by Grusin), The Yakuza (also known as Brotherhood of the Yakuza), Warner Bros./Toei, 1975. ⬙I Believe in Love⬙ (composed by Kenny Loggins), A Star Is Born, Warner Bros./First Artists, 1976. ⬙I’m Harry, I’m Walter⬙ (composed by David Shire), Harry and Walter Go to New York, Columbia, 1976. ⬙Hello and Goodbye⬙ (composed by Bernstein), From Noon ⬘till Three, United Artists, 1976. Title song (composed by Grusin), Bobby Deerfield, Columbia, 1977. ⬙The Last Time I Felt Like This⬙ (composed by Hamlisch), Same Time Next Year, Universal, 1978. Title song, The One and Only, Paramount, 1978. ⬙There’s Something Funny Goin’ On⬙ (composed by Grusin), ... And Justice for All, Columbia, 1979. Title song and ⬙I’ll Never Say ⬘Goodbye’⬙ (composed by David Shire), The Promise (also known as Face of a Stranger), Universal, 1979. ⬙Where Do You Catch the Bus for Tomorrow?,⬙ A Change of Seasons, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1980.

Stage Appearances: Night of 100 Stars III, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1990. WRITINGS Film Lyrics: (With husband, Alan Bergman) ⬙Papa, Can You Hear Me?,⬙ ⬙The Way He Makes Me Feel,⬙ ⬙Will Someone Ever Look at Me That Way?,⬙ and other songs (all composed by Michel Legrand), Yentl, Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1983. Film Lyrics; Songs Featured in Films; with Alan Bergman: (As Marilyn Keith) Title song (composed by Lew Spence), The Marriage–Go–Round, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1960. Title song (composed by George Duning), Any Wednesday (also known as Bachelor Girl Apartment), Warner Bros., 1966. ⬙Make Me Rainbows⬙ (composed by John Williams), Fitzwilly (also known as Fitzwilly Strikes Back and A Garden of Cucumbers), United Artists, 1967. Songs (composed by Quincy Jones), In the Heat of the Night, United Artists, 1967. ⬙His Eyes, Her Eyes⬙ and ⬙The Windmills of Your Mind⬙ (both composed by Michel Legrand), The Thomas Crown Affair (also known as The Crown Caper and Thomas Crown and Company), United Artists, 1968. ⬙You Must Believe in Spring⬙ (composed by Legrand), Young Girls of Rochefort, Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1968. ⬙Maybe Tomorrow⬙ (composed by Jones), John and Mary, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1969. ⬙Tomorrow Is My Friend⬙ and ⬙There’s Enough to Go Around⬙ (both composed by Henry Mancini), Gaily, Gaily (also known as Chicago, Chicago), United Artists, 1969. ⬙A Smile, A Mem’ry and an Extra Shirt⬙ (composed by Dave Grusin), A Man Called Gannon, Universal, 1969. ⬙Sugar in the Rain⬙ (composed by Sid Ramin), Stiletto, Avco Embassy, 1969. ⬙What Are You Doing for the Rest of Your Life?⬙ (composed by Legrand), The Happy Ending, United Artists, 1969. Songs, Charro!, National General, 1969. ⬙I Was Born in Love with You⬙ (composed by Legrand), Wuthering Heights, American International Pictures, 1970. ⬙Nobody Knows⬙ and ⬙Sweet Gingerbread Man⬙ (both composed by Legrand), The Magic Garden of Stanley Sweetheart, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1970. Title song (composed by Marvin Hamlisch), Move, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1970. 33

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⬙Ask Me No Questions (I’ll Tell You No Lies)⬙ (composed by Mancini), Back Roads, Warner Bros., 1981. ⬙Sara⬙ (composed by Legrand), Les uns et les autres (also known as Bolero and Within Memory), 1981. ⬙How Do You Keep the Music Playing?⬙ and ⬙Think about Love⬙ (both composed by Legrand), Best Friends, Warner Bros., 1982. ⬙Comin’ Home to You (Is Like Comin’ Home to Milk and Cookies)⬙ (composed by Grusin), Author! Author!, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1982. Title song and ⬙It Might Be You⬙ (both composed by Grusin), Tootsie, Columbia, 1982. ⬙If I Were in Love⬙ (composed by Williams), Yes, Giorgio, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1982. Title song (composed by Legrand), Never Say Never Again (also known as James Bond 007—Sag niemals nie), Warner Bros., 1983. ⬙Little Boys⬙ (composed by Mancini), The Man Who Loved Women, Columbia, 1983. ⬙Something New in My Life⬙ (composed by Legrand), Micki and Maude, Columbia, 1984. ⬙The Music of Goodbye⬙ (theme song), Out of Africa, Universal, 1985. ⬙Two People⬙ (composed by Streisand), Nuts, 1987. ⬙I Know the Feeling⬙ (composed by Hamlisch), January Man, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1989. ⬙The Girl Who Used to Be Me⬙ (composed by Hamlisch), Shirley Valentine, Paramount, 1989. Title song (composed by Mancini), Welcome Home, Columbia, 1989. ⬙Most of All You⬙ (composed by James Newton Howard), Major League, Paramount, 1989. ⬙Alone in the World,⬙ The Russia House, 1990. ⬙Places That Belong to You⬙ (composed by Howard), The Prince of Tides, 1991. ⬙It’s All There,⬙ Switch, Warner Bros., 1991. ⬙Dreamland,⬙ For the Boys, 1991. ⬙Moonlight⬙ (composed by Williams), Sabrina, Paramount, 1995. Bogus, Warner Bros., 1996. ⬙Live Is Where You Are,⬙ At First Sight, Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1999.

⬙The Kind of Girl She Is⬙ (theme song; composed by Dave Grusin), The Sandy Duncan Show, CBS, 1972. ⬙And Then There’s Maude⬙ (theme song; composed by Grusin), Maude, CBS, 1972–1978. Theme song (composed by Grusin), Good Times, CBS, 1974–1979. ⬙Nancy’s Blues⬙ (theme song; composed by Marvin Hamlisch), The Nancy Walker Show, ABC, 1976. ⬙All Good Things Come in Pairs⬙ (theme song; composed by Billy Goldenberg), The Dumplings, NBC, 1976. ⬙There’s a New Girl in Town⬙ (theme song; composed by David Shire), Alice, CBS, 1976. Theme song (composed by Alan Bergman), All That Glitters, syndicated, 1977. Theme song, Julie Farr, M.D., ABC, 1978. Theme song, In the Heat of the Night, NBC, 1988. ⬙Just over the Brooklyn Bridge⬙ (theme song) and ⬙When Irish Eyes Are Smiling⬙ (composed by Hamlisch), Brooklyn Bridge, CBS, 1991. ⬙You’ll Love the Ride⬙ (theme song), Sunday Dinner, 1991. Theme song, The Powers That Be, NBC, 1992. ⬙You Know Me Too Well⬙ (theme song), The George & Alana Show, syndicated, 1995. Television Lyrics; Movies; with Alan Bergman: ⬙The Hands of Time⬙ (composed by Michel Legrand), Brian’s Song, ABC, 1971. ⬙Pennies and Dreams,⬙ ⬙Suddenly There’s You,⬙ ⬙Who Gave You Permission?,⬙ and other songs (all composed by Billy Goldenberg), Queen of the Stardust Ballroom (dramatic musical), CBS, 1975. Songs (composed by Leonard Rosenman), Sybil, NBC, 1976. ⬙There Will Always Be Love,⬙ Having Babies III, 1978. ⬙Too Many Springs⬙ (composed by Don Sebesky), Hollow Image, ABC, 1979. ⬙Why Does There Have to Be a Song at the End?,⬙ The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader–Murdering Mom, HBO, 1993.

Also lyricist for other songs in films, including ⬙Love Makes the Changes⬙ (composed by Legrand), Five Days in June; ⬙I Believed It All⬙ and ⬙With Open Arms⬙ (both composed by Al Ham), Harlow, Paramount; ⬙Sure As You’re Born⬙ (composed by Mandel), Harper, Warner Bros.; and ⬙One at a Time⬙ (composed by Legrand), La Piscine, Imperial.

Television Lyrics; Pilots; with Alan Bergman: ⬙There’s a New Girl in Town⬙ (theme song; composed by David Shire), Alice, CBS, 1976. ⬙Dear Mom and Dad⬙ (theme song; composed by Henry Mancini), Co–Ed Fever, CBS, 1979. Theme song, P.O.P., NBC, 1984.

Television Lyrics; Series; with Alan Bergman: Theme song, The Gale Storm Show (also known as Oh! Susanna), 1956. Theme song, The Nat King Cole Show, 1956. ⬙Worlds⬙ (theme song; composed by David Rose), Bracken’s World, NBC, 1969.

Television Lyrics; Specials; with Alan Bergman: ⬙America, the Dream Goes On,⬙ I Love Liberty, ABC, 1982. A Film Is Born: The Making of Yentl (also known as Barbra Streisand: A Film Is Born), 1983. 34

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Stage Lyrics; with Alan Bergman: Ice Capades of 1957, 1957. Songs (composed by Sammy Fain), Something More! (musical), Eugene O’Neill Theatre, New York City, 1964. Songs (composed by Billy Goldenberg), Ballroom (musical; adapted from television movie Queen of the Stardust Ballroom), Majestic Theatre, New York City, 1978. Songs (composed by Leonard Rosenman), The Lady and the Clarinet, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 1980. (Contributor) Andre DeShield’s Haarlem Nocturne (musical revue), Theatre at the Latin Quarter, New York City, 1984. (Contributor) Street Corner Symphony (musical revue), Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1997–1998. (Contributor) Sleep Deprived, Theatre at Davenport’s, Chicago, IL, 2003. (Contributor) Lyrics & Lyricists: The Women of Rhyme and Song, Theatre at the 92nd Street Y, New York City, 2003. So Many Stars: The Lyrics of Alan and Marilyn Bergman, 2003.

Bergman’s original film and television lyrics have been featured in subsequent films, including The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear, Paramount, 1991; the remake of The Thomas Crown Affair, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/ United Artists, 1999; Dancing in September, 2001; and The In–Laws, Warner Bros., 2003. Her film lyrics have also been featured in numerous television specials, including Funny Girl to Funny Lady, 1975; Barbra: With One More Look at You (also known as The Making of ⬙A Star Is Born⬙), 1976; Evening at Pops, PBS, 1988; Tony Bennett, PBS, 1988; Abbey Lincoln, You Gotta Pay the Band, PBS, 1993; ⬙Ordinary Miracles,⬙ Barbra: The Concert (also known as Barbra Streisand: The Concert), HBO, 1994; ⬙A Ticket to Dream,⬙ AFI’s 100 Years ... 100 Movies, CBS, 1998; The AFI’s 100 Years ... 100 Stars, CBS, 1999; ⬙On the Way to Becoming Me,⬙ AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Barbra Streisand (also known as A Tribute to Barbra Streisand and The 29th American Film Institute Life Achievement Award: A Salute to Barbra Streisand), CBS, 2001; and in broadcasts of several Academy Awards presentations.

Also lyricist for That’s Life, Los Angeles.

Books: Contemporary Musicians, Volume 30, Gale, 2001.

ADAPTATIONS

OTHER SOURCES

Song Lyrics; Other; with Alan Bergman: Lyricist for albums and numerous songs recorded by various artists, including the albums Aesop’s Fables and Never Be Afraid; ⬙You Don’t Bring Me Flowers⬙ (composed by Neil Diamond), for Barbra Streisand and Diamond, c. late 1970s; The Ballad of the Blues (album), for Jo Stafford; Never Be Afraid (album) and ⬙I Love to Dance Like They Used to Dance,⬙ both for Bing Crosby; ⬙After the Rain,⬙ ⬙Ask Yourself Why,⬙ ⬙A Child Is Born,⬙ ⬙If I Close My Eyes,⬙ ⬙One Day,⬙ ⬙On Rainy Afternoons,⬙ ⬙Two People,⬙ and ⬙Why Let It Go?,⬙ all for Streisand; ⬙On My Way to You,⬙ for Maureen McGovern and Streisand; (as Marilyn Keith) ⬙Nice ’n’ Easy,⬙ ⬙L.A. Is My Lady,⬙ ⬙Love Looks So Well on You,⬙ ⬙Sentimental Baby,⬙ and ⬙Sleep Warm,⬙ all for Frank Sinatra; ⬙Someone in the Dark,⬙ for Michael Jackson; ⬙The Island,⬙ for Patti Austin and Sarah Vaughn; ⬙Yellow Bird⬙ for Norman Luboff; ⬙The Trouble with Hello Is Goodbye,⬙ for Carmen Macrae; ⬙Cinnamon and Clove⬙ and ⬙Like a Lover,⬙ both for Sergio Mendes and Macrae; ⬙Look Around,⬙ for Mendes; ⬙What Matters Most,⬙ for Kenny Rankin; ⬙The World Goes On,⬙ for Quincy Jones; ⬙Live It Up,⬙ for Johnny Mathis; ⬙Raggedy Anne and Raggedy Andy,⬙ for Liza Minelli; and ⬙Where Do You Start?⬙ and ⬙I Can Hardly Wait,⬙ both for Michael Feinstein; other songs include ⬙Baby, the Ball Is Over,⬙ ⬙Cheatin’ Billy,⬙ ⬙Don’t Know Where I’m Goin’,⬙ ⬙I’ve Never Left Your Arms,⬙ ⬙Ol’ MacDonald,⬙ ⬙Sleep Warm,⬙ ⬙That Face,⬙ and ⬙That’s Him over There.⬙

Periodicals: Billboard, March 5, 1994, p. 10; February 13, 1999, p. A6.

BIEHN, Michael 1956– PERSONAL Full name, Michael Connell Biehn; born July 31, 1956, in Anniston, AL; father, a lawyer; married Carlene Olson, July 12, 1980 (divorced); married Gina Marsh (a model), 1988 (separated); children: (first marriage) Devon and Taylor (twins); (second marriage) Caelan Michael. Education: Studied drama at the University of Arizona for two years; studied acting with Vincent Chase. Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Manager—Nine Yards Entertainment, 8840 Wilshire Blvd., 1st Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Contact—11220 Valley Spring Lane, North Hollywood, CA 91602. Career: Actor. Previously worked as a credit manager and show room manager. 35

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Henry Gates, Clockstoppers, Paramount, 2002. Macy Kobecek, Borderline, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2002.

Film Appearances: Jack Ripley, Coach, Crown International, 1978. (Uncredited) Jock and basketball player, Grease, 1978. Tim Warner, Hog Wild (also known as Les fous de la moto), Avco Embassy, 1980. Douglas Breen, The Fan, Paramount, 1981. Alexander, The Lords of Discipline, Paramount, 1983. Kyle Reese, The Terminator, Orion, 1984. Corporal Hicks, Aliens, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1986. Russell Quinn, The Seventh Sign, TriStar, 1988. Anthony Fraser, Rampage, Vestron Video, 1988. Garnet Montrose, In a Shallow Grave, Skouras, 1988. Lieutenant Hiram Coffey, The Abyss, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1989. Lieutenant James Curran, Navy SEALS, Orion, 1990. Eddie Kay, Time Bomb, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/Pathe, 1991. (Scenes deleted) Kyle Reese, Terminator 2: Judgment Day (also known as T2, T2–Terminator 2–Judgment Day, T2: Extreme Edition, T2: Ultimate Edition, Terminator 2–Le jour du jugement dernier, and Terminator 2: Le jugement dernier), 1991. Taylor Brooks, K2 (also known as K2: The Ultimate High), Paramount, 1992. Johnny Ringo, Tombstone, Buena Vista, 1993. Joe Donan, Deadfall, Trimark Pictures, 1993. Himself, T2: More than Meets the Eye, 1993. Jackie Ryan, In the Kingdom of the Blind, the Man with One Eye Is King (also known as In the Kingdom of the Blind), 1994. Lieutenant Bob Hargrove, Jade, Paramount, 1995. Casey Woods, Crash (also known as Breach of Trust, Breach of Contract, and Dirty Money), 1995. Blake, Blood of the Hunter (also known as The Fiddler), 1995. Boyd, Mojave Moon, New Moon Productions, 1996. Commander Charles Anderson, The Rock, Buena Vista, 1996. Robert Hart, Dead Men Can’t Dance, Imperial Entertainment, 1997. Himself, Directors: James Cameron (also known as AFI the Directors: James Cameron), 1997. Detective Tony Luca, Double Edge (also known as American Dragons), Orion Home Video, 1998. Smokey Banks, The Ride, World Wide Pictures, 1998. John Holmes, Wonderland, 1999. Sheriff Brent Marken, Cherry Falls, October Films, 1999. Himself, The Directors: William Friedkin (also known as AFI’s the Directors: William Friedkin), 2000. Robert Bly, The Art of War (also known as L’art de la guerre), Warner Bros., 2000. David Alexander, Megiddo: The Omega Code 2 (also known as Megiddo), 8X Entertainment, 2001. Himself, Other Voices: Creating ⬙The Terminator,⬙ MGM Home Entertainment, 2001.

Also appeared in The Boarder and Dead–Bang. Television Appearances; Series: Mark Johnson, Operation: Runaway (also known as The Runaways), NBC, 1978–1979. Chris Larrabee, The Magnificent Seven, CBS, 1998. Judson Cross, Adventure Inc., syndicated, 2002. Television Appearances; Movies: J. D., Zuma Beach, NBC, 1978. Tom Reardon, A Fire in the Sky, NBC, 1978. Daniel Allen, China Rose, CBS, 1983. Sebastian, Le martyre de Saint Sebastien (also known as The Martyrdom of St. Sebastian), 1984. Eselein, Die Nacht aus Blei (also known as The Night of Lead), 1985. Bo Landry, A Taste for Killing (also known as In the Company of a Killer), USA Network, 1992. Joe Keyes, Deep Red, Sci–Fi Channel, 1994. Stash Horak, Conundrum (also known as Frame by Frame), Showtime, 1996. Bill, Susan’s Plan (also known as Dying to Get Rich), Cinemax, 1998. Roy McLean, Silver Wolf, Fox Family, 1999. Craig Thornton, Chain of Command, HBO, 2000. Mike Cassidy, The Legend of Butch & Sundance, NBC, 2003. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Charles Raynor, Deadly Intentions, ABC, 1985. FEMA director Jack Wallach, Asteroid, NBC, 1997. Television Appearances; Pilots: Tony, James at 15, NBC, 1977. Sandman, ⬙Logan’s Run,⬙ Logan’s Run, CBS, 1977. Larry DeWitt, The Paradise Connection, CBS, 1979. Gibby Anderson, Steeltown, CBS, 1979. Television Appearances; Specials: Seth, ⬙The Terrible Secret,⬙ ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1979. Himself, The Making of ⬙Terminator,⬙ 1984. Himself, The Making of ⬙Alien 3,⬙ 1992. Himself, Arnold Schwarzenegger: Hollywood Hero, The Learning Channel, 1999. Himself/Corporal Dwayne Hicks, Alien Evolution, Channel 4, 2001. (Uncredited) Himself, The Alien Saga, 2002. Himself/Kyle Reese/Corporal Dwayne Hicks, When Muscles Ruled the World, 2002. 36

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BILDERBACK Forever Lulu (also known as Along for the Ride), Artisan Entertainment, 2000. Whitney Dow, Bring It On, MCA/Universal, 2000. Tiffany, A Fate Totally Worse Than Death, Bubble Factory, 2000. Herself, Four Fingers of the Dragon, Dragon Films, 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Basketball player, ⬙The Athlete,⬙ Family, ABC, 1979. Officer Randall Buttman, ⬙Bangladesh Slowly,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1984. Officer Randall Buttman, ⬙Fowl Play,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1984. Rookie Patrolman Randall Buttman, ⬙Rookie Nookie,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1984. Lieutenant Matt McCrae, ⬙Strapped,⬙ HBO Showcase, HBO, 1993. Himself, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, 1997. Himself, Praise the Lord, TBN, 2001.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Safety School, NBC, 1999. Silicon Follies, ABC, 2001. Jenna Livingston, Eddie’s Father, The WB, 2003.

Also appeared in Police Story, NBC.

Television Appearances; Movies: Laura, Teenage Confidential, ABC, 1996. Paige, Friends ’til the End, NBC, 1997.

RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of Commander Michael McNeil, Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun (also known as Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun Firestorm), Electronic Arts, 1998. Voice of Tech–com soldier, The Terminator: Dawn of Fate, Sony Computer Entertainment America, 2002.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Janet, ⬙Bourgie Sings the Blues,⬙ The Fresh Prince of Bel–Air, NBC, 1995. Janet, ⬙The Script Formerly Known As...,⬙ The Fresh Prince of Bel–Air, NBC, 1995. Janet, ⬙Not with My Cousin You Don’t,⬙ The Fresh Prince of Bel–Air, NBC, 1995. Susie Chen, ⬙Family Values,⬙ Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1996. Cheryl, ⬙We Don’t Need Another Hero,⬙ The Parent ’Hood, The WB, 1996. Girl, ⬙To Party or Not to Party,⬙ Clueless, ABC, 1996. Sasha, ⬙Dream Date,⬙ Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, ABC, 1996. Nicole, ⬙The Party’s Over,⬙ Clueless, UPN, 1997. Jaclyn, ⬙The Big Date,⬙ Step by Step, ABC, 1997. Lauren, ⬙Girls Just Want to Have Fun,⬙ 7th Heaven, The WB, 1997. Nicole, ⬙Homecoming Queen,⬙ Clueless, UPN, 1997. Assistant, ⬙Caroline and the Cabbie,⬙ Caroline in the City, NBC, 1998. Claire, ⬙A Bloody Mess,⬙ ER, NBC, 1998. First Cordette, ⬙The Wish,⬙ Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The WB, 1998. Chi Mei Chin, ⬙My Dinner with Andy,⬙ Zoe, Duncan, Jack, & Jane, The WB, 2000. Gretchen, ⬙The Norm Law,⬙ The Norm Show, ABC, 2000. Brin, ⬙Cold Comfort,⬙ Dark Angel, Fox, 2000. Brin, ⬙Hit a Sista Back,⬙ Dark Angel, Fox, 2001. Brin, ⬙Meow,⬙ Dark Angel, Fox, 2001. Brin, ⬙... And Jesus Brought a Casserole,⬙ Dark Angel, Fox, 2001. Heather Tracy, ⬙The Bostonians,⬙ Dawson’s Creek, The WB, 2001. Heather Tracy, ⬙The Imposters,⬙ Dawson’s Creek, The WB, 2002. Heather Tracy, ⬙Day Out of Days,⬙ Dawson’s Creek, The WB, 2003.

BILDERBACK, Nicole 1975– PERSONAL Born June 10, 1975, in Korea; adopted daughter of Jim and Lois Bilderback. Education: Trained at Dallas Young Actors Studio. Addresses: Agent—Karen Goldberg, Metropolitan Talent Agency, 4526 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010. Manager—Lloyd Entertainment Co. (some sources cite Lloyd & Kass Entertainment), 10202 West Washington Blvd., Astaire 2410, Culver City, CA 90232. Career: Actress. CREDITS Film Appearances: Summer, Clueless (also known as I Was a Teenage Teenager and No Worries), Paramount, 1995. Ready–to–have–sex girl, Can’t Hardly Wait, Columbia, 1998. Leesu, Paper Bullets (also known as American Samurai), MTI Home Video, 1999. 37

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Heather Tracy, ⬙Sex and Violence,⬙ Dawson’s Creek, The WB, 2003. Heather Tracy, ⬙Rock Bottom,⬙ Dawson’s Creek, The WB, 2003.

Film Appearances: Lindsay Rubin, The Bone Collector, Universal, 1999. Patricia Carver, Uninvited (also known as L’escluso), Vine International Pictures, 2000. Upheaval, 2001. Nancy, Far from Heaven (also known as Loin du paradis), Focus Features, 2002.

BIRKELUND, Olivia 1963– Stage Appearances: Desdemona, Othello, Theatre for a New Audience, Classic Stage Company Theatre, New York City, 1990. Arsinoe, The Misanthrope, Classic Stage Company Theatre, 1995. Lady Chiltern, An Ideal Husband, Center Stage, Baltimore, MD, 1999. Cyn, Servicemen, St. Clement’s Theatre, New York City, 2001. Marie, Eighteen, HERE Arts Theatre, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, New York City, 2002. Kathy, Buicks, McGinn–Cazale Theatre, New York City, 2003.

PERSONAL Born April 26, 1963, in New York, NY. Education: Brown University, graduated, 1985; trained for the stage at Circle in the Square Theatre School, New York City. Career: Actress. Appeared in commercials, including work for New York Times and Total breakfast cereal, 2000, and for Sears department stores and Benadryl products, 2002.

Appeared in Hotel Universe, New York City; as Helena, A Midsummer Night’s Dream; and as an understudy for Substance of Fire, Vivian Beaumont Theatre. Also performed at Bay Street Theatre; Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN; Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT; McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ; and Stratford Festival, Stratford, Ontario.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Sondra Hill, One Life to Live (also known as One Life to Live: The Summer of Seduction), ABC, 1991. Arlene Dillon Vaughan Chandler, All My Children, ABC, 1995–1996, 1998, then 2000–2001.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Cult Times, December, 2000, p. 11. Soap Opera Digest, November 14, 2000, pp. 54–56.

Television Appearances; Movies: On the Edge of Innocence, NBC, 1997. Stephanie, Letters from a Killer, HBO, 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Karen Wright, Night Sins, CBS, 1997.

BLAKE, Yvonne 1938– (Ivonne Blake) PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Episodic: Joan Stillman, ⬙Rage,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1995. Michelle Bellamy, ⬙Meet the Brodys,⬙ Aliens in the Family, ABC, 1996. Karen, ⬙A Kiss Is Just a Kiss,⬙ Soul Man, ABC, 1998. Special Agent Myra Seeling, ⬙Red, Red Wine,⬙ Homicide: Life on the Street, NBC, 1998. Ensign Marla Gilmore, ⬙Equinox: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 1999. Jane Tyler, ⬙Closure,⬙ Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, NBC and USA Network, 2000. Kathleen Tarler, ⬙Neighbors,⬙ Ed, NBC, 2002. Clarissa Wagner, ⬙Kid Pro Quo,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 2003. Claire Henley, ⬙Castles of Sand,⬙ Third Watch, NBC, 2003.

Born in England. Education: Manchester Regional College of Art. Addresses: Agent—Sandra Marsh Management, 9150 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 220, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Contact—Costume Designers Guild, 4730 Woodman Ave., Suite 430, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423. Career: Costume designer. At age 21, became the youngest member to join the Costume Designers Guild in London. Assisted the designers Cecil Beaton and Oliver Messel. Received commissions to design costumes for the London Festival Ballet. 38

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BLAKE Robin and Marian, Columbia, 1976. Cuando los maridos se iban a la guerra, 1976. Superman (also known as Superman: The Movie), Warner Bros., 1978. Escape to Athena, 1979. Superman II, Warner Bros., 1980. Green Ice, 1981. Las aventuras de Enrique y Ana, 1981. Bearn (also known as Bearn o la sala de las munecas), 1982. Escarabajos asesinos (also known as Scarab), 1982. Finders Keepers, 1984. Flesh and Blood (also known as The Rose and the Sword and Los senores del acero), Orion, 1985. (As Ivonne Blake) Rowing with the Wind (also known as Remando al viento and Rowing in the Wind), 1988. The Return of the Musketeers (also known as El regreso de los mosqueteros and Le retour des mousquetaires), Universal, 1989. Company Business, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1991. Don Juan en los infiernos (also known as Don Juan in Hell), 1991. La reina anonima (also known as The Anonymous Queen), 1992. The Detective and Death (also known as El detective y la muerte), 1994. Cradle Song (also known as Cancion de cuna), Nickel Odeon Dos, 1994. Looking for Richard, 1996. What Dreams May Come, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1998. Presence of Mind (also known as El celo), 1999. Gaudi Afternoon (also known as Tardes de Gaudi), First Look Home Entertainment, 2001. The Reckoning (also known as Morality Play), Paramount Classics, 2001. Carmen, 2003.

Awards, Honors: Academy Award (with Antonio Castillo), best costume design, 1971, and Film Award nomination (with Castillo), best costume design, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1972, both for Nicholas and Alexandra; Film Award nomination, best costume design, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1973, for Jesus Christ Superstar; Film Award nomination, best costume design, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1975, for The Three Musketeers; Academy Award nomination (with Ron Talsky), best costume design, 1975, Film Award nomination, best costume design, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1976, both for The Four Musketeers; Saturn Award nomination (with Richard Bruno), best costumes, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, 1979, for Superman; Emmy Award nomination, best costume design for a miniseries or special, 1986, Casanova; Goya Award, best costume design, 1989, for Remando al Viento; Goya Award nomination, best costume design, 1992, for Don Juan en los infiernos; Goya Award nomination, best costume design, 1993, for La reina anonima; Goya Award, best costume design, 1995, for Cancion de cuna; Emmy Award nomination (with Randy Gardell), outstanding costumes for a miniseries, movie or a special, 2002, for James Dean. CREDITS Film Costume Designer: Judith (also known as Conflict), 1966. The Idol, 1966. The Spy with a Cold Nose, 1966. Charlie Bubbles, Universal, 1967. Assignment K, Columbia, 1968. Duffy, 1968. The Best House in London, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1969. Country Dance (also known as Brotherly Love and The Same Skin), 1970. The Last Valley, 1970. Puppet on a Chain, 1970. Nicholas and Alexandra, 1971. Jesus Christ Superstar, Universal, 1973. The Three Musketeers (also known as The Three Muskateers: The Queen’s Diamonds and Los tres mosqueteros), 1973. The Four Musketeers (also known as The Revenge of Milady, The Four Musketeers: Milady’s Revenge, and Los cuatro mosqueteros), Twentieth Century– Fox, 1974. All Creatures Great and Small (also known as All Things Great and Small), 1974. Ace Up My Sleeve (also known as Crime and Passion and Frankenstein’s Spukschloss), 1975. The Eagle Has Landed, 1976.

Film Work; Other: Assistant art director, Fahrenheit 451, Universal, 1966. Costumes, Judith (also known as Conflict), 1966. Costume coordinator, Night Watch, 1973. Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Book person, ⬙The Jewish Question,⬙ Fahrenheit 451, Universal, 1966. Herself, Taking Flight: The Development of Superman, 2001. Herself, Making Superman: Filming the Legend, 2001. Television Costume Designer; Movies: Casanova, ABC, 1987. Crime of the Century, HBO, 1996. The Price of Heaven, CBS, 1997. James Dean, TNT, 2001. 39

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Television Costume Designer; Miniseries: Harem, ABC, 1986. The Richest Man in the World: The Story of Aristotle Onassis (also known as Onassis and The Richest Man in the World), ABC, 1988.

BLESSED, Brian 1937– PERSONAL Born October 9, 1937, in Mexborough, Yorkshire, England; son of William (a coal miner) and Hilda (maiden name, Wall) Blessed; married Ann Bomann (divorced); married Hildegarde Neil (an actress), December 28, 1978; children: (first marriage) Catherine; (second marriage) Rosalind. Education: Trained for the stage at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Avocational Interests: Judo (black belt) and mountaineering. Addresses: Manager—Derek Webster, Associated International Management, 5 Denmark St., London WC2H 8LP, England.

Film Work: Special director, ⬙Witches Scene,⬙ Macbeth, 1997. Director, King Lear, 1999.

Career: Actor and director. Member, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford–upon–Avon, England, 1985. Military service: Royal Air Force, parachute regiment.

Television Appearances; Series: Constable Fancy Smith, Z Cars, BBC, 1962–1965. Mark of Cornwall, Arthur of the Britons, 1972. William Woodcock, Boy Dominic, 1976. King Richard IV, Blackadder (also known as The Black Adder), BBC, then Arts and Entertainment, 1983. Spiro, My Family and Other Animals, BBC, then Arts and Entertainment, 1987. William ⬘Bill’ Sticker, Johnny and the Dead, 1995. Voice of Sir Morris, The Big Knights, 1999.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Policeman, The Christmas Tree, CFF, 1966. Sergeant, Alf ’n’ Family (also known as Till Death Do Us Part), Sherpix, 1968. Jock Baird, Brotherly Love (also known as Country Dance and The Same Skin), Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1970. Korski, The Last Valley, Cinerama, 1971. Tathybius, The Trojan Women, Cinerama, 1971. Suffolk, Henry VIII and His Six Wives, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/EMI, 1972. Pedro, Man of La Mancha (also known as L’uomo della Mancha), United Artists, 1972. Barry Lyndon, Warner Bros., 1975. King Arthur, the Young Warlord, 1975. Vargas, The Beginning, 1978. Prince Vultan, Flash Gordon, Universal, 1980. Suleiman Khan, High Road to China, Warner Bros., 1983. Geoffrey Lyons, The Hound of the Baskervilles, Weintraub, 1983. Exeter, Henry V, Samuel Goldwyn, 1989. Voice of Caous (English version), Asterix et le coup du menhir (animated; also known as Asterix and the Big Fight and Asterix and the Stone’s Blow), Gaumont/Palace, 1989.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Porthos, The Three Musketeers, 1966. Euben Starkadder, Cold Comfort Farm, BBC, then televised in the United States on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1971. Notorious Woman, BBC, then televised in the United States on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1975. Augustus, I, Claudius, BBC, then televised in the United States on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1977. Basileos, The Aphrodite Inheritance, 1979. Porfiry, Crime and Punishment, 1979. Olinthus, The Last Days of Pompeii, ABC, 1984. General Yevlenko, War and Remembrance, ABC, 1988. Long John Silver, Return to Treasure Island, The Disney Channel, 1989. Cluny, Kidnapped, The Family Channel, 1995. 40

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BLESSED Himself, Television’s Greatest Hits, 1992. ⬙The Mountains of Doom,⬙ Fun at the Funeral Parlour, BBC, 2001. ⬙Z Cars,⬙ After They Were Famous, 2000. Richard and Judy, Channel 4, 2003.

Television Appearances; Movies: Peter, Son of Man (also known as Wednesday Play: Son of Man), 1969. Whom God Hath Joined, 1970. Sergeant Kita, The Recruiting Officer (also known as Play of the Month: The Recruiting Officer), 1973. The Great Alfred, 1975. Abner, The Story of David, ABC, 1976. Mentor, Cosmic Princess, 1976. Captain Teach, The Master of Ballantrae, CBS, 1984. Sam, The Castle of Adventure, 1990. General Gonse, Prisoner of Honor, HBO, 1991. Petty officer, Lady Chatterley, 1992. Atticus, MacGyver: Lost Treasure of Atlantis, ABC, 1994. Bestuzhev, Katharina die Grosse (also known as Catherine the Great), 1995. Mr. Scottley, The Greatest Store in the World, BBC, 1999. King Henry VIII, The Nearly Complete and Utter History of Everything, BBC, 1999. (In archive footage) PC ⬘Fancy’ Smith, Total Cops, 2003.

Also appeared as Santa Claus, Sooty & Co.; in Celebrity Ready, Steady, Cook; Turning Points. Television Appearances; Specials: Will, Wine of India (also known as Wednesday Play: Wine of India), BBC, 1970. Tom Bowen, Into Infinity (also known as The Day after Tomorrow), 1976. The Little World of Don Camillo, 1980. Rudolf Kammerling, Once in a Lifetime, BBC, then Great Performances, PBS, 1988. Voice characterization, Pyramid (animated), PBS, 1988. Voice of General Gaius Valerius, City (animated documentary), PBS, 1994. Hey, Mr. Producer! The Musical World of Cameron Mackintosh, PBS, 1998. Night of a Thousand Shows, 2000. Father Christmas, host, I Love Christmas, 2001. Presenter, The Laurence Olivier Awards 2002, 2002.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Mark Dayton, ⬙The Superlative Seven,⬙ The Avengers, 1967. Sgt. Hearn, ⬙The Morning After,⬙ The Avengers, 1969. Jim Lawsey, ⬙The Ghost Who Saved the Bank at Monte Carlo,⬙ Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased), 1969. Reverend William Pratt, ⬙Egg & Cress Sandwiches,⬙ Public Eye, 1973. Frank Kemble, ⬙Ringer,⬙ The Sweeney, 1975. George Briggs, ⬙Appointment with a Killer⬙ (also known as ⬙A Midsummer Nightmare⬙), Thriller, ABC, 1975. Dr. Cabot Rowland, ⬙Death’s Other Dominion,⬙ Space 1999, syndicated, 1975. Mentor, ⬙The Metamorph,⬙ Space 1999, syndicated, 1976. Jackanory, BBC, 1976. Brod, ⬙Law of the Jungle,⬙ Survivors, 1977. Vargas, ⬙Cygnus Alpha,⬙ Blake’s 7, BBC, 1978. Detective Sergeant Jack Nolan, ⬙Lamb to the Slaughter,⬙ Tales of the Unexpected, syndicated, 1979. Yrcanos, ⬙Mindwarp,⬙ Doctor Who, syndicated, 1986. ⬙Dingley Dell,⬙ Roland Rat, the Series, 1986. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Yrcanos, ⬙The Ultimate Foe,⬙ Doctor Who, 1986. Lambert Sampson, ⬙Banbury Blue,⬙ Boon, Central–TV, 1988. ⬙The Last Video Show,⬙ Minder, 1989. Harry Catapodis, ⬙Black Virgin of Vladimir,⬙ Lovejoy Mysteries, Arts and Entertainment, 1991. Harry Catapodis, ⬙Riding in Rollers,⬙ Lovejoy Mysteries, Arts and Entertainment, 1991.

Also appeared as host, narrator, and Johann Sebastian Bach, The Joy of Bach, PBS; narrator, The Natural World, BBC; William the Conqueror, Lorna and Ted, Justice, Hadleigh, Public Eye, Brahms, Son of a Man, and Churchill’s People. Stage Appearances: Edmund, The Exorcism, Comedy Theatre, London, 1975. Maxim Gorky, State of Revolution, National Theatre Company, Lyttelton Theatre, London, 1977. Old Deuteronomy, Cats, New London Theatre, London, 1981. John Freeman, Metropolis, Piccadilly Theatre, London, 1989. An Evening with Brian Blessed (one–man show), 1992–1993 then 1995–96.. Hard Times, London, 2000. Sir Tunbelly Clumsey, The Relapse, Royal National Theatre, London, 2001. Baron Bomburst, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, London Palladium, 2002. Also appeared as Claudius, Hamlet, Hastings, Richard III, and Exeter, Henry V, all Royal Shakespeare Company; as Henry II, The Lion in Winter; in Incident at Vichy and Oedipus, both in London; and in repertory at Nottingham, England, and Birmingham, England. 41

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RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of Uncle Kashumai, Privateer 2: The Darkening, 1996. Voice of Clayton, Tarzan, 1999. Voice of Clayton, Kingdom Hearts, Square Electronic Arts, 2002.

CREDITS Television Work; Series: Creator, The Interns, 1970. Creator and producer, The Rookies, ABC, 1972–1973. Creator and executive producer, The New Land, ABC, 1974. Creator, Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1975. Creator, Eight Is Enough, ABC, 1977. Executive producer (with Jerry Thorpe), The Lazarus Syndrome, ABC, 1979. Executive producer (with Thorpe and Mace Neufeld), The American Dream (also known as The Novacks), ABC, 1981. Executive producer, Fame, NBC, 1982–1983, syndicated, 1983–1984. Executive producer, The City, ABC, 1986. Executive producer (with Thorpe), Our House, NBC, 1987–1988. Executive producer, Half ’n’ Half, ABC, 1988. Creator and executive producer, The Boys of Twilight, CBS, 1992. Creator and executive producer, Heaven Help Us, syndicated, 1994. Creator and executive producer, Pensacola: Wings of Gold, syndicated, 1997. Creator, Reyes y Rey, Telemundo, 1998.

WRITINGS Books: Author of The Turquoise Mountain, The Dynamite Kid, Nothing’s Impossible, and Blessed Everest.

BLINN, William 1937– PERSONAL Full name, William Frederick Blinn; born July 21, 1937, in Toledo, OH; son of Clare Allen and Pearl Ariel (maiden name, Schaeffer) Blinn; married Annele Marie Louise Lagerborn, March 25, 1965 (marriage ended); married Patricia Rust (a producer and writer), May 17, 1997; children: (first marriage) Christopher Andrew, Anneliese Mae. Education: Graduate of American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York City. Politics: Democrat.

Also producer of The Wonderful World of Disney, NBC. Addresses: Agent—Len Rosenberg, William Morris Agency, 151 South El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Producer and writer. Blinn–Thorpe Productions, partner, 1977–84; Echo Cove Productions, principal.

Television Work; Miniseries: Producer (with Jerry Thorpe), The MacKenzies of Paradise Cove, ABC, 1979. Executive producer, ⬙Wild Jack⬙ (also known as ⬙Jack of the Wild,⬙ ⬙McCall!,⬙ and ⬙McCall of the Wild⬙), The Magical World of Disney, NBC, 1989.

Awards, Honors: Emmy Award, outstanding writing in a dramatic adaptation, George Foster Peabody Award, and Writers Guild of America Award, all 1971, for ⬙Brian’s Song,⬙ ABC Movie of the Week; Image Award, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1972, for The Rookies; Emmy Award, outstanding writing in a drama series (with Ernest Kinoy), and Television Critics Award, both 1977, for Roots: Part II; Humanitas Prize, sixty–minute category (with James Lee), Human Family Educational and Cultural Institute, 1977, for Roots: Part IV; Image Award, 1980, for ⬙All God’s Children,⬙ ABC Movie of the Week; Emmy Award nominations, outstanding drama series (with others), 1982 and 1983, both for Fame; Television Award, best adaptation in long–form category, Writers

Television Executive Producer; Movies: (With Jerry Thorpe) ⬙All God’s Children,⬙ ABC Movie of the Week, ABC, 1980. (With Thorpe) Happy Endings (also known as House of Cards), NBC, 1983. Eight Is Enough: A Family Reunion, 1987. ⬙Davy Crockett⬙ (also known as ⬙Davy Crockett: Rainbow in the Thunder⬙), The Magical World of Disney, NBC, 1988. ⬙The Absent–Minded Professor,⬙ The Magical World of Disney, NBC, 1988. ⬙Polly,⬙ The Magical World of Disney, NBC, 1989. ⬙The Outside Woman,⬙ CBS Movie of the Week, ABC, 1989. Parent Trap III, 1989. 42

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Appearances, NBC, 1990. Polly Comin’ Home! (also known as Polly—One More Time!), NBC, 1990. Television Producer; Movies: (With Jerry Thorpe) A Question of Love (also known as A Purely Legal Matter), NBC, 1978. Sticking Together, 1978. Television Work; Pilots: Creator, Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1975. Producer (with Jerry Thorpe), Stickin’ Together (also known as Wonderland Cove), ABC, 1978. Executive producer, Bridges to Cross, CBS, 1986. Creator and executive producer, Aaron’s Way, NBC, 1988.

Also wrote episodes of The American Dream (also known as The Novacks), ABC; Eight Is Enough, ABC; and Fame, NBC. Television Miniseries: (With Ernest Kinoy, James Lee, and M. Charles Cohen) Roots, ABC, 1977. A Man Called Intrepid, NBC, 1979. The MacKenzies of Paradise Cove, ABC, 1979. ⬙Wild Jack⬙ (also known as ⬙Jack of the Wild,⬙ ⬙McCall!,⬙ and ⬙McCall of the Wild⬙), The Magical World of Disney, NBC, 1989.

Stage Work: Producer of The Wonder Years—A Baby Boom Musical Revue. WRITINGS Television Series: Here Come the Brides, multiple episodes, between 1968 and 1969. The Rookies, ABC, multiple episodes, between 1972 and 1974.

Television Movies: ⬙Brian’s Song,⬙ ABC Movie of the Week, ABC, 1971. A Question of Love (also known as A Purely Legal Matter), NBC, 1978. ⬙An Eclipse of Reason,⬙ ABC Movie of the Week, ABC, 1980. Happy Endings (also known as House of Cards), NBC, 1983. Eight Is Enough: A Family Reunion, 1987. ⬙Davy Crockett⬙ (also known as ⬙Davy Crockett: Rainbow in the Thunder⬙), The Magical World of Disney, NBC, 1988. ⬙Polly,⬙ The Magical World of Disney, NBC, 1989. ⬙The Outside Woman,⬙ CBS Movie of the Week, ABC, 1989. Appearances, NBC, 1990. Polly Comin’ Home! (also known as Polly—One More Time!), NBC, 1990. The Boys Next Door, CBS, 1996.

Television Episodes: (With Michael Gleason) ⬙Incident of the Portrait,⬙ Rawhide, 1962. ⬙The Man on the Couch,⬙ My Favorite Martian, CBS, 1963. ⬙A Nose for News,⬙ My Favorite Martian, CBS, 1964. ⬙The Debt,⬙ Bonanza, 1965. (With Suzanne Clauser) ⬙A Natural Wizard,⬙ Bonanza, 1965. ⬙All Ye His Saints,⬙ Bonanza, 1965. Shane, ABC, 1966. (With Jo Pagano and Dan Ullman) ⬙The Unwritten Commandment,⬙ Bonanza, 1966. ⬙Spirit Woman,⬙ Custer, 1967. ⬙Plunder!,⬙ The Big Valley, 1967. ⬙Wonder,⬙ Gunsmoke (also known as Gun Law and Marshal Dillon), 1967. ⬙The Vise,⬙ The Invaders, ABC, 1968. ⬙A Joyful Noise,⬙ The High Chaparral, 1968. ⬙The Quality of Mercy,⬙ The Interns, 1970. ⬙Death Wish,⬙ The Interns, 1970. ⬙Miss Knock–a–bout,⬙ The Interns, 1970. ⬙The Casualty,⬙ The Interns, 1971. ⬙That Lonesome Old Caboose,⬙ Our House, NBC, 1986. (With Robert Lenski) ⬙Take a Cup of Kindness,⬙ Bridges to Cross, CBS, 1986.

Television Pilots: The Rookies, ABC, 1972. Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1975. Hunter, CBS, 1976. Stickin’ Together (also known as Wonderland Cove), ABC, 1978. The Lazarus Syndrome, ABC, 1979. For Heaven’s Sake, ABC, 1979. The Naturals, NBC, 1983. The City, ABC, 1986. Bridges to Cross, CBS, 1986. 43

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Aaron’s Way, NBC, 1988. Half ’n’ Half, ABC, 1988. Screenplays: Purple Rain, Warner Bros., 1984. Books: Brian’s Song, Bantam, 1983. ADAPTATIONS The television movie ⬙All God’s Children,⬙ featured on ABC Movie of the Week in 1980 was based on a story by Blinn. A remake of his television movie Brian’s Song was broadcast by ABC in 2001.

BLOCK, Larry 1942– PERSONAL Full name, Lawrence Joel Block; born October 30, 1942, in New York, NY; son of Harold (in the garment industry) and Sonia (a travel agent; maiden name, Kutcher) Block; married Jolly King (an actress), September 25, 1981; children: Zoe Lenna, Zachary Harold. Education: University of Rhode Island, B.A., English, 1964; trained for the stage with Wynn Handman. Politics: Liberal Democrat. Religion: Ethical Culture. Addresses: Agent—The Gage Group, 315 West 57th St., Ste. 4H, New York, NY 10019. Career: Actor. Military service: U.S. Army, Special Services, specialist fourth class, 1967–69; received Commendation Medal, 1969. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Mercutio’s page, Romeo and Juliet, American Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, CT, 1965. Coriolanus, American Shakespeare Festival, 1965. The Taming of the Shrew, American Shakespeare Festival, 1965. King Lear, American Shakespeare Festival, 1965. (Broadway debut) Understudy for the role of Malcolm Scrawdyke, Hail, Scrawdyke, Booth Theatre, 1966. Boy, La turista, St. Clement’s Church Theatre, New York City, 1967. Eh?, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1967. 44

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 Augustin Feraillon, A Flea in Her Ear, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1989. Herbie, The Loman Family Picnic, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1989. Deputy director, Temptation, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, 1989. Bernie Weiner, Selling Off, John Houseman Theatre, New York City, 1991. Lord/Fisherman/Cerimon/Pandar, Pericles, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public/Newman Theatre, 1991. Alvin, One of the All–Time Greats, Vineyard Theatre, New York City, 1992. The Last Laugh, Jewish Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1992. Angelo, The Comedy of Errors, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1992. Director/Fyodor, The Flying Karamazov Brothers in The Brothers Karamazov, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, WA, 1992, then Arena Stage, Washington, DC, 1993. Leon, The Workroom, American Jewish Theatre, New York City, 1993. Title role, Shlemiel the First, American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA, 1995, then American Music Theatre Festival, Philadelphia, PA, later Lincoln Center’s Serious Fun Festival, New York City, c. 1995. Mr. Appopolous, Wonderful Town, New York City Opera, 1995. Him, New York Shakespeare Festival, 1995. Leporello, Don Juan in Chicago, Primary Stages, New York City, 1996. Uncle Phillip’s Coat (one–man show), American Jewish Theatre, New York City, 1998. Reb Eli, God of Vengeance, Adams Memorial Theater, Williamstown, MA, 2002. Storyteller, Evolution, Urban Empire Company, Bleecker Street Theatre, New York City, 2002.

BLOCK Julius Enderby, Robots, 1988. Harvey, High Stakes (also known as Melanie Rose), 1989. Routed (short film), Izar, 1989. Barber, Betsy’s Wedding, Buena Vista, 1990. Defense attorney, My Blue Heaven, 1990. Man in restaurant, Big Night, Samuel Goldwyn, 1996. Andy, The Electric Urn, 1996. Dr. Butler, Dangerous Proposition, IFM, 1998. Herbie, Isn’t She Great (also known as Ist sie nicht grossartig?), MCA/Universal, 2000. Customer, Bait (also known as Piege), Warner Bros., 2000. Doorman, Don’t Say a Word, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2001. Discount store manager, Garmento, Spanish Moss, 2002. Harry, Book of Danny, 2002. Also appeared in First Family. Television Appearances; Series: Mickey Potter, The Secret Storm, CBS, 1971. Tom, Sesame Street, PBS, 1971–1972. Cal Jamison, General Hospital, ABC, 1978. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Lasie, ⬙Roanoak,⬙ American Playhouse, PBS, 1986. Television Appearances; Pilots: Harry, Rosetti and Ryan: Men Who Love Women, NBC, 1977. Private Arnold Fleck, Space Force, NBC, 1978. Television Appearances; Episodic: Gerry Erskine, ⬙Dark Sunday,⬙ Kojak, CBS, 1973. ⬙Set Up City,⬙ Baretta, ABC, 1975. Floor director, ⬙The Adventure of the Hard–Hearted Huckster,⬙ Ellery Queen, NBC, 1976. Eddie Hendrix, ⬙Images,⬙ M*A*S*H, CBS, 1977. Arlo Spinner, ⬙Game, Set, Death,⬙ Charlie’s Angels, ABC, 1978. Cimoli, ⬙Dear Comrade,⬙ M*A*S*H, CBS, 1978. Russell Schuman, ⬙Evaluation,⬙ Barney Miller, ABC, 1978. ⬙Heroes of the Revolution,⬙ Miami Vice, NBC, 1987. Clerk, Tattingers, NBC, 1988. Al Henderson, ⬙But First a Word from Our Sponsor,⬙ Murphy Brown, CBS, 1989. Mr. Seeger, ⬙Two Income Family,⬙ Family Matters, ABC, 1989. Feldman, ⬙His Hour upon the Stage,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1991. Slater, ⬙Cruel and Unusual,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1995. Stan, ⬙Divorce,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1998. Helmut Kaiser, ⬙Officer Involved,⬙ Third Watch, NBC, 2000.

Also appeared in Young Playwrights Festival; Festival of One Acts; The Faithful Brethren of Pitt Street; and voice of police and judge, The Exonerated. Major Tours: 2 1/2 Jews, U.S. cities, 1998–2001. Uncle Phillip’s Coat (one–man show), New England cities, 2003. Film Appearances: Springy, Shamus (also known as Passion for Danger), Columbia, 1973. Peterboro referee, Slap Shot, Universal, 1977. Ted Peters, Heaven Can Wait, Paramount, 1978. Detective Burrows, Hardcore (also known as The Hardcore Life), Columbia, 1979. Taxi driver, After Hours, Warner Bros., 1985. Bar owner, Cocktail, Touchstone, 1988. 45

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Podiatrist, ⬙Foot,⬙ The Job, ABC, 2001. Lonnie, ⬙Wrath,⬙ Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: S.V.U.), NBC, 2001. Frank Kastner, ⬙Blink,⬙ Law & Order: Criminal Intent, NBC, 2003.

CREDITS Stage Appearances: Valentine, Two Gentlemen of Verona, National Shakespeare Company, Ulster County Community College, Stone Ridge, NY, 1974, then Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 1975. Cleante, The Miser, National Shakespeare Company, Ulster County Community College, 1974, then Rutgers University, 1975. (Off–Broadway debut) Post office clerk, The Cherry Orchard, Roundabout Theatre, 1976. Villager, first angel, and man, The World of Sholem Aleichem, Roundabout Theatre, 1976. Brothers, George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick, NJ, 1976. (Broadway debut) Venetian, The Merchant, Plymouth Theatre, 1977. Steve, Say Goodnight, Gracie, Playwrights Horizons, Manhattan Main Stage Theatre, New York City, 1978, then Actors Playhouse, New York City, 1979. Younger son, Table Settings, Playwrights Horizons, then Chelsea Theatre Center, New York City, 1980. Michael, Key Exchange, Orpheum Theatre, New York City, 1981. Close Ties, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1981. The Cherry Orchard, Long Wharf Theatre, 1982. Iago, Othello, Shakespeare Festival of Dallas, Dallas, TX, 1982. Johnson, Loving Reno, New York Theatre Studio, AMDA Studio One, New York City, 1983. Max Whitcomb, An American Comedy, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 1983–1984. Lee Baum, The American Clock, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, 1983–1984. Harry, Wild Oats, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, 1983–1984. Peter Austin, It’s Only a Play, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1984. Asher, Messiah, Manhattan Theatre Club, Space at City Center Theatre, 1985. Ben, Little Footsteps, Playwrights Horizons, 1986. Ben, The Downside, Long Wharf Theatre, 1987. Cave of Life, Circle Repertory Theatre, 1988. Al, Gus and Al, New York City, c. 1989. Eddie, Lost in Yonkers, Richard Rodgers Theatre, New York City, 1991. Tom, Laureen’s Whereabouts, WPA Theatre, New York City, 1993. Garn, My Thing of Love, Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1995. Alan Tolkin, Mizlansky/Zilinsky or ⬙Schmucks,⬙ Manhattan Theatre Club Stage I, New York City, 1998. Howard Fine, The Waverly Gallery, Promenade Theatre, New York City, 2000. Jensen, Gore Vidal’s The Best Man, Virginia Theatre, New York City, 2000.

Also appeared in New York Undercover, Fox; One Life to Live, ABC; CHiPs, NBC; and Police Story, NBC. Television Appearances; Movies: Springy, A Matter of Wife ... and Death, NBC, 1976. Barney Fayne, The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case, NBC, 1976. Leroy Keenan, The Last Ride of the Dalton Gang, NBC, 1979. Kleinfeld, Dead Man Out (also known as Dead Man Walking), HBO, 1989. Television Appearances; Specials: Hardcore TV, HBO, 1993. Voices of Yaacov Baror, Judge Moshe Landau, and Gavriel Bach, The Trial of Adolf Eichmann, PBS, 1997. Narrator, ⬙The Zodiac,⬙ Case Reopened (documentary), The Learning Channel, 1999. Mr. Giapetto, Kenny the Shark, The Discovery Channel, 2000. Radio Appearances; Series: Appeared in Work in Progress. Radio Appearances; Episodic: Appeared in pilot episode of National Public Radio Playhouse, National Public Radio; ⬙Prairie du Chien,⬙ Earplay, National Public Radio; Under the Gun, WBAI (New York).

BLUM, Mark 1950– PERSONAL Born May 14, 1950, in Newark, NJ. Education: Studied drama at the University of Minnesota, the University of Pennsylvania, HB Studio, New York City, Loeb Drama Center, Cambridge, MA, and with Andre Gregory, Aaron Frankel, and Daniel Seltzer. Career: Actor and producer. National Shakespeare Company, Ulster County Community College, Stone Ridge, NY, stage manager, 1974. Awards, Honors: Obie Award, Village Voice, 1989, for Gus and Al. 46

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BLUM Television Appearances; Miniseries: Harry Hobbs, The Judge (also known as Steve Martini’s The Judge), NBC, 2001. Television Appearances; Pilots: Ray Litertini, Things Are Looking Up, CBS, 1984. Edison King, Capital News, ABC, 1990. Chaos Theory, NBC, 1999.

Also appeared in Moby Dick Rehearsed, Mark Taper Forum; Green Julia. Stage Work: Assistant stage manager, The Merchant, Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1977.

Television Appearances; Specials: MTV, Give Me Back My Life: A Harvard Lampoon Parody, Comedy Central, 1991.

Film Appearances: Intern Murphy, Lovesick, Warner Bros., 1983. Gary Glass, Desperately Seeking Susan, Orion, 1985. George Margolin, Just between Friends, Orion, 1986. Richard Mason, Crocodile Dundee (also known as ⬙Crocodile⬙ Dundee), Paramount, 1986. Denny Gordon, Blind Date (also known as Blake Edwards’ Blind Date), TriStar, 1987. Arthur Peale, The Presidio (also known as The Presidio: The Scene of the Crime), Paramount, 1988. Ned Braudy, Worth Winning, 1989. Ben Winchek, Emma and Elvis (also known as The Last Resort), 1991. Peter, Miami Rhapsody, Buena Vista, 1995. Matthew Greenberg, The Low Life, 1995. Dr. Brennan, Denise Calls Up, 1995. Louis, Sudden Manhattan, Phaedra Cinema, 1996. Edward Cooperberg, You Can Thank Me Later, 1998. Darrell, Getting to Know You (also known as Getting to Know All about You), 1999. The interviewer, Down to You, Miramax, 2000. Richard Baxter, Zen and the Art of Landscaping, 2000. Lewis Estridge, Shattered Glass, 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Dr. Vogel, ⬙Two Balls and a Strike,⬙ St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1984. Jack’s son, ⬙Contempt of Court,⬙ Miami Vice, NBC, 1987. Mike Summers, ⬙Aliens,⬙ Roseanne, ABC, 1992. Brooklyn Assistant District Attorney Frank Lazar, ⬙Jurisdiction,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1993. Dr. Sachs, ⬙From Hare to Eternity,⬙ NYPD Blue, 1993. Michael Aronson, ⬙Seed,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1995. FBI agent Mike Francis, ⬙We Was Robbed,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 1995. Larry Mohr, ⬙What about Larry?,⬙ Wings, NBC, 1995. Ben, ⬙The History of Gil and Rachel,⬙ Central Park West, CBS, 1995. Greg Armstrong, ⬙Face Off,⬙ Ink, CBS, 1996. John, ⬙The 1000th Show,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 1997. Brooklyn Assistant District Attorney Frank Lazar, ⬙Agony,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1998. FBI agent Mike Francis, ⬙Show & Tell,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 1999. Randall Curtin, ⬙Meadowlands,⬙ The Sopranos, HBO, 1999. Rep. Katzenmoyer, ⬙Five Votes Down,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 1999. Rabbi Jonathan Ahrenthal, ⬙The First Commandment,⬙ Deadline, NBC, 2001. Arnold Bancroft, ⬙Goodbye Sadie,⬙ Ed, NBC, 2001. State’s Attorney Michael Scannel, ⬙Evil/Doers,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 2002. Dr. Philip Oliver, ⬙Con–Text,⬙ Law & Order: Criminal Intent, NBC, 2003.

Film Work: Executive producer, The Low Life, 1995. Associate producer, Search and Destroy (also known as The Four Rules), October Films, 1995. Television Appearances; Series: Ken Holden, Sweet Surrender, NBC, 1987. Edison King, Capital News (also known as Powerhouse), ABC, 1990.

Also appeared as Dr. Vincent, New York Undercover, Fox, 1995; Ben, in ⬙Showgirls,⬙ ⬙Behind Your Back,⬙ ⬙She Danced Only One Summer,⬙ and ⬙Allen Strikes Back,⬙ all episodes of Central Park West, CBS.

Television Appearances; Movies: Alan, The Time and the Conways, 1966. Dr. Howard Zuckerman, Condition Critical (also known as Critical Condition and Final Pulse), NBC, 1992. Wayne Satz, Indictment: The McMartin Trial (also known as The Naked Movie Star Games and Nothing But the Truth: The McMartin Story), HBO, 1995. Ben Marks, Stag, HBO, 1996. Jackson, The Defenders: Payback, Showtime, 1997.

RECORDINGS Taped Readings: Found Money by James Grippando, HarperAudio, 1999. 47

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BOURNE, Douglas See DOUG, Doug E.

Film Appearances: Susan Goldman, Bye, Bye Love, Twentieth Century– Fox, 1995. Amelia Harvey, Casper, Universal, 1995. Eady, Heat, Warner Bros., 1995. Madelyne Thompson, Daylight, Universal, 1996. Laura Walker, Fear (also known as No Fear and Obsession mortelle), Universal, 1996. Annie, Lesser Prophets, 1997. Chrysty, Nevada, Storm Entertainment, 1997. Mary, Your Friends & Neighbors, Gramercy, 1998. Grace, The Suburbans, Columbia TriStar, 1999. Kathy, ⬙Love Waits for Kathy,⬙ Things You Can Tell Just By Looking at Her, United Artists, 2000. Adult Bo, Off the Map, 2003.

BRECUSSE, Leslie See BRICUSSE, Leslie

BRENNEMAN, Amy 1964– PERSONAL Full name, Amy Frederica Brenneman; born June 22, 1964, in Glastonbury, CT; daughter of Russell L. (an environmental lawyer) and Frederica (a superior court judge) Brenneman; married Brad Silberling (a director), September 30, 1995; children: Charlotte Tucker. Education: Harvard University, B.A., comparative religion, 1987; studied Eastern religions in Nepal.

Film Coproducer: Nevada, Storm Entertainment, 1997. Television Appearances; Series: Blanche, Middle Ages, 1992. Police Officer Janice Licalsi, NYPD Blue, ABC, 1993–1994. Judge Amy Madison Gray Cassidy, Judging Amy, CBS, 1999—.

Addresses: Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager— Tavel Entertainment, 9171 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 406, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Publicist—PMK/HBH Public Relations, 8500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700, Beverly Hills, CA 90211.

Television Appearances; Movies: Pig in the Python, 1992. Robyn O’Brien, A.T.F., ABC, 1998.

Career: Actress and producer. Cornerstone Theatre Company (repertory group), founding member and touring company member; appeared in television commercials.

Television Appearances; Specials: Title role, Mary Cassatt: An American Impressionist, HBO, 1999. Presenter, A Home for the Holidays, CBS, 2000. Herself, America: A Tribute to Heroes, 2001. I Am My Mother’s Daughter, Lifetime, 2001. The 53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, CBS, 2001.

Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actress in a drama series, 1994, for NYPD Blue; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding guest actress in a drama series, 1995, for ⬙For Whom the Skell Tolls,⬙ NYPD Blue; Q Award nomination, best actress in a quality drama series, Viewers for Quality Television; Television Producer of the Year Award in Episodic nomination (with others), PGA Golden Laurel Awards, TV Guide Award, favorite actress in a new series, 2000, Golden Globe Award nominations, best performance by an actress in a TV series—drama, 2000, 2001, 2002, Emmy Award nominations, outstanding lead actress in a drama series, 2000, 2001, 2002, TV Guide Award, actress of the year in a drama series, 2001, Golden Satellite Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a series—drama, 2002, Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, outstanding performance by a female actor in a drama series, 2003, all for Judging Amy; Lucy Award (with Tyne Daly), Women in Film Lucy Awards, 2002.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Amy Wainwright, ⬙A Christmas Secret,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1992. Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 1995, 1996, 2002, 2003. Voice of Lauren Simone, ⬙A Trophied Duck,⬙ Duckman (animated), 1997. Faye Moskowitz, ⬙Merry Christmas, Mrs. Moskowitz,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 1998. Faye Moskowitz, ⬙When a Man Loves Two Women,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 1999. Faye Moskowitz, ⬙Shutout in Seattle: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 1999. Herself, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, CBS, 2000, 2001. The View, ABC, 2003. 48

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BRENNER Addresses: Agent—Super Artists, Inc., 12021 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 612, Los Angeles, CA 90025. Manager— Sager Management, Inc., 260 South Beverly Dr., Suite 205, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist—Jonas PR, 240 26th St., Suite 3, Santa Monica, CA 90402.

Television Work; Series: Creator and co–executive producer, Judging Amy, CBS, 1999—.

Career: Comedian, nightclub performer, and actor. Worked as producer for WBBM–TV, Chicago, IL; WRCV and KYW–TV, both Philadelphia, PA; and WNEW–TV and PBL–TV, both New York City. Also producer, director, and writer for television documentaries; appeared in television commercials. Owner of Amsterdam Billiard Clubs, New York City. Military service: U.S. Army, served during early 1960s, became corporal.

Stage Appearances: The Video Store Owner’s Significant Other, Cornerstone Theatre Company, Los Angeles, 1990. Martine, The Learned Ladies, Classic Stage Company, New York City, 1991. Saint Joan of the Stockyards, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1992. Janet, God’s Heart, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater, New York City, 1997.

Awards, Honors: Artist Comedian of the Year, American Guild of Variety Actors, 1976; Las Vegas Entertainer of the Week Award, 1977; Atlantic City Comedian of the Year, 1984; College Campus Entertainer/Comedian of the Year, 1984.

Also appeared in Sincerity Forever; Interstates, So Grand Theater; Measure for Measure, American Repertory Theater; Twelfth Night, LATC; Romeo and Juliet, Three Sisters, Peer Gynt, The Winter’s Tale, and The Oresteria, all Cornerstone Theatre Company.

CREDITS RECORDINGS Television Appearances; Series: Host, Nightlife, syndicated, 1986–1987.

Taped Readings: Reader of A. N. Roqulaure’s The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty, Simon & Schuster.

Television Appearances; Movies: Himself, Ebony, Ivory, and Jade, CBS, 1979.

OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Specials: Neil Sedaka Steppin’ Out, NBC, 1976. Himself, American Bandstand’s 25th Anniversary, 1977. Himself, Happy Birthday, Las Vegas, 1977. Himself, Catch a Rising Star’s 10th Anniversary, 1982. Steve Martin’s The Winds of Whoopie, NBC, 1983. Himself, Joan Rivers and Friends Salute Heidi Abromowitz, 1985. Himself, Night Life with David Brenner, 1987. I Ask for Wonder: Experiencing God, ABC, 1988. But Seriously ’94, Showtime, 1995. Himself, Freddie Prinze: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 1998. Andy Kaufman: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 1998. Himself, David Brenner: Back with a Vengeance, HBO, 2000. Ali–Frazier: One Nation ... Indivisible, HBO, 2000. Totally Outrageous—Love, ABC, 2001. The Great American History Quiz, History Channel, 2001. The 35th Annual Victor Awards, Fox Sports Network, 2001.

Books: Newsmakers, Issue 1, Gale Group, 2002. Periodicals: Interview, August, 1998, pp. 118–119. People Weekly, January 31, 2000, p. 59.

BRENNER, David 1945– PERSONAL Born February 4, 1945, in Philadelphia, PA; son of Louis Yehuda (a vaudeville singer, dancer, and comedian) and Estelle Anne (maiden name, Rosenfeld) Brenner; married and divorced twice; married Elizabeth Slater, February 19, 2000; children: Cole Jay, Slade Lucas Moby, Wyatt Destry Slater. Education: Temple University, B.S. (with honors), mass communications. Religion: Jewish. 49

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Television Appearances; Pilots: Balderdash, syndicated, 1993. Ask Rita, syndicated, 2003.

WRITINGS Television Specials: David Brenner: Back with a Vengeance, HBO, 2000.

Television Appearances; Episodic: (Television debut) Guest host, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, NBC, 1970–1990. Guest, The Ed Sullivan Show, 1971. Guest, The Midnight Special, 1973–1977. Guest panelist, The Hollywood Squares, NBC and syndicated, 1976, 1978. Live! Dick Clark Presents, CBS, 1988. Late Night with David Letterman, NBC, 1990–1993. The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 1991–2002. ⬙As Others See Us,⬙ Arli$$, HBO, 2001. Himself, Pyramid, 2002. Himself, The View, ABC, 2002. Himself, The Michael Essany Show, 2003.

Books: Soft Pretzels with Mustard, Arbor House, 1983. Revenge Is the Best Exercise, Arbor House, 1985. Nobody Sees You Eat Tuna Fish, Arbor House, 1985. If God Wanted Us to Travel ... , Pocket Books, 1990. OTHER SOURCES Books: Broadcasting & Cable, May 13, 1996, p. 17. Contemporary Authors, Volume 133, Gale, 1991.

Also appeared in The David Frost Show, syndicated; Dinah’s Place, NBC; The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, CBS; Late Night with Conan O’Brien, NBC; The Merv Griffin Show, NBC, syndicated, and CBS; The Mike Douglas Show, syndicated; Politically Incorrect, Comedy Central and ABC; The Test, F/X; Comics Only, Comedy Central; Alan King: Inside the Comedy Mind.

BRICUSSE, Leslie 1931– (Leslie Brecusse) PERSONAL

Television Producer; Specials: David Brenner: Back with a Vengeance, HBO, 2000.

Born January 29, 1931, in London, England; married Yvonne Romain (an actress); children: one son. Education: Attended Cambridge University.

Film Appearances: Himself/host, Casino Gambling, 1983. Celebrity auctioneer, Worth Winning, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1989.

Career: Composer, lyricist, writer, actor, and director. Cambridge Footlight Revues, Cambridge, England, member of company, president, 1954. Awards, Honors: Ivor Novello awards, c. 1956, for ⬙Out of Town,⬙ Charley Moon, and 1962, for ⬙My Kind of Girl⬙; Ivor Novello Award, 1962, Broadcast Music Award, best song of the year, 1962, and Grammy Award, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, all (with Anthony Newley) for ⬙What Kind of Fool Am I?,⬙ Stop the World—I Want to Get Off; Antoinette Perry Award nominations, best musical, best composer and lyricist, and best author of a musical (all with Newley), 1963, for Stop the World—I Want to Get Off; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best composer and lyricist, and Whitbread Anglo–American Theatre Award, both (with Newley) 1965, for The Roar of the Greasepaint—The Smell of the Crowd; Grammy Award, 1967, and Academy Award, best song, 1968, both for ⬙Talk to the Animals,⬙ Dr. Dolittle; Academy Award nomination and Golden Globe Award nomination, both best original score, and Screen Award nomination, best written American musical, Writers Guild of America, all 1968, for Doctor Dolittle; Academy Award nomination, best score of a musical picture (with John Williams), and Golden Globe Award nomination, best

Stage Appearances: The Laughs and Times of David Brenner (one–man show), Criterion Theatre, New York City, 1990. Made stage debut, Pips, Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, NY. Has appeared in concert halls, colleges, nightclubs, since August, 1969. Radio Appearances: Hosted syndicated talk show, 1994–96. RECORDINGS Videos: Catch a Rising Star’s 10th Anniversary Show, Columbia/ TriStar, 1983. Young at Heart Comedians, Paramount Home Video, 1988. Host of I Hate to Workout Workout. 50

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BRICUSSE Film Work: Executive producer, Scrooge, Waterbury/National General, 1970. RECORDINGS Albums: Music arranger, Home Alone (original soundtrack recording), Sony, 1990. Performer, Out at the Movies, Varese, 1999. WRITINGS Stage: Lyrics and music, Tip and Run (musical revue), Cambridge Footlight Revues, Cambridge, England, 1952. Lyrics and music, Lady at the Wheel, Cambridge Footlight Revues, 1958. (With Anthony Newley) Book, lyrics, and music, Stop the World—I Want to Get Off, Queen’s Theatre, London, 1961, then Sam S. Shubert Theatre, New York City, beginning 1962. Lyrics (book by Wolf Mankowitz; composed by Cyril Ornadel), Pickwick (musical), London, 1963, then San Francisco, CA, and 46th Street Theatre, New York City, 1965. Book, lyrics (with Newley), and music, The Roar of the Greasepaint—The Smell of the Crowd, Sam S. Shubert Theatre, 1965. (With Newley) The Good Old Bad Old Days, London, 1973. Book, lyrics, and music, Kings and Clowns, London, 1978. (With Newley) The Travelling Music Show, London, 1978. Lyrics, Over the Rainbow, London, 1978. Book, lyrics, and music, Sherlock Holmes—The Musical, Cambridge Theatre, London, 1989. Adaptor of score (with Henry Mancini), Victor/Victoria (based on his music for the film), Marquis Theatre, New York City, 1995–1997. Book and score, Dr. Dolittle, Broadway production, 1997. Book and lyrics (composed by Frank Wildhorn), Jekyll & Hyde, Alley Theatre, Houston, TX, 1990, then Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1997–2001.

CREDITS Stage Appearances: Tip and Run (musical revue), Cambridge Footlight Revues, Cambridge, England, 1952. An Evening with Beatrice Lillie (revue), Globe Theatre, London, 1954. Stage Work: Director, Out of the Blue (revue), Cambridge Footlight Revues, Cambridge, England, then Phoenix Theatre, London, 1954. Television Appearances; Specials: Songwriters Hall of Fame 20th Anniversary ... The Magic of Music, CBS, 1989. Julie Andrews: Back on Broadway, PBS, 1995. Interviewee, Broadway ’97: Launching the Tonys, PBS, 1997. Interviewee, Intimate Portrait: Joan Collins, Lifetime, 2003.

Screenplays: (With John Cresswell; including song ⬙Out of Town⬙) Charley Moon (musical), British Lion, 1956. (With Frederick Raphael) Bachelor of Hearts, Rank, 1958. (With Vivian A. Cox) The Swinging Maiden (also known as The Iron Maiden), Columbia, 1963. The Very Edge, 1963.

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Three Hats for Lisa, Seven Hills/Warner Bros./Pathe, 1965. Adaptor, Stop the World—I Want to Get Off (based on the stage play), Warner Bros., 1966. Dr. Dolittle, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1967. Scrooge, Waterbury/National General, 1970. (With others) Sunday Lovers (also known as An Englishman’s Home, Les seducteurs, and I seduttori della domenica), United Artists, 1980. Bullseye!, 1990. Film Music: (With Talbot Rothwell and Eric Rogers) Three Hats for Lisa, Seven Hills/Warner Bros./Pathe, 1965. Adaptor of score, Stop the World—I Want to Get Off (based on the stage play), Warner Bros., 1966. Lyrics and score, including song ⬙Talk to the Animals,⬙ Dr. Dolittle, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1967. Lyrics and music (with John Williams), Goodbye Mr. Chips, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1969. (With Ian Fraser and Herbert W. Spencer) Book, lyrics, and music, including song ⬙Thank You Very Much,⬙ Scrooge, Waterbury/National General, 1970. (With Anthony Newley and Walter Scharf) Lyrics and music, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Paramount, 1971. Adaptor of libretto, lyrics (with Newley), and music, Sammy Stops the World (also known as Stop the World—I Want to Get Off), Ed Rood Sr./Special Events Entertainment, 1978. Lyrics (composed by Henry Mancini), Victor/Victoria, United Artists, 1982. The Land before Time IV: Journey through the Mists, 1996. Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch, Curtco/Patrick Curtis and RCR Productions, 1997. (As Leslie Brecusse) Talegaver til boern—10 aars jubilaeum, CMC Records, 2003.

Television Music; Specials: Peter Pan, NBC, 1976. Lyrics and music, Babes in Toyland, 1986. Adaptor, Stop the World, I Want to Get Off! (based on his earlier work), Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Lyrics, ⬙Crazy World⬙ and ⬙Two for the Road,⬙ Monica Mancini ... On Record, PBS, 1998. Book and lyrics, Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical, multiple networks, 2001. Television Music; Series: Theme song lyrics, Hart To Hart, 1979. Theme song (with Alison Tipton), I’m a Big Girl Now, ABC, 1980.

Songs Featured in Films: ⬙Take It from Me,⬙ We Joined the Navy, 1962. (With Anthony Newley) Lyrics for title song, Goldfinger, United Artists, 1964. Lyrics for title song, Penelope, 1966. (With Jerry Goldsmith) Title song, In Like Flint, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1967. (With others) ⬙I Like the Look,⬙ Gunn, Paramount, 1967. Lyrics for title song, You Only Live Twice (also known as Ian Fleming’s You Only Live Twice), United Artists, 1967. Lyrics and music for title song, A Guide for the Married Man, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1967. Salt and Pepper, 1968. Title song, Sweet November, 1968. ⬙Can You Read My Mind,⬙ Superman (also known as Superman: The Movie), Warner Bros., 1978. ⬙Move ’em Out,⬙ Revenge of the Pink Panther, United Artists, 1978.

Television Music; Other: With Love, Sophia, 1967. ADAPTATIONS Bricusse’s original stage and film music has been featured in other films, including The Fabulous Baker Boys, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1989; The Taking of Beverly Hills, Sony Pictures Releasing, 1991; Vegas Vacation, Warner Bros., 1997; and Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, New Line Cinema, 1999. His film lyrics have been featured in numerous television specials, such as Evening at Pops, PBS, 1988; Julie 52

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Andrews: Back on Broadway, PBS, 1995; and Roger Williams: Pop Goes the Ivories, PBS, 1999; and in broadcasts of several Academy Awards presentations. His songs have been featured in stage productions, including Crazy World: The Songs of Leslie Bricusse (cabaret revue), Theatre at Don’t Tell Mama, New York City, 2001, 2002; Lyrics & Lyricists: The British Invasion, Theatre at the 92nd Street Y, New York City, 2002; and Jeremy Ebenstein, Theatre at Miss Elle’s, New York City, 2003. Bricusse’s songs have been recorded by many performing artists and included in various cast and soundtrack albums.

CREDITS Stage Director: Long Day’s Journey into Night, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1966. Misalliance, Long Wharf Theatre, 1967. The Glass Menagerie, Long Wharf Theatre, 1967. The Rehearsal, Long Wharf Theatre, 1967. The Indian Wants the Bronx, London, 1967. A Whistle in the Dark, Long Wharf Theatre, 1968. Don Juan in Hell, Long Wharf Theatre, 1968. The Lion in Winter, Long Wharf Theatre, 1968. A Whistle in the Dark, Mercury Theatre, New York City, 1969. The Indian Wants the Bronx and It’s Called Sugar Plum (double–bill), Long Wharf Theatre, 1969. Ghosts, Long Wharf Theatre, 1969. Tango, Long Wharf Theatre, 1969. Hay Fever, Helen Hayes Theatre, New York City, 1970. Country People, Long Wharf Theatre, 1970. Spoon River Anthology, Long Wharf Theatre, 1970. Yegor Bulichov, Long Wharf Theatre, 1970. Long Day’s Journey into Night, Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1971. You Can’t Take It with You, Long Wharf Theatre, 1971. The Contractor, Long Wharf Theatre, 1971. Solitaire/Double Solitaire, Long Wharf Theatre, 1971, then John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1971. Hamlet, Long Wharf Theatre, 1972. The Iceman Cometh, Long Wharf Theatre, 1972. What Price Glory?, Long Wharf Theatre, 1972. The Changing Room, Long Wharf Theatre, 1972. ⬙A Swan Song⬙ in Troika, Long Wharf Theatre, 1972. Juno and the Paycock, Long Wharf Theatre, 1973. The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd, Long Wharf Theatre, 1973. Forget–Me–Not Lane, Long Wharf Theatre, 1973, then Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 1973. The Seagull, Long Wharf Theatre, 1974. The National Health, Long Wharf Theatre, 1974, then Circle in the Square, New York City, 1974. Saint Joan, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, 1974. Juno and the Paycock, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, 1974. Ah, Wilderness!, Long Wharf Theatre, 1974, then Circle in the Square, 1975. Artichoke, Long Wharf Theatre, 1975. The Archbishop’s Ceiling, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, 1976–1977.

BROWN, Arvin 1940– PERSONAL Full name, Arvin Bragin Brown; born May 24, 1940, in Los Angeles, CA; son of Herman S. and Annette R. (maiden name, Edelman) Brown; married Joyce Ebert (an actress), November 2, 1969 (deceased August, 1997). Education: Stanford University, B.A., 1961; University of Bristol, certificate in drama (Fulbright scholar), 1962; Harvard University, M.A., 1963; postgraduate work, Yale School of Drama, Yale University, 1963–65. Career: Director and producer. Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, supervisor of apprentice program, 1965, director of Children’s Theatre, 1965–67, artistic director, 1967–97; Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, associate director, 1969; Salzburg Seminar, Salzburg, Austria, lecturer on directing, 1972; International Theatre Conference, Bulgaria, Hungary, delegate, 1979; guest lecturer, New Play Center, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1980, and University of Illinois at Urbana, 1980 and 1982. Member: Theatre Communications Group (codirector, 1972–1976), National Endowment for the Arts (Theatre Advisory Panel), International Theatre Institute, Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, Directors Guild. Awards, Honors: Vernon Rice Award, best off– Broadway director, 1971, for Long Day’s Journey into Night; Variety Critics’ Poll Award, best off–Broadway director, 1971; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best director of a play, 1975, for The National Health; Antoinette Perry Award nominations, best reproduction, 1983, for A View from the Bridge; Boston Theatre Critics Award, and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best reproduction, 1984, for American Buffalo; Antoinette Perry Award, best reproduction, 1985, and 53

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Privates on Parade, Long Wharf Theatre, 1978. I Sent a Letter to My Love, Long Wharf Theatre, 1978. Mary Barnes, Long Wharf Theatre, 1979. Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Long Wharf Theatre, 1979. Strangers, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1979. Watch on the Rhine, Long Wharf Theatre, 1979, then John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1980. American Buffalo, Long Wharf Theatre, 1980, then Circle in the Square Downtown, New York City, 1981–1982, later Booth Theatre, New York City, 1983–1984. Open Admissions, Long Wharf Theatre, 1982. The Cherry Orchard, Long Wharf Theatre, 1982. Free and Clear, Long Wharf Theatre, 1982. A View from the Bridge, Long Wharf Theatre, 1982, then Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 1983. Tobacco Road, Long Wharf Theatre, 1984. Albert Herring, Long Wharf Theatre, 1984. Requiem for a Heavyweight, Long Wharf Theatre, 1984, then Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1985. Joe Egg (also known as A Day in the Death of Joe Egg), Roundabout Theatre, New York City, 1984–1985, then Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1985. The Normal Heart, Long Wharf Theatre, 1985. All My Sons, Long Wharf Theatre, 1986, then John Golden Theatre, 1987. Self Defense, Long Wharf Theatre, 1987, then Joyce Theatre, New York City, 1987. Our Town, Long Wharf Theatre, 1987. Ah, Wilderness!, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1988, then Neil Simon Theatre, New York City, 1988. The Crucible, Long Wharf Theatre, 1989. Stage II Workshops: Established Price, Long Wharf Theatre, 1990. The Voysey Inheritance, Long Wharf Theatre, 1990. Picnic, Long Wharf Theatre, 1990. Booth Is Back, Long Wharf Theatre, 1991. A Touch of the Poet, Long Wharf Theatre, 1991. Chinese Coffee, Circle in the Square Uptown, New York City, 1992. Private Lives, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1992. A Month in the Country, Long Wharf Theatre, 1992. The Twilight of the Golds, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1993. Absurd Person Singular, Long Wharf Theatre, 1993. Misalliance, Long Wharf Theatre, 1994. Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Long Wharf Theatre, 1994. The Entertainer, Long Wharf Theatre, 1995. Denial, Long Wharf Theatre, 1995. A Song at Twilight, Long Wharf Theatre, 1996.

Stage Director; Opera: Albert Herring, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1985. Turandot, Connecticut Grand Opera, 1986. The Tender Land, Long Wharf Theatre, 1987. Don Giovanni, Virginia Opera, 1987. Regina, Long Wharf Theatre, 1988. Anna Bolena, Virginia Opera, 1989. Cosi fan tutte, Virginia Opera, 1991. Porgy and Bess, Metropolitan Opera, 1992. The Crucible, Tulsa Opera, 1995. Television Director; Episodic: ⬙Changing of the Guard,⬙ Picket Fences, CBS, 1995. ⬙The Parent Rap,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 1996. ⬙My Romance,⬙ Picket Fences, CBS, 1996. ⬙The Z Files,⬙ Picket Fences, CBS, 1996. ⬙Jealousy,⬙ Relativity, 1996. ⬙World’s without Love,⬙ Ally McBeal, Fox, 1998. ⬙Driveway to Heaven,⬙ To Have & to Hold, CBS, 1998. ⬙Another Day,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 1998. ⬙Love and Honor,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 1998. ⬙Free Dental,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 1999. ⬙Committed,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 1999. ⬙Music from My Life,⬙ Any Day Now, Lifetime, 1999. ⬙Higher Calling,⬙ Snoops, ABC, 1999. ⬙285 South: Part 1,⬙ Roswell (also known as Roswell High), The WB, 1999. ⬙Settling,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 2000. ⬙Summary Judgments,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 2000. ⬙Brothers’ Keepers,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 2000. ⬙Learner’s Permit,⬙ Once and Again, ABC, 2000. ⬙Ex, Lies and Videotape,⬙ Popular, The WB, 2000. ⬙Vanished: Part 1,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 2001. ⬙The Claw Is Our Master,⬙ Judging Amy, CBS, 2001. ⬙Neutral Corners,⬙ Ally McBeal, Fox, 2001. ⬙Loyalties,⬙ The Guardian, CBS, 2001. ⬙Nice Guys Finish Last,⬙ Ed (also known as Stuckeyville), NBC, 2002. ⬙Sleeping Dogs Lie,⬙ The Agency, CBS, 2002. ⬙Blood Relatives,⬙ Crossing Jordan, NBC, 2002. ⬙The Gift of Life,⬙ Crossing Jordan, NBC, 2002. ⬙Scared Straight,⬙ Crossing Jordan, NBC, 2002. ⬙Fire and Ice,⬙ Crossing Jordan, NBC, 2003. ⬙The Making of a Trial Attorney,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 2003. Also directed episodes of Moloney; 413 Hope Street, Fox; Nothing Sacred, ABC; Party of Five, Fox; Dawson’s Creek, The WB; Kate Brasher. Television Director; Specials: ⬙The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd,⬙ Theatre in America, PBS, 1974. ⬙Forget–Me–Not Lane,⬙ Theatre in America, PBS, 1975. ⬙Ah, Wilderness!,⬙ Theatre in America, PBS, 1976. Close Ties, E! Entertainment Television, 1983. The Gin Game, PBS, 2003.

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Television Director; Movies: Diary of the Dead, 1980. A Change of Heart (also known as Promises & Lies), Lifetime, 1998. The Inspector General, 2000. Just Ask My Children, Lifetime, 2001. Open House, CBS, 2003. Too Many Lovers, 2003. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: American Theatre, July, 2001.

BROWN, Garrett M. (Garrett Brown) PERSONAL Divorced; children: one daughter. Addresses: Agent—Accent Talent, 37 East 28th St., Suite 500, New York, NY 10016. Career: Actor, writer, and director. Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City, member of company, also artistic director of Los Angeles Project, 1998–99. Voice performer for commercials.

Television Appearances; Specials: John Henderson, The Almost Royal Family, ABC, 1984. Film Appearances: (As Garrett Brown) Actor Zelig, Zelig, Orion/Warner Bros., 1983. Mr. Kaiser, Lucas, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1986. Bob Russell, Uncle Buck, Universal, 1989. (As Garrett Brown) Manager of Los Angeles airport, Turbulence, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1997. Webb Crosby, Inventing the Abbotts, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1997. William McPhie, No More Baths, Feature Films for Families, 1998. Mr. Williams, The Sky Is Falling, Showcase Entertainment, 2000. The Priests, Cause a Tiger, 2000. Henry Ramaska, Bobby’s Whore, Immortal Entertainment, 2000.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Taylor Brown, What a Country, syndicated, 1986. John Whitsig, Sisters, NBC, 1991–1995. Philip Evans, a recurring role, Roswell, The WB, 2000–2001, UPN, 2001–2002. Television Appearances; Movies: Gordon, Apology, HBO, 1986. Bob Shields, Jenny’s Song, syndicated, 1988. Roger Townsend, The Care and Handling of Roses, CBS, 1996. Dana Pillsbury, Can of Worms, The Disney Channel, 1999. George Walker, Taking Back Our Town, Lifetime, 2001.

Stage Appearances: Chester Underwood, Whoopee! (musical), American National Theatre and Academy Playhouse, New York City, 1979. And Still the Dogs, Los Angeles Project, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Lillian Theatre, Los Angeles, 2002.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Richard Manzak, ⬙Caulksmanship,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 1996. Jerry Fleiss, ⬙Quentin Gets His Gun,⬙ Grace under Fire, ABC, 1997. 55

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Stage Director: ⬙Ambulance Men,⬙ Octoberfest 2002, Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City, 2002. WRITINGS Stage Plays: Home by Dusk, produced at Los Angeles Project, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Los Angeles, 2000–2001. ⬙Ambulance Men,⬙ Octoberfest 2002, produced at Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City, 2002.

BROWN, Peter 1935– PERSONAL Original name, Pierre de Lappe; born October 5, 1935, in New York, NY; son of Mina Reaume (a radio and stage actress); stepson of Albert Brown; married Diane Jergens, September 6, 1958 (divorced, 1959); married Sandra Edmundson, 1964 (divorced); married Yvette Safargy (a model), November 14, 1971 (divorced, 1974); married Mary, 1986 (marriage ended, c. 1998); children: (second marriage) Matthew; (with Amber Karlson) one son; some sources cite a third child. Education: Studied acting at University of California, Los Angeles, beginning 1956. Avocational Interests: Horses, outdoor activities, tennis and other sports. Addresses: Agent—Agency for the Performing Arts, 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 900, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actor. Appeared on children’s radio programs, early 1940s; owner of a production company. Participant in celebrity charity sporting events. Military service: U.S. Army, Infantry, 1954–56.

Film Work: Executive Producer, Gentle Savage (also known as Camper John), Cinemation Industries, 1973.

Member: Screen Actors Guild.

Television Appearances; Series: Deputy Johnny McKay, Lawman, 1958–1962. Chad Cooper, Laredo, NBC, 1965–1967. Dr. Greg Peters, Days of Our Lives (also known as Cruise of Deception: Days of Our Lives, Days, and DOOL), NBC, 1972–1979. Robert Laurence, The Young and the Restless (also known as Y & R), CBS, 1981–1982, 1989–1991. Roger Forbes, Loving, ABC, 1983–1984. Charles Sanders III, One Life to Live (also known as One Life to Live: The Summer of Seduction), ABC, 1986–1987. Doctor, Generations, 1989. Blake Hayes, The Bold and the Beautiful (also known as Belleza y poder), CBS, 1991–1992.

CREDITS Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Voice of airman interviewing Major Gruver, Sayonara, Warner Bros., 1957. Clark, Onionhead (scenes deleted), Warner Bros., 1958. Rollo Burns, Darby’s Rangers (also known as The Young Invaders), Warner Bros., 1958. (Uncredited) Alex, Marjorie Morningstar, Warner Bros., 1958. Voice of sentry outside army tent, Westbound, Warner Bros., 1959. Bullseye, Merrill’s Marauders, Warner Bros., 1962. 56

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Chris Semple, ⬙Point Blank,⬙ Maverick, ABC, 1957. Dave, ⬙The Peacemaker,⬙ Colt .45, ABC, 1957. Rip Fallon, ⬙Stage West,⬙ Maverick, ABC, 1957. Clay, ⬙Top Hand,⬙ Cheyenne, ABC, 1957. Jed Wayne, ⬙Renegades,⬙ Cheyenne, ABC, 1958. ⬙Ghost of Cimarron,⬙ Cheyenne, ABC, 1958. Davey, ⬙Hideout,⬙ Sugarfoot, ABC, 1958. Johnny McKay, ⬙The Trial of the Canary Kid,⬙ Sugarfoot, ABC, 1959. Deputy Johnny McKay, ⬙Hadley’s Hunters,⬙ Maverick, ABC, 1960. Teo, ⬙Lalama Lady,⬙ Hawaiian Eye, ABC, 1962. Ross Andrews, ⬙Pocketful of Stars,⬙ Cheyenne, ABC, 1962. Trace Morgan, ⬙Wolf, Cried the Blonde,⬙ 77 Sunset Strip, 1962. Timmy Ellison, ⬙The Gang’s All Here,⬙ 77 Sunset Strip, 1962. ⬙Forecast: Low Clouds and Coastal Fog,⬙ The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, CBS, 1963. Lieutenant Hodges, ⬙The Bridge,⬙ The Gallant Men, ABC, 1963. Benedict O’Brien, ⬙The Adam MacKenzie Story,⬙ Wagon Train, ABC, 1963. ⬙Death of a Cop,⬙ The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, CBS, 1963. Johnny Porter, ⬙The Blooded Bull,⬙ Redigo, NBC, 1963. Aaron Balfour, ⬙The Geneva Balfour Story,⬙ Wagon Train, ABC, 1964. Lieutenant Ben Hollister, ⬙The Action of the Tiger,⬙ Kraft Suspense Theatre, 1964. Craig Ryan, ⬙Return a Stranger,⬙ The Virginian, NBC, 1964. Chad Cooper, ⬙We’ve Lost a Train,⬙ The Virginian, NBC, 1965. The prince, ⬙A Prince of a Ranger,⬙ Laredo, NBC, 1966. Tom Conlan, ⬙A Small Taste of Justice,⬙ The Virginian, NBC, 1967. Franklin, ⬙The Debt,⬙ The Mod Squad, ABC, 1969. Scott Norton, ⬙War Games,⬙ The Most Deadly Game, ABC, 1970. Johnny Brown, ⬙Blind,⬙ Mission: Impossible, CBS, 1971. ⬙Deadlock,⬙ Medical Center, CBS, 1972. Stan Conners, ⬙Tennis, Emily?,⬙ The Bob Newhart Show, CBS, 1972. Ray Weaver, ⬙The Vanishing Lady,⬙ The Magician, NBC, 1973. ⬙Love, Mabel,⬙ Policy Story, NBC, 1974. ⬙The Covenant,⬙ Marcus Welby, M.D., ABC, 1975. ⬙Murder on Ice,⬙ Matt Helm, ABC, 1975. Officer Brady, ⬙One Last Trick,⬙ The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1977. Tim Bolt, ⬙Hot Wheels,⬙ Wonder Woman, CBS, 1978. Mark Correll, ⬙Angels Ahoy,⬙ Charlie’s Angels, ABC, 1978. Richie, ⬙The Pageant,⬙ Vega$, ABC, 1978. Floyd Baker, ⬙Officer Daisy Duke,⬙ The Dukes of Hazzard, CBS, 1980.

Television Appearances; Other: Raymond Pera, Hunters Are for Killing (also known as Hard Frame), 1970. Bill Kelly, Salvage, 1979. McCain, Top of the Hill, 1980. Bodyguard, The Girl, the Gold Watch, & Everything (movie), syndicated, 1980. Cover Up (pilot), CBS, 1984. Himself, The Calendar Girl Murders (also known as Insatiable and Victimized), 1984. Sando, Tanamera–Lion of Singapore (miniseries), Ten Network (Australia), 1988. Stage Appearances: Appeared in productions of Desire under the Elms, Horseshoe Theatre; and Teach Me How to Cry, Gallery Theatre. OTHER SOURCES Electronic: Official Peter Brown Fan Site, http://www.peterbrown. tv, July 6, 2003.

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School; studied with Nikos Psachorapolous and Sue Seton in New York.

Captain, Twelfth Night, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 2002. General, The Fourth Sister, Vineyard Theatre, New York City, 2002. Frank/Kaplan, Eight Days (Backwards), Vineyard Theatre, New York City, 2003. Buicks, McGinn–Cazale Theatre, New York City, 2003.

Career: Actor. CREDITS

Also appeared in Lorenzaccio; Picasso at the Lapine Agile, Broadway production; as Jimmy Johnson/Louis Howe, Annie, Broadway production; Harry, Declasse, Lion Theater, New York; Verges, Much Ado about Nothing, Yale Repertory Theatre; Perry, The Royal Family, Philadelphia Drama Guild; Jim, The Glass Menagerie, Philadelphia Drama Guild; Bernardo/Second Grave Digger, Hamlet, Philadelphia Drama Guild; Poulengey/ D’Estivet, St. Joan, Philadelphia Drama Guild; Albert Proesser, Hobson’s Choice, Philadelphia Drama Guild; Tom Snout, A Midsummer’s Night Dream, Alaska Repertory; Slovitch, Fools, Alaska Repertory; Christopher Wren, The Mousetrap, Birmingham Theatre; appeared as The King, Big River, Broadway production; Anna Karenina, Broadway production; Derek, Quartermaine’s Terms, Playhouse 91 and Old Globe Theatre, San Diego, CA; Bert Lahr, Lahr and Mercedes, Denver Center Theatre; Vandals, Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center; Marcellus, The Music Man, Starlight Theatre; and as Mendy, Lisbon Lisbon Traviata, Seattle Repertory Theatre.

Stage Appearances: (Off–Broadway debut) Crazy Now, 1972. (Broadway debut) Derek, Once a Catholic, Helen Hayes Theatre, 1979. Frog (a busboy), Dodger coach, and Brian Waterhouse, The First, Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1981. Jailer, Promenade, Theatre Off Park, New York City, 1983. Nick Finchling, The Common Pursuit, Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1986–1987. Charlie, The Foreigner, Alaska Repertory Theatre, Anchorage, AK, 1987. Red, Coyote Ugly, New York Theatre Workshop, Perry Street Theatre, New York City, 1987. Bowery Boy and Mr. Thompson, Alias Jimmy Valentine, Musical Theatre Works, New York City, 1988. Wally Gruber, Kiss Me Quick before the Lava Reaches the Village, Music Theatre Works, New York City, 1988. Gus Bottomly, Welcome to the Club, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1989. Casimir, Aristocrats, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1989. Maitre Simon, La Fleche, Simon, and Officer’s Assistant, The Miser, Circle in the Square Uptown, New York City, 1990. Harry, The Life, Westbeth Theatre Center, New York City, 1990. Francis Tear and Mr. Ponce, Bad Habits, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1990. Leslie Bainbridge, Taking Steps, Circle in the Square Uptown, 1991. Judge Alex T. Waldman, Groundhog, Manhattan Theatre Club Stage II, New York City, 1992. Stagehand, Elmo, Out of Work Man, Fisherman, Bumfork Tramp, and Spectacle Inspector, On the Bum, or The Next Train Through, Playwrights Horizons, New York City, 1992. Minister and Mr. Simpson, The Who’s Tommy, St. James Theatre, New York City, 1993–1995. Edgar Beane, Titanic, Lunt–Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1997–1998. M Loyal, Tartuffe, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, New York City, 1999. The Winter’s Tale, Delacorte Theatre, 2000. Waste, American Place Theatre, New York City, 2000. Officer Barrel, Urinetown, Henry Miller’s Theatre, New York City, 2001–2002. Innkeeper, Andorra, Lucille Lortel Theatre, New York City, 2002.

Major Tours: Appeared as Judas/Herbie, Godspell, Jameson, Passion of Dracula, and as Thatcher, Harvey Wilkes, and Silas Phelps, Big River, all U.S. cities. Film Appearances: Danny, Wind, TriStar, 1992. Minister, Mr. Simpson, and ensemble member, The Who’s Tommy, the Amazing Journey, 1993. Band director, Miracle on 34th Street, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1994. Mr. Wiener, Welcome to the Dollhouse (also known as Middle Child), Sony Pictures Classics, 1995. Officer Dan, The Love Letter, DreamWorks, 1999. Court doctor, Requiem for a Dream (also known as Delusion over Addiction), Artisan Entertainment, 2000. Eddie, The American Astronaut, Artistic License, 2001. Fred Kappler, Spy Game, Universal, 2001. Also appeared in Wet Exit; Quiz Show. Television Appearances; Series: Judge Walker, The Guiding Light (also known as Guiding Light), CBS, 1999. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Bernardo, Hamlet, Odyssey, 2000. 58

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Douglas Pomerantz, ⬙Right to Counsel,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1993. Frank, ⬙The Parent Trap,⬙ Cosby, 1999. Bob, ⬙The World of Possibility,⬙ Ed, NBC, 2000. Chris Paley, ⬙Amends,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 2000. ⬙Joe Must Go,⬙ 100 Centre Street, Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Also appeared in Ryan’s Hope, ABC; as Homer, All My Children, ABC; Cavanaugh, One Life to Live, ABC; Fuller, ⬙Are You There, Alpha Centauri?,⬙ H.E.L.P., ABC. RECORDINGS Video Games: Various voices, Mafia, Take 2 Interactive, 2002.

Television Appearances; Series: Mark Potter, Reggie, ABC, 1983. Dr. John ⬙J. T.⬙ McIntyre, Jr., Trapper John, M.D., CBS, 1984–1986. Elliot Weston, thirtysomething, ABC, 1989–1991. Sam Byrd, The Byrds of Paradise, ABC, 1994. Tom McManus, Champs, ABC, 1996. Danny Concannon, a recurring role, The West Wing, NBC, 1999–2000, 2002–2003.

BUSFIELD, Timothy 1957– (Tim Busfield) PERSONAL Born June 12, 1957, in Lansing, MI; son of Roger (a drama professor) and Jean (a secretary) Busfield; married Radha Delamarter (an actress and director; divorced, 1986); married Jennifer Merwin (a fashion designer), 1988; children: (first marriage) Willy; (second marriage) Daisy, Samuel. Education: Graduated from East Tennessee State University; trained for the stage at the Actors Theatre of Louisville.

Television Appearances; Movies: Paul Jarrett, Strays, USA Network, 1991. Elfred Schultz, Calendar Girl, Cop Killer? The Bambi Bembenek Story (also known as The Heart of the Lie), ABC, 1992. Del Calvin, Fade to Black, USA Network, 1993. Assistant District Attorney John Thorn, Murder between Friends, NBC, 1994. Detective Walt Keller, In the Shadow of Evil, CBS, 1995. Pete Honeycutt, In the Line of Duty: Kidnapped (also known as In the Line of Duty: Taxman), NBC, 1995. Matthew Grissom, Shadow of a Scream (also known as The Unspeakable, Criminal Pursuit, and Roger Corman Presents The Unspeakable), 1997. Major Robert Carr, Buffalo Soldiers, TNT, 1997. Ray, Trucks, USA Network, 1997. Walter Ference, When Secrets Kill, ABC, 1997. Connor Thornton, Dream House, UPN, 1998. Henry, Carson’s Vertical Suburbia, 1998. Clayton Shepherd, The Darklings, Fox Family, 1999. Frank Shawson, Time at the Top, Showtime, 1999. Father Donnelly, Wanted, Cinemax, 2000. Elliott Nesher, Terminal Error (also known as Peace Virus), PAX, 2001. Franklin, Dead in a Heartbeat, TBS, 2002.

Addresses: Agent—c/o William Morris Agency, 151 South El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212–2704; Brad Slater, Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor, producer, and director. Circle Repertory Co., New York City, member of company, 1981; Fantasy Theatre (a professional touring acting company), Sacramento, CA, cofounder with brother Buck, 1986; The ⬙B⬙ Theatre, Sacramento, cofounder and coproducer with brother Buck, 1992; semi–professional baseball player for nine years. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award, outstanding supporting actor in a drama series, 1991, for thirtysomething. CREDITS

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Stage Appearances: Puck, Robin Goodfellow, Johnson City, TN, 1975. Talley and Son, Circle Repertory Company, New York City, 1981. A Life, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1981. Hotspur, Richard II, Circle Repertory Company, Entermedia Theatre, New York City, 1982. Understudy for the roles of Eugene and Stanley, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Alvin Theatre, New York City, 1983. (Broadway debut) Lieutenant Daniel Kaffee, A Few Good Men, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1990. Also appeared in Young Playwrights Festival, Circle Repertory Company; Richard II; A Tale Told; Mass Appeal; The Tempest; Getting Out; Founder; A Life.

Also appeared in After M*A*S*H, CBS; The Paper Chase, Showtime; and Love American Style, ABC.

Major Tours: Toured in Getting Out, Actors Theatre of Louisville, European and Israeli cities.

Television Appearances; Specials: Host, ⬙Don’t Divorce the Children,⬙ Your Family Matters, Lifetime, 1990. The Search for the New Ideal Man, ABC, 1992. ⬙Addicted to Fame,⬙ First Person with Maria Shriver, NBC, 1994. The ESPY Awards, ESPN, 1996. Walter Gordon, What’s Right with America, CBS, 1997. Celebrity Profile: Jennifer Love Hewitt, 2000. Interviewee, Intimate Portrait: Patricia Heaton, Lifetime, 2001. Inside ⬙thirtysomething⬙, Bravo, 2001. Interviewee, Initmate Portrait: Jane Kaczmarek, Lifetime, 2002. I Love the ⬘80s, VH1, 2002.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Playboy, June, 1990, pp. 57–76.

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Television Appearances; Pilots: Matt, Stuck in the Middle with You, NBC, 2003.

Born May 14, 1952, in Dumbarton, Scotland; immigrated to the United States, 1958; British citizen; son of Thomas (an electrical engineer) and Emily Anderson (a special education teacher; maiden name, Brown) Byrne; married Adelle Ann Lutz (a costume designer and actress), July 8, 1987; children: Malu Abeni Valentine. Education: Attended Rhode Island School of Design, 1970–71, and Maryland Institute College of Art, 1971–72.

Television Director; Episodic: ⬙Her Cup Runneth Over,⬙ thirtysomething, ABC, 1990. ⬙The Difference between Men and Women,⬙ thirtysomething, ABC, 1991. ⬙A Stop at Willoughby,⬙ thirtysomething, ABC, 1991. ⬙ ... And Then You Die,⬙ First Years, NBC, 2001. ⬙There’s No Place Like Homo,⬙ First Years, NBC, 2001. ⬙Come Fly with Me,⬙ Lizzie McGuire, The Disney Channel, 2001. (And co–executive producer and supervising producer) Ed (also known as Stuckeyville), NBC, 2001–2003. ⬙Momento,⬙ That’s Life, ABC, 2002.

Addresses: Contact—c/o Luaka Bop, Warner Brothers Records, 75 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY, 10019–6908; 110 W. 57th St., New York, NY 10019. Career: Actor, musician, composer, producer, director, and screenwriter. Talking Heads (a rock group), songwriter, singer, and guitarist, 1975–92; Index Video, director and producer, 1983—; Luaka Bop (a record label), founder, c. 1988. Designer for the concert stage, lighting, album covers, and posters, 1977—; producer of record albums, 1980—; producer and director of

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music videos, with several in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York City; photographer, with work exhibited in solo shows in Belgium, The Netherlands, and New York City, 1994; illustrator, including art for Talking Heads albums.

Film Director: True Stories, Warner Bros., 1986. (With David Wild) April 16, 1989 (short film), 1988. (With Wild) Between the Teeth (concert film), Todo Mundo, 1994.

Member: Screen Actors Guild, Writers Guild of America East, Musicians Union, Texas Accordion Association (charter member, 1987).

Film Executive Producer: Umbabarauma, 1989. Film Work: Stage lighting designer, Stop Making Sense (concert film), Cinecom International, 1983. Song producer, Airheads, 1994. Executive music producer, Blue in the Face, 1995.

Awards, Honors: National Society of Film Critics Award, best documentary, 1984, for Stop Making Sense; Video Vanguard Award, MTV, 1985, for directing Talking Heads rock videos; New York Dance and Performance (Bessie) Award, best choreographer or creator, Dance Theatre Workshop, 1987, for The Knee Plays; Independent Spirit Award nomination, best first feature, 1987, for True Stories; MTV Music Video Award (with Talking Heads), group video, and MTV Music Video Award, video from a film, 1987, both for ⬙Wild Wild Life⬙ from True Stories; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award (with Ryuichi Sakamoto and Cong Su), best music, 1987, Academy Award (with Sakamoto and Su) and Golden Globe Award (with Sakamoto and Su), best original score, both 1988, Film Award nomination, best score, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Grammy Award, best album, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 1989, all for The Last Emperor; Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (as a member of the Talking Heads), inductee, 2002.

Television Appearances; Specials: Rolling Stone Magazine’s 20 Years of Rock and Roll (also known as Rolling Stone Magazine’s 20th Anniversary Special and Rolling Stone Presents 20 Years of Rock ’n’ Roll), ABC, 1987. Decade (also known as MTV’s Decade), syndicated, 1989. Red, Hot, and Blue, ABC, 1990. Racism: Points of View, syndicated, 1991. An Astronaut’s View of Earth, PBS, 1992. Dancing Barefoot, 1995. Lou Reed: Rock and Roll Heart, PBS, 1998. Interviewee, Video Killed the Radio Star (documentary), VH1, 2000. Interviewee, Rock and Roll Moments: Super Star Artists and Groups (documentary), The Learning Channel, 2001. 25 Years of Punk, VH1, 2001. (Uncredited) Hollywood Rocks the Movies: The 1970s, 2002.

CREDITS Film Appearances: The True Story of Eskimo Nell (also known as Dick Down Under), Filmways, 1975. The Blank Generation, 1976. Felix, Victor Frankenstein (also known as Terror of Frankenstein), 1977. Performer with Talking Heads, Stop Making Sense (concert film), Cinecom International, 1983. Narrator, True Stories, Warner Bros., 1986. The Kitchen Presents Two Moon July (also known as Two Moon July), 1986. Performer, Dead End Kids, Ikon, 1986. Completely Pogued, 1988. Heavy Petting, 1988. Bartender, Checking Out, Warner Bros., 1989. (Uncredited) Bis ans Ende der Welt (also known as Jusqu’au bout du monde and Until the End of the World), 1991. Between the Teeth (concert film), Todo Mundo, 1994. ⬘Laughing Man’ escort, Lulu on the Bridge, 1998. Introduction, The Art of Amalia (also known as A arte de Amalia), Avatar, 1999. In the Bathtub of the World, 2001.

Television Appearances; Series: Host, Sessions at West 54th, PBS, 1998–1999. Television Appearances; Episodic: (With Talking Heads) Saturday Night Live, 1979. Byron, ⬙A Family Tree,⬙ Trying Times, PBS, 1987. Alive from Off–Center, PBS, 1987. Survival Guides, PBS, 1987. Himself, ⬙Fire Drill,⬙ Space Ghost Coast to Coast, 1995. Sen kvaell med Luuk, 1997. Voice, ⬙Dude, Where’s My Ranch?,⬙ The Simpsons (animated), Fox, 2003. Also appeared in Austin City Limits, PBS; Rock & Roll. Television Work; Specials: Segment director, Red, Hot, and Blue, ABC, 1990. 61

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WRITINGS Screenplays: (With Beth Henley and Stephan Tobolowsky) True Stories, Warner Bros., 1986, published by Penguin with photographs by Byrne, 1986.

RECORDINGS Albums; with Talking Heads: Talking Heads: 77, Sire, 1977. More Songs about Buildings and Food, Sire, 1978. Fear of Music, Sire, 1979. Remain in Light, Sire, 1980. The Name of This Band Is Talking Heads, Sire, 1982. Speaking in Tongues, Sire, 1983. Stop Making Sense (soundtrack album), Sire, 1984. Little Creatures, Sire, 1985. True Stories, Sire, 1986. Naked, Sire, 1988. Popular Favorites 1976–1991/Sand in the Vaseline, 1992.

Television Episodes: ⬙Ile Aiye/The House of Life,⬙ Alive from Off Center, PBS, 1989. Film Composer: (With Talking Heads) Stop Making Sense, Cinecom International, 1983. (With Talking Heads) True Stories, Warner Bros., 1986. (With Ryuichi Sakamoto and Cong Su) The Last Emperor, Columbia, 1987. Songs by Byrne and Talking Heads have appeared in numerous films, including ⬙Burning Down the House,⬙ Revenge of the Nerds; ⬙And She Was,⬙ Look Who’s Talking; ⬙Heaven,⬙ Philadelphia; ⬙Road to Nowhere,⬙ Reality Bites; ⬙Burning Down the House,⬙ Someone Like You (also known as Animal Attraction); ⬙Once in a Lifetime,⬙ Down and Out in Beverly Hills; ⬙Burning Down the House,⬙ The Banger Sisters; Dead End Kids (also known as Dead End Kids: A Story of Nuclear Power); Something Wild; Married to the Mob; and Until the End of the World.

Albums: (With Brian Eno) My Life in the Bush of Ghosts, Sire, 1981. David Byrne: Songs from the Broadway Production of ⬙The Catherine Wheel,⬙ Sire, 1982. Music for the Knee Plays, Sire, 1985. The Making of The Last Emperor, Virgin, 1988. Rei Momo, Luaka Bop/Sire, 1989. The Forest, Sire, 1991. Uh–Oh, Warner Bros. Records, 1992. David Byrne, 1994. Feelings, Luaka Bop/Warner Bros., 1997. Look into the Eyeball, 2001.

Television Composer; Movies: Magicians of the Earth: The Giant Woman and the Lightning Man, 1989. Magicians of the Earth: A Young Man’s Dream and a Woman’s Secret, 1990. The Catherine Wheel, 1992.

Album Producer: O Samba, Luaka Bop/Sire, 1989. Beleza Tropical: Brazil Classics I, Sire/Fly, 1989. Canciones urgentes, 1991. Visible Mas, Imprint, 1999.

Television Composer; Specials: An Astronaut’s View of Earth, PBS, 1992.

Videos: Producer, director, and performer, Storytelling Giant, 1988.

Other Television Writing: Lyricist, Songs from Liquid Days, CBS, 1987.

Music Videos: (With Toni Basil) Director, ⬙Once in a Lifetime⬙ by Talking Heads, 1980. Director, ⬙Burning Down the House⬙ by Talking Heads, 1982. Director, ⬙This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)⬙ by Talking Heads, 1982. (With Steven Johnson) Director, ⬙Road to Nowhere⬙ by Talking Heads, 1985. Executive producer, ⬙Blind⬙ by Talking Heads, 1988. Executive producer, ⬙Nothing But Flowers⬙ by Talking Heads, 1988.

Stage Plays: The Tourist Way of Knowledge (performance art), produced at Public Theatre, New York City, 1985. (With Robert Wilson) The Forest, produced at Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) Opera House, Brooklyn, NY, then Berlin, Germany, both 1988. Stage Plays; Composer: (With Johnny Pacheco) The Catherine Wheel (dance piece), produced in New York City, 1981. 62

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BYRNE ADAPTATIONS Byrne’s song ⬙Stay Up Late⬙ was adapted for a children’s book by Maira Kalman, published by Viking Kestrel, 1987. OTHER SOURCES Books: Howell, John, David Byrne, Thunder’s Mouth Press (New York City), 1992.

Nonfiction: (Co–author and illustrator) What the Songs Look Like: The Illustrated Talking Heads (lyrics), Harper, 1987. (With David Mellor and William A. Ewing) Occupied Territory (edited by Lynne Cohen), Aperture Foundation, 1987. High Life for Nine Instruments, Argo, 1992. Strange Ritual: Pictures and Words, Chronicle Books, 1995. Your Action World: Winners and Losers with a New Attitude, Chronicle Books, 1999. The New Sins, McSweeney’s, 2001.

Periodicals: Artforum International, January, 2002, p. 35. Billboard, September 7, 1996, pp. 8–10; May 17, 1997, pp. 14–15. Interview, April, 2001, p. 74. New York Times, May 15, 2001, pp. E1–E2. Rolling Stone, April 21, 1988, p. 42.

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C (As Paul Calderone) First cop, Bad Lieutenant, Creative Exposure, 1993. Thomas Richie, The Firm, Paramount, 1993. Paul, Pulp Fiction, Miramax, 1994. Landwick, Hand Gun, Shooting Gallery, 1994. Jesus at Hambones, Clockers, MCA/Universal, 1995. Norman, ⬙The Man from Hollywood,⬙ Four Rooms, Miramax, 1995. Professor, The Addiction, October Films, 1995. Angel Delgado, Condition Red (also known as Condition Red—Haelytystila and Draussen lauert der Tod), Oak Islands Films/Overseas FilmGroup, 1995. Reinaldo ⬙Ricky⬙, Lotto Land, Cinepix Film Properties, 1996. Raymond, Sweet Nothing, Warner Bros., 1996. Hector, the medic, Cop Land, Buena Vista/Miramax, 1997. Carl, O.K. Garage (also known as All Revved Up), New City Releasing, 1998. Raymond Cruz, Out of Sight, MCA/Universal, 1998. Sergeant Diaz, One Tough Cop, Columbia TriStar, 1998. Sandro Guzman, Girlfight, Screen Gems, 2000. (Uncredited) Officer, Bait (also known as Piege), Warner Bros., 2000. Manny Rivera, Once in the Life, Lions Gate Films, 2000. Dellwo, The Last Castle, DreamWorks, 2001. Carlos DeJesus, Kill the Poor, InDigEnt, 2003.

CALDERON, Paul (Paul Calderone) PERSONAL Born in Puerto Rico; married; wife’s name Catherine ⬙Cathy⬙ (a director); children: two, including Gabriel Alonzo. Education: Attended Bernard M. Baruch College of the City University of New York. Career: Actor. Actors Studio, New York City, member of company; Intar Hispanic American Theatre, New York City, founding member of LAByrinth Theatre Company. Military service: Served in U.S. Army. Awards, Honors: Obie Award, outstanding performance, Village Voice, 1995, for Blade to the Heart. CREDITS Film Appearances: Hector, Tenement (also known as Game of Survival and Slaughter in the South Bronx), Reeltime Distributing, 1985. Tito, Band of the Hand, TriStar, 1986. Speed, Sticky Fingers, International Spectrafilm, 1988. Juan, Penn & Teller Get Killed (also known as Dead Funny), Warner Bros., 1989. Serafino, Sea of Love, Universal, 1989. Pizza, The Chair (also known as Hot Seat), Angelika Films, 1989. Roger Montalvo, Q & A, TriStar, 1990. Joey Dalesio, King of New York, Artisan Entertainment, 1990. Blacky, Criss Cross (also known as Alone Together), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1992.

Television Appearances; Movies: (As Paul Calderone) Street vendor, Rockabye, CBS, 1986. Anderez, The Old Man and the Sea (also known as Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea), NBC, 1990. Garcia, The Keys, NBC, 1992. Boulez, Montana (also known as Nothing Personal), HBO, 1998. Jessie, Oxygen, Cinemax, 1999. 64

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CALDWELL Troilus and Cressida, Public Theatre, New York City, 1995. Federico, Dancing on Her Knees, New York Shakespeare Festival, LuEsther Hall, Public Theatre, New York City, 1996. Second militia guard and Lieutenant Portuondo, Two Sisters and a Piano, New York Shakespeare Festival, Susan Stein Shiva Theatre, Public Theatre, 2000.

Television Appearances; Series: Ruben Fundora, Dream Street, NBC, 1989. Agent Del Delgado, One Life to Live (also known as One Life to Live: The Summer of Seduction), ABC, 1998.

Also appeared in productions of First Breeze of Summer, Richard III, and The Trial of Sgt. Deluca, all New York City.

Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙The Home Invaders,⬙ Miami Vice, NBC, 1985. ⬙Prodigal Son,⬙ Miami Vice, NBC, 1985. ⬙Reign of Terror,⬙ The Equalizer, CBS, 1985. ⬙Dead Drop,⬙ The Equalizer, CBS, 1986. ⬙Everybody’s in Showbiz...,⬙ Miami Vice, NBC, 1987. ⬙Shadow Play,⬙ The Equalizer, CBS, 1987. Father Torres, ⬙The Secret Sharers,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1991. ⬙Virus,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1993. Carlos Ortiz, ⬙To Protect and Serve,⬙ New York Undercover, Fox, 1994. Detective Jimmy Badillo, The Wright Verdicts, CBS, 1995. Emilio Vasquez, ⬙Innocent Bystanders,⬙ New York Undercover, Fox, 1995. Arnell Flores, ⬙Blue Boy,⬙ New York Undercover, Fox, 1996. Castille, ⬙Monster,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1998. Palmieri, ⬙Sunday in the Park with Jorge,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 2001. Mr. Caffey, ⬙Unfinished Business,⬙ Third Watch, NBC, 2001. Dan Martinez, ⬙An Open Book,⬙ The Education of Max Bickford, 2002. Jojo Rios, ⬙Legion,⬙ Law & Order: Criminal Intent, NBC, 2003.

RECORDINGS Music Videos: Appeared as dealer in the music video ⬙Bad⬙ by Michael Jackson, CBS Television, 1987.

CALDWELL, Zoe 1933– PERSONAL Original name, Ada Caldwell; born September 14, 1933, in Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia; daughter of A. E. (a plumber) and Zoe (a singer and dancer) Caldwell; married Robert Whitehead (a producer), May 9, 1968 (died June 15, 2002); children: William ⬙Sam⬙ Edgar, Charlie. Education: Attended Methodist Ladies College, Melbourne, Australia. Addresses: Contact—c/o Whitehead–Stevens, 1501 Broadway, New York, NY 10036.

Also appeared (as Paul Calderone) as Rosario in an episode of Dellaventura, CBS; and as Miguel Cortez, The Hat Squad.

Career: Actress and director. Neighborhood Playhouse, New York City, teacher of Shakespearean drama, 1970; Florida Atlantic University, Dorothy F. Schmidt Visiting Eminent Scholar in Theatre, 1989–93; previously worked as a pickle factory worker.

Television Appearances; Other: (As Paul Calderone) Bitong, Doubletake (miniseries), CBS, 1985. Lieutenant Vance Pickett, Dark Angel (pilot), Fox, 1996.

Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award, 1965–66; Antoinette Perry Award, best supporting dramatic actress, 1966, for Slapstick Tragedy; Drama League Distinguished Performance Award, 1968; Antoinette Perry Award, best dramatic actress, 1968, for The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie; Drama Desk Award, outstanding performance, 1970, for Colette; Order of the British Empire, 1970; Andrew Allen Award, best acting performance in radio, 1981; Drama Desk Award, best actress, and Antoinette Perry Award, best dramatic actress, 1982, both for Medea; Barrymore Award, outstanding performance by a lead actress in a play,

Stage Appearances: Short Eyes, Second Stage Theatre, McGinn–Cazale Theatre, New York City, 1985. Dealer and Che, Cuba and His Teddy Bear, New York Shakespeare Festival, Susan Stein Shiva Theatre, Public Theatre, then Longacre Theatre, both New York City, 1986. Mantequilla Decima, Blade to the Heart, New York Shakespeare Festival, Anspacher Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 1994. 65

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Ovation Award, lead actress in a play, 1995, Drama Desk Award, best actress in a play, Outer Critics Circle Award, outstanding performance by an actress, and Antoinette Perry Award, best actress, all 1996, all for Master Class; Elliot Norton Award, 1997, for lifetime achievement.

Title role, Mother Courage, Manitoba Theatre Center, 1964. Countess Aurelia, The Madwoman of Chaillot, Goodman Memorial Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1964. Millamant, The Way of the World, Minnesota Theatre Company, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, 1965. Grusha Vashnadze, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Minnesota Theatre Company, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, 1965. Frosine, The Miser, Minnesota Theatre Company, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, 1965. (Broadway debut) Sister Jean, The Devils, Broadway Theatre, 1966. Polly, ⬙The Gnadiges Fraulein,⬙ in Slapstick Tragedy (double–bill), Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1966. Orinthia, The Apple Cart, Shaw Festival, Niagara–on– the–Lake, Ontario, 1966. Lena Szczepanowska, Misalliance, Shaw Festival, 1966. Lady Anne, Richard III, Stratford Shakespeare Festival of Canada, 1967. Mrs. Page, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Stratford Shakespeare Festival of Canada, 1967. Cleopatra, Antony and Cleopatra, Stratford Shakespeare Festival of Canada, 1967. Title role, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Helen Hayes Theatre, 1968. Title role, Colette, Ellen Stewart Theatre, New York City, 1970. Emma, Lady Hamilton, A Bequest to the Nation, Haymarket Theatre, London, 1970. Eve, The Creation of the World and Other Business, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1972. Love and Master Will, Opera House, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, 1973. Alice, Dance of Death, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, New York City, 1974. Mary Cavan Tyrone, Long Day’s Journey into Night, Eisenhower Theatre, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 1975, then Brooklyn Academy of Music/Opera House, New York City, 1976. The Neighborhood Playhouse at 50: A Celebration, Shubert Theatre, 1978. Title role, Medea, Cort Theatre, New York City, 1982, then Clarence Brown Company, Knoxville, TN, 1982. Title role, Lillian (solo show), Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1986. Katharine Brynne, A Perfect Ganesh, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1993. Maria Callas, Master Class, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1995. Come A–Waltzing With Me, Boston University Theatre, Boston, MA, 1997. The Play What I Wrote, Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 2003.

CREDITS Stage Appearances: Title role, Major Barbara, Union Theatre Repertory Company, Melbourne, Australia, 1953. Bubba, The Seventeenth Doll, Elizabethan Theatre Trust, Sydney, Australia, 1954. Ophelia, Hamlet, Elizabethan Theatre Trust, 1954. Twelfth Night, Royal Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford–upon–Avon, England, 1958. Hamlet, Royal Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1958. Daughter of Antiochus, Pericles, Royal Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1958. Margaret, Much Ado about Nothing, Royal Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1958. Bianca, Othello, Royal Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1959. Cordelia, King Lear, Royal Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1959. Helena, All’s Well That Ends Well, Royal Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1959. A fairy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, 1959. (London debut) Whore, ⬙Cob and Leach,⬙ in Trials by Logue (double–bill), Royal Court Theatre, London, 1960. Ismene, Antigone, Royal Court Theatre, 1960. Isabella, The Changeling, Royal Court Theatre, 1961. Jacqueline, Jacques, Royal Court Theatre, 1961. Rosaline, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Stratford Shakespeare Festival of Canada, Stratford, Ontario, 1961. Sonja Downfahl, The Canvas Barricade, Stratford Shakespeare Festival of Canada, 1961. Pegeen Mike, The Playboy of the Western World, Manitoba Theatre Center, Winnipeg, Canada, 1961. Title role, Saint Joan, Adelaide Festival of the Arts, Adelaide, Australia, 1962. Ham Funeral, Elizabethan Theatre Trust, 1962. Nola Boyle, The Season at Sarsaparilla, Union Theatre Repertory Company, Union Theatre, Melbourne, Australia, 1962. Frosine, The Miser, Minnesota Theatre Company, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, 1963. Natalia, The Three Sisters, Minnesota Theatre Company, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, 1963. Woman, Death of a Salesman, Minnesota Theatre Company, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, 1963. Elizabeth Von Ritter, A Far Country, Crest Theatre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1964. 66

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CALLAN Also appeared in The Seagull; The Apple Cart; Macbeth; The Lady’s Not for Burning. Television Appearances; Episodic: The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, 1970. Margaret Lloyd, ⬙Old Lady Lloyd⬙ (also known as ⬙Song in the Night⬙), Road to Avonlea, The Disney Channel, 1990. Voice of Grand Councilwoman, ⬙Lilo & Stitch,⬙ Stitch! The TV Series, 2002.

Major Tours: Hamlet, Twelfth Night, and Romeo and Juliet, U.S.S.R. cities, 1958–1959. Also toured with her solo show.

Radio Appearances: Appeared as Arkadina, The Seagull, BBC; Sarah Bernhardt, Sarah, CBC.

Stage Work: Director, An Almost Perfect Person, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1977. Director, Richard II, Stratford Shakespeare Festival of Canada, Stratford, Ontario, 1979. Director, These Men, Harold Clurman Theatre, New York City, 1980. Director, Othello, Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, 1981. Director, The Taming of the Shrew, American Shakespeare Theatre, 1985. Director, Hamlet, American Shakespeare Theatre, 1985. Director, Macbeth, Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, 1988. Producer and director, A Christmas Carol, Hudson Theatre, New York City, 1990. Director, Park Your Car in Harvard Yard, American National Theatre Academy, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1991. Director, Vita and Virginia, New York City, 1995.

WRITINGS Autobiography: I Will Be Cleopatra: An Actress’s Journey, 2002. OTHER SOURCES Books: International Dictionary of Theatre, Volume 3: Actors, Directors, and Designers, St. James Press, 1996. Periodicals: New York, September 11, 1995, p. 64; May 13, 1996, p. 48. Opera News, September, 1997, p. 28. Publishers Weekly, August 20, 2001, p. 67. TheaterMania, June 2, 2000; December 31, 2001. Variety, January 21, 2002, p. 45.

Film Appearances: Countess, The Purple Rose of Cairo, Orion, 1985. Voice of Grand Councilwoman of the United Galactic Federation, Lilo & Stitch (animated), Buena Vista, 2002. Voice, Stitch! The Movie (animated), Buena Vista Home Video, 2003.

CALLAN, Michael 1935– (Mickey Calin)

Television Appearances; Movies: Sarah Bernhardt (title role), ⬙Sarah,⬙ Great Performances, PBS, 1977. Mrs. Kennedy, Lantern Hill (also known as Jane of Lantern Hill), The Disney Channel, 1990.

PERSONAL Original name, Martin Harris Calinieff (some sources spell the surname ⬙Calinoff⬙); born November 22, 1935, in Philadelphia, PA; married Carlyn Chapman, 1960 (divorced, 1967); married Patricia Hardy (an actress), 1967 (divorced); married Karen Malouf (divorced); children: (with Chapman) Dawn, Rebecca. Avocational Interests: Tennis, jogging, backgammon.

Television Appearances; Specials: Witness to Yesterday, 1974. The 36th Annual Tony Awards, 1982. Title role, Medea, 1983. Carlotta Monterey O’Neill, Eugene O’Neill: A Glory of Ghosts (also known as American Masters: Eugene O’Neill: A Glory of Ghosts), 1985. The 43rd Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1989. The 50th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1996.

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Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nomination, most promising male newcomer, 1959, and Golden Globe Award, most promising male newcomer (with others), 1961.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Charles Colson, Blind Ambition (also known as The John Dean Story), CBS, 1979. Alan Wilton, Scruples, CBS, 1980.

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Television Appearances; Series: Jack Simmons, One Life to Live (also known as One Life to Live: The Summer of Seduction), ABC, 1985–1987. John Corben/Metallo, a recurring role, Superboy (also known as The Adventures of Superboy), syndicated, between 1989 and 1992.

Film Appearances: Private Andrew Hetherington, They Came to Cordura, Columbia, 1959. Rick Rias, The Flying Fontaines, Columbia, 1959. Griff Rimer, Because They’re Young, Columbia, 1960. Dancer, Pepe, Columbia, 1960. Eddie Horner, Gidget Goes Hawaiian, Columbia, 1961. Herbert Brown, Mysterious Island (also known as Jules Verne’s Mysterious Island), Columbia, 1961. Nick O’Mara, Bon Voyage!, Buena Vista, 1962. Chuck, 13 West Street, Columbia, 1962. Dr. Alec Considine, The Interns, Columbia, 1962. Eldridge, The Victors, Columbia, 1963. Dr. Alec Considine, The New Interns, Columbia, 1964. Clay Boone, Cat Ballou, Columbia, 1965. Lieutenant Tim Morton, You Must Be Joking!, Columbia, 1965. Noah Forbes, The Magnificent Seven Ride!, United Artists, 1972. Marvin Feldman, Frasier, the Sensuous Lion (also known as Frasier the Lovable Lion), LCS, 1973. Robert Kane, Lepke, Warner Bros., 1975. The Photographer, Avco Embassy, 1975. Eddie, Record City, American International Pictures, 1977. Paul Jones, The Cat and the Canary, Columbia, 1979. Adrian Wilde, Double Exposure, Crown International Pictures, 1983. Martin, Chained Heat (also known as Das Frauenlager), Jensen Farley Pictures, 1983. Lieutenant Boyle, Freeway, New World, 1988. Mitch, Leprechaun 3, Trimark Pictures, 1995. The Last Road (also known as SpeedWay), Allott Productions/Leo Films, 1997. Terry Mulligan, Stuck on You, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2003.

Appeared as Peter Christopher in the series Occasional Wife, NBC; also appeared in the series Honeymoon Suite. Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙Tears from a Silver Dipper,⬙ Arrest and Trial, ABC, 1963. Charles Devereaux, ⬙Quid Pro Quo,⬙ Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1964. Sergeant Driscoll, ⬙The Suspected,⬙ Twelve O’Clock High, ABC, 1964. Guest, American Bandstand, 1965. Charlie Hunter, ⬙Quantico,⬙ The F.B.I., ABC, 1966. Captain Powell, ⬙Decoy,⬙ Twelve O’Clock High, ABC, 1966. Guest panelist, The Hollywood Squares, NBC, 1966, 1967. Greg Richards, ⬙Girl of My Dreams,⬙ Journey to the Unknown, 1968. Tyler Edwards, ⬙The Love Victim,⬙ Felony Squad, ABC, 1968. ⬙Ring of Steel,⬙ The F.B.I., ABC, 1968. ⬙Love and a Couple of Couples,⬙ Love, American Style, ABC, 1969. Bobby Miller, ⬙Fix My Screen and Bug Out,⬙ That Girl, 1969. Harry L. Springer, ⬙Gamble with Death,⬙ The F.B.I., ABC, 1969. ⬙Love and the Watchdog,⬙ Love, American Style, ABC, 1969. ⬙Echo of a Nightmare,⬙ The Name of the Game, 1970. ⬙Aquarius Descending,⬙ The Name of the Game, NBC, 1970. ⬙Love and the Man Next Door,⬙ Love, American Style, ABC, 1970. Chuck Pelligrini, ⬙Smokey the Bear Wants You,⬙ Mary Tyler Moore (also known as The Mary Tyler Moore Show), CBS, 1971. ⬙Love and Women’s Lib,⬙ Love, American Style, ABC, 1971. ⬙Love and the Loud Mouth,⬙ Love, American Style, ABC, 1971. ⬙Love and the Lady Athlete,⬙ Love, American Style, ABC, 1972. ⬙Secret,⬙ Medical Center, CBS, 1972.

Film Producer: Double Exposure, Crown International Pictures, 1983. Television Appearances; Movies: Steve Braden, In Name Only, ABC, 1969. Steve, ⬙The Gift of Terror,⬙ The ABC Afternoon Playbreak, ABC, 1973. William Eddy, Donner Pass: The Road to Survival, NBC, 1978. Jerry Matson, Last of the Great Survivors, CBS, 1984. Hal Wallis, My Wicked, Wicked Ways ... The Legend of Errol Flynn, CBS, 1985. 68

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CALLOW Phillip Sparling, ⬙Fatal Paradise,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1994. Albert Corrente, ⬙First Mob Wives’ Club,⬙ Viper, syndicated, 1997. Also appeared on Chance of a Lifetime and The Ed Sullivan Show. Television Appearances; Specials: Bill Calhoun/Lucentio, Kiss Me Kate, ABC, 1968. Interviewee, Lee Marvin: Hollywood’s Straight Shooter, Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Television Appearances; Other: Mr. Cramer, Tom Edison: The Boy Who Lit Up the World, 1983. Carl Fettis, Young Hearts (pilot), 1984. Stage Appearances: ⬙Swing boy,⬙ The Boyfriend, New York City, c. 1952. Appeared (as Mickey Calin) as Riff, West Side Story (musical), original Broadway production. Major Tours: Toured in productions of Absurd Person Singular, Killjoy, and as Andrew Makepeace Ladd III, Love Letters, all U.S. and European cities. Stage Producer: Producer of the musical Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah!

CALLOW, Simon 1949– PERSONAL Full name, Simon Phillip Hugh Callow; born June 15, 1949, in London, England; son of Neil Francis (a businessman) and Yvonne Mary (a secretary; maiden name, Guise) Callow. Education: Attended Queen’s University, Belfast, Ireland, 1967–68; trained for the stage at the London Drama Centre. Addresses: Agent—(Acting) Marina Martin Associates, 12–13 Poland St., London W1V 3DE, England; Clifford Stevens, Paradigm, 200 West 57th St., Suite 900, New York, NY 10019; (directing) Harriet Cruickshank, 97 Old South Lambeth Rd., London SW8 1XU, England; (writing) Maggie Hanbury, 27 Walcot St., London SE11 4UB, England. 69

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Career: Actor, director, and writer. Worked as a box office attendant at a London theatre.

Stafford, Sisterly Feelings, National Theatre Company, Olivier Theatre, 1979. Beefy, The Beastly Beatitudes of Balthazar B., Bristol Old Vic Theatre, 1981, then Duke of York’s Theatre, London, 1982. Verlaine, Total Eclipse, Lyric Theatre–Hammersmith, London, 1982. Lord Are, Restoration, Royal Court Theatre, 1982. Lord Foppington, The Relapse, Lyric Theatre– Hammersmith, 1983. Perelli, On the Spot, Albery Theatre, 1984. Rousseau, Melancholy Jacques, Bush Theatre, 1984. Kiss of the Spider Woman, Bush Theatre, 1985. Title role, Faust, Lyric Theatre–Hammersmith, 1988. Guy Burgess, ⬙An Englishman Abroad,⬙ Single Spies, National Theatre Company, Queen’s Theatre, London, 1988–1989. Ned, The Destiny of Me, Haymarket Theatre, Leicester, 1993. Face, Tthe Alchemist, Birmingham and Royal National Theater, 1996. The Importance of Being Oscar (one–man show), Savoy Theatre, London, 1997. Falstaff, Chimes at Midnight, 1998. The Mystery of Charles Dickens, London, 2000–2001, then Belasco Theatre, New York City, 2002.

Awards, Honors: Film Award nomination, best supporting actor, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1987, for A Room with a View; Drama Desk Award nomination, best director, 1989, for Shirley Valentine; Olivier Award, best director, 1991, for Carmen Jones; Film Award nomination, best supporting actor, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1995, for Four Weddings and a Funeral; Screen Actors Guild Award (with others), outstanding performance by a cast, 1999, for Shakespeare in Love; outstanding services to the theater, 1999; awarded Commander of the British Empire, 1999; received honorary degrees from Queen’s University, Belfast, and University of Birmingham. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Debut) The Thrie Estates, Assembly Hall Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1973. Crown Prince Maximilian, Schippel, Open Space Theatre, London, then Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, 1974. Passing By, Gay Sweatshop, 1975. Redpenny, The Doctor’s Dilemma, Mermaid Theatre, London, 1975. Crown Prince Maximilian, Plumber’s Progress (previously known as Schippel), Prince of Wales Theatre, London, 1975. Mrs. Grabowski’s Academy, Theatre Upstairs, London, 1975. Pieter de Groot, Soul of the White Ant, Bush Theatre, London, 1976. Oliver, Jack, Putter, and Rider, Blood Sports, Bush Theatre, 1976. Juvenalia (one–man show), Bush Theatre, 1976. Kutchevski, Devil’s Island, Joint Stock Company, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1977. Sayers, A Mad World, My Masters, Joint Stock Company, Young Vic Theatre, London, 1977. Sandy, Epsom Downs, Joint Stock Company, Round House Theatre, London, 1977. Title role, Titus Andronicus, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Bristol, England, 1978. Boyd, Flying Blind, Royal Court Theatre, 1978. Title role, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, Half Moon Theatre, London, 1978. Ure, the old reaper, and a drunk, The Machine Wreckers, Half Moon Theatre, 1978. Eddie, Mary Barnes, Birmingham Repertory Studio, Birmingham, England, then Royal Court Theatre, both 1978. Orlando, As You Like It, National Theatre Company, Olivier Theatre, London, 1979. Mozart, Amadeus, National Theatre Company, Olivier Theatre, 1979.

Also appeared in repertory in Lincoln, England, 1973–74. Stage Director: Loving Reno, Bush Theatre, London, 1983. The Passport, Offstage Downstairs Theatre, London, 1985. Nicholson Fights Croydon, Offstage Downstairs Theatre, 1986. The Infernal Machine, Lyric Theatre–Hammersmith, London, 1986. Cosi fan tutte, Lucerne Theatre, 1987. Jacques and His Master, Los Angeles Theatre Center, Los Angeles, 1987. Shirley Valentine, Vaudeville Theatre, London, 1988. Die Fledermaus, Scottish Opera, 1988. Facades, Lyric Theatre–Hammersmith, 1988. (With Alan Bennett) ⬙An Englishman Abroad,⬙ Single Spies, National Theatre Company, Queen’s Theatre, 1988–1989. Shirley Valentine, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1989. Die Fledermaus, Scottish Opera, 1989–1990. Stevie Wants to Play the Blues, Los Angeles Theatre Center, 1990. Carmen Jones, Old Vic Theatre, London, 1991. Shades, Albery Theatre, 1992. The Destiny of Me, Haymarket Theatre, Leicester, 1993. Il trittico, Broomhill Opera, 1995. Les enfants du paradis, Royal Shakespeare Company, Barbican Theatre, London, 1996. Il turco in italia, Broomhill Opera, 1997. 70

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CALLOW King Edgar, George and the Dragon, Central Partnership, 2003. Bright Young Things, Icon, 2003. Film Director: Director, Charles Laughton: A Difficult Actor (documentary), 1988. The Ballad of the Sad Cafe, Angelika, 1991.

Major Tours; as Director: My Fair Lady, U.K. cities, 1992. Carmen Jones, U.K. and Japanese cities, 1994. Film Appearances: Gossip, Boyd’s Company, 1983. Emanuel Schikaneder, Amadeus, Orion, 1984. Handel, Honor, Profit, and Pleasure, Spectre Productions, 1985. Mark Varner, The Good Father, Skouras, 1986. Reverend Arthur Beebe, A Room with a View, Cinecom, 1986. Mr. Ducie, Maurice, Cinecom, 1987. Police Chief Hunt, Manifesto (also known as For a Night of Love and Pour une nuit d’amour), Cannon, 1988. Dr. Alexis Sauer, Mr. and Mrs. Bridge, Miramax, 1990. Simon Asquith, Postcards from the Edge, Columbia, 1990. (Uncredited) Music lecturer, Howards End, Sony Pictures Classics, 1992. Eddie Cherdowski, Soft Top, Hard Shoulder, 1992. Gareth, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Gramercy, 1994. A.N. Official, Street Fighter (also known as Street Fighter: The Battle for Shadaloo, Street Fighter: The Movie, and Street Fighter: The Ultimate Battle), Universal, 1994. Charles II, England, My England, 1995. Richard Cosway, Jefferson in Paris, Buena Vista, 1995. Vincent Cadby, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (also known as Ace Ventura Goes to Africa), Warner Bros., 1995. Voice of Grasshopper, James and the Giant Peach (animated), Buena Vista, 1996. Captain John Fairfax, The Scarlet Tunic, Marie Hoy Film & Television, 1997. San Giacomo, Victory, Miramax, 1997. Keith, Bedrooms and Hallways, ARP Selection, 1998. Tilney—Master of the Revels, Shakespeare in Love, Miramax, 1998. Junk, 1999. (Uncredited) Notting Hill, 1999. Colonel Soft, No Man’s Land (also known as Nicija zemlja and Nikogarsnja zemlja), United Artists, 2001. Voice of Ebenezer Scrooge, Christmas Carol: The Movie, Planeta 2010 S.L., 2001. Sir John Osgood, Thunderpants (also known as Donderbroek and L’incroyable histoire de Patrick Smash), United Artists, 2002. Bob, Merci Docteur Rey (also known as Merci ... Dr. Rey!), Pierre Grise, 2002. Mr. Wroth, Sex & Violence, Sneak Preview, 2002.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Tom Chance, Chance in a Million, Thames, 1984. Hugo, Dead Head, BBC, 1984. Mr. Micawber, David Copperfield, BBC, 1986, then broadcast as segments of Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1988. Little Napoleons, BBC, 1994. Mr. Halliday, Trial & Retribution II, YTV, 1998. Charles Dickens, Hans Christian Anderson: My Life as a Fairy Tale, Hallmark Channel, 2001. Prior 2, Angels in America, HBO, 2003. Television Appearances; Episodic: Detective Sergeant, ⬙Down to You, Brother,⬙ The Sweeney, 1976. Wings of Song, Granada, 1977. Instant Enlightenment, BBC, 1979. The poet, La ronda, BBC, 1980. Man of Destiny, BBC, 1982. Haddy Kemp, ⬙The Times They Are a Changin’,⬙ Scarecrow and Mrs. King, 1984. Dr. Theodore Kemp, ⬙The Wolvercote Tongue,⬙ Inspector Morse, Series II, Granada, then broadcast in the United States on Mystery!, PBS, 1988. Politically Incorrect, Comedy Central, 1996. Voice of Menephtah (⬙Moses⬙), Testament: The Bible in Animation, HBO, 1997. Brunch, 1997. Parkinson, BBC, 1999. Galileo Galilei, ⬙Galileo’s Battle for the Heavens,⬙ Nova, PBS, 2002. Also appeared as voice of the Dragon, ⬙The Reluctant Dragon,⬙ Long Ago and Far Away, PBS; Giacomo Puccini, Great Composers; in All the World’s a Stage and The Dybbuk. Television Appearances; Specials: Count Fosco, The Woman in White, PBS, 1998. Voice of title role, Don Quixote, HBO, 2000. Judi Dench: A BAFTA Tribute, BBC, 2002. Television Appearances; Series: Fox & Bear, Don’t Eat the Neighbours (also known as Big Teeth, Bad Breath), YTV, 2001. 71

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Television Appearances; Movies: Title role, Handel, Channel 4 Film, 1985. Jacob, The Christmas Tree, 1986. Raimondi, Cariani and the Courtesans, BBC Film, 1987. Nathaniel Quass, Old Flames, BBC Film, 1989. Franciscus Palloy, ⬙The Patriot,⬙ Revolutionary Witness, BBC, 1989. John Mortimer, Trials of Oz, BBC, 1991. Inspector Lestrade, Crucifer of Blood, TNT, 1991. Friar Morcheno, Bye Bye Columbus, Greenpoint, 1992. Vicar Ronnie, Femme Fatale, BBC Film, 1993. Major Owens, Le passager clandestin (also known as El pasajero clandestino and El passatger clandesti), 1994. Rick Spencer, Deadly Appearances (also known as Criminal Instincts: Deadly Appearances), Lifetime, 2000. Florestan/Eusebius, Robert’s Rescue, 2000.

Orson Welles: The Road to Xanadu, two volumes, J. Cape, 1995, Viking, 1996. (Introduction) Snowdon on Stage: A Personal View of the British Theatre, Pavilion, 1996. Love Is Where It Falls: The Story of a Passionate Friendship (memoir), Fromm International, 1999. Also contributor of book reviews to periodicals, including Times (London), Sunday Times, Observer, and Evening Standard.

CARPENTER, John 1948– (Frank Armitage, Johnny Carpenter, John T. Chance, Rip Haight, Martin Quatermass) PERSONAL

Television Work; Director: Charles Laughton (documentary), BBC, 1987.

Full name, John Howard Carpenter; born January 16, 1948, in Carthage, NY (raised in Bowling Green, KY); son of Howard Ralph (a music professor) and Milton Jean (maiden name, Carter) Carpenter; married Adrienne Barbeau (an actress), January 1, 1979 (divorced November, 1988); married Sandy King (a producer), December 1, 1990; children: (first marriage) John Cody. Education: Attended Western Kentucky University, c. 1968; graduate work in film at the University of Southern California, 1968–72. Avocational Interests: Helicopter piloting, music, Elvis, old Cadillacs, NBA.

Radio Appearances: Michael MacLiammoir (documentary), BBC, 1991. Dr. Johnson, Poonsh, BBC, 1994. Shakespeare’s Sonnets, BBC, 1994. WRITINGS Plays: (Translator) Jacques and His Master (based on the play Jacques le fataliste by Denis Diderot), produced at Los Angeles Theatre Center, Los Angeles, 1987, published by Faber, 1986. (Adapter) Les enfants du paradis (based on Jacques Prevert’s screenplay), produced at Barbican Theatre, London, 1996.

Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, One William Morris Place, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist— Guttman Associates PR, 118 S. Beverly Dr., Suite 201, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Contact—c/o Big Deal Productions, Inc., 5632 Van Nuys Blvd., Ⲇ376, Van Nuys, CA 91411. Career: Director, producer, actor, screenwriter, and composer. Performer in the rock group, Coup de Villes; The Horror Hall of Fame, member of board of directors; Emerald Productions (a production company), founder; Hye Whitebread Productions (a production company), cofounder, 1979.

Also translator of The Infernal Machine, 1986. Other: Being an Actor (autobiography), Methuen, 1984, St. Martin’s, 1986. (With Adam Godley and Mark McGlynn) Zero Hour, 1986. Charles Laughton: A Difficult Actor (biography), Methuen, 1987, Grove, 1988. (With Dusan Makavejev) Shooting the Actor; or, The Choreography of Confusion (nonfiction), Hern, 1990. Acting in Restoration Comedy (nonfiction), Applause Theatre Book Publishers, 1991. (Author of foreword) The Great Stage Directors: One– Hundred Distinguished Careers of the Theatre, Facts on File, New York, 1994.

Member: Directors Guild of America, Writers Guild of America—West, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers. Awards, Honors: Academy Award, best short subject (live action), 1970, The Resurrection of Bronco Billy; Golden Scroll Award (with others), best special effects, 1976, for Dark Star; London Film Festival special award, 1977; Edgar Allan Poe Award, best made–for– television mystery movie, Mystery Writers of America, 72

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CARPENTER Executive producer, The Philadelphia Experiment, New World, 1984. Director, Starman (also known as John Carpenter’s Starman), Columbia, 1984. Director, Big Trouble in Little China (also known as John Carpenter’s Big Trouble in Little China), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1986. Executive producer, Black Moon Rising, 1986. (As Martin Quatermass) Director, Prince of Darkness (also known as John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness), Universal, 1987. (As Frank Armitage) Director, They Live (also known as John Carpenter’s They Live and They Live!), Universal, 1988. Director, Memoirs of an Invisible Man (also known as Les aventures d’un homme invisible), Warner Bros., 1992. Director, In the Mouth of Madness (also known as John Carpenter’s In the Mouth of Madness), New Line Cinema, 1995. Director, Village of the Damned (also known as John Carpenter’s Village of the Damned), Universal, 1995. Director, Escape from L.A. (also known as John Carpenter’s Escape from L.A.), Paramount, 1996. Director, John Carpenter’s Vampires (also known as Vampires and Vampire$), Sony Pictures, 1998. Director, musician, and orchestrator, Ghosts of Mars (also known as John Carpenter’s Ghosts of Mars), Screen Gems, 2001. Director and executive producer, Vampires: Los Muertos (also known as John Carpenter’s Vampires: Los Muertos and John Carpenter Presents Vampires: Los Muertos), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2002.

CREDITS Film Work: Director, Revenge of the Colossal Beasts (short film), 1962. Director, Terror from Space (short film), 1963. (As Johnny Carpenter) Director, The Warrior and the Demon (short film), 1969. Director, Sorcerer from Outer Space (short film), 1969. Director, Gorgo versus Godzilla (short film), 1969. Director, Gorgon, the Space Monster (short film), 1969. Editor, The Resurrection of Bronco Billy (short film), Universal, 1970. Producer, director, and music director, Dark Star, Jack H. Harris, 1974. Director and (as John T. Chance) editor, Assault on Precinct 13 (also known as John Carpenter’s Assault on Precinct 13), Turtle Releasing Company, 1976. Director and (uncredited) producer, Halloween (also known as John Carpenter’s Halloween), Compass, 1978. Director, The Fog (also known as John Carpenter’s The Fog), Avco Embassy, 1980. Director, Escape from New York (also known as John Carpenter’s Escape from New York), Avco Embassy, 1981. (With Debra Hill) Producer, Halloween II (also known as Halloween II: The Nightmare Isn’t Over!), Universal, 1981. (With Hill) Producer, Halloween III: Season of the Witch (also known as Season of the Witch), Universal, 1982. Director, The Thing (also known as John Carpenter’s The Thing), Universal, 1982. Director, Christine (also known as John Carpenter’s Christine), Columbia, 1983.

Film Appearances: No Place to Land, 1958. (Uncredited) Voice of Paul, Annie’s boyfriend, Halloween (also known as John Carpenter’s Halloween), Compass, 1978. (Uncredited) Bennett, church janitor, The Fog (also known as John Carpenter’s The Fog), Avco Embassy, 1980. (Uncredited) Voice of Secret Service Ⲇ2 and helicopter pilot, Escape from New York (also known as John Carpenter’s Escape from New York), Avco Embassy, 1981. (Uncredited) Norwegian in video footage, The Thing (also known as John Carpenter’s The Thing), 1982. (Uncredited) Man in helicopter, Starman (also known as John Carpenter’s Starman), 1984. (With the Coupe de Villes) The Boy Who Could Fly, 1986. (Uncredited) Worker in Chinatown, Big Trouble in Little China (also known as John Carpenter’s Big Trouble in Little China), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1986. (As Rip Haight) Helicopter pilot, Memoirs of an Invisible Man (also known as Les aventures d’un homme invisible), Warner Bros., 1992. 73

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Trench Coat Man, The Silence of the Hams (also known as Il silenzio dei prosciutti), 1994. (As Rip Haight) Man at phone booth, Village of the Damned (also known as John Carpenter’s Village of the Damned), Universal, 1995. Himself, After Sunset: The Life & Times of the Drive–In Theater, 1995. Himself, 100 Years of Horror: Witchcraft and Demons, 1996. Himself, 100 Years of Horror: Sorcerers, 1996. Himself, 100 Years of Horror: Maniacs, 1996. Himself, Unmasking the Horror, 1998. Himself, ⬙Halloween⬙ Unmasked 2000, Anchor Bay Entertainment, 1999. Himself, Scoring Ghosts of Mars, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2001. Himself, Red Desert Nights: Making ⬙Ghosts of Mars,⬙ Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2001. Himself, Tales from the Mist: Inside ⬙The Fog,⬙ Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists Home Entertainment, 2002. (In archive footage) Himself, Scoring Resident Evil, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2002.

Himself, AFI’s 100 Years, 100 Thrills: America’s Most Heart–Pounding Movies, CBS, 2001. (Uncredited) Himself, Hidden Values: The Movies of the Fifties, TCM, 2001. Himself, Scream: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 2001. Interviewee, Masters of Horror, 2002. Television Appearances; Episodic: Appeared in episodes of Firstworks and The Directors, Encore. WRITINGS Film Writings: (With Jim Rokos) Screenplay and score composer, The Resurrection of Bronco Billy (short film), Universal, 1970. (With Dan O’Bannon) Screenplay and score composer, Dark Star, Jack H. Harris, 1974. Screenplay and score composer, Assault on Precinct 13 (also known as John Carpenter’s Assault on Precinct 13), Turtle Releasing Company, 1976. (With David Zelag Goodman) Screenplay, The Eyes of Laura Mars, Columbia, 1978. (With Debra Hill) Screenplay and score composer, Halloween (also known as John Carpenter’s Halloween), Compass, 1978. (With Hill) Screenplay and score composer, The Fog (also known as John Carpenter’s The Fog), Avco Embassy, 1980. (With Nick Castle) Screenplay and (with Alan Howarth) score composer, Escape from New York (also known as John Carpenter’s Escape from New York), Avco Embassy, 1981. (With Hill) Screenplay and (with Howarth) score composer, Halloween II (also known as Halloween II: The Nightmare Isn’t Over!), Universal, 1981. (With Howarth) Composer, Halloween III: Season of the Witch (also known as Season of the Witch), Universal, 1982. (With Howarth) Composer, Christine (also known as John Carpenter’s Christine), Columbia, 1983. (With Howarth) Composer, Big Trouble in Little China, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1986. (With Desmond Nakano and William Gray) Screenplay, Black Moon Rising, New World, 1986. (As Martin Quatermass) Screenplay and (with Howarth) score composer, Prince of Darkness (also known as John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness), Universal, 1987. (As Frank Armitage) Screenplay and score composer, They Live (also known as John Carpenter’s They Live and They Live!), Universal, 1988. (With Howarth) Composer, Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (also known as Halloween 5), Galaxy International, 1989.

Television Work; Movies: Director, Someone’s Watching Me! (also known as High Rise), NBC, 1978. Director, Elvis, ABC, 1979. Executive producer, El diablo, 1990. Executive producer and segment director, ⬙The Gas Station,⬙ and ⬙Hair,⬙ John Carpenter Presents Body Bags (also known as Body Bags), Showtime, 1993. Television Appearances; Movies: Coroner, ⬙The Morgue,⬙ John Carpenter Presents Body Bags (also known as Body Bags), Showtime, 1993. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Himself, A–Z of Horror (also known as Clive Barker’s A–Z of Horror), 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Fear in the Dark, 1991. Himself, Masters of Illusion: The Wizards of Special Effects, 1994. Himself, The Reality Trip, 1997. Masters of Fantasy: John Carpenter, Sci–Fi Channel, 1998. Himself, Faces of Evil, TNT, 2000. The American Nightmare, Independent Film Channel, 2000. Himself, Guns for Hire: The Making of ⬙The Magnificent Seven,⬙ Channel 4, 2000. Himself, Mario Bava: Maestro of the Macabre, 2000. Himself, Dario Argento: An Eye for Horror, Independent Film Channel, 2000. 74

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CARRIERE Film Comment, September/October, 1996, pp. 50–54; January, 1999, p. 26. Hollywood Reporter, October 26, 1998, p. 13.

CARRIERE, Jean–Claude 1931– PERSONAL Born September 17 (some sources say September 19), 1931, in Colombieres–sur–Orbes (some sources say Languedoc), France; son of Felix (a farmer) and Alice Carriere; married Nicole (a painter and interior decorator), December 27, 1952; children: Iris. Addresses: Contact—The Lantz Office, 200 West 57th St., Suite 503, New York, NY 10019. Career: Screenwriter, actor, producer, and director. Head of the French film school FEMIS, 1986—; conductor of writing and directing workshops.

Television Movies: (With William A. Schwartz) Zuma Beach, NBC, 1978. Someone’s Watching Me! (also known as High Rise), NBC, 1978. (With Greg Strangis) Better Late Than Never, NBC, 1979. El Diablo, 1990. Blood River, 1991. John Carpenter Presents Body Bags (also known as Body Bags), Showtime, 1993. Silent Predators, TBS, 1999.

Awards, Honors: Academy Award (with Pierre Etaix), best short film, 1962, for Heureux anniversaire; Best Picture Prize (with Luis Bunuel), Venice International Film Festival, 1967, for Belle de jour; Grand Prize of the Jury, best short film, and Golden Palm Award nomination, best short film, both Cannes Film Festival, 1969, for La pince a ongles; Edgar Award nomination (with others), best motion picture, Edgar Allan Poe Awards, 1971, for Borsalino; Academy Award (with Bunuel), best foreign film, Academy Award nomination (with Bunuel), best screenplay based on material from another medium, and Film Award (with Bunuel), best original screenplay, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1972, all for Le charme discret de la bourgeoisie; Writers Guild of America Screen Award nomination (with others), best comedy written directly for the screen, Film Award nomination (with others), best screenplay, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1972, both for Taking Off; Academy Award nomination (with Bunuel), best screenplay based on material from another medium, 1977, Cesar Award nomination (with Bunuel), best writing—original or adaptation, 1978, both for Cet obscure objet du desir; Best Picture Prize (with Volker Schloendorff, Franz Seitz, and Gunter Grass), Cannes Film Festival, 1979, and Academy Award (with Schloendorff, Seitz, and Grass), best foreign film, 1980, both for The Tin Drum; Cesar Award nomination, best writing—adaptation, 1983, for Danton; Cesar Award (with Daniel Vigne), 1982, for Le retour de Martin Guerre; Film Award (with Philip Kaufman), best adapted screenplay, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1988, Academy Award nomination (with Kaufman), best adapted

Television Movies; Scores: (With Jim Lang), John Carpenter Presents Body Bags (also known as Body Bags), Showtime, 1993. Video Game Scores: Sentinel Returns, 1998. OTHER SOURCES Books: Cumbow, Robert C., Order in the Universe: The Films of John Carpenter, Scarecrow, 2000. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 2: Directors, St. James Press, 1996. Muir, John Kenneth, The Films of John Carpenter, McFarland & Company, 2000. Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, November/December, 1997, pp. 98–103. 75

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screenplay, Writers Guild of America Screen Award nomination (with Kaufman), best screenplay based on material from another medium, 1989, all for The Unbearable Lightness of Being; Best Screenplay Award (with Peter Fleischmann), Catalonian International Film Festival, 1990, for Es ist nicht leicht ein Gott zu sein; Cesar Award nomination (with Jean–Paul Rappeneau), best writing—original or adaptation, Film Award nomination (with Rappeneau), best adapted screenplay, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1992, both for Cyrano de Bergerac; Laurel Award for Screen Writing Achievement, 2000.

El mismo, A proposito de Bunuel (also known as A propos de Bunuel, Regarding Bunuel, and Speaking of Bunuel), 2000. David Goldman, Bunuel y la mesa rey Salomon (also known as Bunuel and King Solomon’s Table), 2001. Pierre Raymond, Tajnata kniga, 2003. Film Director: (With Pierre Etaix), Rupture (short film), 1961. (With Etaix), Heureux anniversaire (short film; also known as Happy Anniversary), 1961. La pince a ongles (short film; also known as The Nail Clippers), 1968. (With Jerome Diamant–Berger and Olivier Assayas) L’unique (also known as The One and Only), AA Revcon/Films du Scorpion, 1985.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Insomnie, 1963. The priest, Le journal d’une femme de chambre (also known as Il diario di una cameriera, The Diary of a Chambermaid, and Diary of a Chambermaid), Cocinor, 1964. Narrator, Les cocardiers, 1967. Priscillian, La voie lactee (also known as La via lattea, Die Milchstrasse, and The Milky Way), U–M, 1969. Hughes, L’alliance (also known as The Wedding Ring), CAPAC, 1970. Francois, Nathalie’s husband, Un peu de soleil dans l’eau froide (also known as A Little Sun in Cold Water, Un attimo d’amore, A Few Hours of Sunlight, Un po’ di sole nell’acqua gelida, and Sunlight on Cold Water), Societe Nouvelle de Cinema, 1971. La chute d’un corps, 1973. Chief, Serieux comme le plaisir (also known as Serious as Pleasure), Lugo, 1974. Le jardin des supplices (also known as The Garden of Torment), New Realm Distributors/Parafrance, 1976. Luc, Le jeu du solitaire (also known as The Game of Solitaire), 1976. Doctor, Photo Souvenir, FR3, 1977. Le conseiller, Julie pot de colle (also known as Julie Gluepot), 1977 Fournier, Chaussette surprise (also known as Boum a l’hosto and Surprise Sock), 1978. Psychiatrist, Ils sont grands ces petits (also known as These Kids Are Grown–Ups, C’est la faute a papa, Si je suis comme ca c’est la faute a papa, and When I Was a Kid, I Didn’t Dare), United Artists/Exportation Francaise Cinematographique, 1979. Le professeur, L’amour nu, 1981. Le sourd–muet, Vive les femmes!, 1984. The Governor, The Night and the Moment (also known as La nuit et le moment and La notte e il momento), 1994. Professor, Jaya Ganga (also known as Java fille du Gange), Kismet Talkies, 1996. Himself, Les paradoxes de Bunuel, 1997.

Film Producer: Heureux anniversaire (short film; also known as Happy Anniversary), 1961. Television Appearances; Movies: Eliphas, La double vie de Theophraste Longuet, 1981. Cesar Pouyabere, L’ecarteur, 1982. Narrator, Bouvard et Pecuchet, 1989. Narrator, Eugenie Grandet, 1993. Le ministre, Madame de ... (also known as I gioielli di Madame), 2001. Television Appearances; Miniseries: L’homme de la nuit, 1983. Television Appearances; Specials: Milos Forman: Portrait, PBS, 1989. Himself, Bunuel en Hollywood, 2001. Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, Ombre et lumiere, 2001. Also appeared as le commissaire de police, ⬙A la memoire d’un ange,⬙ Sueurs froides. WRITINGS Plays: L’aide–memoire, produced in Paris, 1968, then on Broadway as The Little Black Book, 1972, translation by Jerome Kilty published by Samuel French, c. 1973. (With Colin Higgins) Harold and Maude, produced 1971. Le xlient (also known as The Customer), produced in Paris, 1971. 76

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CARRIERE (With John–Emmanuel Conil and Jacques Deray) La piscine (also known as La piscina and The Swimming Pool), 1969, released in the United States by Avco Embassy, 1970. (With Christian De Chalonge) L’alliance (also known as The Wedding Ring), CAPAC, 1970. (With Jean Cau, Claude Sautet, and Deray) Borsalino, Paramount, 1970. (With Milos Forman, John Guare, and John Klein) Taking Off, Universal, 1971. Un peu de soleil dans l’eau froide (also known as A Little Sun in Cold Water, Un attimo d’amore, A Few Hours of Sunlight, Po’ di sole nell’acqua gelida, and Sunlight on Cold Water), Societe Nouvelle de Cinema, 1971. (With Francoise Xenakis, Jean Bolvary, and Eric Le Hung) Le droit d’aimer (also known as The Right to Love, Brainwashed, and Il diritto d’amare), Twentieth Century–Fox/Lira Films, 1972. (With Bunuel) Le charme discret de la bourgeoisie (also known as The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, El discreto encanto de la burguesia, and Il fascino discreto della borghesia), Twentieth Century–Fox/ Castle Hill, 1972, published in Avant–Scene, April, 1973. (With Deray and Ian McLellen Hunter) Un homme est mort (also known as A Man Is Dead, Funerale a Los Angeles, and The Outside Man), Valoria, 1972, released in the United States by United Artists, 1973. (With Marco Ferreri) La cagna (also known as Love to Eternity and Melampo), 1972, released in the United States as Liza, CFDC/Pathe/Oceanic/Sirius, 1976. (With Bunuel) Le moine (also known as The Monk and Il monaco), Maya, 1973. (With Peter Fleischmann) Dorothea’s Rache (also known as Dorothea’s Revenge and Dorothea), Planfilm, 1973. Grandeur nature (also known as Life Size (Grandezza naturale), Life Size, Love Doll, and Tamano natural), 1973. (With Jean–Claude Brialy) Un amour de pluie (also known as A Rainy Love, Loving in the Rain, Male d’amore, and Sommerliebelei), Lira, 1974. (With Bunuel) Le fantome de la liberte (also known as The Phantom of Liberty, Il fantasma della liberta, and The Specter of Freedom), Twentieth Century– Fox, 1974. (With Robert Benayoun) Serieux comme le plaisir (also known as Serious as Pleasure), Lugo, 1974. (With Patrice Chereau) La chair de l’orchidee (also known as The Flesh of the Orchid, Das Fleisch der Orchidee, Flesh and the Orchid, and Un’orchidea rosso sangue), Fox–Lira, 1974. France societe anonyme (also known as France Incorporated, French Anonymity Society, and France Inc.), Albina, 1974.

Also adaptor of The Cherry Orchard; Timon of Athens; Measure for Measure; and The Tempest. Screenplays: (With Pierre Etaix) Rupture (short film), 1961. (With Etaix) Heureux anniversaire (short film; also known as Happy Anniversary), 1961. (With Etaix) Nous n’irons plus au bois, 1963, re– released as Tant qu’on a la sante, 1965. (With Etaix) Insomnie, 1963. (With Etaix) Le soupirant (also known as The Suitor), Atlantic, 1963. La reine verte (also known as The Green Queen), 1964. (With Luis Bunuel) Le journal d’une femme de chambre (also known as Il diario di una cameriera, Diary of a Chambermaid, and The Diary of a Chambermaid), Cocinor, 1964. (With Louis Malle) Viva Maria!, United Artists, 1965. (With Etaix) Yo Yo (also known as Yoyo), Magna, 1965. Le bestiaire d’amour (also known as The Lair of Love), 1965. (With Jesus Franco) Miss Muerte (also known as Dans les griffes du maniaque, The Diabolique Dr. Z, Le diabolique docteur Z, Miss Death, Miss Death and Dr. Z in the Grip of the Maniac, and The Diabolical Dr. Z), U.S. Films, 1966. (With Peter Glenville) Hotel Paradiso, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1966. Tant qu’on a la sante (also known as As Long As You’re Healthy), 1966. Cartes sur table (also known as Attack of the Robots and Cartas boca arriba), American International, 1967. (With Malle) Le voleur (also known as The Thief of Paris and The Thief), Lopert, 1967. (With Bunuel) Belle de jour (also known as Bella di giorno), Allied Artists, 1968. La pince a ongles (short film; also known as The Nail Clippers), 1968. Le grand amour (also known as The Great Love), 1968. (With Bunuel) La voie lactee (also known as La via lattea, Die Milchstrasse, and The Milky Way), U–M, 1969. 77

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La femme aux bottes rouges (also known as The Lady with Red Boots, La mujer con botas rojas, La ragazza con gli stivali rossi, and La ragazza dagli stivali rossi), 1974. (With Martin Walser) La faille (also known as The Weak Spot, Der dritte grad, and La smagliatura), Gaumont, 1975. (With Jean Curtelin and Joel Santoni) Les oeufs brouilles (also known as The Scrambled Eggs), Columbia/ Warner Distributors, 1975. (With Bunuel, Philippe Nuridzany, Pierre Maintigneux, and Clement Biddle Wood) Leonor, CIC/New Line Cinema, 1975. (With Alphonse Boudard) Le gang (also known as The Gang and La gang del parigino), Warner Bros., 1976. (With Bunuel) Cet obscur objet du desir (also known as That Obscure Object of Desire and Ese oscuro objeto del deseo), CCFC/Greenwich/Janus, 1976, released in the United States by First Artists, 1977. (With Pierre Lary and Huguette Debasieux) Le diable dans la boite (also known as The Devil in the Box), Madeleine/Societe Novelle de Cinema, 1977. Julie pot de colle (also known as Julie Glue Pot), Davis/ Societe Nouvelle Prodis, 1977. (With Edmond Sechan) Photo Souvenir, FR3, 1977. (With Tonino Guerra) Un papillon sur l’epaule (also known as A Butterfly on the Shoulder), Gaumont, 1978. (With Jean–Francois Davy) Chaussette surprise (also known as Surprise Sock and Boum a l’hosto), GEF/ CCFC/Albatros, 1978. (With Daniel Boulanger and Joel Santoni) Ils sont grands ces petits (also known as These Kids Are Grown–Ups, C’est la faute a papa, Si je suis comme ca c’est la faute a papa, and When I Was a Kid, I Didn’t Dare), United Artists/Exportation Francaise Cinematographique, 1979. (With Rene Gainville) L’associe (also known as The Associate and Mein Partner Davis), Columbia/ Warner Distributors, 1979. (With Claude Pinoteau and Charles Israel) L’homme en colere (also known as The Angry Man and Jigsaw), Films Ariane/United Artists, 1979. (With Volker Schloendorff, Franz Seitz, and Gunter Grass) The Tin Drum (adapted from Grass’s book of the same title; also known as Die Blechtrommel, Blaszany bebenek, and Le tambour), United Artists/New World, 1979. (With Jean–Francois Adam, Georges Perec, and Benoit Jacquot) Retour a la bien– aimee (also known as Return to the Beloved), Societe Nouvelle Prodis/ World Marketing, 1979. Slachtvee, 1979. (With Jean–Luc Godard and Anne–Marie Mieville) Sauve qui peut la vie (also known as Everyone for Himself, Rette sich, wer kann, Every Man for Himself, and Slow Motion), Artifical Eye/MK2/New Yorker, 1980.

(With Volker Schloendorff, Margarethe Von Trotta, and Kai Hermann) Die Faelschung (also known as Circle of Deceit, Le faussaire, and False Witness), United International/United Artists Classics, 1981. Black Mirror (also known as Haute surveillance), 1981. (With Carlos Saura) Antonieta, Gaumont/Conacina/ Nuevo Cine, 1982. (With Christian Drillaud) Itineraire bis (also known as Sideroads), Films de l’Arquebuse, 1982. L’indiscretion (also known as The Indiscretion), 1982. (With Andrzej Wajda, Agnieszka Holland, Boleslaw Michalek, and Jacek Gasiorowski) Danton, Triumph, 1983. (With Daniel Vigne) Le retour de Martin Guerre (also known as The Return of Martin Guerre), European International, 1983. (With Luciano Tovoli and Michel Piccoli) Le general de l’armee morte (also known as The General of the Dead Army, L’armata ritorna, and Il generale dell’armata morte), World Marketing/Union Generale Cinematographique, 1983. (With Marius Constant and Peter Brook) La tragedie de Carmen (also known as The Tragedy of Carmen and Die Tragoedie der Carmen), British Film Institute/MK2, 1983. (With Volker Schloendorff, Brook, and Marie–Helen Estienne) Un amour de Swann (also known as Swann in Love, Swann’s Way, Eine Liebe von Swann, and Remembrance of Things Past), Orion Classics, 1984. La jeune fille et l’enfer (also known as The Young Girl and Hell and La joven y la tentacion), Orphee Arts/ Exportation Francaise Cinematographique, 1984. (With Jerome Diamant–Berger, Olivier Assayas, and Jacques Dorfman) L’unique (also known as The One and Only and The Original), AA Revcon/Films du Scorpion, 1985. Auto defense, 1985. (With Nagisa Oshima) Max mon amour (also known as Max, My Love and Makkusu, mon amuru), Greenwich/AAA, 1986. (Adapter) La derniere image (also known as al–Coura al–akhira and Last Image), 1986. (With Peter Fleischmann and Gianfranco Mingozzi) Les exploits d’un jeune Don Juan (also known as The Exploits of a Young Don Juan and L’iniziazione), Exportation Francaise/AAA, 1987. (With Wajda, Holland, and Edward Zebrowsky) Les possedes (also known as The Possessed), Gaumont International, 1987. Hard to Be a God (also known as Es ist nicht leicht ein Gott zu sein, Trudno Byt Bogom, and Un dieu rebelle), 1988. (With Nicholas Klotz) La nuit Bengali (also known as Bengali Nights and The Bengali Night), Gaumont International, 1988. (With Philip Kaufman) The Unbearable Lightness of Being (adapted from Milan Kundera’s book of the same title), Orion, 1988. 78

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CARRIERE Clarissa (also known as Clarissa—Traenen der Zaertlichkeit), 1998. (Adapter) Berenice, 2000. Madame de ... (also known as I gioielli di Madame), 2001. Adapter Lettre d’une inconnue (also known as Brief einer Unbekannten), 2001. La bataille d’Hernani, 2002. Ruy Blas, 2002.

(With Jerzy Kawlerowicz) Hostage of Europe, La Societe Cine–Alliance, 1989. J’ecris dans l’espace (also known as I Write in Space and Vite et loin), 1989. (With Peter Fleischman) Jeniec Europy, 1989. (With Milos Forman) Valmont, Orion Classics, 1989. (With Jean–Paul Rappeneau) Cyrano de Bergerac, Orion Classics, 1990. (With Malle) Milou en mai (also known as May Fools, Milou a maggio, and Milou in May), Orion Classics, 1990. (With Brook and Estienne) The Mahabharata, Reiner Moritz, 1990. (With Hector Babenco) At Play in the Fields of the Lord (also known as Brincando nos campos do senhor), Universal, 1991. Le retour de Casanova (also known as The Return of Casanova and Casanova’s Return), 1992. L’otage de l’Europe, 1992. Sommersby (from the original screenplay La retour de Martin Guerre), Warner Bros., 1993. The Night and the Moment (also known as La notte e il momento and La nuit et le moment), 1994. Le hussard sur le toit (also known as The Horseman on the Roof), 1995, released in the United States by Miramax Zoe Films, 1995. The Ogre (also known as Der Unhold and Le roi des aulnes), 1996. Golden Boy, 1996. Chinese Box, Trimark Pictures, 1997. Les paradoxes de Bunuel, 1997. The Dicing, 1998. La guerre dans le Haut–Pays (also known as War in the Highlands), Rezo Films, 1998. (Uncredited) Broken Dolls, 1999. Salsa (also known as Salsa!), 2000.

Television Miniseries: Associations de bienfaiteurs, 1994. Les Thibault, 2003. Television Specials: (Adapter) The Mahabharata, Channel Four, 1989. Television Episodes: Robinson Crusoe (also known as The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe), 1965. Books: Le lezard, 1957. Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday (novelization of the film), 1959. L’alliance, 1963. Mon oncle (novelization of the film), 1972. (Translator) Le clou brulant, 1972. Le pari, 1973. (Translator) Harold et Maude, 1974. Le carnaval et la politique, 1979. (Translator) The Mahabharata, Harper and Row, 1987. Also authored (with Daniel Vigne) Le retour de Martin Guerre (novelization of film); contributor to journals and periodicals.

Television Movies: Le Franc–tireur, 1978. (French adapter) Harold et Maud, 1978. (French adapter) Mesure pour mesure, 1979. Lundi, 1980. Le bouffon, 1981. La double vie de Theophraste Longuet, 1981. Je tue il (also known as I Kill He), 1982. (French adapter) La cerisaie, 1982. L’accompagnateur, 1982. (Adapter) Les secrets de la princesse de Cadignan, 1982. Le jardinier recalcitrant, 1983. L’aide–memoire, 1984. Les etonnements d’un couple moderne, 1985. Bouvard et Pecuchet, 1989. Une femme tranquille (also known as Silent Woman), 1989. La controverse de Valladvoid, 1992. (Adapter) La duchesse de Langeais, 1995. Une femme explosive, 1996.

ADAPTATIONS The film Chinese Box was adapted by Carriere from his original story and released in 1997; the film The Bunuel Paradox was adapted from an idea of Carriere’s and released in 1997. OTHER SOURCES Books: International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 4: Writers and Production Artists, St. James Press, 1996. Periodicals: Variety, March 31, 2003, p. 20. 79

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CARSON, Kris See KRISTOFFERSON, Kris

CASNOFF, Philip 1955– (Phil Casnoff) PERSONAL Born August 3, 1955, in Philadelphia, PA; married Roxanne Hart (an actress); children: Alexander. Addresses: Agent—Agency for the Performing Arts, 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 900, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Manager—Darris Hatch, Darris Hatch Management, 9538 Brighton Way, Suite 308, Beverly Hills, CA 90210.

Television Appearances; Episodic: (As Phil Casnoff) Ben Pearson, ⬙License to Steele,⬙ Remington Steele, NBC, 1982. Chris Wood, ⬙Slippage,⬙ Tales from the Darkside, syndicated, 1984. ⬙Bum Tip,⬙ Crazy Like a Fox, CBS, 1985. Jack Chambers, ⬙A Fighting Chance,⬙ Sisters, NBC, 1995. Jack Chambers, ⬙Matters of the Heart,⬙ Sisters, NBC, 1995. Jack Chambers, ⬙Enchanted May,⬙ Sisters, NBC, 1995. Paul Acosta, ⬙Christmas Truce,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 1995. Cantor Gary Isaac, ⬙The Cantor Show,⬙ The Nanny, CBS, 1996. Eric, ⬙Too Beautiful for You,⬙ Wings, NBC, 1996. Bill Carter, ⬙Little Girl Lost,⬙ Promised Land, CBS, 1996. William Cobb, ⬙Necros,⬙ The Hunger, Showtime, 1997. John Fellowes, ⬙Conspiracy,⬙ Players, NBC, 1998. Dr. Dan Litvak, ⬙Masquerade,⬙ ER, NBC, 1998. Jerome Slocombe, ⬙Innocent,⬙ Fantasy Island, ABC, 1999. Danny Rogers, ⬙Of Human Bondage,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 1999. Harris, ⬙Livegirls.now,⬙ Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1999. Grant Connor, ⬙Seven Deadly Sins,⬙ Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1999. ⬙14 Steps/Damaged Goods/Ballerina Dreams,⬙ Chicken Soup for the Soul, PAX, 2000. Ilya Korska, ⬙Pixies⬙ (also known as ⬙Little Women⬙), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, NBC, 2001. Dr. Bernard Gadston, ⬙War of the Words,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 2002.

Career: Actor, singer, and pianist. Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award, outstanding new performer, 1988, for Chess; Drama Desk Award nomination, c. 1989, for Up against It; Golden Globe Award nomination, best actor in a miniseries or television movie, 1993, for Sinatra. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: David Landau, The Hamptons, ABC, 1983. Brian Murdock, The Edge of Night, 1984. Detective James Vitelli, Under Suspicion, CBS, 1994–1995. Prisoner number 99S233 Nikolai Stanislofsky, Oz, HBO, 1999–2000. Chief of Staff Dr. Robert Jackson, Strong Medicine, Lifetime, beginning 2000. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Lafayette, George Washington, CBS, 1984. Elkanah Bent, North and South, ABC, 1985. Elkanah Bent, North and South II, ABC, 1986. Marty Loftus, Hands of a Stranger, NBC, 1987. Frank Sinatra, Sinatra, CBS, 1992. Elkanah Bent, Heaven & Hell: North & South, Book III (also known as John Jakes’ Heaven & Hell: North & South, Book III and North and South III), ABC, 1994. Simon Hirsch, Zoya (also known as Danielle Steel’s ⬙Zoya⬙), NBC, 1995.

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CASSARO Detective Battaglia, Saints and Sinners, MDP Worldwide, 1994. Kennedy, How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998. RECORDINGS

Television Appearances; Pilots: Suddenly Susan, NBC, 1996.

Albums: Performed for the original cast recording of Chess.

Television Work; Episodic: Directed episodes of Strong Medicine, Lifetime. CASSARO, Nancy 1959– (Nancy Ellen Cassaro)

Stage Appearances: Acolyte, nobleman, swordsman, and courtesan, Rockabye Hamlet (musical), Minskoff Theatre, New York City, 1976. Bobbie Gotteson and the spider monkey, The Triumph of the Spider Monkey, Phoenix Playworks, Playhouse Theatre, 1979. Fedya, Chinchilla, Phoenix Theatre, Marymount Manhattan Theatre, New York City, 1979. David Ben Yonkel, King of Schnorrers, Harold Clurman Theatre, New York City, 1979. John, Mary Stuart, New York Shakespeare Festival, LuEsther Hall, Public Theatre, New York City, 1981. Constance and the Musician, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1981. Poins, Henry IV, Part I, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 1981. Freddie Trumper, Chess (musical), Imperial Theatre, New York City, 1988. Richard Dudgeon, The Devil’s Disciple, Circle in the Square, New York City, 1988–1989. Ian McTurk, Up against It, New York Shakespeare Festival, LuEsther Hall, Public Theatre, 1989. John Blackthorne, James Clavell’s Shogun: The Musical, Marquis Theatre, New York City, 1990–1991. Macheath, The Threepenny Opera (musical), American Conservatory Theatre, Geary Theatre, San Francisco, CA, 1999.

PERSONAL Born 1959, in Massapequa, NY. Education: Studied performing arts at Hofstra University; studied tap dancing with Jerry Ames. Career: Actress and writer. Artificial Intelligence (improvisational theatre company), New York City, member of company. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Valentina Lynne Vitale Nunzio, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding, Theatre at St. Luke’s Church, New York City, 1988. Television Appearances; Series: Sheila DeMattis, Family Album, CBS, 1993. Ann Marie, Temporarily Yours (also known as Temp Yours, Temp Mine), CBS, 1997. Shelly Tucci, Getting Personal, Fox, 1998. Television Appearances; Movies: Maria, Casualties of Love: The Long Island Lolita Story, CBS, 1993. Maria, A Mother’s Prayer, USA Network, 1995. Tour guide, Hefner: Unauthorized, USA Network, 1999.

Also appeared in a production of the musical Grease. Film Appearances: Aaron, Uchu kara no messeji (also known as Message from Space and Message from Space: Galactic Wars), United Artists, 1978. Ricardo Bouma, You Better Watch Out (also known as Christmas Evil and Terror in Toyland), Pan American Pictures, 1980. Bergman, Gorp (also known as G.O.R.P.), American International Pictures, 1980. Mitchell, Jersey Girl, Triumph Releasing, 1992. Michael Reddick, Temptation, Starlight, 1994.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Doris Blynn, ⬙Alien Aided Affection,⬙ Civil Wars, ABC, 1993. Nancy Caruso, ⬙The Homecoming Queen,⬙ Dream On, HBO, 1994. Shelly, ⬙The One Where Nana Dies Twice,⬙ Friends, NBC, 1994. 81

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Angela Cusomano, ⬙Little Italy,⬙ Northern Exposure, CBS, 1995. Paula, ⬙We Ought to Be in Pictures,⬙ High Society, CBS, 1995. Michelle Sitkowitz, ⬙Just Say Noah,⬙ Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, 1995. Mona Feigenbaum, ⬙Chapter Twelve,⬙ Murder One, ABC, 1996. Simone, ⬙Tainted Love,⬙ Hope & Gloria, NBC, 1996. Mohawk secretary, ⬙Defending Your Life,⬙ Murphy Brown, CBS, 1996. Gloria, ⬙It Takes a Village,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 1997. Libby, ⬙California, Here We Come,⬙ The Nanny, CBS, 1999. Libby, ⬙The Baby Shower,⬙ The Nanny, CBS, 1999. Joanne Moltisanti, ⬙From Where to Eternity,⬙ The Sopranos, HBO, 2000. Sarah Rutigliano, ⬙The Quick Hit,⬙ Bull, TNT, 2000. Instructor, ⬙Another Moving Script,⬙ Two Guys and a Girl (also known as Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place), 2000. Mrs. Horowitz, ⬙Hi Def–Jam,⬙ The King of Queens, 2001. Sarah Rutigliano, ⬙To Have and to Hold,⬙ Bull, TNT, 2001. ⬙Exposure,⬙ Providence, NBC, 2001. Toni Crispes–Santo, ⬙Russian Winter⬙ (also known as ⬙The Russian Wars⬙), The District, CBS, 2002. Janet Price, ⬙Night Five,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 2002. Connie O’Keefe, ⬙Eddie Said Knock You Out,⬙ Grounded for Life, Fox, 2002. Connie O’Keefe, ⬙Swearin’ to God,⬙ Grounded for Life, Fox, 2002. ⬙There Goes the Bride,⬙ Without a Trace, CBS, 2003. Kristi Haines, ⬙Nude Awakening,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 2003.

WRITINGS Stage: (With others) Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding, Theatre at St. Luke’s Church, New York City, 1988–2003. Film: The Devil and Daniel Webster, Family Room Entertainment, 2001.

CHANCE, John T. See CARPENTER, John

CHAPMAN, Judith (Judy Chapman) PERSONAL Original name, Judith Shepard; born November 15, in Greenville, SC. Education: Attended Stephens College, Columbia, MO. Career: Actress and writer. St. James at the Vineyards (restaurant), Palm Springs, CA, cofounder. Awards, Honors: Soap Opera Digest Award nomination, outstanding actress in a leading role on a daytime serial, 1986, for General Hospital. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Natalie Bannon Hughes, As the World Turns, CBS, 1975–1978. Charlotte Greer Ryan, Ryan’s Hope, ABC, 1983. Ginny Blake Webber, General Hospital, ABC, 1984–1986. Sandra Montaigne, One Life to Live (also known as One Life to Live: The Summer of Seduction), ABC, 1987. Anjelica Deveraux, Days of Our Lives (also known as Cruise of Deception: Days of Our Lives, Days, and DOOL), NBC, 1989–1990, 1991.

Appeared as a salesperson in an episode of Cybill; as Alice, The George Carlin Show; as Alice, The Home Court; as Dominique Garfolo, Madman of the People; and as Angela, Platypus Man. Television Appearances; Other: Linda, Girl’s Best Friend (pilot), CBS, 1994. ⬙Oh, My God! Jerry!,⬙ Partners (pilot), Fox, 1996. Flora, The 70s (miniseries), NBC, 2000. Film Appearances: (As Nancy Ellen Cassaro) Joe Buddha’s wife, Goodfellas, Warner Bros., 1990. Esther, Deuces Wild (also known as Deuces Wild— Wild in den Strassen), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/ United Artists, 2002. Newton’s Law, 2002.

Television Appearances; Movies: (As Judy Chapman) Sixth maiden, Cinderella, CBS, 1965. Leslie, Inmates: A Love Story, ABC, 1981. Sally Preston, The Five of Me, CBS, 1981. 82

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CHAPMAN Karen Davies, ⬙See You in Court, Baby,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1990. Miss Radavich, ⬙The Accident,⬙ Matlock, NBC, 1991. K. L. Vannoker, ⬙Curtain Call,⬙ Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1992. Harriet Simmons Wooster, ⬙Programmed for Murder,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1992. ⬙Shrink,⬙ Dark Justice, CBS, 1992. Kathryn Walder, ⬙Pas de Deux,⬙ Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1995. Victoria Reynolds, ⬙Till Death Do Us Part,⬙ Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1995. Rita Travers, ⬙Services Rendered,⬙ Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1996. ⬙A Clockwork Florida Orange,⬙ Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1999.

Z–65, The Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E. (also known as The Fifteen Years Later Affair), CBS, 1983. Lainie Roberts, Chameleons, NBC, 1989. Helen Brennquist, Mortal Fear (also known as Robin Cook’s ⬙Mortal Fear⬙), NBC, 1994. Roz Chambers, Night of the Running Man, HBO, 1994. Gibson, Scorpio One, Sci–Fi Channel, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Gretchen Hodges, ⬙A Summer Madness,⬙ Kojak, CBS, 1976. Evelyn Wallace, ⬙The Beachcomber/The Last Whodunit,⬙ Fantasy Island, ABC, 1978. Rita Lockwood, ⬙The Picture Pirates,⬙ Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1978. Nancy, ⬙Sideshow,⬙ The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1980. Lara Teasian, ⬙Olympiad,⬙ Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, NBC, 1980. Director, ⬙Play on Love,⬙ Family, ABC, 1980. Laura Garvey, ⬙Westworld Destroyer,⬙ Beyond Westworld, CBS, 1980. Angela, ⬙The Return of Starbuck,⬙ Galactica, ABC, 1980. ⬙The Hostages: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Flamingo Road, 1981. Nancy Atwell, ⬙Lady from Sunshine Gardens/Eye of the Beholder/Bugged,⬙ The Love Boat, ABC, 1981. Louise DeBolt Jackson, ⬙The Black Orchid,⬙ Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1981. Sara Clifford/Lisa Page, ⬙The Woman on the Beach,⬙ Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1981. Kay Faulkner, ⬙The Rich Get Richer,⬙ The Fall Guy, ABC, 1981. Pamela, ⬙The Rarest of Wines,⬙ Darkroom, ABC, 1982. ⬙A Matter of Honor,⬙ McClain’s Law, NBC, 1982. Kay Faulkner, ⬙Going for It,⬙ The Fall Guy, ABC, 1982. Kay Faulkner, ⬙Three for the Road,⬙ The Fall Guy, ABC, 1982. Linda Elliott, ⬙Inside Out,⬙ Knight Rider, NBC, 1982. Kay Faulkner, ⬙Death Boat,⬙ The Fall Guy, ABC, 1983. Denise Carroll, ⬙What’s in a Gnome?,⬙ Simon & Simon, CBS, 1983. ⬙The Final Cut,⬙ Trapper John, M.D., CBS, 1983. Samantha Donahue, ⬙My Fair Steele,⬙ Remington Steele, NBC, 1983. Gail Hall, ⬙A Mother and a Daughter,⬙ Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1987. Dr. Jayne Honig, ⬙The Bottom Line Is Murder,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1987. ⬙Independents,⬙ Outlaws, CBS, 1987. Carla, ⬙Caper,⬙ Stingray, NBC, 1987. Audrey Stivic, ⬙Maginnis for the People,⬙ The Law & Harry McGraw, 1988. Dr. Sandra Millhouse, ⬙Kill Zone,⬙ MacGyver, ABC, 1988. Charlotte Sinclair, ⬙Sister, Sister,⬙ In the Heat of the Night, NBC, 1989.

Appeared as Pamela Gerard, ⬙Through the Past, Darkly,⬙ B. J. and the Bear, NBC. Television Appearances; Pilots: Barbara Gateon, Nick and the Dobermans, NBC, 1980. Victoria Walton–Mason, Farrell for the People, NBC, 1982. Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Earl Barton dancer, Frankie and Johnny, United Artists, 1966. Heather/Jane, False Face (also known as Scalpel), Avco Embassy, 1976. Julie Seaver, Desire, 1983. Alexandra Tiernan, And God Created Woman, Vestron Pictures, 1988. Stote, Dead Space, Concorde, 1991. Sandra, Fire on the Amazon (also known as Lost Paradise), Concorde–New Horizons, 1993. Deirdre in soap opera cast, 28 Days, Columbia, 2000. Judy’s mother, The Sweetest Thing, Columbia, 2002. Stage Appearances: Vivian Leigh, Orson’s Shadow, Cassius Carter Center Stage, San Diego, CA, 2000. Major Tours: Emily Dickinson, The Belle of Amherst (solo show), U.S. cities, beginning 1998.

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CHAPMAN, Michael 1935– PERSONAL Born November 21, 1935, in New York, NY; married Amy Holden Jones (a film editor and director). Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Contact—c/o 501 S. Beverly Blvd., Ⲇ300, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Cinematographer, director, writer, and actor. Began career working on documentaries in New York. Member: American Society of Cinematographers.

Film Camera Operator: End of the Road, Allied Artists, 1970. The Landlord, United Artists, 1970. Klute, Warner Bros., 1971. Little Murders, 1971. The Godfather (also known as Mario Puzo’s The Godfather), Paramount, 1972. Bad Company, 1982. Jaws, 1975.

Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, best cinematography, Boston Society of Film Critics Award, best cinematography, National Society of Film Critics Award, best cinematography, 1981, all for Raging Bull; Academy Award nomination, best cinematography, and American Society of Cinematographers Award, outstanding achievement in cinematography, both 1994, for The Fugitive. CREDITS

Film Director: All the Right Moves (also known as All Right), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1983. The Clan of the Cave Bear, Warner Bros., 1986. The Viking Sagas (also known as The Icelandic Sagas), 1995.

Film Cinematographer: The Last Detail, Columbia, 1973. The White Dawn, Paramount, 1974. The Front, Columbia, 1976. The Next Man (also known as The Arab Conspiracy and Double Hit), Allied Artists, 1976. Taxi Driver, Columbia, 1976. American Boy (documentary; also known as American Boy: A Profile of Steve Prince), Cinegate, 1977. Invasion of the Body Snatchers, United Artists, 1978. Fingers, United Artists, 1978. The Last Waltz (concert film), Universal, 1978. Hardcore (also known as The Hardcore Life), Columbia, 1979. The Wanderers, Orion, 1979. Raging Bull, United Artists, 1980. Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid (also known as Dead Men Wear No Plaid), Universal, 1982. Personal Best, Warner Bros., 1982. The Man with Two Brains, Warner Bros., 1983. The Lost Boys, Warner Bros., 1987. Bad, 1987. Scrooged, Paramount, 1988. Shoot to Kill (also known as Deadly Pursuit), Buena Vista, 1988.

Film Appearances: Taxi driver, The Last Detail, Columbia, 1973. Lawyer, Shoot to Kill (also known as Deadly Pursuit), Buena Vista, 1988. Dr. Berg, The Abyss, 1989. Policeman at grocery, Quick Change, Warner Bros., 1990. Firefighter, Kindergarten Cop, Universal, 1990. Shooting gallery operator, Doc Hollywood, Warner Bros., 1991. Himself, Visions of Light: The Art of Cinematography (documentary), American Film Institute, 1993. Fred Hoffman, Rising Sun, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1993. Handsome mechanic, Six Days/Seven Nights (also known as 6 Days 7 Nights), Buena Vista, 1998. Waiter, The Story of Us, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1999. Sheriff Long, Evolution, DreamWorks, 2001. 84

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Television Work; Movies: Cinematographer, Death Be Not Proud, ABC, 1975. Director, The Annihilator, NBC, 1986. Cinematographer, Gotham (also known as The Dead Can’t Lie), Showtime, 1988.

Television Appearances; Series: Dr. Tony Vento, Love of Life, CBS, 1965. Sam Lucas, Another World (also known as Another World: Bay City), NBC, 1967–1970, 1974. Sam Lucas, Somerset (also known as Another World: Somerset and Somerset: Bay City), NBC, 1970–1973. Lieutenant Vince ⬙Vinnie⬙ Wolek, One Life to Live (also known as One Life to Live: The Summer of Seduction), ABC, 1975–1977. Philip ⬙Phil⬙ Brent, Sr., All My Children, ABC, 1975. Ted Bergman, The Andros Targets, CBS, 1977. Frank Angelino, a recurring role, Three’s Company, ABC, 1981–1983. Dr. Seymour Katz, General Hospital, ABC, 1982. Norton Crane, a recurring role, Falcon Crest, CBS, 1983–1984. Dr. Renfro, Santa Barbara, NBC, 1985. Bill Cochran, a recurring role, Dynasty, ABC, 1987–1988. Mr. Bodine, All My Children, ABC, 1991. Judge Kelleher, a recurring role, 100 Centre Street, Arts and Entertainment, 2001.

Television Work; Miniseries: Cinematographer, King, NBC, 1978. Television Work; Specials: Cinematographer, Steve Martin: Comedy Is Not Pretty, NBC, 1980. Cinematographer, ⬙Kathleen Battle and Wynton Marsalis: Baroque Duet,⬙ Great Performances, PBS, 1992. Television Appearances; Movies: Landlord, Gotham (also known as The Dead Can’t Lie), 1988. Dan Rourke, Third Degree Burn, 1989. WRITINGS Film Stories: The Viking Sagas (also known as The Icelandic Sagas), 1995.

Appeared as Julian Dark in The Secret Storm, CBS, in the 1960s. Television Appearances; Movies: John Drake, Who’ll Save Our Children?, CBS, 1978. Mr. Orr, The Plutonium Incident, CBS, 1980. Congressman Harris Stowe, Amazons, ABC, 1984. Harry Ascot, Ernie Kovacs: Between the Laughter, ABC, 1984. Superintendent Barela, The Imposter, ABC, 1984. Ben Foley, The Cartier Affair, NBC, 1984. Tatum, Kids Don’t Tell, CBS, 1985. Marvin Langdon, Do You Remember Love, CBS, 1985. Commissioner Bert Daniels, Amos, CBS, 1985. Spencer Mulholland, Crime of Innocence, CBS, 1985. Mr. Clemens, Final Jeopardy, NBC, 1985. Pete Stark, Samaritan: The Mitch Snyder Story, CBS, 1986. District Attorney Martin Baylor, Right to Die, NBC, 1987. Beecher Perry, Baja Oklahoma, HBO, 1988. Harmon Gunderson, The Town Bully (also known as A Friendly, Quiet Little Town), ABC, 1988. Spreiregen, To Heal a Nation, NBC, 1988. Judge, David, ABC, 1988. J. Edgar Hoover, The Revenge of Al Capone (also known as Capone), NBC, 1989. Chancellor Hammond, When He’s Not a Stranger, CBS, 1989. Bernard ⬙Bernie⬙ Robbins, Her Wicked Ways (also known as Lethal Charm), CBS, 1991.

CHARNEY, Jordan 1937– PERSONAL Born April 1, 1937; married Nancy Cooperstein (a producer); children: one daughter, one son. Education: Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, degree in theatre, 1958. Addresses: Agent—Abrams Artists Agency, 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 1130, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actor, producer, and writer. Steps (theatre workshop), artistic director for more than ten years; Actors Alley Repertory, Los Angeles, artistic director for six years. Teacher at Boston University and other institutions. Member: Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Named Theatre Alumnus of the Year, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, 2002. 85

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Television Appearances; Miniseries: Television commentator on the crackdown on crime, Blood Feud, syndicated, 1983. Arthur Schlesinger, Robert Kennedy & His Times, CBS, 1985. Hal Robinson, Home Fires, NBC, 1987. Television Appearances; Episodic: Lieutenant Sutton, ⬙The Red File: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Dallas, CBS, 1979. Mr. Layton, ⬙Jack Moves Out,⬙ Three’s Company, ABC, 1979. Detective Rollins, ⬙Whatever Happened to Baby John?: Part 2,⬙ Dallas, CBS, 1979. Mr. McLaughlin, ⬙The Other Woman,⬙ The Ropers, ABC, 1980. Captain Roger Westerby, ⬙The Medal,⬙ The Waltons, CBS, 1980. Karl Buckner, ⬙Catch,⬙ Lou Grant, CBS, 1981. Ed Chapel, ⬙Gatorbait,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1981. Ed Chapel, ⬙Life, Death, Eternity,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1981. Mr. Flowers, ⬙Blue and Broken–Harted,⬙ Hart to Hart, ABC, 1982. Max Leopold, ⬙Formula for Revenge,⬙ Tucker’s Witch, CBS, 1983. Captain Pankowitz, ⬙The Chicago Connection,⬙ T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1985. Dr. Moyer, ⬙Grand Theft Bunny,⬙ Misfits of Science, NBC, 1985. Marty Dignan, ⬙Come and Get It,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1986. ⬙See You in Court,⬙ Our House, NBC, 1986. Bob Kenton, ⬙Norman’s Parking Ticket,⬙ Shell Game, CBS, 1987. Harvey, ⬙Born to Ride,⬙ Rags to Riches, NBC, 1987. Dr. Adelson, ⬙The Wizard of Odds,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1987. Joe Eastwood, ⬙In with the ⬘In’ Crowd,⬙ Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1987. Abby’s lawyer, ⬙Lawfully Wedded,⬙ Knots Landing, CBS, 1988. Mr. Ted Sharf, ⬙Behind Closed Doors,⬙ The Bronx Zoo, NBC, 1988. McCracken, ⬙The Night Court before Christmas,⬙ Night Court, NBC, 1988. Warden Paul Branden, ⬙The Prisoner: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Matlock, NBC, 1989. ⬙Conspiracy,⬙ Mancuso, FBI, NBC, 1990. Jiri, ⬙Shall We Gdansk?,⬙ Mancuso, FBI, NBC, 1990. Haywood, ⬙Rules of the Game,⬙ I’ll Fly Away, NBC, 1991. Dr. Mandell, ⬙Star Struck,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1992. Judge Joseph Gennis, ⬙Pacific Rimshot,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1993. Pathologist, ⬙Along Came a Spider,⬙ One West Waikiki, CBS, 1994. Dr. Howard Braniff, ⬙Scales of Justice,⬙ One West Waikiki, CBS, 1994.

Appeared in Benson; also appeared as Bill in an episode of The Boys Are Back; as Kris, The Guiding Light; and as Captain Bill Hookstratton, Private Benjamin. Television Appearances; Pilots: Fritz, Marriage Is Alive and Well, NBC, 1980. Film Appearances: Hitchcock, The Hospital, United Artists, 1971. Harry Hunter, Network, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1976. Charlie Reynolds, Witches’ Brew (also known as Which Witch Is Which?), United Artists, 1980. Professor, Those Lips, Those Eyes, United Artists, 1980. Harry Bartoff, Separate Ways, Crown International Pictures, 1981. Doctor, First Monday in October, Paramount, 1981. Harold Clurman, Frances, Universal, 1982. Dean Yeager, Ghost Busters, Columbia, 1984. Dr. Whitaker, Creator (also known as The Big Picture), MCA/Universal, 1985. Dr. Gruner, My Little Girl, Hemdale, 1987. Also appeared in the film Gross Anatomy. Stage Appearances: Cop and singer, ⬙The Mutilated⬙ (one–act), Slapstick Tragedy (double–bill), Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1966. Standby for McCann and Stanley, The Birthday Party, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1967–1968. Standby, The Gingham Dog, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1969. The Boy Who Came to Leave, Lymehouse Productions, Astor Place Theatre, New York City, 1973. David, Naomi Court, Stage 73 Theatre, New York City, 1973–1974. Standby for Matt Friedman, Talley’s Folly, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1980. Marc and Yvan, Art, 1998. 86

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Sir George Crofts, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, Huntington Theatre Company, Boston, MA, 1999. Waste, Theatre for a New Audience, American Place Theatre, New York City, 2000. Alexander and Menelaus, Troilus and Cressida, Theatre for a New Audience, American Place Theatre, 2002. Code of the West, 2001. Marty, 3 O’clock in Brooklyn, Access Theatre, New York City, 2002.

Film Appearances: Ricky Baker, Boyz N the Hood (also known as Boys in the Hood), Columbia, 1991. Locker room kid, The Last Boy Scout, Warner Bros., 1991. Harold Lee, The Inkwell (also known as No Ordinary Summer), Buena Vista, 1994. Bobby Zachs, Under Siege 2: Dark Territory (also known as Under Siege 2), Warner Bros., 1995. McCool, G.I. Jane, Buena Vista, 1997. C–16: FBI, 1997. Lance Sullivan, The Best Man, MCA/Universal, 1999. Jackson Smith, The Brothers, Screen Gems, 2001. Keith Fenton, Two Can Play That Game, Columbia TriStar, 2001. Ray, Scenes of the Crime, TF1 International, 2001. Tracey Reynolds, Like Mike, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2002. Donny, Half Past Dead, Columbia TriStar, 2002. Travis, Confidence, Lions Gate, 2003. Tommy Messina, Ladder 49, Buena Vista, 2003.

Appeared in A Chekhov Concert, Moscow Art Theatre, Moscow, Russia; also appeared in Shadowlands. Stage Work: Producer (with Nancy Cooperstein) of Viet Rock (musical). WRITINGS Stage: Author (with Sharon Gans) of A Chekhov Concert, Moscow Art Theatre, Moscow, Russia, published by Applause Books.

Television Appearances; Series: Jeff Carswell, Out All Night, NBC, 1992–1993. Mal Robinson, C–16: FBI (also known as C–16),ABC, 1997.

CHEONG, George Lee See CHEUNG, George

Television Appearances; Movies: Prince Franklin, In the Line of Duty: Street War (also known as Urban Crossfire), NBC, 1992. Title role, The Ernest Green Story, Disney Channel, 1993. Andre, Firehouse, 1997. Shango, The Killing Yard, Showtime, 2001.

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Television Appearances; Specials: Host, Miss Collegiate African American Pageant, syndicated, 1993. The 26th Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1994. The 31st Annual NAACP Image Awards, Fox, 2000. Presenter, The Source Hip–Hop Music Awards 2001, UPN, 2001. 2nd Annual BET Awards, 2002.

Full name, Morris L. Chestnut; born January 1, 1969, in Cerritos, CA; married; wife’s name, Pam; Education: Studied finance and drama at California State University, Northridge, 1991; studied acting at Crossroads Academy, Los Angeles. Addresses: Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager— Immortal Entertainment, 1650 21st St., Santa Monica, CA 90404. Publicist—Patricola Lust, 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 530, Beverly Hills, CA 90211.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Dion, Drexell’s Class, 1991. Host, Soul Train, 1994. Hamilton Brown, ⬙Love Thy Neighbor,⬙ Living Single, Fox, 1994. Hamilton Brown, ⬙Mystery Date,⬙ Living Single, Fox, 1994. Interviewee, The Martin Short Show, syndicated, 1999. ICU Nurse Frank ⬙Rambo⬙ Bacon, ⬙Under Control,⬙ ER, NBC, 2000.

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(As George Kee Cheung) Sifu, Guns, Malibu Bay Films, 1990. Drug dealer, The Hard Way, MCA/Universal, 1991. Waiter, One Good Cop, Buena Vista, 1991. Servant Ⲇ1, Wishman, Curb/Esquire Films, 1991. Xang Tran, Storyville, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1992. Chinese restaurant singer, Sneakers, Universal, 1992. (As George Kee Cheung) Commando, Under Siege (also known as Piege en haute mer), Warner Bros., 1992. Master, Shootfighter: Fight to the Death (also known as Shootfighter), Vision International, 1992. Lee, Final Judgment, Concorde, 1992. Chinese gunmen Ⲇ4, Joshua Tree (also known as Army of One), Live Entertainment, 1993. Mr. Chen, Death Ring, New Line Home Video, 1993. Chinese barber, North, Columbia, 1994. (As George Lee Cheong) Man Ⲇ2, Deadly Target (also known as Fire Zone), 1994. Neville, Fist of the North Star (also known as Hokuto no ken), Overseas FilmGroup, 1995. (As George Kee Cheung) Eddie, Galaxis (also known as Galactic Force, Star Crystal, and Terminal Force), Prism Pictures, 1995. Tung, Da mao xian jia (also known as The Adventurers and Great Adventurers), 1995. Detective Fong, White Tiger, 1996. Chinese group Ⲇ1, Jing cha gu shi IV: Jian dan ren wu (also known as First Strike, Jackie Chan’s First Strike, Police Story 4, Police Story 4: First Strike, Police Story 4: Story of the CIA, and Story of the CIA), New Line Cinema, 1996. Tong, New York Cop, Overseas FilmGroup, 1996. Chang, Carjack, 1996. (As George Kee) Hidako Minushoto, True Vengeance, FM Home Video, 1997. Victor Phan, High Voltage, New City Releasing, 1997. (As George Kee Cheung) Fan, Lethal Weapon 4 (also known as Lethal 4), Warner Bros., 1998. Soo Yung’s driver, Rush Hour, New Line Cinema, 1998. Mike Sakata, The Yakuza Way, Amserll Entertainment, 1998. Ming, No Tomorrow, PM Entertainment Group, 1998. Togo, Lone Greasers, 1998. (As George Kee Cheung) Chinese teacher, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (also known as Austin Powers 2: The Spy Who Shagged Me), New Line Cinema, 1999. Hue Gang Pao, The Silent Force, Vision Films, 2000. (As George Kee Cheung) Sensei Matsumura, U.S. Seals II (also known as U.S. Seals II: The Ultimate Force), Artisan Entertainment, 2001. (As George Kee Cheung) Christopher, Wicked Game (also known as Extreme Heist), Phaedra Cinema, 2001.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Black Biography, Volume 31, Gale, 2001.

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Kee

Cheung,

PERSONAL Addresses: Agent—The Gage Group, 14724 Ventura Blvd., Ⲇ505, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423. Career: Actor, stunt performer, and stunt coordinator. CREDITS Film Appearances: (As George Kee Cheung) Bruce, The Killer Elite, United Artists, 1975. Invisible Strangler, TransWorld Entertainment, 1976. Guard Ⲇ1, The Kentucky Fried Movie, United Film Distribution, 1977. Jimmy Wong, The Amsterdam Kill (also known as He jing die xie), Columbia, 1977. Vietcong leader, The Exterminator, AVCO Embassy, 1980. Doctor Pai, Spider–Man: The Dragon’s Challenge, 1980. (As George Kee Cheung) Wang, The Beach Girls, Crown International Pictures, 1982. Kung Fu fighter, Going Berserk, 1983. (As George Kee Cheung) Tay, Rambo: First Blood Part II, TriStar, 1985. Chang Sing Ⲇ6, Big Trouble in Little China (also known as John Carpenter’s Big Trouble in Little China), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1986. (As George Kee Cheung) Tuan, Opposing Force (also known as Hellcamp), Orion, 1986. Lomax’s gardener, Weekend at Bernie’s (also known as Hot and Cold), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1989. Paul, Long xing tian xia (also known as The Master and Wong fei hung), Buena Vista Home Video, 1989. Hotel guest, Another 48 Hrs., Paramount, 1990. Gillette, Robocop 2, Orion, 1990. Lung On, 1000 Pieces of Gold, Greycat Films, 1990.

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Psycho III (also known as Psicosis 3 and Psycose 3), 1986. Return to Horror High, New World Pictures, 1987. Million Dollar Mystery, 1987. Steele Justice, Paramount, 1987. The Perfect Weapon, Paramount, 1991. Showdown in Little Tokyo, Warner Bros., 1991. Ricochet, Warner Bros., 1991. Wishman, Curb/Esquire, 1991. Rapid Fire, 1992. Distant Justice, 1992. Wayne’s World 2, 1993. RoboCop 3, Orion, 1993. New York Cop, 1995. Major Payne, 1995. Escape from L.A. (also known as John Carpenter’s Escape from L.A.), Paramount, 1996. Mars Attacks!, Warner Bros., 1996. (As George Chung) Beverly Hills Ninja, TriStar, 1997. Red Corner, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1997. U.S. Marshals, Warner Bros., 1998. Brokedown Palace, 1999.

Television Appearances; Episodic: George Chang, ⬙Merchants of Death,⬙ The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1975. First Japanese soldier, ⬙Poor Little Lambs,⬙ Baa Baa Black Sheep (also known as Black Sheep Squadron), NBC, 1977. Metal detector man, ⬙Tissue of Truth,⬙ Quincy, M.E., 1977. (As George Kee Cheung) Second agent, ⬙Rancho Outcast,⬙ The Bionic Woman, NBC, 1978. (As George Kee Cheung) Harry Lee, ⬙Heartaches of a Fool,⬙ The Rockford Files, NBC, 1978. Mr. Munn, ⬙Spaced Out,⬙ Wonder Woman, CBS, 1979. (As George Kee Cheung) The Jobber, ⬙China Girl,⬙ How the West Was Won, ABC, 1979. (As George Lee Cheung) Attendant, ⬙Amusement Park/ Rock Stars,⬙ Fantasy Island, ABC, 1979. Doctor Pai, ⬙The Chinese Web: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ The Amazing Spider–Man, CBS, 1979. (As George Kee Cheung) First Korean soldier, ⬙Guerilla My Dreams,⬙ M*A*S*H, CBS, 1979. (As George Kee Cheung) Jimmy Lee, ⬙The Man with the Jade Eyes,⬙ Hart to Hart, ABC, 1979. Tuan, ⬙Shangri–la Lil,⬙ Salvage 1, 1979. ⬙It’s a Wise Surgeon,⬙ Trapper John, M.D., CBS, 1980. (As George Kee Cheung) Choi, ⬙China Doll,⬙ Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1980. Osada, ⬙Sword of Honor, Blade of Death,⬙ Quincy, M.E., 1982. Chan, ⬙The Promotion,⬙ Archie Bunker’s Place, CBS, 1983. George Po, ⬙Chinatown,⬙ T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1983. Yen, ⬙China Doll,⬙ Matt Houston, ABC, 1983. (As George Kee Cheung) Kwan, the dragon, ⬙Breath of the Dragon,⬙ Manimal, NBC, 1983. (As George Kee Cheung) Ling, ⬙Year of the Dog,⬙ Hart to Hart, ABC, 1983. (As George Kee Cheung) Lin Yu–Wong, ⬙Harm’s Way,⬙ Simon & Simon, CBS, 1984. (As George Kee Cheung) Victor Chang, ⬙Holmes Is Where the Heart Is,⬙ Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1984. Lin, ⬙Wanted Man: Part 2,⬙ Matt Houston, ABC, 1984. Dr. Coe, ⬙Night Vigil,⬙ T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1984. (As George Kee Cheung) Kanki’s nephew, ⬙The Love– for–Sale Boat,⬙ Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1985. (As George Kee Cheung) General Narai, ⬙The Golden Triangle,⬙ MacGyver, ABC, 1985. (As George Kee Cheung) ⬙The Deadly Circle,⬙ Airwolf, CBS, 1985. Hood, ⬙Trial By Fire,⬙ The Fall Guy, ABC, 1986. (As George Kee Cheung) Danny Lee/Mal Fay, ⬙Smiles We Left Behind: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Riptide, NBC, 1986. (As George Kee Cheung) Taneka, ⬙Knight of the Rising Sun,⬙ Knight Rider, NBC, 1986. Colonel Sien, ⬙The Sound of Thunder,⬙ The A–Team, NBC, 1986.

Film Work; Other: Additional voices, Glengarry Glen Ross, New Line Cinema, 1992. Chinese translation, Sneakers, 1992. Second unit director, White Tiger, 1996. Chinese consultant, Lethal Weapon 4 (also known as Lethal 4), 1998. Stunt coordinator, New York Cop, Overseas FilmGroup, 1996. Television Appearances; Series: (As George Lee Cheong) Bartender Chaing, Bring ’Em Back Alive, CBS, 1982. (As George Lee Cheong) Mr. Hahn, Santa Barbara, NBC, 1988. Mr. Chang, Sunset Beach, NBC, 1997. Television Appearances; Movies: Jerry, Promises to Keep, CBS, 1985. Dr. Cheung, Who Is Julia?, CBS, 1986. (Uncredited) Mugger, The Long Journey Home, ABC, 1987. (As George Kee Cheung) Mr. Matsunaga, Cooperstown, TNT, 1993. Worthy Hsung, Curacao (also known as Deadly Currents), Showtime, 1993. Duc Tran, Secret of the Horse, 2001. Tojo Sakamura, Invincible, TBS, 2001. Mr. Tsing, S.F.C., Showtime, 2003. Television Appearances; Pilots: Saffron, Blue’s chef, Johnny Blue, CBS, 1983. How Dang, Whattley by the Bay, CBS, 1988. 89

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(As George Kee Cheung) Tran Loc, ⬙Tale of the Tiger,⬙ Simon & Simon, CBS, 1987. (As George Lee Cheung) Phoung Kiet, ⬙Hot Spell,⬙ China Beach, ABC, 1988. (As George Kee Cheung) Chin, ⬙Battle of the Barge,⬙ Wiseguy, CBS, 1989. (As George Chung) Toy, ⬙Children of Light,⬙ MacGyver, ABC, 1989. Bob Moore, ⬙Mrs. Peacock in the Library with the Lead Pipe,⬙ Knots Landing, 1989. U.N. translator, ⬙Mr. Butterfly,⬙ Under Cover, 1991. Sifu, ⬙I’d Do Anything,⬙ Jake and the Fatman, 1991. Cheung, ⬙Two Different Worlds,⬙ Jake and the Fatman, 1991. Dr. Liang, ⬙The Mountain of Youth,⬙ MacGvyer, ABC, 1992. (As George Kee Cheung) Chinese professor, ⬙Guess Who’s Coming to College?,⬙ Saved by the Bell: The College Years, NBC, 1993. (As George Kee Cheung) Ronald Chow, ⬙Foreign Co– respondent,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1993. Mr. Kim, ⬙Seoul Shake,⬙ Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, ABC, 1993. Stephanie Cheng, ⬙Cop Suey,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 1994. (As George Kee Cheung) Manzo Tokada, ⬙Tiger’s Eye,⬙ Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1994. Japanese representative, ⬙The Curse of Willis,⬙ Land’s End, syndicated, 1995. (As George Kee Cheung) Ikuma Nakata, ⬙Kendo Killing,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1996. (As George Kee Cheung) Owner, ⬙The Pothole,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1997. (As George Kee Cheung) Voice, ⬙Eyes of a Dragon,⬙ Extreme Ghostbusters (animated), syndicated, 1997. (As George Kee Cheung) Voice, ⬙Fallout,⬙ Extreme Ghostbusters (animated), syndicated, 1997. (As George Kee Cheung) Ambassador Chen, ⬙Doppleganger: Part 2,⬙ Seven Days, UPN, 1998. (As George Kee Cheung) Wu Feng, ⬙Takeout,⬙ Martial Law, CBS, 1998. (As George Kee Cheung) Mr. Fong, ⬙Sticks and Stones,⬙ ER, NBC, 1999. (As George Kee Cheung) Master Cho, ⬙The Master,⬙ Mortal Kombat: Conquest (animated), TNT and syndicated, 1999. (As George Kee Cheung) Chung Sun, ⬙Chinatown,⬙ The Magnificent Seven, CBS, 1999. Khan, ⬙Back in the Bottle,⬙ Xena: Warrior Princess, syndicated, 1999. (As George Kee Cheung) Dr. Tanaka, ⬙Prodigy,⬙ Dark Angel, Fox, 2000. Tai–chi master, ⬙Lord of the Flies,⬙ Popular, 2000. Dinh, ⬙Sleeping Dogs Lies,⬙ The Agency, CBS, 2002. Mr. Quon, ⬙A Little Dad’ll Do Ya,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 2002. Mr. Su, ⬙Death Works Overtime,⬙ Six Feet Under, HBO, 2003.

Also appeared as Tony, ⬙The Great Wall of Chinatown,⬙ The Blue Knight, CBS; Nuygen/Viet Cong captain, Thunder in Paradise, syndicated; Ho, The Six O’Clock Follies; Mr. Wong, Blue Skies; Mr. Chan, Michael Hayes. Television Stunts; Miniseries: War and Remembrance, ABC, 1988. Television Work; Movies: Assistant stunt coordinator, Invincible, TBS, 2001. Television Work; Series: (English version; as George Kee) Additional voices, Cowboy Bebop, Cartoon Network and syndicated, 1998. RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of Huang Zhenmeng, Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix, Activision, 2002.

CHRISTIAN, Shawn 1965– PERSONAL Born December 18, 1965, in Grand Rapids, MI; married Deborah Quinn (a model), May 18, 1996; children: one son. Education: Ferris State University, degree in business, 1989. Addresses: Agent—David Boxerbaum, Metropolitan Talent Agency, 4526 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010. Manager—Joanna Burstein, Burstein Co., 15304 Sunset Blvd., Suite 208, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272. Career: Actor. Worked as a model in Chicago, IL. Alibi Lounge, Big Rapids, MI, worked as bartender and assistant manager. Awards, Honors: Soap Opera Digest Award nomination, ⬙hottest male star,⬙ 1996, for As the World Turns; Congressional Medal of Merit for youth leadership in his community. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Mike Kasnoff, As the World Turns, CBS, 1994–1997. Val Poole, Wind on Water, NBC, 1998. 90

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 Wayne, a recurring role, Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1999. Ross Rayburn, One Life to Live (also known as One Life to Live: The Summer of Seduction), ABC, 2002. Wade Brixton, a recurring role, Birds of Prey, The WB, 2002–2003.

CLENNON Television Appearances; Pilots: Electra’s Guy, syndicated, 2000. Malcolm Cross (some sources cite David Cross), Red Skies, USA Network, 2002. Johnny, Immediate Family, The WB, 2003. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, The 23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, CBS, 1996. Host, The 12th Annual Soap Opera Awards, NBC, 1996.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, Star Search, 1994. Quinn Ragowski, ⬙Motherly Love,⬙ Pacific Palisades, Fox, 1997. Quinn Ragowski, ⬙Sweet Revenge,⬙ Pacific Palisades, Fox, 1997. Quinn Ragowski, ⬙End Game,⬙ Pacific Palisades, Fox, 1997. Danny, ⬙Gay Yellow Pages,⬙ Ellen, ABC, 1997. Trevor Davis, ⬙Dream Racer,⬙ Malcolm & Eddie, UPN, 1997. Adam Galbreth, ⬙Inside Traitor,⬙ Team Knight Rider, syndicated, 1997. The plumber, ⬙Special Delivery,⬙ Men Behaving Badly, NBC, 1997. Police Officer Adams, ⬙Justice for All, and...,⬙ Step by Step, CBS, 1998. Police Officer Adams, ⬙... Justice for Some,⬙ Step by Step, CBS, 1998. Nick, ⬙Three Stages of Love,⬙ The Love Boat: The Next Wave, UPN, 1999. Josh, ⬙Is There a Woogy in the House?,⬙ Charmed, The WB, 1999. Josh, ⬙When Bad Warlocks Go Good,⬙ Charmed, The WB, 1999. Josh, ⬙Blind Sided,⬙ Charmed, The WB, 1999. Josh, ⬙Out of Sight,⬙ Charmed, The WB, 1999. Dr. Lawrence Brandon, ⬙Call to Glory,⬙ Pensacola: Wings of Gold, syndicated, 1999. Randall, ⬙The Time They Decided to Date,⬙ Time of Your Life, Fox, 2000. ⬙Run, Val, Run,⬙ V.I.P., syndicated, 2000. Patrick Haynes/Chad Matthews, ⬙Table Stakes,⬙ C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation, CBS, 2001. Adam Flynn, ⬙Believers,⬙ Crossing Jordan, NBC, 2001. Adam Flynn, ⬙Digger: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Crossing Jordan, NBC, 2001. Santa, ⬙An Office and a Gentleman,⬙ Spin City, ABC, 2001. Dr. Schiff, ⬙The One with the Creepy Holiday Card⬙ (also known as ⬙The One with Ross’s Step Forward⬙), Friends, NBC, 2001. Dennis, ⬙Hot from the Oven,⬙ The Chronicle, Sci–Fi Channel, 2002. Kevin, ⬙L.A. Woman,⬙ Becker, CBS, 2002. Detective Stokes (some sources cite Detective Sykes), ⬙Nocturne,⬙ Haunted, UPN, 2002. Grant, ⬙The Dawn Patrol,⬙ The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 2002. Kevin, ⬙Nightmare on Becker Street,⬙ Becker, CBS, 2003.

Television Appearances; Other: Eugene Farrow, CTS: Toronto, 1999. Film Appearances: Wink Hendricks, Beautiful, Destination Films, 2000. Desert Jack Sawyer, Tremors 3: Back to Perfection, Universal Studios Home Video, 2001.

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CLENNON, David 1943– PERSONAL Born May 10, 1943, in Waukegan, IL; son of Cecil (an accountant) and Virginia (a homemaker) Clennon; married Perry Adelman (a writer and camera assistant), 1996; children: Daisy Virginia and Harry Francis (twins). Education: Attended University of Notre Dame; studied drama at Yale University. Addresses: Agent—Writers & Artists Agency, 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 550, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actor. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor in a drama series, 1990, for thirtysomething; Emmy Award, outstanding guest actor in a comedy series, 1993, for Dream On; Golden Satellite Award, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a miniseries or motion picture made for television, 1999, for From the Earth to the Moon. CREDITS Film Appearances: Toombs, The Paper Chase, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1973. 91

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Carl (man in gas station), Bound for Glory, 1976. Tim, Coming Home (also known as Hemkomsten), United Artists, 1977. Captain, The Greatest, Columbia, 1977. Gray Lady Down, Universal, 1977. Lieutenant Finley Wattsberg, Go Tell the Spartans, Avco Embassy, 1978. Social worker, Billy in the Lowlands, FIF Inc., 1978. Psychiatrist, On the Yard, Midwest Film, 1978. Thomas Franklin, Being There (also known as Chance and Willkommen, Mr. Chance), United Artists, 1979. Richard Fieldston, Hide in Plain Sight, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1980. Dave Robell, Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains (also known as All Washed Up), Paramount, 1981. Consul Phil Putnam, Missing, Universal, 1981. Geb, Star 80, Warner Bros., 1982. Palmer, The Thing (also known as John Carpenter’s The Thing), Universal, 1982. Newspaper editor, The Escape Artist, Orion/Warner Bros., 1982. Liaison man, The Right Stuff, Warner Bros., 1983. Amnon, Hannah K., Universal, 1983. Brian Gilmore, Falling in Love, Paramount, 1984. Randy Hughes, Sweet Dreams, TriStar, 1985. Lars, The Trouble with Dick, Frolix, 1986. Blanchard, Legal Eagles, Universal, 1986. Mason Mogan, He’s My Girl, Scotti Brothers, 1987. Lawrence Baird, The Couch Trip, Orion, 1988. Jack Carpenter, Betrayed, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/ United Artists, 1988. Jerome Sweet, Downtown, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1990. Robert, Light Sleeper, Fine Line, 1992. Lewie Duart, Man Trouble, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1992. Jack, Matinee, Universal, 1993. Jim, Two Crimes (also known as Kissing Cousin and Dos crimenes), 1994. Dr. ⬙Jonesy⬙ Jones, Grace of My Heart, Gramercy, 1996. Street Preacher, Mad City, Warner Bros., 1997. Martin, Playing by Heart (also known as Intermedia), Miramax, 1998. Bill Brenner, The Visit, Shoreline Entertainment, 2000. Senator Chuck McGee, The Heart of the Possible, 2002. Himself, Realizing ⬙The Right Stuff,⬙ Warner Bros., 2003.

Television Appearances; Movies: Tom Trimpin, The Migrants, CBS, 1974. Peter Karpf, Crime Club, CBS, 1975. Panic in Echo Park, NBC, 1977. Steve Rawlin, Reward, ABC, 1980. James Fitzpatrick, Gideon’s Trumpet, CBS, 1980. The Day the Bubble Burst, NBC, 1982. Dr. Bruce Lyman, Special Bulletin, NBC, 1983. Reverend Werner, Best Kept Secrets, ABC, 1984. U.S. Attorney Richard Schultz, Conspiracy: The Trial of the Chicago 8, HBO, 1987. Dr. Sigmond Grampton, The Image, HBO, 1990. Reverend Dwight Moore, Black Widow Murders: The Blanche Taylor Moore Story, NBC, 1993. Mr. Johnstone, And the Band Played On, HBO, 1993. Dr. Ruland Beesley, Nurses on the Line: The Crash of Flight 7 (also known as Race against the Dark: The Crash of Flight 7), CBS, 1993. Jimbo, Original Sins (also known as Acts of Contrition), CBS, 1995. William Henry Harrison, Tecumseh: The Last Warrior, TNT, 1995. Mr. Filger, The Staircase, CBS, 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Harry Jones, Helter Skelter (also known as Massacre in Hollywood), CBS, 1976. Phillip Murray, Blood and Orchids, CBS, 1986. Dr. Lee Silver, From the Earth to the Moon, HBO, 1998. Television Appearances; Pilots: David, Marriage Is Alive and Well, NBC, Lester Brotman, First Time, Second Time, Martian High Council Leader, Toonces, Could Drive a Car (also known as Friends), NBC, 1992. Joshua Nankin, The Agency, CBS, 2001.

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Television Appearances; Specials: Medvedenko, ⬙The Seagull,⬙ Theatre in America, PBS, 1975. Television Appearances; Episodic: Bodhisattva, ⬙Abduction,⬙ Barney Miller, 1977. Stevens, ⬙Asylum,⬙ Barney Miller, 1977. George Martin, ⬙The Summer of ’69: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Kojak, 1977. Justice Department Counsel Chester Monahan, ⬙Identity,⬙ Barney Miller, 1979. Howard Speer, ⬙The Architect,⬙ Barney Miller, 1980. Weckler, ⬙Homeless,⬙ Barney Miller, 1981. Norris Breeze, ⬙The Consultant,⬙ WKRP in Cincinnati, CBS, 1981.

Television Appearances; Series: Dr. Calvin, Rafferty, CBS, 1977. Jeff O’Neal, Park Place, CBS, 1981. Miles Drentell, a recurring role, thirtysomething, ABC, 1989–1991. Neal Luder, Almost Perfect (also known as You Can’t Have It All), CBS, 1995–1996. 92

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COLOMBIER Pyotr Sergeyevich Trofimov, The Cherry Orchard, NYSF, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City, 1977. Tales from the Vienna Woods, Yale Repertory Theatre, 1978. Mistaken Identities, Yale Repertory Theatre, 1978. S.S. Glencairn, Long Wharf Theatre, 1978. Beyond Therapy, Los Angeles Public Theatre, Los Angeles, 1983. Jeremy M., Talking Things over with Chekov, Victory Theatre, Hollywood, CA, 1987. Also appeared in Operation Sidewinder and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, both Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, October 8, 1990, pp. 51–52.

Also appeared as voice of the boss, ⬙Unemployment: Part 2⬙ (also known as ⬙Theory of the Leisure Ass⬙), Mission Hill, The WB; voice of the boss, ⬙Stories of Hope and Forgiveness⬙ (also known as ⬙Day of the Jackass⬙), Mission Hill, The WB; Prosser, Michael Hayes, CBS; Stan Pooch, Birdland; in Earth 2.

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Stage Appearances: Messenger to King John, King John, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, New York City, 1967. Martius, Titus Andronicus, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1967. ⬙The Golden Goose,⬙ Story Theatre, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1968. The Blood Knot, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1970. Kid, The Unseen Hand, and Emmett, Forensic and the Navigators (double–bill), Astor Place Theatre, New York City, 1970. Loot, Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT, 1972. Marat/Sade (also known as The Persecution and Assassination of Jean–Paul Marat As Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade), Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, Louisville, KY, 1972. Oliver, As You Like It, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1973. Boy, Welcome to Andromeda, and narrator, Variety Obit (double–bill), Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1973. Alfred Allmers, Little Eyolf, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1974. The Seagull, Long Wharf Theatre, 1974. Doctor, Medal of Honor Rag, Folger Theatre Group, Washington, DC, then Theatre De Lys, New York City, both 1976.

Born May 23, 1939, in Lyon, France; father, a musician (violin and trombone); married; has children. Education: Attended a musical conservatory in Mulhouse, France, and Paris Conservatory; studied musical composition with Michel Magne. Career: Composer, music arranger, orchestrator, conductor, keyboard performer, and recording artist. Barclay Records, worked as musical director and music arranger; musical conductor, including work with Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; also worked as a pianist. Military service: Served in French Army. Awards, Honors: Cesar Award nomination, best music written for a film, Academie des Arts et Techniques du Cinema, 1983, for Une chambre en ville; Grammy Award nomination, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, c. 1984, for Against All Odds; Globe award nomination, best original score, Fennecus Awards, 1985, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best original score for a motion picture, 1986, all for White Nights; Annual CableACE Award nomination, National Cable Television Association, c. 1986, for Florida Straits; Cesar Award, best music written for a film (with others), 1996, for Elisa; Grand prix, L’Academie Charles Cros, Edison Prize, and three Grammy Award nominations, all for the album Wings; Genie Award nomination, best score, Academy of 93

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Canadian Cinema and Television, for the television special Wings; Tokyo Music Award, Prix de la Musique Symphonique Legere. CREDITS Film Work: Music arranger, L’amour avec des si (also known as In the Affirmative and Avec des si), Films de Pleiade, 1962. Music arranger, The Suitor, 1963. Music director, Steel (also known as Look Down and Die and Men of Steel), World Northal, 1980. Music conductor, The Money Pit, Universal, 1986. Orchestrator, The Golden Child, Paramount, 1986. Orchestrator, Who’s Harry Crumb?, TriStar, 1989. Music director, Asterix et le coup du menhir (also known as Asterix and the Big Fight and Asterix— Operation Hinkelstein), Jugendfilm–Verleih, 1989. Orchestrator, The Program, Buena Vista, 1993. Orchestrator and music performer, Barb Wire, Gramercy, 1996. Keyboard performer, Woo, New Line Cinema, 1998.

Also performed for the original soundtrack recording Golden Child, Capitol.

Film Appearances: Himself, L’univers de Jacques Demy (also known as The Universe of Jacques Demy and The World of Jacques Demy), 1995.

Videos: Recorded and wrote a companion book for the educational video The World of Music: The Piano, Volume 1.

Television Work; Specials: Music director, Portrait of Petula, NBC, 1969. Music arranger, Petula Clark in Concert: A Sign of the Times, PBS, 2001.

WRITINGS Composer for Films: Coplan, agent secret FX (also known as FX 18, Secret Agent, Accion en Mallorca, Order: FX 18 debe morir, and Uccidete agente segreto 777—stop), Something Weird Video, 1964. Une souris chez les hommes (also known as A Mouse with the Men and Un drole de caid), 1964. La famille Hernandez, 1964. L’arme a gauche (also known as The Dictator’s Guns, Guns for the Dictator, Armas para el Caribe, and Corpo a corpo), Something Weird Video, 1964. L’or du duc, Cocinor, 1965. Marie–Chantal contre Docteur Kha (also known as Marie–Chantal vs. Doctor Kha, Maria Chantal contra el Doctor Kha, and Marie Chantal contro il Dr. Kha), Interpeninsular, 1965. Un monde nouveau (also known as A New World, A Young World, Un mondo nuovo, and Un monde jeune), Lopert Pictures, 1966. L’horizon (also known as Horizon), International Cinevision, 1967. Si j’etais un espion (also known as Breakdown and If I Were a Spy), Compagnie Commerciale Francaise Cinematographique, 1967.

RECORDINGS Albums: Conductor, Anna (original soundtrack recording), Polygram International, 1967. Performer, Wings, A & M, 1971. Performer, Nadia’s Theme (The Young and the Restless) (original soundtrack recording), 1975. Performer, V (original soundtrack recording), 1979. Conductor, Rampal Plays Gershwin, Sony, 1985. Performer, Romances for Saxophone, Sony, 1986. Conductor and performer, Classic Gershwin, Sony, 1987. Performer, Surrender (original soundtrack recording), Jive, 1987. Conductor and performer, Moscow String Quartet: Glinka and Tchaikovsky, Sony, 1988. Performer, Satisfaction (original soundtrack recording), K–tel, 1988. Conductor and performer, Jean–Pierre Rampal: Music, My Love, Sony, 1989. 94

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COLOMBIER Catchfire (also known as Backtrack and Do It the Hard Way), Vestron, 1989. Loverboy, TriStar, 1989. Impulse, Warner Bros., 1990. Midnight Cabaret, Warner Bros., 1990. New Jack City, Warner Bros., 1991. Strictly Business, Warner Bros., 1991. Dark Wind, Carolco, 1991. Diary of a Hitman, 1991. Deep Cover, New Line Cinema, 1992. Folks!, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1992. Posse, Gramercy, 1993. The Program, Buena Vista, 1993. Major League II, Warner Bros., 1994. Elisa, Sogepaq Distribucion, 1995. L’univers de Jacques Demy (also known as The Universe of Jacques Demy and The World of Jacques Demy), 1995. Barb Wire, Gramercy, 1996. Foxfire, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1996. Meet Wally Sparks, Trimark Pictures, 1997. Claudine’s Return (also known as Kiss of Fire), Miramax Home Entertainment, 1998. Woo, New Line Cinema, 1998. How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Twentieth Century– Fox, 1998. Trippin’, October Films, 1999. Dark Summer (also known as Innocents), Santelmo Entertainment, 1999. Screwed, MCA/Universal, 2000. Running on the Sun: The Badwater 135 (also known as Running on the Sun), Galaxy Entertainment, 2000. Next Stop, Eternity, Seventh Art Releasing, 2000. Swept Away, Screen Gems, 2002.

La femme ecarlate (also known as The Bitch Wants Blood, The Scarlet Lady, and La donna scarlatta), Les Films de l’Epee/Les films la Boetie/P.E.A. Films, 1968. Etre libre (also known as To Be Free), Films Y.D., 1968. Mr. Freedom, 1969, Grove Press, 1970. Backtrack!, Universal, 1969. Colossus: The Forbin Project (also known as Colossus, The Day the World Changed Hands, and The Forbin Project), Universal, 1970. Les assassins de l’ordre (also known as Law Breakers and Inchiesta su un delitto della polizia), Compagnie Commerciale Francaise Cinematographique, 1971. Un flic (also known as Dirty Money and Notte sulla citta), 1972, Allied Artists, 1975. L’heritier (also known as The Inheritor and L’erede), Hera Films, 1973. Tarots (also known as Angela and Autopsy), Anchor Bay Entertainment, 1973. Le hasard et la violence (also known as Chance and Violence, Amore e violenza, and Assassinio al sole), VPS Film–Entertainment, 1974. Paul and Michelle (also known as Paul et Michelle), Paramount, 1974. Les onze mille verges (also known as Bisexual and The 11,000 Sexes), Oceanic, 1975. Le couple temoin (also known as The Model Couple), Films Paris–New York/Institut National de L’Audiovisuel, 1975. L’alpagueur (also known as Hunter Will Get You), 1976, Joseph Green Pictures, 1980. Steel (also known as Look Down and Die and Men of Steel), World Northal, 1980. Une chambre en ville (also known as A Room in Town and Una camera in citta), 1982. Against All Odds, Columbia, 1984. (With Prince) Purple Rain, Warner Bros., 1984. (Including song ⬙People on a String⬙) White Nights, Columbia, 1985. (Including songs ⬙Cowboy Paradise,⬙ ⬙The Heart Is So Willing,⬙ ⬙Sittin’ on a Dream,⬙ and ⬙Skin Tight⬙) The Money Pit, Universal, 1986. Ruthless People, Buena Vista, 1986. (Including song ⬙The Chosen One⬙) The Golden Child, Paramount, 1986. Surrender, Warner Bros., 1987. The Couch Trip, Orion, 1988. Satisfaction (also known as Girls of Summer), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1988. In extremis, Capital Cinema, 1988. Cop, Atlantic Releasing, 1988. The Wizard of Loneliness, Skouras Pictures, 1988. Who’s Harry Crumb?, TriStar, 1989. Out Cold, Hemdale, 1989. (Including song ⬙Zonked⬙) Asterix et le coup du menhir (also known as Asterix and the Big Fight and Asterix—Operation Hinkelstein), Jugendfilm–Verleih, 1989.

Television Music; Movies: The Other Man, NBC, 1970. The 11th Victim (also known as The Lakeside Killer), CBS, 1979. Florida Straits, HBO, 1986. Double Switch, ABC, 1987. Desperado, NBC, 1987. The Return of Desperado, NBC, 1988. Desperado: Avalanche at Devil’s Ridge, NBC, 1988. Desperado: The Outlaw Wars, NBC, 1989. Desperado: Badlands Justice, NBC, 1989. Buried Alive, USA Network, 1990. Sudie and Simpson, Lifetime, 1990. The Fatal Image (also known as French Kill and Meurtre en video), CBS, 1990. Fatal Exposure, USA Network, 1991. Fever, HBO, 1991. Tagget, USA Network, 1991. Strays, USA Network, 1991. Dirty Work, USA Network, 1992. Ladykiller, USA Network, 1992. Fade to Black, USA Network, 1993. Daybreak, HBO, 1993. Out of Darkness, ABC, 1994. 95

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Incident at Deception Ridge (also known as Terror at Deception Ridge), USA Network, 1994. Mary & Tim, CBS, 1996. Murder in My Mind, CBS, 1997. Buried Alive 2, USA Network, 1997. The Right Connections, Showtime, 1997. Color of Justice, Showtime, 1997. Scattering Dad, CBS, 1998. The Long Way Home, CBS, 1998. Freak City, Showtime, 1999. Sabrina, Down Under, ABC, 1999. Pros and Cons, Cinemax, 1999. Warden of Red Rock, Showtime, 2001. Deacons for Defense, Showtime, 2002.

Composer for Le bourgeois gentilhomme, performed at Comedie francaise; and Messe pour le temps present (also known as Metamorphose). Composer; Other: Classical compositions include ⬙Trois mouvements dans le style classique,⬙ 1963; ⬙Wings,⬙ 1970; ⬙Stanislas,⬙ 1975; ⬙Bird Song,⬙ 1978; ⬙Spring (The Birth Of),⬙ 1978; ⬙Autumn Land,⬙ 1978; ⬙Dolorosa,⬙ 1982; ⬙Nightbird,⬙ 1983; ⬙Quadrachrome,⬙ 1984; ⬙Le jeune homme et la mort⬙ (for orchestra), 1985; ⬙Suite francaise,⬙ 1986; and ⬙Celebration,⬙ 1992. Composer of songs, chamber music pieces, symphonies, concertos, and video operas.

Television Music; Miniseries: The Rhinemann Exchange, NBC, 1977. (With others) Testimony of Two Men, syndicated, 1977. Television Music; Series: The Survivors (also known as Harold Robbins’ The Survivors), ABC, 1969. Theme music, Paris 7000, ABC, 1970. Theme music, Shell Game, CBS, 1987. Largo Winch (also known as Largo Winch—Gefaehrliches Erbe), Mystery Channel (Canada), 2001.

ADAPTATIONS Some of Colombier’s film music has been included in soundtrack recordings from the films. The song ⬙Elisa⬙ was included in the video De Serge Gainsbourg a Gainsbarre de 1958–1991, released by Universal Pictures Video, 1994. His compositions have also been recorded by other performing artists.

Television Music; Episodic: Composer for ⬙Lower Berth,⬙ an episode of Tales from the Crypt (also known as HBO’s Tales from the Crypt), HBO; also composer for Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

OTHER SOURCES

Television Music; Other: Puce, 1968. La tete a l’envers, 1972. Le lever de rideau, 1973. ⬙Emmanuel,⬙ You Don’t Have to Die (special), HBO, 1988. (Including theme music) Largo Winch (pilot; also known as Largo Winch—Gefaehrliches Erbe), 2001. Messiah (also known as Messiah I: The First Killings), 2001. Messiah 2: Vengeance Is Mine, 2003.

Electronic: Michel Colombier, http://www.michelcolombier.com, April 30, 2003.

COSTER, Nicolas 1934– (Nicholas Coster, Nick Coster) PERSONAL Born December 3, 1934, in London, England; father, a New Zealand marine commander; married Candace Hilligoss (an actress and novelist; divorced, 1981); children: two daughters, Ian. Education: Attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts; studied acting at Sanford Meisner’s Neighborhood Playhouse; studied film at New York University. Avocational Interests: Scuba diving.

Also composed the score for the Canadian special Wings. Stage Music; Ballets: Le jeune homme et la mort, 1985. The Rabbit’s Fur, Twyla Tharp Dance Company, 1987. The Rules of the Game, Ballets de l’Opera de Paris, 1989. A Brief Fling, American Ballet Theatre, 1990. Ballet de laneige et du vent, 1992.

Career: Actor. Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, founding member; Cousteau Society, founding member. Military service: U.S. Coast Guard skipper. 96

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 Awards, Honors: Soap Opera Digest Award nomination, outstanding actor in a supporting role on a daytime serial, 1986, Daytime Emmy Award nominations, outstanding supporting actor in a drama series, 1986, 1988, Soap Opera Digest Award, outstanding actor in a supporting role—daytime, 1988, Daytime Emmy Award nominations, outstanding lead actor in a drama series, 1991, 1992, all for Santa Barbara.

COSTER Robert Delaney, Somerset (also known as Another World: Somerset and Somerset: Bay City), NBC, 1970–1972. Robert Delaney, Another World (also known as Another World: Bay City), NBC, 1970–1971, 1972–1976, 1980, 1989. Chief J. C. Carson, The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo (also know as Lobo), NBC, 1980–1980. Dr. Morris Whitford, Ryan’s Four, ABC, 1983. Anthony Makana, One Life to Live, ABC, 1983–1984. Lionel Lockridge, Santa Barbara, NBC, 1984–1988, 1990–1993. Steve Andrews, All My Children, ABC, 1988–1989. John Eldridge, As the World Turns, CBS, 1993–1995.

CREDITS Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Bit part, Titanic, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1953. Asa Polsen, The Outcast (also known as The Fortune Hunter), Republic Pictures, 1954. Roy Fellows, City of Shadows, Republic Pictures, 1955. Light Fantastic, Embassy Pictures, 1964. Harry Lindsay, My Blood Runs Cold, Warner Bros., 1965. James Quinn, The Sporting Club, AVCO Embassy, 1971. Markham, All the President’s Men, Warner Bros., 1976. Major Sidney Huff, MacArthur’s aide, MacArthur (also known as MacArthur, the Rebel General), Universal, 1977. Spitzer, The Big Fix, Universal, 1978. David Fillmore, Slow Dancing in the Big City, United Artists, 1978. U.S. Olympic team doctor, Goldengirl, AVCO Embassy, 1979. Harris, Just You and Me, Kid, Columbia, 1979. Dr. Stone, The Concorde: Airport ’79 (also known as Airport ’79, Airport ’80: The Concorde, The Concorde, and S.O.S. Concorde), Universal, 1979. Fitzgerald, The Electric Horseman, Universal, 1979. Mr. Whitney, Little Darlings, Paramount, 1980. Warden Henry Sampson, Stir Crazy, Columbia, 1980. Walter, Why Would I Lie?, 1980. Avery, The Pursuit of D. B. Cooper (also known as Pursuit), Universal, 1981. Paul Trullinger, Reds, Paramount, 1981. Hunt Shelton, Big Business, Buena Vista, 1988. Dr. Phillip Jellinak, Sr., How I Got into College, 1989. Harry Lovell, Betsy’s Wedding, Buena Vista, 1990. Admiral Torrance, Freedom Strike, A–Pix Entertainment, 1998. Charles, Love Happens, Curb Entertainment, 1999. Emcee, Miss Supreme Queen, 1999. Bum Joe, Blood Type, 1999.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Peter Ajemian, The Word, CBS, 1978. Matty Firestone, Princess Daisy, NBC, 1983. Television Appearances; Movies: General Philip Sheridan, The Court–Martial of George Armstrong Custer, NBC, 1977. Governor, A Fire in the Sky, NBC, 1978. Dr. Roberts, Long Journey Back, ABC, 1978. Carl, Friendly Fire, ABC, 1979. Bud Hensen, The Solitary Man, CBS, 1979. (Uncredited) The Women’s Room, ABC, 1980. The Day the Bubble Burst, NBC, 1982. Maurice Carver, M.A.D.D.: Mothers against Drunk Drivers, NBC, 1983. Uncle Edgar, Beverly Hills Madam (also known as Ladies of the Night), NBC, 1986. Mr. Gorman, Incident at Dark River (also known as Dark River—A Father’s Revenge), TNT, 1989. General Renning—⬙Icarus,⬙ By Dawn’s Early Light (also known as Red Alert), HBO, 1990. Natural Selection (also known as Dark Reflection), Fox, 1994. Harry Winslow, Hearts Adrift, USA Network, 1996. Arthur Durning, Full Circle (also known as Danielle Steel’s ⬙Full Circle⬙), NBC, 1996. Ezra Bushmaster, The Dukes of Hazzard—Hazzard in Hollywood, CBS, 2000. Television Appearances; Pilots: Linderman, Ebony, Ivory and Jade, CBS, 1979. Bert Arkins, Bender, CBS, 1979. Whitford, Ryan’s Four, ABC, 1983. Mr. Hamilton, Smart Guys, NBC, 1988. Dr. Carter Bart, South of Sunset, CBS, 1993.

Television Appearances; Series: Dr. Matt Steele Ⲇ3, Young Dr. Malone, NBC, 1962–1963. Professor Paul Britton Ⲇ1, The Secret Storm, CBS, 1964, 1967–1969. John Eldridge, Our Private World, CBS, 1965. John Eldridge, As the World Turns, CBS, 1966.

Television Appearances; Specials: Stanford McKay, You Are the Jury, NBC, 1986. Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙No Leave for the Captain,⬙ The United States Steel Hour, CBS, 1959. 97

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⬙The Accident,⬙ The Defenders, CBS, 1961. ⬙Thou Art Woman,⬙ Directions, ABC, 1962. ⬙The Living End,⬙ No Time for Sergeants, ABC, 1964. ⬙Charlie Paradise,⬙ Brenner, CBS, 1964. Kenneth Layton, ⬙Far Below,⬙ The Felony Squad, ABC, 1966. Gregory, ⬙Bad Bet on a 459–Silent,⬙ The Green Hornet, ABC, 1967. ⬙The Witness,⬙ N.Y.P.D., ABC, 1967. ⬙Bull’s Eye,⬙ The Blue Knight, CBS, 1976. Professor Croydon, ⬙Angels on the Air,⬙ Charlie’s Angels, ABC, 1977. Lansford Ingalls, ⬙I Remember, I Remember,⬙ Little House on the Prairie, NBC, 1978. ⬙The Dream,⬙ Baretta, ABC, 1978. Jeremy Greene, ⬙Women Write Stories, and the Men Buy a Horse,⬙ Husbands, Wives & Lovers, CBS, 1978. ⬙A Matter of State,⬙ The Amazing Spider–Man, CBS, 1978. (As Nicholas Coster) Augie Augustine, ⬙A Good Clean Bust with Sequel Rights,⬙ The Rockford Files, NBC, 1978. Augie La Rocca, ⬙The Dating Game⬙ (also known as ⬙Ann’s Dating Game⬙), One Day at a Time, CBS, 1978. Joe Morris, ⬙Act of Love,⬙ Dallas, CBS, 1978. Silas Lockhart, ⬙The Deadly Dolphin,⬙ Wonder Woman, CBS, 1978. ⬙False Images,⬙ The Runaways, NBC, 1979. ⬙Episode 3,⬙ The Lazarus Syndrome, AB, 1979. Colonel Drake, ⬙Blind Rage,⬙ The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1979. Zev Arno, ⬙A Chilling Surprise,⬙ Kate Loves a Mystery, NBC, 1979. ⬙Loose Larry’s List of Losers,⬙ Tenspeed and Brown Shoe, NBC, 1980. ⬙The Ghost Maker,⬙ Paris, CBS, 1980. Allerick, ⬙Olympiad,⬙ Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, NBC, 1980. Lyle Sloan, ⬙Jock’s Trial: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Dallas, CBS, 1980. Derek Frye, ⬙The Least Dangerous Game,⬙ Simon & Simon, CBS, 1981. (As Nicholas Coster) ⬙Blue Collar,⬙ Today’s F.B.I., ABC, 1982. Fred Brunis, ⬙Blue and Broken–Harted,⬙ Hart to Hart, ABC, 1982. Warner, ⬙The Butler Did It (A Bird in the Hand),⬙ Police Squad!, CBS, 1982. ⬙Favor for an Enemy,⬙ Shannon, CBS, 1982. ⬙A Ghost of a Chance,⬙ Quincy, M.E. (also known as Quincy), NBC, 1982. David Warner ⬙Daddy’s Girl,⬙ The Facts of Life, NBC, 1982. David Stallings, ⬙Pirate’s Key: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Simon & Simon, CBS, 1983. Andrew ⬙Andy⬙ MacKenzie, ⬙I Do?,⬙ Magnum P.I., CBS, 1983.

Thomas Quinlan, ⬙The Crystal Duck,⬙ Hardcastle and McCormick, ABC, 1983. Brad Thurman, ⬙The Shadow of Truth,⬙ T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1983. (As Nicholas Coster) Ross Manley, ⬙Return to Cadiz,⬙ Knight Rider, NBC, 1983. David Warner ⬙It’s Lonely at the Top,⬙ The Facts of Life, NBC, 1985. Phil, ⬙Deadly Honeymoon,⬙ Alfred Hitchcock Presents, NBC, 1986. David Warner, ⬙Where’s Poppa?,⬙ The Facts of Life, NBC, 1986. David Warner, ⬙Rites of Passage: Part 1,⬙ The Facts of Life, NBC, 1987. Brian P. Young, ⬙Brackman Vasektimized,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1987. David Warner, ⬙The Beginning of the End,⬙ The Facts of Life, NBC, 1988. ⬙Rashomanny,⬙ Hooperman, ABC, 1989. Amos Borden, ⬙First Day/Last Day,⬙ thirtysomething, ABC, 1989. Dr. Craig Zachary, ⬙Smooth Operators,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1989. Lowell Michaels, ⬙Tony Does Golf,⬙ Who’s the Boss?, ABC, 1989. Gleason, ⬙Ring of Honor,⬙ Hunter, NBC, 1989. Dr. Frederick Alexander, ⬙The Raising of Lazarus,⬙ War of the Worlds, syndicated, 1989. Wes Hofsteader, ⬙Call of the Wild,⬙ Life Goes On, ABC, 1989. Admiral Anthony Haftel, ⬙The Offspring,⬙ Star Trek: The Next Generation, syndicated, 1990. Connor McCarthy, ⬙Three for the Money,⬙ Midnight Caller, NBC, 1990. Doc, ⬙There but for the Grace,⬙ MacGyver, ABC, 1991. Chester Gaddis, ⬙The Trial: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Matlock, NBC, 1991. Andrew Blaine, ⬙You Don’t Know Me,⬙ Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1991. Mr. Azarian, ⬙April Is the Cruelest Month,⬙ Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1991. Morgan Stern, ⬙Confession,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1991. Black Tie Affair, NBC, 1993. ⬙My Dinner with Nick,⬙ Dark Justice, CBS, 1993. Reid Mullen, ⬙Volunteers,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1993. Dr. Woodruff, ⬙Intruders,⬙ Nurses, NBC, 1993. Jinky, ⬙Luther Get Your Gun,⬙ Coach, ABC, 1996. Ellis Kodack, ⬙The Publishing Episode,⬙ Mr. & Mrs. Smith, CBS, 1996. Liam Ryan, ⬙Pumped Up,⬙ Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1997. Senator Randall Stevens, ⬙Politics,⬙ Tracey Takes On ... , HBO, 1997. (As Nick Coster) Parker Stanley Tyler, ⬙All the President’s Women,⬙ Gun, ABC, 1997. Hunter McReady, ⬙Soldiers of Misfortune,⬙ Pensacola: Wings of Gold, syndicated, 1998. (As Nicholas Coster) Judge Blaisdale, ⬙Legend II: Vengeance,⬙ Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, CBS, 1998. 98

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 ⬙Faith,⬙ Michael Hayes, CBS, 1998. Captain Harriman, ⬙Lost Voyage,⬙ Timecop, ABC, 1998. Chancellor Stevens, ⬙Feelin’ Albright,⬙ 3rd Rock from the Sun, NBC, 1998. Chancellor Stewart, ⬙Paranoid Dick,⬙ 3rd Rock from the Sun, NBC, 1999. Carl Shipman, ⬙Ties That Bind,⬙ L.A. Heat, TNT, 1999. Jed Raines, ⬙Father Knows Best,⬙ Gideon’s Crossing, ABC, 2000. Mr. Oswald, ⬙Off the Grid,⬙ Judging Amy, CBS, 2001.

CRAIG Career: Actor, singer, and producer. Member: Actors’ Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Independent Spirit Award nomination (with Robert Townsend), best first feature, 1988, for Hollywood Shuffle; Enzian Award, Florida Film Festival, 1994, for creative achievement.

Also appeared in 9 to 5, ABC; Reasonable Doubts, NBC.

CREDITS

Stage Appearances: A.D.C., Ross, Eugene O’Neill Theatre, New York City, 1961–1962, then Hudson Theatre, New York City, 1962. Alan, The Ninety Day Mistress, Biltmore Theatre, New York City, 1967. Herb Shuttle, Happy Birthday, Wanda June, Theatre de Lys, New York City, 1970–1971. Frank, Twigs, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1971–1972, then Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1972. Standby for Jerry Ryan, Seesaw, Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, 1973. Captain Amassa Delano, The Old Glory, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1976. Jeff, Otherwise Engaged, Plymouth Theatre, 1977. Oscar Hubbard, The Little Foxes, Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1981. General, Getting Married, Circle in the Square, New York City, 1991. Max, Jack’s Holiday, Playwrights Horizons, New York City, 1995. Uncle Halsey, The Body of Bourne, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 2001. Krapp’s Last Tape (one–man show), Seney–Stovall Chapel, Athens, GA, 2002.

Film Appearances: Jacques Le Monde, Bummer! (also known as The Sadist), 1972. Willie, Tom (also known as The Bad Bunch, Mothers, Fathers, and Lovers, and Nigger Lover), 1973. Titons gang leader, Warriors, Paramount, 1979. Street punk, Fort Apache, the Bronx, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1981. Junkie, Prince of the City, Warner Bros., 1981. Mental patient, Endless Love, Universal, 1981. Type, reporter, fool, Beaner Gang member, basketball player, and actor in audition, Hollywood Shuffle (also known as Robert Townsend’s Hollywood Shuffle), Goldwyn, 1987. Man in love, I’m Gonna Git You Sucka, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1988. Modulations, Strand Releasing, 1998. Film Work: Executive producer and production manager, Hollywood Shuffle (also known as Robert Townsend’s Hollywood Shuffle), Goldwyn, 1987. (With Peter McCarthy) Producer, I’m Gonna Git You Sucka, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1988. Coproducer, Mo’ Money, Columbia, 1992. Producer and executive movie consultant, House Party 3, New Line Cinema, 1994. Producer, The Players Club, New Line Cinema, 1998. Producer, Book of Love, Artisan Entertainment, 2002. Coproducer, Playas Ball, Summertime Films LLC, 2003.

Also appeared in The Ninety–Day Mistress, State Theatre of Pennsylvania, New Hope, PA.

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Television Work; Specials: (With Keenan Ivory Wayans) Producer, ⬙Robert Townsend and His Partners in Crime,⬙ HBO Comedy Hour, HBO, 1987. Producer, ⬙Damon Wayans: The Last Stand?,⬙ HBO Comedy Hour, HBO, 1991.

PERSONAL Born August 1, 1954, in Tallahassee, FL; son of Walter O. (a music professor) and Ruth (a secretary; maiden name, Roper) Craig; married Angela E. Fong (an airline worker). Education: University of Rochester, B.A., 1976; studied with Stella Adler in New York City. Religion: Roman Catholic.

Television Work; Pilots: Associate producer, Hammer, Slammer, and Slade, ABC, 1990. 99

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 International Critics’ Jury—Special Mention, 1981, for The Brood; Genie Award nominations, best achievement in direction and best original screenplay, 1982, International Fantasy Film Award, best film, 1983, all for Scanners; Best Science Fiction Film Award, Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Film, Genie Award, best achievement in direction, Genie Award nomination, best screenplay, 1983, Best Science–Fiction Film, Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Film, 1984, all for Videodrome; Audience Award and Best Film Award, both Fantafestival, Critics Award and Grand Prize nomination, Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival, 1984, all for The Dead Zone; International Fantasy Film Award nomination, best film, 1987, for The Fly; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, best director, and Genie Awards, best achievement in direction, best adapted screenplay, and best motion picture (with Marc Boyman), 1988, International Fantasy Film Award nomination, best film, Grand Prize, Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival, 1989, all for Dead Ringers; Saturn Awards, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, and George Pal Memorial Award, all 1989; National Society of Film Critics Awards, best director and best screenplay, New York Film Critics Circle Award, best screenplay, Genie Award, best achievement in direction, Boston Society of Film Critics Award, best screenplay 1991, International Fantasy Film Award nomination, best film, Golden Berlin Bear nomination, 1992, all for Naked Lunch; Genie Awards, best achievement in direction and best adapted screenplay, Special Jury Prize and Golden Palm nomination, both Cannes International Film Festival, Genie Award nomination, best motion picture, Golden Reel Award (with others), 1996, all for Crash; Catalonian International Film Festival Award nomination, best film, Silver Berlin Bear, outstanding artistic achievement, Golden Berlin Bear nomination, Silver Scream Award, Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival, 1999, Genie Award nomination (with others), best motion picture, 2000, all for eXistenZ; Genie Award nomination (with Jody Shapiro), best live action short—drama, 2002, for Camera; Special Jury Prize, Flanders International Film Festival, 2002; Catalonian International Film Festival Award, best director, Catalonian International Film Festival Award nomination, best film, Best Canadian Feature Film, Toronto International Film Festival, Screen International Award nomination, Golden Palm Award nomination, 2002, Genie Award, best achievement in direction, 2003, all for Spider.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Hollow Image, 1979. Appeared as paramedic cop, As the World Turns, CBS; as waiter, All My Children, ABC; and in ⬙Lead Poisoning,⬙ Black Dimensions, PBS. Stage Appearances: My Fair Lady, Arizona Theatre Company, Phoenix, 1985–1986. Also appeared as Shine, The Great Mac Daddy, Negro Ensemble Company, New York City; in The Brownsville Raid, Negro Ensemble Company; Bubba, Second Thoughts, Afro American Total Theatre, NY; Universal Man, Poets from the Inside, Public Theatre, New York City; Tony, Black Sheep, Billie Holiday Theatre, New York City; Pierre, Sister Racher and the Ton Ton Maconte, La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, New York City; Catesby, Richard III, U.R.S.T., Rochester, NY; in Ceremonies in Dark Old Men, GEVA Theatre, Rochester, NY.

CRONENBERG, David 1943– PERSONAL Born May 15, 1943, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; son of Milton (a writer and editor) and Esther (a musician; maiden name, Sumberg) Cronenberg; brother of Denise Cronenberg (a costume designer); married first wife (divorced); married Carolyn; children: (first marriage) Cassandra (an assistant director); (second marriage) Caitlin, two others. Education: University of Toronto, degree (with distinction), English; also attended North Toronto College and Harbord College. Avocational Interests: Cars and auto racing. Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Contact—c/o 184 Cottingham St., Toronto, Ontario M4V 1C5, Canada; c/o Toronto Antenna Ltd., 17 Madison Ave., Suite 201, Toronto, Ontario M5R 2S2, Canada. Career: Director, screenwriter, editor, producer, cinematographer, and actor. Cannes International Film Festival, Cannes, France, president of feature film jury, 1999. Affiliated with Emergent Films. Also worked as a film editor and a camera operator.

CREDITS Film Work: Director, producer, editor, and cinematographer, Transfer (short film), 1966. Director, producer, editor, and cinematographer, From the Drain (short film), 1967. Director, producer, editor, and cinematographer, Stereo, Emergent Films, 1969.

Awards, Honors: Medella Sitgues en Oro de Ley, best director, 1975, for Shivers; Medella Sitgues en Oro de Ley, best screenplay, 1977, for Rabid; Prize of the 100

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 Director, producer, editor, and cinematographer, Crimes of the Future, Emergent Films, 1970. Director, producer, editor, and cinematographer, Jim Ritchie, Sculptor, 1971. Director, They Came from Within (also known as Frissons, Orgy of the Blood Parasites, The Parasite Murders, and Shivers), American International Pictures, 1975. Director, Rabid (also known as Rage), New World Pictures, 1977. Director, Fast Company, Topar, 1978. Director, The Brood (also known as La clinique de la terreur and David Cronenberg’s The Brood), New World Pictures, 1979. Director, Scanners (also known as Telepathy 2000), Avco Embassy, 1981. Director, Videodrome, Universal, 1983. Director, The Dead Zone, Paramount, 1983. Director, The Fly, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1986. Director and (with Marc Boyman) producer, Dead Ringers (also known as Gemini and Twins), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1988. Director, Naked Lunch, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1991. Director, M. Butterfly, Warner Bros., 1993. Director and producer, Crash, Fine Line, 1996. Executive producer, I’m Losing You, Lions Gate Films, 1998. Director and producer, eXistenZ, Miramax, 1999. Director, Camera (short film), 2000. Producer and director, Spider, Sony Pictures Classics, 2002. Director, Painkillers, 2003.

CRONENBERG Dr. Wimmer, Jason X, New Line Cinema, 2001. Himself/Dr. Wimmer, By Any Means Necessary: The Making of ⬙Jason X,⬙ New Line Home Video, 2002. Television Work; Specials: Director, editor, and cinematographer, Tourettes, 1971. Director, editor, and cinematographer, Letter from Michelangelo, 1971. Director, editor, and cinematographer, Winter Garden, 1972. Director, editor, and cinematographer, Scarborough Bluffs, 1972. Director, editor, and cinematographer, Lakeshore, 1972. Director, editor, and cinematographer, In the Dirt, 1972. Director, editor, and cinematographer, Fort York, 1972. Director, editor, and cinematographer, Don Valley, 1972. Television Director; Episodic: ⬙Secret Weapons,⬙ Programme X, 1972. ⬙The Lie Chair,⬙ Peep Show, 1976. ⬙The Victim,⬙ Peep Show, 1976. ⬙The Italian Machine,⬙ Teleplay, 1976. ⬙Regina vs. Horvath,⬙ Scales of Justice, 1990. ⬙Regina vs. Logan,⬙ Scales of Justice, 1990. Also directed ⬙Faith Healer,⬙ an episode of Friday the 13th: The Series (also known as Friday’s Curse, Friday’s Game, and Friday the 13th), syndicated.

Producer of short films at the University of Toronto.

Television Appearances; Movies: Clem Clayton, Moonshine Highway, Showtime, 1996. Father Rousell, Resurrection, HBO, 1999.

Film Appearances: Group supervisor, Into the Night, Universal, 1985. Gynecologist, The Fly, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1986. Dr. Decker, Nightbreed (also known as Clive Barker’s Nightbreed), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1990. Himself, Naked Making Lunch, 1992. Blue, Miramax, 1993. The director, Trial by Jury, Warner Bros., 1994. Doc Fisher, Henry and Verlin, Original Motion Picture Company, 1994. Stan Coleburn, Boozecan, 1994. Man at lake, To Die For, Columbia, 1995. Stephen, Blood & Donuts, Malofilm, 1995. (Uncredited) Voice of auto salesperson, Crash, Fine Line, 1996. Postal supervisor, The Stupids, New Line Cinema, 1996. Hospital attorney, Extreme Measures, Columbia, 1996. The Grace of God, 1997. Duncan, Last Night, Lions Gate Films, 1998. Himself, David Cronenberg: I Have to Make the Word Be Flesh, 1999. Himself, The American Nightmare, 2000.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Detective Stobel, The Judge (also known as Steve Martini’s The Judge), NBC, 2001. Television Appearances; Specials: Long Live the New Flesh: The Films of David Cronenberg (documentary), CBC, 1987. (In archive footage) Himself, Hollywood Aliens & Monsters (also known as To Galaxy and Beyond with Mark Hamill), 1997. The Fly Papers: The Buzz on Hollywood’s Scariest Insect, AMC, 2000. The American Nightmare, Independent Film Channel, 2000. Masters of Horror, 2002. Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, ⬙Idella’s Breakdown,⬙ Maniac Mansion, The Family Channel, 1992. 101

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Himself, ⬙Meltdown: Part 1,⬙ The Newsroom, CBC, 1997. Himself, ⬙New Years Eve 1999,⬙ Royal Canadian Air Farce, CBC, 1999. Himself, Open Mike with Mike Bullard, 2003.

In the Dirt, 1972. Fort York, 1972. Don Valley, 1972. Television Episodes: Wrote Teleplay.

Also appeared as himself, The Directors, Encore; himself, Festival Pass with Chris Gore.

Nonfiction: Cronenberg on Cronenberg, edited by Chris Rodley, Faber & Faber, 1992.

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OTHER SOURCES

Taped Readings: ⬙Sneakers,⬙ Nightmares and Dreamscapes, Volume 2, Penguin HighBridge Audio, 1994.

Books: Dompierre, Louise, Prent/Cronenberg: Crimes against Nature, Power Plant, 1987. Gruenberg, Serge, David Cronenberg, Cahiers du Cinema, 1992. Handling, Piers, editor, The Shape of Rage: The Films of David Cronenberg, General Publishing, 1983. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 2: Directors, St. James Press, 1996. Morris, Peter, David Cronenberg: A Delicate Balance, Eclipse Books, 1994.

WRITINGS Screenplays: Transfer (short film), 1966. From the Drain (short film), 1967. Stereo, Emergent Films, 1969. Crimes of the Future, Emergent Films, 1970. Jim Ritchie, Sculptor, 1971. They Came from Within (also known as Frissons, Orgy of the Blood Parasites, The Parasite Murders, and Shivers), American International Pictures, 1975. Rabid (also known as Rage), New World Pictures, 1977. Fast Company, Topar, 1978. The Brood (also known as La clinique de la terreur and David Cronenberg’s The Brood), New World Pictures, 1979. Scanners (also known as Telepathy 2000), Avco Embassy, 1981. Videodrome, Universal, 1983. (With Charles Pogue) The Fly (based on a story by George Langelaan), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1986. (With Norman Snider) Dead Ringers (also known as Gemini and Twins; based on the book The Twins by Bari Wood and Jack Geasland), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1988. Naked Lunch (based on the novel by William S. Burroughs), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1991. Crash (based on a novel by J. G. Ballard), Fine Line, 1996. eXistenZ (also known as Crimes of the Future), Miramax, 1999. Camera (short film), 2000. Painkillers, 2003.

Periodicals: Artforum, March, 1997, p. 76. Film Comment, March/April, 1997, p. 14. Interview, January, 1992, p. 80; August, 1996, p. 64. Maclean’s, June 3, 1996, p. 54; November 11, 1996, p. 72. Rolling Stone, February 6, 1992, p. 66. Saturday Night, September, 1993, p. 42; October, 1996, p. 119.

CRONENBERG, Denise PERSONAL Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; sister of David Cronenberg (a film director, producer, and writer). Education: Graduated from Ryerson Polytech; studied ballet at the American Ballet Theatre. Addresses: Contact—c/o Costume Designers Guild, 4730 Woodman Ave., Suite 430, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423.

Television Specials: Tourettes, 1971. Letter from Michelangelo, 1971. Winter Garden, 1972. Scarborough Bluffs, 1972. Lakeshore, 1972.

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CUMMINGS Also worked as costume designer on Murder Ordained, CBS.

Awards, Honors: Genie Award nomination, best achievement in costume design, 1989, for Dead Ringers; Genie Award nomination, best achievement in costume design, 1992, for Naked Lunch; Genie Award nomination, best achievement in costume design, 2003, for Spider.

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Film Costume Designer: The Fly, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1986. Dead Ringers, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1986. Costumes, Shoot Me, 1988. The Long Road Home, 1989. The Guardian, 1990. Naked Lunch, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1991. M. Butterfly, Warner Bros., 1993. Moonlight and Valentino, Gramercy, 1995. Crash, Fine Line, 1996. Murder at 1600, Warner Bros., 1997. (Alan Alda’s wardrobe) Mad City, 1997. A Cool, Dry Place (also known as Dance Real Slow), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998. The Wager, 1998. eXistenZ, Miramax, 1999. The Third Miracle, Sony Pictures Classics, 1999. Bless the Child (also known as Die Prophezeiung), Paramount, 2000. Dracula 2000 (also known as Dracula 2001 and Wes Craven Presents Dracula 2000), Miramax, 2000. The Caveman’s Valentine, MCA/Universal, 2001. Spider, Sony Pictures Classics, 2002. Avenging Angelo, Warner Bros., 2002. Rhinoceros Eyes, 2003.

Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211.

Film Work; Other: Executive producer, The Wager, 1998.

Film Work: Singer, Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland (animated), 1990. Additional voices, Jetsons: The Movie (animated), Universal, 1990. Additional voice, The Jungle Book 2, Buena Vista, 2003.

Career: Actor and voice–over artist. CREDITS Film Appearances: Assistant director, Hughes and Harlow: Angels in Hell, PRO International Pictures, 1977. Autograph seeker, California Suite (also known as Neil Simon’s California Suite), Columbia, 1978. Voice of Nixon, Where the Buffalo Roam, Universal, 1980. Voice of Dr. Mindbender, G.I. Joe: The Movie (animated; also known as Action Force: The Movie), 1987. Voice of Stove, Beauty and the Beast (animated; also known as Beauty and the Beast: Special Edition), Buena Vista, 1991. Voice of Ock, FernGully: The Last Rainforest (animated; also known as FernGully 1), Twentieth Century– Fox, 1992. Voice of Brewster, Annabelle’s Wish, 1997.

Trained as a wardrobe designer on Videodrome; worked as a wardrobe mistress, The Dead Zone. Television Costume Designer; Movies: Child of Rage, CBS, 1992. Sugartime, HBO, 1995. Friends at Last, CBS, 1995. Mistrial, HBO, 1996. Rebound: The Legend of Earl ⬙The Goat⬙ Manigault (also known as Rebound), HBO, 1996. Madness of Method, 1996.

Television Appearances; Series: Voice, Spider–Man (animated; also known as Spiderman 2000 and Spiderman), NBC, 1981. Voice of Dr. Mindbender, G.I. Joe (animated), syndicated, 1983. Voice, The All–New Scooby and Scrappy–Doo Show (animated), ABC, 1983. Voice of Dimmy, The Snorks (animated), NBC, 1984. Voice, Pole Position (animated), CBS, 1984. Announcer, Let’s Make a Deal (also known as The All– New Let’s Make a Deal), 1984. Voices of Papa Q. Bear, Mayor Honeypot, and Big Paw, The Berenstain Bears (animated), CBS, 1985.

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Voices of Bumblelion and Flizzard, The Wuzzles (animated), CBS, 1985. Voice, The New Jetsons (animated), syndicated, 1985. Voice, Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs (animated; also known as Bismarck the Star Musketeers), syndicated, 1986. Voice, Pound Puppies (animated), ABC, 1986. Voices of Sir Tuxford and Art Deco, The Gummi Bears (animated; also known as Disney’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears), NBC, 1987–1989, then ABC, 1990–1991. Voice of Doofus Drake, DuckTales (animated), ABC and syndicated, 1988–1989. Voice, The California Raisin Show, 1989. Voice of Bully, Zazoo U (animated), Fox, 1990. Voice of Clyde, Tom & Jerry Kids (animated), 1990. Voice, The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda (animated), syndicated, 1990. Voice of Garlic Man, Little Dracula (animated), 1991. Voice, Prostars (animated), NBC, 1991. Voice, Mr. Bogus (animated), syndicated, 1991. Voice of Morton Fizzback and Professor Funt, Denver, the Last Dinosaur (animated), 1992. Voice of Hollywood, 2 Stupid Dogs (animated), syndicated, 1993. Voice, Zorro (animated), syndicated, 1997.

Also appeared as voice, The Jetsons; voice of announcer, Animaniacs (animated); voice, Beethoven (animated). Television Work; Series: Additional voices, Widget, the World Watcher (animated; also known as Widget), syndicated, 1990. Additional voices, Darkwing Duck (animated), ABC and syndicated, 1991. Additional voices, Where’s Waldo? (animated; also known as Where’s Wally and Where’s Wally?), CBS, 1991. Additional voices, Capitol Critters (animated), ABC, 1992. Additional voices, Raw Toonage (animated), CBS, 1992. Additional voices, Problem Child (animated), USA Network, 1993.

Television Appearances; Movies: Voices of the driver, guard, and sultan, Scooby–Doo in Arabian Nights (animated; also known as Scooby Doo’s Arabian Nights), syndicated, 1994. Television Appearances; Specials: Voice, Stanley, the Ugly Duckling (animated), ABC, 1982. Voice, The Velveteen Rabbit (animated), syndicated, 1985. Voices of Lick Broccoli and Leonard Limabean, The Raisins Sold Out! (animated), CBS, 1990. Voice, Claymation Comedy of Horrors Show, CBS, 1991. Voice, Christmas Every Day, syndicated, 1991. Voice, Smithsonian’s Great Battles of the Civil War, The Learning Channel, 1994. Voice, Russia’s Last Tsar, NBC, 1996.

Television Work; Episodic: Additional voices, ⬙Film Flam,⬙ Darkwing Duck (animated), ABC and syndicated, 1992. Also appeared as additional voices, Kissyfur (animated); additional voices, A Pup Named Scooby Doo (animated); additional voices, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (animated).

Also appeared as voice of Christmas Present, Flintstone Christmas Carol (animated). Television Appearances; Episodic: Voice of Mr. Bruin, ⬙Trouble with Friends,⬙ The Berenstain Bears (animated), CBS, 1985. Voice of Two Ton Grizzly, ⬙Ring the Bell,⬙ The Berenstain Bears (animated), CBS, 1985. Voice of Bee Keeper, ⬙To the Rescue,⬙ The Berenstain Bears (animated), CBS, 1985.

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CURRIE Mr. Allingham, Our Family Business, 1981. Code Red, 1981. Artie Allman, Pray TV (also known as Mixed Blessings), ABC, 1982. Bill Le Baron, Mae West, 1982. Dr. Hyatt, Starflight: The Plane That Couldn’t Land (also known as Starflight One), 1983. Doctor, I Want to Live, ABC, 1983. Chairman, Quarterback Princess, HBO, 1983. Jess Hamlin, Island Sons, ABC, 1987. Walter Parsons, In the Shadow of a Killer, NBC, 1992. Major, Devlin, 1992.

Voice of Sully, Monsters, Inc., Disney Interactive, 2002. Voice of Baumusu, The Mark of Kri, Sony Computer Entertainment America, 2002. Also appeared as MCP, Tron Solar Sailer.

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Television Appearances; Miniseries: The French Atlantic Affair, ABC, 1979. Dr. Lawrence, Deadly Intentions, ABC, 1985.

Career: Actor. Also assistant director and production assistant for film and television. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Specials: Dr. Mudd, ⬙What Are Best Friends For?,⬙ The ABC Afterschool Special, ABC, 1980.

Film Appearances: Electrical inspector, The Troublemaker, Janus, 1964. Ken, Loving Couples, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1980. Wyoming officer, Any Which Way You Can, Warner Bros., 1980. Herman, Dead and Buried, Vestron Video, 1981. Captain Seerbacker, Firefox, Warner Bros., 1982. Rafferty, Halloween III: Season of the Witch (also known as Season of the Witch), Universal, 1982. First businessman, Airplane II: The Sequel (also known as Flying High II), Paramount, 1982. Lieutenant Donnelly, Sudden Impact (also known as Le retour de l’inspecteur Harry), Warner Bros., 1983. Magnussen, The Philadelphia Experiment, New World, 1984. Captain Donnelly, The Dead Pool, Warner Bros., 1988. Coach Swabey, Distant Thunder (also known as L’enfer apres l’enfer), Paramount, 1988. Mr. Cameron, general store owner, The Man without a Face, Warner Bros., 1993. Commission speaker, G.I. Jane, Buena Vista, 1997.

Television Appearances; Episodic: The judge, ⬙Tucker’s Courtroom Coup,⬙ The Associates, ABC, 1979. Richardson, ⬙Kidnap,⬙ Lou Grant, CBS, 1979. Dr. Brewer, ⬙Letters,⬙ M*A*S*H, CBS, 1980. Agent Orange, Barney Miller, ABC, 1980. ⬙Might As Well Be Dead,⬙ Nero Wolfe, 1981. Governor, ⬙Episode 84,⬙ Soap, ABC, 1981. Governor, ⬙Episode 85,⬙ Soap, ABC, 1981. Harold Bixby, ⬙An Arrow Pointing East,⬙ Voyagers!, NBC, 1982. Werner Schumann, ⬙Vintage Steele,⬙ Remington Steele, NBC, 1983. King Richard Greystone, ⬙Caverns of Chaos,⬙ Wizards and Warriors, CBS, 1983. Sam Reynolds. ⬙Legacy,⬙ Dallas, 1983. ⬙New Faces of 1951,⬙ Newhart, CBS, 1984. Mr. Haifax, ⬙Working at It,⬙ Family Ties, NBC, 1984. ⬙No Room at the Inn,⬙ Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1985. ⬙The Long Hunt,⬙ Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1986. General Garrett, ⬙All That Glitters,⬙ Scarecrow and Mrs. King, CBS, 1987. ⬙In Search of Bijoux,⬙ Hooperman, ABC, 1988. Mr. Sheridan, ⬙Adventures in Housesitting,⬙ Cheers, NBC, 1989. Mr. Sheridan, ⬙For Real Men Only,⬙ Cheers, NBC, 1989. ⬙In Vino Veritas,⬙ Christine Cromwell, ABC, 1990. Wesley Howard, ⬙The Last of the Waterman,⬙ Homicide: Life on the Street, NBC, 1994. Wesley Howard, ⬙The City That Bleeds,⬙ Homicide: Life on the Street, NBC, 1995. Wesley Howard, ⬙Dead End,⬙ Homicide: Life on the Street, NBC, 1995. Orlando Whist, Murder in Small Town X, Fox, 2001.

Television Appearances; Series: Constable Jonas Carter, a recurring role, Dark Shadows, ABC, 1966. Television Appearances; Movies: Cop friend, See How She Runs, CBS, 1978. Fogelson, Bogie, 1980. Dr. Banks, A Perfect Match, 1980. Enola Gay: The Men, the Mission, the Atomic Bomb, NBC, 1980. Mr. Schmidt, Mark, I Love You, CBS, 1980. Doctor, Mother and Daughter: The Loving War, ABC, 1980. Dr. Coombs, The Other Victim, CBS, 1981.

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DABNEY, Augusta 1918– PERSONAL Born October 23, 1918, in Berkeley, CA; married Kevin McCarthy (an actor), 1941 (divorced, 1961); married William Prince (an actor), c. 1964 (died, 1996); children: (first marriage) three. Education: Attended the University of California, Berkeley. Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Film Award nomination, best foreign actress, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1958, for That Night!. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Movies: Grace Tully, F.D.R.: The Last Year, NBC, 1980. Elizabeth Hayden, The Portrait, TNT, 1993.

Film Appearances: Maggie Bowden, That Night!, Universal International Pictures, 1957. Mrs. Eisler, Plaza Suite, Paramount, 1971. Colorado woman, The Heartbreak Kid, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1972. Mrs. Cooper, Fire Sale, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1977. Elizabeth Allison, Cold River, Pacific International Enterprises, 1982. Herself, Montgomery Clift (documentary), 1983. Ethel Sawyer, Violets Are Blue ... , Columbia, 1986. Judge Maynard, Shakedown (also known as Blue Jean Cop), Universal, 1988. Mon, Bum Rap, Light Age Filmworks, 1988. Abigail Patterson, Running on Empty, Warner Bros., 1988. Sarah Hackett, Henry’s mother, The Paper, Universal, 1994. Mrs. Anderssen, Fear of Fiction, 2000.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Ida Gates, Hothouse, ABC, 1988. Shannon’s Deal, NBC, 1989. Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙Her Master’s Voice,⬙ Kraft Television Theatre, NBC, 1949. ⬙Security,⬙ NBC Presents, NBC, 1949. ⬙The Fourth Step,⬙ Kraft Television Theatre, NBC, 1950. ⬙I Keep Forgetting,⬙ The Clock, NBC, 1950. ⬙Three Blind Mice,⬙ The Trap, CBS, 1950. ⬙Old Lady Robbins,⬙ Kraft Television Theatre, NBC, 1950. ⬙The Power Devil,⬙ The Philco Television Playhouse, NBC, 1950. 106

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⬙The Perfect Type,⬙ Armstrong Circle Theatre, NBC, 1950. ⬙Nightfall,⬙ Sure As Fate, CBS, 1950. ⬙The Best Years,⬙ Kraft Television Theatre, NBC, 1951. ⬙Be Nice to Mr. Campbell,⬙ Starlight Theatre, CBS, 1951. ⬙Perspective,⬙ The Philco Television Playhouse, NBC, 1951. ⬙Return Flight,⬙ Danger, CBS, 1953. ⬙The Haunted,⬙ Suspense, CBS, 1954. ⬙Experiment Perilous,⬙ Studio One, CBS, 1954. ⬙Letter of Recommendation,⬙ The Philco Television Playhouse, NBC, 1955. ⬙Nobody’s Town,⬙ Goodyear Television Playhouse, NBC, 1957. ⬙Be My Guest,⬙ The United States Steel Hour, CBS, 1958. Muriel Weston, ⬙Call It a Day,⬙ The United States Steel Hour, CBS, 1959. ⬙Family Man,⬙ Brenner, CBS, 1959. Margaret Parish, ⬙Ordeal on Locust Street,⬙ Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond (also known as One Step Beyond), ABC, 1959. ⬙Father to the Man,⬙ Police Woman, 1976. Greta, ⬙Cover–Up,⬙ Lou Grant, CBS, 1980. Mrs. LaValle, ⬙Under the Influence,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1998. Gramma Eleanor, ⬙No Good Deed Goes Unpunished,⬙ 100 Centre Street, Arts and Entertainment, 2001.

Radio Appearances: The Ghost Driver, CBS Radio, 1974. The Case of M.J.H., CBS Radio, 1974. The Deadly Blind Man’s Bluff, CBS Radio, 1974. The Strange Voyage of the Lady Dee, CBS Radio, 1974. The Master Computer, CBS Radio, 1975.

Stage Appearances: Patsy Tomkins, Return Engagement, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1940. Ann, The Lady Who Came to Stay, Maxine Elliot’s Theatre, New York City, 1941. Sibyl Chase, Private Lives, Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope, PA, 1942. Sweet Charity, Mansfield Theatre, New York City, 1942–1943. Another Love Story, Fulton Theatre, New York City, 1943–1944. Ruth Wilkins, Dear Ruth, Henry Miller’s Theatre, New York City, 1944–1946. Jessica, Janus, State Theatre of Pennsylvania, New Hope, PA, 1957. The Playroom, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1965. Cynthia, Everything in the Garden, Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1968. Sister Virgilia, Sacrilege, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1975.

Career: Composer, orchestrator, music director, and musician.

Also appeared in Man Must Die; Man Who Heard Voices; Them.

DAVIS, Don 1957– PERSONAL Born February 4, 1957, in Anaheim, CA; married Megan Jeanne MacDonald, 1986. Education: University of California, Los Angeles, degree in music theory and composition; studied composition with Henri Lazarof and orchestrations with Joe Harnell. Addresses: Agent—Kraft–Engel Management, 15233 Ventura Blvd., Suite 200, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403. Publicist—Costa Communications, 8265 Sunset Blvd., Suite 101, West Hollywood, CA 90046.

Awards, Honors: Grammy Award (with others), best rhythm & blues song, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 1976, for ⬙Disco Lady⬙; Emmy Award (with others), individual achievement in creative technical crafts, 1981, for Astronomical Artists, Cosmos, The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean; Emmy Award nomination, best musical composition—series (dramatic underscore), 1988, Emmy Award, outstanding achievement in music composition for a series (dramatic underscore), 1990, for Beauty and the Beast; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding achievement in music composition for a series (dramatic underscore), 1991, for My Life and Times; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding achievement in music composition for a series (dramatic underscore), 1991, for Lies before Kisses; Emmy Award, outstanding achievement in music composition for a series (dramatic underscore), 1991, Emmy Award nomination, outstanding achievement in music composition for a series (dramatic underscore), 1994, both for SeaQuest DSV; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding achievement in music composition for a miniseries or special (dramatic underscore), 1992, for A Little Piece of Heaven; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding music composition for a miniseries or a movie (dramatic underscore), 1998,

Also appeared in Children of a Lesser God; Seascape; Everything in the Garden; Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; The Playroom; Abe Lincoln in Illinois; Fugue, Cleveland Playhouse; Painting Churches; Other People’s Money; The Elder Witch, Playwrights Horizons. 107

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for House of Frankenstein 1997; World Soundtrack Award nomination, WSA best original score of the year not released on an album, 2001, for AntiTrust.

The Matrix Revolutions (also known as The Matrix Revolutions: The IMAX Experience), Warner Bros., 2003.

CREDITS

Film Additional Music: When a Man Loves a Woman (also known as To Have and To Hold and Cuando un hombre ama a una mujer), Buena Vista, 1994. A Goofy Movie, Buena Vista, 1995.

Film Work: Music director, Flowers in the Attic, New World, 1987. Song producer, La Bamba, Columbia, 1987. Conductor, The Matrix, Warner Bros., 1999. Conductor, The Unsaid (also known as The Ties That Bind), Universal Studios Home Video, 2001.

Film Songs: When a Man Loves a Woman (also known as To Have and To Hold and Cuando un hombre ama a una mujer), Buena Vista, 1994. She’s So Lovely, Miramax, 1997.

Film Appearances: Himself, The Matrix Revisited, Warner Bros., 2001.

Film Orchestrations: Die Hard 2 (also known as Die Hard 2: Die Harder), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1990. Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, 1991. If Looks Could Kill (also known as Teen Agent), 1991. Hudson Hawk, TriStar, 1991. Ricochet, Warner Bros., 1991. Death Becomes Her (also known as La muerte le sienta bien), Universal, 1992. We’re Back! A Dinosaur’s Story (animated), Universal, 1993. Cop & 1/2 (also known as Cop and a Half), Universal, 1993. Hocus Pocus, Buena Vista, 1993. Last Action Hero, Columbia, 1993. The Pelican Brief, Warner Bros., 1993. Legends of the Fall, TriStar, 1994. Clean Slate, United International Pictures, 1994. I Love Trouble, Buena Vista, 1994. Maverick, Warner Bros., 1994. Clear and Present Danger, Paramount, 1994. The Pagemaster (animated), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1994. When a Man Loves a Woman (also known as To Have and To Hold and Cuando un hombre ama a una mujer), Buena Vista, 1994. Casper, Universal, 1995. (Uncredited) Apollo 13 (also known as Apollo 13: The IMAX Experience), Universal, 1995. Toy Story (animated), Buena Vista, 1995. Balto (animated), Universal, 1995. James and the Giant Peach, Buena Vista, 1996. (Uncredited) The Phantom, Paramount, 1996. (Uncredited) Courage under Fire, Twentieth Century– Fox, 1996. Ransom, Buena Vista, 1996. Michael, New Line Cinema, 1996. Pleasantville, New Line Cinema, 1998. A Bug’s Life (animated), Buena Vista, 1998. Lost in Space (also known as LS), New Line Cinema, 1998. The Matrix, Warner Bros., 1999.

WRITINGS Film Scores: Hyperspace (also known as Gremloids), 1985. Blackout (also known as The Attic), 1988. Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation (animated; also known as How I Spent My Vacation), 1992. Bound, Gramercy, 1996. Warriors of Virtue, 1997. She’s So Lovely, Miramax, 1997. The Lesser Evil, Orion Home Entertainment Corp, 1998. The Matrix, Warner Bros., 1999. House on Haunted Hill, Warner Bros., 1999. Universal Soldier: The Return (also known as Universal Soldier II and Universal Soldier IV), 1999. Fear of Flying (also known as Turbulence 2: Fear of Flying and Turbulence II: Fear of Flying), 2000. AntiTrust (also known as Conspiracy.com), Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 2001. Valentine, Warner Bros., 2001. Jurassic Park III (also known as JP3), MCA/Universal, 2001. The Unsaid (also known as The Ties That Bind), Universal Studios Home Video, 2001. Behind Enemy Lines, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2001. Long Time Dead, Universal, 2002. Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever, Warner Bros., 2002. The Animatrix: The Second Renaissance Part 1, USA, 2003. The Animatrix: Final Flight of the Osiris (also known as Final Flight of the Osiris), Warner Bros., 2003. The Animatrix, Warner Home Video, 2003. The Matrix Reloaded (also known as The Matrix Reloaded: The IMAX Experience), Warner Bros., 2003. The Animatrix: The Second Renaissance Part 2, Warner Bros., 2003. The Animatrix: Kid’s Story, 2003. 108

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House on Haunted Hill, Warner Bros., 1999. The Unsaid (also known as The Ties That Bind), Universal Studios Home Video, 2001. Film Additional Orchestrations: Police Academy 3: Back in Training, Warner Bros., 1986. Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol, Warner Bros., 1987. Titanic, Paramount, 1997.

Television Orchestrator; Movies: Eagles: Hell Freezes Over, 1995. Television Scores; Miniseries: Bluegrass, CBS, 1988. In the Best of Families: Marriage, Pride & Madness (also known as Bitter Blood), CBS, 1994. Peter Benchley’s The Beast (also known as The Beast), NBC, 1996. Pandora’s Clock (also known as Doomsday Virus), NBC, 1996. Robin Cook’s Invasion (also known as Invasion), NBC, 1997. House of Frankenstein 1997, NBC, 1997. Ken Follett’s The Third Twin (also known as The Third Twin), CBS, 1997.

Film Song Arrangements: James and the Giant Peach, Buena Vista, 1996. Television Scores; Series: Hart to Hart, 1979. Sledge Hammer!, 1986. Beauty and the Beast, CBS, 1987–1988. Star Trek: The Next Generation (also known as Star Trek: TNG), 1987. Tiny Toon Adventures (animated; also known as Steven Spielberg Presents ... Tiny Toon Adventures), 1990. My Life and Times, 1991. Capitol Critters, 1992. SeaQuest DSV (also known as SeaQuest 2032), NBC, 1993–1994.

Television Orchestrations; Miniseries: (Uncredited) V (also known as V: The Original Mini Series), 1983. Television Scores; Specials: Session Man, Showtime, 1992. Country Estates, ABC, 1993. Between Mother and Daughter, CBS, 1995.

Television Scores; Movies: A Stoning in Fulham County, NBC, 1988. Quiet Victory: The Charlie Wedemeyer Story, CBS, 1988. Home Fires Burning, CBS, 1989. Running against Time, USA Network, 1990. Lies before Kisses, CBS, 1991. A Little Piece of Heaven, NBC, 1991. Notorious, Lifetime, 1992. Woman with a Past, NBC, 1992. Murder of Innocence, CBS, 1993. Leave of Absence, NBC, 1994. Sleep, Baby, Sleep, ABC, 1995. In the Lake of the Woods, Fox, 1996. Ivana Trump’s For Love Alone (also known as For Love Alone: The Ivana Trump), CBS, 1996. The Perfect Daughter, 1996. Not in This Town, USA Network, 1997. The Alibi, ABC, 1997. A Match Made in Heaven, CBS, 1997. Weapons of Mass Destruction, HBO, 1997. Life of the Party: The Pamela Harriman Story (also known as Life of the Party: Pamela Harriman), Lifetime, 1998. The Agency, 1998. The Lake, NBC, 1998. Route 9, HBO, 1998. In the Company of Spies, HBO, 1999. Hell Swarm, UPN, 2000.

Video Game Themes: Enter the Matrix, 2003.

DAVIS, Duane PERSONAL Born in Cleveland, OH; married; children: one son. Career: Actor. CREDITS Film Appearances: Jerome Watkins, Summer School, Paramount, 1987. Eddie, The Hidden, New Line Cinema, 1987. Very dumb football player, Beetlejuice, Warner Bros., 1988. 109

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Jock, A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, New Line Cinema, 1988. Ronny Rawlson, How I Got into College, 1989. Tiny, Skinheads (also known as Skinheads: The Second Coming of Hate), Greydon Clark Productions, 1989. Featherstone, Necessary Roughness, Paramount, 1991. Policeman, Universal Soldier, TriStar, 1992. Hambone Busby, Diggstown (also known as Midnight Sting), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1992. Johnson, Under Siege (also known as Piege en haute mer), Warner Bros., 1992. Alvin Mack, The Program, Buena Vista, 1993. Jerry Johnson, Little Big League, Warner Bros., 1994. Jailer, Steal Big, Steal Little, Savoy Pictures, 1995. Ed Jenkins, A Boy Called Hate, Dove, 1995. Palace guard Ⲇ1, The Great White Hype, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1996. Black policeman, An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn, Buena Vista, 1997. Corporal Charles Devon, Starquest II (also known as Galactic Odyssey and Mind Breakers), New Horizons, 1997. Skinny bodyguard, Knock Off, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1998. Goon, The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas, MCA/ Universal, 2000. CTA Worker Ford, Daybreak (also known as Rapid Transit), Off Track Productions, 2000. Uno, Ghosts of Mars (also known as John Carpenter’s Ghosts of Mars), Screen Gems, 2001.

Also appeared in Sweet Justice, NBC; 21 Jump Street; as Robert Barton, Moloney, CBS; guard Fletcher, City of Angels, CBS; guest, The Test, F/X. Stage Appearances: Young Scrooge and member of ensemble, Comin’ Uptown, Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, 1979–1980.

DE BAER, Jean (Jean DeBaer, Jeanne De Baer) PERSONAL Career: Actress.

Television Appearances; Series: McKinley, a recurring role, Sisters, NBC, 1992–1993. Duke DePalma, Team Knight Rider, syndicated, 1997.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Terry, Girlfriends, Warner Bros., 1978. Stage manager, The Fan, Paramount, 1981. Woman speaker, The World According to Garp, Warner Bros., 1982. Jackie Halley, A Flash of Green, International Spectrafilm, 1984. Mary Beth Mac Williams, The New Kids (also known as Striking Back), Columbia, 1985. Agent Whitemore, F/X (also known as F/X–Murder by Illusion and Murder by Illusion), Orion, 1986. Maxine Bellamy, 84 Charing Cross Road, Columbia, 1986. Toni Carpenter, Wall Street, 1987. Vivian, Funny about Love, 1990. Mrs. Lansing, The Man without a Face, Warner Bros., 1993. Mary Marget, Maverick, Warner Bros., 1994. Suzanne DeMarco, The Pallbearer, Miramax, 1996. Loan officer, The Associate, Buena Vista, 1996. Secretary, A Perfect Murder, Warner Bros., 1998. (As Jean DeBaer) Elizabeth, Scott’s mother, Kimberly, 1999.

Television Appearances; Movies: Gred ⬙Hitman⬙ Meyers, Glory Days, CBS, 1988. Bo Kimble, Final Shot: The Hank Gathers Story, syndicated, 1992. Alex Poole, Past Tense, Showtime, 1994. James ⬙Buster⬙ Douglas, Tyson, HBO, 1995. Simulus (Helmet Head), The Adventures of Captain Zoom in Outer Space, Starz!, 1995. Joe Louis, Rocky Marciano, Showtime, 1999. Randy Fleck, Angels in the Infield, ABC, 2000. Goose, Guilty as Charged (also known as The Base II), HBO, 2000. Television Appearances; Specials: Father, Punk, PBS, 1989. Agent Sparkman, The First Gentleman, CBS, 1994. Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙Volleyball, Anyone?,⬙ Head of the Class, ABC, 1986. Wayne, ⬙Terry,⬙ Ohara, CBS, 1987. 110

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Television Appearances; Movies: (As Jeanne De Baer) Men of Crisis: The Harvey Wallinger Story, 1971. Betty, Trackdown: Finding the Goodbar Killer (also known as Trackdown), CBS, 1983. Nurse Kinkate, A Doctor’s Story, NBC, 1984. Allyse, Liberty, NBC, 1986. Gene Drumm, Broken Vows, 1987. Mrs. Bowers, What If I’m Gay?, 1987. Kojack: Ariana, ABC, 1989. Mary lookalike, Mary and Rhoda, NBC, 2000.

Lois Huntington, ⬙Legacy,⬙ Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: S.V.U.), NBC, 2000. (As Jean DeBaer) ⬙A Shot in the Dark,⬙ 100 Centre Street, Arts and Entertainment, 2001. ⬙The Old Ball Game,⬙ Deadline, NBC, 2001. ⬙The Undesirables,⬙ Deadline, NBC, 2001. (As Jean DeBaer) Medical examiner, ⬙The Good Doctor,⬙ Law & Order: Criminal Intent, NBC, 2001. (As Jean DeBaer) Grandma Yokas, ⬙The Chosen Few,⬙ Third Watch, NBC, 2002.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Edythe Wadleigh, Concealed Enemies, PBS, 1984. Josie Fitzgerald, The Kennedys of Massachusetts, ABC, 1990.

Also appeared as Judge Rose Marin, One Life to Live, ABC. Stage Appearances: Shirley, Princess Tamara, and first girl, The Women, 46th Street Theatre, New York City, 1973. Understudy for the roles of Giacinta, waitress and Zerbinetta, Scapino, Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 1974–1975. Hortensia, The Rehearsal, Roundabout Theatre Company, Stage II, New York City, 1976–1977. Faye Medwikck, Chapter Two, Imperial Theatre, New York City, 1977–1979, then Eugene O’Neill Theatre, New York City, 1979. Pinhead, Miss Sandwich, Countess, Princess Alexandra, and understudy for the role of Mrs. Kendal, The Elephant Man, York Theatre at St. Peter’s, New York City, 1979. Flux, Second Stage Theatre, New York City, 1981–1982. Esther, To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday, Circle in the Square, New York City, 1984. Ariel Took, Coastal Disturbances, Circle in the Square, 1987–1988. Louise, Flaubert’s Latest, Playwrights Horizons, New York City, 1993.

Television Appearances; Specials: Monkey, Monkey, Bottle of Bear, How Many Monkeys Have We Here?, PBS, 1974. Mrs. Mead, Revenge of the Nerd, CBS, 1983. Tiffany Trumble, ⬙Mom’s On Strike,⬙ The ABC Afterschool Special, ABC, 1984. Ellen, Teen Father, ABC, 1986. June, Tidy Endings, HBO, 1988. Janet, Brotherly Love: The Trevor Ferrell Story, HBO, 1994. Notes for My Daughter, ABC, 1995. Dr. Hayden, Notes for My Daughter, ABC, 1995. Television Appearances; Pilots: Ruth Newman, Love, Natalie, NBC, 1980. Frances McGuane, D.C. Cop, CBS, 1986. Television Appearances; Episodic: Mrs. Bell, ⬙Prime Evil,⬙ Serpico, NBC, 1976. (As Jean DeBaer) Eileen Arden, ⬙Back Home,⬙ The Equalizer, CBS, 1985. Dorothy Winsome, ⬙Play It Again, Sammy,⬙ Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1988. (As Jean DeBaer) Detective Bishop, ⬙Regrets Only,⬙ The Equalizer, CBS, 1988. (As Jean DeBaer) Constance Pack, ⬙Renunciation,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1991. Maggie D’Amato, ⬙The Four Elements,⬙ Sisters, NBC, 1992. ⬙Only You,⬙ The Cosby Mysteries, NBC, 1994. Laura Bergreen, ⬙Family Business,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1996. Claudia Schneider, ⬙A Walk in the Park,⬙ Soldier of Fortune, Inc. (also known as Special Ops Force), syndicated, 1998. (As Jean DeBaer) Robin, ⬙Fire and Ice,⬙ Now and Again, CBS, 2000. Spa manager, ⬙Attack of the Five Foot Ten Woman,⬙ Sex and the City, HBO, 2000.

DEEZEN, Eddie 1958– PERSONAL Born March 6, 1958, in Cumberland, MD; son of Robert and Irma Deezen. Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Ⲇ155, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Contact—c/o 8205 Santa Monica Blvd., ⲆI–316, West Hollywood, CA 90046–5912. Career: Actor. Appeared in television commericals as voice of Pop, Kellogg’s Rice Krispies, 1997, and for Taco Bell, 1997. 111

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Television Appearances; Series: Eddie Malvin, a recurring role, Punky Brewster, NBC, 1984. Voice of Ham, Mother Goose & Grimm (animated; also known as Grimmy), CBS, 1992. Voice of Mandark, Dexter’s Laboratory (animated; also known as Dexter’s Lab and Dexter de shiyanshi), Cartoon Network, 1996—. Voice of the guy boarded up in the wall, The Weird Al Show, CBS, 1997. Voice, Pigs Next Door (also known as Muca beal dorais), 2000. Voice of Larry, Lloyd in Space (animated; also known as Disney’s Lloyd in Space), ABC, 2001.

Film Appearances: Froggy, Laserblast, Irwin Yablans Company, 1978. Eugene, Grease, Paramount, 1978. Richard ⬙Ringo⬙ Klaus, I Wanna Hold Your Hand, Universal, 1978. Herbie Kazlminsky, 1941, MCA/Universal, 1979. Wesley, Midnight Madness, Buena Vista, 1980. Red, Desperate Moves (also known as A Desperate Case, Rollerboy, Save the Last Dance for Me, Steigler and Steigler, Stiegler: A Desperate Case, and Stiegler: A Serious Case), 1981. Eugene, Grease 2, Paramount, 1982. Sheldon, Zapped!, Embasssy Pictures Corp., 1982. Malvin, computer nerd, WarGames, United Artists, 1983. Menlo, Surf II (also known as Surf II: The End of the Trilogy), Aquarius Releasing, 1984. Sydney, The Rosebud Beach Hotel (also known as Big Lobby and The No–Tell Hotel), Almi Pictures, 1984. Lane, Delta Pi (also known as Mugsy’s Girls), Pegasus Films, 1985. Voice of Donnie Dodo, Sesame Street Presents Follow That Bird (also known as Follow That Bird), Warner Bros., 1985. Sphincter, Polish Vampire in Burbank, Vistar International Pictures, 1985. Parking attendant, The Longshot, Orion, 1986. Eddie Lipshultz, The Whoopee Boys, Paramount, 1986. Rollie, Million Dollar Mystery (also known as Money Mania), De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1987. Hancock, Happy Hour (also known as Sour Grapes), The Movie Store, 1987. Dorf’s Golf Bible, 1987. Hungry Heifer manager, Critters 2: The Main Course, New Line Cinema, 1988. Dopey Deputy, Assault of the Killer Bimbos, Empire Pictures, 1988. Kyle Carpenter, Bevery Hills Vamp, Vidmark Entertainment, 1988. Walter, Hollywood Boulevard II, Concorde, 1989. Slappy the clown, Wedding Band, IRS Media, 1990. Dorf Goes Auto Racing, Premiere Home Video, 1990. Voice of Snipes, Rock–A–Doodle (animated), Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1991. Pizza boy, Teenage Exorcist, Action International Pictures, 1991. Voice, We’re Back! A Dinosaur’s Story, Universal, 1993. Video cameraman, Il silenzio dei prosciutti (also known as The Silence of the Hams), October Films, 1994. Phil the guard, Mr. Payback: An Interactive Movie, A.e. c., 1995. Rancor guard who gets spit on, Spy Hard, Buena Vista, 1996. The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue (animated), 1999.

Television Appearances; Movies: Eric Philpot, Champions: A Love Story, CBS, 1979. Himalayan operator, Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective (also known as The Raven Red Kiss–Off), syndicated, 1990. Don Tony, Mob Boss, syndicated, 1991. Voice of Caliph, Scooby–Doo in Arabian Nights (animated; also known as Scooby Doo’s Arabian Nights), syndicated, 1994. Agent Tucker, The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, ABC, 1995. Voice of Mandark, Dexter’s Laboratory Ego Trip (animated), Cartoon Network, 1999. Teleivison Appearances; Specials: Himself/Eugene, VH–1 Where Are They Now: Grease, VH1, 1998. (Uncredited; in archive footage) Voice of Mandark, The First 13th Annual Fancy Anvil Awards Show Program Special Live in Stereo (animated), Cartoon Network, 2002. Television Appearances; Pilots: Ron Carp, Homeroom (also known as Home Room), ABC, 1981. Television Appearances; Episodic: Grusky, ⬙The Big Fight,⬙ The Facts of Life, NBC, 1982. Carl ⬙Killer⬙ Kapelwitz (some sources cite Mickey Dalrumple), ⬙Squeeze Play,⬙ Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1983. Merle Monroe, ⬙Lady in Green,⬙ The Fall Guy, ABC, 1986. Demon Ⲇ2, ⬙The Demons,⬙ Monsters, syndicated, 1989. Voice of Mouth, ⬙Darkly Dawns the Duck: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Darkwing Duck (animated), ABC and syndicated, 1991. Voice of Iggy Catalpa, ⬙Joking the Chicken,⬙ Duckman (animated), USA Network, 1994. Voice of Melvin, ⬙Masked Chess Boy,⬙ Life with Louie (animated), Fox, 1996. 112

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DeKAY Hills, CA 90211. Manager—Lone Star Entertainment, 147 N. Poinsettia Pl., Los Angeles, CA 90036. Career: Actor. CREDITS Film Appearances: Stevie, Fat Tuesday, First Knight Productions, 1993. New bartender, Almost Heroes, Warner Bros., 1998. Pete Garrett, The Prospector, 1998. (As Tim DeMay) Martin Toomey The Crow: Salvation (also known as The Crow 3: Toedliche Erloesung), Dimension Films, 2000. Dean Stewart, Big Eden, Jour de Fete Films, 2000. Ken, Buddy Boy, Fine Line, 2000. Dad, Nice Guys Finish Last, 2001. Agent, Swordfish, Warner Bros., 2001. Speaker, The Third Wheel, Miramax, 2002. Bill, Welcome to the Neighborhood, 2003.

Also appeared as Ned, ⬙Ron Millionaire,⬙ Kim Possible; voice of biker, ⬙Queasy Rider,⬙ Goof Troop (animated); ice cream guy, ⬙Diseasy Does It!,⬙ Kenny & the Chimp; voice of Mandark, Cartoon All–Stars to the Rescue (animated); voice of Mandark, Cartoon Madness (animated); voice of Mandark, House of Toon (animated); voice of Mandark, Survivor: Cartoon Cartoon vs. Nicktoons (animated); voice of Mandark, The Cartoon Characters Villains (animated); voice of Mandark, ⬙Dexter’s Laboratory,⬙ Toon Jam (animated); voice of Mudwell the Mudbunny, Cartoon All Stars: STOP SAMURAI JACK! (animated); voice, Eek the Cat (animated).

Television Appearances; Series: Dr. Paul Thomas, Party of Five, Fox, 1997–1999. Jones, Carnivale, HBO, 2003. Television Appearances; Movies: Becky’s husband, ⬙1952,⬙ If These Walls Could Talk, HBO, 1996. Junior officer at embassy party, The Pentagon Wars, HBO, 1998. Robert Mercer, Murder, She Wrote: The Last Free Man, CBS, 2001. Bob Kuehn, Taking Back Our Town, Lifetime, 2001.

RECORDINGS Music Videos: Appeared in Quiet Riot’s ⬙Party All Night.⬙

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Max Thomas, The Ring (also known as Danielle Steel’s ⬙The Ring⬙), NBC, 1996. Professor Christopher Priest, Night Sins, CBs, 1997. Mike Landry, Invasion (also known as Robin Cook’s Invasion), NBC, 1997.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Shock Cinema, fall/winter, 2000.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Alex, Common Law, 1996. Five Houses, Fox, 1998. True Love, ABC, 1999. Peter Eastman, Chestnut Hill, NBC, 2001. Jones, Carnivale, HBO, 2003.

DeKAY, Tim (Tim DeMay) PERSONAL Married; wife’s name, Elisa. Education: Rutgers University, M.F.A.

Also appeared in Honey Viccaro.

Addresses: Agent—Tisherman Agency, 6767 Forest Lawn Dr., Suite 101, Los Angeles, CA 90068; Writers & Artists Agency, 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 550, Beverly

Television Appearances; Episodic: Lawrence Deon, ⬙Destination Terminal,⬙ SeaQuest DSV, NBC, 1995. 113

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Lawrence Deon, ⬙In the Company of Ice and Profit,⬙ SeaQuest DSV, NBC, 1995. Lawrence Deon, ⬙Brainlock,⬙ SeaQuest DSV, NBC, 1996. Kevin, ⬙The Soul Mate,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1996. Kevin, ⬙The Bizarro Jerry,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1996. Reverend Tom Maxwell, ⬙The Ghost and Mrs. Kelly,⬙ Grace under Fire, ABC, 1996. Gordon, ⬙The Matchmaker,⬙ The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1997. John, ⬙We’re at NBC Now,⬙ The Naked Truth, NBC, 1997. J. D. Sinclair, ⬙Smokescreen,⬙ Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1997. Sonny Burnett, ⬙A Mime Is a Terrible Thing to Waste,⬙ Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1997. Brian, ⬙Caroline and the Office,⬙ Caroline in the City, NBC, 1998. Jennings Crawford, ⬙The Linguist,⬙ Cupid, ABC, 1998. Professor Albright, ⬙Heat,⬙ Brimstone, Fox, 1998. Jerry Green, ⬙Split Decisions,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 1999. Eddie Fontenot, ⬙Pool,⬙ The Pretender, NBC, 1999. Ray Mitchel, ⬙Cliff Gardner,⬙ Sports Night, ABC, 1999. Voice ⬙Andy Runs Away,⬙ God, the Devil and Bob, NBC, 2000. Ray Mitchel, ⬙April Is the Cruelest Month,⬙ Sports Night, ABC, 2000. Owen, ⬙The General,⬙ Thieves, ABC, 2001. Kendall Willis, ⬙A Kick in the Head,⬙ Ally McBeal, Fox, 2002. Marc, ⬙The One Where Rachel Has the Baby: Part 1,⬙ Friends, NBC, 2002. Matt, ⬙Zoo,⬙ Malcolm in the Middle, Fox, 2002. Reverend Keyes, ⬙Till Death Do Us Part,⬙ Everwood, The WB, 2002. Reverend Keyes, ⬙Snow Job,⬙ Everwood, The WB, 2003.

Also appeared in Denial, L.A. Theatre Works, broadcast on public radio stations.

D’ELIA, Bill PERSONAL Raised in Queens, NY; father, a newsstand owner; mother, a homemaker; married Ellie (an interior decorator); children: Christopher (an actor and screenwriter), Matthew. Education: Ithaca College, degree in television and film, 1969; William Paterson University, M.A., communication arts, 1972. Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Director, producer, and writer. Worked for an advertising agency in New York City; formed his own commercial production company. Military service: Served two years in the U.S. Army. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nominations, outstanding drama series (with others), 1996, 1997, 1998, for Chicago Hope; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding directing for a comedy series, 2000, and Directors Guild of America Award nomination, outstanding directorial achievement, 2001, for Ally McBeal; Addy, Clio, and Telly awards, for directing commercials. CREDITS

Also appeared as patrolman, ⬙The Penalty Phase,⬙ Townies, ABC; Michael Kaplan, Dogs; John, Ellen; Bob, Champs; Owen, Thieves; in ⬙So What Else Happened,⬙ L.A. Firefighters.

Television Director; Episodic: Northern Exposure, CBS, 1991, 1993–1994. Doogie Howser, M.D., ABC, 1991–1992. ⬙Forgiveness,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1992. ⬙Baby Makes Five,⬙ Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1992. Picket Fences, CBS, 1992–1994. ⬙Back in the High Life Again,⬙ Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1993. ⬙So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Goodbye,⬙ Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1993. ⬙The Right Stuff,⬙ Harts of the West, CBS, 1993. ⬙Goodnight, Irene,⬙ Harts of the West, CBS, 1993. ⬙Jake’s Brother,⬙ Harts of the West, CBS, 1993. Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (also known as Lois & Clark and The New Adventures of Superman), ABC, 1993–1995. Chicago Hope, CBS, 1995–2000. ⬙Performance Anxiety,⬙ Get Real, Fox, 1999. The West Wing, NBC, 1999—. Ally McBeal, Fox, 2000–2002. ⬙Soldier Boy,⬙ American Dreams, NBC, 2002.

Stage Appearances: Joe Fisher, The Show–Off, Roundabout Theatre Company, Criterion Theatre, New York City, 1992. Also appeared in Billy Budd, Circle in the Square, New York City; in productions at Denver Center, Hartford Stage, Cleveland Playhouse, Cincinnati Playhouse, Pasadena Shakespeare, and others. Major Tours: Appeared in Lion in Winter, U.S. cities. Radio Appearances: Incident at Vichy, L.A. Theatre Works, 2002. 114

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Queens Supreme, CBS, 2003. ⬙Hand of God,⬙ Miracles, ABC, 2003. Also directed episodes of Civil Wars, Courthouse, and Reasonable Doubts, NBC.

Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Brillstein–Grey Entertainment, 9150 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 350, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist— PMK/HBH New York, 650 Fifth Ave., 33rd Floor, New York, NY 10019. Contact—Filth Mart, 531 E. 13th St., New York, NY 10009.

Television Work; Episodic: Co–executive producer and executive producer, Chicago Hope, CBS, 1996—. Executive producer, Ally McBeal, Fox, 1997–1998, 2000—.

Career: Actress and playwright. Filth Mart (clothing store), New York City, co–owner; also worked as a clothing designer and furniture sales representative.

Also producer of episodes of Courthouse, CBS. Television Director; Movies: Big Dreams & Broken Hearts: The Dottie West Story, CBS, 1995. In the Name of Love: A Texas Tragedy (also known as After Laurette), Fox, 1995.

Awards, Honors: Screen Actors Guild Award nominations (with others), outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series, 2001, 2002, and 2003, all for The Sopranos.

Television Director; Pilots: Time Well Spent, ABC, 1995. The Tomorrow Man, 1996. 111 Gramercy Park, ABC, 2003.

CREDITS Film Appearances: ⬙M⬙ Word, 1996. Prostitute, Roberta, 1999. Hilary Harris, Meet Prince Charming, New City Releasing, 1999. Henrieta, Sleepwalk, 2000. Cadet Ramsey, The Gentleman from Boston, 2000. The wife, ’R Xmas (also known as Christmas), Pathfinder Pictures, 2001. Melissa, Swordfish, Warner Bros., 2001. (Uncredited) Club girl, Made, Artisan Entertainment, 2001. Dee, The Perfect You, 2002. Betsy, Deuces Wild (also known as Deuces Wild— Wild en den Strassen), United Artists, 2002. Angela, Love Rome, 2002. Tracy, Prey for Rock & Roll, 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Chorus line producer, ⬙What I’ll Never Do for Love Again,⬙ Ally McBeal, 2002. Television Appearances; Specials: Interviewee, Intimate Portrait: Calista Flockhart (documentary), Lifetime, 2001. Film Work: Producer and director, The Feud, Castle Hill, 1989. WRITINGS Television Episodes: Chicago Hope, CBS, 1994. (And co–creator) Judging Amy (pilot), CBS, 1999.

Television Appearances; Series: Adriana La Cerva, The Sopranos, HBO, 1999—.

Screenplays: The Feud, Castle Hill, 1989.

Television Appearances; Specials: VH1 Divas Live: The One and Only Aretha Franklin—A Benefit Concert for VH1 Save the Music Foundation, VH1, 2001. The 2001 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 2001. Host, VH1 Big in 2002 Awards, VH1, 2002.

De MATTEO, Drea 1973– PERSONAL Original name, Andrea Donna de Matteo; born January 19, 1973, in New York, NY; daughter of Albert (a furniture manufacturer) and Donna (a playwright) De

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Swift Justice, UPN, 1997. Angela DeMarco, Feds, CBS, 1998. Guest, Late Show with David Letterman, NBC, 2002. WRITINGS Stage Plays: Wrote (with Donna de Matteo) The Heart Transplant.

DeMAY, Tim See DeKAY, Tim

DEMING, Peter 1957– PERSONAL Born December 13, 1957, in Racine, WI. Education: American Film Institute and University of Wisconsin. Addresses: Office—Agogo Films, 927 Fourth St., Santa Monica, CA 90403. Manager—Sandra Marsh Management, 9150 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 220, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Cinematographer and camera operator. Also worked as cinematographer for commercials, and as a director and cinematographer of music videos. Member: American Society of Cinematographers.

Film Work; Other: Second assistant camera, Suburbia, 1983. Camera operator 3rd unit, The Party Animal, 1984. Camera operator, Stars and Bars, Columbia, 1988. Second camera operator, Split Decisions, 1988. Second unit cinematographer, Darkman, MCA/ Universal, 1990. Additional photography, Men at Work, 1990. Additional camera operator, Cry Baby, 1990. Additional photography, Boomerang, 1992. Camera operator, Loaded Weapon 1 (also known as National Lampoon’s Loaded Weapon 1), New Line Cinema, 1993. Second unit cinematographer, Little Big League, Warner Bros., 1994. Second unit cinematographer, Getting Even with Dad, 1994. Additional photographer: Los Angeles, Species, Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1995. Additional cinematographer, Scream, Miramax, 1996.

Awards, Honors: Independent Spirit Award nomination, best cinematography, 1991, for House Party; Golden Frog Award nomination, Camerimage, Fennecus Award nomination, cinematography—composition, Apex Award nomination, cinematography—action/mystery/thriller, 2001, Independent Spirit Award, best cinematography, Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, best cinematography, Online Film Critics Association Award nomination, best cinematography, 2002, all for Mulholland Dr. CREDITS Film Cinematographer: The Silence (short film), 1982. Evil Dead II (also known as Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn and Evil Dead II, the Sequel to the Ultimate Experience in Grueling Terror), Rosebud Communications Releasing, 1987. 116

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DENNEHY RBTV Lackey, The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle (also known as Die Abenteuer von Rocky und Bullwinkle), Universal, 2000. Keechie, Giravolte (also known as Freewheeling in Roma), 2001. Annie, Chase’s production assistant, Showtime, Warner Bros., 2002. Semi, Ghetto Dawg, Jersey Bred Productions, 2002. Vanessa Hansen, City by the Sea, Warner Bros., 2002. Several characters, DV Workshop, 2002. The Sweet Spot, 2003.

Film Appearances: Popcorn boy, Scream 2, 1997. (Uncredited) Man eating popcorn on studio tour, Scream 3, 2000. Television Cinematographer; Series: On the Air, ABC, 1992. Television Work; Movies: Camera operator, Dead Solid Perfect, HBO, 1988. Cinematographer, ⬙2000,⬙ If These Walls Could Talk 2, HBO, 2000.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Brassy woman, Witness to the Mob, NBC, 1998.

Television Cinematographer; Specials: Hotel Room (also known as David Lynch’s Hotel Room), 1993. Cosmic Slop, HBO, 1994.

Television Appearances; Specials: Spring Break Rave, ABC, 1993. Voice of Glindy, The Groovenians (animated), Cartoon Network, 2002.

Television Cinematographer; Pilots: Key West, Fox, 1993. The Last Days of Russell, ABC, 1995.

Television Work; Specials: Director, executive producer, and additional photography, Girls and Dolls (documentary short film), PBS, 2001.

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PERSONAL

Television Specials: Girls and Dolls (documentary short film), PBS, 2001.

Daughter of Diahnne Abbott; adopted daughter of Robert De Niro (an actor). Addresses: Agent—Mindel–Shaw Donegan, 9057 Nemo St., West Hollywood, CA.

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Career: Actress and director. Previously worked as a deejay, model, and fashion consultant.

PERSONAL Daughter of Brian Dennehy (an actor).

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Addresses: Agent—Mitchell K. Stubbs & Associates, 8675 W. Washington Blvd., Suite 203, Culver City, CA 90232.

Film Appearances: Receptionist Ⲇ1, Grace of My Heart, Gramercy, 1996. Gate stewardess, Wag the Dog, New Line Cinema, 1997. Waitress, Too Tired to Die, Phaedra Cinema, 1998. Marcy, Great Expectations, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998. Rita, On the Run (also known as Em fuga and On the Run), Phaedra Cinema, 1998. Caroline, At First Sight, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1999. Lori, The 24 Hour Woman, Artisan Entertainment, 1999. Sherie, Personals, Unapix Entertainment, 1999. Waitress, Entropy, 1999.

Career: Actress. Appeared in television commercials, including those for Hallmark cards, 1999. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Christina ⬙Blake⬙ Thorpe, The Guiding Light, CBS, 1988–1989. 117

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Television Appearances; Movies: Kathy Magnuson, A Place to Be Loved (also known as Shattered Family), CBS, 1993. Sara (some sources cite Frances), Jack Reed: A Search for Justice (also known as Deadly Justice), NBC, 1994. Shari, Runaway Car (also known as Out of Control), 1997. Dr. Beverly Stokes, The Last Man on Planet Earth, UPN, 1999. Jeremy’s mom, Come On, Get Happy: The Partridge Family Story, ABC, 1999. Mrs. Susan Sinclair, Hard Time: Hostage Hotel (also known as Hostage Hotel), TNT, 1999. Archivist, Murder, She Wrote: The Last Free Man, CBS, 2001.

Performed as Stella, A Streetcar Named Desire, South Coast Repertory Theatre.

DENTON, Jamie 1963– (James Denton) PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Episodic: Lieutenant Commander Elizabeth Paula Shelby, ⬙The Best of Both Worlds: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Star Trek: The Next Generation, syndicated, 1990. Beth Ryan, ⬙Promised Land—December 22, 1971,⬙ Quantum Leap, NBC, 1992. The Drakette/Allison, ⬙The Handicap Spot,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1993. The Drakette/Allison, ⬙The Pilot,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1993. Flora, ⬙The Date,⬙ Brooklyn Bridge, CBS, 1993. Jennifer, Sweet Justice, 1994. ⬙Awakening: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ The Lazarus Man, TNT/ syndicated, 1996. Dana Brown, ⬙The Sandman,⬙ C–16: FBI, ABC, 1997. ⬙You Shoulda Seen My Daddy,⬙ Any Day Now, 1998. Melanie Pratt, ⬙Everybody Plays the Mule,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 2000. Nina Seldon, ⬙Cold Hearts,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 2000. Attorney Salias, ⬙The Undertow,⬙ Judging Amy, CBS, 2001. Maura Fitzhugh, ⬙Prodigal Dad,⬙ Gideon’s Crossing, ABC, 2001. Maura Fitzhugh, ⬙The Crash,⬙ Gideon’s Crossing, ABC, 2001. ⬙God’s Work,⬙ The Agency, CBS, 2001. ⬙Deadline,⬙ The Agency, CBS, 2001.

Born January 20, 1963, in Nashville, TN; father, a dentist. Education: University of Tennessee, Knoxville, degree (with honors), advertising; also attended a junior college. Avocational Interests: Watching basketball, photography, and surfing the Internet. Addresses: Agent—Silver, Massetti, & Szatmary, 8730 West Sunset Blvd., Suite 440, West Hollywood, CA 90069. Manager—John Crosby Management, 1729 N. Sycamore Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028. Contact—c/o LDP, 436 Thunderbird Court, Fullerton, CA 92835. Career: Actor. The Griffin Theatre and Strawdog Theater Ensemble, member of company; previously worked as a radio advertising salesman and CBS television advertising salesman. Awards, Honors: After Dark Award (with others), for Flesh and Blood; Joseph Jefferson Award nomination, best actor, for The Diviners. CREDITS Film Appearances: Ray Higgs, Thieves Quartet, Headliner, 1994. Nick, Hunter’s Moon, 1995. Keith Marks, That Old Feeling, Universal, 1997. Buzz, Face/Off (also known as Face Off), Paramount, 1997. Mitch, Primary Colors (also known as Mit aller Macht and Perfect Couple), MCA/Universal, 1998. Jack, Jumbo Girl, 2003.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Marlene, Daisy and Chess, Fox, 1995. Film Appearances: Candy, The Waterdance, Samuel Goldwyn, 1992. Reporter, Clear and Present Danger, Paramount, 1994. Preschool teacher, Gattaca, Columbia, 1997. Maria, The Game, Panorama, 1997. Kathy Kimball, The Prophecy II (also known as God’s Army II), Dimension, 1998. Jimmy Pig’s wife, Soldier, Warner Bros., 1998. Beverly, Red Dragon (also known as Roter Drache), MCA/Universal, 2002.

Television Appearances; Series: Mr. Lyle, The Pretender, NBC, 1997–2000. Judge Augustus ⬙Jack⬙ Ripley, Philly, ABC, 2001–2002. (As James Denton) John Kilmer, Threat Matrix, ABC, 2003. 118

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DEVLIN DEVLIN, Alan PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Pilots: Dr. Adam Mitchell, L.A. Meds, ABC, 1997. The Hanleys, ABC, 1998. John Kilmer, Threat Matrix, ABC, 2003.

Born in England.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Jack Bullock, ⬙The Good, the Bad and The Wealthy,⬙ Sliders, Sci–Fi Channel, 1996. Lieutenant Commander Bruce Carmichael, ⬙Hemlock,⬙ JAG, NBC, 1996. Rocky Talese, ⬙Friendly Fire,⬙ Moloney, CBS, 1996. Rob Winter, ⬙Hostile Convergence,⬙ Dark Skies, NBC, 1996. Dr. Howard Zaunaveld, ⬙The Monitor Story,⬙ Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place (also known as Two Guys and a Girl), ABC, 2000. Jimmy Bender, ⬙Do You Wanna Dance?,⬙ Ally McBeal, Fox, 2000. Tom Jordan, ⬙The Midterms,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 2000. Daryl, ⬙Drew Tries Hot Salsa,⬙ The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 2002. Daryl, ⬙The Man in the Iron Chair,⬙ The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 2002. (As James Denton) Geoffrey Roizman, ⬙Fortunate Son,⬙ JAG, CBS, 2003.

Awards, Honors: Olivier Award, best actor in a supporting role, 1984, for A Moon for the Misbegotten.

Career: Actor.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Phoelix, 1979. Edward, The Mouse and the Woman, Facelift, 1980. Priest, The Long Good Friday, Embassy, 1980. Clicky, Traveler, 1981. Bill, Angel (also known as Danny Boy), 1982. Father Quigley, The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne, Island, 1987. Mick Barry, Clash of the Ash, 1987. Lord Waterstone, Rebecca’s Daughters, 1992. Malone, The Playboys, Samuel Goldwyn, 1992. Mr. Riley, War of the Buttons (also known as La guerre des boutons, ca recommence), Warner Bros., 1994. Manley, High Boot Benny, 1994. John Joe, Moondance, 1995. Chalky White, Resurrection Man, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1997. Lord Mayor, Ordinary Decent Criminal (also known as Ein Ganz gewoehnlicher Dieb), Miramax, 2000. Pop Devlin, Flick, 2000. Father Damian, Song for a Raggy Boy, 2003. Simon Dedalus, Bl,.m, 2003.

Also appeared in The Untouchables; as doctor, Inside Schwartz, NBC. Stage Appearances: Steven, In Walked Monk, Hollywood, CA, 1999. Inmate Ⲇ1, Asylum, Court Theatre, West Hollywood, CA, 2000. Danny, Locked Up Down Shorty’s, Power House Theatre, Santa Monica, CA, 2001.

Television Appearances; Movies: Quinn, Honour, Profit & Pleasure, 1985. Sir Rex Ferriday, Nineteen 96, 1989. Doctor, Oliver Twist, ABC, 1997.

Also appeared as George Gibbs, Our Town, Nashville, TN; Stanley, A Streetcar Named Desire, Chicago, IL; Bebert, Lapin Lapin, Chicago, IL; C. C. Showers, The Diviners, Chicago, IL; in Flesh and Blood; The Night Hank Williams Died; Death Trap; Thieves Quartet.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Detective Inspector O’Brien, ⬙Steeled with a Kiss: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Remington Steele, 1987.

WRITINGS

Also appeared as Tomsy Flood, ⬙In the Curranhilty Country,⬙ The Irish R.M.

Stage Scores: Wrote music for The Night Hank Williams Died.

Stage Appearances: A Moon for the Misbegotten, London, c. 1984. 119

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DEVON, Tony 1951– PERSONAL Original name, Anthony Acchione; born December 5, 1951, in Philadelphia, PA. Addresses: Agent—Dorothy Palmer Talent Agency, 235 West 56th St., Suite 24K, New York, NY 10019; William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor, writer, and producer. Appeared in a number of television commercials, including Pepsi (1984), Veteran’s Life Insurance (1985), Kroeger Finance (1985), Volkswagen (1986), Nokia (1999), Fiat (1999), CBS News (1999), Peco Energy (1999), and Giant Foods (2000). Previously worked as a singer and opening act for Rodney Dangerfield, New York City. CREDITS Film Appearances: Franco ⬙Mad Dog⬙ Portelli, La mano negra (also known as The Black Hand and La mano nera), 1980. Sailor’s friend, Blow Out, Filmways, 1981. Neighbor, Fighting Back (also known as Death Vengeance), Paramount, 1982. The coroner, Amityville II: The Possession, Orion, 1982. The store customer, The Sub Shop (short film), 1982. Police officer, Without a Trace, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1983. Plainclothesman, The King of Comedy, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1983. (Uncredited) Young intern Ⲇ2, The House of God, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1984. (Uncredited) The jogger, Deathmask (also known as Unknown), 1984. (Uncredited) The best man, Prizzi’s Honor, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1985. Eren’s love interest, Whatever It Takes, Aquarius Releasing Inc., 1986. Marty, Putz, 1988. Bodyguard, Cookie, Warner Bros., 1989. Booker, The Lemon Sisters, Miramax, 1990. Angry driver, Funny about Love, 1990. (Uncredited) Mob family lawyer at the church, The Godfather: Part III (also known as Mario Puzo’s The Godfather: Part III), Paramount, 1990. (Uncredited) Security guard, Philadelphia, TriStar, 1993. Clinton, As Long As You’re Alive, 1993. Reverend Lacy, The Adventures of the Devil’s Pulpit, 1993.

Film Work: Executive producer, The Life and Times of Charlie Putz, 1991. Television Appearances; Series: Tony the bartender, Hometown, CBS, 1985. Detective Bill Madden, The F.B.I. Files, The Discovery Channel, 1999. Mike Lynch, One Life to Live, ABC, 1999. Television Appearances; Miniseries: White House guard Jansen, NetForce, ABC, 1999. Lieutenant Colonel Iceal Hambleton, Navy SEALS: The Untold Stories (documentary), The Learning Channel, 2001. 120

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DIAMOND Career: Singer, musician, composer, and actor. Bang Records, recording artist, 1965–68, then Uni Records, 1968–73, then Columbia Records, 1973—.

Television Appearances; Movies: Mr. Jay the Weatherman, Found Money (also known as My Secret Angel), NBC, 1983. Al Davis, Monday Night Mayhem, TNT, 2002. Carlos, Recipe for Disaster, Comedy Central, 2002.

Awards, Honors: Grammy Award nomination, outstanding pop vocal—male, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 1971, for ⬙I Am, I Said⬙; Grammy Award nomination (with others), record of the year, 1972, for ⬙Song Sung Blue⬙; Grammy Award nomination (with others), album of the year, 1972, for Moods; Grammy Award, outstanding original score— motion picture or a television special, 1973, Golden Globe Award, best original film score, 1974, both for Jonathon Livingston Seagull; Emmy Award nomination (with others), outstanding special—variety or music, 1977, for The Neil Diamond Special; Emmy Award nomination (with others), outstanding special–comedy– variety or music, 1978, for Neil Diamond: I’m Glad You’re Here with Me Tonight; Grammy Award nomination (with others), song of the year, 1978, for ⬙You Don’t Bring Me Flowers⬙; Grammy Award nominations (with others), record of the year and outstanding pop vocal— duo, group, or chorus, 1979, both for ⬙You Don’t Bring Me Flowers⬙; Grammy Award nomination (with others), best original score—motion picture or a television special, Golden Globe Award nominations (with others), best original song—motion picture and best motion picture actor—musical/comedy, 1981, all for The Jazz Singer; American Music Award, special award of merit, 1990; ASCAP Award, most featured film standards, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, 1991, for The Jazz Singer; New York University, honorary degree, 1995.

Television Appearances; Specials: The waiter, Big Blonde (also known as Dorothy Parker’s Big Blond), PBS, 1980. Wilson, O’Malley, NBC, 1980. Dad, Santa and Son, NBC, 1982. Carl, The Family Dog, PBS, 1999. Television Appearances; Episodic: Melendez, ⬙Pride and Joy,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1993. Customs Agent Tom Macetti, U.S. Customs Classified, syndicated, 1995. The hit man, ⬙Who Killed Superman?,⬙ Unsolved Mysteries, NBC, 1995. Detective Baines, America’s Most Wanted, Fox, 1995. Uniform policeman, ⬙Divorced,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1998. FBI man Ⲇ1, ⬙The Nutty Deputy Mayor,⬙ Spin City, ABC, 1999. Trooper Adams, ⬙The Baby Killers,⬙ Arrest & Trial, syndicated, 2000. Mobster Borelli, ⬙Red Herring,⬙ Deadline, NBC, 2001. Detective Nelson, ⬙The Janet Wong Story,⬙ Unsolved Mysteries, Lifetime, 2002. The business man, ⬙Equal Rights,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 2002. Jerry, ⬙Trust,⬙ Ed, NBC, 2002. Bar patron, ⬙Third Strike,⬙ Hack, CBS, 2003. Judge Franklin, One Life to Live, ABC, 2003. Lab tech Marcucci, ⬙Dominance,⬙ Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: S.V.U.), NBC and USA Network, 2003. Justice of the peace, One Life to Live, ABC, 2003.

CREDITS Film Appearances: The Last Waltz, 1978. Yussel Rabinowitz, The Jazz Singer, 1980. Himself, Neil Diamond: Greatest Hits Live, 1988. Himself, Grammy’s Greatest Moments Volume I, 1994. Himself, Neil Diamond: Under a Tennessee Moon, 1996. Himself, Saving Silverman (also known as Evil Woman and Evil Women), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2001.

DIAMOND, Neil 1941– PERSONAL Full name, Neil Leslie Diamond; born January 24, 1941, in Brooklyn, NY; married Jaye Posner (divorced, 1967); married Marcia Murphey, 1969 (divorced March, 1995); children: (first marriage) Marjorie, Elyn; (second marriage) Jesse, Micah. Education: Attended New York University.

Television Appearances; Specials: The Neil Diamond Special, NBC, 1977. The Neil Diamond Special: I’m Glad You’re Here with Me Tonight, NBC, 1977. The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1985. An All–Star Celebration Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr., NBC, 1986. Liberty Weekend, ABC, 1986. Neil Diamond ... Hello Again, CBS, 1986. Welcome Home, HBO, 1987.

Addresses: Contact—c/o 10345 West Olympic Blvd., Ⲇ200, Los Angeles, CA 90064–2548; c/o Friends of Neil Diamond, P.O. Box 3357, Hollywood, CA 90028. 121

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Neil Diamond’s Greatest Hits–Live, HBO, 1988. American Bandstand 40th Anniversary Special, ABC, 1992. Christmas in Washington, NBC, 1992. Neil Diamond’s Christmas Special, HBO, 1992. Neil Diamond: The Christmas Story, ABC, 1993. Opryland’s Country Christmas, CBS, 1994. Sinatra Duets, CBS, 1994. American Bandstand’s Teen Idol, 1994. Neil Diamond ... Under a Tennessee Moon, ABC, 1996. Neil Diamond: The Making of ⬙The Movie Album,⬙ AMC, 1998. ABC 2000, ABC, 1999. Neil Diamond Live by Request, Arts and Entertainment, 2001. Himself, Reel Comedy: Saving Silverman, 2001.

Touching You, Touching Me, MCA, 1970. Tap Root Manuscript, MCA, 1970. Shilo, Bang, 1970. Neil Diamond, MFP, 1970. Stones, MCA, 1971. Do It!, Bang, 1971. Neil Diamond Gold, MCA, 1971. Moods, MCA, 1972. Hot August Night, MCA, 1972. Jonathon Livingston Seagull, Columbia, 1973. Rainbow, MCA, 1973. Double Gold, Bang, 1973. Gold, Universal City, 1973. His Twelve Greatest Hits, MCA, 1974. Serenade, Columbia, 1974. Focus on Neil Diamond, London, 1975. And the Singer Sings His Songs, MCA, 1976. Beautiful Noise, Columbia, 1976. Love at The Greek, Columbia, 1976. I’m Glad You’re Here with Me Tonight, Columbia, 1977. You Don’t Bring Me Flowers, Columbia, 1978. Early Classics, Frog King, 1978. 20 Golden Greats, EMI, 1978. Carmelita’s Eyes, CBS, 1978. September Morn, Columbia, 1980. The Jazz Singer, Capitol, 1980. Diamonds, MCA, 1981. Solitary Man, Hallmark, 1981. Love Songs, MCA, 1981. On the Way to the Sky, Columbia, 1981. Best of Neil Diamond, World, 1981. Song Sung Blue, MFP, 1982. Live Diamond, MCA, 1982. Heartlight, Columbia, 1982. Twelve Greatest Hits, Vol. 2, Columbia, 1982. Very Best of Neil Diamond, Vols. 1 & 2, K–Tel, 1983. Greatest Hits, CBS, 1983. Stones/Moods, MCS, 1983. Classics: The Early Years, Columbia, 1983. Love Songs: Gold, MCA, 1984. Primitive, Columbia, 1984. Hot August Night II, Columbia, 1986. Headed for the Future, Columbia, 1986. Red Red Wine, Pickwick, 1988. The Best Years of Our Lives, Columbia, 1988. Lovescape, Columbia, 1991. The Christmas Album, Columbia, 1992. Up on the Roof–Songs from the Brill Building, Columbia, 1993. Live in America, Columbia, 1994. The Christmas Album, Volume II, Columbia, 1994. I Knew Love, Ariola Express, 1996. Tennessee Moon, Columbia, 1996. In My Lifetime, 1996. Live in Concert, Reader’s Digest, 1997. The Movie Album–As Times Goes By, Sony, 1998.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 49th Annual Academy Awards, 1977. The 21st Annual Grammy Awards, 1979. The 17th Annual American Music Awards, 1990. The 23rd Annual American Music Awards, ABC, 1996. The 42nd Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 2000. Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙The Many Deaths of Saint Christopher,⬙ Mannix, 1967. (Uncredited) Himself, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 2002. Himself, V Graham Norton, Channel 4, 2002. Himself, Top of the Pops 2, 2003. Also appeared as himself, The Music Scene. Television Work; Specials: Executive producer, Neil Diamond: The Christmas Special, HBO, 1992. Executive producer, Neil Diamond: The Christmas Special, ABC, 1993. Television Song Performer; Pilots: (Theme song only) Chris and the Magical Drip, syndicated, 1981. Stage Appearances: (Broadway debut) Neil Diamond One Man Show, Winter Garden Theatre, 1972–1973. RECORDINGS Albums: The Feel of Neil Diamond, Bang, 1966. Just for You, Bang, 1967. Neil Diamond’s Greatest Hits, Bang, 1968. Velvet Gloves and Spit, MCA, 1968. Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show/Sweet Caroline, MCA/UNI, 1969. 122

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DIESEL Contemporary Musicians, Volume 1, Gale Research, 1989. Grossman, Alan, Bill Truman, and Roy Oki Yamanaka, Diamond, A Biography, Contemporary Books, 1987. Harvey, Diana Karanikas and Jackson Harvey, Neil Diamond, MetroBooks, 1996. Wiseman, Rich, Neil Diamond, Solitary Star, Dodd, Mead & Co., 1987.

Recorded Voices of Vista: Show Ⲇ200, Nola. Videos: Neil Diamond Open–End Interview, Uni, 1971. Love at The Greek, Vestron, 1977. Greatest Hits Live, CBS, 1988.

Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, February 9, 1996, p. 26. Interview, January, 1994, p. 30. New York Times, July 20, 1986. People Weekly, April 29, 1996, p. 124.

WRITINGS Film Scores: Jonathon Livington Seagull, Paramount, 1973. The Jazz Singer, 1980.

DIESEL, Vin 1967–

Film Songs: Every Which Way But Loose, Warner Bros., 1978. Something Wild, Orion, 1986. Arthur 2 on the Rocks, Warner Bros., 1988. Theme music, Switching Channels, 1988.

PERSONAL Original name, Mark Vincent; born July 18, 1967, in New York, NY; son of Delora (an astrologer and psychiatrist) and stepson of Irving (a theatre manager and acting instructor); twin brother of Paul Vincent (a film editor). Education: Studied acting at the Theater for the New City, New York City; studied English at Hunter College for three years.

Many of Diamond’s songs, including ⬙Holly Holy,⬙ ⬙I’m a Believer,⬙ and ⬙Sweet Caroline,⬙ have been featured in numerous films, including Shrek, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, EdTV, and Something Wild. Stage Music: (With others) Dancin’, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1978–1980 then U.S., Canadian, and European cities, 1980–1984.

Addresses: Office—c/o One Race Productions, 2029 Century Park East, Ⲇ1060, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Agent—Endeavor, 9701 Wilshire Blvd., 10th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—The Firm, 9465 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 600, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist—PMK/HBH, 8500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700, Beverly Hills, CA 90211; PMK/HBH, 650 Fifth Ave., 33rd Floor, New York, NY 10019.

Television Songs; Specials: Neil Diamond ... Hello Again, CBS, 1986. The Temptations and Four Tops, Showtime, 1986. Neil Diamond’s Greatest Hits–Live, HBO, 1988. Neil Diamond’s Christmas Special, HBO, 1992. Neil Diamond: The Christmas Story, ABC, 1993. The 1994 Billboard Music Awards, 1994. Neil Diamond ... Under a Tennessee Moon, ABC, 1996. Neil Diamond: The Making of ⬙The Movie Album,⬙ AMC, 1998.

Career: Actor, director, producer, and screenwriter. One Race Productions, founder; appeared in print ad for Timex, 1999–2000; previously worked as a bouncer at clubs in New York City and as a telemarketer. Awards, Honors: Grand Jury Prize Award nomination, dramatic, Sundance Film Festival, 1997, for Strays; Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by a cast, 1999, for Saving Private Ryan; MTV Movie Award (with Paul Walker), best on–screen team, and MTV Movie Award nomination, best male performance, 2002, for The Fast and the Furious; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite actor—horror (Internet only), 2001, for Pitch Black; MTV Movie Award nomination, best male performance, 2003, for XXX.

Songbooks: Deluxe Book of Songs, G. Hansen Publishing, 1970. The Neil Diamond Songbook, Putnam Publishing Group, 1982. OTHER SOURCES Books: Baker’s Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, Schirmer, 2001. 123

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Also appeared as himself, Cribs, MTV; himself, The Roseanne Show; himself, The Martin Short Show; himself, Late Night with Conan O’Brien; himself, Movie House.

Film Appearances: Mike, Multi–Facial (short film), 1994. Rick, Strays, 1997. Private Caparzo, Saving Private Ryan, DreamWorks, 1998. Himself, Into the Breach: ⬙Saving Private Ryan,⬙ 1998. Voice of title role, The Iron Giant (animated), Warner Bros., 1999. Richard B. Riddick, Pitch Black, USA Films, 1999. Chris Varick, Boiler Room, New Line Cinema, 1999. Dominic Toretto, The Fast and the Furious, MCA/ Universal, 2001. Taylor Reese, Knockaround Guys, New Line Cinema, 2001. Xander Cage, XXX (also known as Triple X), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2002. Sean Vetter, A Man Apart, New Line Cinema, 2003. Himself, XXX: A Filmmakers Diary, Columbia, 2003.

WRITINGS Screenplays: Multi–Facial (short film), 1994. Strays, 1997.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Black Biography, Volume 29, Gale Group, 2001. Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, August 2, 2002, p. 24. Hollywood Reporter, June 22, 1998, p. 8; March 24, 1999, p.4. Interview, February, 1999, p. 40. Newsweek, July 9, 2001, p. 57. People Weekly, August 19, 2002, p. 87. Time, August 5, 2002, p. 61. Variety, October 21, 2002, p. 88.

Film Work: Producer and director, Multi–Facial (short film), 1994. Director, producer, and executive producer, Strays, 1997. Director, Short Diversity 5, Warner Home Video, 2000. Executive producer, XXX (also known as Triple X), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2002. Executive producer, A Man Apart, New Line Cinema, 2003. Television Appearances; Specials: Himself and host, The Making of ⬙The Iron Giant,⬙ The WB, 1999. Himself, 2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, Fox, 2000. Riddick, Into Pitch Black, Sci–Fi Channel, 2000. Himself, Young Hollywood Awards, 2001. Presenter, World Stunt Awards, ABC, 2001. The Fast and the Furious Movie Special, Black Entertainment Television, 2001. VH1 Big in 2002 Awards, VH1, 2002. Presenter, 2002 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 2002. Presenter, The 3rd Annual Taurus World Stunt Awards, USA Network, 2003. The 34th NAACP Image Awards, Fox, 2003.

DILLON, Denny 1951– PERSONAL Born May 18, 1951, in Cleveland, OH. Education: Graduated from Syracuse University. Addresses: Agent—Silver, Massetti & Szatmary, 8730 West Sunset Blvd., Suite 440, West Hollywood, CA 90069; International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Ⲇ219, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Contact—c/o 350 West 57th St., Ⲇ16A, New York, NY 10019. Career: Actress. Actors Theatre of Louisville, Louisville, KY, company member, 1977–78.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, The Panel, Ten Network, 2000. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, 2001, 2002. Himself, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, CBS, 2001, 2002. Himself, RI:SE, 2002. Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 2003.

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DILLON Verna Klump, House IV: Home Deadly Home (also known as House IV and House IV: The Repossession), New Line Home Video, 1992. Sunray Tours travel agent, Only You, Live Home Video, 1992. Shelli Summers, Life on the Edge, Festival Film, 1992. Sylvia Walsh, Garmento, 2002. Voice of Glypto, Ice Age (animated), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2002.

Television Appearances; Series: Herself, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC’s Saturday Night, SNL, Saturday Night Live 80, and Saturday Night), NBC, 1980–1981. Meg Bando, Women in Prison, Fox, 1987. Judy, Dr. Science, 1987. Toby Pedalbee, Dream On, HBO, 1990–1996 Fox, 1995.

Stage Appearances: (Broadway debut) Agnes, Gypsy, Broadway production, New York City, 1974. Mammoth and Monkey Man, The Skin of Our Teeth, Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, 1975. Scapino!, Studio Arena Theatre, Buffalo, NY, 1975–1976. Sylvie Gazel, Harold and Maude, Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1980. Servant of Two Masters, Philadelphia Drama Guild, Philadelphia, PA, 1981–1982. Mickey, My One and Only, St. James Theatre, New York City, 1983–1984. The Imaginary Invalid, Hartman Theatre, Stamford, CT, 1985–1986. Detective, Clue: The Musical, Players Theatre, New York City, 1997. Mrs. Walker, Once in a Lifetime, Adams Memorial Theater, Williamstown, MA, 2002. Costanz, Enchanted April, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 2003.

Television Appearances; Movies: Title role, Roseanne: An Unauthorized Biography, Fox, 1994. Goosed, The Movie Channel, 1999. Voice of Crabby Mom, Baby Huey’s Great Easter Adventure (animated), UPN, 2000. Television Appearances; Specials: Roseanne, AFI Presents ⬙TV or Not TV?,⬙ NBC, 1990. Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards Presented by Footlocker, 1993. Reba!, NBC, 1994. The 16th Annual CableACE Awards, 1995. Weinerville Chanukah Special, Nickelodeon, 1995. Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary Primetime Special, NBC, 1999. Television Appearances; Episodic: Fluffy, ⬙Trust Fund Pirates,⬙ Miami Vice, 1986. Corky, the cashier, ⬙The Last Dance,⬙ Fame, 1986. Corky, the cashier, ⬙Reggie and Rose,⬙ Fame, 1987. Rhoda Wasserman, ⬙Educating Rhoda,⬙ Night Court, NBC, 1989. Big Edie, ⬙The Wilderness Experience,⬙ Designing Women, CBS, 1989. Rhoda Wasserman, ⬙Blue Suede Bull,⬙ Night Court, NBC, 1990. Sheila Marie, ⬙Most Likely to Succeed,⬙ Babes, 1991. Voice of Jessy, ⬙Catch Scratch Fever,⬙ Batman: The Animated Series (animated), 1992. Mrs. Perkins, ⬙The Operation,⬙ The Crew, Fox, 1995. Leslie Ann, ⬙Overdrive,⬙ Nash Bridges, CBS, 1998.

Also appeared as Arlie, Getting Out, Actors Theatre of Louisville, KY; Mistress Quickly, Henry IV, American National Theatre, Kennedy Center; in Stand–Up Confessions of a Not–So–Dumb Blond (one–woman show), Bay Street Theatre, Sag Harbor, NY, and Center Stage, Baltimore, MD. Major Tours: Agnes, Gypsy, U.S. and Canadian cities, 1974–1975. WRITINGS

Also appeared in Hot Hero Sandwich, NBC; Women Aloud, Comedy Central.

One–Woman Stage Show: Wrote Stand–Up Confessions of a Not–So–Dumb Blond.

Film Appearances: Doreen, Saturday Night Fever, Paramount, 1977. Young woman, Author! Author!, CBS/Fox Video, 1982. Nurse, Grace Quigley (also known as The Ultimate Solution of Grace Quigley), Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer Home Video, 1984. Elaine, Garbo Talks, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1984. Aunt Gail, Seven Minutes in Heaven (also known as Deslices de joventud) Warner Bros., 1985.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Hollywood Reporter, August 30, 1995, p. S6. People Weekly, November 24, 1997, p. 58. 125

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DIOL, Susan 1964– PERSONAL Full name, Susan Vanita Diol; born May 25, 1964, in Marquette, MI; raised in Columbus, OH; married Shaun Cassidy (an actor, producer, and director), May 7, 1995; children: Juliet Jones Diol Cassidy; (stepchildren) Caitlin, Jake. Education: Graduated from Otterbein University. Career: Actress. CREDITS Film Appearances: I Love N.Y., 1987. Television Appearances; Series: Claudia Garrison, Hothouse, ABC, 1988. Emmy Borden, Days of Our Lives (also known as Cruise of Deception: Days of Our Lives, DOOL, and Days), NBC, 1990–1991. Angela Holliday, One Life to Live, ABC, 1993–1994. Alexis Davis Ⲇ2, General Hospital, ABC, 2001–2002. Lady Ashton, General Hospital, ABC, 2002. Television Appearances; Movies: The blonde, Popeye Doyle, CBS, 1986. Lieutenant Johanson, The Road Raiders, CBS, 1989. Ada Raymond, Seduction: Three Tales from the ⬙Inner Sanctum,⬙ ABC, 1992. Ivy West, A Perry Mason Mystery: The Case of the Jealous Jokester, NBC, 1995. Jean, Her Deadly Rival, CBS, 1995. Alien Nation: Millennium, Fox, 1996. Television Appearances; Pilots: Claudia, Hothouse, 1988. Samantha, Touch ’Em All McCall, NBC, 2003. Television Appearances; Episodic: Cheryl, ⬙The Shower,⬙ The Cosby Show, NBC, 1987. Cheryl, ⬙Home for the Weekend,⬙ The Cosby Show, NBC, 1988. Miss Sanders, ⬙Carol Meets the Real World,⬙ Growing Pains, ABC, 1989. Kate Jarvis, ⬙Old Friends,⬙ Baywatch, syndicated, 1990. Beth Calavicci, ⬙M.I.A.—April 1, 1969,⬙ Quantum Leap, NBC, 1990. Donna, ⬙Family Affair: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Night Court, NBC, 1990. Donna Montaine, ⬙Married to the Mob,⬙ Going Places, 1990.

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DOE Boyd, The Rage: Carrie 2, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1999. Bill Marano, Brokedown Palace, Twentieth Century– Fox, 1999. Drowning on Dry Land, Ardustry Home Entertainment LLC, 1999. Eight, The Specials, Regent Entertainment, 2000. Lucky 13, Phaedra Cinema, 2000. Ray Vale, Gypsy 83, 2001. Jake Stabler, Jon Good’s Wife (also known as The Red Right Hand), 2001. Mr. Worther, The Good Girl, Fox Searchlight Pictures, 2002. The record store clerk, Bug, Curb Entertainment, 2002. Chief Macintyre, Pledge of Allegiance, 2002. Herb, The Employee of the Month, 2002. Himself, Media Whore, 2002. Himself, Mayor of Sunset Strip, 2003. Himself, The Making of ⬙Invasion of the Freedom Snatchers,⬙ 2003.

DOE, John 1954– PERSONAL Original name, John N. Duchac; born February 25, 1954, in Decatur, IL; married Exene Cervenka (a musician and lead singer of the band X; divorced); married Gigi Blair, 1987. Addresses: Contact—P.O. Box 1732, Frazier Park, CA 93225. Career: Actor and musician. Cofounder and member of X (a punk rock band). CREDITS Film Appearances: (With X) Urgh! A Music War, Lorimar, 1981. (With X) The Decline of Western Civilization, 1981. Himself, The Unheard Music (also known as X: The Unheard Music), 1986. Roberto, restaurant owner, Salvador, Hemdale Film Corporation, 1986. Drunk at club, 3:15 (also known as 3:15 a Time to Die and 3:15 the Moment of Truth), 1986. Gilbert, Slamdance (also known as Slam Dance), Island, 1987. Dean, Border Radio, Pacific Arts, 1987. Pat McGurn, Road House, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/ United Artists, 1989. J. W. Brown, Great Balls of Fire!, Orion, 1989. Himself, Without You I’m Nothing, M.C.E.G., 1990. Peter Downs, A Matter of Degrees, Prism Entertainment, 1990. Cab driver, Liquid Dreams, Academy Entertainment, 1992. Joe Mosely, Roadside Prophets, Fine Line, 1992. Earl Blackstock, Pure Country, Warner Bros., 1992. Tommy Behind–the–Deuce, Wyatt Earp, Warner Bros., 1994. Bobby, Georgia, Miramax, 1995. Cop, Scorpion Spring, New Line Home Video, 1997. Mouse, The Price of Kissing, 1997. Thomas, Amber Waves’ ex–husband, Boogie Nights, New Line Cinema, 1997. Bodigillo, Black Circle Boys, A–Pix Entertainment, 1997. Elwin Worrel, Touch, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1997. Lew, The Last Time I Committed Suicide, New City Releasing, 1997. Welder, Odd Man, 1998. Shakin’ Rex, Lone Greasers, 1998. Carl Lewis, Sugar Town (also known as Forces of Nature), DreamWorks, 1999.

Television Appearances; Series: Jeffrey ⬙Jeff⬙ Parker, Roswell (also known as Roswell High), The WB, 1999–2002. Television Appearances; Movies: Lucky, Shake, Rattle, and Rock!, Showtime, 1994. Sammy, Vanishing Point, Fox, 1997. Joe Maphis, Get to the Heart: The Barbara Mandrell Story, CBS, 1997. Harlan James, Black Cat Run, HBO, 1998. Bus station clerk, The Pass (also known as Highway Hitcher), Showtime, 1998. Professor Ballard, Knocking on Death’s Door, Showtime, 1999. Teacher, Wildflowers, Romance Classics, 1999. Television Appearances; Pilots: Jeffrey ⬙Jeff⬙ Parker, Roswell, The WB, 1999. Lieutenant Wolfe, The Strip, UPN, 2000. Television Appearances; Specials: Himself, 25 Years of Punk, VH1, 2001. Crossover, Independent Film Channel, 2001. Television Appearances; Episodic: The History of Rock ’n Roll, syndicated, 1995. Carter, ⬙A Little Faith,⬙ Party of Five, Fox, 1996. Alan Pender, ⬙The Friendly Skies,⬙ Martial Law, 1999. Jimmy Walsh, ⬙Veronica’s Desk Job,⬙ Veronica’s Closet, NBC, 1999. Carter’s doctor, ⬙Homecoming,⬙ ER, NBC, 2000. Also appeared in Fastlane, Fox. 127

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 Avocational Interests: Promoting literacy and mentoring, studying music, playing the trumpet.

RECORDINGS Albums; with X: Los Angeles, 1980. Wild Gift, 1981. Under the Big Black Sun, 1982. More Fun in the New World, 1983. Ain’t Love Grand!, 1985. See How We Are, 1987. Live at the Whisky a Go–Go, 1988. Hey Zeus, 1993. Unclogged, 1995. Beyond & Back: The X Anthology, 1997.

Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor, producer, director, and writer. Began as stand–up comedian at age 17, appearing at the Apollo Theater, the Comic Strip, and other venues across the United States; Horace E. Greene Day Care Center, Brooklyn, NY, volunteer counselor; previously worked as a security guard at NBC. Member: Screen Actors Guild.

Albums; as a Solo Artist: Meet John Doe, Geffen, 1990. Kissingsohard, Forward/Rhino, 1995. For the Rest of Us (EP), Kill Rock Stars, 1998.

Awards, Honors: Independent Spirit Award nomination, best male lead, 1992, for Hangin’ with the Homeboys; Young Artist Award nomination, best youth comedian, 1994, for Where I Live; Image Award nominations, outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series, 1998, 1999, 2000, all for Cosby.

Soundtracks: Roadside Prophets, 1992. Georgia, 1996.

CREDITS

Also appeared on Touch; The X–Files.

Film Appearances: (As Douglas Bourne) Jimmy the busboy, Mo’ Better Blues, 1989. Friend of Livin’ Large, Jungle Fever, Universal, 1991. Willie Stevens, Hangin’ with the Homeboys, New Line Cinema, 1991. Trotter, Dr. Giggles, Universal, 1992. Popsicle, Class Act, Warner Bros., 1992. Sanka Coffie, Cool Runnings, Buena Vista, 1993. Henry ⬙H. A.⬙ Ashford, Operation Dumbo Drop (also known as Dumbo Drop), Buena Vista, 1995. Zeke Kelso, That Darn Cat, Buena Vista, 1997 of Turbo the Turtle, Rusty: A Dog’s Tale (also known as Rusty: The Great Rescue), 1997. Taxi driver, Everything’s Jake, 1999. Title role, Citizen James, 2000. Harlan Griffith, Eight Legged Freaks, Warner Bros., 2002.

Music Videos: Appeared in ⬙L.A. Woman,⬙ 1985. WRITINGS Film Songs: Roadside Prophets, Fine Line, 1992. Doe’s songs have been featured in numerous films, including The Decline of Western Civilization, The Unheard Music, A Matter of Degrees, Thelma & Louise, SubUrbia, Touch, and Boys Don’t Cry. Television Songs; Movies: Vanishing Points, Fox, 1997. OTHER SOURCES

Film Work: Producer and director, Citizen James, 2000.

Periodicals: Billboard, July 8, 1995, p. 11.

Television Appearances; Series: Douglas St. Martin, Where I Live, ABC, 1993. Griffen Vesey, a recurring role, Cosby, CBS, 1996–2000.

DOUG, Doug E. 1970– (Douglas Bourne)

Also appeared as host, The New Music Report; host, Rock of Ages, VH1.

PERSONAL Original name, Douglas Bourne; born January 7, 1970, in Brooklyn, NY. Education: Studied journalism and communications for three years at St. Johns University.

Television Appearances; Specials: Host, The Making of Operation Dumbo Drop, The Disney Channel, 1995. 128

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DOW 1950. Education: Cornell University, degree in drama, 1935. Religion: Roman Catholic.

Night of About 14 CBS Stars, Comedy Central, 1996. Host, Caribbean Music Awards, syndicated, 1997. Host (Milwaukee), Safe Night USA, PBS and Black Entertainment Television, 1999. Reporter (New York City), The All–American Thanksgiving Parade, CBS, 1999. Presenter, The 30th NAACP Image Awards, Fox, 1999. Voice, The Snow Queen: An Animated Special from the ⬙Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child⬙ Series, HBO, 2000.

Addresses: Agent—GVA Talent Agency, 9229 Sunset Blvd., Suite 320, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actress. Taught drama and dance for 30 years; appeared in television commercial for Double Delight Oreo cookies, 2002.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, ⬙Must Kill TV,⬙ Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1997. Guest, Late Show with David Letterman, 1997. Hollywood Squares, 1998. Himself, The Martin Short Show, syndicated, 1999. General Dread, ⬙My Spy,⬙ Cosby, CBS, 1999. Voice of Percy Mulch, ⬙The Zoo/My Pet Elephant,⬙ Little Bill (animated), Nickelodeon, 2000. Ronnie, ⬙Monica’s Bad Day,⬙ Touched by an Angel, CBS, 2000. Voice of Percy Mulch, ⬙Elephant on the Loose/If a Bird Rings, Answer It,⬙ Little Bill (animated), Nickelodeon, 2000. Voice of Percy Mulch, ⬙Wabbit Worries/Wabbit Babies,⬙ Little Bill (animated), 2002.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Allison, American Drive–In, 1985. Old lady, Tough Guys, Buena Vista, 1986. Organist, Walk Like a Man, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/ United Artists, 1987. Little old lady, Munchies, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/ United Artists, 1987. Organist, Body Slam, New Line Home Video, 1987. Nun, My Blue Heaven, Warner Bros., 1990. Receptionist, Genuine Risk, IRS Entertainment, 1990. Old lady, Blood and Concrete (also known as Blood and Concrete, a Love Story), IRS Releasing, 1991. Mrs. Coulson, Memoirs of an Invisible Man (also known as Les aventures d’un homme invisible), Warner Bros., 1992. Choir nun, Sister Act, Buena Vista, 1992. Choir nun, Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit, Buena Vista, 1993. Mrs. Norton, Twogether, 1994. Organist (radio performer), Radioland Murders, Universal, 1994. Rosie, The Wedding Singer, New Line Cinema, 1998. Disco Dottie, 54 (also known as Studio 54), Miramax, 1998. Aggie Kennedy, Patch Adams, Universal, 1998. Mrs. Meltzer, Carnival of Souls (also known as Wes Craven Presents ⬙Carnival of Souls⬙), Trimark Pictures, 1998. Mrs. MacKenzie, Ready to Rumble, Warner Bros., 2000. Barry’s grandma, Road Trip, DreamWorks, 2000. (As Ellen Dow) Mrs. Fleisher, Longshot (also known as Jack of All Trades), 2001. (As Ellen Albertini–Dow) Voice of See’s Candies Box, Eight Crazy Nights (also known as Adam Sandler’s 8 Crazy Nights), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2002. Mrs. Kahn, Halfway Decent, 2003.

Television Work; Series: Coproducer, Where I Live, ABC, 1993. WRITINGS Television Series: Wrote for The New Music Report. Screenplays: Citizen James, 2000. Other: Contributor to Spin. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: NEA Today, November, 1998, p. 46.

DOW, Ellen Albertini 1918– (Ellen Albertini–Dow, Ellen Dow) PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Series: (As Ellen Dow) Ethel Quagmire, Kenan & Kel, Nickelodeon, 1996–1997. Grandma Harriet Krupp, Maybe It’s Me, The WB, 2001.

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Television Appearances; Movies: Grandma Haldane, Going to the Chapel (also known as Wedding Day and Wedding Day Blues), NBC, 1988. Nanny, Easy Come, Easy Go, ABC, 1989. Lydia, Things That Go Bump in the Night, ABC, 1989. Lila Duvane, Problem Child 3 (also known as Problem Child 3: Junior in Love), NBC, 1995. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Esther Kettering, Murder One: Diary of a Serial Killer, ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Pilots: Mrs. Pitman, K–9, ABC, 1991. Television Appearances; Episodic: Mrs. Hotchkiss, ⬙Need to Know,⬙ The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1986. Old lady, ⬙Grandma,⬙ Mr. Belvedere, 1986. Old woman, ⬙The Storyteller,⬙ The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1986. Lady, ⬙A Mother and a Daughter,⬙ Highway to Heaven, 1987. (As Ellen Dow) Anna Lausch, ⬙Nor Iron Bars a Cage,⬙ Beauty and the Beast, 1987. Mrs. Baer, ⬙Los dos dipestos,⬙ Moonlighting, 1988. ⬙The Trip: Part 1,⬙ Mr. Belvedere, 1988. Mrs. Leonard, ⬙The Days and Nights of Sophia Petrillo,⬙ The Golden Girls, CBS, 1988. ⬙In the Still of My Pants,⬙ Hooperman, 1989. Lillian, ⬙Sophia’s Choice,⬙ The Golden Girls, CBS, 1989. Dorothy Benson, ⬙Utley Exposed,⬙ Newhart, CBS, 1989. Dorothy Benson, ⬙Good Lord Louden,⬙ Newhart, 1989. Miss Gilbert, ⬙The Big Reunion,⬙ Family Matters, ABC, 1990. Aunt Belle, ⬙The Bitch’s Back,⬙ Murphy Brown, CBS, 1990. Tight Lips, ⬙Miss Trial,⬙ Designing Women, CBS, 1990. Mrs. Ferguson, ⬙Have Yourself a Merry Winslow Christmas,⬙ Family Matters, ABC, 1990. Sarah, ⬙Older and Wiser,⬙ The Golden Girls, NBC, 1991. Grandma, ⬙Dr. Ruth—April 25, 1985,⬙ Quantum Leap, NBC, 1992. Debbie, ⬙The Customer’s Usually Right,⬙ Wings, NBC, 1992. Mrs. Tambora, ⬙Kevin Delivers,⬙ The Wonder Years, 1992. The salesclerk, ⬙Damned If You Do,⬙ The Building, CBS, 1993. Elderly lady, ⬙Scenes from a Mall,⬙ Family Matters, ABC, 1993. Mrs. Ostendorf, ⬙That’s What Friends Are For,⬙ Family Matters, ABC, 1993. Old woman, ⬙Dirty Deeds,⬙ The John Larroquette Show, NBC, 1993.

Also appeared as the old woman, Down the Shore, Fox; second woman, Frannie’s Turn, CBS; Mrs. DiNovio, Cosby, CBS; Jennifer Simpson–Riley, Jack’s Place, ABC; Nurse, Clueless, UPN; Emily, Second Chances, CBS; Mrs. Gunther, The Boys Are Back, CBS; in Vibe. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, March 6, 1998, p. 79. 130

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DOWLING ⬙Netherlands,⬙ Touched by an Angel, CBS, 2001. ⬙Heebee Geebee’s,⬙ Dead Last, The WB, 2001. ⬙He Who Smelt It,⬙ Dead Last, The WB, 2001. ⬙To Live and Amulet Die,⬙ Dead Last, The WB, 2001. ⬙Tidal Wave,⬙ Judging Amy, CBS, 2002. ⬙Roses and Truth,⬙ Judging Amy, CBS, 2002. ⬙The Princeless Bride,⬙ Touched by an Angel, CBS, 2002. ⬙A Rock and a Hard Place,⬙ Touched by an Angel, CBS, 2002. ⬙Small Town Guys,⬙ Ed, NBC, 2002. ⬙Ends and Means,⬙ Ed, NBC, 2002. ⬙Ye Olde Freedom Inn,⬙ Judging Amy, CBS, 2003. ⬙Sticks and Stones,⬙ L.A. Dragnet (also known as Dragnet), ABC, 2003.

DOWLING, Kevin PERSONAL Born in Australia. Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Manager—Tavel Entertainment, 9171 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 406, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Director and producer. The Actor’s Ensemble, founding member and artistic director.

Also directed ⬙Under Noah’s Certain Terms,⬙ an unaired episode of That Was Then, ABC; ⬙Back in the Saddle Again,⬙ Gilmore Girls (also known as Gilmore Girls: Beginnings), The WB.

Awards, Honors: Sydney Film Festival Award, best feature, 1994, Best Film Award (with Geoff Burton), Cleveland International Film Festival, 1995, for The Sum of Us.

Stage Director: The Nerd, Helen Hayes Theatre, New York City, 1987. Moon for the Misbegotten, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, 1990. The Sum of Us, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1990–1991. Picnic, Williamstown Theatre Festival, 1991. Man in His Underwear, Playwrights Horizons, New York City, 1992. A Life in the Theatre, Jewish Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1992.

CREDITS Film Work: Co–executive producer and director, The Sum of Us, Samuel Goldywn Pictures, 1994. Executive producer and director, Mojave Moon, Trimark Pictures, 1996. Television Director; Movies: Last Rites, Starz!, 1998. Silk Hope, CBS, 1999. The Last Dance, CBS, 2000.

Also directed Anna Christie; This Is the Rill Speaking; Game Plan; A Child’s Piece.

Television Director; Episodic: ⬙Toothpick to the Heart,⬙ Vital Signs, ABC, 1997. ⬙Fear Itself,⬙ Vital Signs, ABC, 1997. ⬙The Flower King,⬙ Dellaventura, CBS, 1998. (With Rob Lagomarsino) ⬙Lives of Their Own,⬙ Four Corners, CBS, 1998. ⬙Fiesta,⬙ Four Corners, CBS, 1998. ⬙Obsession,⬙ Magnificent 7, CBS, 1999. ⬙Near Death Experience,⬙ Judging Amy, CBS, 1999. ⬙Wild Card,⬙ Early Edition, CBS, 1999. ⬙Gifted,⬙ Early Edition, CBS, 2000. ⬙Pretty Girls and Waffles,⬙ Ed, NBC, 2000. ⬙The God Thing,⬙ Judging Amy, CBS, 2000. ⬙You’re Not the Boss of Me,⬙ Judging Amy, CBS, 2000. ⬙Surprised by Gravity,⬙ Judging Amy, CBS, 2001. ⬙Exceptions,⬙ Ed, NBC, 2001. ⬙The Stars Align,⬙ Ed, NBC, 2001. ⬙Crazy Time,⬙ Ed, NBC, 2001. ⬙The D.C. Strangler,⬙ The District, CBS, 2001. ⬙Night Moves,⬙ The District, CBS, 2001. ⬙Melt Down,⬙ The District, CBS, 2001.

Stage Work; Other: Producer, True West, New York City, 1982–1984. Producer, The Nerd, Helen Hayes Theatre, New York City, 1987. General manger, Forbidden Broadway 1988/1989, Theater East, 1988–1989. OTHER SOURCES Electronic: Kevin Dowling Official Site, http://www.directorsnet. com/dowling/index.html, June 20, 2003.

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Film Cinematographer: Hai–t’an–shang–te Yi T’ien (also known as That Day, On the Beach), 1983. Lao niang gou sao (also known as Soul), 1986. Noir et blanc (also known as Black and White), Greycat Films, 1986. Sha shou hu die meng (also known as My Heart Is That Eternal Rose), 1987. Shou huang de nu ren (also known as Her Beautiful Life Lies, I Am Sorry, and I’m Sorry), 1988. As Tears Go By, 1989. A Fei jing juen (also known as Ah Fei’s Story, Days of Being Wild, A Fei zheng zhuan, A–Fei Tsing Chun, and The True Story of Ah Fei), In–Gear Films, 1991. Mungsing Sifan (also known as Awakening and Mary from Beijing), 1992. Anlian taohuayuan (also known as The Peach Blossom Land and Secret Love for the Peach Blossom Spring), 1992. Hong meigui, bai meigui (also known as Red Rose, White Rose), 1994. Feixia Ahda (also known as The Red Lotus Society), 1994. Dung che sai duk (also known as Ashes of Time and Dong xie xi du), 1994. Chongqing senlin (also known as Chungking Express and Hong Kong Express), Miramax, 1994. Wo de mei li yu ai chou (also known as The Peony Pavilion), 1995. Duo luo tian shi (also known as Fallen Angels and Duoluo tainshi), Kino International, 1995. Yang & Yin: Gender in Chinese Cinema, 1996. Si mian xia wa (also known as Four Faces of Eve and Sei min ha wa), Margin Films, 1996. Feng yue (also known as Temptress Moon), Miramax, 1996. Motel Seoninjang (also known as Motel Cactus), Fortissimo World Sales, 1997. First Love: A Litter on the Breeze (also known as Choh chin luen hau dik yi yan sai gaai, Chu chan lian hou de er ren shi jie, and First Love: The Litter on the Breeze), 1997. Cheun gwong tsa sit (also known as Happy, Chun guang zha xie, and Happy Together), Golden Harvest, 1997. Beijing Summer, 1998. Psycho, Universal, 1998. (As Chris Doyle) Liberty Heights, Warner Bros., 1999. San tiao ren (also known as Away with Words and Kujaku), 1999. Dut yeung nin wa (also known as In the Mood for Love and Hua yang nian hua), USA Films, 2000. Made, Artisan, 2001. Rabbit–Proof Fence, Miramax, 2002. ⬙Going Home,⬙ San geng (also known as Three), 2002.

PERSONAL Born 1952, in Sydney, Australia. Education: Studied Chinese art at the University of Maryland. Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Cinematographer, actor, and director. Was employed by the Norwegian Merchant Marine. Sometimes credited as Kefeng Du or Ho Fung To. Awards, Honors: Hong Kong Film Award, best cinematography, 1987, for Lao niang gou sao; Hong Kong Film Award nomination, best cinematography, 1990, for Shou huang de nu ren; Hong Kong Film Award, best cinematography, 1991, for A Fei jing juen; Hong Kong Film Award nomination (with Wai Keung Lau), best cinematography, 1995, for Chongqing senlin; Golden Horse Award, Golden Horse Film Festival, Golden Osella, Venice Film Festival, 1994, and Hong Kong Film Award, all best cinematography, 1995, for Dung che sai duk; Hong Kong Film Award, best cinematography, 1996, for Duo luo tian shi; Hong Kong Film Award nomination, best cinematography, 1997, for Feng yue; Golden Horse Award, best cinematography, 1997, Hong Kong Film Award nomination, best cinematography, 1998, both for Cheun gwong tsa sit; Excellence in Cinematography Award, Hawaii International Film Festival, 1999; Golden Horse Award (with Pin Bing Lee), best cinematography, 2000, New York Film Critics Circle Award (with Lee), best cinematographer, Hong Kong Film Award nomination (with Lee), best cinematography, Boston Society of Film Critics Second Place Award (with Lee), best cinematography, 2001, National Society of Film Critics Award (with Lee), best cinematography, Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination (with Lee), best cinematography, 2002, all for Dut yeung nin wa; Technical Grand Prize (with Lee and William Chang), Cannes Film Festival, 2000, for Dut yeung nin wa; Golden Frog Award nomination, Camerimage, and Australian Film Institute Award nomination, 2002, both for Rabbit–Proof Fence; Hong Kong Film Award, best cinematography, 2003, for Ying xiong; Golden Horse Award, best cinematography, Hong Kong Film Award nomination, best cinematography, 2003, both for ⬙Going Home,⬙ Sen geng; Hong Kong Film Award nomination, best visual effects, 2003, for Wu jian dao. 132

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DOYLE The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man–in–the–Moon Marigolds; Drama Desk Award nomination, outstanding featured actress (play), 2002, for Kilt.

(As Chris Doyle) The Quiet American (also known as Der Stille Amerikaner), Miramax, 2002. (As Chris Doyle) Ying xiong (also known as Hero), 2002, released in the United States by Miramax, 2003. Last Life in the Universe, 2003. 2046, Buena Vista, 2003. Green Tea, 2003.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Violet, Cannery Row (also known as John Steinbeck’s Cannery Row), 1982. Mrs. Laski, Brighton Beach Memoirs (also known as Neil Simon’s Brighton Beach Memoirs), Universal, 1986. Irena, Very Close Quarters, 1986. Mrs. Jacoby, Zwei Frauen (also known as Silence Like Glass), Moviestore Entertainment, 1989. Freida Bullard, The Feud, Castle Hill, 1989. Nurse, Brain Donors (also known as Lame Ducks), Paramount, 1992. Mrs. Platt, Body Snatchers, Warner Bros., 1993. Ex–landlord’s wife, Mighty Aphrodite, Miramax, 1995. Mrs. Ryan, No Looking Back, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998. Father Gladden’s fan, Celebrity, Miramax, 1998. Norma, Tea with Mussolini (also known as Un te con Mussolini), G2 Films, 1999. Voice of Big Ed’s PA, The Family Man, MCA/Universal, 2000. Katy, Sidewalks of New York, Paramount Classics, 2001. Mrs. Flanagan, Ash Wednesday, Focus Features, 2002.

Film Work; Other: Lighting, Anlian taohuayuan (also known as The Peach Blossom Land and Secret Love for the Peach Blossom Spring), 1992. Producer, Beijing Zazhong, 1993. (As Chris Doyle) Radio microphone technician, Jesus Christ Superstar: Special Collector’s Edition, 1994. Second unit cinematographer, Chinese Box, Trimark Pictures, 1997. Director, San tiao ren (also known as Away with Words and Kujaku), 1999. Visual consultant, Wu jian dao (also known as Infernal Affairs and Mo gan doh), 2002. Film Appearances: Jeremy, an English teacher, Tian mi mi (also known as Comrades: Almost a Love Story), Gordon’s Film Company, 1996. Sakkaa/Soccer, Andromedeia (also known as Andromedia), 1998, Psycho Path, Universal Studios Home Video, 1999. Himself, Orientations: Chris Doyle—Stirred But Not Shaken (also known as Chris Doyle: Orientations), 2000.

Television Appearances; Series: Charlene, One Life to Live, ABC, 2000.

WRITINGS

Television Appearances; Movies: Barbara, Transplant, CBS, 1979. Marvis, Portrait of a Rebel: Margaret Sanger, CBS, 1980. Woman in bar, One Special Victory, NBC, 1991. Grace Pound, Cagney & Lacey: True Convictions, CBS, 1996. Mrs. Presser, Montana (also known as Nothing Personal), HBO, 1998.

Screenplays: San tiao ren (also known as Away with Words and Kujaku), 1999. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Los Angeles Magazine, December, 1998, p. 40. New York Times, November 11, 1998, pp. 13, 27. Variety, February 10, 2003, p. 25.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Bridgit, Backstairs at the White House, NBC, 1979. Lucy Damson, Roots: The Next Generations, CBS, 1979. Television Appearances; Specials: Lena Truit, The Rimers of Eldritch, PBS, 1972. Herself, 2001 IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards, Independent Film Channel, 2001.

DOYLE, Kathleen PERSONAL Career: Actress.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Carol’s mother, Me and Ducky, NBC, 1979. Skag, NBC, 1980. Waitress, Adams Apple, CBS, 1986.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙Is There a Doctor in the House?,⬙ Eight Is Enough, ABC, 1977. Nurse, ⬙And Baby Makes Four: Part 2,⬙ Welcome Back, Kotter, ABC, 1977. Mrs. Carpenter, ⬙The Evans Get Involved: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Good Times, CBS, 1977. Millie, ⬙Final Judgment: Part 2,⬙ Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1978. Nurse Sally Marsden, ⬙The Enslaved,⬙ Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1979. Cop, ⬙Barney and the Hooker,⬙ Archie Bunker’s Place, CBS, 1979. Angela, ⬙Faith, Hope and Clarity: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Bret Maverick, NBC, 1982. Ellen, ⬙Seymourlama,⬙ Tales from the Darkside, syndicated, 1987. Club member Ⲇ4, ⬙Bookworm,⬙ The Cosby Show, 1988. ⬙Last Call,⬙ The Equalizer, 1988. ⬙The Gods Must Be Lawyers,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1991. Mattress Lady, ⬙Love Is Blonde,⬙ Murphy Brown, CBS, 1991. ⬙There’ll Be Some Changes Made,⬙ Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1992. Gloria Vanderhaus, ⬙The 1992 Boat Show,⬙ Night Court, NBC, 1992. Dorothy, ⬙Self Defense,⬙ The Cosby Mysteries, NBC, 1994. Cynthia, ⬙The Truth Is Out There,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 1997. Mrs. Dawkins, ⬙After Time,⬙ Third Watch, NBC, 2001. Nancy Dornan, ⬙The Pilgrim,⬙ Law & Order: Criminal Intent, NBC, 2002.

Theatre; as Mrs. Prentice, What the Butler Saw, Wilma Theatre, New York City; Yvonne, Indiscretions, Organic Touchstone Theatre, Chicago, IL. Appeared in productions at the Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles; Actors Theatre, Louisville, KY; and Folger Theatre, Washington, DC.

DOYLE, Richard (Richard Doyal) PERSONAL Children: one daughter. Addresses: Agent—Special Artist Agency, 345 North Maple Dr., Suite 302, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Contact—c/o 400 N. Hollywood Way, Unit 311, Burbank, CA 91505. Office—c/o South Coast Repertory, P.O. Box 2197, Costa Mesa, CA 92628–2197. Career: Actor. South Coast Repertory (a theatre company), founding member. Awards, Honors: Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award, distinguished achievement award, 1990, for Holy Days; Robby Award, best supporting actor, 1999, for On the Jump; Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award, for The Crucible; Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award nominations, for Intimate Exchanges. CREDITS

Also appeared as Ann, ⬙Number Eight,⬙ Tales of the Unexpected, syndicated and ITV; Abby, The Beat, UPN.

Film Appearances: Jim, Coma, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artist Distribution Company, 1978. Faculty member, Mass Appeal, MCA/Universal, 1984. Voice, Trick or Treat, De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1986. Air Force One backup pilot Colonel Bob Jackson, Air Force One (also known as AFO), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997.

Stage Appearances: One of the guards, courtier, and gentlewomen, Mary Stuart, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City, 1971. Lady in Olivia’s house, Twelfth Night, or What You Will, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, 1972. Mercy Lewis, The Crucible, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, 1972. A Little Madness, Provincetown Playhouse, 1983. Renee, The Odd Couple, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1985–1986. Understudy for the role of Bea, The Food Chain, Westside Theatre (Upstairs), New York City, 1995–1996. Avow, Century Center for the Performing Arts, New York City, 2000. Kilt, Theatre Three, New York City, 2002. Hattie, The Women of Lockerbie, Theatre at St. Clements, New York City, 2003.

Television Appearances; Series: Voice of Ford Carter and George W. Heinlein, The Chimp Channel, TBS, 1999. Television Appearances; Miniseries: AIA agent, Dress Gray, NBC, 1986. Television Appearances; Movies: Herb, Son–Rise: A Miracle of Love, NBC, 1979. The Women’s Room, ABC, 1980. Second police officer, Your Place or Mine, CBS, 1983.

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DOYLE Voice of Phineas Fogg, ⬙Around the World in 80 Narfs,⬙ Pinky and the Brain (animated; also known as Steven Spielberg Presents Pinky & the Brain), The WB, 1996. Voice of D. B. Graves, detective, and producer, ⬙Manhattan Maneater,⬙ The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest (animated), Cartoon Network and syndicated, 1996. Voice of Harry, ⬙Love Is a Croc,⬙ Batman: Gotham Knights (animated), The WB, 1998. Judge Warren Halperin, ⬙In Deep,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 1998. Judge Warren Halperin, ⬙Another Day,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 1998. Dr. Wolverton, ⬙Wild Child,⬙ The Pretender, NBC, 1999. Dr. Anderson, ⬙The Accident,⬙ The Lot, AMC, 2001. Voice of U.N. Assembly leader, ⬙The Enemy Below: Part 1,⬙ Justice League (animated), Cartoon Network, 2001. Voice of Dr. Louis, ⬙The Brave and the Bold: Part 1,⬙ Justice League (animated), Cartoon Network, 2002.

Television Appearances; Specials: Voice, The Wild West, syndicated, 1993. Voice, Russia’s Last Tsar, NBC, 1996. Narrator, Mysterious World: Mysteries of the Bible, The Learning Channel, 1998. The Lost World, Sci–Fi Channel, 1998. Voice, John Brown’s Holy War, PBS, 2000. Voice, Devil’s Island, The Discovery Channel, 2000. Host, Yellowstone: America’s Sacred Wilderness, PBS, 2001. Television Appearances; Episodic: Bruce, ⬙Class of ’99,⬙ Night Gallery, NBC, 1971. ⬙Murder for Murder,⬙ Cannon, CBS, 1973. M.P., ⬙Hawkeye Get Your Gun,⬙ M*A*S*H, CBS, 1976. Bartender, ⬙Last Mission over Sengai,⬙ Baa Baa Black Sheep, NBC, 1977. Ford, ⬙Girl on the Ledge,⬙ Future Cop, 1977. Paramedic, ⬙The Attractive Nuisance,⬙ The Rockford Files, NBC, 1978. Alan Simmons, ⬙Design for Madness,⬙ Barnaby Jones, 1979. Uri Yovanovitch, ⬙Just Another Three Ring Circus,⬙ The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1982. Priest, ⬙Ending on a High Note,⬙ Fame, NBC, 1983. ⬙Hello, Goodbye, Hello,⬙ Dallas, CBS, 1986. Man Ⲇ2, ⬙The Competition,⬙ Mr. Belvedere, ABC, 1987. (As Richard Doyal) ⬙Marsha’s Job,⬙ Mr. Belvedere, ABC, 1987. Walter Glendon, ⬙The Spin Doctor,⬙ Knots Landing, 1989. Mr. Gaines, Woody’s father, ⬙Golden Boyd,⬙ Cheers, NBC, 1989. Mr. Gaines, Woody’s father, ⬙The Gift of the Woody,⬙ Cheers, NBC, 1989. Mr. Gaines, Woody’s father, ⬙Woody or Won’t He,⬙ Cheers, NBC, 1990. Mr. Gaines, Woody’s father, ⬙Loverboyd,⬙ Cheers, NBC, 1990. Mr. Gaines, Woody’s father, ⬙No Rest for the Woody,⬙ Cheers, NBC, 1992. Mr. Gaines, Woody’s father, ⬙An Old–Fashioned Wedding: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Cheers, NBC, 1992. Mr. Gaines, Woody’s father, ⬙Ill–Gotten Gaines,⬙ Cheers, NBC, 1992. Mr. Gaines, Woody’s father, ⬙Rebecca Gaines, Rebecca Loses: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Cheers, NBC, 1993. Voice of Ernie, ⬙The Lion and the Unicorn,⬙ Batman: The Animated Series (animated), Fox, 1995. Paul Wilson, ⬙A Tushful of Dollars,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 1996. John Morris, ⬙Nothing Personal,⬙ Sisters, NBC, 1996.

Also appeared as narrator, The Living Edens; narrator, Impressions of California; Mr. Ranzer, ⬙Day 1329: Revenge,⬙ Good Company; voice, Sky Commanders, syndicated; Mr. Ranzer, Good Company, CBS; voice of Little Chip and Chippendale, ⬙A Room with No Viewfinder,⬙ Aaahh! Real Monsters (animated), Nickelodeon. Television Work; Series: Additional voices, The Legend of Calamity Jane, The WB, 1997. Stage Appearances: Roy Day, But Not For Me, South Coast Repertory, Costa Mesa, CA, 1998. The Philanderer, South Coast Repertory, 1999. Spirit of Christmas Past, A Christmas Carol, South Coast Repertory, 2000. Amy’s View, South Coast Repertory, 2000. The Hollow Lands, South Coast Repertory, 2000. Harry, Delicate Balance, South Coast Repertory, 2001. Spirit of Christmas Past, A Christmas Carol, South Coast Repertory, 2001. Sam, The Homecoming, South Coast Repertory, 2001. Friar Francis, Much Ado about Nothing, South Coast Repertory, 2001. Sam, The School of Wives, South Coast Repertory, 2001. Old Colin and others, The Beard of Avon, South Coast Repertory, 2001. Major Barbara, South Coast Repertory, 2002. Robert, Proof, South Coast Repertory, 2003. Philip, Relatively Speaking, Julianne Argyros, South Coast Repertory, 2003. Last Night of Ballyhoo, South Coast Repertory, 2003. Also appeared as Reverend Hale, The Crucible, Holy Days, and On the Jump, all South Coast Repertory. 135

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RECORDINGS Video Games: Voices of Moebius the Timestreamer, Nupraptor the Mentalist, and Anacrothe the Alchemist, Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain, 1996. Voices of Moebius and Morlock the Guardian, Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver, 1999. Voice of John Wilkes, Gabriel Knight: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned, Sierra OnLine, 1999. Voices of Bajoran Fanatic, Bajoran Officer Male, Obsidian Solider, and Rogon’Ogar, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine—The Fallen, 2000. Voices of Zera, Gonzola, and Village Chief, Grandia II, 2000. Voice of Moebius, Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver II (also known as The Legacy of Kain Series: Soul Reaver 2), 2001. Voices of Rebel Wingman 6 and Transport Captain 1, Star Wars Rogue Leader: Rogue Squadron 2 (also known as Rogue Leader and Star Wars: Rogue Squadron II), 2001. (As Richard Doyal) Voices of Pious Augustus, Paul Augustine, Defeated General, Liche, and Ulyaoth, Eternal Darkness (also known as Eternal Darkness), Nintendo of America, 2002. Voice of Moebius, Legacy of Kain: Defiance (also known as Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver III), 2003.

Television Appearances; Movies: Terry, Plates, ABC, 1990. John, Not of This Earth, Showtime, 1995. Super Club maitre d’, Lansky, HBO, 1999. Detective Davis, Ghost Dog: A Detective Tail, PAX, 2003. Television Appearances; Episodic: Leon, ⬙Forgive Me Father,⬙ Night Heat, CBS, 1987. Gavin, ⬙The Bride Wore Red,⬙ Freddy’s Nightmares, syndicated, 1988. Doug Jackson, ⬙Hooray for Wood,⬙ Evening Shade, CBS, 1990. Car salesman, ⬙Royalty,⬙ Tracey Takes On..., HBO, 1996. Fendi man, ⬙Sex and Another City,⬙ Sex and the City, HBO, 2000. John, ⬙Chapter Forty–five,⬙ Boston Public, Fox, 2002. Appeared as Officer Petzoldt and as a patrolman in various episodes of Evening Shade, CBS.

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Television Appearances; Other: Voice of Smithy, Rapsittie Street Kids: Believe in Santa, 2002.

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Appeared as Bob in the series Port Charles (also known as Port Charles: Fate, Port Charles: Miracles Happen, Port Charles: Naked Eyes, Port Charles: Secrets, Port Charles: Superstitions, Port Charles: Tainted Love, Port Charles: Tempted, Port Charles: Time in a Bottle, and Port Charles: Torn), ABC.

Career: Actor. CREDITS Film Appearances: Jenny’s assistant, Physical Evidence, Columbia, 1989. Paul the Apostle, Breaking In, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1989. Courier, Subterfuge, Avalanche Home Entertainment, 1996. Detective, Ladykiller (also known as Scene of the Crime), Concorde, 1996. The Pest, TriStar, 1997. FBI Agent Driscoll, Pros and Cons, New Line Home Video, 1999. Ground Zero, Euro Video, 2000. Detective North, NewsBreak, MTI Home Video, 2000. Freddie, Sparkle and Charm, Independent, 2000. Barely Legal, 2001. Security guard, Family under Siege, 2002. Redemption of the Ghost, Daniel Sladek Entertainment, 2002.

Stage Appearances: Uncle Ernie, The Who’s Tommy (musical), Orpheum Theatre, Phoenix, AZ, 2000. Knute Rockne, Rockne the Musical, La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, La Mirada, CA, 2001. Appeared as Windy, Jim, and backwoodsman, Show Boat (musical), Welk Resort Theatre, San Diego, CA; also appeared in regional productions of Dorian Gray and Mephisto.

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E Voices of Citizen and Thug Guard, The Great Mouse Detective (animated; also known as The Adventures of the Great Mouse Detective and Basil—The Great Mouse Detective), Buena Vista, 1986. Voice of Inferno, The Transformers: The Movies (animated; also known as Matrix Forever, Transformers the Movie: Mokushiroku Matrix yo eien ni, The Transformers, and Transformers: Matrix yo eien ni), De Laurentiis Group, 1989. Voice, Fat Man and Little Boy (also known as Shadow Makers), Paramount, 1989. Voice of radio announcer, Dick Tracy, Buena Vista, 1990. Voice, Diner (short film; also known as Gahan Wilson’s Diner), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1992.

EDMISTON, Walker (Walden Edmiston, Walter Edmiston) PERSONAL Addresses: Agent—c/o Sutton, Barth & Vennari, 145 South Fairfax, Suite 310, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Career: Actor. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Series: Regan, The Rounders, ABC, 1966. Voice of Freddy, the talking gold flute, H. R. Pufnstuf, NBC, 1969. Voices of Big Daddy Ooze and others, Sigmund and the Sea Monsters, NBC, 1973. Voice, Spider–Man (animated; also known as Spiderman 2000 and Spiderman), NBC, 1981. Voice of Algernon, Pandamonium, CBS, 1982. Voice, Monchichis, CBS, 1983. Voice of Inferno, Transformers (animated; also known as Super God Robot Force, Tatakae! Cho robot seimeitai Transformers, The Transformers, Transformers: 2010, and Transformers: Gerneation 1), syndicated, 1984. Voice, Dumbo’s Circus, 1985. Voice of Sir Thornberry, The Gummi Bears (animated; also known as Disney’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears), NBC, 1985. (As Walter Edmiston) Voice of the Whizzer/Bob Frank, Spider–Man (animated), Fox, 1994.

Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Voice of the duck, Everything’s Ducky, Columbia, 1961. Richard Lindsay, The Beach Girls and the Monster (also known as Invisible Terror, Monster from the Surf, and Surf Terror), U.S. Films, 1965. Wells Fargo agent, Stagecoach, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1966. (Uncredited) The Green Berets, Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1968. (Uncredited) Voice, Start the Revolution without Me (also known as Two Times Two), Warner Bros., 1970. Pufnstuf, Universal, 1970. (Uncredited) Voice, The Andromeda Strain, Universal, 1971. Pilot, Lucky Lady, 1975. Dirty Duck (animated; also known as Cheap), New World Pictures, 1977. Voice of God, Wholly Moses, Columbia, 1980. Pa, Loose Shoes (also known as Coming Attractions and Quackers), Atlantic Releasing Corp, 1980. Police Chief Dennis Warren, Scared to Death (also known as The Aberdeen Experiment), Lone Star Films, 1982. Dr. Rose, The Bear, Embassy Pictures, 1984.

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Television Appearances; Movies: Sheriff Hart, The Silent Gun, ABC, 1969. Voices of Squiddly, Hokey Wolf, and Yakky Doodle, Yogi’s Ark Lark, ABC, 1972. Gardener, Columbo: Dagger of the Mind, 1972. Deputy Cal Hartner, A Man for Hanging, 1973. Auctioneer, Columbo: Any Old Port in a Storm, 1973. Larry Brice, Live Again, Die Again, ABC, 1974. Mercury theatre player, The Night That Panicked America, ABC, 1975. Doctor Claymer, The Loneliest Runner, NBC, 1976. TV interviewer, Mad Bull, CBS, 1977. Dr. Stagg, Some Kind of Miracle, CBS, 1979. Voice of Nelson Rockefeller, Attica, ABC, 1980. Second electrician, Sizzle, ABC, 1981. Fred Zinnemann, Grace Kelly (also known as The Grace Kelly Story), ABC, 1983. Announcer, Dempsey, CBS, 1983. Warner, Confessions of a Married Man, ABC, 1983. Why Me?, ABC, 1984. Harry S. Truman, J. Edgar Hoover, Showtime, 1987. Goodbye, Miss 4th of July, The Disney Channel, 1988. Television Appearances; Pilots: Voice of Zambini, Nanny and the Professor and the Phantom of the Circus, ABC, 1973. Trooper, Home Cookin’, ABC, 1975. George Cutter, The Oregon Trail, NBC, 1976. Television Appearances; Specials: Voices of Witch’s book, Old Salt, and Mayor, Miss Switch to the Rescue, ABC, 1982. Voices of Mr. McTosh, and others, Hugh Pine (animated; also known as CBS Storybreak: Hugh Pine), CBS, 1985. Voice of Captain Jack, Harry, the Fat Bear Spy, CBS, 1985. Voices of Father Raccoon, Mayor, and others, The Great Ringtail Garbage Caper (animated; also known as CBS Storybreak: The Great Ringtail Garbage Caper), CBS, 1985. Voice of Catso, Runaway Ralph, ABC, 1988. Television Appearances; Episodic: Clyde Diefendorfer, ⬙Gun–Shy,⬙ Maverick, ABC, 1959. ⬙Soledad Crossing,⬙ Have Gun Will Travel, CBS, 1961. Jerry, ⬙’Til Death Do Us Part,⬙ Thriller, 1962. Voice of Monty, ⬙This Is Your Lifesaver,⬙ The Flintstones (animated), 1962. Jimmy Trench, ⬙Legend for a Lawman,⬙ The Virginian, NBC, 1965. Spock, ⬙Forty Rifles,⬙ The Big Valley, ABC, 1965. Charlie, ⬙The Night of the Fatal Trap,⬙ The Wild Wild West, CBS, 1965. George Baird, ⬙The Green Felt Jungle,⬙ Kraft Suspense Theatre, 1965. Coroner, ⬙Into the Widow’s Web,⬙ The Big Valley, ABC, 1966. 138

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EGAN Television Work; Series: Additional voices, Spider–Man and His Amazing Friends (animated), NBC, 1981. (As Walden Edmiston) Additional voices, The Smurfs (animated; also known as Smurfs’ Adventures), NBC, 1981. Additional voices, The Adventures of the Little Prince (animated; also known as Abenteuer eines kleinen Prinzen), syndicated, 1982. Additional voices, Jem! (animated; also known as Jem and the Holograms), syndicated, 1985. Radio Appearances: Tom Riley and Bart Rathbone, Adventures in Odyssey, 1987–2002.

EGAN, Maggie (Maggie Egan–Cummings) PERSONAL Born April 11, in Ballston Lake, NY; married Jim Cummings (a physical therapist); children: Emmie. Education: Attended State University of New York at Potsdam and State University of New York at Binghamton; studied acting with Chris Wilson. Addresses: Contact—Maggie Egan, PMB 105, 1014 S. Westlake Blvd., Suite 14, Westlake Village, CA 91361. Career: Actress and singer. Appeared in more than 700 commercials; also worked as the spokesperson for the Disney Channel; previously worked as a secretary, photographer, and realtor. Sometimes credited as Maggie Egan–Cummings. CREDITS Film Appearances: Lone Star Bar & Grill, 1983. Texas Sno–Line, 1985. Maggie Lane, Vasectomy: A Delicate Matter (also known as Vasectomy), 1986. Nancy, Communion (also known as Communion, A True Story), New Line Cinema, 1989. Mother, Stone Cold, Columbia, 1991. Anchor, Ambition, Miramax, 1991. Carol Crawley, Pen Pals, 1992. CNN reporter, Executive Decision (also known as Critical Decision), Warner Bros., 1996. Dr. Sonia Brody, Back in Business (also known as Heart of Stone), Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1997. Kitchen secretary, What Women Want, Paramount, 2000.

Also appeared as Goro, ⬙My Fair Robot,⬙ The Lost Saucer; voice, The Bugaloos, NBC; voice, Lidsville; voice, Yogi’s Gang, ABC; voice, Chipmunks, NBC; voice, Goltar and the Golden Lance; voice, Spacecats, NBC; voices of neighbor, prosecutor, and cop, Edith Ann: Homeless Go Home, ABC; voice, Scooby and Scrappy Doo. 139

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Television Appearances; Series: Civil Wars, ABC, 1991. Television Appearances; Movies: Deena Gross, Adam, NBC, 1983. Kay, The Lady from Yesterday, CBS, 1985. Mrs. Lewis, Carrie’s mom, A Family for Joe, NBC, 1990. Hooker, Murderous Vision, USA Network, 1991. Ship’s bar singer, Sex, Love and Cold Hard Cash, USA Network, 1993. Mother, The Haunting of Sea Cliff Inn, USA Network, 1994.

Also appeared as various characters, Tom & Jerry Kids; contestant, Star Search; guest, Mike and Matty; various, Droopy: Master Detective; in Santa Barbara. Stage Appearances: Appeared in Isn’t It Romantic; The Maggie Egan Mini– Musical; as Luisa, Les Ms.–A Musical Review from the Feminine Point of View; Betsy, Catfish Loves Anna; Beth Ann Fletcher, Home Again; Elaine, The Walker Women of Willow Grove; Marlene, Talking Things Over with Checkov.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Jo Stafford, Sinatra, CBS, 1992. Eric’s jury: juror Ⲇ4, Menendez: A Killing in Beverly Hills, CBS, 1994. Television Appearances; Pilots: Lila Dekker–Rosetti, Area 23, 2002.

RECORDINGS Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙Homecoming,⬙ Dallas, 1984. Airport clerk, ⬙Take a Left at the Altar,⬙ Moonlighting, ABC, 1987. Julia Sampson, ⬙The Fisherman,⬙ Matlock, NBC, 1988. Mrs. Comet, ⬙The Game,⬙ Alien Nation, Fox, 1989. Margaret Cole, ⬙Maybe Baby—March 11, 1963,⬙ Quantum Leap, NBC, 1990. Television presenter, ⬙Wrong for Each Other,⬙ Knots Landing, 1990. Ticket clerk, ⬙The Airport,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1992. Newsperson, ⬙Midnight on the Firing Line,⬙ Babylon 5, syndicated, 1994. ISN reporter, ⬙Survivors,⬙ Babylon 5, syndicated, 1994. News anchor, ⬙Chrysalis,⬙ Babylon 5, syndicated, 1994. ISN reporter, ⬙GROPOS,⬙ Babylon 5, syndicated, 1995. ISN reporter, ⬙Confessions and Lamentations,⬙ Babylon 5, syndicated, 1995. Kathleen Horne, ⬙Long Day’s Journey⬙ (also known as ⬙Missing Persons⬙), ER, NBC, 1995. ISN reporter Ⲇ1, ⬙Point of No Return: Part 2,⬙ Babylon 5, syndicated, 1996. ISN reporter Ⲇ1, ⬙Severed Dreams: Part 3,⬙ Babylon 5, syndicated, 1996. Anchor, ⬙Endgame,⬙ Babylon 5, syndicated, 1997. Anchor, ⬙Rising Star,⬙ Babylon 5, syndicated, 1997. First reporter, ⬙Knock, Knock,⬙ High Incident, ABC, 1997. ISN reporter, ⬙Objects at Rest,⬙ Babylon 5, syndicated, 1998. Ticket clerk, ⬙The Finale: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1998. Reporter Ⲇ1, ⬙A Current Affair,⬙ Sliders, Sci–Fi Channel, 1999. ISN anchor, ⬙War Zone,⬙ Crusade, TNT, 1999.

Albums: Recorded Out of This World. OTHER SOURCES Electronic: Maggie Egan Official Site, http://www.maggieegan.com, June 20, 2003.

EISENBERG, Ned 1957– PERSONAL Born January 13, 1957, in New York, NY. Career: Actor, director, and playwright. Appeared in television commercials for Budweiser. Naked Angels (a theatrical company), founding member and member; Ensemble Studio Theatre, member. Awards, Honors: Dramalogue Award, 1994, for Fruits & Nuts. CREDITS Film Appearances: Marty, The Exterminator, AVCO Embassy Pictures, 1980. Eddy, The Burning, Filmways Pictures, 1981. 140

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Israeli prisoner, The Soldier (also known as Codename: The Soldier), Embassy Pictures Corp., 1982. Lonzini, Slayground, Associated Film Distribution, 1983. Rat game owner, Deadly Force, Embassy, 1983. (Uncredited) Learner driver, Firstborn (also known as First Born and Moving In), Paramount, 1984. Wink Barnes, Moving Violations, Twentieth Century– Fox, 1985. Piero, Key Exchange, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1985. Rodriguez, Hiding Out (also known as Adult Education), De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1987. Nick Pirelli, pilot, Air America, TriStar, 1990. Fredo Strozzi, Last Man Standing, New Line Cinema, 1996. Brad Lieberman, Primary Colors (also known as Mit aller Macht and Perfect Couple), MCA/Universal, 1998. Elaine’s book party guest, Celebrity, Miramax, 1998. Uncle Pete, A Civil Action, Buena Vista, 1998. Carl, Snow Days (also known as Let It Snow), Artistic License, 1999. Mike Blake, Head of State, DreamWorks, 2003. Television Appearances; Series: Anthony Fanelli, The Fanelli Boys, TNN, 1990. Television Appearances; Movies: Ace, We’re Fighting Back, CBS, 1981. Detective Richard Freedman, A Murderous Affair: The Carolyn Warmus Story (also known as The Lovers of Deceit: The Carolyn Warmus Story), ABC, 1992. Mickey, Star Struck, CBS, 1994. Emad Salem, Path to Paradise: The Untold Story of the World Trade Center Bombing (also known as Path to Paradise), HBO, 1997. Jerry Kleinert, Exiled (also known as Exiled: A Law & Order Movie), NBC, 1998. Lepke Buchlater, Winchell, HBO, 1988. Bob Constantine, Dash and Lilly, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Robert Clifford, Cheaters, HBO, 2000. Television Appearances; Pilots: For Lovers Only, ABC, 1982. Charlie, ABC, 1989.

Also appeared as llama salesman, ⬙The Purple Cover,⬙ Public Morals, CBS; C. J., Dear John.

Television Appearances; Specials: Sobel, The First Seven Years, PBS, 1998. Jimmy, A Whole New Day, Cinemax, 2000.

Stage Appearances: Ludlow Lowell, Pal Joey, City Center Theatre, New York City, 1995. Flea, Antigone in New York, Vineyard Theatre, New York City, 1996. Dick, The Red Address, McGinn–Cazale Theatre, New York City, 1997. Truffalindo, The Green Bird, Cort Theatre, New York City, 2000.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Librizzi, ⬙Lombard,⬙ Miami Vice, NBC, 1985. Charlie Glide, ⬙Yankee Dollar,⬙ Miami Vice, NBC, 1986. Dr. Eisnberg, ⬙Abrams for the Defense,⬙ Crime Story, NBC, 1986. 141

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King John, King John, American Place Theatre, New York City, 2000. Aaron Greidinger, Meshugah, Kirk Theatre, New York City, 2003. Also appeared in Hesh; Titus Andronicus; Bloomer Girl; Street Scene; Fruits and Nuts, Los Angeles; You Gotta Sing for Your Supper, Los Angeles; Midnight & Morning Rain; True to You; The Cherry Orchard; Claus; Saxophone Music; Dream of a Blacklisted Actor. Major Tours: Appeared as Uncle Louie, Lost in Yonkers, U.S. cities.

Awards, Honors: Advertising Executive of the Year Award, Advertising Age, 1988; IRTS Gold Medal Award, 1992; James A. Doolittle Award (with Walt Disney Company) for leadership in theatre, L.A. Ovation Awards, 2000.

Stage Director: Directed Funky Crazy Boogaloo Boy, Naked Angels; Acapulco, Naked Angels; Suburban Tango, Actor’s Gang.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Host, Disney Sunday Movie (also known as The Wonderful World of Disney), ABC, 1986–1990. Host, The Magical World of Disney, NBC, 1988–1990. American Cinema, PBS, 1994–1995. Host, The Wonderful World of Disney, ABC, 1997.

WRITINGS Stage Plays: Wrote Fruits and Nuts, produced in Los Angeles; You Gotta Sing for Your Supper, produced in Los Angeles.

Television Appearances; Specials: The Television Academy Hall of Fame, Fox, 1987. Himself, Jungle Book Reunion, 1990. The Best of Disney: 50 Years of Magic, ABC, 1991. Host, The Dream Is Alive: The 20th Anniversary Celebration of Walt Disney World, CBS, 1991. The Wonderful World of Disney: 40 Years of Television Magic, ABC, 1994. Fourth Annual Environmental Media Awards, TBS, 1994. The 10th Annual Television Academy Hall of Fame, The Disney Channel, 1994. Beauty and the Beast: The Broadway Musical Comes to L.A. (also known as Disney’s Beauty and the Beast: The Broadway Musical Comes to L.A.), 1995. The 2nd Annual Family Television Awards, CBS, 2000. Leaders with David Faber, CNBC, 2001. Himself, Disney’s California Adventure TV Special, The Disney Channel, 2001. Himself, Intimate Portrait: Cindy Williams, Lifetime, 2001. Presenter, ABC 50th Anniversary Celebration, ABC, 2003.

EISNER, Michael D. 1942– PERSONAL Full name, Michael Dammann Eisner; born March 7, 1942, in Mount Kisco, NY; son of Lester Jr., and Margaret (maiden name, Dammann) Eisner; married Jane Breckenridge (a computer programmer and business advisor), 1967; children: Michael (also known as Breck, a director), Eric (a producer), Anders. Education: Denison University, B.A., English literature and theatre, 1964. Religion: Jewish. Addresses: Office—Walt Disney Company, 500 South Buena Vista St., Burbank, CA 91521–0001. Career: Executive producer and studio executive. NBC, page, 1963, then clerk, 1964; Federal Communications Commission logging clerk, 1964; CBS, worked in programming department, c. mid–1960s; ABC–TV, manager of talent and specials, 1966, director of program development, director of program planning and executive assistant to the vice president in charge of programming, vice president of daytime television programming, and vice president of children’s programs, 1966–75; ABC Entertainment, senior vice president of prime time production and development,

Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, ⬙Disneyland’s 35th Anniversary Celebration,⬙ The Wonderful World of Disney, 1990. Himself, ⬙Home Alone,⬙ Home Improvement, ABC, 1999. Also appeared in American Cinema, PBS. 142

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Television Work; Series: (Uncredited) Creative producer, Schoolhouse Rock (also known as ABC Schoolhouse Rock), 1973.

Film Appearances: Mrs. Pickett, The Happy Thieves (also known as Once a Thief), United Artists, 1962. (As Britt Marie Eklund) Iris, Il commandante (also known as The Commandant), 1963. (Uncredited) Li’s work mate, Det aer hos mig han har varit, 1963. Girl at railtrack, Il diavolo (also known as Amore in Stockholm, The Devil, and To Bed ... Or Not to Bed), 1963. Greta, Advance to the Rear (also known as Company of Cowards), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1964. Gina Romantica, After the Fox (also known as Caccia alla volpe), United Artists, 1966. Claudia, Too Many Thieves, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1966. Olimpia Segura, The Bobo, Warner Bros., 1967. Gina, The Double Man, Warner Bros., 1967. Rachel Elizabeth Schpitendavel, The Night They Raided Minsky’s (also known as The Night They Invented Striptease), United Artists, 1968. Irene Tucker, Machine Gun McCann (also known as Gli intoccabili), Columbia, 1968. Illeana, Stiletto, Avco–Embassy, 1969. Princess Spada, Nell’anno del Signore (also known as Les conspirateurs and The Conspirators), 1969. Antigone, The Cannibals (also known as I cannibali and The Year of the Cannibals), Doria/San Marco, 1970. Adolfine, Tintomara (also known as Tintomare), 1970. Dorothy Chiltern–Barlow, Percy, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1970. Greta, Endless Night (also known as Agatha Christie’s Endless Night), British Lion, 1971. Anna Fletcher, Get Carter, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1971. Elise, Night Hair Child (also known as Child of the Night, Der Zeuge hinter der Wand, La tua presenza, Night Child, Diabolisch, and What the Peeper Saw), Towers, 1971. Josette, A Time for Loving (also known as Paris Was Made for Lovers), London Screen Plays, 1971. Lucy, Asylum (also known as House of Crazies), Cinerama, 1972. Chris Bentley, Baxter!, National General, 1973. Willow MacGregor, The Wicker Man (also known as Anthony Shaffer’s ⬙The Wicker Man⬙), British Lion/ Warner Bros., 1973. Mary Goodnight, The Man with the Golden Gun (also known as Ian Fleming’s The Man with the Golden Gun), United Artists, 1974. Michelle, The Ultimate Thrill (also known as The Ultimate Chase), General Cinema, 1974. People Who Own the Dark, Sean Cunningham, 1975. Duchess Irma, Royal Flash, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1975.

Film Appearances: Himself, Junket Whore, 1998. WRITINGS Autobiography: (With Tony Schwartz) Work in Progress, Random House, 1988. OTHER SOURCES Books: Business Leader Profiles for Students, Volume 2, Gale Group, 2002. Encyclopedia of World Biography Supplement, Volume 19, Gale Group, 1999. Gale Encyclopedia of U.S. Economic History, Gale Group, 1999. Masters, Kim, The Keys to the Kingdom: How Michael Eisner Lost His Grip, William Morrow, 2000. Periodicals: The Economist, July 26, 2003, p. 59. Harvard Business Review, January, 2000, p. 115. Newsweek, June 2, 2003, p. 40. Parade Magazine, November 15, 1987. Variety, September 28, 1998, p. 1.

EKLAND, Britt 1942– (Britt Marie Eklund, Britt–Marie Eklund) PERSONAL Full name, Britt–Marie Eklund; born October 6, 1942, in Stockholm, Sweden; married Peter Sellers (an actor), February 19, 1964 (divorced December 18, 1968); married Jim McDonnell (also known as ⬙Slim⬙ Jim Phantom, a drummer with the band The Stray Cats), March 20, 1984 (divorced, 1992); children: (first marriage) Victoria; (second marriage) Thomas Jefferson; (with Lou Adler, a producer) Nikolai. Addresses: Agent—Epstein/Wyckoff Agency, 280 South Beverly Dr., Ⲇ400, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress and writer. Previously worked as a model. Sometimes credited as Britt–Marie Eklund. 143

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Mrs. Anderson, High Velocity, First Asian Films of California, 1977. Anna Von Erken, Slavers (also known as Die Sklavenjaeger), ITM, 1977. Queen Nypeptha, King Solomon’s Treasure, Canafox/ Towers, 1978. Countess Trivulzi, Some Like It Cool (also known as The Rise and Rise of Casanova, Casanova, Italian Style, Sex on the Run, Treize femmes pur Casanova, and Casanova and Co.), Pro International, 1979. Lintom’s mother, ⬙The Vampire Story,⬙ The Monster Club, ITC, 1981. Anne–Marie, Satan’s Mistress (also known as Fury of the Succubus, Demon Rage, and Dark Eyes), Motion Pictures Marketing, 1982. Priscilla Lancaster/Penny, Dead Wrong (also known as Death Fighter, Entrapment, and The Columbia Connection), Comworld, 1983. Julie Todd, Erotic Images, 1983. Dr. Yes: Hyannis Affair, 1983. Annie, Love Scenes (also known as Ecstasy, Love Secrets, and Lovescene), Starways, 1985. Deborah, Marbella (also known as Hot Spot and Marbella, un golpe de cinco estrellas), 1985. Evette, Fraternity Vacation, New World, 1985. Linda, Moon in Scorpio, Trans World, 1987. Madame Cassandra, Beverly Hills Vamp, 1989. Jackie Mallon, Cold Heat, 1989. Mariella Novotny, Scandal, Miramax, 1989. Lady Zinnia Wrench, The Children (also known as Meine liebe Rose), Hemdale Home Video, 1990. Az Aldozat (also known as The Victim), 1994. Herself, Inside ⬙The Man with the Golden Gun,⬙ MGM Home Entertainment, 2000.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Herself, Pantoland, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Handen paa hjaertat, 1962. Mother, Carol for Another Christmas, ABC, 1964. US against the World II, ABC, 1978. Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1981 and 1986. Women Who Rate a ⬙10,⬙ NBC, 1981. Herself/audience member, An Audience with Shirley Bassey, 1995. The World of James Bond, Fox, 1995. Herself, Best Ever Bond, ITV, 2002. Intimate Portrait: Sharon Osborne, Lifetime, 2002. Also appeared in A Cold Peace. Television Appearances; Pilots: Katrina Volana, ⬙Wine, Women and War,⬙ The Six Million Dollar Man, ABC, 1973. Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙The Greatest Game: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ The Trials of O’Brien, CBS, 1966. Kraft Music Hall, 1970. Vicki Erickson, ⬙The Barefoot Stewardess Caper,⬙ McCloud, NBC, 1972. Guest panelist, The Hollywood Squares, 1976, 1978. Tatiana Krasnavian, ⬙The Moscow Connection,⬙ McCloud, NBC, 1977. Tenna, ⬙The Gun on Ice Planet Zero: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Battlestar Galactica, ABC, 1979. Laura, ⬙The Murder Cartel,⬙ Return of the Saint, 1979. ⬙Aphrodite,⬙ Fantasy Island, ABC, 1980. Karen Ellison, ⬙Accident Prone/The High Cost of Living/ Vicki’s First Love,⬙ The Love Boat, ABC, 1980. ⬙The Proxy Billionaire,⬙ Fantasy Island, ABC, 1981. Alice Robbins, ⬙Doc Takes the Fifth/Safety Last/A Business Affair,⬙ The Love Boat, ABC, 1982. ⬙Wuthering Heights,⬙ Fantasy Island, ABC, 1982. Vera Martin, ⬙Deadly Fashion,⬙ Matt Houston, ABC, 1982. ⬙The Sisters,⬙ Fantasy Island, ABC, 1983. Herself, ⬙Always Say Always,⬙ The Fall Guy, ABC, 1984. Samantha Black, ⬙Love and/or Marriage,⬙ Simon and Simon, CBS, 1985. Lara, ⬙Abandon Earth,⬙ Superboy, syndicated, 1990. Lara, ⬙Escape to Earth,⬙ Superboy, syndicated, 1990. Herself, ⬙New Best Friend,⬙ Absolutely Fabulous, 1994. Herself, ⬙Animals,⬙ Brass Eye, Channel 4, 1997. Herself, The RDA, BBC, 2000. Herself, ⬙I Love 1971,⬙ I Love 1970’s, BBC, 2000. Herself, I afton Lantz, 2002. Herself, Livshunger, 2002. Ducibella Sternflanks, ⬙Prime Ridge,⬙ Lexx, Sci–Fi Channel, 2002.

Also appeared in At Any Price; Triple Cross; Hellhole. Television Appearances; Series: Host, Britt Ekland’s Juke Box, syndicated, 1979. Skeppsredaren, 1979. Host, Bara med Britt, 1992. Also host of talk show in Sweden. Television Appearances; Movies: Edvarda’s friend, Kort aer sommaren (also known as Pan and Short Is the Summer), 1962. Woman 1, The Stronger, 1971. Jenny Wallenda, The Great Wallendas, NBC, 1978. Anny Ondra Schmelling, Ring of Passion (also known as Countdown to the Big One), NBC, 1978. Leah, The Hostage Tower, CBS, 1980. Francoise, Jacqueline Susann’s ⬙Valley of the Dolls⬙ (also known as Valley of the Dolls), CBS, 1981. Az Aranyifju (also known as Beau), 1986. 144

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ESPOSITO CREDITS

Television Work; Episodic: (Uncredited) Directed Bara med Britt.

Television Work; Movies: Producer (with Robert Huddleston), Off Sides (also known as Pigs vs. Freaks), NBC, 1984.

Stage Appearances: Olivia, Mate!, Comedy Theatre, London, 1978. Run for Your Wife, 1996.

WRITINGS

RECORDINGS

Screenplays: Pigs vs. Freaks (short film), 1970. (With Jim Cash) Top Gun, Paramount, 1986. (With Cash) Legal Eagles, Universal, 1986. (With Cash and A. J. Carothers) The Secret of My Succe$s (also known as The Secret of My Success), Universal, 1987. (With Cash, Dennis Shyrack, Michael Blodgett, and Daniel Petrie, Jr.) Turner & Hooch, Buena Vista, 1989. (With Cash) Dick Tracy (adapted from characters created by Chester Gould in the comic strip Dick Tracy), Buena Vista, 1990. (With Cash, Paul Rudnick, Eleanor Bergstein, and others) Sister Act, Buena Vista, 1992. (With Cash and Hans Bauer) Anaconda, Columbia, 1997. The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas, MCA/Universal, 2000.

Videos: Host, Electric Blue Ⲇ3, 1981. Director and performer, Britt Fit (fitness video), 1993. WRITINGS Video Scripts: Britt Fit (fitness video), 1993. Books: True Britt (autobiography), 1980. Sensual Beauty and How to Achieve It, Sigwick & Jackson, 1984. OTHER SOURCES

Television Episodes: Writer for episodes of Hawaii Five–0 (also known as McGarrett) and Kojak.

Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, March 5, 1993, p. 68. People Weekly, December 4, 1995, pp. 40–47.

ADAPTATIONS The screenplay Legal Eagles was adapted for a novel by Martin Owens, published by New York Zoetrope (New York City), in 1986. Dick Tracy was adapted for publication by Len Wein, W. D. Publications (Burbank, CA), 1990. The television movie Off Sides was adapted from a story by Epps and from his short film Pigs vs. Freaks.

EPPS, Jack, Jr. 1949– PERSONAL Born November 3, 1949, in Detroit, MI; son of Jack and Shirley Mae Epps; married; wife’s name, Cynthia; children: two. Education: Michigan State University, B.F.A., 1972.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Authors, Volume 133, Gale, 1991.

Addresses: Agent—Adam Kanter, Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. ESPOSITO, Jennifer 1973(?)–

Career: Writer and producer. Worked as a cinematographer, 1973–78.

PERSONAL Born April 11, 1973 (some sources cite April 19, 1972), in New York, NY; daughter of Bob (a music producer and computer consultant) and Phyllis (an interior decorator) Esposito. Education: Studied acting at the Actors Studio.

Member: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Awards, Honors: Blue Ribbon, American Film Institute, 1970, for Pigs vs. Freaks. 145

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Addresses: Agent—ICM, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211; United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor, Beverley Hills, CA 90212.

Television Appearances; Movies: Jeannie, The Sunshine Boys, CBS, 1997. Television Appearances; Pilots: Sheila Leary, Violent Crime, CBS, 2003.

Career: Actress. Appeared in advertisements for Bongo jeans; also worked as a waitress.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Gina Tucci, ⬙Good Girl,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1996. Flo, ⬙Crash and Burn,⬙ Feds, 1997. Gina, ⬙Spare Parts,⬙ New York Undercover, Fox, 1998. Gina, ⬙Mob Streets,⬙ New York Undercover, Fox, 1998. Sara Logan, ⬙Remorse,⬙ Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: S.V.U.), NBC and USA Network, 2000. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, 2001. Herself, Movie House, 2002. Late Show with David Letterman, NBC, 2002. Herself, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, CBS, 2002. Abby Banks, ⬙Obsession,⬙ Hack, CBS, 2002.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Donna Delgrosso, A Brooklyn State of Mind, Miramax, 1997. Lucy, A Brother’s Kiss, First Look Pictures Releasing, 1997. Debbie, Kiss Me, Guido, Paramount, 1997. Teresa, No Looking Back (also known as Long Time, Nothing New), Gramercy, 1997. Michelle, Just One Time, 1997. Nancy, I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (also known as I Know What You Did Last Summer: The Sequel, I Know What You Did Last Summer ... The Story Continues, I Know What You Did Last Summer 2, I Know What You Did Two Summers Ago, and I Still Know), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1998. Ms. Janus, He Got Game, Buena Vista, 1998. Jessica, Side Streets, Cargo Films, 1998. Michelle, Just One Time, First Look Pictures Releasing, 1998. Ruby, Summer of Sam, Buena Vista, 1999. Daphne, The Bachelor, New Line Cinema, 1999. Michelle, ⬙Just One Time,⬙ Boys Life 3, Strand Releasing, 2000. Solina, Dracula 2000 (also known as Dracula 2001 and Wes Craven Presents Dracula 2000), Miramax, 2000. Susan Reese, The Proposal, Curb Entertainment, 2001. (Uncredited) Club girl, Made, Artisan Entertainment, 2001. Detective Sandra Cassidy, Don’t Say a Word, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2001. Olive Dee ⬙Harley⬙ Klintucker, Backflash, Paragon Film Group, 2001. Carmela, Welcome to Collinwood, Warner Bros., 2002. Jennifer Baker, The Master of Disguise, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2002. Helena Toretti, Beyond the City Limits (also known as Rip It Off), Spartan Home Entertainment, 2002. Frankie Vitello, Jesus, Mary and Joey, 2003.

Also appeared in ⬙Drugs, Lies and Videotape,⬙ Prince Street; as Connie Soleito, Loving. Stage Appearances: XXX Love Act, Ohio Theatre, New York City, 1995. Painting X’s on the Moon, Crane Theatre, New York City, 1995. Renee and waitress, Dark Rapture, Second Stage Theatre, New York City, 1996. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Brandweek, January 18, 1999, p. 5. InStyle, December, 2000, pp. 353–356. Us, February, 1999.

EVANS, Bruce A. 1946– PERSONAL Born September 19, 1946, in Long Beach, CA; son of George A. and Jane (maiden name, Wallace) Evans. Education: Attended University of Southern California and University of California, Los Angeles.

Television Appearances; Series: Connie Soleito, The City, ABC, 1995–1997. Stacey Paterno, Spin City (also known as Spin), ABC, 1997–1999. Tanzy, All My Children, ABC, 1998.

Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 Career: Writer, director, and producer. Evans–Gideon Productions, partner. Also worked as an art auctioneer in Los Angeles.

EVANS WRITINGS Screenplays: (With Raynold Gideon and Stuart Margolan) A Man, a Woman, and a Bank (based on a story by Gideon and Evans), [Canada], 1979, Blue Box, 1984. (With Gideon) Starman (also known as John Carpenter’s Starman), Columbia, 1984. (With Gideon) Stand by Me (based on Stephen King’s novella The Body), Columbia, 1986. (With Gideon) Made in Heaven, Lorimar, 1987. Kuffs (also known as Hero Wanted), Universal, 1992. Jungle 2 Jungle (also known as Un indien a New York), Buena Vista, 1997.

Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, best screenplay based on material from another medium (with Raynold Gideon), Screen Award nomination, best adapted screenplay (with Gideon), Writers Guild of America, and Independent Spirit Award nominations, best screenplay (with Gideon) and best feature (with Gideon and Andrew Scheinman), all 1987, for Stand by Me; Special Jury Prize, Cognac Festival du Film Policier, 1992, for Kuffs; Golden Globe Award nomination. CREDITS

ADAPTATIONS

Film Work: Associate producer, Starman (also known as John Carpenter’s Starman), Columbia, 1984. Producer (with Andrew Scheinman and Raynold Gideon), Stand by Me, Columbia, 1986. Producer (with Gideon and David Blocker), Made in Heaven, Lorimar, 1987. Director, Kuffs (also known as Hero Wanted), Universal, 1992. Producer, Assassins (also known as Day of Reckoning), Warner Bros., 1995.

The film Cutthroat Island (also known as Corsari, L’ile aux pirates, and Die Piratenbraut), released by Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer in 1996, was based on a story by Evans. The television series Starman, broadcast by ABC in 1986, was based on the characters Evans created for the screenplay Starman.

Television Director; Episodic: Directed an episode of Switch, CBS.

Books: Contemporary Authors, Volume 134, Gale, 1992.

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F Maximum Force, 1992. Deadly Bet, 1992. CIA Code Name: Alexa, PM Entertainment Group, Inc., 1992. Final Impact, 1992. Private Wars, PM Entertainment Group, Inc., 1993. Out for Blood, 1993. Martial Outlaw, Republic, 1993. Fist of Honor, 1993. T–Force, 1994. Scanner Cop, Republic Pictures Home Video, 1994. The Force, 1994. CIA II: Target Alexa, 1994. Two Bits & Pepper, PM Entertainment Group, Inc., 1995. Serial Killer, Republic, 1995. Rage, New City Releasing, 1995. Fists of Iron, Live Entertainment, 1995. Little Big Foot, 1995. The Haunted World of Edward D. Wood Jr., 1995. Bigfoot: The Unforgettable Encounter, 1995. Carpool, 1996. The Silencers, PM Entertainment Group, Inc., 1996. Dark Breed, PM Entertainment Group, Inc., 1996. Little Bigfoot, PM Entertainment Group, Inc., 1997. Strike! (also known as The Hairy Bird, All I Wanna Do, College femminile, and Les filles font la loi), Miramax, 1998. The Hand behind the Mouse: The Ub Iwerks Story, Buena Vista, 1999. A Woman’s a Helluva Thing, Regent Moonstone, 2001. Scooby–Doo and the Cyber Chase (animated), Warner Home Video, 2001. Hobbs End, 2002. Mystery at Sam’s, Mainline Releasing, 2002. Swimfan (also known as [email protected] and Tell Me You Love Me), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2002.

FEBRE, Louis PERSONAL Born in Saltillo, Mexico; emigrated to United States, 1973. Education: Majored in music at California State University, Northridge; studied piano with Robert Turner. Addresses: Agent—The Gorfaine/Schwartz Agency, 13245 Riverside Dr., Suite 450, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423. Manager—Blue Focus Management, 15233 Ventura Blvd., Suite 200, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403. Career: Composer and music editor. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award (with John Debney), outstanding music composition for a series (dramatic underscore), and BMI Emmy, 1997, both for The Cape; Annie Award nomination, outstanding individual achievement for music score an animated feature production, 2001, for Scooby–Doo and the Alien Invaders; Pixie Award, best underscore, 2001, for Revenge of the Red Balloon. CREDITS Film Work: Music editor, A Time to Die, PM Video, 1991. WRITINGS Film Scores: Code Name: Zebra, Transcontinental, 1984. A Time to Die, PM Video, 1991. Savage Fury, 1991.

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FERGUSON FERGUSON, Colin 1972– PERSONAL Born July 22, 1972, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Education: Graduated from McGill University. Avocational Interests: Health.

Television Theme Songs; Series: L.A. Heat, TNT, 1996.

Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1505 Tenth St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Manager—Oscars Abrams Zimel & Associates, 438 Queens Street East, Toronto, Ontario M5A 1T4, Canada.

Television Scores; Movies: The Secretary, CBS, 1995. Last Man Standing, HBO, 1996. Tower of Terror, ABC, 1997. My Father’s Shadow: The Sam Sheppard Story, CBS, 1998. To Love, Honor and Betray, CBS, 1999. First Daughter, TBS, 1999. Final Run, CBS, 1999. Scooby–Doo and the Alien Invaders (animated), Cartoon Network, 2000. Nowhere to Land, TBS, 2000. First Target, TBS, 2000. Dead in a Heartbeat, TBS, 2002. First Shot, TBS, 2002. Christmas Rush, TBS, 2002. Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story, Lifetime, 2003.

Career: Actor. Second City (an improvisational comedy group), Detroit, founding member; On the Spot (an improvisational group), Montreal, Canada, founding member, c. 1989. Previously performed stand–up routines in Canadian nightclubs. CREDITS Film Appearances: Tom DeLury, The Opposite of Sex, Sony Pictures Classics, 1998. Oscar, The Surprise Party, 2001. Television Appearances; Series: Lewis, Then Came You, ABC, 2000. Patrick, Coupling, NBC, 2003.

Television Additional Music; Movies: Executive Target, HBO, 1996.

Television Appearances; Movies: Tiff Wood, Rowing Through, 1996. Jimmy Flood, A Prayer in the Dark, USA Network, 1997. Van Foreman, Daydream Believers: The Monkees Story, VH1, 2000. Mike Curb, Inside the Osmonds (also known as The Osmonds), ABC, 2001. Peter, The Jenifer Estess Story, CBS, 2001. Dr. Witt, We Were the Mulvaneys, Lifetime, 2002.

Television Scores; Miniseries: Medusa’s Child, ABC, 1997. Mr. Murder (also known as Dean Koontz’s Mr. Murder), ABC, 1998. Television Scores; Pilots: Doctor Who (also known as Doctor Who: Enemy Within and Doctor Who: The Movie), BBC and Fox, 1996.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Todd, Night Sins, CBS, 1997. Burke Christopher Andrew, More Tales of the City (also known as Armistead Maupin’s More Tales of the City), The Movie Channel, 1998. Andrew Chase, Cover Me, CBC, 1999.

Television Scores; Episodic: Scored episodes of Smallville, The WB; The Fugitive, CBS; The Cape, syndicated; L.A. Heat, TNT.

OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Pilots: Texas Graces, 1996. Coupling, NBC, 2003.

Electronic: Louis Febre Official Site, http://www.louisfebre.com, June 27, 2003.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Tommy, ⬙The Tale of C7,⬙ Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Nickelodeon, 1995. Peter Garson, ⬙Bridal Suite,⬙ The Hunger, Showtime, 1997. Dr. Bennet, ⬙The Pendulum,⬙ Titus, Fox, 2001. Prince Torben of Mulravia, ⬙The Mulravian Candidate,⬙ Dead Last, The WB, 2001. David, ⬙Free Spirit,⬙ The Outer Limits, 2001. Clark Hutchinson, ⬙Breakfast of Champions,⬙ Becker, CBS, 2001. Deputy Brock, ⬙Malcolm’s Girlfriend,⬙ Malcolm in the Middle, Fox, 2001. Brad Ferris, ⬙Dead Wives’ Club,⬙ Crossing Jordan, NBC, 2003. Stage Appearances: Appeared in Julius Caesar and One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest.

Television Appearances; Specials: Brother Jerome, Cadfael, PBS, 1995. Brother Jerome, Cadfael 2, PBS, 1997. Brother Jerome, Cadfael 3, PBS, 1998. Brother Jerome, Cadfael 4, PBS, 1999.

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Television Appearances; Pilots: Tourist in New York, The Sight, FX, 2000. Film Appearances: Boy, Absolution (also known as Murder by Confession), Image, 1978. Researcher, Runners, 1983. Young James, Forever Young, Cinecom International, 1983. Geordie, Oxford Blues, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1984. Young man, The Little Drummer Girl, Warner Bros., 1984. Second boy in park, Lifeforce, TriStar, 1985. The misery kid, Absolute Beginners, Orion, 1986. Reporter, Hearts of Fire, Lorimar, 1987. A Broken Spine, 1988. Lawrence, Paris by Night, Zenith, 1988. Michael, Twenty–One, Triton, 1991. Richard Meinertzhagen, The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Daredevils of the Desert, 1992. Father John Fisher, Shadowlands, Savoy, 1993. Edward Thornton, Beautiful People, Trimark, 1999. Richard Meinertzhagen, The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: The Phantom Train of Doom, 1999. John Wilkes Booth, Bedazzled, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2000.

PERSONAL Career: Actor. CREDITS Television Appearances; Movies: Davis, Scum, 1977. John Oldbury, Shake Hands Forever, 1988. Quincy, The Secret Life of Ian Fleming (also known as Spymaker: The Secret Life of Ian Fleming), TNT, 1990. Charlie, Heading Home, 1991. Burberry’s assistant, Foreign Affairs, TNT, 1993. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Noah Claypole, Oliver Twist, BBC, 1985. Young Sefton Boyd, A Perfect Spy (also known as John Le Carre’s A Perfect Spy), BBC, 1987. Mr. Shrapnel, Prime Suspect (also known as Prime Suspect 1), PBS, 1991. Mr. Soames (uncredited), Clarissa, PBS, 1991. Northerton, The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling, BBC, 1997.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: RADA student, ⬙The Bullshitters: Roll Out the Gunbarrel,⬙ The Comic Strip Presents, Channel 4 (England), 1984. Leonard, ⬙The Yob,⬙ The Comic Strip Presents, Channel 4, 1988.

PERSONAL Addresses: Agent—The Gage Group, 14724 Ventura Blvd., Ⲇ505, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423. 150

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FITTS Television Appearances; Miniseries: Major George Devery, World War III, NBC, 1982. Patrolman (part 1), From the Dead of Night, NBC, 1989. London interviewer, Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story, NBC, 1995. Secret Service agent, The Invaders, The WB, 1995.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Ed Heinz, Summer Camp Nightmare (also known as The Butterfly Revolution), Concorde, 1987. Turner, The Hanoi Hilton, Cannon Films, 1987. Winaton, Banzai Runner, Vidmark Entertainment, 1987. Robert Hayes, Platoon Leader, Cannon Films, 1988. State trooper, Rescue Me (also known as Street Hunter), Cannon Films, 1993. Shakespeare in the Park, 1995. Dale the coroner, Club V.R., Mystique Films, Inc., 1996.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Hunter, NBC, 1984. Detective Miller, The Boys in Blue, CBS, 1984. Leonard, The Redd Foxx Show, CBS, 1986. Amen, NBC, 1986. Television Appearances; Episodic: Jason Collins, ⬙The Ancestors,⬙ Diff’rent Strokes, NBC, 1981. Cop Ⲇ1, Strike Force, ABC, 1981. Public relations man, ⬙Starstruck,⬙ The Facts of Life, NBC, 1982. Ryan, ⬙Second Chance,⬙ T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1982. Jim Haskel, ⬙The Curse of the Toltec Death Mask,⬙ Tucker’s Witch, CBS, 1982. Mr. Frances, ⬙Benson’s New Home,⬙ Benson, ABC, 1982. Brad, ⬙The Final Verdict,⬙ Knight Rider, NBC, 1982. Wes, ⬙Love in a Funny Phase,⬙ Benson, ABC, 1983. Burrows, ⬙One More Time,⬙ The A–Team, NBC, 1983. ⬙Rolling Thunder: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Hardcastle & McCormick, ABC, 1983. Knudson, ⬙Grand Illusion,⬙ Simon & Simon, CBS, 1983. Jim Sugar, ⬙Fugitives,⬙ Knots Landing, CBS, 1983. ⬙Eye Witness Blues,⬙ The Rousters, NBC, 1983. ⬙Flight Ⲇ093 Is Missing,⬙ Airwolf, CBS, 1984. Desk sergeant, ⬙A Matter of Money,⬙ Three’s a Crowd, ABC, 1984. ⬙Hardcastle, Hardcastle, Hardcastle, and McCormick,⬙ Hardcastle and McCormick, ABC, 1985. Dr. Giddings, ⬙Life and Death,⬙ Dynasty, ABC, 1985. Cop, ⬙Money Talks ... Maddie Walks,⬙ Moonlighting, ABC, 1985. Second cop, ⬙The Accident,⬙ Dynasty, ABC, 1986. Cop, ⬙Scales of Justice,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1986. Jason Duke, ⬙The Duke of Whispering Pines,⬙ The A–Team, NBC, 1986. Addy’s date, ⬙Nell Goes Back to New York,⬙ Gimme a Break!, NBC, 1986. Blake, ⬙Photo Finish,⬙ Scarecrow and Mrs. King, CBS, 1986. Roy Dobbs, Calvin’s father, ⬙Father’s Day,⬙ 227, NBC, 1986. ⬙Love Me or Leave Me,⬙ Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1987. Dr. Martin, ⬙Violations,⬙ Star Trek: The Next Generation, syndicated, 1992. Pebo Griffin, ⬙Spewey and Me,⬙ Get a Life, Fox, 1992. ⬙In Vanessa We Trust,⬙ Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, ABC, 1993.

Film Work: Automated dialogue replacement voice, Dead Presidents, Buena Vista, 1995. Television Appearances; Series: Jake Ⲇ1, Santa Barbara, NBC, 1984. Lieutenant Vic Boswell, Santa Barbara, NBC, 1988. Martin Jackson, Generations, NBC, 1989–1990. Detective Ritter, Over My Dead Body, CBS, 1990. Councilman Blake, General Hospital, ABC, 1994. Booking officer Tom, High Incident, ABC, 1996–1997. Voice of Martin Johanssen, Hey Arnold! (animated), Nickelodeon, 1996. Dr. Craig, The Bold and the Beautiful (also known as Belleza y poder), CBS, 2001. Television Appearances; Movies: Tackler, The Kid with the Broken Halo, NBC, 1982. Dan Norlan, Silence of the Heart, CBS, 1984. Major Bill Teague, Sweet Revenge (also known as Bittersweet Revenge, Code of Honor, and Her Revenge), CBS, 1984. Young worker, Streets of Justice, NBC, 1985. Armory sergeant, U.S. Marshals: Waco & Rhinehart (also known as Waco & Rhinehart), ABC, 1987. Downpayment on Murder, NBC, 1987. Counselor, A Different Affair, CBS, 1987. Sergeant Thorpe, The Case of the Hillside Stranglers (also known as The Hillside Stranglers), NBC, 1989. Robert Garrick, Grave Secrets: The Legacy of Hilltop Drive (also known as Grave Secrets), CBS, 1992. Fireman, The West Side Waltz, CBS, 1995. Chief surgeon, A Nightmare Come True, CBS, 1997. Detective, You Lucky Dog, The Disney Channel, 1998. Soccer coach, Miracle in Lane 2, The Disney Channel, 2000. 151

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Robert Harris, ⬙Turnabout Dance,⬙ Getting By, ABC, 1993. Chip, ⬙David Goes Skiing,⬙ The Sinbad Show, Fox, 1993. Frank Madison, ⬙All Shook Up,⬙ Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, ABC, 1994. Professor Milligan, ⬙Who’s the Boss?,⬙ The Fresh Prince of Bel–Air, NBC, 1994. Mac Briggs, ⬙T.K.O.,⬙ Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1994. Traffic policeman, ⬙Abalon,⬙ SeaQuest DSV, NBC, 1994. Reporter Ⲇ1, ⬙Graceless under Fire,⬙ Coach, ABC, 1994. Officer Garrett, ⬙Fathers and Suns,⬙ Party of Five, Fox, 1994. Dentist, ⬙The Mom and Pop Store,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1994. The reporter, ⬙Shake, Rattle and Rubble,⬙ Ellen, ABC, 1995. Mac, ⬙Divorce Lawyer,⬙ Deadly Games, UPN, 1995. Dave, ⬙Workshop ’Til You Drop,⬙ Home Improvement, ABC, 1996. Dr. Miller, ⬙There’s No Place Like the Mitchell Home,⬙ Moesha, UPN, 1996. Rescue worker, ⬙Hope against Hope,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 1997. Sergeant Kellogue, ⬙Genesis,⬙ Soldier of Fortune, Inc., syndicated, 1997. Bentley Crocker, ⬙Deadly Games,⬙ Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1997. Zahl, ⬙Year of Hell: Part 1,⬙ Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 1997. ⬙Over the Edge,⬙ The Pretender, NBC, 1997. Winnie’s dad, ⬙Daddy’s Little Girl,⬙ USA High, syndicated, 1998. Copeland, ⬙Homeward Boundaries,⬙ Holding the Baby, Fox, 1998. George Dixon, ⬙Home Court Advantage,⬙ Sister, Sister, The WB, 1998. Dr. Leland Powell, ⬙Welcome to Bernie’s,⬙ The Steve Harvey Show, The WB, 1998. Professor, ⬙The One Where Joey Loses His Insurance,⬙ Friends, NBC, 1999. Serious male judge, ⬙The Brain Game,⬙ Popular, The WB, 2001. Minister, ⬙Willie or Won’t He II: The Last Chapter?,⬙ Girlfriends, UPN, 2002. Mr. Miller, ⬙Little Andy in Charge,⬙ Andy Richter Controls the Universe, Fox, 2002. Judge, ⬙Testimony,⬙ The Guardian, CBS, 2002. Supervisor, ⬙We Two Kings,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 2002.

FITZGERALD, Wilbur (Wilbur T. Fitzgerald) PERSONAL Addresses: Agent—People Store, 2004 Rockledge Rd., Atlanta, GA 30324. Career: Actor. Previously worked as a lawyer. CREDITS Film Appearances: Duane, Chattahoochee, Hemdale Film Corp., 1989. Gurney’s housekeeper, After School (also known as Before God, Private Tutor, and Return to Eden), Academy Entertainment, Inc., 1989. Bob Bosenbeck, Career Opportunities (also known as One Wild Night), 1991. Earnhart, Freejack, Warner Bros., 1992. First assistant director, Pet Semetary II, Paramount, 1992. Rebel with weapons cart, RoboCop 3, Orion, 1993. ⬙Tortured⬙ actor, Radioland Murders, MCA/Universal Home Video, 1994. (As Wilbur T. Fitzgerald) Scientist Ⲇ1, That Darn Cat, Buena Vista, 1997. (As Wilbur T. Fitzgerald) Judge Russo, The Gingerbread Man, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1998. (As Wilbur T. Fitzgerald) Roy, The Legend of Bagger Vance, DreamWorks, 2000. Prosecutor, Leo, 2002. Representative Ⲇ1, The Fighting Temptations, Paramount, 2003. Television Appearances; Series: (As Wilbur T. Fitzgerald) District Attorney Gerard Darnelle, a recurring role, In the Heat of the Night, NBC, 1989–1992 then CBS, 1992–1994. Television Appearances; Specials: ⬙The William Amos Hansen Story,⬙ Unclaimed Fortunes, ABC, 1989. Announcer, An All–Star Tribute to Johnny Cash, TNT, 1999. Television Appearances; Miniseries: (As Wilbur T. Fitzgerald) Talk show host, A Season in Purgatory, 1996. (As Wilbur T. Fitzgerald) Public defender Lenski, Mama Flora’s Family, CBS, 1998.

Also appeared in Code Name: Foxfire, NBC; Downtown, MTV; as voice of Gerald’s dad, ⬙Helga’s Love Potion/Gerald’s Secret,⬙ Hey Arnold! (animated), Nickelodeon; voice of Gerald’s dad, ⬙Tutoring Torvald/ Gerald Comes Over,⬙ Hey Arnold! (animated), Nickelodeon; Henry, Me and the Boys; first FBI, The Preston Episodes; Dick Robbins, Crossing Jordan.

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FLANIGAN Manager—John Carrabino, Catch 23, 100 North Crescent Dr., Suite 323 (some sources cite Unnamed Management, 100 North Crescent Dr., Suite 300), Beverly Hills, CA 90210.

Booth, Vengeance: The Story of Tony Cimo (also known as Vengeance), CBS, 1986. Foreman, Unconquered, CBS, 1989. James Wickstrom, In the Line of Duty: Manhunt in the Dakotas (also known as In the Line of Duty: The Twilight Murders and Midnight Murders), NBC, 1991. (As Wilbur T. Fitzgerald) Reporter Ⲇ1, Stolen Babies, Lifetime, 1993. Silent Victim, 1993. Doctor, A Passion for Justice: The Hazel Brannon Smith Story (also known as Quest for Justice), ABC, 1994. (As Wilbur T. Fitzgerald) Henry Keller, Moment of Truth: Caught in the Crossfire (also known as Caught in the Crossfire), NBC, 1994. (As Wilbur T. Fitzgerald) District Attorney Darnelle, In the Heat of the Night: A Matter of Justice, CBS, 1994. (As Wilbur T. Fitzgerald) District Attorney Darnelle, In the Heat of the Night: Give Me Your Life, CBS, 1994. (As Wilbur T. Fitzgerald) Dist. Atty. Gerard Darnell, In the Heat of the Night: Grow Old along with Me, CBS, 1995. (As Wilbur T. Fitzgerald) Her Deadly Rival, CBS, 1995. Paramedic, Twilight Man, Starz!, 1996. (As Wilbur T. Fitzgerald) Vega, Perfect Crime, USA Network, 1997. (As Wilbur T. Fitzgerald) Mr. Erickson, Flash, CBS, 1997. Foreman, The Price of a Broken Heart, Lifetime, 1999.

Career: Actor. Worked on the editorial staffs of the magazines Interview and Town & Country. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Brian Cordovas (some sources cite Brian Kohler–Voss), Sisters, NBC, 1995–1996. Julian Lodge, First Monday, CBS, 2002. Television Appearances; Movies: Scott Cameron, Deadline for Murder: From the Files of Edna Buchanan, NBC, 1995. Adam Stiles, Tell Me No Secrets, ABC, 1997. Peter Cole, The First to Go, Showtime, 1999. Television Appearances; Episodic: Burt, ⬙Make a Wish,⬙ ER, 1997. Scott Heyman, ⬙From Here to Jerusalem,⬙ Murphy Brown, CBS, 1997. Vince, ⬙Tamara’s Return,⬙ Dawson’s Creek, The WB, 1998. Vince, ⬙Full Moon Rising,⬙ Dawson’s Creek, The WB, 1998. Alex DeMouy, ⬙Meat Market,⬙ Cupid, ABC, 1998. Alex DeMouy, ⬙Pick–up Schticks,⬙ Cupid, ABC, 1998. Alex DeMouy, ⬙Heart of the Matter,⬙ Cupid, ABC, 1998. Alex DeMouy, ⬙The End of an Eros,⬙ Cupid, ABC, 1998. Dr. David Marcus, ⬙Blind Faith,⬙ Providence, NBC, 1999. Dr. David Marcus, ⬙Taste of Providence,⬙ Providence, NBC, 1999. Dr. David Marcus, ⬙You Bet Your Life,⬙ Providence, NBC, 1999. Dr. David Marcus, ⬙Pig in Providence,⬙ Providence, NBC, 1999. Dr. Tom Arquette, ⬙Besieged,⬙ Profiler, NBC, 2000. Dr. Tom Arquette, ⬙Proteus,⬙ Profiler, NBC, 2000. Dr. Tom Arquette, ⬙Paradise Lost,⬙ Profiler, NBC, 2000. Dr. Tom Arquette, ⬙The Long Way Home,⬙ Profiler, NBC, 2000. Detective Claude Martin, ⬙Prey for the Hunter,⬙ Birds of Prey, The WB, 2002. Tobin Hayes, ⬙Damage Control,⬙ Judging Amy, CBS, 2002.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Arthur Kendall, ⬙The Legacy,⬙ Matlock, ABC, 1993. Phillip Canon, ⬙The Conspiracy,⬙ Matlock, ABC, 1993. Clarence Litton, ⬙The Accused,⬙ Matlock, ABC, 1994. (As Wilbur T. Fitzgerald) District Attorney Stans, ⬙The Good, the Bad, and the Irish,⬙ Pointman, 1995. Commander Hayes, ⬙No Fear,⬙ The Cape, 1996. Brad Stanley, ⬙Plague,⬙ Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1996. Also appeared as Schriffren, Crossroads; Phillip Yancey, I’ll Fly Away.

FLANIGAN, Joe PERSONAL Education: University of Colorado, degree in history; trained for the stage at Neighborhood Playhouse, New York City.

Also appeared in The Division. Television Appearances; Pilots: Peter Sherman, Sherman’s March, NBC, 2000. Brendan Dean, Thought Crimes, USA Network, 2003. Jack Philips, 111 Gramercy Park, ABC, 2003.

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Television Appearances; Other: Lionel Thayer, Family Album (miniseries; also known as Danielle Steel’s ⬙Family Album⬙), NBC, 1994. Also appeared in Miami Deadline.

Television Appearances; Series: Laura Spencer Horton, Days of Our Lives (also known as Cruise of Deception: Days of Our Lives, DOOL and Days), NBC, 1976–1980. Sophia Capwell, Santa Barbara, NBC, 1984. Dr. James, General Hospital, ABC, 1992.

Film Appearances: Eric Sayles, A Reason to Believe, Castle Hill, 1995. Jeff, The Other Sister, Buena Vista, 1999. Regis, Silent Men, 2000. Nick Sennett, Farewell to Harry, Clear Pictures/Drop of a Hat/Hat Factory Films/Red Barn Films, 2002.

Television Appearances; Movies: Vivian Patterson, The Brotherhood of the Bell, CBS, 1970. Sybil Towers, The Death of Me Yet, ABC, 1971. Lia Holmes, City beneath the Sea (also known as One Hour to Dommsday), NBC, 1971. (Uncredited) Powderkeg, 1971. Joanna Ferris, Columbo: Murder by the Book, 1971. Judith Lindholm, My Father’s House, ABC, 1975. Loretta Simpson, The Gladiator, 1986. Lady in dress shop, Addicted to His Love (also known as Sisterhood), ABC, 1988. A Friendship in Vienna, Disney Channel, 1988. Judge Helen McCoy, A Case for Murder, USA, 1993. Judge, Abandoned and Deceived, ABC, 1995. Dr. Angela Crane, The Other Woman, 1995.

FORSYTH, Rosemary 1943(?)– (Rosemary Forsythe, Rosemary Forsyth–Yuro) PERSONAL Born July 6, 1943 (some sources say 1944), in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; naturalized U.S. citizen; married first husband (divorced, 1975); married Alan Skip Horwits, 1980; children: (first marriage) one daughter. Addresses: Agent—Gold Liedtke Associates, 3500 W. Olive Ave., Suite 1400, Burbank, CA 91505.

Television Appearances; Specials: Jean Gilbert, A Matter of Time, ABC, 1981.

Career: Actress. Worked as a model. Awards, Honors: Second Place Golden Laurel Award, new faces—female, 1966; Golden Globe Award nomination, most promising female newcomer, 1966, for Shenandoah. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Pilots: Dr. Michael Griffin, Is There a Doctor in the House?, NBC, 1971. Call to Glory, ABC, 1984. Nashville Beat, TNN, 1990. Without a Trace, CBS, 2002.

Film Appearances: Jennie Anderson, Shenandoah, MCA/Universal, 1965. Bronwyn, The War Lord, Universal, 1965. Phoebe Ann Naylor, Texas across the River, Universal, 1966. Diana Mayhew, Where It’s At, United Artists, 1969. Harriet Vaughn, Whatever Happened to Aunt Alice?, Anchor Bay, 1969. Pamela Anders, Some Kind of a Nut, United Artists, 1969. Marion Waltz, How Do I Love Thee?, Cinerama, 1970. (Uncredited) One Little Indian, Buena Vista, 1973. Miss Francis, Black Eye, Warner Bros., 1974. Vickie, Gray Lady Down, Universal, 1978. Mrs. Brady, Exit to Eden, Savoy Pictures, 1994. Stephanie Kaplan, Disclosure, Warner Bros., 1994. Melissa, 1995.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Joan Miller, The Defenders, 1961. ⬙I Wouldn’t Start from Here,⬙ Route 66, CBS, 1963. Miss Harris, ⬙When Good Friends Get Together,⬙ It Takes a Thief, ABC, 1968. Guest panelist, The Hollywood Squares, NBC, 1970. Anne Koster, ⬙Reflections on a Lost Tomorrow,⬙ The Immortal, ABC, 1970. ⬙The War Merchants,⬙ The Name of the Game, NBC, 1970. Leslie Fielding, ⬙Dark So Early, Dark So Long,⬙ Mannix, CBS, 1971. Hannah, ⬙Let the Memories Be Happy Ones,⬙ Longstreet, ABC, 1972. Barbara Bennett, ⬙Deliveries in the Rear,⬙ Night Gallery, NBC, 1972. ⬙Blackout,⬙ Cade’s County, CBS, 1972. 154

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FOX Dr. Edith Strauss, ⬙Painful Cuts,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 2000. Judge Graves, ⬙Pursuit of Loneliness,⬙ Ally McBeal, Fox, 2000. Judy, ⬙Sand and Water,⬙ ER, NBC, 2000. Judge Toft, ⬙Chapter Fifty–One,⬙ Boston Public, Fox, 2002.

Annalisa, Assignment, ABC, 1972. ⬙The Girl from Nowhere,⬙ Mannix, CBS, 1974. Nancy Holbrook, ⬙The Golden Cage,⬙ Petrocelli, NBC, 1974. Ellie, ⬙A Small Beheading,⬙ Kung Fu, ABC, 1974. ⬙Picture of a Shadow,⬙ Mannix, CBS, 1974. Lauralee Bell, ⬙Jesse Who?,⬙ Barbary Coast, CBS, 1975. Ruth Hanley, ⬙The Alpha–Bravo War,⬙ Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1975. ⬙A Deadly Vow,⬙ Petrocelli, NBC, 1975. Michelle St. Clair, ⬙Night of the Strangler,⬙ Charlie’s Angels, ABC, 1976. Guest panelist, The Hollywood Squares, 1977. Elizabeth, ⬙The Usurper,⬙ Vega$, ABC, 1979. Joan Manette, ⬙Christmas Watch,⬙ ChiPs, NBC, 1979. Dr. Melanie Elisabeth Griffin, ⬙Aphrodite/Dr. Jeckyll and Miss Hyde,⬙ Fantasy Island, ABC, 1980. (As Rosemary Forsythe) Ellen, ⬙Dark Side,⬙ The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1980. Margo Glenn, ⬙Chorus Girl/Surrogate Father,⬙ Fantasy Island, ABC, 1981. Joyce Armor, ⬙An Explosive Affair: Parts 1 and 2,⬙ WKRP in Cincinnati, syndicated, 1981. Lillie Burton, ⬙The Songwriter/Queen of the Soaps,⬙ Fantasy Island, ABC, 1983. Margaret Chase, ⬙Legacy from a Friend,⬙ Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1983. Lisa Bannon, ⬙Bail Out,⬙ Simon & Simon, CBS, 1983. ⬙The Move,⬙ Call to Glory, ABC, 1984. Marjorie Flowers, ⬙Breath of Steele,⬙ Remington Steele, NBC, 1984. Anne McFadden, ⬙Legacy of Hate,⬙ Dallas, CBS, 1985. Dr. Andrea Jeffreys Reed, ⬙My Johnny Lies over the Ocean,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. Anne McFadden, ⬙Trial & Error,⬙ Dallas, CBS, 1985. Anne McFadden, ⬙The Verdict,⬙ Dallas, CBS, 1985. Misses Bennetts, ⬙Broken Promises,⬙ Finder of Lost Loves, ABC, 1985. Ellen Lottick, ⬙Reunion at Alcatraz,⬙ Simon & Simon, CBS, 1985. Dr. Paxton, ⬙City of Passion: Parts 1, 2 & 3,⬙ Hunter, NBC, 1987. Ilsa Shoemaker, ⬙New Year’s,⬙ Mr. Belvedere, ABC, 1989. (As Rosemary Forsyth–Yuro) Louise Marie Gilbert, ⬙Belvedere’s Wedding: Parts 1 & 2⬙, Mr. Belvedere, ABC, 1990. Estelle Freelander, ⬙Bite the Big Apple,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1991. Senator Grace Marion, ⬙Black Ops,⬙ JAG, NBC, 1996. Dr. Edith Strauss, ⬙Growing Pains,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 1997. Luther’s ex–wife, ⬙Missing,⬙ Orleans, CBS, 1997. Alzen, ⬙Scientific Method,⬙ Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 1997. ⬙Sleeping Dogs,⬙ Nothing Sacred, ABC, 1998. Merrill, ⬙Valet Girl,⬙ Dharma & Greg, ABC, 1998. Phyllis Bergold, ⬙Nate Expectations,⬙ L.A. Doctors, CBS, 1998. ⬙The Question,⬙ Chicken Soup for the Soul, PAX, 2000.

Also appeared on Providence.

FOX, Colin (Colin R. Fox) PERSONAL Married; wife’s name, Carol; children: Sarah. Education: Attended National Theatre School of Canada. Career: Actor and voice artist. Worked as an announcer at CBS Montreal and as a classical music host for CJAD, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; has narrated audio books. Awards, Honors: Canadian Film Award, best performance by a lead actor in a non–feature, 1971, for Durham and the Two Nations. CREDITS Film Appearances: Ormsby, The Reincarnate, International Film Distributors, 1971. Durham and the Two Nations, c. 1971. The Discoverers, National Film Board of Canada, 1972. Freddie, My Pleasure Is My Business (also known as Die Heisseste Frau der Welt), Brian Distributing, 1974. American businessman, Eclair au chocolat (also known as Chocolate Eclair), Les Films Mutuals, 1979. Dr. Alderman, Murder by Phone (also known as Bells, The Calling, and Hell’s Bells), New World Pictures, 1980. Arthur Herriot, Silence of the North, Universal, 1981. Ming the Merciless, A Christmas Story, Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1983. Maitre d’, Covergirl (also known as Dreamworld), New World Pictures, 1984. Arthur Mudgin, Real Inside, National Film Board of Canada, 1985. Canada’s Sweetheart: The Saga of Hal C. Banks, National Film Board of Canada, 1985. Voice of wizard, The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland (animated), Cineplex–Odeon, 1987. 155

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Arthur Prince, Biographies: The Enigma of Bobby Bittman, 1988. Theo, Lady in the Corner, NBC, 1989. Brad Monroe, In Defense of a Married Man, ABC, 1990. Doctor, Descending Angel, HBO, 1990. Dr. Quintard, Mark Twain and Me, Disney Channel, 1991. The preacher, A Little Piece of Heaven, NBC, 1991. Richard, In the Eyes of a Stranger, CBS, 1992. Dr. Hatch, Partners ⬘n Love, syndicated, 1992. Dr. Roche, Bonds of Love, CBS, 1993. Laffin, Dieppe, CBC, 1993. Professor Rhodes, Deadbolt (also known as 3:15 a Time for Dying), 1993. Judge Boland, Sins of Silence, CBS, 1996. Lord Elgin, Captive Heart: The James Mink Story, CBS, 1996. Windsor Protocol (also known as Jack Higgins’ Windsor Protocol), Showtime, 1996. Ezra, End of Summer, Showtime, 1996. Bishop McCarthy, The Haunting of Lisa, Lifetime, 1996. Sir Harold, Elvis Meets Nixon, Showtime, 1997. State Senator Jonathan Hoover, Let Me Call You Sweetheart (also known as Mary Higgins Clark’s ⬙Let Me Call You Sweetheart⬙), Family Channel, 1997. Fritz Brenner, The Golden Spiders: A Nero Wolfe Mystery, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. The devil, Angels in the Infield, ABC, 2000. John Quincy Adams, Enslavement: The True Story of Fanny Kemble, Showtime, 2000. Walsh, Dirty Pictures, Showtime, 2000. Doctor Lovick, A House Divided, Showtime, 2000. Nedermayer, Phantom of the Megaplex, Disney Channel, 2000. Joshua L. Simonson, The Last Debate, Showtime, 2000. Cal Weebs, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Showtime, 2001. King Leo, Prince Charming, TNT, 2001. Frederick Rankin, Drive Time Murders, 2001. Richard Lawton, America’s Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story, TBS, 2003. Baron Titus Cawdor, Deathlands (also known as Deathlands: Homeward Bound), Sci–Fi Channel, 2003. Dr. Richard Morelli, Webs, Sci–Fi Channel, 2003.

Television Appearances; Series: Jean Paul Desmond/Jacques Eloi Des Mondes, Strange Paradise, CBC, beginning 1969. Voice of King Harkinian, The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!, syndicated, NBC, 1989–1991. Fritz Brenner, A Nero Wolfe Mystery (also known as Nero Wolfe), Arts and Entertainment, beginning 2001. Also appeared as Mr. Arthur Howie, The Adventures of Shirley Holmes; and as Professor Anton Hendricks, Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal, syndicated, for four years.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Acker, A Man Called Intrepid, NBC, 1979. Axel Wenner–Gren, Passion and Paradise, ABC, 1989. Jim Pex, Small Sacrifices, ABC, 1989. Dangerfield, Conspiracy of Silence, CBC and CBS, 1991. Joe Bembenek, Woman on the Run: The Lawrencia Bembenek Story (also known as Woman on Trial: The Lawrencia Bembenek Story), NBC, 1993. Lord Henry, Return to Lonesome Dove, CBS, 1993. Samuel Langley, The Sound and the Silence, TNT and CTV, 1993. Priest, Blauvogel (also known as Bluehawk), 1994.

Television Appearances; Movies: Aramis, The Three Musketeers, 1969. Tom Sawyer (also known as Adventures of Tom Sawyer), 1973. Leonard Zimmerman, The War between the Tates, 1977. Voice of narrator, The Prophet from Pugwash, 1978. A Whale for the Killing, ABC, 1981. 156

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FRANCIS Senator Woodman, ⬙New Directions,⬙ Wind at My Back, 1999. Voice of professor, Rupert, 1999. Christian World News, 2000. Gelman, ⬙Getting Out of Reverse,⬙ Nikita, USA Network, 2000. Hans Lubeck, ⬙Last of the Mochicas,⬙ Relic Hunter, syndicated, 2000. Dr. Chaim Rosenweig, ⬙Left Behind: The Movie,⬙ Left Behind: The TV Series, 2000. Charles, ⬙The Switch,⬙ The Zack Files, Fox Family and ITV, 2001. Charles, ⬙Dinner with Grandpa,⬙ The Zack Files, Fox Family and ITV, 2001.

Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal, Hiroshima, Showtime, 1995. Westchester priest, Master Spy: The Robert Hanssen Story, CBS, 2002. Isreal Porter, Salem Witch Trials, CBS, 2002. Television Appearances; Specials: Narrator, Old before Their Time (documentary), Discovery Channel, 1998. Voice, Quest for the Lost Tribes (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙The Defector,⬙ The Equalizer, CBS, 1985. Bishop, ⬙The Cup,⬙ The Equalizer, CBS, 1986. Father Brandan, ⬙Shadowsight,⬙ Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1986. Dr. Peter Marcheson, ⬙Star Struck,⬙ Street Legal, CBC, 1987. Le Croix, ⬙Poison Pen,⬙ Friday the 13th, syndicated, 1987. Victor Stouts, ⬙If the Shoe Fits,⬙ Alfred Hitchcock Presents, 1987. Dr. Herman Vandenburg, ⬙Murder Party,⬙ Alfred Hitchcock Presents, 1988. Sylvan, ⬙Tails I Live, Heads You Die,⬙ Friday the 13th, syndicated, 1988. ⬙All Bets Off,⬙ Diamonds, CBS, 1988. Mueller, ⬙The Butcher,⬙ Friday the 13th, syndicated, 1989. Edward Edison, ⬙The 10th Anniversary Special,⬙ Maniac Mansion, The Family Channel, 1990. Edward Edison, ⬙Money Dearest,⬙ Maniac Mansion, The Family Channel, 1991. Edward Edison, ⬙The New Look,⬙ Maniac Mansion, The Family Channel, 1991. (As Colin R. Fox) Peter Martin, ⬙In Memory Of,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1991. Sandy Ferguson, ⬙Pressure,⬙ E.N.G., Lifetime and CTV, 1992. Priest, ⬙For I Have Sinned,⬙ Forever Knight, CBS, 1992. Edward Edison, ⬙The Prince’s Broad,⬙ Maniac Mansion, The Family Channel, 1992. Galeleo Dale, ⬙Tug of War,⬙ Road to Avonlea, The Disney Channel, 1993. The man from the other side, ⬙The Yellow Chamber,⬙ Matrix, USA Network, 1993. Harold, ⬙Guerrilla in My Midst,⬙ The Mighty Jungle, The Family Channel, 1994. Hammersmith, ⬙Sisters in Crime,⬙ Robocop, syndicated, 1994. Ray Lawson, ⬙The Tale of Train Magic,⬙ Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Nickelodeon, 1995. Dr. Alex Nystrom, ⬙Near Death,⬙ Forever Knight, syndicated, 1995. Shopkeeper, ⬙The Haunted Mask: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Goosebumps (also known as Ultimate Goosebumps), Fox, 1995.

Also appeared as voice of Uncle Neptune/Mr. Wiggins, Henry’s World (animated); Walter Telford, High Hopes, CBC; Dan Pride, House of Pride; voice of King Harkinian in ⬙Fairies in the Spring,⬙ ⬙Sing for the Unicorn,⬙ ⬙That Sinking Feeling,⬙ and ⬙The White Knight,⬙ episodes of The Legend of Zelda (animated); voice of Mr. Hinkle, My Pet Monster (animated), ABC; voice of large head, The NeverEnding Story (also known as Die Unendliche Geschichte); voice of Uatu, the watcher, The Silver Surfer (animated), Fox Kids; and additional voices for WILD Cats (animated). Stage Appearances: Sir Nathaniel, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Circle Repertory Company, Circle Repertory Theatre, 1984. Craig, Anteroom, Playwrights Horizons, 1985. Also appeared in Tiny Alice, Crest Theatre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Pack of Lies, Broadway production; Henry VI; and narrator for the musicals Hansel and Gretel and Peter and the Wolf.

FRANCIS, Andrew PERSONAL Career: Actor and voice performer. CREDITS Film Appearances: Voice of blue fish, The Rainbow Fish, 1992. First bully boy, Breaking the Surface: The Greg Louganis Story, USA Network, 1997. Voice of Sammy, Sammy the Squirrel, 1998. Voice of Dilandau for English version, Escaflowne (anime; also known as Escaflowne: The Movie and Escaflowne the Movie: A Girl in Gaea), Bandai Entertainment, 2002. 157

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Matty at age thirteen, Knockaround Guys, New Line Cinema, 2002. Fenster Droog, Agent Cody Banks, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 2003. Ken at age sixteen, Baby Geniuses 2: Superbabies, Columbia, 2003.

Appeared as Andrew ⬙Drew,⬙ Charlie Horse Music Pizza, PBS; and as Andrew, Lamb Chop’s Play–Along, PBS; voices of Young Van, Gatti, Dallet, and Guimel for various episodes of Escaflowne (anime; also known as FoxKids’ Escaflowne, Vision of Escaflowne, and Tenkuu no Escaflowne), Fox Kids.

Television Appearances; Movies: (Uncredited) Paul Kenneth Keller, Not Our Son, CBS, 1995. Dylan McLean, The Spring, NBC, 2000. Brad, Epicenter (also known as Epicentre), UPN, 2000.

Television Work; Pilots: Miles McCutchen, NASCAR Racers: The Movie, Fox, 1999. Television Work; Series: Additional voices, Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (anime; also known as Gundam Wing), Cartoon Network, 2000.

Television Appearances; Series: Voice of Genki, Monster Farm: Enbanseki no himitsu (anime; also known as Monster Farmer and Monster Rancher), syndicated, 1999–2000. Voice of Dilandau Albantau, Escaflowne (anime; also known as FoxKids’ Escaflowne, Vision of Escaflowne, and Tenkuu no Escaflowne), Fox Kids, 2000. Voice of Bobby Drake (Iceman), X–Men: Evolution, The WB, 2001–2002.

Performed additional voices for CardCaptors, The WB; Mummies Alive!, syndicated; Sabrina the Animated Series (also known as Sabrina), ABC; and Weird–Ohs. RECORDINGS Anime Videos; English Versions: Voice of Toshihiko, Key the Metal Idol, Viz Video, 1997. Voice of first kid, Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge (also known as Vampire Hunter), Viz Video, 1998. Voice of Sardine, Trouble Chocolate, Viz Video, 2002. Voices of thug and young Shiro, The Soul Taker, Pioneer Animation, 2002. Voices of Hiten and Tsuyu’s Lord, Inu Yasha, Viz Video, 2002. Voice of Tokio Oshima, Chikyu shojo Arjuna (also known as Arjuna), Bandai Entertainment, 2002. Voice of MegaMan, Megaman: NT Warrior (also known as Rockman.exe), Sho Pro, 2003.

Appeared in the series The Marshal; as Miles McCutchen, NASCAR Racers, Fox; and as Ryan the Karate Kid, Super Dave’s All Stars, YTV and syndicated; voices of Templeton Storm and Tempest, Action Man, Fox; voice of Zach Nichols, Adventures from the Book of Virtues (also known as The Book of Virtues), PBS; voice of Wayne Green, Alienators: The Evolution Continues (also known as Evolution: The Animated Series), Fox; voice of Nakki guys, Brain Powered; voice of Zachary, CardCaptors, The WB; voice of Julian, Cybersix, Fox Kids; voice of Dende, Dragon Ball Z (anime; also known as DBZ), Showtime and syndicated; voice of Dylan, Extreme Dinosaurs, syndicated; voice of Kemp, Generation O!, The WB; voice of Prince Nata, Monkey Magic, syndicated; voice of Richie, Robocop: Alpha Commando and RoboCop: The Animated Series, syndicated; voice of Billy, Transformers: Armada (also known as The Super Living–Robot Transformer the Legend of Micron), Cartoon Network; and voice of Buddy, What about Mimi?

Voice of Sailor Sunstar for Digimon Tamers. Many of these titles were broadcast originally in Japanese as television series.

FRANK, Sandy

Television Appearances; Episodic: Boy, ⬙Death Warrant,⬙ Dead Man’s Gun, Showtime, 1997. Billy, ⬙Seven and One,⬙ Millennium, Fox, 1999. Tony, ⬙Gaslight,⬙ Poltergeist: The Legacy, Showtime, Sci–Fi Channel, and syndicated, 1999. Russell, ⬙Banglebye,⬙ So Weird, The Disney Channel, 2000. Male X6–314, ⬙Bag ’Em,⬙ Dark Angel, Fox, 2001. Young Marcus, ⬙Man of Iron, Woman under Glass,⬙ Jeremiah, Showtime, 2002. Young Marcus, ⬙Firewall,⬙ Jeremiah, Showtime, 2002. Brian, ⬙Into the Light,⬙ The Twilight Zone, 2003.

PERSONAL Married; wife’s name, Pam. Addresses: Office—Sandy Frank Entertainment, 954 Lexington Ave., Suite 255, New York, NY 10021. Career: Producer, writer, and executive. Sandy Frank Entertainment, New York City, chair. 158

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Awards, Honors: Emmy awards, outstanding writing in a variety or music program (with others), 1985, 1986, and 1987, all for Late Night with David Letterman.

Television Series: Writer for the series Late Night with David Letterman, NBC, 1980s.

CREDITS

Television Specials: (Contributor) David Letterman’s 2nd Annual Holiday Film Festival, NBC, 1986. Late Night with David Letterman Fifth Anniversary Show, NBC, 1987. Action Family, Cinemax, 1987.

Television Work; Series: Senior executive producer, You Asked for It, syndicated, 1983. Executive story editor, The Fresh Prince of Bel–Air, NBC, c. 1990. Executive producer (with Matt Wickline), Martin, Fox, beginning 1993. Creator and executive producer, The Other Side, NBC, 1994. Co–executive producer, Misery Loves Company, Fox, 1995. Executive producer, The Clinic, Comedy Central, 1995. Co–executive producer, The Jamie Foxx Show, The WB, 1996–1997. Executive producer, You Asked for It!, NBC, 1999. Executive producer, Name That Video, VH1, 2001. Coproducer, Mister Sterling, NBC, 2003.

ADAPTATIONS The television special FDR: A One Man Show (also known as Chris Elliott’s FDR: A One Man Show), broadcast by Cinemax in 1986, was based on a story by Franks.

FRANKLIN, Don 1960– PERSONAL

Also worked as story editor for the series Working Girl, NBC.

Born December 14, 1960, in Chicago, IL; son of Donald and Dorothy Jean Franklin; married Sheila Burke. Education: Studied with Soren Kirk at Zephyr Theatre, and with Dan LaMarte at Training Center of the Working Actor; studied voice with Robert Berthold and Joel Ewing. Avocational Interests: Travel.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Peter Leonard, ⬙The Lucky Charm,⬙ The Fresh Prince of Bel–Air, NBC, 1991. WRITINGS

Career: Actor. Chicago Repertory Ensemble, Chicago, IL, soloist and principal dancer; also performed at Goodman Theatre and Court Theatre, both Chicago.

Television Episodes: ⬙Kiss My Butler,⬙ The Fresh Prince of Bel–Air, NBC, 1990. (With Rita Rogers Blye) ⬙Courting Disaster,⬙ The Fresh Prince of Bel–Air, NBC, 1990. ⬙Nice Lady,⬙ The Fresh Prince of Bel–Air, NBC, 1991. (With Matt Wickline) ⬙Do You Remember the Time?,⬙ Martin, Fox, 1993. (With Wickline) ⬙Hollywood Swinging,⬙ Martin, Fox, 1993. (With Wickline) ⬙Yours, Mine, and Ours,⬙ Martin, Fox, 1994. ⬙Stuck on You,⬙ The Jamie Foxx Show, The WB, 1996. ⬙Act Like You Love Me,⬙ The Jamie Foxx Show, The WB, 1997. ⬙The Employee Formerly Known As Prince,⬙ The Jamie Foxx Show, The WB, 1997. MADtv, Fox, multiple episodes, 1999. (With Paul Haggis) ⬙Human Error,⬙ Mister Sterling, NBC, 2003.

Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Actors’ Equity Association. Awards, Honors: Joseph Jefferson Award nomination, best actor, for The Middle of Nowhere in the Middle of the Night. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Officer Alex Wheeler, Nasty Boys, NBC, 1990. Noah Dixon, The Young Riders, ABC, 1990–1992. Commander Jonathan Ford, SeaQuest DSV (also known as SeaQuest 2032), NBC, 1993–1996. Captain Craig Donovan, Seven Days (also known as 7 Days and Seven Days: The Series), UPN, 1998. Stan Wright, a recurring role, Girlfriends, UPN, 2001–2002.

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Appeared as Calvin Garvey in Knightwatch, syndicated. FRYE, Soleil Moon 1976– Television Appearances; Pilots: Alex Wheeler, Nasty Boys, NBC, 1989. Commander Jonathan Ford, SeaQuest DSV, NBC, 1993. Captain Craig Donovan, Seven Days, UPN, 1998.

PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Movies: Kill or Be Killed, NBC, 1990. Detective Collins, Fight for Justice: The Nancy Conn Story, NBC, 1995.

Born August 6, 1976, in Glendora, CA (some sources say Glendale, CA); daughter of Virgil Frye (an actor) and Sondra Peluce (a talent manager and caterer); half– sister of Meeno Peluce (an actor and director) and Sean Frye (an actor); married Jason Goldberg (a producer), October 25, 1998. Education: Attended New School University for one year. Religion: Jewish.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Ben Dodd, Asteroid, NBC, 1997.

Addresses: Agent—Don Buchwald & Associates, 6500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 2200, Los Angeles, CA 90048; William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Greg Martinson, ⬙Denise Gets an Opinion,⬙ The Cosby Show, NBC, 1987. Tim McAllister, ⬙Dark Rain,⬙ The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 1997. Paul Hager, ⬙The Lung and the Restless,⬙ Chicago Hope, Fox, 1997. Dexter Knight, ⬙He’s the One,⬙ Living Single, Fox, 1997. Dexter Knight, ⬙Three Men and a Buckeye,⬙ Living Single, Fox, 1997. Shelby, ⬙He Ain’t Heavy, He’s Dee’s Brother,⬙ Moesha, UPN, 1998. Adrian ⬙A. J.⬙ Jenner, ⬙Melt Down,⬙ The District, CBS, 2001. Adrian ⬙A. J.⬙ Jenner, ⬙Ella Mae,⬙ The District, CBS, 2003.

Career: Actress, director, and screenwriter. Began acting at the age of two; appeared in magazine ad for Showstyle, 2001. Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award nominations, best young actress in a television series, 1985, 1988, Young Artist Award, best young actress starring in a television series, 1986, Young Artist Award nomination (with others), best animation voice–over group, 1988, Young Artist Award, best young actress—voice–over role, 1989, all for Punky Brewster; Young Artist Award nomination, best young actress guest starring in a syndicated family comedy, drama, or special, 1989, for Mickey’s 60th Birthday.

Film Appearances: Tourist in Hall of History, Somewhere in Time, Universal, 1980. Michael Stafford, Fast Forward, Columbia, 1985. Kevin, Moving, Warner Bros., 1988. Todd Marvin, The Big Picture, Columbia, 1989.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Penelope ⬙Punky⬙ Brewster (title role), Punky Brewster, NBC, then syndicated, 1984–1987. Voice of title role, It’s Punky Brewster (animated; also known as Punky Brewster), NBC, then syndicated, 1985–1989. Tyler McKay, Cadets, ABC, 1988. Herself, Girl Talk, 1989. Sonya, Where’s Rodney?, 1990. Roxie King, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (also known as Sabrina Goes to College and Sabrina), The WB, 2000–2003. Voice of Zoey, The Proud Family (animated), The Disney Channel, 2001.

Stage Appearances: Appeared in The Amen Corner, Lincoln Center Theatre, New York City; and in The Middle of Nowhere in the Middle of the Night, Chicago, IL; also appeared in productions of A Chorus Line, Dealing, Kismet, The Life of Bessie Smith, One Shining Moment, Pippin, Playboy of the West Indies, The Tempest, and West Memphis Mojo. OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Movies: Mary Elizabeth, Missing Children: A Mother’s Story, CBS, 1982. Linda Fray, Who Will Love My Children?, ABC, 1983. Chrissie Winslow, Invitation to Hell, ABC, 1984.

Periodicals: Cult Times, December, 2001, pp. 38–41. TV Zone, January, 2000, pp. 24–26. Xpose, June, 2000, pp. 40–42. 160

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Second Elizabeth Kovacs, Ernie Kovacs: Between the Laughter, ABC, 1984. Minerva, You Ruined My Life, ABC, 1987. Peggy, head cheerleader, Summertime Switch, ABC, 1994. Laura, Roger Corman Presents Piranha (also known as Piranha), 1995. Emily DeCapprio, The Secret (also known as The Killing Secret), NBC, 1997. Kyra Thompson, I’ve Been Waiting for You, NBC, 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Herself, I Love the ’80s, 2002.

Also appeared as Robin, Guys Like Us, UPN; guest, Teen Win, Lose or Draw, The Disney Channel; voice, Johnny Bravo (animated), Cartoon Network.

Television Appearances; Specials: Andy Williams and the NBC Kids Search for Santa, NBC, 1985. The 37th Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards, 1985. The NBC All–Star Hour, NBC, 1985. The Night of 100 Stars II, ABC, 1985. Punky Brewster, Alvin Goes Back to School, NBC, 1986. NBC’s 60th Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1986. Disney’s Golden Anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, NBC, 1987. Host, Here’s to You, Mickey Mouse, The Disney Channel, 1988. The Hollywood Christmas Parade, syndicated, 1988, 1989. Tina, Choose Your Own Adventure: The Case of the Silk King, ABC, 1992. Holidays with the Stars, E! Entertainment Television, 2000. Intimate Portrait: Melissa Joan Hart, Lifetime, 2003.

Film Appearances: Gigi, The Liar’s Club, New Horizon Picture Corp., 1993. Julia, The St. Tammany Miracle, 1994. Marcie, Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings (also known as Pumpkinhead 2: The Demon Returns), 1994. Sharon Stewart, Twisted Love, 1995. Becky Hanson, Mind Games, Brimstone Productions, 1996. Herself, The Best of Ed’s Night Party, 1996. Agent Kyle Rivers, Motel Blue, 1997. Wild Horses (also known as Lunch Time Special), 1998. Casey, The Girls’ Room, 1999. Alissa, Alex in Wonder, 2001.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Samantha, Little Shots, NBC, 1983. Tyler McKay, Cadets, ABC, 1988. Sonia, Where’s Rodney?, NBC, 1990. Robin, Grown Ups, ABC, 1999. Voice of Sally Chaffe, Clayton, UPN, 2001.

Stage Appearances: Appeared in Orestes/I Murdered My Mother, Los Angeles.

Film Work: (With brother Meeno Peluce) Director, Wild Horses (also known as Lunch Time Special), 1998.

RECORDINGS

Television Appearances; Episodic: The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, 1984. Terry Harris, ⬙Sam’s New Pal,⬙ Diff’rent Strokes, 1985. Princess Moon, ⬙The Perils of Punky: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Punky Brewster, 1985. Charlene, ⬙She’s Not Wild about Harry,⬙ The Law and Harry McGraw, 1988. Mimi Detweiler, ⬙Growing Up,⬙ The Wonder Years, ABC, 1990. Voice of Amanda Duff, ⬙Take Elmyra Please,⬙ Tiny Toon Adventures (animated), 1992. Robin, ⬙Screech’s Spaghetti Sauce,⬙ Saved by the Bell (also known as Good Morning, Miss Bliss), NBC, 1992. Voice of Amanda Duff, ⬙Grandma’s Dead,⬙ Tiny Toon Adventures (animated), 1992.

Video Games: Voice of Marcie, Bloodwings: Pumpkinhead’s Revenge, 1995. WRITINGS Screenplays: Wild Horses (also known as Lunch Time Special), 1998. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, April 26, 1993, pp. 82–84. 161

G Sybil Radzinsky, My X–Girlfriend’s Wedding Reception (also known as The Wedding Band), Premiere Attractions, 2001. Gloria Hemple, Adventures in Home Schooling, 2002.

GAFFNEY, Mo 1958– PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Series: Taffy Turner, The Full Wax, BBC1, 1991–1994. Host, Women Aloud, 1992–1995. Host, The Mo Show, syndicated, 1993. Dr. Sheila Kleinman, a recurring role, Mad about You, NBC, 1997–1999. Elizabeth, Normal, Ohio, Fox, 2000. Joanne Stupac, a recurring role, That ’70s Show, Fox, 2001—. Run of the House, The WB, 2003.

Original name, Maureen E. Gaffney; born November 5, 1958, in San Diego, CA; children: Jake. Addresses: Agent—Stone Manners Agency, 8436 West Third St., Ⲇ740, Los Angeles, CA 90048; International Creative Management, 40 West 57th St., New York, NY 10019; International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actress, comedienne, writer, and producer. Formed comedy team with Kathy Najimy.

Television Appearances; Movies: Bo, Absolutely Fabulous: The Last Shout, Comedy Central, 1997. Lydia Stone, Jailbait, MTV, 2000.

Awards, Honors: Obie Award, for Parallel Lives; CableACE Awards, best comedy special and best performance in a comedy special, both for Kathy and Mo: The Dark Side; two CableACE Award nominations, for Women Aloud!

Television Appearances; Pilots: Mrs. Connelly, 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, ABC, 2002.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Specials: The Kathy & Mo Show: Parallel Lives, HBO, 1991. Taffy Turner, The Full Wax, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. Host, Let’s Make Sure Everybody Eats ’95, Food Network, 1995. Kathy and Mo: The Dark Side, HBO, 1995. Intimate Portrait: Kathy Najimy, Lifetime, 2000. Bo, Absolutely Fabulous New York Special, Comedy Central, 2003.

Film Appearances: Maureen, State of Grace, Orion, 1990. Harriet, Other People’s Money, Warner Bros., 1991. Travelers aide—New Jersey, Bogus, Warner Bros., 1996. Sheila Ricks, The Shot, Bread & Water Productions, 1996. Rachel, Inconceivable, Curb Entertainment, 1998. Mrs. Bromley, Happy, Texas, Miramax, 1999. Paranoid woman, The Out–of–Towners, Paramount, 1999. The Basement and the Kitchen, 1999. Terry Macy, state pageant, Drop Dead Gorgeous (also known as Gnadenlos schoen), New Line Cinema, 1999.

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GAINSBOURG Also appeared in The Vagina Monologues, Westside Theatre (Downstairs), New York City. WRITINGS Television Series; Special Material Writer: She TV, ABC, 1994. Television Specials: (With Kathy Najimy) The Kathy & Mo Show: Parallel Lives, HBO, 1991. (With others) The Full Wax, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. (With Najimy) Kathy and Mo: The Dark Side, HBO, 1995. Stage Plays: (With Kathy Najimy) The Further Adventures of Kathy and Mo, produced at McGinn–Cazale Theatre, New York City, 1986. (With Najimy) Kathy & Mo: Parallel Lives, produced off–Broadway, 1988–1989. Screenplays: Wrote (with Kathy Najimy) Bus Plunge and (with others) The Lemon Sisters. OTHER SOURCES Electronic: Mo Gaffney Official Site, http://www.mogaffney.com, May 30, 2003.

GAINSBOURG, Charlotte 1971– Also appeared in London Underground. PERSONAL

Television Work; Series: Coproducer, Women Aloud, Comedy Central, 1992. Executive producer, The Mo Show, syndicated, 1993.

Born July 22, 1971, in London, England; daughter of Serge Gainsbourg (an actor, composer, director, and screenwriter) and Jane Birkin (an actress, director, and screenwriter); children: (with Yvan Attal, an actor and director) Ben, Alice Jane.

Television Co–Executive Producer; Specials: Kathy and Mo: The Dark Side, HBO, 1995. Stage Appearances: The Further Adventures of Kathy and Mo, McGinn– Cazale Theatre, New York City, 1986. Kathy & Mo: Parallel Lives, Westside Theatre (Downstairs), New York City, 1988–1989. Jim/Sarah, The Mineola Twins, Laura Pels Theatre, New York City, 2000.

Addresses: Agent—Artmedia, 20 Avenue Rapp, 75007 Paris, France; Voyez Mon Agent, 10 avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France; William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. 163

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Awards, Honors: Cesar Award, most promising young actress, Academie des Arts et Techniques du Cinema, 1985, for L’effrontee; Cesar Award nomination, best actress, 1989, for La petite voleuse; Cesar Award nomination, best actress, 1996, for Love, etc.; Cesar Award, best supporting actress, 2000, for La buche.

Charlotte, Ma femme est une actrice (also known as My Wife Is an Actress), Sony Pictures Classics, 2001. Voice, La merveilleuse odyssee de l’idiot Toboggan, 2002. Title role, Anna M., 2002. 21 Grams, Universal, 2003.

CREDITS

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Marie Claude Vaillant–Courtier, Nuremberg, TNT, 2000. Fantine, Les miserables (also known as Les miserables—Gefangene des Schicksals), French television, 2000, then Fox Family, 2001.

Film Appearances: Charlotte, Paroles et musique (also known as Love Songs and Words and Music), 7 Films Cinema, 1984. The child, La tentation d’Isabelle (also known as The Temptation of Isabelle), Strada Films, 1985. Charlotte Castang, L’effrontee (also known as Charlotte and Lulu and An Impudent Girl), Oliane Productions, 1985. Charlotte, Charlotte Forever, GPFI, 1986. Lucy, Kung Fu Master (also known as Le petit amour), Heritage Entertainment/Prism Entertainment, 1987. Herself, Jane B. par Agnes V. (documentary; also known as Jane B. by Agnes V., Agnes V. sur Jane B., A.V. sur J.B., Jane B. for Agnes V., and Jane B. sur Agnes V.), 1987. Janine Castang, La petite voleuse (also known as The Little Thief), Orly Films, 1989. Juliette Mangin, Aux yeux du monde (also known as Autobus and In the Eyes of the World), France 3 Cinema, 1990. Matilda, Il sole anche di notte (also known as Night Sun, Nachtsoone, Le soleil meme la nuit, and Sunshine, Even by Night), Sara Film, 1990. Contre l’oubli (also known as Against Oblivion, Lest We Forget, and Ecrire contre l’oubli), Amnesty International, 1991. Camille, Merci la vie (also known as Thank You, Life and Thanks for Life), Orly Films, 1991. Marie, L’amoureuse (also known as Lover), Films A2, 1992. Julie, The Cement Garden (also known as Der Zementgarden), October Films, 1993. Herself, Grosse fatigue (also known as Dead Tired), Miramax, 1994. De Serge Gainsbourg a Gainsbarre de 1958–1991, 1994. Title role, Jane Eyre (also known as Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre), Miramax, 1996. Title role, Anna Oz, Athena Films, 1996. Marie, Love, etc., Aliceleo, 1996. Catherine Girad, The Intruder, CTV International, 1999. Milla, La buche (also known as Season’s Beatings), Empire Pictures, 1999. Alice Almeida, Passionnement (also known as Passionately), Ocean Films, 2000. Lola, Felix et Lola (also known as The Fun of the Fair and Felix and Lola), Pathe, 2000.

Television Appearances; Specials: Herself, Un jour dans la vie du cinema francais, 2002. Television Appearances; Episodic: Herself, Tout le monde en parle, 2001. RECORDINGS Singles: Recorded the single ⬙Lemon Zest.⬙

GALE, Lorena PERSONAL Career: Actress. CREDITS Television Appearances; Movies: Clinic staffer, Choices, ABC, 1986. Joice Heth, Barnum, CBS, 1986. Gloria, Miles to Go..., CBS, 1986. Second officer, The Return of the Shaggy Dog, ABC, 1987. Emily’s mother, The Liberators, ABC, 1987. God Bless the Child, ABC, 1988. Young nurse, I Love You Perfect, ABC, 1989. Janet, A Mother’s Justice, NBC, 1991. Waitress, To Grandmother’s House We Go, ABC, 1992. Susan Harris, Judgment Day: The John List Story, CBS, 1993. Second clerk, Dying to Remember, USA Network, 1993. Donna, Betrayal of Trust (also known as Under the Influence), NBC, 1994. Third nurse, Sin & Redemption, CBS, 1994. 164

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Orkin, The Disappearance of Vonnie, CBS, 1994. Trailer park manager, Don’t Talk to Strangers, USA Network, 1994. Nancy, Fighting for My Daughter, ABC, 1995. Sergeant Wilson, Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story (also known as Serving in Silence), NBC, 1995. Dakota Peal, Circumstances Unknown, USA Network, 1995. Appeals judge, Deadlocked: Escape from Zone 14 (also known as Deadlock 2), Fox, 1995. Carole Benisek, Broken Trust (also known as Court of Honor), TNT, 1995. Brenda, The Surrogate, ABC, 1995. Rita and Ghost of Christmas Present, Ebbie, TNT, 1995. Anne Keifer, Jack Reed: One of Our Own, NBC, 1995. Anne Keifer, Jack Reed: A Killer among Us, NBC, 1996. Foster mother, Kidz in the Wood, NBC, 1996. Anita, Maternal Instincts, USA Network, 1996. Nurse, Echo, ABC, 1997. Eve, Volcano: Fire on the Mountain (also known as Fire on the Mountain), ABC, 1997. Jerry, Married to a Stranger, The Family Channel, 1997. Cheryl Drew, Indefensible: The Truth about Edward Brannigan (also known as A Father’s Betrayal), CBS, 1997. Rosaleen, Ellen Foster, CBS, 1997. Judge Marriette Edwards, A Marriage of Convenience (also known as Un mariage de convenance), Lifetime, 1998. Mrs. Ready, Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century, The Disney Channel, 1999. Mrs. Flowers, Behind the Mask, CBS, 1999. Mrs. Brewster, Our Guys: Outrage at Glen Ridge (also known as Outrage in Glen Ridge), ABC, 1999. Dr. Carlyle, Love Lessons, CBS, 2000. Surgeon general, Runaway Virus, ABC, 2000. Mrs. Owens, Holiday Heart, Showtime, 2000. Bernice, The Sports Pages, Showtime, 2001. Ms. Lilly, Twice upon a Christmas, PAX, 2001. D. A. Clarkson, Shadow Realm, Sci–Fi Channel, 2002. Ms. Lange, Mr. St. Nick, ABC, 2002.

Also appeared as third patient in an episode of Birdland; in Camp Candy; and as Leona Rice, The Commish. Television Appearances; Other: Mona Haynes, Whattley by the Bay (pilot), CBS, 1988. Voice performer for the series Hurricanes. Film Appearances: First nurse, Visiting Hours (also known as The Fright, Get Well Soon, and Terreur a l’hopital central), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1982. Darke Inge, The Hotel New Hampshire, Orion, 1984. Scooter, Wild Thing, Atlantic Releasing, 1987. Drama Hotel servant, La ligne de chaleur, 1988. Woman, The Fly II, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1989. Cosmetic demonstrator, Cousins, Paramount, 1989. Farther West, 1992. History teacher, Ernest Goes to School, Monarch Home Video, 1994. Captain Talman, American Dragons (also known as Double Edge), Orion Home Video, 1997. Radio mother, Snow Day, Paramount, 2000. Angry Momma, Screwed, MCA/Universal, 2000.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Joice Heth, P. T. Barnum, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Midge’s grandmother, Living with the Dead (also known as Talking to Heaven), CBS, 2002. Television Appearances; Episodic: Reporter, ⬙Second Growth,⬙ The Beachcombers, CBC (Canada), 1989. ⬙Playing with Fire,⬙ Neon Rider, syndicated, 1990. ⬙A Fist of Fate,⬙ Mom P.I., CBC, 1991. Ellen Bledsoe, ⬙Shadows,⬙ The X–Files, Fox, 1993. Woman, ⬙The Zone,⬙ Highlander (also known as Highlander: The Series), syndicated, 1993. Lynette, ⬙First Steps,⬙ M.A.N.T.I.S., Fox, 1994. 165

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Psychiatrist/social worker, Freddy Got Fingered, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2001. Nurse Wells, Halloween: Resurrection, Universal/ Dimension Films, 2002. Waitress, Agent Cody Banks, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2003.

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Television Appearances; Miniseries: Capitol City detective, Chiefs, CBS, 1983. Ben Root, Stay the Night, ABC, 1992. Reverend, In the Best of Families: Marriage, Pride & Madness (also known as Bitter Blood), CBS, 1994.

PERSONAL Born September 30, 1959 (some sources say 1951), in Weston, WV; son of Ivan Paul Genevie and Margaret Ann (maiden name, Turner) King; married Amanda Graham, September 25, 1976 (divorced, 1986). Education: Fairmont State College, B.A., 1973; Florida State University, M.F.A., directing.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Ron Dubois, ⬙The Leftover Man: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ In the Heat of the Night, CBS, 1993. Director, ⬙The View,⬙ Matlock, ABC, 1993. Assistant District Attorney, ⬙The Tabloid,⬙ Matlock, ABC, 1994. Dr. Portis Fields, ⬙To Hell and Back,⬙ American Gothic, CBS, 1996. Doctor, ⬙Orbit,⬙ C15: The New Professionals, Sky TV, 1999. Cafe man, ⬙Joey Potter and Capeside Redemption,⬙ Dawson’s Creek, The WB, 2003.

Addresses: Office—Abbeville Opera House, P.O. Box 247, Abbeville, SC, 29620–0247. Career: Actor and director. Creative Enterprises, Columbia, SC, cofounder and artistic director, 1976–80; Abbeville Opera House, SC, artistic director, 1979, then executive director; Lander University, adjunct faculty member.

Also appeared as Glenn Wottle, In the Heat of the Night; in Savannah.

CREDITS Film Appearances: First guest, Mr. Destiny, Buena Vista, 1990. Second guard, My Cousin Vinny, Twentieth Century– Fox, 1992. Second cop, That Darn Cat, Buena Vista, 1997.

Stage Appearances: Appeared in The Time of Your Life, Born Yesterday, and Stag at Bay. Stage Director: The Marriage Go Round, 1976, 1980, 1981. Rashomon, 1976. The Star Spangled Girl, 1976, 1980. Any Wednesday, 1977, 1981. Luv, 1978, 1980. Butterflies Are Free, 1978, 1980. Plaza Suite, 1979, 1981. Last of the Red Hot Lovers, 1979, 1980. The Sound of Music, 1981, 1982. Same Time, Next Year, 1982. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 1982. Barefoot in the Park, 1982. The Glass Menagerie, 1983. The Odd Couple, 1983. The Philadelphia Story, 1984. Arsenic and Old Lace, 1984. Godspell, 1984. Hello Dolly, 1984. Sleuth, 1985.

Television Appearances; Series: Winset Carter, I’ll Fly Away, NBC, 1991. Television Appearances; Movies: Wilbur Lundy, In the Line of Duty: Manhunt in the Dakotas (also known as In the Line of Duty: The Twilight Murders and Midnight Murders), NBC, 1991. Daggett, In the Line of Duty: Street War (also known as Urban Crossfire), NBC, 1992. William Avery, Class of ’61, ABC, 1993. Biker, Bandit: Bandit Bandit, syndicated, 1994. Captain Daley, One of Her Own, ABC, 1994. Agent Sullivan, Moment of Truth: Caught in the Crossfire (also known as Caught in the Crossfire), NBC, 1994. Dr. Frawley, Death in Small Doses, ABC, 1995. 166

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GETTY Tom O’Folliard, Young Guns II (also known as Young Guns II: Blaze of Glory), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1990. Jud Meadows, My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1991. Joe Don Dante, The Pope Must Die (also known as The Pope Must Diet), Miramax, 1991. Allister Gibbs, December, IRS Media, 1991. Little J, Where the Day Takes You, New Line Cinema, 1992. Halfway House, Centre Films, 1992. Alexi, Red Hot, SC Entertainment International, 1993. Jimmy Lupont, Natural Born Killers, Warner Bros., 1994. Jake, Don’t Do It, Triboro Entertainment Group, 1994. Leader, Cityscrapes: Los Angeles, Filmtribe Moving Pictures/High Octane Productions, 1994. Rudy Dobbs, Dead Beat (also known as The Phony Perfector), Northern Arts Entertainment, 1995. Olmeyer, Judge Dredd, Buena Vista, 1995. Chad’s friend, Terrified (also known as Evil Never Sleeps and Tough Guy), A–pix Entertainment, 1995. (Uncredited) Young Stadler, Mr. Holland’s Opus, Buena Vista, 1995. Tod Johnstone, White Squall, Buena Vista, 1997. Pete Dayton, Lost Highway, October Films, 1997. A. J. Merchant, Fait Accompli (also known as VooDoo Dawn), Cutting Edge Entertainment, 1998. Lefty, Out in Fifty, Avalanche Home Entertainment, 1999. Walter, Big City Blues, Avalanche Home Entertainment, 1999. Michael Holloway, Shadow Hours, Newmark Films, 2000. Julian, Four Dogs Playing Poker, Warner Home Video, 2000. Steve, MacArthur Park, Northshire Entertainment Group/Wirthwhile, 2001. Brian Pivano, The Center of the World, Artisan Entertainment, 2001. Jimmy Pockets, Deuces Wild, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/ United Artists, 2002. Ladder 49, Buena Vista, 2003.

Agnes of God, 1985. A Christmas Carol, 1985, 1986. Dracula, 1986. The Mousetrap, 1986. The Music Man, 1986. God Scratches Where the World Itches, Abbeville Opera House, Abbeville, SC, 2000. Pictures at an Exhibition, Greenroom, Lander University, Greenwood, SC, 2003.

GETTY, Balthazar 1975– (B–Zar) PERSONAL Full name, Paul Balthazar Getty; born January 22, 1975, in Tarzana (some sources cite Los Angeles), CA; son of J. Paul III (a writer and actor) and Gisela Martine (a photojournalist; maiden name, Zacher) Getty; great– grandson of business tycoon J. Paul Getty; married Rosetta Millington (a designer of children’s clothing), May 3, 2000; children: Cassius Paul. Education: Attended Bel–Air Preparatory School in California. Avocational Interests: Boxing, golf, hockey, rock climbing. Addresses: Agent—Gersh Agency, 232 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Manager—Jeff Golenberg, 2 Arts Entertainment, 9460 Wilshire Blvd., 7th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor and producer. 5150 (film production company), founder. Performs as a rap music artist and music producer under the name B–Zar; founding member and performer with music groups, including Tape and Thirteenth Floor. Appeared in a commercial for iVote2.com, 2000; also worked as a model. Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award nominations, outstanding young supporting actor in a motion picture and outstanding young ensemble cast in a motion picture (with others), both 1991, for Lord of the Flies; Young Artist Award nomination, outstanding young supporting actor in a motion picture, 1991, for Young Guns II; Young Artist Award nomination, outstanding young actor starring in a motion picture, 1992, for My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys; Fennecus Award nomination, outstanding juvenile performance.

Film Work: Coproducer, Shadow Hours, Newmark Films, 2000. Co–executive producer, Sluts & Losers, 2001. Television Appearances; Series: Nate Greeley, Pasadena, Fox, 2001. Corsairs (also known as Rosebud), 2002. Television Appearances; Movies: Andreas Symes, Habitat, Sci–Fi Channel, 1997. Title role, Sol Goode, The WB, 2001. Eddie, Run for the Money (also known as Hard Cash), USA Network, 2002.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Ralph, Lord of the Flies, Columbia, 1990. 167

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Television Appearances; Miniseries: Traffic, USA Network, 2003. Television Appearances; Specials: Master Miles, The Turn of the Screw, Showtime, 1990. Himself, Pretty As a Picture: The Art of David Lynch, 1997. Interviewee, The Hunger: An MTV Sneak Preview, MTV, 1997.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Sailor, Will You Love Me Tomorrow, 1987. Wallace Sharp, Paris by Night, 1988. Brendan, Gorillas in the Mist (also known as The Adventure of Dian Fossey and Gorilla in the Mist: The Story of Dian Fossey), Universal, 1988. Larry Winters, Silent Scream, 1990. Willie Quinton, Fools of Fortune, Laurenfilm, 1990. John Hanning Speke, Mountains of the Moon, Carolco Pictures, 1990. Hamlet, Rosencrantz and Guildernstern Are Dead, Cinecom International, 1991. Joey, Ferdydurke (also known as 30 Door Key), 1992. Edward Foster, The Young Americans, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1993. Bertrand, Mararia, Aiete Films, 1998. Stan, Paranoid, Sky Pictures, 2000. Tony, Beautiful Creatures, Universal Focus, 2000. Manfred Powell, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (also known as Tomb Raider), Paramount, 2001. Dad, Gabriel & Me, 2001. Mark, Darkness, Miramax, 2002. Dr. Jung, Prendimi l’anima (also known as The Soul Keeper), 2003. Brother John, Song for a Raggy Boy, 2003. Richard Sorge, Spy Sorge, 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic: James Chandler, ⬙The Swords,⬙ The Hunger, Showtime, 1997. RECORDINGS Producer (as B–Zar) of the album Sedative by Mannish. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Interview, May, 2001, p. 99. Movieline, August, 2000, p. 18. Premiere, August, 1992; September, 2000, pp. 78–83, 88.

GLEN, Iain 1961– PERSONAL Born June 24, 1961, in Edinburgh, Scotland; married Susannah Harker (an actress), 1992 (separated, 2002); children: Finlay. Education: Studied English at the University of Aberdeen; trained for the stage at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts.

Television Appearances; Series: Carl Galton, The Fear, Euston Films, 1988. Stuart Morrison, Glasgow Kiss, BBC America, 2000. Television Appearances; Movies: Charles Fairfield, The Wyvern Mystery, PBS, 2000.

Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Title role, ⬙Adam Bede,⬙ Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1991. Tim Page, Frankie’s House, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. Sebastian Stafford, Painted Lady, PBS, 1997. Damon Morton, Trial & Retribution II, 1998. Mr. Preston, Wives and Daughters, PBS and BBC, 1999. Nathan Carter, Anchor Me, ITV, 2000.

Career: Actor. Member: Actors’ Equity Association. Awards, Honors: Silver Berlin Bear, best acting performance, Berlin International Film Festival, Scottish Academy Award, Film Award, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and Michael Powell Award, 1990, all for Silent Scream; Evening Standard Award, best actor, 1990, for Mountains of the Moon; Laurence Olivier Award nomination, best actor, 1999, for The

Television Appearances; Specials: Commander Powell, Black and Blue, 1992. Biff, Death of a Salesman, 1996. 168

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GLOVER Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Award nomination, 1989, for Black and Blue; Martin Luther King, Jr., Outstanding Youth Award, 1991; Drama Desk Award nomination, best actor, c. 1993, for Jelly’s Last Jam; Young Artist Award nomination, outstanding youth host in a television variety show, 1994, for Sesame Street; Drama Desk Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, two Obie awards, Village Voice, two Fred Astaire awards, Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best performer, and Antoinette Perry Award, best choreography, 1996, all for Bring in da Noise, Bring in da Funk; Dance Magazine Choreographer of the Year Award, 1996; National Endowment for the Arts grant, 1996.

Television Appearances; Other: Also appeared in Blood Hunt, The Picnic, Will You Love Me Tomorrow?, Stage Appearances: Title role, Henry V, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford–upon–Avon, England, 1994. Arnaud Du Thil, Martin Guerre, Prince Edward Theatre, London, 1996–1997. Cab driver, politician, student, playwright, and aristocrat, The Blue Room, Donmar Warehouse, London, 1998, then Cort Theatre, New York City, 1998–1999. Stanley Kowalski, A Streetcar Named Desire, Royal National Theatre, Lyttelton, London, 2002.

CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Broadway debut) Title character, The Tap Dance Kid, 1984. Black and Blue, Minskoff Theatre, New York City, 1989–1991. Young Jelly, Jelly’s Last Jam, Virginia Theatre, New York City, 1992–1993. Bring in da Noise, Bring in da Funk, Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 1996–1997. Savion Glover: Downtown, Variety Arts Theatre, New York City, 1998. Keep Bangin’, Players Theatre, New York City, 1999. Foot Notes, Wilshire Theatre, Los Angeles, 2001. Savion Glover with TiDii the Egg, Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY, 2002.

Also appeared as the title role, Macbeth, Dundee Repertory Theatre, Dundee, Scotland; title role, Hamlet, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Bristol, England; in Accidental Death of an Anarchist and The Recruiting Officer, both Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham, England; Coriolanus and She Stoops to Conquer, both Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester, England; Edward II, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, England; Hapgood, Aldwych Theatre, London; Here, Donmar Warehouse; King Lear and Road, both Royal Court Theatre, London; The Man Who Had All the Luck, Young Vic Theatre, London, then Bristol Old Vic Theatre; The Broken Heart, with the Royal Shakespeare Company. OTHER SOURCES

Major Tours: Bring in da Noise, Bring in da Funk, U.S. cities, beginning 2002, later international cities.

Periodicals: People Weekly, January 18, 1999, p. 11.

Also toured U.S. cities in Jelly’s Last Jam. GLOVER, Savion 1973–

Stage Work: Choreographer, Bring in da Noise, Bring in da Funk, Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 1996–1997.

PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Series: Savion, Sesame Street (also known as Les amis de Sesame, Canadian Sesame Street, The New Sesame Street, Open Sesame, and Sesame Park), PBS, 1990–1995.

Born November 19, 1973, in Newark, NJ; son of Yvette Glover (a performer and manager). Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

Television Appearances; Movies: Bracey Mitchell, The Wall, Showtime, 1998. Newcomer, Bojangles, Showtime, 2001.

Career: Actor, dancer, and choreographer. Created his own dance company, Not Your Ordinary Tappers, 1997; has taught dance at Broadway Dance Center. Appeared in television commercials, including those for Chevy vehicles, 1993, Twix candy bars, 2000, and Cingular phone service, 2001–02; choreographed a television commercial for Nike athletic shoes.

Television Appearances; Specials: Tap Dance in America (also known as Gregory Hines’ Tap Dance in America), PBS, 1989. 169

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 ⬙Taps for Royal,⬙ The Jamie Foxx Show, The WB, 1999. (Uncredited) Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1999. America!, Odyssey, 2000. Bartholomew, Cedric the Entertainer Presents, Fox, 2003.

The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, CBS, 1991. Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, NBC, 1992. Jammin’: Jelly Roll Morton on Broadway (documentary), PBS, 1992. Savion, Sesame Street Stays Up Late! (also known as Sesame Street Stays Up Late! A Monster New Year’s Eve Party), PBS, 1993. Sesame Street’s All–Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever!, ABC, 1994. In a New Light ⬘94, ABC, 1994. The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, CBS, 1995. Vanessa Williams & Friends: Christmas in New York, ABC, 1996. It Just Takes One, USA, 1997. 53rd Presidential Inaugural Gala, CBS, 1997. Stomp, Slide and Swing with Savion Glover, PBS, 1998. Host, Savion Glover’s Nu York, ABC, 1998. Quincy Jones—The First 50 Years, ABC, 1998. The New Jersey Performing Arts Center Opening Night Gala, PBS, 1998. Host, In Performance at the White House, 1998. Disney’s Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra in Concert, Disney Channel, 1999. Voice of toy dancer, The Steadfast Tin Soldier: An Animated Special from the ⬙Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child⬙ Series (animated), HBO, 2000. Brother Time, Barbra Streisand—Timeless, Fox, 2001. (Closing ceremony) 2002 Olympic Winter Games, NBC, 2002. AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Tom Hanks, USA, 2002.

Television Work; Movies: Choreographer, The Rat Pack, HBO, 1998. Television Work; Specials: Executive producer and choreographer, Savion Glover’s Nu York, ABC, 1998. Choreographer, Barbara Streisand—Timeless, Fox, 2001. Film Appearances: Audition artist, Driving Me Crazy, First Run, 1988. Louis, Tap, TriStar, 1989. Manray/Mantan, Bamboozled, New Line, 2000. The Making of ⬙Bamboozled,⬙ 2001. Film Work: Choreographer, Bamboozled, New Line, 2000. RECORDINGS Music Videos: Brother Time, Timeless: Live in Concert, 2001. Also appeared in the music video ⬙Havana⬙ by Kenny G. And ⬙All about the Benjamins⬙ by Puff Daddy and the Family.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 61st Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1989. 16th Annual Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame, syndicated, 1989. Presenter, Broadway ⬘97: Launching the Tonys, PBS, 1997. The 51st Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1997. 39th Grammy Awards, CBS, 1997. The 13th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards, syndicated, 1998. 12th Annual Soul Train Music Awards, syndicated, 1998. 30th NAACP Image Awards, Fox, 1999. The 32nd NAACP Image Awards, Fox, 2001.

Albums: Black and Blue (original cast recording), DRG, 1989. Jelly’s Last Jam (original cast recording), Mercury, 1992. Hot Jaz for Cool Yule, Pacific Vista Productions, 1995. Bring in da Noise, Bring in da Funk (original cast recording), RCA Victor, 1996. WRITINGS Television Music; Specials: Savion Glover’s Nu York, ABC, 1998. Other: (With Bruce Weber) Savion! My Life in Tap, HarperCollins, 2000.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Shangri–La Plaza, CBS, 1990.

OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Episodic: Super Dave, 1987. Sin City Spectacular (also known as Penn & Teller’s Sin City Spectacular), FX, 1998.

Books: Contemporary Black Biography, Volume 14, Gale, 1997. Newsmakers, Issue 4, Gale, 1997. 170

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GOGGINS Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙Missing,⬙ In the Heat of the Night, NBC, 1989. Darrell, ⬙Crackdown,⬙ In the Heat of the Night, NBC, 1989. ⬙Shine on Sparta Moon,⬙ In the Heat of the Night, NBC, 1991. ⬙Rules of the Game,⬙ I’ll Fly Away, NBC, 1991. Mike Muchin, ⬙The Pit and the Pendulum,⬙ Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1992. Garth Watkins, ⬙A Frenzied Affair,⬙ In the Heat of the Night, NBC, 1992. ⬙What’s in a Name,⬙ I’ll Fly Away, NBC, 1993. Lance McBride, ⬙Wheel Man,⬙ Renegade, USA, syndicated, 1993. (As Walton Goggins) Commanding officer, ⬙Desert Son,⬙ JAG, NBC, 1995. Harv, ⬙Captive Audience,⬙ Pacific Blue, USA, 1996. (As Walton Goggins) Mick, ⬙True Crime,⬙ The Sentinel, UPN, 1996. (As Walton Goggins) Terry, ⬙Honeymoon at Viagra Falls,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 1998. Bill Green, Family Law, 1999.

Periodicals: Dance Magazine, November, 1994; April, 1996. TV Guide, May 23, 1998, p. 6.

GOGGINS, Walt (Walter Goggins, Walton Goggins) PERSONAL Birth name, Walton Sanders Goggins, Jr.; born in Birmingham, AL; married. Career: Actor and producer. Co–founded production company Ginny Mule Productions. Previously managed his own valet parking service. Awards, Honors: Academy Award, best live action short film, 2001, for The Accountant; Best Actor Award, Slam Dunk Film Festival, for Red Dirt.

Television Appearances; Specials: Bob, ⬙A Voice from Home,⬙ Miracles and Other Mysteries, ABC, 1991.

Film Appearances: Shaky kid (uncredited), Mr. Saturday Night, Columbia, 1992. Gate MP, Forever Young, Warner Bros., 1992. Charlie, The Next Karate Kid, Columbia, 1994. (As Walton Goggins) Roddy, Painted Hero (also known as Shadow of the Past), Astra Cinema, 1996. (As Walton Goggins) Sam, The Apostle, October Films, 1997. Bud, Switchback, Paramount, 1997. (As Walton Goggins) ⬙Downtown⬙ Anderson, Major League: Back to the Minors (also known as Major League III), Warner Bros., 1998. Wayward Son, 1999. (As Walter Goggins) Stan Robbers, The Crow: Salvation (also known as The Crow 3—Toedliche Erloesung), Dimension Films, 2000. (As Walton Goggins) Lee Todd, Red Dirt, 2000. (As Walton Goggins) Wallace, Shanghai Noon, Buena Vista, 2000. Tommy O’Dell, The Accountant, Ginny Mule Pictures, 2001. Tommy Christian, Daddy and Them, Miramax, 2001. Police officer (uncredited), Joy Ride (also known as Roadkill), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2001. Moe, Apple Jack, 2001. (As Walton Goggins) Research technician, The Bourne Identity (also known as Die Bourne Identitaet), Universal, 2002. Steve Naish, House of 1000 Corpses, Lions Gate, 2003.

Television Appearances; Pilots: (As Walton Goggins) Huff, The Watcher, UPN, 1995. Harv, Pacific Blue, USA, 1996.

Film Producer: (As Walton Goggins) The Accountant, Ginny Mule Pictures, 2001.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Movies: Lyle, Murder in Mississippi, NBC, 1990. Buck, For Love and Glory, CBS, 1993. (As Walton Goggins) Jim Bob, Carver gang, The Cherokee Kid, HBO, 1996. Rod, Humanoids from the Deep (also known as Roger Corman Presents ⬙Humanoids from the Deep⬙), Showtime, 1996. Almanzo Wilder, Beyond the Prairie: The True Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder, CBS, 2000. (As Walton Goggins) Billy Weber, Murder, She Wrote: The Last Free Man, CBS, 2001. Almanzo Wilder, Beyond the Prairie, Part 2: The True Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder, 2002. Television Appearances; Series: (As Walton Goggins) Detective Shane Vendrell, The Shield, FX, beginning 2002. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Wayne Seagrove, Stay the Night, ABC, 1992. First young man, Queen, CBS, 1993.

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RECORDINGS Video Games: Third border world pilot, Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom, Electronic Arts, 1995.

GOLDWYN, Samuel, Jr. 1926– (Sam Goldwyn) PERSONAL Full name, Samuel John Goldwyn, Jr.; born September 7, 1926, in Los Angeles, CA; son of Samuel John (a film producer) and Frances (an actress; maiden name, Howard) Goldwyn; married Jennifer Howard, 1950 (divorced, c. 1966); married Peggy Elliott, August 23, 1969; children: (first marriage) Catherine Howard, Francis Sidney Howard, Rebecca Howard, John, Anthony (an actor; also known as Tony); (second marriage) Elizabeth E., Peter Samuel Elliot. Education: Attended the University of Virginia.

Film Executive Producer: Once Bitten, The Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1985. A Prayer for the Dying, The Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1987. Mystic Pizza, The Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1988. Tinseltown, 1999. Tortilla Soup, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 2001.

Addresses: Office—Samuel Goldwyn Company, 9570 West Pico Blvd., Ⲇ400, Los Angeles, CA 90035. Career: Producer, director, and writer. J. Arthur Rank Organization, writer and associate producer, c. 1946–48; Universal Studios, Universal City, CA, associate producer; Formosa Productions Inc., founder, 1955; The Samuel Goldwyn Company, Los Angeles, CA, president, owner, and chief executive officer, 1978–91, renamed Samuel Goldwyn Entertainment following merger with Heritage Entertainment Inc., 1991; American Film Institute, trustee; Centre Theatre Group, Los Angeles, CA, board of directors; Samuel Goldwyn Foundation, president; Fountain Valley School, CO, president of the board of trustees. Sometimes credited as Sam Goldwyn. Military service: U.S. Army, 1944–46 and 1951–52.

Film Work; Other: Associate producer, Good Time Girl, 1950. Director, The Young Lovers, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1964. Also director of Alliance for Peace and other documentaries for the U.S. Army. Film Appearances: Himself, Mary Pickford: A Life on Film, Milestone Video, 1997. Himself, Goldwyn, Columbia TriStar, 2001.

Awards, Honors: Emmy Award, outstanding variety/ music events programming, 1988, for The 60th Annual Academy Awards Presentation; Edinburgh Film Festival Prize for Alliance for Peace.

Television Work; Series: Producer, Adventure, CBS, 1952–1953. Producer, The Unexpected, 1954. Executive producer, Flipper (also known as The Adventures of Flipper), syndicated, 1995–1997.

CREDITS Television Work; Movies: Executive producer, April Morning, 1988.

Film Producer: Man with the Gun (also known as Deadly Peacemaker, Man without a Gun, and The Trouble Shooter), United Artists, 1955. The Sharkfighters, United Artists, 1956.

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GOMEZ Odd bellman, Rookie of the Year, Twentieth Century– Fox, 1993. Scott, ’Til There Was You, Paramount, 1997. Hank, Courting Courtney, 1997. McIlvaine, Edtv (also known as Ed TV), MCA/Universal, 1999. Cameo appearance, The Big Tease, 2000. Delivery man, The Center of the World, Artisan Entertainment, 2001. Mike, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, IFC Films, 2002. Beau, Street of Pain, Sworn Enemy Pictures, 2002. Manny, Almost Salinas, Curb Entertainment, 2003. Dr. Chu, Chasing Papi, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2003. Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star, Paramount, 2003.

Producer, The 60th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1988. (With others) Executive producer, ⬙April Morning,⬙ Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1988. Goldwyn, PBS, 2001. Television Producer; Pilots: The Unexplained, NBC, 1956. Television Appearances; Specials: Himself, Intimate Portrait: Raquel Welch, Lifetime, 2001. Stage Work; Producer: Produced Gathering Storm, London.

Television Appearances; Series: Morgue technician, a recurring role, Missing Persons, ABC, 1993–1994. Larry Almada, a recurring role, The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1995–1999. Danny Sanchez, The Norm Show (also known as Norm), ABC, 1998–1999. Javier Clemente Quintata, Felicity, The WB, 1998–1999. Mike, My Big Fat Greek Life, CBS, 2003.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Forbes, June 3, 1985, p. 228; October 28, 1991, pp. 174, 176. Variety, September 29, 1997, p. 4.

Television Appearances; Movies: Gino, Meet Prince Charming, Cinemax, 2000. Mr. Orlando Walker, Get a Clue, The Disney Channel, 2002.

GOMEZ, Ian 1964– PERSONAL Born December 27, 1964, in New York, NY; father, an artist; mother, a dancer; married Nia Vardalos (an actress, writer, and producer), 1993.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Larry Almada, The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1995. Martinez, Danny, CBS, 2001. Gary, Exit 9, The WB, 2003.

Addresses: Agent—Stone Manners Agency, 8436 West Third St., Los Angeles, CA, 90048; Gabrielle Krengel, Metropolitan Talent Agency, 4526 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010. Manager—Marathon Entertainment, 8060 Melrose Ave., Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90046.

Television Appearances; Specials: Voice of Basilio, The Robinita Hood: An Animated Special from the ⬙Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child⬙ Series (animated), HBO, 2000. Presenter, The 5th Annual ALMA Awards, ABC, 2000. Presenter, The 2001 ALMA Awards, ABC, 2001.

Career: Actor and comedian. Member of Second City comedy troupe and ImprovOlympia, both Chicago, IL; worked in the Second City box office before joining the group. Appeared in commercials, including one for Bud Lite beer. Also worked in restaurant management.

Television Appearances; Episodic: First car wash employee, ⬙Get the Dodge Outta Hell,⬙ Married ... with Children, Fox, 1995. Secretary 77, ⬙Bad Company,⬙ Murphy Brown, CBS, 1995. Mimicking secretary, ⬙Defending Your Life,⬙ Murphy Brown, CBS, 1996. ⬙Divorce Dominican Style,⬙ Melrose Place, Fox, 1998. ⬙Long Way to Tip–a–Rory,⬙ Melrose Place, Fox, 1998. Art Brown (some sources cite Art Bruno), ⬙Achy Breaky Heart,⬙ Smart Guy, The WB, 1998. Himself, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, ABC, 1999. Javier Clemente Quintata, ⬙Things Change,⬙ Felicity, The WB, 2000.

Awards, Honors: Special Achievement Award, acting on three prime–time television shows simultaneously, ALMA Awards, American Latin Media Arts, 2000, for The Drew Carey Show, Felicity, and The Norm Show. CREDITS Film Appearances: Lucas, Excessive Force, New Line Cinema, 1992. 173

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(Uncredited) Dr. Dagger, ⬙The Jupiter and Mary Chain,⬙ Nikki, The WB, 2001. Bald chef, ⬙The Corpse–Sniffing Dog,⬙ Curb Your Enthusiasm, HBO, 2002. Bald chef, ⬙The Grand Opening,⬙ Curb Your Enthusiasm, HBO, 2002. Joel Robinson, ⬙One in the Nuts,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 2002. Pete, ⬙Lie, Cheat, and Deal,⬙ Lucky, FX Channel, 2003. Larry Almada, ⬙Turkeyspotting,⬙ The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 2003.

Luis, Max Dugan Returns, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1983. Mickey, Tuff Turf, New World Pictures, 1985. Chooch, 3:15 (also known as 3:15 a Time to Die and 3:15 the Moment of Truth), Dakota Entertainment, 1986. Choo Choo, Return to Horror High, New World Pictures, 1987. Gang member, Cold Dog Soup, Anchor Bay Entertainment, 1990. Young Montoya Santana, American Me, Universal, 1992. Joker Bird, Mi vida loca (also known as My Crazy Life), Sony Pictures Classics, 1993. Juanito, Saints and Sinners, 1994. Young Abraham—Dinos 1961, Selena, Warner Bros., 1997. Acting inmate, Pinero, Miramax, 2001. Rodchenko, Manito, Film Movement, 2002.

Stage Appearances: What Is Art?, Los Angeles, 1997. RECORDINGS Videos: Appeared in the music videos ⬙Hands Clean⬙ and ⬙Precious Illusions,⬙ both by Alanis Morissette, 2002.

Television Appearances; Series: Antonio, Sesame Street (also known as Les amis de Sesame, Canadian Sesame Street, The New Sesame Street, Open Sesame, and Sesame Park), PBS, 1971–1972.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, November 12, 1999, p. 60.

Television Appearances; Movies: Rafael Camacho, Dr. Max, CBS, 1974. Raphael, The Outlaws, ABC, 1984. Paco Izquierdo, Long Gone, HBO, 1987.

GOMEZ, Panchito 1963– Television Appearances; Specials: Philip Gilbert, You Gotta Start Somewhere, CBS, 1977. Title role, Gaucho, ABC, 1978. Reuben Medina, Gangs, CBS, 1988. Ramon Sanchez, Sweet 15, PBS, 1990.

PERSONAL Born November 2, 1963, in New York, NY. Career: Actor.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Johnny Ute, The Hunted Lady, NBC, 1977. Wild Boy, Beach Patrol, ABC, 1979. Carlos, The Streets of Beverly Hills, ABC, 1992.

Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award nomination, best juvenile actor in a motion picture, 1980, for Walk Proud; Special Jury Prize—Dramatic (with others), Sundance Film Festival, 2002, for Manito.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Robert, ⬙Surf’s Up,⬙ CHiPs, NBC, 1978. ⬙The Gadjo,⬙ Baretta, ABC, 1978. Hector Ruiz, ⬙Hill Street Station,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1981. Hector Ruiz, ⬙Choice Cut,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1981. Hector Ruiz, ⬙Your Kind, My Kind, Humankind,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1981. Young street hustler, ⬙Details at Eleven,⬙ Simon & Simon, CBS, 1981. Chico, ⬙Tiger in the Streets,⬙ CHiPs, NBC, 1982. Gilbert Pedrosa, ⬙Bones,⬙ Barney Miller, ABC, 1982. Panchito, ⬙Flatfoots,⬙ Here’s Boomer, NBC, 1982.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Juanito Hernandez, Run for the Roses (also known as Thoroughbred and The Thoroughbreds), Kodiak Films, 1975. Title role, Paco, Cinerma National, 1975. Hospital kid, Uncle Joe Shannon, 1978. Manuel, Walk Proud, Universal, 1979. Benito Morales, Borderline, Associated Film Distribution, 1980. 174

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GOORJIAN Skittery, Newsies (also known as Newsboys), Buena Vista, 1992. Steven, Forever Young, Warner Bros., 1992. (As Michael Goorjian) Charles Chaplin, Jr., Chaplin (also known as Charlot), TriStar, 1992. (As Michael Goorjian) First college boy, Leaving Las Vegas, United Artists, 1995. (As Michael Goorjian) Kenny, Hard Rain (also known as Flood), Paramount, 1998. Screening, Sundance Channel, 1998. (As Michael Goorjian) Danny Farthing, Art House, Asylum, 1998. Heroin Bob, SLC Punk!, Sony Pictures Classics, 1999. Jude, The Invisibles, Visionbox Pictures, 1999. Sam, Something More, First Look Pictures Releasing, 1999. Michael, How to Get Laid at the End of the World, End of the World Productions, 1999. Sid, Here Lies Lonely, 1999. (As Michael Goorjian) Henry Spooner, Deal of a Lifetime, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1999. Peter, Amerikana, 2000. Jack, Pomegranate, Sonnet Films, 2001. First coroner, The Mesmerist, Seventh Art Releasing, 2002. Rome/Romie, Go for Broke, Artisan Entertainment, 2002. Christopher, The Illusion, Daniel Fried Productions/ Maldoror Productions/Entitled Entertainment, 2003.

Also appeared as Puck, Maximum Security, HBO.

GOORJIAN, Michael A. 1971– (Michael Goorjian) PERSONAL Born February 4, 1971, in Oakland, CA; father, a scientist; mother, a nurse. Education: Attended University of California, Los Angeles; trained at American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, CA.

Film Work: Director, Call Waiting, 1998. Coproducer, The Invisibles, Visionbox Pictures, 1999. Director, The Illusion, Daniel Fried Productions/Maldoror Productions/Entitled Entertainment, 2003.

Addresses: Agent—David Boxerbaum, Metropolitan Talent Agency, 4526 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010. Career: Actor, director, producer, writer, singer, dancer, and choreographer. Maldoror Productions, founder. Buffalo Nights Theatre Company, Los Angeles, founding member, 1991; also performed with Berkeley Shakespeare Company. Loyola Marymount University, acting teacher.

Television Appearances; Movies: Chuck, Never Forget, Turner Home Entertainment, 1991. Scott Chapman, The Flood: Who Will Save Our Children?, NBC, 1993. (As Michael Goorjian) David Goodson at age seventeen, David’s Mother, CBS, 1994. First soldier, Blind Justice (also known as Canaan’s Way), HBO, 1994. Billy Boy Manson, Do Not Disturb (also known as Silent Witness and Do Not Disturb—Zwei Augen zu viel), Starz!, 1999. Dr. Peter Hamilton, Life in a Day, UPN, 1999.

Awards, Honors: Emmy Award, best supporting actor in a miniseries or special, 1994, for David’s Mother; Reel Frontier Award, ⬙best short take,⬙ Arizona International Film Festival, 1999, for Call Waiting; Los Angeles Drama Critics Award, outstanding choreography (with Matthew Bourne), 2000, for Reefer Madness; Los Angeles Weekly Theatre Award nomination, leading male, for Modigliani.

Television Appearances; Series: Hull High, NBC, 1990. Ray Nelson, a recurring role, Life Goes On, ABC, 1991–1993. (As Michael Goorjian) Justin Thompson, a recurring role, Party of Five, Fox, 1994–1997.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Adam, Shelf Life, 1991. 175

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Hank Miller, ⬙Like Father, Like Son,⬙ Growing Pains, ABC, 1991. Sweet Justice, NBC, 1994. Johnny, ⬙Arson/Murder Story,⬙ Under Suspicion, CBS, 1994. Budd Glaser, ⬙Charades,⬙ Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1997. Jacob Joffe, ⬙Austin Space,⬙ Chicago Hope, 1998. (As Michael Goorjian) Aaron Pratt, ⬙Caged,⬙ C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation (also known as C.S.I.), CBS, 2001.

Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Manager—Ron West, Thruline Entertainment, 9250 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist— Monique Huey, PMK/HBH Public Relations, 8500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actress. Appeared in television commercials, including one for AT&T telephone service.

Also appeared as a panelist on The List. Stage Appearances: The man, The Apollo of Bellac, Buffalo Nights Theatre Company, Powerhouse Theatre, Los Angeles, 2000.

Awards, Honors: Family Television Award, best actress, 2001, Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, outstanding actress in a drama series, 2001 and 2002, Golden Globe Award nomination, best actress in a television drama series, 2002, Television Critics Association Award nomination, individual achievement in drama, 2002, and Golden Satellite Award nominations, best actress in a comedy or musical television series, International Press Academy, 2002 and 2003, all for Gilmore Girls.

Appeared in the title role, J. B., Powerhouse Theatre; also appeared in Modigliani, Buffalo Nights Theatre Company. Stage Choreographer: (With Matthew Bourne) Reefer Madness, Los Angeles, 1999.

CREDITS Also choreographer for Salome, Buffalo Nights Theatre Company, Los Angeles.

Film Appearances: Tracy, Confessions of a Sexist Pig (also known as Taste of Love), Pizza Productions, 1998. Marie, Nightwatch, Miramax/Dimension Films, 1998. Jules, One True Thing, MCA/Universal, 1998. Kristie Sue, Dill Scallion, Asylum, 1999. Petting zoo girl, See Spot Run, 2000. Lucky 13, Phaedra Cinema, 2000. Angelica, Sweet November, Warner Bros., 2001. Jessy James, Chasing Destiny, Artist View Entertainment, 2001. (Uncredited) Woman at party, The Third Wheel, Miramax, 2002. Sue, Bad Santa, Destination Films, 2003. Claire, Seeing Other People, Pariah Entertainment Group, 2003.

WRITINGS Screenplays: (With James Merendino) Amerikana, 2000. (With Ron Morasco) The Mesmerist, Seventh Art Releasing, 2002. The Illusion, Daniel Fried Productions/Maldoror Productions/Entitled Entertainment, 2003. OTHER SOURCES Electronic: Buffalo Nights, http://www.buffalonights.org, June 23, 2003.

Television Appearances; Series: Shelly, a recurring role, Caroline in the City, NBC, 1995–1996. Liz Gibson, Good Company, ABC, 1995–1996. Denise Garibaldi Callahan, Townies, ABC, 1996–1997. Molly, Conrad Bloom, NBC, 1998–1999. Opal Marie Brown, M.Y.O.B., NBC, 2000. Lorelai Victoria Gilmore, Gilmore Girls (also known as Gilmore Girls: Beginnings), The WB, beginning 2000.

GRAHAM, Lauren 1967– PERSONAL Full name, Lauren Helen Graham; born March 16, 1967, in Honolulu, HI; daughter of Lawrence (a candy industry lobbyist) and Donna (a fashion buyer; present 176

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GUBER GUBER, Peter 1942– PERSONAL Full name, Howard Peter Guber; born March 1, 1942, in Boston, MA (some sources say Syracuse, NY); son of Samuel and Ruth Guber; married Lynda Gellis (a film producer); children: Jodie, Elizabeth, two sons. Education: Syracuse University, B.A.; New York University, M.B.A., J.D., and L.L.M.; University of Florence, S.S.P. Addresses: Office—Mandalay Entertainment, 10202 West Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232. Career: Producer. Columbia Pictures, production executive, 1968–76; Casablanca Record and Film Works, chairperson of board of directors, 1976–80; PolyGram Pictures, chairperson, 1980–83; Guber– Peters Entertainment Company, co–chairperson and co–owner, 1983–88; Guber–Peters–Barris Entertainment Co., co–chairperson and managing director, 1988–89, chairperson, 1989; Columbia Pictures, studio chief and co–chairperson, 1989–94. Sony Pictures Entertainment, chairperson and chief executive officer, 1989–94; Mandalay Entertainment, founder, chairman, and chief executive officer, c. 2003; Peter Guber’s Filmworks, principal. University of California, Los Angeles, adjunct professor and chairperson of producer’s department, School of Theatre Arts. Bel Air Savings and Loan Association, founder and director; member of the New York, California, and Washington, DC, bars.

Also appeared as voice of Mother Maggie and stewardess in an episode of Family Guy; in Hardcore TV, HBO; and as a panelist on The List. Television Appearances; Specials: Presenter, The 53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, CBS, 2001. The 3rd Annual Family Television Awards, CBS, 2001. VH1 Big in 2002 Awards, VH1, 2002. Presenter, Lifetime’s Achievement Awards: Women Changing the World, Lifetime, 2003.

Awards, Honors: Named NATO Producer of the Year, National Association of Theatre Owners, 1971 and 1979; Academy Award nomination and Golden Globe Award nomination, both c. 1977, for The Deep; six Golden Globe Awards, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, two Academy Awards, three Film Awards, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and Los Angeles Film Critics Award, all c. 1978, for Midnight Express; Academy Award, c. 1981, for An American Werewolf in London; Palm D’Or Award, Cannes International Film Festival, five Golden Globe Award nominations, four Academy Awards, seven Film Awards, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Christopher Award, best picture of the year, all c. 1982, for Missing; Academy Award, two Golden Globe Awards, and four Grammy Award nominations, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, all c. 1983, for Flashdance; Emmy Award nomination, best information, cultural, or historical program, 1984, for Television and the Presidency; Academy Award nomination, best picture, 1985, for The Color Purple; Academy Award, best picture, 1988, for Rain Man; Academy Award and Double Platinum Award, for Thank God It’s Friday; Emmy award, documentary

Television Appearances; Pilots: Sally Archer, The Best Defense, ABC, 1995. Stage Appearances: May Daniels, Once in a Lifetime, Adams Memorial Theatre, Williamstown, MA, 2002. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, October 16, 1998, p. 66. Los Angeles, June, 2003, p. 17. People Weekly, May 7, 2001, p. 77. Seventeen, May, 2002, pp. 144–47. TV Guide, April 14, 2001, pp. 52–54. Washingtonian, August, 1999, pp. 46–47. 177

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category, for Mysteries of the Sea; Albert Gallatin fellow, New York University; Ardent Award, Syracuse University.

Television Executive Producer; Series: Dreams, CBS, 1984. Oceanquest, NBC, 1985. Rude Awakening, Showtime, 1998.

CREDITS Film Executive Producer: Midnight Express, Columbia, 1978. An American Werewolf in London (also known as American Werewolf), Universal, 1981. Missing, Universal, 1982. Flashdance, Paramount, 1983. D.C. Cab (also known as Street Fleet), Universal, 1983. The Legend of Billie Jean (also known as Fair Is Fair), TriStar, 1985. The Color Purple, Warner Bros., 1985. (With Jon Peters, George Folsey, Jr., and John Landis) Clue (also known as Clue: The Movie), Paramount, 1985. (With Peters) Youngblood, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/ United Artists, 1986. (With Peters) Head Office, TriStar, 1986. (With Peters, Mark Damon, and John W. Hyde) The Clan of the Cave Bear, Warner Bros., 1986. (With Peters and Roger Birnbaum) Who’s That Girl?, Warner Bros., 1987. (With Peters and Steven Spielberg) Innerspace, Warner Bros., 1987. (With Peters) Rain Man, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1988. (With Peters) Gorillas in the Mist (also known as The Adventure of Dian Fossey and Gorillas in the Mist: The Story of Dian Fossey), Universal, 1988. Missing Link, 1988. The Bonfire of the Vanities, 1990. (With Peters, Benjamin Melniker, and Michael Uslan) Batman Returns, Warner Bros., 1992. (With Peters) This Boy’s Life, Warner Bros., 1993. (With Peters) With Honors, Warner Bros., 1994. Galapagos: The Enchanted Voyage, 1999. Alex and Emma, Warner Bros., 2003. Beyond Borders, Paramount, 2003.

Television Executive Producer; Movies: The Toughest Man in the World, CBS, 1984. (With Jon Peters) Brotherhood of Justice, ABC, 1986. Bay Coven (also known as Strangers in Town, The Devils of Bay Cove, and Eye of the Demon), NBC, 1987. Nightmare at Bitter Creek (also known as Bitter Creek), CBS, 1988. Finish Line, 1989. Television Work; Pilots: Deprivers, 2003. Television Work; Specials: Producer, Stand by Your Man, 1981. (With Jon Peters) Executive producer, Television and the Presidency, syndicated, 1983. Producer, The Selling of the President, 1984. Executive producer, Clue: Movies, Murder, and Mystery, CBS, 1986. Executive producer, Superman 50th Anniversary, 1988. Also produced Mysteries of the Sea; The Donna Summer Special; Double Platinum; David Steinberg’s Hollywood Stars. Television Appearances; Pilots: Host, Sunday Morning Shoot–Out, AMC, 2003. WRITINGS Books: (With Peter Bart) Shoot Out: Surviving Fame and (Mis)Fortune in Hollywood, G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 2002.

Film Producer: The Deep, Columbia, 1977. Thank God It’s Friday, Columbia, 1978. Missing, Universal, 1982. Six Weeks, Universal, 1982. Vision Quest (also known as Crazy for You), Warner Bros., 1985. (With Jon Peters and Neil Canton), The Witches of Eastwick, Warner Bros., 1987. (With Peters and Canton), Caddyshack II, Warner Bros., 1988. (With Peters), Tango and Cash, Warner Bros., 1989. (With Peters and Chris Kenny), Batman, Warner Bros., 1989.

Author of Inside the Deep and Above the Title. OTHER SOURCES Books: Griffith, Susan, and Kim Masters, Hit and Run—How Jon Peters and Peter Guber Took Sony for a Ride in Hollywood, Simon & Schuster, 1996. 178

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GWALTNEY Television Appearances; Pilots: Billy Bingham, Trinity, NBC, 1998. Sandler, Vanishing Son III, syndicated, 1994. Sandler, Vanishing Son IV, syndicated, 1994.

Periodicals: Broadcasting & Cable, October 3, 1994, p. 16. Forbes, May 29, 2000, p. 116. New York Times, October 22, 1989. Variety, August 23, 1999, p. 1; July 15, 2002, p. S14.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Champ, ⬙On the Night He Was Betrayed,⬙ Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1987. Officer Davis, ⬙Poison Ivy,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1990. Dr. Parker, ⬙Tasha,⬙ New York Undercover, 1994. Jack Young, ⬙Navy Blues,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1997. Nick Montgomery, ⬙Strangled, Not Stirred,⬙ Homicide: Life on the Street (also known as Homicide and H:LOTS), NBC, 1998. Billy Bingham, ⬙No Secrets,⬙ Trinity, NBC, 1998. Bill Bingham, ⬙Hang Man Down,⬙ Trinity, NBC, 1998. Investigator, ⬙Disco Inferno,⬙ Now and Again, CBS, 2000. Roger Silver, ⬙Disrobed,⬙ Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: S.V.U.), NBC and USA Network, 2000. Tommy Doherty, ⬙Nature or Nurture?,⬙ Third Watch, NBC, 2000. ⬙Syd in Wonderland,⬙ Providence, NBC, 2000. Scott Leaky, ⬙The Watermelon Theory,⬙ Soul Food, Showtime, 2000. Allan, ⬙Belles of the Ball,⬙ Sex and the City, HBO, 2001. Kevin Reddick, ⬙Seizure,⬙ Law & Order: Criminal Intent, NBC, 2002.

GWALTNEY, Jack 1960– PERSONAL Born September, 1960, in Virginia. Education: University of Virginia, B.A., drama. Career: Actor. CREDITS Film Appearances: Rowan, Casualties of War, Columbia, 1989. Kenny Rose, Vital Signs, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1990. Teddy, Trial by Jury, Warner Bros., 1994. Karl, Risk, Seventh Art Releasing, 1994. Frank, One Way Out, Arrow Releasing, 1996. Goldstein, G.I. Jane, Buena Vista, 1997. Fred Darius, The Siege, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998. Chad Anders, Checkout, Dream Entertainment, Inc., 2001. Jack, Love Thy Neighbor, 2002. Officer, Black Wine, 2002.

Also appeared as Father Steve, Dellaventura, CBS. Stage Appearances: Allie, Bovver Boys, Primary Stages, New York City, 1990. Ascension Day, Working Theater, New York City, 1992. Bobby, Girl Gone, MCC Theater, New York City, 1994. Chicken, Kingdom of Earth, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 2001.

Television Appearances; Series: Pete Gracen, Profit, Fox, 1996. Wade Randall, All My Children, ABC, 2000. Television Appearances; Movies: Thorne, The Cosby Mysteries (also known as Guy Hanks I), NBC, 1994.

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HAIGHT, Rip See CARPENTER, John

HALL, Philip Baker 1931– PERSONAL Born September 10, 1931, in Toledo, OH; married and divorced twice; married third wife, Holly Baker; children: (first marriage) two daughters; (third marriage) Anna Ruth. Education: Graduated from University of Toledo. Addresses: Agent—Writers & Artists Agency, 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 550, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actor, director, and writer. South Coast Repertory Theatre, Costa Mesa, CA, guest artist, 1979–80. Military service: Served in the U.S. Army after college. Awards, Honors: Independent Spirit Award nomination, best male lead, 1996, for Hard Eight; Screen Actor’s Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by a cast, 1998, for Boogie Nights; Independent Spirit Award nomination, best male lead, 1998, for Sydney; Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by a cast in a theatrical motion picture, 2000, for Magnolia; Alan J. Pakula Award (with others), Broadcast Film Critics Association, 2001, for The Contender. CREDITS Film Appearances: Father Reis, Cowards, Jaylo, 1970. 180

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HALL Clerk, This House Possessed, ABC, 1981. Lester Greene, Games Mother Never Taught You, CBS, 1982. Dean May, Who Is Julia?, CBS, 1986. Sevrin, The Spirit, ABC, 1987. Detective Charles, The Goddess of Love, NBC, 1988. Judge Blumenfeld, A Cry for Help: The Tracey Thurman Story, NBC, 1989. Dr. Leo Manus, Incident at Dark River (also known as Dark River—A Father’s Revenge), TNT, 1989. Sam Gochenour, Crash Landing: The Rescue of Flight 232 (also known as A Thousand Heroes), ABC, 1992. Ernie Horshack (some sources cite Dr. Comden), Stormy Weathers, ABC, 1992. Roswell general, Roswell (also known as Roswell: The U.F.O. Cover–Up and Incident at Roswell), Showtime, 1994. M.A.N.T.I.S., 1994. Dr. Kurt Lowden, Without Warning, 1994. Dr. Bardwell, Tempting Fate (also known as Parallels), 1998. Scarpatti, Partners, 1999. Poppy Malavero, The Judas Kiss, Cinemax, 1999. Senator Everett Dirksen, Path to War, HBO, 2002. Television Appearances; Miniseries: The Bastard (also known as The Kent Chronicles), syndicated, 1978. Toddo Aurello, Witness to the Mob, NBC, 1998. Aristotle Onassis, Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, CBS, 2000. Television Appearances; Specials: Campus Culture Wars: Five Stories about P.C., PBS, 1993.

Also appeared in Love–In ’72.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Mr. Durfee, Riding for the Pony Express, CBS, 1980. Bick Jack—reporter’s dad, Loomis, CBS, 2001.

Television Appearances; Series: Superintendent James Malone, Mariah, ABC, 1987. Ed Meyers, Falcon Crest, CBS, 1989–1990. William Vaughn, Michael Hayes, CBS, 1997. George Greeley, Pasadena, Fox, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Motel owner, ⬙J. J.’s Fiancee: Part 2,⬙ Good Times, 1976. Severson, ⬙Gold Watch,⬙ Visions, 1976. Sergeant Hacker, ⬙The Light That Failed,⬙ M*A*S*H, CBS, 1977. Boyle, ⬙You Can Run, But You Can’t Hide,⬙ Visions, 1977. Oliver Warren, ⬙The Steel Inferno,⬙ Emergency!, 1978. Major Gordon, ⬙The Furlough,⬙ The Waltons, 1980. Captain Rusmussen, ⬙Smoke Screen,⬙ Quincy, 1982. Lieutenant Sweeney, ⬙Hot Line,⬙ Cagney & Lacey, 1982. Judge Wallace, ⬙A Cry for Help,⬙ T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1982. ⬙Houston: Duffy’s Choice,⬙ Lottery!, 1983.

Television Appearances; Movies: The Last Survivors, 1975. First reporter, Mayday at 40,000 Feet!, CBS, 1976. George, Man from Atlantis, NBC, 1977. Phillips, Kill Me If You Can (also known as The Caryl Chessman Story), NBC, 1977. Starrett, Terror Out of the Sky (also known as The Revenge of the Savage Bees), CBS, 1979. Professor Gordon Owens, Samurai, ABC, 1979. Warren Meech, The Night the Bridge Fell Down, NBC, 1980. 181

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Stage Appearances: Leader, Donogoo, Greenwich Mews Theatre, New York City, 1961. In White America, Players Theatre, New York City, 1965. Prinz, The World of Gunter Grass, Pocket Theatre, 1966. The Ecstasy of Rita, Washington Theatre Club, Washington, DC, 1972–1973. Ralph, An Absence of Light, Equity Library Theatre, New York Public Library at Lincoln Center, New York City, 1973. Title role, Gorky, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1975. Conjuring an Event, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 1976–1977. Photographer, Pete Costas, Hoagy, Bix, and Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, 1980–1981. Mr. Nixon, Secret Honor: The Last Testament of Richard M. Nixon (solo show), Provincetown Playhouse, New York City, 1983, then Los Angeles Actors’ Theatre, Los Angeles, 1983–1984. Duke Mantee, The Petrified Forest, Los Angeles Theatre Center, Los Angeles, 1985–1986. All My Sons, Los Angeles Theatre Center, 1986–1987. The Crucible, Los Angeles Theatre Center, 1990–1991. A Map of the World, Odyssey Theatre Ensemble, Los Angeles, 1991–1992. Max, The Homecoming, Los Angeles, 1995. Chertikov, Sonya, State University of New York at Purchase, 1996. Don, American Buffalo, Donmar Warehouse Theatre, London, then Atlantic Theatre, New York City, 2000. Nick, The Guys, Actors’ Gang, Hollywood, CA, 2002. Also appeared as Hucklebee, The Fantasticks, Sullivan Street Playhouse, New York City; in The Skin of Our Teeth; Death of a Salesman; Short Eyes. Major Tours: In White America, U.S. cities, 1965. Stage Work: (With Andrew Frye) Director, The Far Other Side of a Very Thin Line, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 1978–1979. WRITINGS Plays: (With James Shepard) The Far Other Side of a Very Thin Line, produced by Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 1978–1979.

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HAMILTON Title role, Laura, Los Angeles, 2000. Ethel Rosenberg, Worse than Murder: Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, Ventura Cort Theatre, Studio City, CA, 2002.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Los Angeles Times, ⬙Calendar,⬙ November 29, 1998, pp. 25–26.

Film Appearances: Night–Flowers (also known as Night Angels), 1979. Susan, T.A.G.: The Assassination Game (also known as Tag: The Assassination Game, Everybody Gets It in the End, and Kiss Me, Kill Me), New World, 1982. Eva the Crescent Moon Lady, The Stone Boy, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1983. Vicky Baxter, Children of the Corn (also known as Stephen King’s Children of the Corn), New World, 1984. Sarah Connor, The Terminator, Orion, 1984. Nina, Black Moon Rising, New World, 1986. Amy Franklin, King Kong Lives, De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1986. Sticky Fingers, 1988. Ellen Burrows, Mr. Destiny, Buena Vista, 1990. Sarah Connor, Terminator 2: Judgment Day (also known as T2, T2–Terminator 2: Judgment Day, T2: Extreme Edition, T2: Ultimate Edition, Terminator 2–Le jour du jugement dernier, and Terminator 2: le jugement dernier), TriStar, 1991. Herself, T2: More than Meets the Eye, 1993. Karen Rainer, Silent Fall, Warner Bros., 1994. Lauren Porter, Separate Lives, 1995. Sarah Connor, T2 3–D: Battle across Time (also known as T2: Terminator 2:3–D and Terminator 2: 3–D), 1996. Mayor Rachel Wando, Dante’s Peak, Universal, 1997. Amanda Givens, Shadow Conspiracy, Buena Vista, 1997. Tina Conway, Skeletons in the Closet, Artisan Entertainment, 2000. Valerie, Wholey Moses, 2003.

HAMILTON, Linda 1956– PERSONAL Full name, Linda Carroll Hamilton; born September 26, 1956, in Salisbury, MD; father, a physician; married Bruce Abbot (an actor), December 19, 1982 (divorced, 1989); married James Cameron (a director and writer), March 24, 1997 (divorced, 1999); children: (first marriage) Dalton, (second marriage) Josephine Archer. Education: Attended Washington College, Chesterton, MD; studied acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute. Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd. 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; Writers & Artists Agency, 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 550, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Manager—Bobbie Edrick, Artist Circle Entertainment, 8955 Norma Place, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nominations, best actress in a dramatic television series, 1988 and 1989, both for Beauty and the Beast; MTV Movie Awards, best female performance and most desirable female, Saturn Award, best actress, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, 1992, all for Terminator 2: Judgment Day; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a miniseries or motion picture made for television, 1996, for A Mother’s Prayer; Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite actress—action/adventure, 1998, for Dante’s Peak; Golden Satellite Award, best performance by an actress in a miniseries or a motion picture made for television, 2000, for The Color of Courage; Video Premiere Award, best supporting actress, 2001, for Skeletons in the Closet.

Television Appearances; Series: Lisa Rogers, Secrets of Midland Heights, CBS, 1980–1981. Lauren Hollister, King’s Crossing, ABC, 1982. Assistant District Attorney Catherine Chandler, Beauty and the Beast, CBS, 1987–1989. Television Appearances; Movies: Greta Rideout, Rape and Marriage—The Rideout Case, CBS, 1980. Anne Samoorian, Reunion, CBS, 1980. Josie Greenwood, Country Gold, CBS, 1982. Susan Decker, Secrets of a Mother and Daughter, CBS, 1983. Elena Koslov, Secret Weapons (also known as Secrets of the Red Bedroom and Sexpionage), NBC, 1985. Kate, Club Med, ABC, 1986. Claire Madison, Go toward the Light (also known as Go to the Light), CBS, 1988.

CREDITS Stage Appearances: Reporter, Looice, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, New York City, 1975. Young Elizabeth, Richard III, Actors’ Studio Theatre, New York City, 1977. 183

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Rosemary Holmstrom, A Mother’s Prayer, USA Network, 1995. Beth MacAlpine, The Way to Dusty Death, 1995. Detective Jean Martin, On the Line, ABC, 1998. Rachel Harrison, Point Last Seen, CBS, 1998. Marie Taquet, ⬙Marie Taquet,⬙ Rescuers: Stories of Courage: Two Couples, Showtime, 1998. Tina, Skeletons in the Closet, 1998. Anna Sipes, The Color of Courage, USA Network, 1999. Ruby Sanford, Unglued (also known as The Secret Life of Girls), 1999. Voice of Dr. Stephanie Lake, Batman Beyond: The Movie (animated), 1999. Joanna Scott, Sex & Mrs. X, Lifetime, 2000. Liz Donovan, Bailey’s Mistake, ABC, 2001. Elisabeth Vincken, Silent Night, 2002. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Rachel Logan, ⬙Unholy Alliances,⬙ A Girl Thing, Showtime, 2001. Television Appearances; Specials: Herself, The Making of ⬙Terminator,⬙ 1984. Herself, The Making of ⬙Terminator 2: Judgment Day,⬙ 1992. Toonces, the Cat Who Could Drive a Car, NBC, 1992. Herself, The American Film Institute Salute to Steven Spielberg, NBC, 1995. Narrator, Robots Rising, The Discovery Channel, 1998. Herself, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Dana Carvey, NBC, 1999. Herself, Other Voices: Creating ⬙The Terminator,⬙ 2001.

RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of Sarah Connor, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, 1991. Taped Readings: Martin Amis’s Night Train, Dove, 1998. Suzanne Finnamore’s Otherwise Engaged, Random House Audiobooks, 1999.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: MTV’s 1991 Video Music Awards, MTV and syndicated, 1991. MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 1992. Presenter, The 17th Annual CableACE Awards, 1995. Presenter, The Screen Actor’s Guild Awards, 1997. Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 1998.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, May 11, 1998, p. 64.

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Television Appearances: Pilots: Mattie MacGregor, Wishman, ABC, 1983.

PERSONAL Born October 8, 1960, Melbourne, FL; married Elizabeth (divorced c. 1980s); remarried Elizabeth, May 9, 1990; children: one daughter. Education: Graduated from University of Florida, Gainesville.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Sandy Valpariso, ⬙Fuchs Me? Fuchs You!,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1984. Sandy Valpariso, ⬙Grace under Pressure,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1984. Sandy Valpariso, ⬙Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1984. Carol McDermott, ⬙Menace, Anyone?,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1986. Host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1991. Late Night with David Letterman, 1991.

Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 1325 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10019. Manager—Brillstein–Grey Entertainment, 9150 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 350, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Office—c/o Saturday Night Live, NBC–TV, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10012–4130. 184

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HAMORI Himself, Bill Clinton, and other characters, Saturday Night Live: Best of the Clinton Scandal, NBC, 2000. Himself and various characters, Saturday Night Live: Presidential Bash 2000, NBC, 2000. Himself and various characters, Saturday Night Live: Best of Game Show Parodies, NBC, 2000. Himself and various characters, Saturday Night Live: Mother’s Day Special, NBC, 2001. Sports Illustrated’s Night of Champions, NBC, 2001. Saturday Night Live Primetime Extra, NBC, 2001. Himself, Saturday Night Live: TV Tales, NBC, 2002. Night of Too Many Stars, NBC, 2003. Voice, A Freezerburnt Christmas, NBC, 2003.

Career: Actor and comedian. Previously worked as a waiter and as a disc jockey at 105.1 FM, a radio station in Orlando, FL, in the late 1980s. Awards, Honors: TV Guide Award nomination (with Will Ferrell), breakout star of the year, 2001, for Saturday Night Live. CREDITS Film Appearances: Greenkeeper, Greenkeeping, Central Park Films, 1992. Chris McCarthy, Celtic Pride, Buena Vista, 1996. Mr. Robertson, Blues Brothers 2000, Universal, 1998. Voice of Master Little, The King and I (animated), Warner Bros., 1999. The Devil and Daniel Webster, Family Room Entertainment, 2001. Earl, Agent Cody Banks, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2003. Scary Movie 3, Dimension Films, 2003.

HAMORI, Andras PERSONAL Born in Hungary. Education: Attended Budapest University of Law, doctorate degree and diploma, film and theatre journalism.

Television Appearances; Series: Saturday Night Live (also known as SNL), NBC, 1995—.

Career: Producer. Alliance Entertainment, founding partner and senior vice president, 1985–89; Accent Entertainment Corporation, cofounder, 1989; Alliance Pictures, president, 1995—; H20 Motion Pictures, partner.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Late Show with David Letterman, 1995–2003. Premium Blend, Comedy Central, 1998. Himself, The Martin Short Show, syndicated, 1999. Himself, ⬙Dick’ll Take Manhattan: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ 3rd Rock from the Sun, NBC, 2000. Ted Bolger, ⬙Runaway,⬙ Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: S.V.U.), NBC and USA Network, 2001. Himself and other characters, The Wayne Brady Show, ABC, 2001. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, 2001, 2002. Comic Remix, 2002. Himself, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, CBS, 2003.

Awards, Honors: Gemini Awards, best continuing drama series, 1986, best dramatic series, 1987, TV Guide’s most popular program award, 1988, Gemini Award nomination, best dramatic series, 1988, all for Night Heat; Golden Reel Award (with John Kemeny), 1988, for The Gate; European Film Award nomination (with Robert Lantos), best film, 1999, and Genie Award (with Robert Lantos), best motion picture, 2000, both for Sunshine; Genie Award nomination (with Lantos and David Cronenberg), best motion picture, 2000, for eXistenZ.

Also appeared as Vice President Dick Cheney, Primetime Glick, Comedy Central; in Oddville, MTV, MTV.

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Television Appearances; Pilots: William & Ree Comedy Central, The Nashville Network, 1991.

Film Work: Assistant producer, Bedroom Eyes, Pan–Canadian Film Distributors, 1985. Associate producer, Heavenly Bodies, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1985. Executive in charge of production, La nuit magique (also known as Night Magic), 1985. Producer, Big Deal, 1985. Associate producer, Separate Vacations, Alliance, 1986. Producer, The Wraith, New Century, 1986.

Television Appearances; Specials: 71st Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1997. Himself and various characters, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Chris Rock, NBC, 1999. Himself and various characters, Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary, NBC, 1999. 185

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Producer, Nowhere to Hide, Alliance Entertainment, 1987. Coproducer, The Gate, Vestron Video, 1987. Executive producer, Iron Eagle II: The Battle Beyond the Flag (also known as Iron Eagle II and L’aigle de fer), Alliance Entertainment, 1988. Executive producer, Gnaw: Food of the Gods Part II (also known as Food of the Gods II, After Food of the Gods, and Food of the Gods Part 2), Carolco, 1989. Producer, Gate II (also known as The Gate II: Trespassers, Gate 2: The Trespassers, and Gate II: Return to the Nightmare), Triumph Releasing, 1990. Executive producer, South of Wawa, Accent Entertainment Corporation, 1992. Producer, Magic Hunter (also known as Buvoes vadasz and Freischuetz), Shadow Distribution, 1994. Coproducer, Mesmer, Mayfair Entertainment, 1994. Producer, Never Talk to Strangers (also known as L’inconnu and Spiel mit dem Feuer), Imperial Entertainment, 1995. Co–executive producer, Crash, Fine Line, 1996. Executive producer, The Sweet Hereafter (also known as De beaux lendemains), Fine Line, 1997. Executive producer, Strike! (also known as The Hairy Bird, All I Wanna Do, College femminile, and Les filles font la loi), Miramax, 1998. Producer, eXistenZ, Miramax, 1999. Producer, The Taste of Sunshine (also known as Sunshine, A Napfeny ize, and Sunshine—Ein Hauch von Sonnenschein), Alliance Pictures, Paramount Classics, 1999. Executive producer, A Room for Romeo Brass, USA Films, 1999. The Third Lie, 2000. Producer, The 51st State (also known as Formula 51), Screen Gems, 2001. Executive producer, Morvern Callar, Cowboy Pictures, 2002. Producer, Max, 2002. Producer, Owning Mahowny, Sony Pictures Classics, 2003.

HARRAS, Patricia PERSONAL Full name, Patricia Ann Harras; also known as Patti Harras; born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Addresses: Agent—Characters Talent Agency, 8 Elm St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 1G7. Career: Actress, director, and writer. Awards, Honors: Gemini Award, outstanding lead actress, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, for Jake and the Kid. CREDITS Film Appearances: Zombie, Linnea Quigley’s Horror Workout, Cinema Home Video, 1990. Van driver’s wife, Intersection, Paramount, 1994. Johnna, Bliss, Triumph Releasing, 1997. NASA wife, Mission to Mars (also known as M2M), Buena Vista, 2000. Di, Legs Apart, Toronto International Film Festival, 2000. Television Appearances; Movies: Julie, Have You Seen My Son?, ABC, 1996. Well–dressed woman, Nightmare Street, ABC, 1998. Dr. Vanderbosch, Christmas Rush, TBS, 2002. Television Appearances; Series: Appeared as Sally McBride (some sources cite Sally Caulfield) in The Marshal, ABC; and as Julia Osborne in Jake and the Kid.

Television Work; Series: Producer, Night Heat, 1985. Producer, Hot Shots, PBS, 1986–1987. Producer, Sweating Bullets (also known as Tropical Heat), CBS and syndicated, 1990–1991, 1992–1995; executive producer, 1991–1992.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Yvonne Leed, ⬙Battered,⬙ Sirens, ABC, 1993. Millie, ⬙Blast from the Past,⬙ Cobra, syndicated, 1994. Debbie, ⬙Sandkings,⬙ The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 1995. Sandy Kilkenney, ⬙Rita Brice,⬙ Cold Squad, CTV (Canada), 1998. Deborah Wagner, ⬙Seven Deadly Sins,⬙ Dead Man’s Gun, Showtime, 1998. Denise Kaylen, ⬙Seminar from Hell,⬙ Viper, syndicated, 1999. Karen Vincennes, ⬙Dead to Rights,⬙ The Crow: Stairway to Heaven, syndicated, 1999.

Television Work; Movies: Producer, God Bless the Child, ABC, 1988. Producer, Daughter of Darkness, CBS, 1990. Producer, Storm and Sorrow, Lifetime, 1990. Producer, Mrs. ’Arris Goes to Paris, CBS, 1992. Executive producer, City Boy, PBS, 1994. 186

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Amy, ⬙Breaking Point,⬙ The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 2000. ⬙Code of Silence,⬙ Just Cause, PAX, 2002.

Mom the Babysitter’s Dead; Young Artist Award nomination, outstanding young actress recurring in a television series, 1993, for Roseanne.

Stage Appearances: Meg, Crimes of the Heart, 1986. Lou Lou Belle Lee, Frontier Psychiatrist, 1986. Marcia, Ya Divvy, 1986. Hortensia, The Rehearsal, 1987. Carol, The Reunion, 1987. Louise, After the Fall, 1988. Amanda, Private Lives, 1988. Lady Anne, Richard III, 1988. Susan Harder, Heat, 1990. Amy Lee, Laundry and Bourbon, 1990. Honey, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, 1996. Curley’s wife, Of Mice and Men, 1997. Whose Life Is It Anyway?, First Impressions Theatre, Deep Cove Shaw Theatre, Deep Cove, British Columbia, Canada, 2001.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Jamie Lloyd, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, Galaxy International, 1988. Jamie Lloyd, Halloween 5 (also known as Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers), Galaxy International, 1989. Tracey, Marked for Death (also known as Screwface), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1990. Melissa Crandell, Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead, Warner Bros., 1991. First classroom student, City Slickers, Columbia, 1991. Darian Hallenbeck, The Last Boy Scout, Warner Bros., 1991. Gwenie, Free Willy, Warner Bros., 1993. Ashley Crighton, Daylight, Universal, 1996. Hayley Wheaton, Wish upon a Star, Warner Home Video, 1996. Susan, Shattered Image, 1996. Tosh Guaneri, Urban Legend (also known as Mixed Culture), TriStar, 1998. Lulu, Dizzyland, 1998. Suzi, Poor White Trash, Hollywood Independents, 2000. Em & Me, 2000. Totally Irresponsible, Trimark Pictures, 2000. Barbie, Killer Bud, Trimark Pictures, 2001. Voice of Debbie Thornberry, The Wild Thornberrys Movie (animated), Paramount, 2002. Voice of Debbie Thornberry, Rugrats Go Wild! (animated), Paramount, 2003. Freddy vs. Jason, New Line Cinema, 2003. Leila, The Partners, Fox, 2003.

Stage Director: The Scottish Play, 1998. WRITINGS Stage Plays: The Scottish Play, 1998.

HARRIS, Danielle 1977– PERSONAL Full name, Danielle Andrea Harris; born June 1, 1977, in Queens borough of New York, NY; daughter of Fran Harris.

Television Appearances; Series: Samantha ⬙Sami⬙ Garretson, One Life to Live (also known as One Life to Live: The Summer of Seduction), ABC, 1985–1987. Mollie Tilden (some sources cite Molly Tillman), a recurring role, Roseanne, ABC, 1992–1993. Cohost, Brains and Brawn (game show), NBC, 1993. Voice of Debbie Thornberry, The Wild Thornberrys (animated), Nickelodeon, 1998–2000. Plum Wilkinson DeLucca, That’s Life, ABC, 2000–2001.

Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; Melisa Spamer, Metropolitan Talent Agency, 4526 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010. Manager— Felicia Sager, Sager Management, 260 South Beverly Dr., Suite 205, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; Immortal Entertainment, 1650 21st St., Santa Monica, CA 90404. Career: Actress.

Television Appearances; Movies: Dana Hemmings, Don’t Touch My Daughter (also known as Nightmare), NBC, 1991. Young Isobel, The Killing Mind, Lifetime, 1991. Priscilla ⬙Cilla,⬙ The Woman Who Loved Elvis, ABC, 1993.

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Jessica at age fifteen, Roseanne: An Unauthorized Biography, Fox, 1994. Chelsea, Back to Back (also known as Back to Back: American Yakuza 2), HBO, 1996. Young Charlene, Goosed, The Movie Channel, 1999. Justine Sinclair, Hard Time: Hostage Hotel (also known as Hostage Hotel), TNT, 1999.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Fangoria, January, 1999, pp. 20–25, 82.

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Television Appearances; Pilots: Abby Proctor, 1775, CBS, 1992. Plum Wilkinson DeLucca, That’s Life, ABC, 2000.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Tara, ⬙Thanksgiving,⬙ Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1987. Melanie Monroe, ⬙Heart on a Chain,⬙ Eerie, Indiana, NBC, 1991. Susie Maxwell, ⬙The Big Fix,⬙ Growing Pains, ABC, 1991. Sheri Fisher, ⬙Romeo and Juliet,⬙ The Commish, ABC, 1994. Theresa ⬙T. K.⬙ Keiner, ⬙Sister Theresa,⬙ Boy Meets World, ABC, 1994. Tiffany, ⬙Camino High,⬙ High Incident, ABC, 1997. Laura Quentin, ⬙Something New,⬙ ER, NBC, 1997. Laura Quentin, ⬙Friendly Fire,⬙ ER, NBC, 1997. Willow Mortner, ⬙Clown without Pity,⬙ Brooklyn South, CBS, 1997. Willow Mortner, ⬙Tears on My Willow,⬙ Brooklyn South, CBS, 1998. Noelle Landru, ⬙An Education in Murder,⬙ Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1998. Eviva, ⬙The Fourth Sister,⬙ Charmed, The WB, 1998. Kiki, ⬙20 Hours in America: Part 1,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 2002.

Born 1940, in Jackson, MS (some sources say TN); son of William Thomas (an electrical engineer and farmer) and Polly (a high school teacher) Harris; married Harriet (divorced, mid–1960s); children: Anne. Education: Baylor University, B.A., English, 1964. Avocational Interests: Cooking, painting. Addresses: Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Office—c/o Saint Martin’s Press, 175 5th Ave., New York, NY 10010; Random House, 1540 Broadway, New York, NY 10036. Career: Novelist. Waco News–Tribune, night police reporter, 1963–66; Associated Press, New York City, general assignment reporter and night editor, 1968–74; True and Argosy magazines, story contributor, 1960s; novelist, 1968—; full–time writer, 1975—.

WRITINGS

Appeared as Jennifer in an episode of Jack’s Place, ABC; also appeared in episodes of Hollywood Lives and In Living Color.

Novels: Black Sunday, Putnam, 1975. Red Dragon, Putnam, 1981. Silence of the Lambs, St. Martin’s Press, 1988. Hannibal, Delacorte, 1999.

Television Appearances; Other: Circus of the Stars Gives Kids the World (special), CBS, 1993. Voice of Debbie Thornberry, The Wild Thornberrys: The Origin of Donnie (animated; also known as The Origin of Donnie), Nickelodeon, 2001.

ADAPTATIONS

Television Work; Series: Provided additional voices for The Wild Thornberrys (animated), Nickelodeon.

Black Sunday was adapted and filmed by John Frankenheimer and released by Paramount, 1977; Red Dragon was adapted for film as Manhunter (also known as Red Dragon: The Pursuit of Hannibal Lecter) by Michael Mann and released by De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1986; Silence of the Lambs was adapted and filmed by Jonathon Demme and released by Orion, 1991; Hannibal was adapted for film and released by MCA/Universal in 2001; Red Dragon was adapted for film and released by MCA/Universal in 2002.

RECORDINGS Videos: Inside ⬙Halloween 5,⬙ 2000. ⬙Halloween 4⬙ Final Cut, 2001. 188

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HAYWARD Tom, George B., Tango West, 1997. Security guard, Wishmaster (also known as Wes Craven Presents Wishmaster and Wes Craven’s Wishmaster), Live Film & Mediaworks, 1997. D’Artagnan, The Mask of Dumas (also known as The Man in the Iron Mask and The Three Musketeers Meet the Man in the Iron Mask), Invisible Studio/ Fastest Cheapest Best Film Corp., 1999. Merrill, Stageghost, All Channel Films, 2000. First cowboy, Knight Club, American World Pictures, 2001. Frank Savage, Echoes of Enlightenment, Myogaku Productions, 2001. Klete, Sniper 2, Columbia/TriStar, 2002. T, The Negative Pick–up, 2003.

OTHER SOURCES Books: A Dark Night’s Dreaming: Contemporary American Horror Fiction, University of South Carolina Press, 1996. It’s a Print!: Detective Fiction from Page to Screen, Popular Press, 1994. Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, May 7, 1999, p. 22. Journal of American Culture, spring, 1995. Los Angeles Times Book Review, July 17, 1988. Newsweek, June 7, 1999, p. 72. New York Times, August 15, 1988; March 25, 1990; June 13, 1999;. Notes on Contemporary Literature, January, 1995. Times (London), May 25, 1991. Tribune Books (Chicago), August 14, 1988. Washington Post Book World, August 21, 1988; May 21, 1989.

Film Work: Executive producer, The Mask of Dumas (also known as The Man in the Iron Mask and The Three Musketeers Meet the Man in the Iron Mask), Invisible Studio/Fastest Cheapest Best Film Corp., 1999. Television Appearances; Movies: The animal, Perry Mason: The Case of the Scandalous Scoundrel, NBC, 1987. Electrician, Grave Secrets: The Legacy of Hilltop Drive (also known as Grave Secrets), CBS, 1992. Revenge on the Highway (also known as Silent Thunder), NBC, 1992.

HAYDEN, Dennis 1952– PERSONAL Born April 7, 1952, in Girard, KS.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Trucker, ⬙Key to Angela,⬙ Falcon Crest, 1988. (Uncredited) Gunfighter, ⬙Stray Bullet,⬙ Paradise, CBS, 1988. ⬙Hard Choices,⬙ Paradise, CBS, 1989. Larry, ⬙Boozin’ Buddies,⬙ Who’s the Boss?, ABC, 1989. Police officer, ⬙The Things We Do for Love,⬙ Sisters, NBC, 1993. Bud Poplin, ⬙These Foolish Things,⬙ The Marshal, ABC, 1995.

Career: Actor and producer. Appeared in stage productions and in commercials, including one for True Value hardware stores, 1996–97. CREDITS Film Appearances: Bartender, Tomboy, Crown International Pictures, 1985. Sonny, Murphy’s Law, Cannon Films, 1986. First police officer, Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling, Columbia, 1986. Mean drunk, Slamdance, Island Pictures, 1987. Shaker, Action Jackson, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1988. Eddie, Die Hard, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1988. Barroom tough guy, Another 48 Hrs., Paramount, 1990. Eddie Taylor, One Man Army (also known as Kick & Fury), Concorde–New Horizons, 1994. Phil Coe, Wild Bill, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1995. Senator James Lockholt, The Random Factor, Showbuzz Productions, 1995. Detective, Fatal Choice, 1995. Lieutenant Davis, Beyond Desire, Beyond Pictures, 1995. The Shoot, 1997.

Appeared as a sheriff in The Marshal and as a desperado in Team Knight Rider, syndicated.

HAYWARD, Rachel (Rachael Hayward) PERSONAL Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Education: Graduate of Ontario College of Art. Addresses: Agent—Lisa Kirk, Kirk Talent Agencies, Inc., 1006 Beach Ave., 8th Floor, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6E 1T7. 189

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Career: Actress. Worked as a model; appeared in commercials. Also worked as a freelance graphic designer.

Maggie Reid, Voyage of Terror (also known as The Fourth Horseman and Die Schreckensfahrt der Orion Star), Fox Family Channel, 1998. Rachel Castlemore, Deadlocked (also known as Deadlocked—Die fuenfte Gewalt), TNT, 2000. Reece Robins, Cabin Pressure, 2001. Amy, The Snow Queen, Hallmark Channel, 2002.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Fun Park, New World, 1985. Angie, Breaking All the Rules, New World, 1985. Dr. Myers, Xtro II: The Second Encounter, New Line Home Video, 1990. Last victim, Knight Moves (also known as Face to Face and Knight Moves—Ein moerderisches Spiel), Interstar, 1993. Caroline Raynor, Time Runner (also known as In Exile), Alliance Atlantis Communications/North American Releasing, 1993. Roxanne, Suspicious Agenda (also known as Under the Gun), WarnerVision, 1995. T. K. Wallace, Convergence (also known as Premonition), New City Releasing, 1999. Trish, The Fear: Resurrection (also known as The Fear: Halloween Night), A–pix Entertainment, 1999. Panama, Y2K (also known as Terminal Countdown), PM Entertainment Group, 1999. Dr. Fishbourne, Limp, Goal Line Productions/Swell Entertainment, 1999. Sonya Orlova, The Operative, Studio Home Entertainment, 2000. Lola, Apartment Hunting (also known as Lola), Alliance Atlantis Communications, 2000. Kate O’Conner, Watchtower (also known as Cruel and Unusual), Alliance Atlantis Communications, 2001. Dr. Allison, Hellraiser: Hellseeker, Buena Vista Home Video, 2002. Carrie, Cellmates, RBG Entertainment, 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Beth, ⬙John Doe,⬙ Neon Rider, syndicated, 1990. Marie Pulaski, ⬙A Matter of Life or Death: Part 1,⬙ The Commish, ABC, 1991. Karen, ⬙Eggheads,⬙ Sliders, Fox, 1995. Valerie Meech, ⬙Leader of the Pack,⬙ Highlander, syndicated, 1995. Delila, ⬙The End of Innocence,⬙ Highlander, syndicated, 1996. Julianna ⬙Jolie⬙ Morrow, ⬙Wheelman,⬙ Viper, syndicated, 1997. Angela, ⬙The Mikado,⬙ Millennium, Fox, 1998. Emma Roe, ⬙Go Like You Know,⬙ The Net, USA Network, 1998. Megan Galloway, ⬙Blue Champagne,⬙ Welcome to Paradox, Sci–Fi Channel, 1998. Susan Tannen, ⬙Blue Agave,⬙ First Wave, Sci–Fi Channel, 1998. Maureen Masters, ⬙The Really Real Reenactment,⬙ Viper, syndicated, 1998. Amazon, ⬙Them Bones Them Bones,⬙ Xena: Warrior Princess, syndicated, 1999. ⬙The Seductress,⬙ The Hunger, Showtime, 2000. Adulasia Stalin, ⬙Fear and Loathing in the Milky Way,⬙ Andromeda, syndicated, 2001. Cory, ⬙Last Call at the Broken Hammer,⬙ Andromeda, syndicated, 2001. Amanda, ⬙Office Management,⬙ Bliss, 2003. Christina, ⬙Within These Walls,⬙ Mutant X, syndicated, 2003. Alma/Rosemary, ⬙The Man Who Never Was,⬙ The Dead Zone (also known as Stephen King’s The Dead Zone), USA Network, 2003.

Television Appearances; Series: Florence, Harsh Realm, Fox, 1999–2000. Adoley Thornton, Call of the Wild (also known as Jack London’s Call of the Wild), CBS, 2000.

Appeared as Mindy in an episode of The Hat Squad; and as Lisa London in an episode of Police Academy: The Series.

Television Appearances; Movies: Sonia Glatt, Anything for Love (also known as Just One of the Girls), Fox, 1992. Ann Treadwell, The Sea Wolf, TNT, 1993. Harriett, Sidney Sheldon’s A Stranger in the Mirror (also known as A Stranger in the Mirror), ABC, 1993. Barmaid Gabby, The Final Cut, HBO, 1995. Jill Weitz, She Woke Up Pregnant (also known as Crimes of Silence), ABC, 1996. Bookstore fan, Bloodhounds II, USA Network, 1996. Alexa Stant, Dead Fire (also known as Le vaisseau de l’enfer), Sci–Fi Channel, 1997.

Television Appearances; Pilots: (As Rachael Hayward) Third guard, Stargate SG–1: Children of the Gods, Showtime and syndicated, 1997. RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of third cowgirl, Wirehead, 1995. 190

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HELLER The Eavesdropper (also known as El ojo de la cerradura and El ojo que espia), 1964, Royal Films International, 1966. Once upon a Tractor, 1965. Come Spy with Me, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1967. Stop, Warner Bros., 1970. (With Fred Weintraub) Enter the Dragon (also known as The Deadly Three, Operation Dragon, and Long zheng hu dou), Warner Bros., 1973. (With Weintraub) Black Belt Jones, Warner Bros., 1974. (With Weintraub) Golden Needles (also known as Chase for the Golden Needles), American International Pictures, 1974. (With Weintraub) Truck Turner (also known as Black Bullet), American International Pictures, 1974. The Wilby Conspiracy, 1975. (With Weintraub) The Ultimate Warrior (also known as The Barony and The Last Warrior), Warner Bros., 1975. (With Weintraub) Trial by Combat (also known as A Choice of Arms, Choice of Weapons, and Dirty Knight’s Work), Gamma III, 1976. (With Weintraub) Hot Potato, Warner Bros., 1976. Crash, Warner Bros., 1976. (With Weintraub) The Pack (also known as The Long, Dark Night and The Long Hard Night), Warner Bros., 1977. (With Weintraub) Checkered Flag or Crash, Universal, 1978. (With Weintraub) The Promise (also known as Face of a Stranger), Universal, 1979. (With Martha Scott) First Monday in October, Paramount, 1981. Withnail and I, Cineplex Odeon, 1987. The Lunatic, Triton Pictures, 1991. Fatal Inheritance, 1993. The Annihilation of Fish, Regent Entertainment, 2001.

HELLER, Paul 1927– (Paul M. Heller) PERSONAL Full name, Paul Michael Heller; born September 25, 1927, in New York, NY; son of Alex Gordon (an inventor) and Anna (an activist; maiden name, Rappaport) Heller; married Georganne Aldrich (divorced, 1981); children: Michael Peter, Charles Paul. Education: Studied engineering at Drexel Institute of Technology (now Drexel University), 1944–45; Hunter College (now of the City University of New York), B.A., 1950. Addresses: Office—Paul Heller Productions, Inc., 1666 North Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Producer and art director. Set designer for theatre, film, and television productions, 1952–61; MPO Pictures Inc., president, 1964–69; Warner Bros., production executive, 1970–71; Sequoia Pictures Inc., founder (with Fred Weintraub), 1972; Paul Heller Productions Inc., Beverly Hills, CA, president, 1978—. Intrepid Productions, president. Community Film Workshop Council, New York City, chair of board of directors; New York University, instructor in motion picture and television production, 1964–66; American Film Institute, instructor; Columbia University, guest lecturer. Hearst Castle Preservation, member of board of directors; Human–Dolphin Foundation, member. Sometimes credited as Paul M. Heller. Military service: U.S. Army, served in Signal Corps; received Presidential Unit Citation. Member: Screen Actors Guild, Directors Guild of America, Actors’ Equity Association, United Scenic Artists, American Film Institute (founding member, Committee of 100), Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, British Academy of Film and Television Arts (member of board of directors), Plumstead Theatre Society (chair of board of directors), Lotos Club.

Film Executive Producer: Secret Ceremony, Universal, 1968. Outlaw Blues, Warner Bros., 1977. My Left Foot (also known as My Left Foot: The Story of Christy Brown), Miramax, 1989. Film Production Designer: Cop Hater, 1958. Happy Anniversary, United Artists, 1959.

Awards, Honors: Cesar Award nomination, best foreign film, Academie des Arts et Techniques du Cinema, Venice Film Festival Award, best first work, and Mar Del Plata Festival Award, best film, all 1962, for David and Lisa; Mar Del Plata Festival Award, best film, 1964, for The Eavesdropper; Academy Award, best picture, 1989, for My Left Foot; Cesar Award, best foreign film, for Secret Ceremony; special award from National Association for Mental Health.

Film Director: (Uncredited) It’s Showtime (also known as Crazy Animals, Jaws, Paws, Claws, Wonderful World of Those Cukoo Animals, and World of Those Cuckoo), 1976.

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Film Appearances: Radio operator, Enter the Dragon (also known as The Deadly Three, Operation Dragon, and Long zheng hu dou), Warner Bros., 1973.

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Television Work; Movies: Executive producer, The Disappearance of Christina, USA Network, 1993. Co–executive producer, David and Lisa (also known as Oprah Winfrey Presents: David and Lisa), ABC, 1998.

Member: Virginia Screenwriters Forum (officer), Virginia Production Alliance (officer at large).

Television Work; Other: Executive producer, Falcon’s Gold (pilot; also known as Robbers of the Sacred Mountain), Showtime, 1982. Producer, Wait until Dark (special), HBO, 1982. Executive producer, Pygmalion (special), Showtime, 1983.

Awards, Honors: Short Film Award, best action short film, New York International Independent Film and Video Festival, 1999, for The Nest; Genre Award, best action feature film, and Feature Film Award, best director, both New York International Independent Film and Video Festival, 2002, for Wicked Spring.

Stage Work: Stage manager, Angel in the Pornshop, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1951. Executive producer, The New York Experience (multimedia show), Trans–Lux Corp., 1973.

CREDITS Film Work: Producer and director, The Nest (short film), LionHeart Film Works, 1999. Executive producer (with D. J. Perry) and director, Wicked Spring, TSN Distribution, 2001. Supervising producer, The Flock, LionHeart Film Works/Road Less Traveled Pictures, 2001. Producer and director, The Mystic Motel, LionHeart Film Works, 2003.

Executive producer of South Street Venture (multimedia show); also producer of multimedia shows for the Skirball Cultural Center Museum, 1999, and Hong Kong Museum of History, 2000. ADAPTATIONS Heller’s films Trial by Combat and The Promise were based on stories by him.

Film Appearances: Confederate soldier, Gettysburg, New Line Cinema, 1993. Dying Union soldier, Wicked Spring, TSN Distribution, 2001.

HERSHBERGER, Kevin 1973– (Kevin R. Hershberger) PERSONAL

Television Work; Series: Executive producer, director, and cinematographer, A Deep, Steady Thunder, 2003.

Full name, Kevin Richard Hershberger; born September 7, 1973, in Indianapolis, IN; married Amber Dawn, December 10, 1995 (divorced, 1999). Education: Virginia Military Institute, graduated, 1995. Avocational Interests: Collecting antique military uniforms and equipment.

Television Appearances; Movies: Cadet, Assault at West Point: The Court–Martial of Johnson Whittaker (also known as Assault at West Point), Showtime, 1994.

Addresses: Office—LionHeart Film Works, P.O. Box 17154, Richmond, VA 23226.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Appeared in ⬙Reenact This!,⬙ an episode of Split Screen, Independent Film Channel; also appeared in Civil War Journal, History Channel.

Career: Director, producer, writer, actor, and cinematographer. LionHeart Film Works, Richmond, VA, president, managing partner, and director. Virginia French Film Festival, board member, 2002. Virginia

Stage Work: Costume designer and choreographer, Red Badge of Courage (musical), 1994. 192

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HETRICK Elizabeth Gracen Walters, Profit, Fox, 1996. Veronica Wilding Barrett, General Hospital, ABC, 1998.

RECORDINGS Videos: Director and cinematographer, Far, Far from Home: Music and Camp Scenes from the War between the States (documentary), 2nd South Carolina/Kershaw’s Minstrel Band/Calvin Historical Productions/Collective Development/LionHeart Film Works/Palmetto Productions, 2000. Appeared as himself, The Making of ⬙Wicked Spring,⬙ LionHeart Film Works, 2001.

Television Appearances; Movies: Nancy Klein, Absolute Strangers, CBS, 1991. Janet Wilkes, And Then There Was One, Lifetime, 1994. Television Appearances; Specials: Narrator for Janet, Conquering Space, Showtime, 1989. Liz, Crosstown, CBS, 1996.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Ann Madison (some sources cite Ann Madigan), ⬙White Bone Demon,⬙ Unsub, NBC, 1989. Vash, ⬙Captain’s Holiday,⬙ Star Trek: The Next Generation, syndicated, 1990. Vash and Maid Marian, ⬙Qpid,⬙ Star Trek: The Next Generation, syndicated, 1991. Charlotte Rowen, ⬙Good Night Sweet Charlotte,⬙ The Young Riders, ABC, 1992. Mrs. Scanton, ⬙Pennies from Heaven,⬙ Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1992. Holly Reigeluth, ⬙Denise and De Nuptials,⬙ Civil Wars, ABC, 1992. Holly Reigeluth, ⬙Drone of Arc,⬙ Civil Wars, ABC, 1992. Holly Reigeluth, ⬙Devil’s Advocate,⬙ Civil Wars, ABC, 1992. Holly Reigeluth, ⬙A Partridge in a Pair’s Tree,⬙ Civil Wars, ABC, 1992. Vash, ⬙Q–Less,⬙ Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, syndicated, 1993. Gayle Wheeler, ⬙You Can Call Me Johnson,⬙ Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1994. Caroline Fontaine, ⬙Last Days,⬙ Sliders, Fox, 1995. Dinah Wharton, ⬙Private Dancer,⬙ Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1996. Sharon Skinner, ⬙Avatar,⬙ The X–Files, Fox, 1996. Laura MacElroy, ⬙Services Rendered,⬙ Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1996. Mrs. Bach, ⬙White Rabbit,⬙ Dark Skies, NBC, 1997. The captain, ⬙Snap Ending,⬙ Perversions of Science, HBO, 1997. Miss Wilcox, ⬙Gay Avec,⬙ Brooklyn South, CBS, 1998. Kim, ⬙Rebound,⬙ Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1998. Ms. Moran, ⬙Homecoming,⬙ Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The WB, 1998. ⬙Fillmore Street,⬙ Party of Five, Fox, 1999. Judge Elizabeth Ackerman, ⬙Legalese,⬙ Vengeance Unlimited, ABC, 1999. Claire LaBeau, ⬙The Seer,⬙ Sliders, Sci–Fi Channel, 2000. Ann Wade, ⬙Pianissimo,⬙ Profiler, NBC, 2000.

Film Scripts: (As Kevin R. Hershberger) The Nest (short film), LionHeart Film Works, 1999. Wicked Spring, TSN Distribution, 2001. The Mystic Motel, LionHeart Film Works, 2003. Television Series: A Deep, Steady Thunder, 2003. Video Scripts: Far, Far from Home: Music and Camp Scenes from the War between the States (documentary), 2nd South Carolina/Kershaw’s Minstrel Band/Calvin Historical Productions/Collective Development/LionHeart Film Works/Palmetto Productions, 2000. OTHER SOURCES Electronic: LionHeart Film Works, http://www.lionheartfilmworks. com, July 3, 2003.

HETRICK, Jennifer 1958– (Jenni Hetrick) PERSONAL Born 1958, in Westerville, OH; children: Lilly. Career: Actress. Appeared in a commercial for 10–10– 220 long distance telephone service, 1999. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Corrine Hammond–Becker, a recurring role, L.A. Law, NBC, 1989–1991. Bonnie Carroll, Bodies of Evidence, CBS, 1992. 193

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Television Appearances; Other: Dr. Melanie Wilde, The Doctors Wilde (pilot), CBS, 1987. Unknown Subject, 1989. Film Appearances: (As Jenni Hetrick) Samantha, Squeeze Play, Troma Films, 1980.

Television Appearances; Movies: Blade Squad, Fox, 1998. Emily, Pretty When You Cry, HBO, 2001. Alice Richards, The Locket, CBS, 2002.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Celebrity Sleuth, Volume 1, number 1, 1991, pp. 82–83. Starlog, November, 1995.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Tracy Larkspur, Texas Justice, CBS, 1995. Television Appearances; Pilots: Lorice, The Player, ABC, 1997.

HEURING, Lori 1973–

Television Appearances; Episodic: Annie Braxton, ⬙Hall of Fame,⬙ Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1996. Roxanne, ⬙Halloween,⬙ 7th Heaven, The WB, 1996. The cowgirl, ⬙Not So Great Expectations,⬙ Ellen, ABC, 1996. Corrine Phillips, ⬙Chapter Twelve, Year Two,⬙ Murder One, ABC, 1997. Laura Scott, ⬙Miracles,⬙ The Visitor, Fox, 1997. Renee, ⬙Don’t Walk Away, Renee,⬙ Early Edition, CBS, 1998. Maggie Naughton, ⬙Since I Don’t Know You,⬙ To Have & To Hold, 1998. Kate Jones/Eloise Kurtz, ⬙Doppelganger,⬙ Alias, ABC, 2001. Kate Jones/Eloise Kurtz, ⬙Reckoning,⬙ Alias, ABC, 2001. Karen Kaiser, ⬙Mixed Doubles,⬙ Going to California, Showtime, 2002.

PERSONAL Full name, Lori Ann Heuring; born April 6, 1973, in Panama. Education: University of Texas, Austin, B.A. (with honors), finance. Addresses: Agent—Writers & Artists Agency, 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 550, Los Angeles, CA 90211. Manager—Mosaic Media Group, 9200 Sunset Blvd., 10th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actress. Previously worked as a model. CREDITS Film Appearances: Below 30/Above 10,000, 1993. Bridesmaid, 8 Seconds (also known as The Lane Frost Story), New Line Cinema, 1994. Shelly, Animal Room, 1995. Flapper, The Newton Boys, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998. Donna, Restaurant, Palisades Pictures, 1998. Get a Job, Taurus Entertainment Company, 1998. Young woman, Weeping Shriner, 1999. Christie, The Operator, First Look Pictures Releasing, 2000. Adrien Williams, The In Crowd, 2000. Just Sue Me, 2000. Nailed, Curb Entertainment, 2001. Lorraine Kesher, Adam’s wife, Mulholland Dr. (also known as Mulholland Drive), Universal, 2001. Nikki, True Blue, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2001. Maggie Tate, Gas Station Jesus, 2001.

Also appeared in Legacy, UPN; as Angelina, ⬙Death Becomes Her,⬙ Wasteland, ABC.

HICKEY, John Benjamin 1963– (John B. Hickey) PERSONAL Born June 25, 1963, in Plano, TX. Education: Trained at Juilliard School. Addresses: Agent—Diana Doussant, HWA Talent Representatives, 220 East 23rd St., Suite 400, New York, NY 10010. 194

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Career: Actor and director. Awards, Honors: Obie Award, distinguished ensemble performance, Village Voice, 1995, for Love! Valour! Compassion! CREDITS Film Appearances: (As John B. Hickey) Henry, The Bet, 1992. Old Baybrook police officer, The Ref (also known as Hostile Hostages), Buena Vista, 1994. Dwayne, Only You (also known as Him and Just in Time), 1994. Priest, Comfortably Numb, Meistrich Corp., 1995. Bruce, Sin Ⲇ8, 1996. Joe Nader, Eddie, Buena Vista, 1996. Arthur Pape, Love! Valour! Compassion!, Fine Line, 1997. Mark Boland, The Ice Storm, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1997. Travis Furlong, Finding North, Cowboy Booking International, 1999. Captain Goodson, The General’s Daughter (also known as Wehrlos—Die Tochter des Generals), Paramount, 1999. Dr. Barry Lehman, The Bone Collector, Universal, 1999. Jerry Adams, The Anniversary Party, Fine Line, 2001. Carlyle, Changing Lanes, Paramount, 2002.

Stage Appearances: Jonathon Toffler and young Graydon, The End of the Day, Playwrights Horizons Theatre, New York City, 1992. Oskar, On the Bum, Playwrights Horizons Theatre, 1992. Arthur Pape, Love! Valour! Compassion!, Manhattan Theatre Club Stage I, New York City, 1994–1995, then Walter Kerr Theatre, New York City, 1995. Griever, Blue Window, Manhattan Theatre Club Stage I, 1996. David, God’s Heart, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York City, 1997. Jonathan Balton, The Film Society, Adams Memorial Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, 1997. Clifford Bradshaw, Cabaret (musical), Roundabout Theatre Company, Kit Kat Klub, New York City, 1998. Reverend John Hale, The Crucible, Virginia Theatre, New York City, 2002. Reflections ... Post 9/11 through the Children’s Eyes, Estelle R. Newman Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 2002.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Detective Patterson, Perfect Murder, Perfect Town, CBS, 2000. Roger Edens, Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows, ABC, 2001. Television Appearances; Movies: Paul Kessler, The Lady in Question, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. Horatio, Hamlet, Odyssey Channel, 2000. Commander Shelby, A Glimpse of Hell, FX Channel, 2001. Television Appearances; Pilots: Philip, It’s All Relative, ABC, 2003. Television Appearances; Episodic: Paul Gaines, ⬙Good Time Charlie,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 1994. ⬙You Thought the Pope Was Something,⬙ New York News, CBS, 1995. Dr. Elliott, ⬙Speaking in Tongues,⬙ Nothing Sacred, ABC, 1997.

Also appeared in Dreading Thekla, Williamstown Theatre Festival; New Music, Cleveland Playhouse, Cleveland, OH; Snakebit, New York Stage and Film Theatre, New York City; The Substance of Fire, Lincoln Center Theatre, New York City; and Valued Friends, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT. 195

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Stage Director: Bad Dates, Playwrights Horizons Theatre, New York City, 2003. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Advocate, July 6, 1999, pp. 55–56.

HILLSHAFER, Bethany Rooney See ROONEY, Bethany

HOBLIT, Gregory 1944– PERSONAL

CREDITS

Full name, Gregory King Hoblot; born November 27, 1944, in Abilene, TX; son of Harold Foster (an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation) and Elizabeth Hubbard King; married Deborah Farentino (an actress); children: Molly, Sophie. Education: Studied political science at University of California, Berkeley; studied history and political science at University of California, Los Angeles; did graduate work in film and television at University of California, Los Angeles.

Television Work; Series: Supervising producer, Paris, CBS, 1979. Executive producer, producer, and supervising producer, Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1981–1987. Executive producer, Bay City Blues, NBC, 1983. Co–executive producer and producer, L.A. Law, NBC, 1986–1994. Producer, Hooperman, ABC, 1987–1989. Co–executive producer, Cop Rock, ABC, 1990. Producer, Civil Wars, ABC, 1991–1993. Executive producer, NYPD Blue, ABC, 1993—.

Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Contact—Abilene Pictures, 335 N. Maple Dr., Ste. 135, Beverly Hills, CA 90210.

Television Work; Pilots: Director and associate producer, Dr. Strange, CBS, 1978. Director, Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1981. Supervising producer, Every Stray Dog and Kid, NBC, 1981. Director, Bay City Blues, NBC, 1983. Director and producer, L.A. Law, NBC, 1986. Director, Hooperman, ABC, 1987. Director, Cop Rock, ABC, 1990. Director, Civil Wars, ABC, 1991. Director, NYPD Blue, ABC, 1993. Producer, The Hall, CBS, 1999. Director, NYPD Blue 2069, Fox, 2003. Director and executive producer, The E Team, ABC, 2003.

Career: Producer and director. Creative Film Management, New York City, director of television commercials, beginning in 1994; Abilene Pictures, producer. Worked as a production assistant for The Joey Bishop Show, 1970s; producer of talk shows for a television station in Chicago, IL; also worked as a television scriptwriter. Member: Directors Guild of America. Awards, Honors: Emmy Awards (with others), best drama series, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, Emmy Award nominations (with others), best drama series, 1985, 1986, and Peabody Award, all for Hill Street Blues; Emmy Award nomination (with others), best drama series, Directors Guild of America Award nomination, outstanding directorial achievement in dramatic specials, 1987, Emmy Award, outstanding directing in a drama series, 1988, and Peabody Award, all for L.A.

Television Work; Movies: Producer, Vampire, 1979. Producer and director, Roe vs. Wade, NBC, 1989. Director, Class of ’61, ABC, 1993. 196

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HOCH HOCH, Danny 1970– PERSONAL

Television Work; Specials: Worked on the documentary The Los Altos Story, 1990.

Born November 23, 1970, in New York, NY (some sources say Brooklyn–Queens, NY). Education: Graduated from the High School of Performing Arts, New York City; studied theatre at the British–American Drama Academy, London, 1990; performance studies at New York University, 1991–93; trained for the stage at the North Carolina School of the Arts, 1988–89. Religion: Jewish.

Television Director; Episodic: ⬙Fecund Hand Rose,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1981. ⬙Rittes of Spring: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1981. ⬙Hearts and Minds,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1981. ⬙Blood and Money,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1981. ⬙Freedom’s Last Stand,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1982. ⬙Invasion of the Third World Body Snatchers,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1982. ⬙Trial by Fury,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1982. ⬙A Hair of the Dog,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1982. ⬙Parting Is Such Sweep Sorrow,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1984. ⬙Eva’s Brawn,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1984. ⬙Rookie Nookie,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1984. ⬙Fowl Play,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1984. ⬙Queen for a Day,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1985. ⬙Grin and Bear It,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1985. ⬙Those Lips, That Eye,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1986. ⬙The Wizard of Odds,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1987. ⬙The Answer My Friend, Is Passing in the Wind,⬙ Hooperman, ABC, 1987. ⬙Goodbye, Judge Green,⬙ Equal Justice, 1990. NYPD Blue, ABC, 1993–1994.

Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 1325 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10019. Career: Actor, writer, and director. New York University, New York City, performed with the Creative Arts Team for adolescents in alternative high schools and correctional institutions; Active Element Foundation, founding board member. Awards, Honors: Obie Award, Village Voice, and Fringe First Award, Edinburgh Festival, both 1994, for Some People; CableACE Award nomination, 1996, for Danny Hoch: Some People; Sundance Writers fellow, 1996; CalArts/Alpert Award in theatre, 1998; Bay Area Drama Critics Circle Award, New York Press–Best of Manhattan Award, 1998, both for Jails, Hospitals & Hip–Hop; Tennessee Williams fellow, 1999; Urbanworld Film Festival Honorable Mention (with Mark Benjamin), best feature, 2000, for Jails, Hospitals & Hip–Hop; Wesleyan Millett Writing Fellowship, 2000; New School’s Vera List Center for Art & Politics fellowship, 2000–01; solo theatre fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts.

Also directed ⬙Ill–Gotten Gains,⬙ Cop Rock. Film Work: Director, Dawn Horse (documentary), 1972. Director, Primal Fear, Paramount, 1996. Director, Fallen, Warner Bros., 1998. Director and producer, Frequency, New Line Cinema, 1999. Producer and director, Hart’s War, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 2002.

CREDITS Stage Appearances: Pot Melting (solo show), Under One Roof Theatre Company, One Dream Theatre, New York City, 1992. Various characters, including Tono, Kazmierczack, Floe, Doris, Cesar, Caribbean Tiger, Bill, and Madman, Some People (solo show), Theatre at Performance Space 122, New York City, 1993, then New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, New York City, 1994, later Stage II, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1994–1995. Evolution of a Homeboy: Jails, Hospitals, and Hip–Hop (solo show), Julia Morgan Theatre, Berkeley, CA, 1997, then Public Theatre, 1998. Sonny, The Flattered Fifth, New Group, 1997.

Film Appearances: Himself, The Science & Technology Behind ⬙Frequency,⬙ 2000. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Shoot, April 1, 1994, p. 7; March 29, 1996, p. S104. 197

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Major Tours: Toured in the solo show Some People, U.S., Austrian, Cuban, and Scottish cities.

Some People, produced at Theatre at Performance Space 122, New York City, 1993, then New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, New York City, 1994, later Stage II, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1994–1995, also toured U.S., Austrian, Cuban, and Scottish cities. Evolution of a Homeboy: Jails, Hospitals, and Hip– Hop, produced at Julia Morgan Theatre, Berkeley, CA, 1997, then Public Theatre, 1998.

Stage Work: Director and creator, Flow, New York Theatre Workshop, New York City, 2003. Television Appearances; Series: Def Poetry Jam (also known as Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry), HBO, 2002.

Stage Plays: Clinic Con Class for the Pieces of the Quilt AIDS Theatre Project, produced at Magic Theater, San Francisco, CA, 1996. Against the Wall, produced at Mumia 911/Public Theater, New York City, 1999.

Television Appearances; Movies: Father, 3 A.M., Showtime, 2001. Television Appearances; Specials: Various characters, including Tono, Kazmierczack, Floe, Doris, Cesar, Caribbean Tiger, and Bill, Danny Hoch: Some People (solo show), HBO, 1995.

Also wrote Children of War. Television Episodes: ⬙Honey–Getter,⬙ Subway Stories: Tales from the Underground, HBO, 1997.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Edward, ⬙Honey–Getter,⬙ Subway Stories: Tales from the Underground, HBO, 1997. Kracker, ⬙Soulless,⬙ Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: S.V.U.), NBC, 2003.

Screenplays: Whiteboys (also known as Whiteboyz), 1999. Jails, Hospitals & Hip–Hop, 2000.

Television Director; Episodic: Directed Def Poetry Jam (also known as Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry), HBO.

Other Writings: Contributor to periodicals, including Harper’s Bazaar, New Theatre Review, and Out of Character.

Film Appearances: First robber, His and Hers, Alliance Independent Films, 1997. Private Carni, The Thin Red Line, Twentieth Century– Fox, 1998. Flip, Whiteboys (also known as Whiteboyz), Fox Searchlight Pictures, 1999. Timmi Hilnigger, Bamboozled, 2000. Danny, Bronks, Flip, Sam, Gabriel, Victor, Peter, Andy, Emcee Enuff, Jails, Hospitals & Hip–Hop, 2000. Prison Song, New Line Cinema, 2001. Dominick Pilla, Black Hawk Down, Columbia, 2001. Mickey, Washington Heights, Mac Releasing LLC, 2002. Marty, American Splendor, Fine Line, 2003.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: American Theatre, July/August, 1998, p. 30. Back Stage, November 11, 1994, p. 31. Variety, November 3, 1997, p. 110.

HOFFMAN, Philip Seymour 1967– (Phil Hoffman, Philip Hoffman, Philip S. Hoffman) PERSONAL

Film Director: Jails, Hospitals & Hip–Hop, 2000.

Born July 23, 1967, in Fairport, NY; son of a Xerox employee and Marilyn (a lawyer, civil rights activist, and family court judge) Hoffman. Education: New York University, B.F.A., theatre, 1989; attended Circle in the Square Professional Theatre School, New York City.

WRITINGS Solo Shows for the Stage: Pot Melting, produced by Under One Roof Theatre Company, One Dream Theatre, New York City, 1992.

Addresses: Agent—Paradigm Talent Agency, 10100 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 2500, Los Angeles, CA 198

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HOFFMAN (As Philip Hoffman) Chuck, My Boyfriend’s Back (also known as Johnny Zombie), Buena Vista, 1993. (As Philip S. Hoffman) Cochran, Money for Nothing, Hollywood Pictures, 1993. Wiley McCall, Joey Breaker (also known as Agent Breaker), Skouras Pictures, 1993. (As Philip S. Hoffman) Reporter, Sliver (also known as Sliver—Gier der Augen), Paramount, 1993. Officer Raymer, Nobody’s Fool, Paramount, 1994. (As Philip Hoffman) Frank Hansen, The Getaway, Twentieth Century–Fox/Universal, 1994. Gary, When a Man Loves a Woman (also known as Significant Other and To Have and to Hold), Buena Vista, 1994. (As Philip S. Hoffman) Bernardo, Horatio, and Laertes, The Fifteen Minute Hamlet, Cin–Cine 19, 1995. Young craps player, Hard Eight (also known as Sydney), Samuel Goldwyn, 1996. Dusty, Twister (also known as Catch the Wind and Wind Devils), Universal/Warner Bros., 1996. Scotty J., Boogie Nights, New Line Cinema, 1997. Mitch Roman, Patch Adams, Universal, 1998. (As Phil Hoffman) Sean, Next Stop Wonderland (also known as Last Train to Wonderland), Miramax, 1998. Brandt, The Big Lebowski, Gramercy, 1998. Allen, Happiness, Good Machine, 1998. Bill, Culture, 1998. Freddie Miles, The Talented Mr. Ripley (also known as The Strange Mr. Ripley and The Mysterious Yearning Secretive Sad Lonely Troubled Confused Loving Musical Gifted Intelligent Beautiful Tender Sensitive Haunted Passionate Talented Mr. Ripley), Miramax/Paramount, 1999. Phil Parma, Partridge’s male nurse, Magnolia (also known as mag–no’li–a), New Line Cinema, 1999. Rusty Zimmerman, Flawless, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1999. Himself, That Moment: Magnolia Diary (also known as That Moment: Magnolia Diary October 1998– March 2000), New Line Home Video, 2000. Joseph Turner White, State and Main (also known as Sequences et consequences), New Line Cinema, 2000. Lester Bangs, Almost Famous (also known as Untitled: The Almost Famous the Bootleg Cut), DreamWorks, 2000. Himself, The Reflections on ⬙The Talented Mr. Ripley,⬙ 2000. Himself, Last Party 2000, 2001. Wilson Joel, Love Liza, Sony Pictures Classics, 2002. Dean Trumbell, Punch–Drunk Love, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2002. Freddy Lounds, Red Dragon (also known as Roter Drache), MCA/Universal, 2002. Jacob Elinsky, 25th Hour, Buena Vista, 2002. Dan Mahowny, Owning Mahowny, Sony Pictures Classics, 2003. Himself, A Director’s Journey: The Making of ⬙Red Dragon,⬙ Universal Home Video, 2003.

Career: Actor and director. LAByrinth Theater Company, co–artistic director; previously worked as a waiter, a lifeguard, and with children. Member: Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by a cast, 1998, for Boogie Nights; San Diego Film Critics Society Award, best supporting actor, 1999, Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, outstanding performance by a male actor in a leading role, Golden Satellite Award, best performance by an actor in a motion picture, comedy or musical, 2000, all for Flawless; Independent Spirit Award nomination, best supporting male, 1999, for Happiness; National Board of Review Award, best supporting actor, 1999, Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by a cast in a theatrical motion picture, 2000, for Magnolia; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, Theatre World Award, outstanding new performer, Outer Critics Circle Award (with John C. Reilly), special achievement, 2000, all for True West; Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by the cast of a theatrical motion picture, Online Film Critics Society Award, best supporting actor, ALFA Award nomination, actor of the year, Golden Satellite Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role, comedy or musical, Chicago Film Critics Association Award, best supporting actor, Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite supporting actor—drama/romance, 2001, all for Almost Famous; Golden Satellite Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role, comedy or musical, 2003, for Punch–Drunk Love; Lucille Lortel Award nomination, outstanding director, Drama Desk Award nomination, outstanding director of a play, 2003, both for Our Lady of 121st St.; Florida film Critics Circle Award (with others), best ensemble, for State and Main. CREDITS Film Appearances: (As Phil Hoffman) Klutch, Triple Bogey on a Par Five Hole, Poe Productions, 1991. (As Phil Hoffman) Szuler (also known as Cheat), 1992. (As Philip S. Hoffman) George Willis, Jr., Scent of a Woman, Universal, 1992. Chris, My New Gun, I.R.S. Media, 1992. (As Philip S. Hoffman) Matt, Leap of Faith, Paramount, 1992. 199

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Cold Mountain, Miramax, 2003. Sandy, Captured, Universal, 2003. Himself—host, Party’s Over, 2003.

Major Tours: Appeared in touring productions, European cities. Stage Director: Jesus Hopped the A Train, LAByrinth Theater Company, East 13th Street Theatre, New York City, 2000. The Glory of Living, Manhattan Class Company, New York City, 2001. Our Lady of 121st Street, LAByrinth Theater Company, Union Square Theatre, New York City, 2003.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Joseph Plumb Martin, Liberty! The American Revolution, PBS, 1997. Television Appearances; Movies: Buck Forrester, The Yearling, CBS, 1994. Duncan, Montana (also known as Nothing Personal), HBO, 1998.

Also directed In Arabia; We’d All Be Kings.

Television Appearances; Specials: Steward and performer of songs ⬙Into the Woods,⬙ ⬙First Midnight,⬙ ⬙Second Midnight,⬙ and ⬙Ever After,⬙ Into the Woods, PBS, 1991. Himself, 2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 2000. The 7th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, TNT, 2001. 30 by 30: Kid Flicks—Party Animals, HBO and HBO Family, 2001.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Back Stage West, March 12, 1998, p. 4. Entertainment Weekly, June 26, 1998, p. 24. Interview, February, 1999, pp. 98–101; December, 1999, p. 36. Los Angeles Times, April 5, 1998, pp. 28–32. Time, November 22, 1999, p. 100. Variety, January 3, 2000, p. 57.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Steven Hanauer, ⬙The Violence of Summer,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1990. Eddie Feldman, Law & Order, NBC, 1993. Guest, The Charlie Rose Show, Bravo, 2000. Himself, Inside the Actors Studio, Bravo, 2000.

HOLDEN, Alexandra 1977(?)– PERSONAL

Stage Appearances: Earl, Food and Shelter, Vineyard 15th Street Theatre, New York City, 1991. Launcelot, The Merchant of Venice, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1994–1995. Greensboro (A Requiem), McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ, 1995–1996. RawHeadAndBloodyBones, The Skriker, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public/Newman Theatre, New York City, 1996. C. B., Defying Gravity, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1997–1998. Mark, Shopping and Fucking, New York Theatre Workshop, New York City, 1998. The Author’s Voice & Imagining Brad, Drama Department, Greenwich House Theatre, New York City, 1999. Austin/Lee, True West, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 2000. Treplev, Konstantin Gavrilovich, The Seagull, Joseph Papp Public Theatre/New York Shakespeare Festival, New York City, 2001. Long Days Journey into Night, Broadway production, 2003.

Born 1977 (some sources say March 2, 1982), in Northfield, MN; daughter of Barry and Kristi Holden; married Johnny Strong (divorced). Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Ⲇ500, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. Also worked as retail sales clerk. CREDITS Film Appearances: Vicky, The Last Time I Committed Suicide, New City Releasing, 1997. Meredith, In & Out, Paramount, 1997. Vivian, Dance, Texas Pop. 81, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1998. Angelic girl, Guinevere, Miramax, 1999. College girl, Edtv (also known as Ed TV), MCA/ Universal, 1999. Mary Johanson, last year’s winner, Drop Dead Gorgeous (also known as Gnadenlos schoen), New Line Cinema, 1999.

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HOLDEN Television Appearances; Movies: Rivas (some sources cite Ricos), Sketch Artist II: Hands That See (also known as A Feel for Murder and Sketch Artist II), Showtime, 1995. Harry Dern, Divas, Fox, 1995.

Fern Rogers, Sugar & Spice, New Line Cinema, 2001. Samantha Warren, Wishcraft, Wishcraft LLC, 2002. Mia, American Gun, Lightening Entertainment, 2002. Nurse, Four Reasons, 2002. Lulu, The Hot Chick, Buena Vista, 2002. Sunny Burkhardt, Purgatory Flats, American Cinema International, 2002. Dee Dee, Moving Alan, 2002. Marion, Dead End, 2003. Scarlett, How to Deal, New Line Cinema, 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Artie, ⬙Arthur, Arthur,⬙ Happy Days, ABC, 1983. Second air controller, ⬙The Biggest Game in Town,⬙ Automan, ABC, 1984. Customer, ⬙Everyone Imitates Art,⬙ Cheers, NBC, 1986. Customer, ⬙The Cranemakers,⬙ Cheers, NBC, 1989. Officer Henry Ohlberg, ⬙Trial,⬙ Beauty and the Beast, CBS, 1989. Producer, ⬙The Star,⬙ Matlock, NBC, 1989. ⬙Al Tells the Truth,⬙ The Famous Teddy Z, CBS, c. 1990. Herb Stein, ⬙Last Dance before an Execution—May 12, 1971,⬙ Quantum Leap, NBC, 1991. Joe, ⬙Don’t Shoot ... I’m Only the Psychiatrist,⬙ Cheers, NBC, 1992. District Attorney George Handeman, ⬙From Here to Paternity,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1992. ⬙Church of Metropolis,⬙ Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, ABC, 1994. ⬙Postmortem Madness,⬙ Melrose Place, Fox, 1995. Judge Cornell, ⬙Bring Me the Head of Darnell Sims,⬙ Charlie Grace, 1995. Caterer, ⬙The Art of the Deal,⬙ Hope & Gloria, NBC, 1996. Ron Zisk, ⬙V–Fibbing,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 1996. Dr. Martin, ⬙Insult to Injury,⬙ Home Improvement, ABC, 1997. Joe Walsh, ⬙Reasonable Doubts,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 1997. The detective, ⬙Faster Than a Speeding Vixen,⬙ Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, ABC, 1997. Henry Fields, ⬙The Murder of Mark Sloan,⬙ Diagnosis Murder, 1997. Technician, ⬙A Rip in Time,⬙ Timecop, ABC, 1997. Technician, ⬙Rocket Science,⬙ Timecop, ABC, 1997. Technician, ⬙Lost Voyage,⬙ Timecop, ABC, 1998. Doctor, ⬙Call Him Johnny,⬙ Any Day Now, 1998. Dr. Wagner, ⬙Call of the Wild,⬙ Martial Law, CBS, 1999. Lyle McFarlan, ⬙Letting Go,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 2000. Administrator, ⬙Orphans,⬙ Gideon’s Crossing, ABC, 2001. District Attorney Duncan, ⬙Recovery,⬙ Family Law, CBS, 2001. Donald ⬙Don⬙ Herzig, ⬙Obligations,⬙ Family Law, CBS, 2001. Donald ⬙Don⬙ Herzig, ⬙All in the Family,⬙ Family Law, CBS, 2001. Dr. Buchbinder, ⬙Death by Cycle,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 2002. Fourth network news president, ⬙The Black Vera Wang,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 2002. Ron Wieland, ⬙Day 2: 9:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.,⬙ 24, Fox, 2002.

Television Appearances; Series: Dani Swanson, Mr. Rhodes, NBC, 1996. Elizabeth Stevens, a recurring role, Friends, NBC, 2000. Jane Wilco, a recurring role, Ally McBeal, Fox, 2001. The Afterlife, 2003. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Frania Beatus, Uprising, NBC, 2001. Television Appearances; Episodic: Cassidy, ⬙Sneaky Feelings,⬙ Once and Again, ABC, 2000. Cassidy, ⬙A Door, About to Open,⬙ Once and Again, ABC, 2000. Rebecca Leah Milford/Becky Maxwell, ⬙In the Game,⬙ Six Feet Under, HBO, 2002. Also appeared as Debbie, Cracker, ABC. RECORDINGS Music Videos: Appeared in Aerosmith’s ⬙Hole in My Soul.⬙

HOLDEN, Michael PERSONAL Career: Actor and writer. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: District Attorney George Handeman, a recurring role, L.A. Law, NBC, 1986–1987. Joe, a recurring role, Cheers, NBC, 1989–1990. Judge Melvin Orrick, a recurring role, Reasonable Doubts, NBC, 1991–1992. 201

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Ron Wieland, ⬙Day 2: 3:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.,⬙ 24, Fox, 2002. Ron Wieland, ⬙Day 2: 4:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.,⬙ 24, Fox, 2003. Ron Wieland, ⬙Day 2: 4:00 a.m.–5:00 a.m.,⬙ 24, Fox, 2003.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Sal the Geep, Requiem for a Dream (also known as Delusion over Addiction), Artisan Entertainment, 2000. Stage Appearances: Father Lawrence, Romeo and Juliet, Cornerstone Theater Company, Port Gibson, MS, 1989. Broken Hearts: A B. H. Mystery, Cornerstone Theater Company, Los Angeles Theatre Center, Los Angeles, 1999. Greek Korus, An Antigone Story (A Hijack), Cornerstone Theater Company, Subway Terminal Building, Los Angeles, 2000. The Good Person of New Haven, Long Wharf Theater, New Haven, CT, 2000. Macduff and Prince Charming, Medea/Mabeth/Cinderella, University Theater, New Haven, 2002. Creature, Mary Shelley’s Santa Claus, Cornerstone Theater Company, Armory Northwest, Pasadena, CA, 2002.

Also appeared as Bill in an episode of Spies. Television Appearances; Pilots: Scott Metoyer, Hooperman, ABC, 1987. Film Appearances: Daryl Perkins, Uninvited, New Star, 1988. Accountant, The Little Death, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1995. Kormorov, Fallout, Hallmark Entertainment, 1998. Mr. Geiger/concierge, Punks, Urbanworld Films, 2001. WRITINGS

Also appeared as Mr. Humphrey, For Here or to Go?, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles.

Screenplays: The Little Death, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1995. No Strings Attached, Redwood Communications, 1997.

Stage Director: Directed Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, Hamlet, and Twelfth Night, all Willpower to Youth program productions.

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WRITINGS PERSONAL Stage Plays: ⬙Zones, or Where does your soul live and is there sufficient parking?,⬙ Festival of Faith, produced by Cornerstone Theater Company, Los Angeles, 2001.

Born in Massachusetts. Education: Harvard University, B.A., English literature; University of Virginia, M.F.A., drama. Addresses: Office—Cornerstone Theater Company, 708 Traction Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90013.

Wrote Wheels, Kick, and Horizon Line, all for National Conference for Community and Justice’s InterACTtions program.

Career: Actor, director, and writer. Cornerstone Theater Company, Los Angeles, CA, founding member; National Conference for Community and Justice, youth arts program worker in Los Angeles area; National Conference for Community and Justice, Community Arts Camp, resident playwright.

HOWARD, Peter PERSONAL

Awards, Honors: L.A. Weekly Theater Award (with others), best ensemble, 1999, for Medea/Macbeth/Cinderella; L.A. Ovation Award nomination (with others), world premiere play, 2002, for Crossings: Journeys of Catholic Immigrants.

Children: Jason. Education: Graduated from Juilliard. Career: Dance music arranger, vocal arranger, music director, composer, conductor, and musician. 202

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HOWARD Dance music arranger, The Grand Tour, Palace Theater, New York City, 1979. Music director, Barnum, St. James Theatre, 1980–1982. Music director, Dance a Little Closer, Minskoff Theatre, New York City, 1983. Music director, Baby, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1983–1984. Dance music arranger, The Tap Dance Kid, Broadhurst Theatre, 1983–1985. Music director, Harrigan ’n Hart, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1985. Music supervisor and arranger, Tatterdemalion, Douglas Fairbanks Theatre, New York City, 1985. Musical Director and piano, Elisabeth Welch: Time to Start Living, Lucille Lortel Theatre, New York City, 1986. Musical director, Jerome Kern Goes to Hollywood, Ritz Theatre, New York City, 1986. Music director, Into the Light, Neil Simon Theatre, New York City, 1986. Music supervisor and arranger, Stepping Out, John Golden Theatre, 1987. Conductor, The Pajama Game, New York State Theater, New York City, 1989. Orchestrator, Liza Minelli: Stepping Out at Radio City, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1991. Dance and incidental arranger, Crazy for You, Sam S. Schubert Theatre, 1992–1996. Additional dance music arranger, 110 in the Shade, New York State Theater, 1992. Music director, Comedy Tonight, Lunt–Fontanne Theatre, 1994. Dance arranger, Hello, Dolly!, Lunt–Fontanne Theatre, 1995–1996. Dance arranger, Swinging on a Star, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1995–1996. Dance music arranger, Chicago, Richard Rogers Theatre, New York City, 1996—. Dance arranger, 1776, Roundabout Theatre, New York City, 1997–1998. (With David Crane) Dance arranger, Minelli on Minelli, Palace Theatre, New York City, 1999–2000. Music director, Thank You Broadway!, Alice Tully Hall, New York City, 2002. Dance music arranger, Chicago, National Theatre, Washington, DC, 2003.

Film Work: Dance and vocal arrangements, Annie, Columbia, 1982. Dance sequence playback arranger, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, 1984. Dance music arranger, Stepping Out, Paramount, 1991. Also worked on Mame, Zelig, and 1776. Stage Work: Assistant to Mr. Allers, My Fair Lady, Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, 1956–1962, then Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1962, later Broadway Theatre, New York City, 1962. Assistant to Mr. Blackton, Oh Captain!, Alvin Theatre, New York City, 1958. Dance arranger and performer, Say, Darling, ANTA Playhouse, New York City, 1958, then Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1958–1959. Pianist, A Party with Betty Comden & Adolph Green, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1958–1959. Assistant conductor, The Sound of Music, Lunt– Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1959–1962, then Mark Hellinger Theatre, 1962–1963. Dance arranger, Subways Are for Sleeping, St. James Theatre, New York City, 1961–1962. Dance arranger, Carnival!, Imperial Theatre, New York City, 1961–1962, then Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, 1962–1963. Dance and incidental music arranger, I Can Get It for You Wholesale, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1962, then Broadway Theatre, 1962. Dance arranger, Here’s Love, Shubert Theatre, 1963–1964. Dance and incidental music arranger, Hello, Dolly!, St. James Theatre, 1964–1970. Dance and vocal arranger, The Roar of Greasepaint— The Smell of the Crowd, Shubert Theatre, 1965. Music director and vocal arranger, How Now, Dow Jones, Lunt–Fontanne Theatre, 1967–1968. Conductor, Her First Roman, 1968. Music director and dance arranger, 1776, 46th Street Theatre, New York City, 1969–1972. Dance arranger, Minnie’s Boys, Imperial Theatre, 1970. Dance arranger, Ari, Mark Hellinger Theatre, 1971. Music direction and incidental music arrangement, Prettybelle, 1971. Dance and incidental arranger, Tricks, Alvin Theatre, 1973. Dance music arranger, Chicago, 46th Street Theatre, 1975–1977. Music director and dance music arranger, Annie, Alvin Theatre, 1977—. Dance and incidental arranger, Hello, Dolly!, Lunt– Fontanne Theatre, 1978.

Major Tours: Dance and vocal arranger, The Wizard of Oz, U.S. and Canadian cities, 2001–2003. WRITINGS Stage Music: Incidental music, A Desert Incident, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1959. Incidental music, Ari, Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, 1971. 203

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Television Music; Specials: Dance and incidental music, Crazy for You, PBS, 1992. Television Music; Episodic: Wrote for Sesame Street, PBS.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Lieutenant Stephen Kent, North and South II (also known as North and South: Book II), 1986. Brian Hawkins, More Tales of the City (also known as Armistead Maupin’s More Tales of the City), Showtime, 1998. Brian Hawkins, Further Tales of the City (also known as Armistead Maupin’s Further Tales of the City), Showtime, 2001.

Television Writing; Series: Wrote Wolf Tales, a children’s puppet show.

HUBLEY, Whip 1958– (Grant ⴖWhipⴖ Hubley) PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Movies: Lance, Firefighter (also known as Greater Alarm), CBS, 1986. Mike Bundy, I’ll Be Home for Christmas, CBS, 1988. Lester Sweazy, The Cover Girl and the Cop (also known as Beauty & Denise), NBC, 1989. Robert O’Donnell, Everybody’s Baby: The Rescue of Jessica McClure, ABC, 1989. Sir Lancelot, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, NBC, 1989. Charlie Cates, Desperado: The Outlaw Wars, NBC, 1989. Lieutenant Gary Carroll, Wife, Mother, Murderer (also known as Wife, Mother, Murderer: The Marie Hilley Story), ABC, 1991. Sam Lord, Devlin, Showtime, 1992. Jim, Lake Consequence, Showtime, 1993. Danny, Someone Else’s Child (also known as Lost and Found), Lifetime, 1994. Michael Russo, Black Scorpion II: The Aftershock (also known as Black Scorpion: Ground Zero), Showtime, 1996.

Original name, Grant Hubley; born 1958; brother of Season Hubley (an actress); married Dinah Minot (a producer); children: two daughters. Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actor. Sometimes credited as Grant ⬙Whip⬙ Hubley. CREDITS Film Appearances: Raymond Slater, Felicia’s date, St. Elmo’s Fire, Columbia, 1985. Herb, the parking valet, Club Life (also known as King of the City), Troma Films, 1985. Hollywood, Top Gun, Paramount, 1986. Mischa, Russkies, New Century Vista Film Company, 1987. Chester DeSoto, Desire and Hell at Sunset Motel, Two Moon Releasing, 1992. F–16 pilot, Coneheads, Paramount, 1993. Ralston, Bounty Tracker (also known as Bounty Tracer), Republic Pictures Corp., 1993. Peter Masters, Unveiled, 1994. John Carey, Species, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1995. Sergeant Baker, Executive Decision (also known as Critical Decision), Warner Bros., 1996. Explorer/dead husband, A Very Brady Sequel, Paramount, 1996. Jason Schuyler, Driven, 1996. Mark Springer, Daddy’s Girl, Live Entertainment, 1996. Parker, The Secrets of My Heart, 1998. Dr. John Winslow, Fangs, Lions Gate Films, 2001. Brian, The Brothel, 2003.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Lieutenant Farlow (some sources cite Matt Morrissey), ⬙Nasty Boys: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Nasty Boys, NBC, 1989. Television Appearances; Episodic: Stu, ⬙Round and Around,⬙ Magnum, P.I., 1985. Dr. Oliver Matthews, ⬙Pets, Guys, and Videotape,⬙ Life Goes On, ABC, 1989. Dr. Oliver Matthews, ⬙Thatcher and Henderson,⬙ Life Goes On, ABC, 1990. Coach Eric Bradford, ⬙Head over Heels,⬙ Life Goes On, ABC, 1991. Randy Jinks, ⬙Roadkill,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1994. Raider Ⲇ1, ⬙Signs and Portents,⬙ Babylon 5, syndicated, 1994. Musician, ⬙Murder in Tempo,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1996. 204

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HYTNER Jerk passenger, Air Rage, New City Releasing, 2001. Reverend Wood, Would I Lie to You?, 2003. Television Appearances; Series: Logan ⬙FX⬙ Murphy, Disney Presents the 100 Lives of Black Jack Savage (also known as Black Jack Savage), The Disney Channel, 1991. Brad Coolidge, Hardball (also known as Bullpen), Fox, 1994. Craig Lesko, The Jeff Foxworthy Show (also known as Somewhere in America), NBC, 1995. John Delaney, Working, NBC, 1997. Milton Ross, a recurring role, Roswell, The WB, 1999–2000.

Also appeared in The Lazarus Man, syndicated and TNT; True Crimes: Crimes of Passion, USA Network.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Logan ⬙FX⬙ Murphy, Disney Presents the 100 Lives of Black Jack Savage (also known as Black Jack Savage), The Disney Channel, 1991.

HUGH–KELLY, Daniel See KELLY, Daniel Hugh

Television Appearances; Movies: (As Stephen Hytner) Sergeant Pickett, Midnight Run for Your Life, syndicated, 1994. Grant Cromwell, Down, Out & Dangerous, USA Network, 1995.

HYTNER, Steve (Stephen Hytner)

Television Appearances; Specials: Jeff Cesario: Back to Reality, Showtime, 1990.

PERSONAL Addresses: Agent—Stone Manners Agency, 8436 West Third St., Ⲇ740, Los Angeles, CA 90048.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Roger Harris, ⬙Twisted Sister,⬙ Herman’s Head, Fox, 1992. Mr. Burrows, ⬙Ebbtide for the Defense,⬙ The Golden Palace, CBS, 1992. Roger Harris, ⬙The Waterton–gate Break–In,⬙ Herman’s Head, Fox, 1992. Arlo Manno, ⬙Stoned,⬙ The Commish, ABC, 1993. (As Stephen Hytner) Roger Harris, ⬙Hermo–tivated,⬙ Herman’s Head, Fox, 1993. Dr. Denny Murphy, ⬙Ice,⬙ The X–Files, Fox, 1993. Kenny Bania, ⬙The Soup,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1994. Kenny Bania, ⬙The Secretary,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1994. Kenny Bania, ⬙The Soup Nazi,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1995. James ⬙Jimmy⬙ Merril, ⬙Change of Life,⬙ Sisters, NBC, 1995. Jamie Barron, ⬙Midnight,⬙ The Single Guy, NBC, 1995. Howard, ⬙Sunday in the Station with Mickey,⬙ Hudson Street, CBS, 1996. Reporter, ⬙Dear Earth,⬙ Space: Above and Beyond, Fox, 1996. ⬙Unbrotherly Love,⬙ The Wayans Bros., The WB, 1996. Waiter, ⬙Missed Manners,⬙ Dave’s World, CBS, 1996. (As Stephen Hytner) Kenny Bania, ⬙The Fatigues,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1996. Denzler, ⬙Bob and Carol and Lois and Clark,⬙ Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, ABC, 1996.

Career: Actor. Appeared in television commercials for Oldsmobile and Holiday Inn, both 1997. CREDITS Film Appearances: (As Stephen Hytner) Myron, Ski Patrol, Triumph Releasing Corp., 1990. George, The Marrying Man (also known as Too Hot to Handle), Buena Vista, 1991. FBI Agent Tony Carducci, In the Line of Fire, Columbia, 1993. Lane’s Marine guard, The Shadow, Universal, 1994. Joseph, The Prophecy (also known as God’s Army and God’s Secret Army), Miramax, 1995. Interrogating agent, Face/Off (also known as Face Off), Buena Vista, 1997. Joseph, The Prophecy II (also known as God’s Army II), Dimension Films, 1998. Jack Bailey, Forces of Nature, DreamWorks, 1999. Marty Mark, Love Stinks, Independent Artists, 1999. Joseph, Prophecy 3: The Ascent (also known as God’s Army III), Dimension Films, 2000. 205

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Phil, ⬙The Muffins Take Manhattan,⬙ Ned and Stacey, Fox, 1996. Ted, ⬙To Ski or Not to Ski,⬙ Coach, ABC, 1997. Kenny Bania, ⬙The Butter Shave,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1997. Kenny Bania, ⬙The Finale: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1998. Mr. Thompson, ⬙The One with the Proposal,⬙ Friends, NBC, 2000. Voice of Ty Parsec/Wirewolf, ⬙Revenge of the Monsters,⬙ Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (animated), UPN and syndicated, 2000. Martin Anderson, ⬙He Who Smelt It,⬙ Dead Last, YTV, 2001. William, ⬙Previously on ⬘Dharma & Greg,’⬙ Dharma & Greg, ABC, 2001.

Johnny Claddon, ⬙Cats in the Cradle ... ,⬙ C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation (also known as C.S.I.), CBS, 2002. Neal Morrissey, ⬙Arthur, Sooner,⬙ The King of Queens, CBS, 2002. ⬙Milagros,⬙ Presidio Med, CBS, 2002. Henry, ⬙Bed Spread,⬙ The King of Queens, CBS, 2003. Dr. Franklin Rominic, ⬙Devil’s Eyes,⬙ Birds of Prey, The WB, 2003. Also appeared as voice of lesbian Ⲇ3/umpire, ⬙Dante and Randal and Joey and Silent Bob and a Bunch of New Characters and Lando Take Part in a Whole Bunch of Movie Parodies,⬙ Clerks (animated), ABC.

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Also appeared as correspondent, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC.

PERSONAL Full name, Christopher Joseph Isaak; born June 26, 1956, in Stockton, CA; son of Joe (a forklift driver) and Dorothy (a factory worker) Isaak. Education: University of Pacific, Stockton, CA, B.A., English and communications, 1980; also studied in Japan for one year.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Astronaut Edward White II, From the Earth to the Moon, HBO, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: Roy Orbison Tribute to Benefit the Homeless, Showtime, 1990. Coca–Cola Pop Music ⬙Backstage Pass to Summer,⬙ Fox, 1991. Independence Day Concert, ABC, 1993. ⬙Addicted to Fame,⬙ First Person with Maria Shriver, NBC, 1994. ABC’s Independence Day Concert, ABC, 1995. LIFEbeat Benefit Concert—The Beat Goes on 2, VH–1, 1995. Ed White, From the Earth to the Moon (miniseries), HBO, 1998. An All–Star Tribute to Johnny Cash, TNT, 1999. The Politically Incorrect After Party, ABC, 2000. MTV20: Kiss and Tell: 20 Years of Making Out on MTV, MTV, 2001. From the Waist Down: Men, Women & Music, VH1, 2001. Elvis Lives, NBC, 2002. Himself/host, 100 Greatest Videos, 2003.

Addresses: Agent—IFA Talent Agency, 8730 Sunset Blvd., Suite 490, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Manager— HK Management, 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 530, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Musician, actor, and producer. Amateur boxer, 1976–80. With James Calvin Wilsey, Kenney Dale Johnson, and Rowland Salley, formed band Silvertone, 1981. CREDITS Film Appearances: Let’s Get Lost (documentary), 1988. Arrowhead the clown, Married to the Mob, Orion, 1988. SWAT commander, The Silence of the Lambs, Orion, 1991. FBI Special Agent Chester Desmond, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (also known as Twin Peaks), New Line Cinema, 1992. Dean Conrad, Little Buddha, 1993. Matthew Lewis, Grace of My Heart, Gramercy, 1996. Uncle Bob, That Thing You Do!, Twentieth Century– Fox, 1996. Emerson, Shepherd (also known as The End of Innocence and Blue Ridge Fall), A–Pix Entertainment, 1999.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Himself, The MTV Video Music Awards 1991, 1991. The 38th Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 1996. Presenter, Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 1997. Presenter, The 1998 VH–1 Fashion Awards, VH–1, 1998. Himself, My VH1 Music Awards ’01, VH1, 2001. The 7th Annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, Fox, 2001. 207

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, ⬙The P.A.,⬙ The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1995. Rob Donnen, ⬙The One After the Super Bowl,⬙ Friends, NBC, 1996. Himself, ⬙Ryan’s Choice,⬙ Melrose Place, Fox, 1999. Himself, The Panel, Ten Network, 1999. Himself, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, CBS, 2001. Himself, ⬙Cannes Festival 2002,⬙ Leute heute, 2002.

IWAMATSU, Mako See MAKO

IZZARD, Eddie 1962– PERSONAL Full name, Edward John Izzard; born February 7, 1962, in Aden, Yemen; raised in England; son of John (an accountant) and Dorothy Ella (a nurse and midwife) Izzard. Education: Attended University of Sheffield.

Also appeared as Jamie Decker, Ed, NBC. Television Work; Series: Executive producer, The Chris Isaak Show, Showtime, 2001—.

Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Contact—5 Soho Square, London W1V 5DE, England.

RECORDINGS

Career: Actor, comedian, producer, and screenwriter. Worked as a street performer in London.

Albums: Silvertone, Warner Bros., 1985. Chris Isaak, Warner Bros., 1987. Heart Shaped World, Warner Bros., 1991. San Francisco Days, Reprise, 1993. Forever Blue, 1996. Baja Sessions, 1996. Speak of the Devil, Reprise, 1998. Always Got Tonight, Reprise, 2002.

Awards, Honors: British Stand Up Comedian Awards, 1993, 1996; Special Theatre World Award, 1998; Emmy Awards, outstanding individual performance in a variety or music program and outstanding writing for a variety, music, or comedy program, Emmy Award nomination (with others), outstanding variety, music or comedy special, 2000, for Eddie Izzard: Dress to Kill; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best performance by a leading actor in a play, Outer Critics Award, outstanding actor in a play, Drama Desk Award, best actor, 2003, all for A Day in the Death of Joe Egg.

Also recorded songs featured in the film soundtracks of Blue Velvet, Modern Girls, North Shore, Shag: The Movie, Married to the Mob, Wild at Heart, The Cutting Edge, Leaving Normal, A Perfect World, Tin Cup, Eyes Wide Shut, and Fools Rush In; also featured in the television movie soundtrack of The Preppie Murder.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Himself, Live at the Ambassadors, 1993. Himself, Unrepeatable (also known as Eddie Izzard: Unrepeatable), 1994. Himself, Unbroadcastable Have I Got News For You, 1995. Vladimir, The Secret Agent (also known as Joseph Conrad’s The Secret Agent), Fox Searchlight, 1996. Himself, Eddie Izzard: Definite Article, 1996. Bailey, The Avengers, Warner Bros., 1996. Himself, Eddie Izzard: Glorious, 1997. Himself, The Unseen Frank Skinner TV Show, 1997. Jerry Divin, Velvet Goldmine, Miramax, 1998. Tony Pompadour, Mystery Men, Universal, 1999. Troy Cabrara, Circus, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1999. Peter Hume, The Criminal, Paramount, 1999. Gustav von Wangenheim, Burned to Light (also known as Shadow of the Vampire), Lions Gate Films, 2000.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Musicians, Volume 33, Gale Group, 2002. Periodicals: Cosmopolitan, January, 1994, pp. 64–66. Entertainment Weekly, March 16, 2001, p. 53. Esquire, January, 1996, pp. 112–115. Interview, March, 1993, p. 126. People Weekly, May 13, 1991, p. 111; November 15, 1999, p. 136. Rolling Stone, May 21, 1987, p. 55; April 18, 1991, p. 29. Texas Monthly, July, 2002, p. 36. 208

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IZZARD Himself, Ruby, BBC, 1997, 1999. Himself, Clive Anderson All Talk, BBC1, 1998. Himself, TFI Friday, Channel 4, 1998, 1999. Voice of Easter Island Head, ⬙Easter Island,⬙ Rex the Runt (animated), 1998. Voice of Melting Blob Man, ⬙Adventures on Telly 3,⬙ Rex the Runt (animated), 1998. Himself, The Priory, 1999. Himself, Stand Up with Alan Davies, 2000. Himself, The Frank Skinner Show, 2001. Himself, Stop! Kong Fu!, 2001. Himself, Des O’Connor Tonight, ITV, 2001. Himself, Channel 4 News, Channel 4, 2002. Himself, Newsnight, CNN, 2002. Himself, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, 2002. Himself, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, CBS, 2002. Himself, Richard and Judy, Channel 4, 2003. Himself, Rove Live, Ten Network, 2003. imself,.

Film Executive Producer: Eddie Izzard: Definite Article, 1996. Eddie Izzard: Glorious, 1997. Eddie Izzard: Circle, 2002. Television Appearances; Series: Appeared in Channel Izzard, Channel 4.

Also appeared as himself, Who’s Line Is It Anyway? Television Appearances; Movies: Rich, Open Fire, 1994. Voice, Inspector Derrick, 1997.

Television Work; Specials: Executive producer, Eddie Izzard: Dress to Kill, HBO, 1999.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Ralph Outen, 40, 2003.

Stage Appearances: The Cryptogram, London, 1994. Dress to Kill, Tiffany Theater, San Francisco, CA, 1996, then Westbeth Theatre, New York City, 1998. One Word Improv, 1997. Glorious, Performance Space 122, New York City, 1997. Lenny, Queens Theatre, London, 1999. Circle, Royal George Theater, Chicago, IL, 2000. Bri, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, Ambassadors Theatre, then Comedy Theatre, London, 2001, then New York City.

Television Appearances; Specials: Host, It’s the Monty Python Story (also known as Life of Python), 1993. Himself, It’s Just a Ride, 1994. Himself, Lust for Glorious, 1997. Comic Relief VIII, HBO, 1998. Monty Python imposter, Monty Python’s Flying Circus: Live at Aspen (also known as US Comedy Arts Festival Tribute to Monty Python), 1998. Eddie Izzard: Dress to Kill, HBO, 1998. Himself, Here, There and Everywhere: A Concert for Linda, 1999. Himself, We Know Where You Live (also known as Amnesty International’s We Know Where You Live Live!), Channel 4, 2001. Himself, Best Ever Bond, ITV, 2002. Himself, Billy Connolly: A BAFTA Tribute, 2002. Himself, RIP 2002, 2002.

Also appeared in Edward II, London; Henry IX, West End production; The Two Losers, West End production; Geoffrey of Kent, West End production; The Death of Everything, West End production; Give Me Some Soap Mister, Jack and His Bench, West End production; Let Go of My Head, Go!, Royal Shakespeare Company; Bad Day at the Kangaroo Court; That’s My Lung; Good God Give Me Gravy; Sod Off.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, Clive Anderson Talks Back, 1993, 1995. Himself, Have I Got News for You?, BBC, 1994–1996. Evans, ⬙Confession,⬙ Tales from the Crypt, 1996. Himself, Where’s Elvis This Week?, 1996. Himself, The End of the Year Show, 1996. Narrator, ⬙David Bowie,⬙ Legends TV, VH1, 1996. Himself, Shooting Stars, 1997. Himself, ⬙The Goons,⬙ Heroes of Comedy, 1997. Narrator, ⬙David Bowie,⬙ Behind the Music, 1997.

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Glorious, produced at Performance Space 122, New York City, 1997. One Word Improv, produced in 1997. Screenplays: Live at the Ambassadors, 1993. Unrepeatable (also known as Eddie Izzard: Unrepeatable), 1994. Eddie Izzard: Definite Article, 1996. Eddie Izzard: Glorious, 1997. Eddie Izzard: Circle, 2002.

CREDITS Stage Appearances: The Scarlet Pimpernel, Her Majesty’s Theater, 1985. Lucio, Measure for Measure, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1987–1988. The Country Wife, Royal Exchange Manchester, 1988. Gloumov, Too Clever by Half, Old Vic Theatre, London, 1988. Kittel, Ghetto, Royal National Theatre, London, 1989. Hjalmar Ekdal, The Wild Duck, Peter Hall Company, 1990. Dorante, The Liar, Old Vic Theatre, 1990. Title role, Richard II, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1990. Captain Plume, Recruiting Officer, National Theatre, London, 1992. John Worthing, The Importance of Being Earnest, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1993. Title role, Peer Gynt, Royal Shakespeare Company, Swan Theatre, Stratford–upon–Avon, England, 1994. Angelo, Measure for Measure, Royal Shakespeare Company, Main House Theatre, 1994. Easter Bonnet Competition, Palace Theatre, New York City, 1996. (Broadway debut) Theseus/Oberon, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Royal Shakespeare Company, Lunt– Fontanne Theatre, 1996. Title role, Hamlet, Royal Shakespeare Company, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, 1996–1998. Albert Speer, Lyttelton Theatre, London, 2000. The Winter’s Tale, Royal National Theatre, New York City, 2001. The Relapse, Royal National Theatre, New York City, 2001. Henry Higgins, My Fair Lady, Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London, 2002. Brand, Theatre Royal Haymarket, London, 2003.

Television Pilots: Cows, Channel 4, 1996. Television Specials: Eddie Izzard: Dress to Kill, HBO, 1999. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Artforum, September, 1998, p. 150. Entertainment Weekly, June 26, 1998, p. 24. Los Angeles Times, September 6, 1998, p. 6. New Statesman, December 10, 2001, p. 8. Newsweek, March 20, 2000, p. 66. Variety, March 30, 1998, p. 171.

JENNINGS, Alex 1957– PERSONAL Born May 10, 1957, in Essex, England (some sources say Upminster, England); son of Michael Thomas and Peggy Patricia (maiden name, Mahoney) Jennings; companion of Lesley Moors, beginning c. 1990; children: Ralph, Georgia. Education: University of Warwick, B.A.; attended drama school in Bristol, England. Addresses: Agent—ICM, Oxford House, 76 Oxford St., London W1D 1BS, England. Career: Actor. Royal Shakespeare Company, associate artist.

Also appeared in Hyde Park, Royal Shakespeare Company; The Taming of the Shrew, Royal Shakespeare Company; Much Ado about Nothing.

Awards, Honors: Laurence Olivier Award, comedy performance of the year, Society of West End Theatre, London Critic’s Circle Theatre Award (England), best actor, 1988, both for Too Clever by Half; Plays and Players Actor of the Year Award, 1988; Olivier Award nomination, best comedy performance, c. 1990, for

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JENNINGS to the United States, 1964, naturalized citizen, 2003; son of Charles (a broadcast journalist and television executive) and Elizabeth (maiden name, Osborne) Jennings; married Annie Malouf (divorced); married Valerie Godsoe (divorced); married Kati Marton (a writer and former news bureau chief in Bonn, West Germany), 1979 (divorced, 1993); married Kayce Freed (a television producer), December 6, 1997; children: (third marriage) Elizabeth, Christopher. Education: Attended the University of Ottawa and Carleton University. Avocational Interests: Skiing, sailing, reading thrillers and adventure novels.

Film Appearances: Blind soldier, War Requiem, Anglo International, 1988. Theseus/Oberon, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 1996. Lord Mark, The Wings of the Dove, Miramax, 1997. Solo Shuttle, 1998. Colonel Hamilton, The Four Feathers, Paramount, 2002. Television Appearances; Series: Julian Edgbaston–Bowles, Too Much Sun, BBC, 2000. Television Appearances; Movies: King Ferdinand, Bye Bye Columbus, BBC, 1991. Alexander, The Hunley, TNT, 1999. Joe Harker, Bad Blood, 1999.

Addresses: Contact—c/o ABC Television (NY), 30 West 67th St., 9th Floor, New York, NY 10023; c/o 7 West 66th St., New York, NY 10023.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: PC Hall, Smiley’s People, syndicated, 1982. John Ashenden, Ashenden, Arts and Entertainment, 1992.

Career: Television journalist. PJ Productions, principal; worked with Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) in Montreal, Quebec; CFJR–Radio, Brockville, Ontario, reporter and interviewer, 1959–61; CJOH–TV, Ottawa, Ontario, special events commentator; parliamentary correspondent and network anchorman with Canadian TV, Ottawa. Royal Bank of Canada, teller, 1957.

Television Appearances; Specials: Victor Preece, The Sins of the Fathers (also known as Inspector Morse: The Sins of the Fathers), PBS, 1992. Sebastian Parish, ⬙Death at the Bar,⬙ The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries (also known as Mystery!), PBS, 1995. Bitzer, Hard Times, 1995. King George III, Liberty! The American Revolution, PBS, 1997–1998. Reader, The Noel Coward Story, PBS, 1999. Butler, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, PBS, 2000. Himself, The Laurence Olivier Awards 2003, 2003.

Member: American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, International Radio and Television Society, Overseas Press Club. Awards, Honors: Overseas Press Club Award, 1972; George Foster Peabody Award, 1974; Emmy Award, best coverage of a single breaking news story, 1982, for Personal Note: Beirut; George Polk Award, Long Island University Journalism Department, best television reporting—network, and Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award (with Tom Yellin and Leslie Cockburn), 1990; Edward Weintal Prize for Diplomatic Reporting, Georgetown University Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1991; Award of Excellence, Banff Television Festival, 1993; TV Guide Award, favorite news personality, 2000; TV Guide Award nomination, news person of the year, 2001; Sol Taishoff Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism, National Press Foundation, 2001; additional Overseas Press Club Award; National Headliner Award; Alfred I. DuPont– Columbia University Award; named America’s Best National Television Anchor, Washington Journalism Review, for several years in a row; LL.D. (honorary degree), Rider College; honorary degrees from Loyola University, University of Rhode Island, and Carleton University.

RECORDINGS Taped Readings: Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less, 1997. Frances Fyfield’s Undercurrents, Chivers Audiobooks, 2001. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Interview, May, 1990, pp. 44.

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Anchor, Presidential Inauguration, ABC, 1989. Anchor, Capital to Capital: The Environment, ABC, 1989. Anchor, Beyond the Cold War: The Risk and the Opportunity, ABC, 1989. The Television Academy Hall of Fame, Fox, 1990. Fifteen Years of MacNeil/Lehrer, 1990. Edward R. Murrow: This Reporter, ABC, 1990. Host and moderator, Future Forum: A World of Competition, ABC, 1990. Anchor, Peter Jennings Reporting: Guns, ABC, 1990. Anchor, Peter Jennings Reporting: From the Killing Fields, ABC, 1990. Anchor (Washington, DC) Capital to Capital: Leadership in the ’90s, ABC, 1990. Dangerous Assignments, ABC, 1991. Host, Carnegie Hall: Live at 100! The Gala Celebration, ABC, 1991. Anchor, War in the Gulf: Answering Children’s Questions, ABC, 1991. Anchor, Peter Jennings Reporting: From the Heart of Harlem, ABC, 1991. Anchor, A Line in the Sand: What Did America Win?, ABC, 1991. Anchor, A Line in the Sand: War or Peace?, ABC, 1991. Anchor, The Health Quarterly, ABC, 1991. The Class of the 20th Century, ABC, 1992. Moderator, Prejudice: Answering Children’s Questions, ABC, 1992. Moderator, The ’92 Vote: The Democratic Candidates Debate, ABC, 1992. Host, Peter Jennings Reporting: The Cocaine War, Lost in Bolivia, ABC, 1992. Host, A National Town Meeting: Who Is Ross Perot?, ABC, 1992. Host, Growing Up in the Age of AIDS: An ABC News Town Meeting for the Family—with Peter Jennings, ABC, 1992. Host, Alfred I. DuPont/Columbia University Awards in Broadcast Journalism, ABC, 1992. Anchor, Peter Jennings Reporting: Who Is Ross Perot?, ABC, 1992. Anchor, Peter Jennings Reporting: Men, Sex, and Rape, ABC, 1992. Anchor, The Missiles of October: What the World Didn’t Know, ABC, 1992. Anchor, ’92 Vote: The Democratic Convention, ABC, 1992. Peter Jennings Reporting: The Land of the Demons, ABC, 1993. Host, Cover–Up at Ground Zero, ABC, 1993. Anchor, Kids in the Crossfire: Violence in America, ABC, 1993. House on Fire: America’s Haitian Crisis, ABC, 1994. Moderator, President Clinton: Answering Children’s Questions, ABC, 1994. Host, While America Watched: The Bosnia Tragedy, ABC, 1994. Host, Peter Jennings Reporting: In the Name of God, 1995.

Also appeared as anchor, Capital to Capital; host, Let’s Face It, CBC; host, Time Out, CBC. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Reporter, The Century, ABC, 1999. Television Appearances; Specials: Correspondent, ABC News Close–up on the Consumer Offensive: Who Speaks for the People?, ABC, 1975. Correspondent, ABC News Close–up on Food: The Crisis of Price, ABC, 1975. Making the News, ABC, 1985. Anchor, 45/85, ABC, 1985. Host, Liberty Weekend Preview, ABC, 1986. Commentator, Liberty Weekend, ABC, 1986. Narrator, At a Loss for Words ... Illiterate in America, ABC, 1986. Anchor, After the Sexual Revolution, ABC, 1986. Host and narrator, We the People, PBS, 1987. Anchor, The Summit in America, ABC, 1987. Ronald Reagan, ABC, 1987. Questions of Policy, Questions of War, ABC, 1987. Anchor, The Pope in America, ABC, 1987. Panelist, In the Face of Terrorism, PBS, 1987. Anchor, A Celebration of Citizenship, ABC, 1987. Host (United States), Capital to Capital, ABC, 1987. Anchor, The Blessings of Liberty, 1987. Host, The Alfred I. Dupont/Columbia University Awards, PBS, 1987. Moderator, Violence in a Tube, ABC, 1988. Cohost, ⬙Opening Ceremonies,⬙ The 1988 Winter Olympic Games, ABC, 1988. Anchor, Drugs: Why This Plague?, ABC, 1988. Anchor, Drugs: A Plague upon the Land, ABC, 1988. Anchor, The ’88 Vote: Election Night, ABC, 1988. Host, JFK Remembered, 1988. The Politics of Privacy, PBS, 1988. Campaign: The Prime–Time President, PBS, 1988. The Television Academy Hall of Fame, ABC, 1989. Host, Christmas at Starcross, ABC, 1989. Host and commentator, Images of the ’80s, ABC, 1989. Anchor, Worlds in Turmoil, ABC, 1989. 212

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JENNINGS Himself, Breaking the News, CBS, 2001. Host, Answering Kids’ Questions: An ABC News Special, ABC, 2001. ABC Wide World of Sports 40th Anniversary Special, ABC, 2001. Host, ABC 2002, ABC, 2001. Host, In Search of America, ABC, 2002. Jim McKay: My World in My Worlds, HBO, 2003. Also associated with Personal Note: Beirut. Television Appearances; Episodic: Ethics in America, 1989. The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, NBC, 1990. Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 2001, 2002. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, 2002. Television Work; Series: Middle East bureau chief, ABC News, ABC, 1968–1975. Senior editor, World News Tonight, ABC, 1983—. Television Work; Specials: Producer and script editor, Worlds in Turmoil, ABC, 1989. Senior editor, Growing Up in the Age of AIDS: An ABC News Town Meeting for the Family—with Peter Jennings, ABC, 1992. Radio Appearances: Host, Peter’s People, CBC, c. 1947. Also appeared as news reporter, CFJR, Canada. Film Appearances: Himself, The World Is Watching, 1988. Himself, Only the News That Fits, 1989. Anchor, Schwarzkopf: How the War Was Won, 1991. (In archive footage; uncredited) Himself, The Panama Deception, 1992. (Uncredited) Himself, Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media, 1992. Himself, The Last Party, 1993. RECORDINGS Taped Readings: In Search of America, Hyperion Audiobooks, 2002. WRITINGS Television Specials: 45/85, ABC, 1985. The Blessings of Liberty, ABC, 1987. Worlds in Turmoil, ABC, 1989.

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Peter Jennings Reporting: Guns, ABC, 1990. Peter Jennings Reporting: From the Killing Fields, ABC, 1990. Peter Jennings Reporting: From the Heart of Harlem, ABC, 1991. The Health Quarterly, PBS, 1991. The Missiles of October: What the World Didn’t Know, ABC, 1992. Peter Jennings Reporting: Men, Sex and Rape, ABC, 1992. Cover–Up at Ground Zero, ABC, 1993. Common Miracles: The New American Revolution in Learning, ABC, 1993. Hiroshima: Why the Bomb Was Dropped, ABC, 1995. Children First: Real Kids, Real Solutions, ABC, 1995. Rage and Betrayal: The Lives of Tim McVeigh and Terry Nichols, ABC, 1996. Peter Jennings Reporting: The Search for Jesus, ABC, 2000. Peter Jennings Reporting: The Gun Fight, ABC, 2000.

Career: Actor, screenwriter, producer, creator, and composer. Half of comedy/magic team, Penn & Teller; Buggs & Rudy A Discount Corporation, partner; appeared in television commercials for Powerstreet online trading, 1999, Pizza Hut, 2001, and HP Media Center, 2002. CREDITS Film Appearances: Security guard (U.S. version), Savage Island, 1985. Norman, Off Beat, Buena Vista, 1986. Bone, My Chauffeur, Crown, 1986. Penn & Teller’s Cruel Tricks for Dear Friends (also known as Cruel Tricks for Dear Friends), 1987. Big Stoop, Tough Guys Don’t Dance, 1987. Voice of the Chief of the Deformed, Light Years (also known as Gandahar), Miramax, 1988. Penn, Penn & Teller Get Killed (also known as Dead Funny), Warner Bros., 1989. Host, The Eyes Scream: A History of the Residents, 1991. Himself, Half Japanese: The Band Who Would Be King, Tara Releasing, 1993. Luthers, Car 54, Where Are You?, 1994. Hal, Hackers, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1995. Voice of TV announcer, Toy Story (animated), Buena Vista, 1995. Radio deejay, Burnzy’s Last Call, 1995. Himself, The Best of Ed’s Night Party, 1996. Nothing Sacred, 1997. Fred, Life Sold Separately, 1997. Himself, Lou Reed: Rock and Roll Heart, Fox Lorber, 1997. Himself, Kid Nerd, 1997. Barker at Bazooko Circus, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Universal, 1998. Host, ⬙The Sorcerer’s Apprentice,⬙ Fantasia/2000, Buena Vista, 1999. Albert, Fear of Fiction, 2000.

Television Episodes: ⬙Abbed Hammoud,⬙ America.01, ABC, 2001. ⬙Engine Company No. 1,⬙ America.01, ABC, 2001. Books: Co–author, The Pope in Britain: Pope John Paul II British Visit, Bodley Head, 1982. ⬙Introduction,⬙ The ’84 Vote, 1985. Co–interviewer, Children of the Troubles: Growing Up in Northern Ireland, Stranmillis College, 1986. (With Todd Brewster) The Century, Doubleday, 1998. (With others) The Century for Young People, Random House, 1999. OTHER SOURCES Books: St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, St. James Press, 2000. Periodicals: America, April 30, 1994, p. 18. American Journalism Review, November, 2001, p. 40. Broadcasting & Cable, September 27, 1993, p. 36. Economist, October 23, 1993, p. A38. Maclean’s, July 1, 2000, p. 34. People Weekly, August 30, 1993, p. 48.

Television Appearances; Series: Voice of Flea, The Moxy Show (animated), Cartoon Network, 1994–1995. Drell, Sabrina, The Teenage Witch (also known as Sabrina), ABC, 1996–1997. Host, Sin City Spectacular (also known as Penn & Teller’s Sin City Spectacular), F/X, 1998. Voice of Pluto Devil, Mickey Mouse Works (animated), ABC, 1999–2000.

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JILLETTE Darrin Romick, ⬙Illusions of Grandeur,⬙ Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, ABC, 1994. Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 1994–2000. Archibald Fenn, ⬙Drew Meets Lawyers,⬙ The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1995. Himself, ⬙$20.01,⬙ Space Ghost Coast to Coast, Cartoon Network, 1996. Archibald Fenn, ⬙See Drew Run,⬙ The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1997. Encyclopedia salesman, ⬙The One with the ’Cuffs,⬙ Friends, NBC, 1997. Himself, ⬙The Gary Cahuenga Episode,⬙ Muppets Tonight!, ABC, 1997. Rebo, ⬙Day of the Dead,⬙ Babylon 5, syndicated, 1998. (Uncredited) Pimp, ⬙The Cat’s Out of the Bag,⬙ Dharma & Greg, ABC, 1998. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, 1998–2002. Himself, ⬙Knee Deep,⬙ Home Improvement, ABC, 1999. Himself, ⬙Val the Hard Way,⬙ V.I.P., syndicated, 1999. Voice of himself, ⬙Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder,⬙ The Simpsons (animated), Fox, 1999. Terry, ⬙The Proposal: Part 2,⬙ Just Shoot Me!, NBC, 2001. Himself, ⬙Celebrity Special,⬙ Fear Factor, NBC, 2002. Himself, ⬙Las Vegas: Live Reveal,⬙ Trading Spaces, The Learning Channel, 2003. Himself, ⬙Magic Jordan,⬙ The Bernie Mac Show, Fox, 2003. Himself, The View, ABC, 2003.

Voice of Pluto Devil, House of Mouse (animated), ABC, 2001. Himself, Penn & Teller: Bullshit!, Showtime, 2003. Television Appearances; Movies: Director, Hayley Wagner, Star, Showtime, 1999. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Himself, ⬙Volume 4: Highway 93,⬙ Great Drives, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: Penn & Teller Go Public?, PBS, 1985. Penn & Teller’s Invisible Thread (also known as Invisible Thread), Showtime, 1987. Ron Reagan Is the President’s Son, Cinemax, 1988. Host, Showtime Comedy Club All–Stars III, Showtime, 1989. Woodstock: Return to the Planet of the ’60s, CBS, 1989. Penn & Teller: Don’t Try This At Home! (also known as Don’t Try This at Home!), NBC, 1990. Host, ⬙This Is MST3K,⬙ Mystery Science Theater 3000, Comedy Central, 1992. Indecision ’92: The Republican National Convention, Comedy Central, 1992. Harley–Davidson’s 90th Birthday Blast, Showtime, 1993. Host, Discover Magazine’s 5th Annual Technology Awards, The Disney Channel, 1994. Narrator, Hal Roach: Hollywood’s King of Laughter, The Disney Channel, 1994. Aspen Comedy Festival, Comedy Central, 1994. The World’s Greatest Magic II, NBC, 1995. Penn, Phobophilia: The Love of Fear (also known as Penn & Teller’s Phobophilia: The Love of Fear), 1995. It’s a Wonderful Cyberlife: A Holiday Buying Guide, The Discovery Channel, 1996. The World’s Wildest Magic, NBC, 1997. Penn & Teller’s Home Invasion Magic (also known as Home Invasion), ABC, 1997. The Unpleasant World of Penn and Teller, Comedy Central, 2000. The Master of Deception, The Discovery Channel, 2000. The Great American History Quiz: 50 States, History Channel, 2001.

Also appeared as Orwell Kravitz, ⬙Parallel Lives,⬙ VR.5; in Famous Homes & Hideaways, syndicated; Evening at Pops. Television Work; Series: Co–executive producer and development, Penn & Teller’s Sin City Spectacular (also known as Sin City Spectacular), F/X, 1998. Co–executive producer, Penn & Teller: Bullshit!, Showtime, 2003.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Orwell Kravitz, VR.5, 1995. Drell, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, ABC, 1996.

Television Work; Specials: Creator, Penn & Teller Go Public, PBS, 1985. Executive producer, Phobophilia: The Love of Fear (also known as Penn & Teller’s Phobophilia: The Love of Fear), 1995. Co–executive producer and concept originator, Penn & Teller’s Home Invasion Magic, ABC, 1997.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Jimmy Borges, ⬙Prodigal Son,⬙ Miami Vice, NBC, 1985. Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1985, 1986. Late Night with David Letterman, CBS, 1986–1993. The Original Max Talking Headroom Show, Cinemax, 1987.

Stage Appearances: Penn & Teller, Ritz Theatre, New York City, 1987–1988. Penn & Teller: The Refrigerator Tour, Eugene O’Neill Theatre, New York City, 1991. Penn & Teller Rot in Hell, John Houseman Theatre, New York City, 1991–1992. 215

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Penn & Teller, Wilshire Theatre, New York City, 1998. The Exonerated, 45 Bleecker, New York City, 2002—.

Video Games: Penn & Teller’s Smoke and Mirrors, 1995.

Made off–Broadway debut in 1985.

Nonfiction: (With Teller) Penn & Teller’s Cruel Tricks for Dear Friends, Villard Books, 1989. (With Teller) Penn & Teller’s How to Play with Your Food, Villard Books, 1992. (With Teller) Penn & Teller’s How to Play in Traffic, Boulevard Books, 1997.

RECORDINGS Video Games: Penn & Teller’s Smoke and Mirrors, 1995. Voice of Leroy Paine, Steven Spielberg’s Director’s Chair, 1996. Voice of Drell, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Spellbound, 1998.

Audiobooks: The Golden Rule of Schmoozing, Listen & Live Audio, 1998.

WRITINGS

Other: Wrote a monthly column for PC/Computing. Contributor to magazines, including Playboy.

Screenplays: Penn & Teller’s Cruel Tricks for Dear Friends (also known as Cruel Tricks for Dear Friends), 1987. Penn & Teller Get Killed (also known as Dead Funny), Warner Bros., 1989.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, November 21, 1997, p. 122. Newsbytes, June 14, 1994, p. 1994. Reason, April, 1994, p. 35.

Film Scores: Penn & Teller’s Cruel Tricks for Dear Friends (also known as Cruel Tricks for Dear Friends), 1987. Television Specials: Penn & Teller Go Public?, 1985. Penn & Teller’s Invisible Thread (also known as Invisible Friend), Showtime, 1987. Ron Reagan Is the President’s Son, Cinemax, 1988. Penn & Teller: Don’t Try This at Home! (also known as Don’t Try This at Home!), NBC, 1990. The Unpleasant World of Penn & Teller, 1994. Phobophilia: The Love of Fear (also known as Penn & Teller: Phobophilia: The Love of Fear), 1995. Penn & Teller’s Home Invasion Magic, ABC, 1997.

JOHNSON, Anne–Marie 1960– (Anne Marie Johnson) PERSONAL Born July 18, 1960, in Los Angeles, CA, married Martin Grey, 1996. Education: University of California, Los Angeles, B.A., theatre arts. Career: Actress.

Television Episodes: The Moxy Show (animated), Cartoon Network, 1994–1995. (With Teller, David Wechter, and John McLaughlin) ⬙Talking to the Dead,⬙ Penn & Teller: Bullshit!, 2003. (With Teller, Wechter, and McLaughlin) ⬙Alternative Medicine,⬙ Penn & Teller: Bullshit!, 2003.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Lydia, Willie Mae, and 5th Hooker, Hollywood Shuffle (also known as Robert Townsend’s Hollywood Shuffle), Samuel Goldwyn, 1987. Cherry, I’m Gonna Git You Sucka, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer/United Artists, 1988. Athena, Robot Jox (also known as Robojox), Triumph, 1990. Kristi Reeves, True Identity, Buena Vista, 1991. (As Anne Marie Johnson) Diedre, Strictly Business, Warner Bros., 1991.

Also wrote Penn & Teller’s Sin City Spectacular (also known as Sin City Spectacular), F/X. Television Episodes; Lyrics: Penn & Teller’s Sin City Spectacular (also known as Sin City Spectacular), F/X, 1998. 216

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JOHNSON The Liar’s Club, syndicated, 1988. Win, Lose, or Draw, syndicated, 1988, 1989. Felicity Patterson, ⬙Once Bitten,⬙ Singer & Sons, 1990. Barbara Kirsh, ⬙The Guest Host,⬙ The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1992. Sheila Kelly, ⬙What’s Next?,⬙ Living Single, Fox, 1993. Mariah Cirrus, ⬙The Long Dark,⬙ Babylon 5, syndicated, 1994. Priscilla Dauphin, ⬙Big Easy Murder,⬙ Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1995. Christine, ⬙Color Blind,⬙ Sirens, 1995. Voice of Mousie, ⬙Sins of the Fathers: Part 2, Make a Wish: Part 1,⬙ Spider–Man (animated), 1996. Voice of Mousie, ⬙Sins of the Fathers: Part 3: Attack of the Octobots,⬙ Spider–Man (animated), 1996. Sickle–cell patient, ⬙Ask Me No Questions, I’ll Tell You No Lies,⬙ ER, NBC, 1996. Voice of Angela, ⬙Partners in Danger: Part 11: The Prowler,⬙ Spider–Man (animated), 1997. Lieutenant Alison Fawkes, ⬙Once in a Blue Moon,⬙ The Pretender, NBC, 1998. Janice, Damon, Fox, 1998. Aisha Bullock, ⬙Making Music with the Wrong Man,⬙ Any Day Now, Lifetime, 1998. Mrs. Jamison, ⬙Vanishing Acts,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 1999. Cabil, ⬙Two Days in the Valley,⬙ It’s Like, You Know ... , ABC, 1999. District Attorney Foster, ⬙Love’s Illusions,⬙ Ally McBeal, Fox, 1999. Dr. Karen Dunbar, ⬙You Can’t Look at the Sea without Wishing for Wings,⬙ Hope Island, PAX, 1999. (Uncredited) Vicky Wells, ⬙Redrum,⬙ The X–Files, Fox, 2000. ⬙Are You My Father?,⬙ Family Law, CBS, 2000. Guest, Pajama Party, Oxygen, 2000. (As Anne Marie Johnson) Elaine, ⬙A Pearl of Great Value,⬙ Chicken Soup for the Soul, PAX, 2000. Dr. Brown, ⬙The Shrink Gets Shrunk,⬙ For Your Love, The WB, 2000. Nurse, ⬙Gray Matter,⬙ Strong Medicine, Lifetime, 2001. Renee Sawyer, ⬙Rage against the Machine,⬙ The District, CBS, 2001. Lady Egyptian, ⬙Nobody’s Fool,⬙ The Parkers, UPN, 2001. Laura, ⬙The Mamas and the Papas: Part 1,⬙ Dharma & Greg, ABC, 2002. Sharon, ⬙Howdy Partner,⬙ Girlfriends, UPN, 2003. Catherine, ⬙Criminally Insane,⬙ The District, CBS, 2003. Sharon, ⬙Too Much Sharin,⬙ Girlfriends, UPN, 2003.

Television Appearances; Series: Aileen Lewis, Double Trouble, NBC, 1984–1985. Nadine Thomas, What’s Happening Now!, syndicated, 1985–1988. Althea Tibbs, In the Heat of the Night, NBC, 1988–1993. Various characters, In Living Color, Fox, 1993–1994. Alycia Barnett, Melrose Place, Fox, 1995–1996. Denise Williams, Smart Guy, The WB, 1997. Congresswoman Bobbi Latham, a recurring role, JAG, CBS, 1997—. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Carrie, Jackie Collins’ ⬙Lucky/Chances⬙ (also known as Jackie Collins’ Lucky, Chances and Lucky, Lucky and Chances), NBC, 1990. Karen Dodd, Asteroid, NBC, 1997. Television Appearances; Movies: Dawn, His Mistress, NBC, 1984. Donna, Dream Date, 1989. Anne–Marie, Through the Fire, 2002. Also appeared in The Atlanta Child Murders. Television Appearances; Specials: Super Bloopers and New Practical Jokes, NBC, 1992. Host, The CBS All–American Thanksgiving Parade, CBS, 1992. La Creasia, Why Colors?, Showtime, 1995. Voice of Verena, The Frog Princess: An Animated Special from the ⬙Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child⬙ Series, HBO, 2000. Television Appearances; Pilots: Beth Franklin, High School, U.S.A., NBC, 1984. Veronica, Manhattan Man, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Denise, ⬙Undercover Cover,⬙ Diff’rent Strokes, NBC, 1984. Lynn Williams, ⬙Blues for Mr. Green,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1984. Lynn Williams, ⬙You’re in Alice’s,⬙ Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1985. Isabel Teret/Nella Watkins, ⬙Saturday Night Special,⬙ Hunter, NBC, 1986. ⬙Vigilante,⬙ Houston Knights, CBS, 1988. Body by Jake, syndicated, 1988.

Also appeared as contestant, Card Sharks; preschool principal, Mad about You, NBC; Arlene, Minor Adjustments, NBC; herself, Happy Hour, USA Network; contestant, Child’s Play; Janice, Damon; Olivia, What I Like about You; in The Division. 217

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JONES, Gemma 1942– PERSONAL Original name, Jennifer Jones; born December 4, 1942, in London, England; daughter of Griffith (an actor) and Irene (maiden name, Isaac) Jones; sister of Nicholas Jones (an actor); children: (with Sebastian Graham– Jones, a theatre director) Luke. Education: Attended Francis Holland School, London; trained for the stage at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, 1960–62. Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Bancroft Gold Medal, Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, 1962; Clarence Derwent Award, 1965, for The Cavern; Society of West End Theater Management Award, best actress in a new London play, 1979, for And a Nightingale Sang. CREDITS

Also appeared in Breaking the Silence.

Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Cherry, The Beaux Stratagem, Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon, England, 1963. (London debut) Johanna, Baal, Phoenix Theatre, 1963. Gilda, Alfie, Mermaid Theatre, then Duchess Theatre, both London, 1963. Portia, The Merchant of Venice, Playhouse Theatre, Nottingham, England, 1964–1965. Adele, The Cavern, Playhouse Theatre, 1964–1965, then Strand Theatre, London, 1965. Eugenie, The Pastime of M Robert, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1966. Victoria, Portrait of a Queen, Thorndike Theatre, Leatherhead, England, 1966. Title role, Saint Joan, Wimbledon Theatre, London, 1966. Helen Schlegel, Howard’s End, New Theatre, London, 1967. Julia, Two Gentleman of Verona, Regent’s Park, London, 1968. Ophelia, Hamlet, Repertory Theatre, Birmingham, England, 1969. Valerie Jordan, There’ll Be Some Changes Made, Fortune Theatre, London, 1969. Nina, The Seagull, Thorndike Theatre, London, 1969. Christina of Sweden, The Abdication, Theatre Royal, Bath, England, 1971. Polly Oliver, Getting On, Queen’s Theatre, London, 1971. Susan Lloyd, Next of Kin, National Theatre Company, Old Vic Theatre, London, 1974. Countess, The Marriage of Figaro, National Theatre Company, Old Vic Theatre, 1974.

Major Tours: Hippolyta/Titania A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Royal Shakespeare Company, world tour, 1972–1973. Film Appearances: Madeleine, The Devils (also known as The Devils of London), Warner Bros., 1971. Mary Jones, On the Black Hill, 1987. Dr. Sarah Nichols, Paperhouse, Vestron, 1990. Mrs. Wainwright, Feast of July, Buena Vista, 1995. Mrs. Dashwood, Sense and Sensibility, Columbia, 1995. Mrs. Wiggins, O.K. Garage (also known as All Revved Up), New City Releasing, 1997. Lady Queensberry, Wilde (also known as Oscar Wilde), PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1997. Eunice Pickles, Captain Jack (also known as An Inch over the Horizon), 1998. Anne, The Theory of Flight, Fine Line, 1998. Grace Winslow, The Winslow Boy, Sony Pictures Classics, 1999. Mrs. Freda Davids, Cotton Mary, Artistic License, 1999. Bridget’s mum (Pam Jones), Bridget Jones’s Diary (also known as Le journal de Bridget Jones), Universal, 2001. Nancy, Sin noticias de Dios (also known as Bendito infierno, Don’t Tempt Me, Nessuna notizia da Dio, No News From God, Sans nouvelles de Dieu, and Without News of God), First Look Entertainment, 2001. 218

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JONES Elizabeth Harrison, Longitude, Arts and Entertainment, 2000. Mrs. Bubby, Bootleg, BBC, 2002. Television Appearances; Specials: Title role, Lucinda, 1967. The Seagull (also known as Play of the Month: The Seagull), PBS, 1968. ⬙Smoke Screen,⬙ The Wednesday Play, 1969. Anna, The Lie (also known as Play for Today: The Lie), 1970. Edith, The Man in the Sidecar (also known as Play for Today: The Man in the Sidecar), 1971. Varya, The Cherry Orchard (also known as Play of the Month: The Cherry Orchard), 1971. Portia, The Merchant of Venice (also known as The Complete Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice), 1980. Lady Mellor, Very Like a Whale (also known as Executive Syndrome), 1981. Miss Prism, The Importance of Being Earnest, 1986. Titania, The Fairy Queen (also known as La reine des fees), 1989. Sara Glynn, Wycliffe and the Cycle of Death, 1993.

Television Appearances; Series: Louisa Trotter, The Duchess of Duke Street, BBC, 1976–1977, then broadcast in the United States on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1978–1979. Television Appearances; Movies: Helen Curry, ⬙Dial a Deadly Number,⬙ Thriller (also known as Thriller: Dial a Deadly Number), ABC, 1975. Jane Garth, Wilderness, 1996. Mrs. Fairfax, Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre (also known as Jane Eyre), Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Fleda Vetch, The Spoils of Poynton, 1971. Vicky, A Fall of Eagles, PBS, 1974. Louisa Trotter, The Duchess of Duke Street II, 1979. Anne Staveley, ⬙Dead of Jericho,⬙ Inspector Morse, CTV, 1988, then broadcast in the United States as an episode of Mystery!, PBS, 1988. Alice Mair, ⬙Devices and Desires,⬙ Mystery!, PBS, 1991. Miss. Menzies, The Return of the Borrowers, 1993. Mrs. Bibble, The Phoenix and the Carpet, 1997. Julia Hampson, A Last Embrace (also known as An Unsuitable Job for a Woman), ITV, 1998. Beatrice Kyle, An Evil Streak, LWT, 1999.

Also appeared in The Way of the World. Television Appearances; Episodic: Queen, ⬙The Heartless Giant,⬙ The Jim Henson Hour (also known as The Storyteller), NBC, 1989. Mrs. Peveril, ⬙Some Lie and Some Die,⬙ Ruth Rendell Mysteries, 1990. Maisie Gooch, ⬙Ring Out Your Dead,⬙ Midsomer Murders, ITV and Arts and Entertainment, 2002.

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KAGAN, Jeremy 1945– (Jeremy Paul Kagan) PERSONAL Full name, Jeremy Paul Kagan; born December 14, 1945, in Mt. Vernon, NY; son of Henry Enoch and Esther (maiden name, Miller) Kagan; married Elaine Goren, March 17, 1974; children: Eve Laura. Education: Harvard University, B.A. (magna cum laude), Russian history and literature, 1967; New York University, M.F.A., 1969; American Film Institute, 1971. Avocational Interests: Playing the clarinet, painting.

CREDITS Film Director: Once upon a Line (animated short film), 1968. Mate–Game (short film), 1969. How Do You Seduce a Man? (documentary), 1969. The ⬙What Did You Think of the Movie?⬙ Movie, 1970. The Love Song of Charles Faberman, American Film Institute, 1973. Scott Joplin, Universal, 1977. Heroes, Universal, 1977. The Big Fix, Universal, 1977. The Chosen, Contemporary, 1982. The Sting II, Universal, 1983. The Journey of Natty Gann, Buena Vista, 1985. Big Man on Campus (also known as The Hunchback Hairball of L.A. and The Hunchback of UCLA), Vestron Video/Live Home Video, 1991. By the Sword, 1991. Incoming, 2000.

Addresses: Contact—Our Own Co., Brentwood Management, 11812 San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90049–5022; c/o Directors Guild of America, 7920 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046–0907. Career: Director, producer, and writer. Worked as animator, 1968; Sundance Institute, artistic director, 1991–96; University of Southern California, Graduate Film School, adjunct professor; guest lecturer for Phi Beta Kappa, American Film Institute, and Motion Picture Academy; multimedia show designer, White House Conference on Youth and Education.

Television Director; Movies: Unwed Father, ABC, 1974. Katherine (also known as The Radical), ABC, 1975. Sleeping Beauty, 1983. Courage, CBS, 1986. (And producer) The Trial of the Chicago Eight (also known as Conspiracy: The Trial of the Chicago 8), HBO, 1987. Descending Angel, HBO, 1990. And producer, Roswell (also known as Roswell: The U.F.O. Cover Up and Incident at Roswell), Showtime, 1994.

Member: Writers Guild of America, Directors Guild of America (national board member, 1985—), Phi Beta Kappa. Awards, Honors: American Animators, first prize, 1968, for Once upon a Line; Golden Eagle Award, and Silver Knight Award, Malta Festival, both 1973, for The Love Song of Charles Faberman; Emmy Award nomination, 1973, for ⬙My Dad Lives in a Downtown Hotel,⬙ ABC After-School Special; Grand Prize, Montreal Film 220

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KELLY RECORDINGS Music Videos: Directed Sly Stone’s ⬙Everyday People.⬙ WRITINGS

Television Director; Miniseries: (As Jeremy Paul Kagan) ⬙God’s Equation,⬙ Taken (also known as Steven Spielberg Presents Taken), Sci–Fi Channel, 2002.

Screenplays: The Love Song of Charles Faberman, American Film Institute, 1973.

Television Director; Specials: ⬙My Dad Lives in a Downtown Hotel,⬙ ABC After– School Special, ABC, 1973.

Television Movies: Katherine (also known as The Radical), ABC, 1975. Conspiracy: The Trial of the Chicago Eight, HBO, 1987. Roswell (also known as Incident at Roswell and Roswell: The U.F.O. Cover–Up), 1994.

Television Director; Pilots: Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders (also known as The Haunted Monastery), ABC, 1974. (And coproducer) Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman, ABC, 1993.

KEE, George See CHEUNG, George

Television Director; Episodic: ⬙All in the Family,⬙ Nichols (also known as James Garner as Nichols and James Garner), NBC, 1972. ⬙The Most Crucial Game,⬙ Columbo, NBC, 1972. ⬙Sleeping Beauty,⬙ Faerie Tale Theater (also known as Shelley Duvall’s Faerie Tale Theatre), Showtime, 1983. ⬙Mr. Dreeb Comes to Town,⬙ Picket Fences, CBS, 1992. ⬙Nuclear Meltdowns,⬙ Picket Fences, CBS, 1993. ⬙Food Chains,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 1994. ⬙Leave of Absence,⬙ Chicago Hope, CBS, 1995. ⬙Heart of Saturday Night,⬙ Picket Fences, CBS, 1995. ⬙Forbidden Fruits,⬙ Ally McBeal, Fox, 1998. ⬙El baile⬙ (also known as ⬙The Dance⬙), Resurrection Blvd., Showtime, 2000. ⬙Luchando⬙ (also known as ⬙Wrestling⬙), Resurrection Blvd., Showtime, 2000. ⬙No te muevas⬙ (also known as ⬙Do Not Move⬙), Resurrection Blvd., Showtime, 2000. ⬙The Lame Duck Congress,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 2000. ⬙Liar’s Club: Part 1,⬙ Family Law, CBS, 2001. ⬙Crash,⬙ Boomtown, NBC, 2002. ⬙Stirred,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 2002. ⬙Back in the Ring,⬙ The Guardian, CBS, 2003.

KEITH, Marilyn See BERGMAN, Marilyn

KELLY, Daniel Hugh 1954(?)– (Daniel Hugh–Kelly) PERSONAL Born August 10, 1954 (some sources say 1952 or 1949), in Elizabeth, NJ; married Kathryn; children: Joseph. Education: Attended St. Vincent College; studied acting at Catholic University of America. Avocational Interests: Fishing, farming. Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 235 Park Ave. South, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10003. Career: Actor, producer, and director. Sometimes credited as Daniel Hugh–Kelly.

Also directed The Bold Ones: The New Doctors (also known as The New Doctors); ⬙Heart,⬙ The Guardian, CBS.

Member: Screen Actors Guild.

Television Appearances; Specials: Moderator, The Director’s Vision: Hollywood’s Best Discuss Their Craft, Sundance Channel, 1998.

Film Appearances: Vic Trenton, Cujo, Warner Bros., 1983. Scotty, Someone to Watch over Me, Columbia, 1987.

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Rob Cutter, Nowhere to Hide (also known as Fatal Chase), Alliance Entertainment, 1987. Wallace Evans, The Good Son, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1993. Les Goodwin, Bad Company, Buena Vista, 1995. Sojef, Star Trek: Insurrection (also known as Star Trek IX, Star Trek: Millennium, Star Trek: Nemesis, Star Trek: Past and Future, Star Trek: Pathfinder, Star Trek: Prime Directive, Star Trek: Rebellion, Star Trek: Stardust, Star Trek 9, and Star Trek: Transcendence), Paramount, 1998. Colonel Leo Vitelli, Chill Factor, Warner Bros., 1999. Dr. Henry Thompson, The In Crowd, Warner Bros., 2000. Agent Taylor, Guardian, 2000.

Doug Martin, Stranger in My Home, CBS, 1997. Jim Ballard, Five Desperate Hours, NBC, 1997. Lonn Reisman, Bad As I Wanna Be: The Dennis Rodman Story, ABC, 1998. Mr. Yates, Atomic Dog, USA Network, 1998. Gordon O’Connell, Labor of Love, Lifetime, 1998. Mike Malone, Sr., Passing Glory, TNT, 1999. Robert Reed, Growing Up Brady, NBC, 2000. Jack Dempsey, Joe and Max, Starz!, 2002. Television Appearances; Specials: ABC team member, Battle of the Network Stars XV, ABC, 1983. Television Appearances; Pilots: Sergeant Lou Ireland, Murder Ink, CBS, 1983. Barry Tarberry, Disney Presents the 100 Lives of Black Jack Savage (also known as The 100 Lives of Black Jack Savage), NBC, 1991. Michael McGann, Dark Eyes, ABC, 1995.

Television Appearances; Series: Francis Xavier ⬙Frank⬙ Ryan Ⲇ3, Ryan’s Hope, ABC, 1977–1981. Detective Frank Wajorski, Chicago Story, NBC, 1982. ⬙Skid⬙ Mark McCormick, Hardcastle and McCormick, 1983–1986. Peter Farrell, I Married Dora, ABC, 1987–1988. Barry Tarberry, Disney Presents the 100 Lives of Black Jack Savage (also known as Black Jack Savage), NBC, 1991. Travis Montgomery Ⲇ2, All My Children, ABC, 1993–1994. Noah Beckett, Second Noah, ABC, 1995–1996. Grant, Oh Baby, Lifetime, 1998. Ben Cartwright, Ponderosa, PAX, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Council member Kevin Crossley, ⬙Pride,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1995. Julian Spector, ⬙Empire,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 1999. Rex, ⬙Take Two,⬙ Twice in a Lifetime, PAX and CTV, 2000. Tim Preston, ⬙6 Hours,⬙ Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 2001. Lawrence Garber, ⬙3 Dawg Night,⬙ Law & Order, NBC, 2001. Ted Hartford, ⬙Power Play,⬙ For the People, Lifetime, 2003.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Mike George, Nutcracker: Money, Madness and Murder, NBC, 1987. Eugene Cernan, From the Earth to the Moon, HBO, 1998. John F. Kennedy, Jackie, Ethel, Joan: The Women of Camelot (also known as Jackie, Ethel, Joan: The Kennedy Women), NBC, 2001.

Also appeared in ⬙Stranded,⬙ an episode of The Outer Limits. Television Coproducer; Pilots: The 100 Lives of Black Jack Savage, 1991.

Television Appearances; Movies: Jack McCormick, Thin Ice, CBS, 1981. Paul Forrest, Night of Courage, ABC, 1987. Congressional Representative Neil Gallagher, Citizen Cohn, HBO, 1992. Franklin Carter, MacShayne: The Final Roll of the Dice, NBC, 1994. Dr. Brian Allen, Moment of Truth: A Mother’s Deception (also known as Moment of Truth: Cult Rescue), NBC, 1994. Donald Prescott, A Child’s Cry for Help, NBC, 1994. Colonel Noel Rogers, The Tuskegee Airmen, HBO, 1995. Steve Sohmer, Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story, ABC, 1995. Ben Jones, No Greater Love (also known as Danielle Steel’s No Greater Love), NBC, 1996.

Television Director; Episodic: Directed episodes of Hardcastle and McCormick. Stage Appearances: Paul Verrall, Born Yesterday, 46th Street Theatre, New York City, 1989. Richard, Living Out, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 2003. WRITINGS Television Episodes: Wrote episodes of Hardcastle and McCormick. 222

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KORF, Geoff PERSONAL Education: California State University, Chico, graduated; Yale School of Drama, M.F.A., 1991. Career: Lighting designer. University of Washington, Seattle, member of design faculty; also taught lighting design at California Institute for the Arts and the University of Michigan. Member: United Scenic Artists Local Ⲇ829. Awards, Honors: L.A. Ovation Award nomination, best lighting design—intimate theater, 2000, for An Antigone Story; L.A. Ovation Award nomination, best lighting design (large theatre), 2002, for Crossings, Journey of Catholic Immigrants; NAACP Award nomination, best lighting design, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 2001, for Weights.

KRISTOFFERSON, Kris 1936– (Kris Carson)

CREDITS Stage Lighting Designer: Two Trains Running, Walter Kerr Theatre, New York City, 1992. (Untitled) Lindbergh, Portland Stage, Portland, ME, 1992. Trouble in Tahiti, Tulsa Opera, OK, 1995. The Imaginary Invalid, Long Beach Theater, Carpenter Center, Long Beach, CA, 1999. Duke Bluebeard’s Castle, Long Beach Theater, Carpenter Center, 1999. Summer Moon, South Coast Repertory, Costa Mesa, CA, 1999. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, Children’s Theatre Company, Minneapolis, MN, 2000. Amy’s View, South Coast Repertory Theatre, Costa Mesa, CA, 2000. Mizlansky/Zilinsky, Geffen Playhouse, University of California, Los Angeles, 2000. Euridice, Long Beach Theater, Carpenter Center, 2000. Elektra, Long Beach Theater, Carpenter Center, 2001. Powder Her Face, Long Beach Theater, Carpenter Center, 2001. Hold Please, South Coast Repertory, 2001. Making It, South Coast Repertory, 2002. Sugar Plum Fairy, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, WA, 2002–2003. Once upon a Forest, Children’s Theatre Company, Mainstage, Minneapolis, MN, 2003.

PERSONAL Born June 22, 1936, in Brownsville, TX; son of Henry C. (a U.S. Air Force major general) and Mary Ann (maiden name, Ashbrook) Kristofferson; married Fran Beir, 1960 (divorced, 1969); married Rita Coolidge (a singer and composer), August 19, 1973 (divorced, 1980); married Lisa Meyers (an attorney), February 18, 1983; children: (first marriage) Tracy, Kris; (second marriage) Casey; (third marriage) Jesse Turner, Jody Ray, Johnny, Kelly Marie, Blake Cameron. Education: Pomona College, B.A., creative literature, 1958; studied literature and poetry at Oxford University as a Rhodes scholar. Addresses: Agent—IFA Talent Agency, 8730 Sunset Blvd., Suite 490, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Manager— Current Entertainment, 1411 Fifth St., Suite 405, Santa Monica, CA 90401. Career: Actor, composer, and singer. Formerly an English teacher at West Point; also worked as a bartender, janitor, oil helicopter pilot, forest firefighter, and boxer. Military service: U.S. Army, captain, 1960–65. Awards, Honors: Song of the Year Award, Country Music Association, 1970, for ⬙Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ 223

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Blackie Buck, Songwriter, TriStar, 1984. Bob Logan, Flashpoint, TriStar, 1984. Hawk, Trouble in Mind, Island Alive, 1986. Mace Montana, Big Top Pee–Wee, Paramount, 1988. Lieutenant Jack Robbins, Welcome Home, Columbia, 1989. Bill Smith, Millennium, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1989. Tom Holte, Sandino, 1990. Stan Wozniak, Perfume of the Cyclone (also known as Night of the Cyclone), Republic Home Video, 1990. Jack Saunders, Original Intent, Paramount, 1992. Gabriel, Knights, Paramount, 1993. Joe Garvey, No Place to Hide, Cannon, 1993. Tom, Cheatin’ Hearts (also known as Paper Hearts), Trimark Pictures, 1993. Preacher, Pharaoh’s Army, Orion Home Entertainment, 1995. Sheriff Charlie Wade, Lone Star, Sony Pictures Classics, 1996. Himself, Message to Love: The Isle of Wight Festival, Castle Music Pictures, 1997. Orin Hanner, Sr., Fire Down Below, Warner Bros., 1997. Ghost of Hank Williams, Forever Is a Long Time, 1997. Bill Willis, A Soldier’s Daughter Never Cries (also known as La fille d’un soldat ne pleure jamais), October Films, 1998. Voice of Doc, The Land before Time VI: The Secret of Saurus Rock (animated), Universal Home Video, 1998. Cody, Girls’ Night, Granada Films, 1998. Abraham Whistler, Blade, New Line Cinema, 1998. John Burnett, Dance with Me, Columbia, 1998. Eddie, The Joyriders, Trident Releasing, 1999. Bronson, Payback, Paramount, 1999. Rudolph Meyer, Father Damien (also known as Molokai: The Story of Father Damien and Damiaan), Vine International Pictures, 1999. Smilin’ Jack, Limbo, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1999. Himself, The Ballad of Ramblin’ Jack, Lot 47 Films, 2000. Himself, Immaculate Funk, FBN Motion Pictures Inc., 2000. Comanche, 2000. Older Billy Coleman, Where the Red Fern Grows, Doty–Dayton Releasing, 2000. Karubi, Planet of the Apes, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2001. Bud, Chelsea Walls (also known as Chelsea Hotel), 2001. Shuck, Wooly Boys, PFG Entertainment, 2001. Doctor ⬙Doc⬙ John Mitchell, D–Tox (also known as Eye See You, Detox, and Im Auge der Angst), MCA/ Universal, 2002. Abraham Whistler, Blade II, New Line Cinema, 2002. Narrator, John Ford Goes to War, FBN Motion Pictures, 2002.

CREDITS Film Appearances: (Film debut) Minstrel Wrangler, The Last Movie (also known as Chinchero), Universal, 1971. Title role, Cisco Pike, Columbia, 1971. Billy the Kid, Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid, Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1973. Elmo Cole, Blume in Love, Warner Bros., 1973. Vocalist, The Gospel Road, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1973. Paco, Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (also known as Traiganme la cabeza de Alfredo Garcia), United Artists, 1974. David, Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, Warner Bros., 1975. John Norman Howard, A Star Is Born, Warner Bros., 1976. Aaron Arnold, Vigilante Force, United Artists, 1976. Jim Cameron, The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea, Avco–Embassy, 1976. Marvin ⬙Shake⬙ Tiller, Semi–Tough, United Artists, 1977. Rubber Duck, Convoy, United Artists, 1978. James Averill, Heaven’s Gate (also known as Johnson County Wars), United Artists, 1980. Hub Smith, Rollover, Warner Bros., 1981. 224

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KRISTOFFERSON Television Appearances; Specials: I Believe in Music, NBC, 1973. Marlo Thomas and Friends in Free to Be ... You and Me (also known as Free to Be ... You & Me), ABC, 1974. Himself/John Norman Howard, Barbra: With One More Look at You (also known as The Making of ⬙A Star Is Born⬙), 1976. Himself, A Salute to American Imagination, 1978. Himself, A Gift of Song: The Music for UNICEF Special (also known as A Gift of Song: The Music for UNICEF Concert), 1979. Host, The Unbroken Circle: A Tribute to Mother Maybelle Carter, 1979. Johnny Cash: The First 25 Years, CBS, 1980. Country Comes Home, CBS, 1981. A Special Anne Murray Christmas, CBS, 1981. Glen Campbell and Friends: The Silver Anniversary, HBO, 1984. Johnny Cash: Christmas on the Road, CBS, 1984. The 10th Anniversary Johnny Cash Christmas Special, CBS, 1985. Himself, Joan Rivers and Friends Salute Heidi Abromowitz, 1985. The Door Is Always Open, syndicated, 1985. Texas 150: A Celebration Special, ABC, 1986. The Best of Farm Aid: An American Event, HBO, 1986. The Academy of Country Music’s 20th Anniversary Reunion, NBC, 1986. A Tribute to Ricky Nelson, syndicated, 1987. Welcome Home, HBO, 1987. Kenny Rogers Classic Weekend, ABC, 1988. A Country Music Celebration: The 30th Anniversary of the Country Music Association, CBS, 1988. An All–Star Celebration: The ’88 Vote, ABC, 1988. Host, Buddy Holly and the Crickets—A Tribute, PBS, 1988. Judy Collins: Going Home, The Disney Channel, 1989. Grammy Living Legends, CBS, 1989. Texas and Tennessee ... A Musical Affair, TNN, 1990. In the Hank Williams Tradition, PBS, 1990. Farm Aid IV, TNN, 1990. Martin Luther King, Jr., National Holiday Parade, TBS, 1992. Highwaymen Live!, The Disney Channel, 1991. The Highwaymen, TNN, 1992. Farm Aid V, TNN, 1992. Host, In Country: Songs of the Vietnam War, PBS, 1992. Himself, Sam Peckinpah: Man of Iron (also known as Sam Peckinpah: A Retrospective), Arts and Entertainment, 1992. Willie Nelson, the Big Six–O: An All–Star Birthday Celebration (also known as Willie Nelson: The Big Six–O), CBS, 1993. Farm Aid VI, TNN, 1993. Host, The Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Celebration (also known as In the Spotlight), PBS, 1993. Kris Kristofferson: His Life and Work, 1993. Willie Nelson: My Life, Arts and Entertainment, 1994. Elvis Aron Presley: The Tribute, syndicated, 1994.

Film Work: (With Rita Coolidge) Singer, The Last Movie, Universal, 1971. Singer, Fat City, 1972. Television Appearances; Series: Super Dave, Showtime, 1987. The Texas Connection, TNN, 1990. Song performer, Country Music Spotlight, The Family Channel, 1994. Host and narrator, Adventures of the Old West, The Disney Channel, 1994. Television Appearances; Movies: Ben Cole, The Lost Honor of Kathryn Beck (also known as Act of Passion), CBS, 1984. Jesse James, The Last Days of Frank and Jesse James, NBC, 1986. Ringo, Stagecoach, CBS, 1986. Noble Adams, The Tracker (also known as Dead or Alive), HBO, 1988. Captain Rip Metcalf, Pair of Aces, CBS, 1990. Captain Rip Metcalf, Another Pair of Aces: Three of a Kind, CBS, 1991. Jericho Adams, Miracle in the Wilderness, TNT, 1991. Jefferson Jones, Christmas in Connecticut, TNT, 1992. Stan Mather, Trouble Shooters: Trapped beneath the Earth (also known as Trapped), NBC, 1993. Destiny, Sodbusters, Showtime, 1994. Abraham Lincoln, Tad, The Family Channel, 1995. Captain Jack Guthrie, Inflammable, CBS, 1995. Himself, Big Dreams and Broken Hearts: The Dottie West Story (also known as Paper Mansions: The Dottie West Story), CBS, 1995. Davis, Brother’s Destiny (also known as The Road Home and Long Road Home), 1996. Owen Whistler, Blue Rodeo, CBS, 1996. Narrator, Dead Man’s Gun, Showtime, 1997. Torrance, Outlaw Justice (also known as The Long Kill), CBS, 1998. Hugh Allison, Two for Texas, TNT, 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Abner Lait, Freedom Road, NBC, 1979. Curt Maddox, Blood and Orchids, CBS, 1986. Devin Milford, Amerika, ABC, 1987. Narrator, America’s Music: The Roots of Country, TBS, 1996. Steve Day, Tom Clancy’s Netforce (also known as NetForce), ABC, 1999. Lou Smit, Perfect Murder, Perfect Town: JonBenet and the City of Boulder, CBS, 2000. Narrator, American Roots Music, PBS, 2001. 225

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Coming and Going, PBS, 1994. American Music Shop, TNN, 1994. Host and narrator, ⬙The Songs of Six Families,⬙ Great Performances, PBS, 1994. Kris Kristofferson: Songwriter, The Disney Channel, 1995. Dolly Parton: Treasures, CBS, 1996. Himself, The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, CBS, 1996. The 25th American Film Institute Life Achievement Award: A Salute to Martin Scorsese, CBS, 1997. Big Guns Talk: The Story of the Western, TNT, 1997. The Life and Times of Willie Nelson, TNN, 1997. Himself, Message to Love: The Isle of Wight Festival, 1997. CMA 40th: A Celebration, CBS, 1998. Himself, Roger Miller Remembered, TNN, 1998. Himself, The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, CBS, 1998. An All–Star Tribute to Johnny Cash, TNT, 1999. Kris Kristofferson, Arts and Entertainment, 1999. The Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize Celebrating the Humor of Richard Pryor, Comedy Central, 1999. AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Barbra Streisand, Fox, 2001. Willie Nelson & Friends: Live and Kickin’, USA Network, 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Dean Martin Presents Music Country, U.S.A., NBC, 1973. Host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1976. The Muppet Show, 1978. The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1992. Himself, ⬙Arthur’s Crises⬙ (also known as ⬙Artie’s Crisis⬙), The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1994. Narrator, Legends, VH1, 1996. Narrator, Dead Man’s Gun, Showtime, 1997. Also appeared as guest, Johnny Cash Show, ABC; Rollin’ on the River, syndicated; The Tonight Show, NBC; Late Night with David Letterman, NBC. Stage Appearances: Concert tours and appearances include Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, 1969, and Welcome Home, Washington, DC, 1987. Numerous tours, with Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Willie Nelson, as part of country band, the Highwaymen. Appeared in England as folk singer under the name Kris Carson. RECORDINGS Videos: A Celebration, DID Productions, 1981. Albums: Kristofferson, Monument, 1970. Me & Bobby McGee, Monument, 1971. The Silver–Tongued Devil and I, Monument, 1971. Jesus Was a Capricorn, Monument, 1972. Border Lord, One Way, 1972. Full Moon, A&M, 1973. (With Rita Coolidge) Breakaway, Monument/Sony, 1974. Spooky Lady’s Sideshow, One Way, 1974. Who’s to Bless and Who’s to Blame, One Way, 1975. Third World Warrior, Mercury, 1976. Surreal Thing, One Way, 1976. The Songs of Kristofferson, Monument, 1977. A Star Is Born, Monument, 1977. (With Coolidge) Natural Act, A&M, 1978. Easter Island, Columbia, 1978. Big Sur Festival, 1978. Shake Hands with the Devil, Columbia, 1979. (With Willie Nelson) A Tribute to Willie and Kris, Columbia, 1981. To the Bone, Columbia, 1981. Winning Hand, Monument, 1983. (With Nelson) Music from Songwriter, Columbia, 1984. My Songs, CBS, 1984. (With the group The Highwaymen [with Nelson, Johnny Cash, and Waylon Jennings]) Highwayman, Columbia, 1985. Repossessed, Mercury, 1987.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 21st Annual Grammy Awards, 1979. The 22nd Annual Grammy Awards, 1980. The 18th Annual Country Music Association Awards, CBS, 1984. The 19th Annual Country Music Association Awards, CBS, 1985. The American Music Awards, ABC, 1986. Host, The 20th Annual County Music Association Awards, CBS, 1986. The 29th Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 1987. The 23rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, NBC, 1988. The 21st Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1989. Presenter, The 32nd Annual Grammy Awards, CBS, 1990. The 26th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, NBC, 1991. The 27th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, NBC, 1992. The 27th Annual Country Music Association Awards, CBS, 1993. Music City News Country Songwriters Awards, TNN, 1995. The 30th Annual CMA Awards, 1996. The 32nd Annual CMA Awards, 1998. The Kennedy Center Honors, CBS, 1998. 226

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KRISTOFFERSON Songwriter: ⬙Vietnam Blues,⬙ Buckhorn Music, 1965. ⬙For the Good Times,⬙ Buckhorn Music, 1968. (With Fred L. Foster) ⬙Me and Bobby McGee,⬙ Combine Music, 1969. ⬙Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down,⬙ Combine Music, 1969. ⬙Help Me Make It through the Night,⬙ Combine Music, 1970. ⬙Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I’ll Ever Do Again),⬙ Combine Music, 1970. (With Shel Silverstein) ⬙Once More with Feeling,⬙ Combine Music, 1970. (With Silverstein) ⬙The Taker,⬙ Evil Eye Music, 1970. ⬙Please Don’t Tell Me How the Story Ends,⬙ Combine Music, 1971. ⬙I’d Rather Be Sorry,⬙ Buckhorn Music, 1971. ⬙Why Me?,⬙ Resaca Music, 1972.

Also recorded (with Rita Coolidge) Full Moon.

Also wrote numerous other songs, including ⬙Jody and the Kid⬙ and ⬙When I Loved Her⬙; and with wife, Rita Coolidge, ⬙From the Bottle to the Bottom,⬙ ⬙Lover Please,⬙ and ⬙Loving Arms.⬙

WRITINGS Film Songwriter: Songwriter, TriStar, 1984. Cheatin’ Hearts, Trimark Pictures, 1993.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Baker’s Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, Schirmer, 2001. Contemporary Musicians, Volume 4, Gale Research, 1990. Kalet, Beth, Kris Kristofferson, Quick Fox, 1979.

Kristofferson’s songs have appeared in numerous films, including The Last Movie (also known as Chinchero), Cisco Pike, Two–Lane Blacktop, Clay Pigeon (also known as Trip to Kill), Fat City, The Gospel Road, Blume in Love, Janis, The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea, Saint Jack, Honeysuckle Rose, One–Trick Pony, Beyond Reasonable Doubt, Traveler, Maeve, Trouble in Mind, Something Wild, Mascara, Walking after Midnight, The War at Home, and U–Turn.

Periodicals: Billboard, April 20, 1996, p. 50. Entertainment Weekly, September 25, 1998, p. 68. Interview, September, 1998, p. 124. People Weekly, September 21, 1998, p. 103. Texas Monthly, March, 1997, p. 126.

Television Specials: Just Friends, 1970.

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LANSBURY Title role, Mame, Gershwin Theatre, New York City, 1983. The Players Club Centennial Salute, Shubert Theatre, 1989. Major Tours: Mrs. Lovett, Sweeney Todd, U.S. cities, 1980. Film Appearances: (Film debut) Nancy Oliver, Gaslight (also known as The Murder in Thornton Square), Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1944. Edwina Brown, National Velvet, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1944. Sybil Vane, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1945. Dusty Millard, The Hoodlum Saint, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1946. Guest performer, Till the Clouds Roll By, Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1946. Em, The Harvey Girls, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1946. Mabel Sabre, If Winter Comes, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1947. Clotilde de Marelle, The Private Affairs of Bel Ami (also known as Women of Paris), United Artists, 1947. Kay Thorndyke, State of the Union (also known as The World and His Wife), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1948. Susan Bratten, Tenth Avenue Angel, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1948. Queen Anne, The Three Musketeers, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1948. Audrey Quail, The Red Danube, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1949. Semador, Samson and Delilah, Paramount, 1949. Mrs. Edwards, Kind Lady, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1951. Leslie, Mutiny, United Artists, 1952. Valeska Chauvel, Remains to Be Seen, Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1953. Doris Hillman, Key Man (also known as A Life at Stake), Anglo–Amalgamated, 1954. Tally Dickinson, A Lawless Street (also known as Marshal of Medicine Bend), Columbia, 1955. Madame Valentine, The Purple Mask, Universal, 1955. Princess Gwendolyn, The Court Jester, Paramount, 1956. Myra Leeds, Please Murder Me, Distributors Corporation of America, 1956. Minnie Littlejohn, The Long, Hot Summer, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1958. Mabel Claremont, The Reluctant Debutante, Metro– Goldwyn–Mayer, 1958. Countess Lina, A Breath of Scandal, Paramount, 1960. Mavis Pruitt, The Dark at the Top of the Stairs, Warner Bros., 1960. Sarah Lee Gates, Blue Hawaii, Paramount, 1961.

CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Broadway debut) Marcelle, Hotel Paradiso, Henry Miller’s Theatre, 1957. Helen, A Taste of Honey, Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1960. Cora Hoover Hooper, Anyone Can Whistle, Majestic Theatre, New York City, 1964. Title role, Mame, Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, 1966. Countess Aurelia, Dear World, Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, 1969. Prettybelle Sweet, Prettybelle, Shubert Theatre, Boston, MA, 1971. Title role, Mame, Westbury Music Fair, Long Island, NY, 1972. (London debut) Mistress, All Over, Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre, 1972. Ensemble, Sondheim: A Musical Tribute (revue), Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1973. Mama Rose, Gypsy, Piccadilly Theatre, London, 1973, then Shubert Theatre, Los Angeles, then Winter Garden Theatre, both 1974. Gertrude, Hamlet, National Theatre Company, Old Vic Theatre, London, 1975, then Lyttleton Theatre, London, 1976. Counting the Ways, Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT, 1976–1977. Listening, Hartford Stage Company, 1976–1977. Anna, The King and I, Uris Theatre, New York City, 1978. Mrs. Lovett, Sweeney Todd, Uris Theatre, 1979. A Little Family Business, Center Theatre Group, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, then Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, both 1982. 229

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(Uncredited) Voice of herself, About Schmidt, New Line Cinema, 2002. Herself, Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There (also known as Broadway: The Golden Age), 2003. Television Appearances; Series: Herself, Pantomime Quiz (also known as Mike Stokey’s Pantomime Quiz and Stump the Stars), 1947. Regular, Star Time Playhouse, 1955. Jessica Beatrice Fletcher, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1984–1996. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, Little Gloria ... Happy at Last, NBC, 1982. Aunt Hortense Boutin, Lace, ABC, 1984. Alice Garrett, The First Olympics—Athens, 1896 (also known as The First Modern Olympics), NBC, 1984. Marchesa Allabrandi, Rage of Angels: The Story Continues, NBC, 1986. Television Appearances; Movies: Amanda Fenwick, The Gift of Love: A Christmas Story, CBS, 1983. Ann Royce McClain, A Talent for Murder, Showtime, 1984. Jessica Fletcher, The Murder of Sherlock Holmes, 1984. Nan Moore, Shootdown, NBC, 1988. Penelope Keeling, The Shell Seekers, 1989. Agatha McGee, The Love She Sought (also known as Last Chance for Romance and A Green Journey), NBC, 1990. Title role, Mrs. ’arris Goes to Paris, CBS, 1992. Title role, Mrs. Santa Claus, CBS, 1996. Jessica Fletcher, Murder, She Wrote: South by Southwest, CBS, 1997. Emily Pollifax, The Unexpected Mrs. Pollifax, CBS, 1999. Jessica Fletcher, Murder, She Wrote: A Story to Die For, CBS, 2000. Jessica Fletcher and Sarah McCullough, Murder, She Wrote: The Last Free Man, CBS, 2001. Jessica Fletcher, Murder, She Wrote: The Celtic Riddle, CBS, 2003. Television Appearances; Specials: The Perry Como Christmas Show, NBC, 1964. The Perry Como Thanksgiving Show, NBC, 1966. Voice of Sister Theresa, The Story of the First Christmas Snow (animated; also known as The First Christmas), NBC, 1975. Host, The Making of ⬙The Wizard of Oz,⬙ 1979. Ringmaster, Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1980. Mrs. Lovett, Sweeney Todd (also known as Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street), 1982. The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1985. 230

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LANSBURY Herself, Elizabeth Taylor: England’s Other Elizabeth, PBS, 2000. Herself, Mormon Tabernacle Choir Presents the Joy of Christmas with Angela Landsbury, 2002. Herself, AFI’s 100 Years ... 100 Heroes & Villains (also known as AFI’s 100 Years, 100 Heroes & Villains: America’s Greatest Screen Characters), CBS, 2003. Interviewee, Intimate Portrait: Bea Arthur, Lifetime, 2003. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Host, The 22nd Annual Tony Awards, 1968. The 23rd Annual Tony Awards, 1969. Herself, The 35th Annual Tony Awards, 1981. The 37th Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards, 1985. The 39th Annual Emmy Awards, 1987. The 1987 Antoinette Perry Awards, 1987. Host, The 41st Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1987. Host, The 42nd Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1988. The 14th Annual People’s Choice Awards, CBS, 1988. Host, The 43rd Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1989. The 41st Annual Emmy Awards, Fox, 1989. The 42nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Presentation, Fox, 1990. The 43rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Presentation, Fox, 1991. The 64th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1992. The 44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Fox, 1992. The 18th Annual People’s Choice Awards, CBS, 1992. The 65th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1993. The 19th Annual People’s Choice Awards, CBS, 1993. Host, The 45th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, ABC, 1993. The 46th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, ABC, 1994. The 20th Annual People’s Choice Awards, CBS, 1994. The 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Fox, 1995. Honoree, The Screen Actors Guild Awards, NBC, 1997. Presenter, The 52nd Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1998. Presenter, The 53rd Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1999. Television Appearances; Pilots: Detective, Scene of the Crime, NBC, 1984. Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙The Citadel,⬙ Robert Montgomery Presents Your Lucky Strike Theatre, NBC, 1950. Leslie, ⬙The Wonderful Night,⬙ The Lux Video Theater, CBS, 1950. Lucy Landor, ⬙Operation Weekend,⬙ The Lux Video Theater, CBS, 1952. Tina Rafferty, ⬙Stone’s Throw,⬙ The Lux Video Theater, CBS, 1952. ⬙Cakes and Ale,⬙ Robert Montgomery Presents Your Lucky Strike Theatre, NBC, 1953. Joan Dexter, ⬙Dreams Never Lie,⬙ Revlon Mirror Theater, CBS, 1953.

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Art of Film, NET; Studio One, CBS; Kraft Theatre; Pantomime Quiz; as Deborah, ⬙Deborah,⬙ Undercurrent. Television Work: Executive producer, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1992–1996. RECORDINGS Videos: Angela Lansbury’s Positive Moves: A Personal Plan for Fitness and Well–Being at Any Age, 1988. Albums: Anyone Can Whistle (original cast recording), CBS Special Products, 1964. Mame (original cast recording), Columbia, 1966. Dear World (original cast recording), CBS Special Products, 1969. Sweeney Todd (original cast recording), RCA, 1979. Also recorded The Beggar’s Opera, 1982. WRITINGS Books: Author of (with Mimi Avins) Angela Lansbury’s Positive Moves: My Personal Plan for Fitness and Well–Being; Wedding Speeches and Toasts; Unforgettable British Weekends—A Guide to Unusual & Celebration Holidays; See Scotland at Work: A Guide to Factories and Craft Workshops Open to Visitors. OTHER SOURCES Books: Gottfried, Martin, Balancing Act: The Authorized Biography of Angela Lansbury, Little, Brown, 1999. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 3: Actors and Actresses, St. James Press, 1996. Periodicals: Variety, July 24, 2000, p. 28.

LASKIN, Michael PERSONAL Married; wife’s name, Emily.

Also appeared in The Danny Kaye Show, CBS; Alcoa Preview, ABC; The Merv Griffin Show, syndicated; The Today Show, NBC; Suspense Theatre, syndicated; The

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LASKIN First radio executive, Winchell, HBO, 1998. Radio announcer, Introducing Dorothy Dandridge, HBO, 1999.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Miniseries: Bart Finch, A Death in California (also known as Psychopath), ABC, 1985. Larry Thompson, From the Earth to the Moon, HBO, 1998.

Film Appearances: Voice of Alfred Hitchcock, Norman Nurdelpick’s Suspension: A Tribute to Alfred Hitchcock, 1973. David, The Personals, New World Pictures, 1982. Government prosecutor, Perfect, Columbia, 1985. Commercial director, Maxie (also known as Free Spirit), Orion, 1985. Marty Fiore, Nights in White Satin, 1987. Israeli colonel, The Seventh Sign, TriStar, 1988. Austrian, Eight Men Out, Orion, 1988. Irv, The Grifters, Miramax, 1990. Concierge, Other People’s Money, Warner Bros., 1991. Mwlvin Fishbine, I Don’t Buy Kisses Anymore, Skouras Pictures, 1992. Redwood Vance, Passion Fish, Miramax, 1992. Simon Lambert, Iron Will, Buena Vista, 1994. Surgeon, Angie, Buena Vista, 1994. Arthur Kahn, Disclosure, Warner Bros., 1994. Sackin’s father, Three Wishes, Savoy Pictures, 1995. IBS director, Up Close & Personal, Buena Vista, 1996 Rackman, The Disappearance of Kevin Johnson, 1996. Purser, Out to Sea, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1997. Albright, Limbo, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1999. Frank Steadman, Bounce, Miramax, 2000. Dying on the Edge, 2001.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Henry Thorton, Ally McBeal, Fox, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Bill Dodge, A Question about Sex, ABC, 1990. Television Appearances; Episodic: Frank Demora, ⬙The Wrong Stuff,⬙ Simon & Simon, CBS, 1984. Dr. Starke, ⬙Hello, Goodbye,⬙ St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1984. ⬙Of Cats, Crashes, and Creeps,⬙ Trapper John, M.D., CBS, 1984. ⬙Battle Lines,⬙ Dallas, CBS, 1984. Alan, ⬙Whispers in the Wings,⬙ Hart to Hart, 1984. GI Scot, ⬙The Brightest Star,⬙ Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1985. Reporter Stu Benson, ⬙Identities,⬙ Hotel, ABC, 1985. Detective Childer, ⬙The Longest Day,⬙ Knots Landing, CBS, 1985. Lieutenant Childers, ⬙The Long and Winding Road,⬙ Knots Landing, CBS, 1985. ⬙Fox in 3/4 Time,⬙ Crazy Like a Fox, CBS, 1985. ⬙Fox and the Wolf,⬙ Crazy Like a Fox, CBS, 1986. ⬙Big Man on Mulberry Street,⬙ Moonlighting, ABC, 1986. ⬙A Point of View,⬙ Our House, NBC, 1987. ⬙School’s Out,⬙ 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1988. Judge Mark London, ⬙The Son Also Rises,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1988. ⬙Coach of the Year,⬙ 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1988. Judge Mark London, ⬙I’m in the Nude for Love,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1989. ⬙What about Love?,⬙ 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1989. Assistant District Attorney, ⬙The Black Widow,⬙ Matlock, NBC, 1989. ⬙Fathers and Sons,⬙ 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1989. ⬙Doogie the Red–Nosed Reindeer,⬙ Doogie Howser M.D., ABC, 1989. Doctor, ⬙Flesh and Blood,⬙ Falcon Crest, 1989. Judge Mark London, ⬙The Last Gasp,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1990. ⬙Bull Day Afternoon,⬙ 1st & Ten, HBO, 1990. Dave, ⬙Wayne Man,⬙ Perfect Strangers, ABC, 1992. Attorney Kornblum, ⬙Echoes in the Dark,⬙ Bodies of Evidence, CBS, 1992. Rabbi Chasan, ⬙A Promise Kept,⬙ Sisters, NBC, 1992.

Television Appearances; Series: Doctor, Rituals, syndicated, 1985. Television Appearances; Movies: Assistant, It Came upon the Midnight Clear, syndicated, 1984. Man at park, Kids Don’t Tell, CBS, 1985. Art dealer, Promises to Keep, CBS, 1985. Ray, Long Time Gone, ABC, 1986. Associate producer, Dead Solid Perfect, HBO, 1988. Dr. Hatch, Nightbreaker (also known as Advance to Ground Zero), TNT, 1989. The pediatrician, Once in a Lifetime (also known as Danielle Steel’s ⬙Once in a Lifetime⬙), NBC, 1994. Plastic surgeon, Attack of the 5 Ft. 2 Women (also known as National Lampoon’s Attack of the 5 Ft. 2 Woman), Showtime, 1994. Sidney Skolsky, Norma Jean & Marilyn (also known as Norma Jean and Marilyn), 1996. Dr. Klein, The Man Who Captured Eichmann (also known as El hombre que capturo a Eichmann), TNT, 1996. Undermeyer, Project: ALF, ABC, 1996. Lipshultz, Poodle Springs, HBO, 1998. 233

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Rabbi Chasan, ⬙Teach Your Children Well,⬙ Sisters, NBC, 1992. Frederick Converse, ⬙Up on the Roof,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 1994. ⬙The Trial of Reno Raines,⬙ Renegade, USA Network and syndicated, 1994. ⬙You Can’t Always Get What You Want,⬙ Dave’s World, CBS, 1994. Bart Crowley, ⬙Time Share,⬙ Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1994. Ryan Garvey, ⬙Love and Death 101,⬙ Melrose Place, Fox, 1995. Lawyer Ⲇ2, ⬙Murphy’s Law,⬙ Murphy Brown, CBS, 1995. Tim Keenan, ⬙Chapter Eight,⬙ Murder One, ABC, 1995. ⬙Masquerade,⬙ High Incident, ABC, 1996. Minkler, ⬙The Millennium,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1997. ⬙One Wedding and a Funeral,⬙ Total Security, ABC, 1997. ⬙Gay Avec,⬙ Brooklyn South, CBS, 1998. Professor Hannibal, Bailey’s professor, ⬙I Give Up,⬙ Party of Five, Fox, 1998. Network executive, ⬙Religion,⬙ Tracey Takes On ... , HBO, 1998. Phil Martins, ⬙Caretakers,⬙ Pacific Blue, USA Network, 1998. ⬙Near Death Experience,⬙ Judging Amy, CBS, 1999. ⬙Cell Phone,⬙ Hollywood Off–Ramp, E! Entertainment Television, 2000.

Awards, Honors: Achievement Award, animation, Student Academy Awards, California Institute of the Arts, 1979, for Lady & the Lamp; Academy Award nomination (with William Reeves), best animated short film, 1986, Silver Berlin Bear (with Reeves), best short film, Berlin International Film Festival, World Animation Celebration winner (with Reeves), computer assisted animation, 1987, all for Luxo, Jr.; Golden Nica Award, Prix Ars Electronica, Austrian Broadcasting Corporation, 1988; Academy Award, best short animated film, 1989, for Tin Toy; Golden Space Needle Award, best short film, Seattle International Film Festival, 1990, for Knick Knack; Special Award, outstanding achievement, ShoWest Convention, 1996; Special Achievement Award, Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, Academy Award nomination, best writing, screenplay written directly for the screen, Annie Award, best individual achievement: directing, 1996, all for Toy Story; Special Award, outstanding achievement, ShoWest Convention, 1996; Humanitarian Award, ShoWest Convention, 1997; Annie Award nominations (with others), outstanding individual achievement for directing in an animated feature production and outstanding individual achievement for writing in an animated feature production, 1999, both for A Bug’s Life; Online Film Critics Association Award nomination (with Peter Docter), best screenplay— original, Annie Awards (with others), outstanding individual achievement for directing in an animated feature production and outstanding individual achievement for writing in an animated feature production, 2000, all for Toy Story 2; First Prize (with others), animated computer 3D short, Vancouver Effects and Animation Festival, 2001, for For the Birds; Vanguard Award (with Ed Catmull and Steve Jobs), PGA Golden Laurel Awards, 2002; DVD Premiere Award nomination (with others), best audio commentary—new release, 2003, for Monsters, Inc.

Also appeared as voice, ⬙Let’s Get Respectable,⬙ Darkwing Duck (animated), ABC and syndicated; voices of Gorg and Junior, Fraggle Rock (animated); Owen Snider, Civil Wars; in Scene of the Crime, NBC; J. J. Starbuck, NBC. Stage Appearances: Basement Tapes, Top of the Gate, New York City, 1983.

CREDITS LASSETER, John 1957–

Film Work: Creative collaborator, Mickey’s Christmas Carol (animated), Buena Vista, 1983. Director, character designer, models: Andre/Wally, and animator, The Adventures of Andre and Wally B., 1984. Computer animator, Young Sherlock Holmes (also known as Pyramid of Fear), Paramount, 1985. Producer, director, model designer, and animator, Luxo, Jr. (animated short), 1986. Director, model designer, and animator, Red’s Dream, 1987. Animator, The Brave Little Toaster (animated), 1987. Director, model designer, and animator, Tin Toy (animated short film), 1988. Director, Knick Knack (short film), Twentieth Century– Fox, 1989.

PERSONAL Born January 12, 1957, in Hollywood, CA; mother was an art teacher; married Nancy; children: Joey, Bennett, P. J., Sam. Education: California Institute of the Arts, B.A., animation, 1979. Addresses: Office—Pixar Animation Studios, 1001 West Cutting Blvd., Richmond, CA 94804–2028. Career: Animator, producer, screenwriter, and director. Disney, animator, 1979–83; Pixar, animator, then executive vice president—creative, 1984—. 234

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LEIGH WRITINGS Film Screenplays: Luxo, Jr. (animated short film), 1986. Red’s Dream, 1987. Tin Toy (animated short film), 1988. Knick Knack (short film), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1989. Film Stories: Toy Story (animated), Buena Vista, 1995. A Bug’s Life (animated; also known as Bugs), Buena Vista, 1998. Toy Story (animated), Buena Vista, 1999. Books: (With Steve Daly) Toy Story: The Art and Making of the Animated Film, 1996. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, December 8, 1995, p. 26. Forbes, December 1, 1997, p. S130. Time, December 14, 1998, p. 100.

Also worked on Lady & the Lamp. Film Appearances: Computer Illusions (animated), 1997. Voice of director, grasshopper in bar, and bug attracted to light, A Bug’s Life (animated; also known as Bugs), Buena Vista, 1998. Himself, The Hand behind the Mouse: The Ub Iwerks Story, Buena Vista, 1999. Himself, The Making of ⬙Tron,⬙ Walt Disney, 2002. Himself, The Art of ⬙Spirited Away,⬙ Buena Vista Home Video, 2003.

LEIGH, Mike 1943– PERSONAL Born February 20, 1943, in Salford, Lancashire, England; son of Alfred Abraham (a doctor) and Phyllis Pauline (maiden name, Cousin) Leigh; married Alison Steadman (an actress), September 15, 1973 (divorced, 2001); children: Toby, Leo. Education: Attended Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, 1960–62, Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts, 1963–64, London School of Film Technique, 1963–64, and Central School of Art and Design, 1964–65.

Television Appearances; Specials: Himself, The Beatles Revolution, ABC, 2000. Himself, Walt: The Man Behind the Myth, ABC, 2001. Tim Burton: Trick or Treat, Arts and Entertainment, 2001. The Inside Reel: Digital Filmmaking, PBS, 2001. Disney’s California Adventure Special, The Disney Channel, 2001.

Addresses: Agent—Peters Fraser & Dunlop, The Chambers, 34–43 Russell Street, London WC2B 5HA, England. Contact—c/o Thin Man Films Limited, 9 Creek Street, Soho, London W1D 4DQ, England.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, ⬙Chuck Jones: Extremes and In–Betweens, a Life in Animation,⬙ Great Performances, PBS, 2000.

Career: Director and writer. Dramagraph (production company), London, England, cofounder, 1965; Midlands Art Centre for Young People, Birmingham, England, associate director, 1965–66; Victoria Theatre, Stoke–on–Trent, England, actor, 1966; Royal Shakespeare Company, assistant director, 1967–68; De La Salle College, lecturer, 1968–69; Sedgely Park College,

Television Work; Episodic: Contributor of film, Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes, NBC, 1991. 235

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Manchester, England, lecturer, 1968–69; London Film School, London, lecturer, 1970–73; Imagine Productions, cofounder, 1982; Thin Man Films, principal. Arts Council of Great Britain, member of Drama Panel, 1975–77, member of Director’s Working Party and Specialist Allocation Board, 1976– 87; National Council for Drama Training, member of Accreditation Panel, 1978—; Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA), member of general advisory council, 1980–82. Appeared in television commercials for McDonald’s in the U.K., 1994.

nomination, best screenplay written directly for the screen, Directors Guild of America Award nomination, outstanding directorial achievement, Critics Award, best foreign film, French Syndicate of Cinema Critics, Golden Satellite Award nomination, best director of a motion picture, Goya Award, best European film, Guild Film Award–Silver, foreign film, Guild of German Art House Cinemas, Humanitas Prize, feature film category, Silver Ribbon, best director, Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists, ALFS Award, British director of the year, London Critics Circle Film Awards, 1997, Silver Condor Award, best foreign film, Argentinian Film Critics Association Awards, 1998, all for Secrets & Lies; Golden Spike Award nomination, Valladolid International Film Festival, Silver Spike and Youth Jury Award– Special Mention, Vallodolid International Film Festival, 1997, for Career Girls; officer, Ordre des Arts et Lettres, 1998; Special Award (with Dick Pope), best duo: director–cinematographer, Camerimage, 1999; Dilys Powell Award, London Critics Circle Film Awards, 2000; Golden Lion Award nomination, Venice Film Festival, 1999, Academy Award nomination, best writing, Alexander Korda Award nomination, best British Film, and Film Award, best screenplay, both British Academy of Film and Television Arts, British Independent Film Award nomination, best director, Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, best screenplay, Independent Spirit Award nomination, best foreign film, 2000, Evening Standard New York Film Critics Circle Award, best director, 1999, Panorama Jury Award, Sarajevo Film Festival, National Society of Film Critics Award, best director, 2000, ALFS Award nominations, British director of the year and British screenwriter of the year, London Critics Circle Film Awards, 2001, all for Topsy–Turvy; Dilys Powell Award, London Critics Circle Film Awards, 2001; Golden Palm Award nomination, Cannes Film Festival, European Film Award nomination, best director, 2002, Golden Satellite Award nomination, best screenplay, 2003, all for All or Nothing.

Awards, Honors: Golden Leopard Award, best film, Locarno International Film Festival, and Golden Hugo Award, Chicago Film Festival, both 1972, for Bleak Moments; George Devine Award, 1973; Evening Standard Award, and London Critics Choice Award, best comedy, 1981, both for Goose–Pimples; Evening Standard Award, 1982; People’s Prize, Berlin Film Festival, 1984, for Meantime; Film Award nomination, best short film, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1988, for The Short and Curlies; FIPRESCI Award, Venice Film Festival, Critics Award, Venice Film Festival, 1988, Stars de Demain Coup de Coeur, and Peter Sellers Comedy Award, Evening Standard, 1989, all for High Hopes; honorary M.A. degree, University of Salford, 1991; Independent Spirit Award nomination and Bodil Festival Award, best foreign film, 1992, both for Life Is Sweet; decorated Officer, Order of the British Empire, 1993; Film Award nomination (with Simon Channing– Williams), best short film, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1993, for ⬙A Sense of History,⬙ Two Mikes Don’t Make a Wright; Cannes Film Festival Award, best director, Audience Award, international competition, Clermont–Ferrand International Short Film Festival, Golden Palm Award nomination, Cannes Film Festival, Metro Media Award, Toronto International Film Festival, 1993, Alexander Korda Award nomination, best British film, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Independent Spirit Award nomination, best foreign film, 1994, all for Naked; Michael Balcon Award, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1996; Lifetime Achievement Award, Empire Awards, 1996; Golden Palm Award and Prize of the Ecumenical Jury, both Cannes Film Festival, European Film Award nomination, best film, Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, best director, Boston Society of Film Critics Award, best director, 1996, Academy Award nominations, best director and best writing—screenplay written directly for the screen, Alexander Korda Award (with Channing–Williams), best British film, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Film Award, best screenplay—original, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Film Award nominations, best film (with Channing–Williams) and David Lean Award for Direction, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Cesar Award nomination, best foreign film, Independent Spirit Award, best foreign film, Humanitas Prize, feature film category, Writers Guild of America Screen Award

CREDITS Film Director: Bleak Moments (also known as Loving Moments), Contemporary, 1972. Four Days in July, BBC, 1984. High Hopes, Skouras, 1989. Life Is Sweet, October Films, 1991. ⬙A Sense of History,⬙ Two Mikes Don’t Make a Wright, October Films, 1992. Mike Leigh’s Naked (also known as Naked), Fine Line, 1993. Secrets & Lies (also known as Secrets et mensonges), October Films, 1996. Career Girls, October Films, 1997. Topsy–Turvy, October Films, 1999. All or Nothing, United Artists, 2002. Cinema 16, Momac, 2003. 236

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LEIGH Who’s Who (also known as Play for Today: Who’s Who), BBC, 1978. Grown–Ups (also known as BBC2 Playhouse: Grown– Ups), BBC, 1980. Home Sweet Home (also known as Play for Today: Home Sweet Home), BBC, 1981. Meantime, BBC, 1983. The Short and Curlies, BBC, 1987. A Sense of History, Channel 4, 1992.

Stage Director: (And set designer) Little Malcolm and His Struggle against the Eunuchs, Unity Theatre, London, 1965. The Box Play, Midlands Art Centre Theatre, Birmingham, England, 1965. My Parents Have Gone to Carlisle, Midlands Art Centre Theatre, 1966. The Last Crusade of the Five Little Nuns, Midlands Art Centre Theatre, 1966. NENAA, Royal Shakespeare Company, Studio Theatre, Stratford–upon–Avon, England, 1967. The Knack, Royal Shakespeare Company, Theatregoround, 1967. Individual Fruit Pies, East–15 Acting School, London, 1968. Down Here and Up There, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1968. Big Basil, Manchester Youth Theatre, Manchester, England, 1968. Epilogue, Sedgely Park and De La Salle Colleges, Manchester, 1969. Glum Victoria and the Lad with Specs, Manchester Youth Theatre, 1969. Bleak Moments, Open Space Theatre, London, 1970. The Life of Galileo, Bermuda Arts Festival, 1970. A Rancid Pong, Basement Theatre, London, 1971. Wholesome Glory, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, 1973. Dick Whittington and His Cat, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, 1973. The Jaws of Death, Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1973. The Silent Majority, Bush Theatre, London, 1974. Babies Grow Old, Royal Shakespeare Company, The Other Place, London, 1974. Abigail’s Party, Hampstead Theatre Club, London, 1977. Ecstasy, Hampstead Theatre Club, 1979. Goose–Pimples, Hampstead Theatre Club, then Garrick Theatre, London, both 1981. Smelling a Rat, Hampstead Theatre Club, 1988. Greek Tragedy, Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, then Theatre Royal, Stratford–upon–Avon, later Sydney, Australia, all 1990. It’s a Great Big Shame!, Theatre Royal, Stratford East, London, 1993.

Television Director; Specials: A Mug’s Game, 1973. The Permissive Society, BBC, 1975. Knock for Knock, BBC, 1976. Television Director; Episodic: ⬙The Birth of the 2001 F.A. Cup Final Goalie,⬙ Five Minute Plays, 1982. ⬙Old Chums,⬙ Five Minute Plays, 1982. ⬙Probation,⬙ Five Minute Plays, 1982. ⬙A Light Snack,⬙ Five Minute Plays, 1982. ⬙Afternoon,⬙ Five Minute Plays, 1982. Directed episodes of The Wednesday Play. Television Appearances; Specials: Inside the Academy Awards, TNT, 1997. The Inside Reel: Digital Filmmaking, PBS, 2001. Television Appearances; Episodic: Conversations in World Cinema, Sundance Channel, 2000. Breakfast, BBC, 2002. Radio Director: Director of the radio play Too Much of a Good Thing, banned from release, 1979. WRITINGS Screenplays: Bleak Moments (also known as Loving Moments; from the play by Leigh), Contemporary, 1972. Four Days in July, BBC, 1984. High Hopes, Skouras, 1989. Life Is Sweet, October Films, 1991. Mike Leigh’s Naked (also known as Naked), Fine Line Features, 1993. Secrets & Lies (also known as Secrets et mensonges), October Films, 1996. Career Girls, October Films, 1997. Topsy–Turvy, October Films, 1999. All or Nothing, United Artists, 2002.

Television Director; Movies: Hard Labour (also known as Play for Today: Hard Labour), BBC, 1973. Nuts in May (also known as Play for Today: Nuts in May), BBC, 1976. Kiss of Death (also known as Play for Today: Kiss of Death), BBC, 1977. Abigail’s Party (also known as Play for Today: Abigail’s Party), BBC, 1977. 237

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Stage Plays: The Box Play, produced at Midlands Art Centre Theatre, Birmingham, England, 1965. My Parents Have Gone to Carlisle, produced at Midlands Art Centre Theatre, 1966. The Last Crusade of the Five Little Nuns, produced at Midlands Art Centre Theatre, 1966. Waste Paper Guards, produced in Birmingham, 1966. NENAA, produced by Royal Shakespeare Company, Studio Theatre, Stratford–upon–Avon, England, 1967. Individual Fruit Pies, produced at East–15 Acting School, Loughton, England, 1968. Down Here and Up There, produced at Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1968. Big Basil, produced at Manchester Youth Theatre, Manchester, England, 1968. Epilogue, produced at Sedgely Park and De La Salle Colleges, Manchester, 1969. Glum Victoria and the Lad with Specs, produced at Manchester Youth Theatre, 1969. Bleak Moments, produced at Open Space Theatre, London, 1970. A Rancid Pong, produced at Basement Theatre, London, 1971. Wholesome Glory, produced at Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, 1973. Dick Whittington and His Cat, produced at Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, 1973. The Jaws of Death, produced at Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, 1973. The Silent Majority, produced at Bush Theatre, London, 1974. Babies Grow Old, produced by Royal Shakespeare Company, The Other Place, Stratford–upon–Avon, 1974. Abigail’s Party, produced at Hampstead Theatre Club, London, 1977, published by Samuel French, 1979, published with Goose–Pimples, Penguin, 1983. Ecstasy, produced at Hampstead Theatre Club, 1979, published with Smelling a Rat, Nick Hern Books, 1989. Goose–Pimples, produced at Hampstead Theatre Club, then Garrick Theatre, London, both 1981, published by Samuel French, 1982, published with Abigail’s Party, Penguin, 1983. Smelling a Rat, produced at Hampstead Theatre Club, 1988, published with Ecstacy, Nick Hern Books, 1989. Greek Tragedy, produced at Edinburgh Festival, then Theatre Royal, later Sydney, Australia, all 1990. It’s a Great Big Shame!, produced at Theatre Royal, Stratford East, London, 1993.

Kiss of Death (also known as Play for Today: Kiss of Death), BBC, 1977. Abigail’s Party (also known as Play for Today: Abigail’s Party), BBC, 1977. Who’s Who (also known as Play for Today: Who’s Who), BBC, 1978. Grown–Ups (also known as BBC2 Playhouse: Grown– Ups), BBC, 1980. Home Sweet Home (also known as Play for Today: Home Sweet Home), BBC, 1981. Meantime, BBC, 1983. The Short and Curlies, BBC, 1987. Television Specials: A Mug’s Game, 1973. The Permissive Society, BBC, 1975. Knock for Knock, BBC, 1976. Television Episodes: ⬙The Birth of the 2001 F.A. Cup Final Goalie,⬙ Five Minute Plays, 1982. ⬙Old Chums,⬙ Five Minute Plays, 1982. ⬙Probation,⬙ Five Minute Plays, 1982. ⬙A Light Snack,⬙ Five Minute Plays, 1982. ⬙Afternoon,⬙ Five Minute Plays, 1982. Radio Plays: Too Much of a Good Thing, banned from release, 1979. OTHER SOURCES Books: Carney, Raymond, and Leonard Quart, The Films of Mike Leigh: Embracing the World, Cambridge University Press, 2000. Clements, Paul, The Improvised Play: The Work of Mike Leigh, Methuen, 1983. Coveney, Michael, The World According to Mike Leigh, HarperCollins, 1996. International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Volume 2: Directors, St. James Press, 1996. Mike Leigh, Interviews, University Press of Mississippi, 2000. Periodicals: Cineaste, fall, 1996, p. 53. Empire, 1993, pp. 54–56; October, 1997, pp. 156–160. Los Angeles Times, March 9, 1989. New Statesman and Society, April 23, 1993, p. 26. New York Times, February 19, 1989. Premiere, 1996, pp. 83–84. The Times, February 19, 2000, pp. 28–29, 31–32. Time, September 30, 1996, p. 66. Washington Post, April 7, 1989.

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LETSCHER Ensign April Anaya, ⬙The Nth Degree,⬙ Star Trek: The Next Generation, syndicated, 1991. Cam Noi, ⬙100 Klicks Out,⬙ China Beach, ABC, 1991. Tiffany, ⬙Paper Tigers,⬙ Growing Pains, ABC, 1991. Nurse, ⬙More Than Friends,⬙ Life Goes On, ABC, 1992. ⬙The Boss,⬙ Deadly Games, UPN, 1995. ⬙Killshot,⬙ Deadly Games, UPN, 1995. Captain Lishi, ⬙The Prisoner,⬙ JAG, NBC, 1996. Voice of Choi Li, ⬙Assault on Questworld,⬙ The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest (animated), TNT, 1996. Gloria, ⬙A Hole in the Heart,⬙ ER, NBC, 1998. Gloria, ⬙Nobody Doesn’t Like Amanda Lee,⬙ ER, NBC, 1999. ⬙Competition,⬙ Godzilla: The Series, 1999. Gail, ⬙Falling from Grace,⬙ Get Real, Fox, 2000. Juror, ⬙Twelve Angry People,⬙ 7th Heaven, The WB, 2000. ⬙James and the Giant Piece,⬙ Felicity, The WB, 2000. Mrs. Wortman, ⬙Bad Girl McGuire,⬙ Lizzie McGuire, The Disney Channel, 2001. Erin, ⬙Quo Vadis?,⬙ ER, NBC, 2001. Pauline, Mathis’ receptionist, ⬙The Return of Joey Heric,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 2002. Assistant District Attorney, ⬙Ye Olde Freedom Inn,⬙ Judging Amy, CBS, 2003. Ms. Vanderpool, ⬙The Big Ruckus,⬙ L.A. Dragnet, ABC, 2003.

LEONG, Page (Paige Leongng) PERSONAL Partner of Shishir Kurup (an actor, writer, director, and composer). Education: University of California, Los Angeles, master’s degree, dance. Career: Actress, choreographer, and director. Cornerstone Theater Company, member of ensemble; Raven Group (performance partnership), codirector; previously worked as a dancer and toured with dance companies. Awards, Honors: Theatre L.A. Ovation Award nomination (with others), world premiere play, 2002, for Crossings: Journeys of Catholic Immigrants. CREDITS Film Appearances: Smoothtalker dancer, Body Rock, New World Pictures, 1984. Dancer, Rented Lips, Cineworld, 1988. Mai Lin, White Phantom, 1988. Spengler’s assistant, Ghostbusters II (also known as Ghostbusters 2), Columbia, 1989. (As Paige Leongng) Dancer, The Wizard of Speed and Time, Shapiro–Glickenhaus Entertainment, 1989. Mr. Park’s connection, Angel Town, Taurus Entertainment Company, 1990. Angel Lee, Another 48 Hrs., Paramount, 1990. Linda, The Want, 2001. (Uncredited) Radio voice: Orphan Annie, Pearl Harbor (also known as Pearl Harbour), Buena Vista, 2001.

Also appeared as voice, Captain Planet and the Planeteers (animated), TBS and syndicated; Ellen Gibbs, Courthouse, CBS. Stage Appearances: Broken Hearts, Cornerstone Theater Company, Los Angeles, 1999. Stage Work: Directed Assimilation, Cornerstone Theater Company, Highways Performance Space, Los Angeles.

Film Work: Choreographer, White Phantom, 1988.

Associated with Crossings: Journeys of Catholic Immigrants.

Television Appearances; Movies: Donna, A House of Secrets and Lies, CBS, 1992. Alison Leong, Majority Rule, Lifetime, 1992. Office manager, Someone She Knows, NBC, 1994. Lucy, Because Mommy Works, NBC, 1994.

LETSCHER, Matt 1970– (Matthew Letscher)

Television Appearances; Pilots: Anne Wong–Fowler, Acting Sheriff, CBS, 1991. Flight attendant, Just Deserts, ABC, 1992.

PERSONAL Born June 26, 1970, in Grosse Pointe, Michigan (some sources say Detroit, MI). Education: Graduated from the University of Michigan, 1992.

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Addresses: Agent—Metropolitan Talent Agency, 4526 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010.

Ted Kennedy, Jackie, Ethel, Joan: The Women of Camelot (also known as Jackie, Ethel, Joan: The Kennedy Woman, NBC, 2001.

Career: Actor. Appeared with the Purple Rose Theatre Company, Chelsea, MI.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Ned, ⬙Love in the Old South,⬙ Love, American Style, ABC, 1999.

Awards, Honors: Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite villain, 1999, for The Mask of Zorro.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Rick, ⬙Rush Week,⬙ Saved by the Bell: The College Years, NBC, 1993. (As Matthew Letscher) Tom Jennings, ⬙Life and Death,⬙ Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, CBS, 1994. Harley Eastlake, ⬙Head ’N’ Tail,⬙ Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1994. Daniel Pryor, ⬙The Fourteenth Floor,⬙ The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1994. Steven, ⬙The Toast,⬙ Ellen, ABC, 1994. Roger Barrows, ⬙I Know What Scares You,⬙ Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1995. Johnny Payne, ⬙Heartburned,⬙ The Watcher, 1995. John Leary, ⬙What’s Up, Chuck?,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 1999. Kevin Norris, ⬙Things Have Changed,⬙ Providence, NBC, 2002. Kevin Norris, ⬙Smoke and Mirrors,⬙ Providence, NBC, 2002. Kevin Norris, ⬙Out of Control,⬙ Providence, NBC, 2002.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Young second Maine man, Gettysburg, New Line Cinema, 1993. Voice of Eddie, Power 98, Warner Home Video, 1995. Not This Part of the World, 1995. David, The Golem (also known as The Golem of L.A.), 1995. Danny, Lovelife, Trimark Home Video, 1997. Captain Harrison Love, The Mask of Zorro, Columbia/ TriStar, 1998. John Clairborne, John John in the Sky (also known as I’ll Wave Back), Monarch Home Video, 2000. Owen Henderson, Madison, Premiere Marketing & Distribution Group, 2001. Howard Butterworth, Super Sucker, Purple Rose Films, 2002. Colonel Adelbert Ames, Gods and Generals, Warner Bros., 2003. Assistant District Attorney, Identity, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2003. Marcus, In My Sleep, 2003.

Also appeared as Bill, ⬙Things to Do in Gloucester When You Are Dead,⬙ Townies, ABC. Stage Appearances: Ray Dolenz, Proposals, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, 1997, then (Broadway debut) Broadhurst Theatre, 1997–1998. Rain Dance, Purple Rose Theater, Chelsea, MI, 2001.

Also appeared in Friends of Friends. Television Appearances; Series: Rob Paley, Almost Perfect, CBS, 1995. Will Marek, Living in Captivity, Fox, 1998. Gavin Stone, Good Morning, Miami, NBC, 2002—.

Also appeared as Antony, Julius Caesar; Orlando, As You Like It, Idaho Shakespeare Festival; Buckingham, Richard III, The Poetree Theatre; Konstantin, The Seagull, Fountain Theatre; in The Sisters, Pasadena Playhouse; The Tropical Pickle, Purple Rose Theatre.

Television Appearances; Movies: Nathan, ⬙Long Shadows,⬙ American Playhouse, PBS, 1994. Eddie, Stolen Innocence, CBS, 1995. Needlemeyer, Prehysteria! 3, HBO, 1995. Larry King, When Billie Beat Bobby, ABC, 2001. David, Count Me In, 2001. Emmett Westover, King of Texas, TNT, 2002.

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Television Appearances; Miniseries: Mike Love, The Beach Boys: An American Family, ABC, 2000.

Born July 19, 1965, in Cleveland Heights, OH; father, a lawyer and former vaudeville performer; mother, a writer; married Peter Ackerman (an actor); children: 240

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LOBL All in the Timing, Geffen Playhouse, Hartford, CT, 1998. (New York debut) Grace, Things You Shouldn’t Say Past Midnight, Promenade Theatre, 1999. Maria Fenwick, An Experiment with an Air Pump, Manhattan Theatre Company, 1999. Fuddy Meers, Minetta Lane Theatre, New York City, 2000. Miss Leighton, Once in a Lifetime, Adams Memorial Theater, Williamstown, MA, 2002. Sandy, Writer’s Block, Atlantic Theater, New York City, 2003.

Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Career: Actress. Second City, Chicago, IL, member of troupe, 1987–90; appeared in productions at Body Politic in Chicago.

Also appeared in The My House Play, Wisdom Bridge Theatre, Chicago, IL; Othello, Chicago Shakespeare Company.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Sylvia, Hero (also known as Accidental Hero), Columbia, 1992. Lisa Campos, Diabolique, Warner Bros., 1996. Nora Golden, The Rich Man’s Wife, Buena Vista, 1996. Ilsa, Scotch and Milk, 1998. Grace, The Office Party, 2000.

LOBL, Victor PERSONAL Addresses: Manager—Don Klein Management Group, 8840 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 207, Beverly Hills, CA 90211.

Television Appearances; Series: Megan Traynor, Flying Blind, Fox, 1992. Audrey Penney, Ellen (also known as These Friends of Mine), ABC, 1994–1998. Voice of Nicky, Pepper Ann (animated; also known as Disney’s Pepper Ann), ABC, 1997—. Voice of Quinn Morgendoffer, Daria (animated), MTV, 1997–2001. Rachel Tomlinson, Maggie Winters, CBS, 1998. My Big Fat Greek Life, CBS, 2003.

Career: Director and writer. CREDITS Television Director; Series: Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1995–2003. Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1999–2001.

Television Appearances; Movies: Voice of Amy Lawrence, Tom Sawyer, TNN, 2000.

Television Director; Movies: But It’s Not My Fault, ABC, 1982. Braker, ABC, 1985. The Revolt of Mother, 1986.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Wendy, Madigan Men, ABC, 2000. Television Appearances; Episodic: Lyla, Doogie Howser, M.D., ABC, 1991. Krista, ⬙Hilary Gets a Life,⬙ The Fresh Prince of Bel–Air, NBC, 1991. Franny, ⬙The One Where Monica Gets a Roommate,⬙ Friends, NBC, 1994. Glove salesman, ⬙Purseona,⬙ Mad about You, NBC, 1995. Danielle, ⬙Love Letters,⬙ Double Rush, CBS, 1995. Carol, ⬙Road Rage,⬙ Tracey Takes On ... , HBO, 1999.

Television Director; Specials: Pigeon Feathers, PBS, 1988. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine—Behind the Scenes, 1993. Television Director; Pilots: Used Cars, CBS, 1984. Ladies on Sweet Street, ABC, 1990. Television Director; Episodic: ⬙Love,⬙ Little House on the Prairie (also known as Little House: A New Beginning), NBC, 1982. ⬙Black Pearl,⬙ Tales of the Gold Monkey (also known as Tales of the Golden Monkey), ABC, 1982.

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⬙Prodigal Daughter,⬙ Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (also known as DS9, Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: DS9), 1999. ⬙Fertile Ground,⬙ Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 2000. Also directed three episodes of Eden, syndicated; episodes of The White Shadow, CBS; Trapper John, M.D., CBS; Here’s Boomer, NBC; King’s Crossing, ABC; Downtown, CBS; L.A. Law, NBC; Beauty and the Beast, CBS; Robin’s Hoods, syndicated; Heaven Help Us, syndicated; Paris, CBS; Cagney & Lacey, CBS; The Best Times, NBC; Jack and Mike, ABC; and ⬙A Day in the Life,⬙ an unaired episode of Promised Land (also known as Home of the Brave), CBS. WRITINGS Television Episodes: Wrote episodes of Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox.

LONDON, Jeremy 1972– PERSONAL Full name, Jeremy Michael London; born November 7, 1972, in San Diego, CA; son of Frank (a sheet metal worker) and Debbie (a waitress) London; twin brother of Jason London (an actor). Avocational Interests: Playing guitar and drums, skate–boarding. Addresses: Office—c/o 7th Heaven, Spelling Television, 5700 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Agent—Gersh Agency, 232 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210–5302. Manager—Andrea Pett– Joseph, Brillstein–Grey Entertainment, 9150 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 350, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist— David Lust, Patricola/Lust Public Relations, 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 530, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actor, producer, director, and writer. Primitive Entertainment, principal. Coauthor and codirector of anti–smoking public service announcements with brother Jason London, including ⬙Anniversary⬙ and ⬙Suffering.⬙ Creator of a line of skate–boarding apparel. Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award, best young actor starring in a television series, 1993, for I’ll Fly Away; Saturn Award nomination, best genre television supporting actor, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, 2000, for Journey to the Center of the Earth. 242

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LOVE Television Appearances; Miniseries: Jonas Lytton, Journey to the Center of the Earth, USA Network, 1999.

Film Appearances: T. S. Quint, Mallrats, Gramercy, 1995. Jack, The Babysitter, Spelling Films, 1995. Bob, Levitation, Tenth Muse Productions, 1997. Jeff, Happenstance, Lot 47 Films, 1998. Tony Thompson/Philip, Get a Job (also known as The Red Lion), Taurus Entertainment, 1998. Secrets through the Smoke (educational documentary film), Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 2001. Ethan Poe and Frederick Usher, Descendant (also known as Descendent, Descendent), Magic Hour Pictures/Mainline Releasing/York Entertainment, 2002. Alexander ⬙Sandie⬙ Pendleton, Gods and Generals, Warner Bros., 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Billy Rabe, ⬙Anatomy Lesson,⬙ Perversions of Science, HBO, 1997. Hollywood Squares, 1998. Tom and Chris O’Brien, ⬙Flower Child,⬙ The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 2001. Also appeared as Richard in ⬙The Bokor,⬙ an episode of Night Visions, Fox. WRITINGS Films: Secrets through the Smoke (educational documentary film), Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 2001.

Film Work: Stunt performer and stunt coordinator, The Man in the Moon, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/Pathe, 1991. Associate producer, Dreamers, American Anvil Motion Picture Distribution, 1998. Producer and director, Secrets through the Smoke (educational documentary film), Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 2001.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, October 11, 1993, p. 71; May 6, 1996, p. 156.

Television Appearances; Series: Nathaniel ⬙Nathan⬙ Bedford, I’ll Fly Away, NBC, 1991–1993. Sonny Snow, Angel Falls, CBS, 1993–1994. Griffin Holbrook, a recurring role, Party of Five, Fox, 1995–2000. Dr. Chandler Hampton, 7th Heaven (also known as Seventh Heaven and 7th Heaven: Beginnings), The WB, beginning 2002.

LOVE, Victor 1967– PERSONAL Born August 4, 1967, in Camp Lejeune, NC. Education: Studied acting at Los Angeles City College Theatre Academy.

Television Appearances; Movies: First teenager, In Broad Daylight, NBC, 1991. Delivery boy, A Seduction in Travis County (also known as Blind Judgement), CBS, 1991. Rick Chilton, Breaking Free, The Disney Channel, 1995. Mickey Hackett, A Season of Hope (also known as The Lemon Grove), CBS, 1995. John Deal as an adult, ⬙A Mother’s Gift⬙ (also known as ⬙A Lantern in Her Hand⬙), Kraft Premier Movie, CBS, 1995. Mason, White Wolves II: Legend of the Wild (also known as Legend of the Wild), The Disney Channel, 1996. Danny Wells, Bad to the Bone, ABC, 1997. Wyman James, The Defenders: Taking the First, Showtime, 1998. Patrick, Romantic Comedy 101, E! Entertainment Television, 2001.

Addresses: Contact—c/o Antaeus Company, 4916 Vineland Ave., North Hollywood, CA 91601. Career: Actor. Antaeus Company, North Hollywood, CA, member of ensemble. Awards, Honors: Independent Spirit Award nomination, best male lead, 1987, for Native Son. CREDITS Film Appearances: Bigger Thomas, Native Son, Cinecom Pictures, 1986. 243

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Truth, Heaven Is a Playground, New Line Cinema, 1991. Lloyd Braxton, Mr. Payback: An Interactive Movie, Advanced Exhibition Corp., 1995. Matt Paulson, It’s My Party, United Artists, 1996. Bobby and the black Chinaman, A Gun, a Car, a Blonde, Showcase Entertainment, 1997. Hooper, Gang Related, Orion, 1997. Fallout, Velocity Trap, New City Releasing, 1997. Henry, Jaded, 1999.

Voice for an episode of Captain Planet and the Planeteers (animated), TBS and syndicated; also appeared as Davey Bowman in an episode of Likely Suspects.

Television Appearances; Movies: Anthony Williams, Guilty of Innocence: The Lenell Geter Story, CBS, 1987. Nathaniel Pickett, The Return of Desperado, NBC, 1988. Hank Gathers, Final Shot: The Hank Gathers Story, syndicated, 1992. Peyton, For Love and Glory, CBS, 1993. Anthony Laskey, The Assassination File (also known as Out in the Cold), Starz!, 1996. Detective Ike Nolan, The Sleepwalker Killing (also known as Crimes of Passion: Sleepwalker and From the Files of Unsolved Mysteries: The Sleepwalker Killing), NBC, 1997. Detective Baker, Shadow of Doubt (also known as Reasonable Doubt), Cinemax, 1998.

Television Appearances; Series: Voice performer for the animated series Jonny Quest versus the Cyber Insects; voices of Terry Fitzgerald and Bobby for Spawn (also known as Todd McFarlane’s Spawn), HBO. Television Appearances; Other: The guy, The Colored Museum (special), PBS, 1991. Daniel, Melrose Place (pilot), Fox, 1992. Major Ted Drake, OP Center (miniseries; also known as Tom Clancy’s ⬙OP Center⬙), ABC, 1995. Television Work; Series: Performed additional voices for the animated series Sonic the Hedgehog, syndicated.

Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙Better Living through Chemistry,⬙ Miami Vice, NBC, 1986. ⬙The Two Guys Show,⬙ It’s a Living, syndicated, 1987. Darnell Lewis, ⬙McAllister,⬙ Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1988. Griggs, ⬙Strangers in the Night⬙ (also known as ⬙Wrongful Death⬙), Shannon’s Deal, 1991. Larry Edwards, ⬙Splatoon,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1991. Lionel Walker, ⬙Prisoner of Love,⬙ A Different World, NBC, 1992. Mikk Davis/Cooper, ⬙The Contender,⬙ Time Trax, syndicated, 1993. ⬙Zygote Music,⬙ Mighty Max, 1994. Bobby, ⬙Passion Plays,⬙ The Watcher, UPN, 1995. Rainbow Brown, ⬙Rainbow Comix,⬙ The Marshal, ABC, 1995. Michael T. ⬙Mickey⬙ Lennox, ⬙Conflict of Interest,⬙ Courthouse, CBS, 1995. Corporal Jason Magida, ⬙Secrets,⬙ JAG, CBS, 1997. Telepath, ⬙In the Kingdom of the Blind,⬙ Babylon 5, TNT, 1998. Telepath, ⬙Phoenix Rising,⬙ Babylon 5, TNT, 1998. ⬙The Life Lost in Living,⬙ L.A. Doctors, CBS, 1999. Reporter Mike, ⬙Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 1999. Reporter Mike, ⬙A Proportional Response,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 1999. Reporter Mike, ⬙Five Votes Down,⬙ The West Wing, NBC, 1999.

Stage Appearances: Understudy for Constance, Steve, and Eddie, Jonin’, New York Shakespeare Festival, LuEsther Hall, Public Theatre, New York City, 1985–1986. Duke of Aumerle, Richard II, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, Public Theatre, New York City, 1987. (Broadway debut) Lance Corporal Harold W. Dawson, A Few Good Men, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1989–1991. Lew Claybrook, Black, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, 1992. Ken, Playboy of the West Indies, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York City, 1993. Boss, Junior, Chase, and faceless man, Dinah Was, Coast Playhouse, Santa Monica, CA, 1996. Paul, Spirit North, Crossroads Theatre, New Brunswick, NJ, 1998. Kilroy, Camino Real, Shakespeare Theatre, Washington, DC, 2000. John Bartley, Public Ghosts: Private Stories, George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick, 2002. Made stage debut in Cymbeline, Arena Stage, Washington, DC. 244

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LUCK, Coleman Television Series: The Equalizer, CBS, multiple episodes, 1985–1989. M.A.N.T.I.S., Fox, multiple episodes, 1994–1995. The Burning Zone, UPN, multiple episodes, 1996.

PERSONAL Born in Texas; married Carol Gage (a writer, producer, and artist); children: three. Education: Attended University of Southern California; Northern Illinois University, graduated (magna cum laude). Religion: Christian.

Television Episodes: ⬙The Zone Troopers Build Men,⬙ Otherworld, CBS, 1985. (With Bruce A. Taylor) ⬙I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar,⬙ Otherworld, CBS, 1985. (With Roderick Taylor) ⬙Mansion of the Beast,⬙ Otherworld, CBS, 1985. (With Jacqueline Zambrano) Premiere episode, Gabriel’s Fire, ABC, 1990. Poltergeist: The Legacy, Showtime and syndicated, 1996.

Career: Producer and writer. Military service: U.S. Army, 1968; served as rifle platoon leader with Mobile Riverine Force in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam; became first lieutenant; received six decorations, including Bronze Star with ⬙V.⬙ Awards, Honors: Edgar Allan Poe Award nomination, best television episode (with Jacqueline Zambrano), Mystery Writers of America, 1991, for Gabriel’s Fire.

Television Writing; Other: The Burning Zone (pilot), UPN, 1996. Webs (movie), Sci–Fi Channel, 2003.

CREDITS Television Executive Producer; Series: (With others) The Equalizer, CBS, 1985–1989. (And creator) Gabriel’s Fire, ABC, 1990–1992. (And creator) Matrix, USA Network, 1992. (And creator) M.A.N.T.I.S., Fox, 1994–1995. (And creator) The Burning Zone, UPN, 1996–1997. Left Behind: The TV Series (also known as Left Behind), PAX, 2003.

Screenplays: The Foxbat Strategy, 1980. ADAPTATIONS Several television series and episodes have been based on stories by Luck and his colleagues.

Television Director; Episodic: Left Behind: The TV Series (also known as Left Behind), PAX, 2003.

OTHER SOURCES

Television Work; Other: Story editor, Seven Days (also known as 7 Days and Seven Days: The Series), UPN, 1998.

Periodicals: Christianity Today, August 10, 1998, p. 64.

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MADSEN, Virginia 1961(?)– PERSONAL Born September 11, 1961 (some sources say 1963), in Chicago, IL; daughter of Cal (a firefighter) and Elaine (a writer and filmmaker of documentaries); sister of Michael (an actor); married Danny Huston, October 1989 (divorced, 1992); children: (with Antonio Sabato, Jr.; an actor) Jack Antonio. Education: Attended Northwestern University; studied acting with Ted Liss for three years, and at Ted Liss Acting Studio and the Harand Camp Adult Theater Seminar. Politics: Democrat. Addresses: Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager— Untitled Entertainment, 8436 West Third St., Suite 650, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Publicist—Warren Cowan & Associates PR, 8899 Beverly Blvd., Suite 919, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Career: Actress. Appeared in commercials. Awards, Honors: Avoriaz Award, and Saturn Award, best actress, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, 1992, both for Candyman; Bronze Wrangler (with others), television feature film, 2002, for Crossfire Trail. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Film debut) Lisa, Class, Orion, 1983. Madeline Robistat, Electric Dreams, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer/United Artists, 1984. 246

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MAJORS Herself, Captured on Film: The True Story of Marion Davies, 2001. Complicated Women, TCM, 2003.

(In archive footage) Helen Lyle (Candyman), Boogeymen: The Killer Compilation (also known as Boogeyman), Flixmix, 2001. Brenda, Full Disclsoure, First Look Pictures Releasing, 2001. Penny, American Gun, Lightening Entertainment, 2002. Emma Becker, Artworks, 2002.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Inspector General, The WB, 2000. Television Appearances; Episodic: ⬙Perfect Order,⬙ The Hitchhiker, HBO, 1987. Annie Charnock, ⬙Eine Kleine Nacht Murder,⬙ Moonlighting, ABC, 1989. Annie Charnock, ⬙When Girls Collide,⬙ Moonlighting, ABC, 1989. Annie Charnock, ⬙Lunar Eclipse,⬙ Moonlighting, ABC, 1989. Alonzo Solace’s dance partner, ⬙The Church of Morgan,⬙ Earth 2, 1994. Kellin, ⬙Unforgettable,⬙ Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 1997. Cassandra Stone, ⬙Three Valentines,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 1999. Cassandra Stone, ⬙When a Man Loves a Woman,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 1999. Cassandra Stone, ⬙Shutout in Seattle: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 1999. Marsha Ellison, ⬙The Candidate: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 2001. Herself, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, CBS, 2001. Marsha Ellison, ⬙Killing Time,⬙ The Practice, ABC, 2001. Voice of Sarah Cowan, ⬙The Brave and the Bold: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Justice League (animated), Cartoon Network, 2002.

Also appeared in The Dead Can’t Lie. Television Appearances; Series: Cohost, Unsolved Mysteries, NBC, 1998–1999. Rebecca Sandstrom, American Dreams, NBC, 2002—. Voice of Silver Sable, Spider–Man: The Animated Series (animated), MTV, 2003. Television Appearances; Movies: Marion Davies, The Hearst and Davies Affair, ABC, 1985. Dixie Lee Boxx, Long Gone, HBO, 1987. Rachel Carlyle, Gotham (also known as The Dead Can’t Lie), Showtime, 1988. Anne Scholes, Third Degree Burn, HBO, 1989. Rebecca Bishop, Love Kills, USA Network, 1991. Carla Simmons, Victim of Love (also known as Raw Heat), CBS, 1991. Betty Stuart, Ironclads, TNT, 1991. Carolyn Warmus, A Murderous Affair: The Carolyn Warmus Story (also known as Lovers of Deceit and Lovers of Deceit: The Carolyn Warmus Story), ABC, 1992. Linda Cowley, Linda (also known as Lust for Murder), USA Network, 1993. Gena Hayes, Blue Tiger, HBO, 1994. Annie Culver Westford, Bitter Vengeance, USA Network, 1994. Lucy Monroe, Ambushed, HBO, 1998. Ingrid Bast, Children of Fortune, CBS, 2000. Anne Rodney, Crossfire Trail (also known as Louis L’Amour’s ⬙Crossfire Trail⬙), TNT, 2001. Brenda Kniffen, Just Ask My Children, Lifetime, 2001. Emma, Tempted, Lifetime, 2003.

Also appeared as Pacey’s girlfriend, Dawson’s Creek. Television Work; Movies: Additional consultant, Complicated Women, 2003. RECORDINGS Video Games: Voice of Princess Irulan, Dune 2: Battle of Arrakis (also known as Dune 2), 1993.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Claretta Petacci, Mussolini: The Untold Story, NBC, 1985. Karin de Vries, Robert Ludlum’s The Apocalypse Watch (also known as The Apocalypse Watch), ABC, 1997.

MAJORS, Lee 1940(?)– (Lee Yeary)

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vorced, 1964); married Farrah Fawcett (an actress), July 28, 1973 (divorced February 16, 1982); married Karen Valez (a model), September, 1988 (divorced October, 1994); married Faith Noelle, November 1, 2002; children: (first marriage) Lee II; (third marriage) Nikki, Dane, and Trey (twins). Education: Graduated from Eastern Kentucky State College; also attended University of Indiana; studied acting with Estelle Harmon at Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer Studios.

Colonel Steve Austin, The Six Million Dollar Man: Wine, Women and War (also known as Wine, Women and War), 1973. Colonel Steve Austin, The Six Million Dollar Man: Solid Gold Kidnapping (also known as Solid Gold Kidnapping), 1973. Colonel Steve Austin, The Secret of Bigfoot (also known as The Six Million Dollar Man: The Secret of Bigfoot), 1975. Title role, Francis Gary Powers: The True Story of the U–2 Spy Incident, NBC, 1976. Col. Steve Austin, The Bionic Boy (also known as The Six Million Dollar Man: The Bionic Boy), 1976. Frank Logan, Just a Little Inconvenience, NBC, 1977. Steve Austin, Sharks (also known as The Six Million Dollar Man: Sharks and Squali!), 1978. Will Kane (title role), High Noon Part II—The Return of Will Kane (also known as High Noon, Part II and The Return of Will Kane), CBS, 1980. Captain Cody Briggs, Starflight: The Plane That Couldn’t Land (also known as Starflight One), ABC, 1983. Bob Clayton, The Cowboy and the Ballerina, CBS, 1984. Mountain Dan, A Smoky Mountain Christmas, ABC, 1986. Steve Austin, The Return of the Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman, NBC, 1987. Mike Gable, Keaton’s Cop, 1988. Reed Harris, Danger Down Under (also known as Harris Down Under and Austral Downs), NBC, 1988. Steve Austin, The Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (also known as The Return of the Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman II), NBC, 1989. Captain Sterling, Fire! Trapped on the 37th Floor, ABC, 1991. Rex Kingman, The Cover Girl Murders, USA Network, 1993. Steve Austin, Bionic Ever After? (also known as Bionic Breakdown), CBS, 1994. Roy Stark, Lost Treasure of Dos Stantos, The Family Channel, 1997. President of the U.S.A., Hotel!, 2000.

Addresses: Agent—The Blake Agency, 1327 Ocean Ave., Suite J, Santa Monica, CA 90401. Publicist—Rogers & Cowan Public Relations, 1888 Century Park East, Suite 500, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Contact—c/o 2877 South Paradise Rd., Ⲇ903, Las Vegas, NV 89109. Career: Actor, producer, and director. Fawcett–Majors Productions, cofounder (with then–wife, Farrah Fawcett), 1977; appeared in television commercials for Diet Rite Cola, 1986, kozmo.com, 1999, and ING, 2003. Turned down an offer from the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team in his final year at college to pursue an acting career; previously worked as a limo driver and recreation director. Sometimes credited as Lee Yeary. Member: American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nomination, best television actor—drama, 1977, for The Six Million Dollar Man; Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1984; Moxie! Award, Santa Monica Film Festival, 2001, for Here. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Heath Barkley, The Big Valley, ABC, 1965–1969. Roy Tate, The Men from Shiloh (also known as The Virginian), NBC, 1970–1971. Jess Brandon, Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law, ABC, 1971–1974. Colonel Steve Austin (title role), The Six Million Dollar Man, ABC, 1973–1978. Colonel Steve Austin, a recurring role, The Bionic Woman, ABC, 1976–1977, NBC, 1977–1978. Colt Seavers, The Fall Guy, ABC, 1981–1985. Thomas ⬙Pop⬙ Scarlet, Tour of Duty, CBS, 1990. Herman ⬙Ski⬙ Jablonski, Raven, CBS, 1992–1993. Scott Reed, Too Much Sun, 2000. Host, Forbidden Secrets, PAX, 2001.

Television Appearances; Specials: Funshine Saturday Sneakpeak, ABC, 1974. The Wayne Newton Special, NBC, 1974. The Donny and Marie Osmond Show, ABC, 1975. The Olivia Newton–John Show, ABC, 1976. Superstunt, 1978. Host, Battle of the Network Stars XI, ABC, 1981. Himself, The Best of Everything, 1983. Host, The Stuntman Awards, syndicated, 1986. James Stacy: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 1999. Himself, Headliners & Legends: Farrah Fawcett, 2000. Narrator, Crash Landing, The Discovery Channel, 2001. Himself, Tvography: Lee Majors—Hollywood’s Bionic Hero, 2002.

Television Appearances; Movies: Title role, The Ballad of Andy Crocker, ABC, 1969. Larry, Weekend of Terror, ABC, 1970. 248

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MAJORS Television Work; Series: Coproducer, The Fall Guy, ABC, 1981–1985. Television Work; Movies: Executive producer, Just a Little Inconvenience, NBC, 1977. (With Jerry Weintraub) Executive producer, The Cowboy and the Ballerina, CBS, 1984. Executive producer, Danger Down Under (also known as Harris Down Under and Austral Downs), NBC, 1988. Coproducer, The Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (also known as The Return of the Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman II), NBC, 1989.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Colonel Steve Austin (title role), The Six Million Dollar Man (also known as Cyborg: Six Million Dollar Man and The Six Million Dollar Man: The Moon and the Desert), ABC, 1973. Colonel Steve Austin, The Bionic Woman (also known as The Six Million Dollar Man: The Bionic Woman), 1975. Colt Seavers, How Do I Kill a Thief—Let Me Count the Ways (broadcast as a segment of The Fall Guy), ABC, 1982. Jesse Pruitt, Road Show (also known as Travellin’ and O’Malley), CBS, 1989. Ski, Raven: Return of the Black Dragons, 1992. Owen Travers, Daytona Beach, ABC, 1996. Niki’s father, Hard Knox, syndicated, 2001.

Television Work; Specials: Executive producer, The Stuntman Awards, syndicated, 1986. Television Work; Pilots: Executive producer, Road Show (also known as Travellin’ and O’Malley), CBS, 1989.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Dave Lukens, ⬙Song for Dying,⬙ Gunsmoke, CBS, 1965. Howard White, ⬙The Monkey’s Paw—A Retelling,⬙ Alfred Hitchcock Hour, NBC, 1965. ⬙Super Star,⬙ Bracken’s World, NBC, 1970. ⬙Men Who Love,⬙ Marcus Welby, M.D., ABC, 1971. Joe Briggs, ⬙The McCreedy Bust—Going, Going, Gone,⬙ Alias Smith and Jones, ABC, 1972. ⬙With This Ring, I Thee Kill,⬙ The Sixth Sense, ABC, 1972. Himself, The Brady Bunch Hour, 1977. ⬙China Cruise,⬙ The Love Boat, 1983. Colt Seavers, ⬙Notes about Courage,⬙ Trauma Center, ABC, 1983. Himself, Dolly, 1988. Woodrow F. Call, ⬙Ties That Bind,⬙ Lonesome Dove: The Series, 1995. Jim Walker, ⬙The Secret,⬙ Promised Land, CBS, 1996. Sheriff Bell, ⬙On the Border,⬙ Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1998. Tom Winters, ⬙Critical List,⬙ Soldier of Fortune, Inc., syndicated, 1999. Himself, So Graham Norton, Channel 4, 1999. Himself, Friday Night’s All Wright, 1999. Voice of himself, ⬙Running Mates,⬙ Family Guy (animated), Fox, 2000. Jed Irons, ⬙Ride of the Valkries,⬙ V.I.P., syndicated, 2000. Kennedy Smith, Sr., ⬙Father Knows Death,⬙ The War Next Door, USA Network, 2000. Colonel Seymore Kooze, ⬙Taco Lips: Part 1,⬙ Sons of the Beach, USA Network, 2002. Colonel Seymore Kooze, ⬙Jailhouse Notch: Part 2,⬙ Sons of the Beach, USA Network, 2002. Colonel Seymore Kooze, ⬙Bad News, Mr. Johnson,⬙ Sons of the Beach, USA Network, 2002. Richard Foxx, ⬙Double Agent,⬙ Jake 2.0, UPN, 2003.

Television Work; Episodic: Directed ⬙One of Our Quarterbacks Is Missing,⬙ The Six Million Dollar Man, ABC. Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Frank Harbin, Strait–Jacket, Columbia, 1964. Blue, Will Penny, Paramount, 1968. Steve Mundine, The Liberation of L. B. Jones, Columbia, 1970. Thorvald Helge, The Norseman, American International Pictures, 1978. Robert Lasky, Killer Fish (also known as Deadly Treasure of the Piranha, Killer fish agguato sul fondo, O peixe assassino, The Naked Sun, and Treasure of the Piranha), Associated Film, 1979. Mike Catton, Steel (also known as Look Down and Die and Men of Steel), Vestron Video, 1980. Philip Morgan, Agency (also known as Mind Games and L’agence de la peur), Vestron Video, 1980. Franklyn Hart, The Last Chase, Crown International, 1981. Himself, Scrooged, Paramount, 1988. Officer Austin, Trojan War (also known as No Night Stand and Rescue Me), Warner Bros., 1997. Ben O’Connor, Musketeers Forever, 1998. Austin, The Protector, New Horizons, 1999. Manatee Man, Chapter Zero, Dilonra Films, 1999. New Jersey Turnpikes, 1999. Himself, The Best of So Graham Norton, 2000. Lieutenant Blake, Primary Suspect, Showcase Entertainment, 2000. Bane, Here, 2001. 249

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John Majors, Out Cold, Buena Vista, 2001. Vince, Big Fat Liar, Universal, 2002. Bucko Cassidy, Waitin’ to Live, 2002. Oscar Odgen, Fate, Alpha Film Group, 2003. Dr. Jack Lee, Strike the Tent, 2003. Mr. Travers, Arizona Summer, Skyline West Pictures LLC, 2003.

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

Film Work: Executive producer, Steel (also known as Look Down and Die and Men of Steel), Vestron Video, 1980.

Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, Golden Globe Award nomination, best supporting actor, 1967, both for The Sand Pebbles; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actor in a musical, 1976, for Pacific Overtures; Margaret Harford Award, Los Angeles Drama Critics, 1986; Lifetime Achievement Award, Bearfest, 2002; Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

RECORDINGS Videos: (In archive footage) Himself, Farrah Fawcett: All of Me (also known as Playboy Farrah Fawcett: All of Me), 1997.

CREDITS

Video Games: Voice of Mitch Baker, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, 2002.

Film Appearances: Po–Han, The Sand Pebbles, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1966. Kenji, The Ugly Dachshund, Buena Vista, 1966. Calvin Coolidge Ishimura, The Private Navy of Sergeant O’Farrell, United Artists, 1968. Secret Service Agent Eliot Fong, The Great Bank Robbery, Warner Bros., 1969. Psychiatrist, Fools, Cinerama, 1970. Mun Ki, The Hawaiians (also known as Master of the Islands), United Artists, 1970. (As Mako Iwamatsu) Chinmoku (also known as Silence), 1972. Oomiak, The Island at the Top of the World, Buena Vista, 1974. Yuen Chung, The Killer Elite, United Artists, 1975. Sergeant Nguyen, Prisoners, 1975. Enjiro, The Bushido Blade (also known as The Bloody Bushido Blade), Trident, 1979. Herbert, The Big Brawl (also known as Battle Creek, Battle Creek Brawl, and Sha shou hao), Warner Bros., 1980. James Chan, An Eye for an Eye, Avco–Embassy, 1981. Nakamura, Under the Rainbow, Orion/Warner Bros., 1981. Akiro the Wizard, Conan the Barbarian, Universal, 1982. Mike, Testament, Paramount, 1983. Akiro the Wizard, Conan the Destroyer, Universal, 1984. Akira Tanaka, Armed Response (also known as Jade Jungle), CineTel, 1986. Captain Vinh, P.O.W.: The Escape (also known as Behind Enemy Lines), Cannon, 1986. Nobu Matsumoto, The Wash, Skouras, 1988. Dyama, Silent Assassins, Action Brothers, 1988. Jimmy Sakuyama, Tucker: The Man and His Dream, Paramount, 1988.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Zanderbergen, George, Stay Tuned: Henry Winkler, Lee Majors, Valerie Harper, Crestwood House, 1976. Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, January 24, 1997, p. 68; July 24, 1998, p. 84; February 18, 2000, p. 96.

MAKO 1933– (Mako Iwamatsu, Jimmy Sakuyama) PERSONAL Full name, Makoto Iwamatsu; born December 10, 1933, in Kobe, Japan; immigrated to the United States, 1949; naturalized citizen, 1956; married Shizuko Hoshi (a dancer, choreographer, dance teacher, and actress); children: two daughters. Education: Attended Pratt Institute; studied for the theatre at the Pasadena Playhouse and with Nola Chilton. Addresses: Agent—Amsel, Eisenstadt & Frazier, 5757 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 510, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Career: Actor, director, and playwright. East/West Players, Los Angeles, CA, founder and artistic director, 1966–89; Children’s Workshop, Los Angeles, founder 250

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MAKO Television Appearances; Movies: Yuro, The Challenge, ABC, 1970. Tadashi, If Tomorrow Comes (also known as The Glass Hammer), ABC, 1971. Fukimoto, Farewell to Manzanar, NBC, 1976. Kanji Ousu, Columbo: Murder under Glass, 1977. Major Bai, When Hell Was in Session, NBC, 1979. Mori, Girls of the White Orchid (also known as Death Ride to Osaka), NBC, 1983. The Manchu, Kung Fu: The Movie, CBS, 1986. Captain Kilalo, Murder in Paradise, NBC, 1990. Sergeant Moritaki, Hiroshima: Out of the Ashes, NBC, 1990. Buntoro Iga, Red Sun Rising, HBO, 1994. Mr. Lee, ⬙Gold Mountain,⬙ Riot (also known as Riot in the Streets), Showtime, 1997. Television Appearances; Pilots: Kenji, The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1972. Tao Gan, Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders (also known as The Haunted Monastery), ABC, 1974. Mataro Sakura, The Last Ninja, ABC, 1983. Major Taro Oshira, Hawaiian Heat, ABC, 1984. Television Appearances; Specials: Ben Chang, The Last Ferry Home, syndicated, 1992. Television Appearances; Episodic: The Japanese sentry, ⬙Movies Are Your Best Diversion,⬙ McHale’s Navy, 1962. First Japanese, ⬙The Captain’s Mission,⬙ McHale’s Navy, 1963. Frank Fakuda, ⬙One Puka Puka,⬙ The Gallant Men, 1963. Captain Uzaki, ⬙One Enchanted Weekend,⬙ McHale’s Navy, 1963. Lieutenant Yamasake, ⬙McHale and His Schweinhunds,⬙ McHale’s Navy, 1963. First Japanese soldier, ⬙Have Kimono, Will Travel,⬙ McHale’s Navy, 1963. Third Japanese soldier, ⬙A Letter for Fuji,⬙ McHale’s Navy, 1963. Sessua, ⬙The Balloon Goes Up,⬙ McHale’s Navy, 1964. Pete, ⬙Who Killed April?,⬙ Burke’s Law, 1964. Kato, ⬙Jeannie and the Marriage Caper,⬙ I Dream of Jeannie, NBC, 1965. Jimmy, ⬙No Exchange on Damaged Merchandise,⬙ I Spy, NBC, 1965. Jimmy, ⬙The Loser,⬙ I Spy, 1965. Happy Tuava, ⬙The Prisoners of Mr. Sin,⬙ Burke’s Law, 1965. Casey, ⬙The War Between Men, Women and Gidget,⬙ Gidget, 1965. Baby Face, ⬙Court of the Lion,⬙ I Spy, 1966. Low Sing, ⬙The Preying Mantis,⬙ The Green Hornet, 1966. ⬙From Karate with Love,⬙ F Troop, ABC, 1967.

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Lieutenant Nakamura, ⬙Kill Two by Two,⬙ The Time Tunnel, ABC, 1967. Simba, ⬙Alfred of the Amazon,⬙ Vacation Playhouse, 1967. Wong Lo, ⬙Rimfire,⬙ The Big Valley, ABC, 1968. Yoshimura, ⬙Southwind,⬙ The F.B.I., ABC, 1968. Wong Ti Lu, ⬙The Tide,⬙ Kung Fu, ABC, 1973. ⬙Love and the Fortune Cookie,⬙ Love, American Style, 1973. Dr. Lin Tam, ⬙Rainbow Bridge,⬙ M*A*S*H, CBS, 1974. ⬙Enter Tami Okada,⬙ Mannix, CBS, 1974. Kazuo Tahashi, ⬙Legacy of Terror,⬙ Hawaii Five–O, ABC, 1976. Major Choi, ROK surgeon, ⬙Hawkeye Get Your Gun,⬙ M*A*S*H, CBS, 1976. Masu Murakami, ⬙Gold Watch,⬙ Visions, 1976. Mr. Yamaguchi, ⬙Touch of Death,⬙ Quincy, 1977. Li Sung, ⬙Another Path,⬙ The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1978. Li Sung, ⬙The Disciple,⬙ The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1979. Mr. Brown, ⬙Going, Going, Gone,⬙ Wonder Woman, CBS, 1979. Lieutenant Hung Lee Park, ⬙Guerilla My Dreams,⬙ M*A*S*H, CBS, 1979. Kirby, ⬙Pirouette,⬙ Supertrain, 1979. North Korean soldier, ⬙The Best of Enemies,⬙ M*A*S*H, CBS, 1980. Tozan, ⬙The Arrow That Is Not Aimed,⬙ Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1982. ⬙The Pied Piper,⬙ Bring ’Em Back Alive, CBS, 1982. Mr. Wakamatsu, ⬙The Americanization of Miko,⬙ The Facts of Life, 1982. ⬙The Travels of Marco ... and Friends,⬙ Voyagers!, 1982. John Moroshima, ⬙Sword of Honor, Blade of Death,⬙ Quincy, 1982. Master of Flowers, ⬙Thirty Seconds over Little Tokyo,⬙ The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1983. Lin, ⬙Recipe for Heavy Bread,⬙ The A–Team, NBC, 1983. Inspector Toshi, Ohara, ABC, 1987. Tommy Nguyen, ⬙My Brother’s Keeper,⬙ Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1987. Trahn, ⬙Sitting Duck,⬙ Tour of Duty, CBS, 1987. Thanarat, ⬙Riding the Elephant,⬙ The Equalizer, CBS, 1988. Yo Tin, Supercarrier, ABC, 1988. Kao, ⬙Dangerous Cargo,⬙ Paradise, CBS, 1990. ⬙The Wash,⬙ American Playhouse, PBS, 1990. Toshiro Tanaka, ⬙Black Virgin of Vladimir,⬙ Lovejoy, 1991. Toshiro Tanaka, ⬙Riding in Rollers,⬙ Lovejoy, 1991. Li Sung, ⬙Tournament,⬙ Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1994. Sam Tanaka, ⬙Author, Author,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 1994. Mr. Loo, ⬙Dying to Live,⬙ Platypus Man, UPN, 1995. Dr. Henry Lee, ⬙Heart of the Dragon,⬙ Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1997. Ichiro Higashimori, ⬙Innocence,⬙ JAG, CBS, 1998. Master Reng, ⬙Requiem,⬙ Martial Law, CBS, 1999.

Master Reng, ⬙Red Storm,⬙ Martial Law, CBS, 1999. Henry Muranaka, ⬙Dirty Laundry,⬙ 7th Heaven, The WB, 1999. Edward Song, ⬙Black Dragons,⬙ Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 2000. Kajimori, ⬙The Inquisitor,⬙ The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne, CBS, 2000. Lee Moy, ⬙The Red’s Shoes,⬙ Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 2001. Also appeared as interviewee, ⬙The Sand Pebbles,⬙ History vs. Hollywood, History Channel; Makumura, Shaky Ground, Fox; Mr. Li, Lost at Home, ABC; in Ironside, NBC; Ensign O’Toole; 77 Sunset Strip. Stage Appearances: Taki, A Banquet for the Moon, Theatre Marquee, New York City, 1961. Pacific Overtures, East/West Players, Los Angeles, 1967–1968. Hokusai Sketchbooks, East/West Players, 1967–1968. Gold Watch, Inner City Repertory Theatre, Los Angeles, 1972. (Broadway debut) The Reciter, Shogun, and Jonathan Goble, Pacific Overtures, Winter Garden Theatre, 1976. Station J, East/West Players, 1981. Sam Shikaze, Yellow Fever, Pan Asian Repertory Theatre, 47th Street Theatre, New York City, 1983. Nobu, The Wash, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 1985. Shimada/Toshio Uchiyama, Shimada, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1992. Stage Director: (With Shizuko Hoshi) The Fisher King, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles Music Center, Los Angeles, 1976. The Music Lessons, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, New York City, 1980. F.O.B. (Fresh Off the Boat), New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, 1980. WRITINGS Plays: There’s No Place Like a Tired Ghost, produced at Inner City Repertory Theatre, Los Angeles, 1972. (With Dom Magwili) Christmas in Camp, produced by East/West Players, Los Angeles, 1981. OTHER SOURCES Books: Notable Asian Americans, Gale Research, 1995. 252

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MALICK, Wendie 1950– (Wendy Malick) PERSONAL Original name, Wendy Malick; born December 13, 1950, in Buffalo, NY; daughter of Ken (in sales) and Gigi (a former model) Malick; married Mitch Glazer (a screenwriter), 1982 (divorced, 1989); married Richard Erickson (a carpenter), 1995. Education: Ohio Wesleyan University, degree theatre, 1972; attended Syracuse University; studied art history in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Addresses: Agent—c/o Innovative Artists, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Career: Actress. Worked for five years as a model in Paris and New York City; performed on stage in summer stock productions in New York City; appeared in commercials for Cadillac cars, Mall of America, and Dannon yogurt. Worked for New York Congressman Jack Kemp in Washington, DC. Adopt–a–Family, volunteer.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Carol Marshall, Dynasty: The Reunion, ABC, 1991. Television Appearances; Episodic: Louise Jordan, ⬙Too Young to Die,⬙ Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer, CBS, 1984. Taylor, Paper Dolls, 1984. Claire Lowell, ⬙Charles Marries Claire,⬙ Kate & Allie, 1985. Claire Lowell, ⬙Thanksgiving,⬙ Kate & Allie, 1985. Jennie Stetson, ⬙Unfinished Business,⬙ Scarecrow and Mrs. King, 1986. Claire Lowell, ⬙Bringing Up Charles,⬙ Kate & Allie, 1986. Claire Lowell, ⬙Charles’ Dinner,⬙ Kate & Allie, 1987. Donna Burke, ⬙With Love, the Claus,⬙ Highway to Heaven, 1987. ⬙The Hitchhiker,⬙ The Highwayman, 1988. Paula Banyon, ⬙Boomerang,⬙ Hunter, NBC, 1988. Claire Lowell, ⬙What a Wonderful Episode⬙ (also known as ⬙It’s a Wonderful Episode⬙ and ⬙Kate and Allie Go to Hell⬙), Kate & Allie, 1989. Alice, ⬙Burning the Toad⬙ (also known as ⬙The Jack Story⬙), Anything But Love, ABC, 1989. (As Wendy Malick) Alice, ⬙This Is Not a Date,⬙ Anything But Love, ABC, 1989. Gayle Buchannon, ⬙Message in a Bottle,⬙ Baywatch (also known as Baywatch Hawai’i), NBC, 1989. Gayle Buchannon, ⬙The Sky Is Falling,⬙ Baywatch (also known as Baywatch Hawai’i), NBC, 1989. Becky Goldblume, ⬙You Can Go Home Again,⬙ The Fanelli Boys, 1990. Becky Goldblume, ⬙A Very Fanelli Christmas,⬙ The Fanelli Boys, 1990. Becky Goldblume, ⬙Accidents Will Happen,⬙ The Fanelli Boys, 1991. Cindy Finnegan, ⬙Obsessed,⬙ MacGyver, ABC, 1991.

Awards, Honors: Annual CableACE awards, best actress in a comedy series, National Cable Television Association, 1991, 1992, 1993, and 1995, all for Dream On; Artistic Directors Award, best lead actress in a play, 1995, for Round Trip; Golden Globe Award nomination, best supporting actress in a television series, miniseries, or motion picture, 1999, Emmy Award nominations, outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series, 1999 and 2002, and Golden Satellite Award nomination, best actress in a series, comedy, or musical, International Press Academy, 2001, all for Just Shoot Me. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Dr. Brigitte Blaine, Trauma Center (also known as Medstar), ABC, 1983. Henchwoman, Another World (also known as Another World: Bay City), 1986. Judith Tupper Stone, Dream On, HBO, 1990–1996. Zoe Hellstrom, Good Company, CBS, 1996. Nina Van Horn, Just Shoot Me, NBC, beginning 1997. Voice of Principal Folsom, Fillmore! (also known as Disney’s Fillmore!), ABC, 2002. Television Appearances; Movies: Stephie, How to Pick Up Girls!, 1978. Tippi, Private Sessions, NBC, 1985. 253

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Gayle Buchannon, ⬙Reunion,⬙ Baywatch (also known as Baywatch Hawai’i), NBC, 1992. ⬙Dirty Pool,⬙ Civil Wars, ABC, 1992. Dr. Finnola Keefe, ⬙Between the Sheets,⬙ The Human Factor, 1992. Gayle Buchannon, ⬙Race against Time: Parts 1 & 2,⬙ Baywatch (also known as Baywatch Hawai’i), NBC, 1993. Susan Wagner, ⬙Brown Appetit,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 1993. Susan Wagner, ⬙True Confessions,⬙ NYPD Blue, ABC, 1993. Mrs. Gordon, ⬙Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall, All You Gotta Do Is Call...,⬙ Family Album, 1993. Denise, ⬙Absence Makes the Nurse Grow Weirder,⬙ Empty Nest, NBC, 1994. Laura Schoen Russianoff, ⬙Finish Line,⬙ L.A. Law, NBC, 1994. Carol, ⬙The Ride Home,⬙ Mad about You, NBC, 1994. Nancy Lambert, ⬙Nancy with the Laughing Face,⬙ The Commish, ABC, 1994. Rita, ⬙In the Groove,⬙ Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1994. Iris Nevelson, ⬙Firehawk,⬙ Viper, NBC, 1994. Gayle Buchannon, ⬙Aftershock,⬙ Baywatch (also known as Baywatch Hawai’i), NBC, 1994. Judy, ⬙Cybill with an ’S,’⬙ Cybill, CBS, 1995. Wendy, ⬙The Kiss Hello,⬙ Seinfeld, NBC, 1995. Barb, ⬙A Match Made at Seven,⬙ Champs, ABC, 1996. Lauren Stone, ⬙To Bare Is Human,⬙ Boston Common, NBC, 1996. Lenore Green (Femme Fatale), ⬙Looking for Mrs. Goodbar,⬙ Mr. Rhodes, NBC, 1996. Dr. Stephanie Krienberg, ⬙Goode Feelings,⬙ Goode Behavior, 1996. Dr. Cornick, ⬙New Year,⬙ The Single Guy, NBC, 1997. Olivia McClure, ⬙Dates,⬙ Life’s Work, ABC, 1997. Assistant Director Maslin, ⬙The Beginning,⬙ The X–Files, Fox, 1998. Herself, Sin City Spectacular, FX Channel, 1998. Voice of Dr. Price, ⬙Joyride,⬙ Batman Beyond (animated), The WB, 1999. Interviewee, The Martin Short Show, syndicated, 1999. Guest, Pajama Party, Oxygen, 2000. Herself, Good News Week, Ten Network, 2000. Guest, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, CBS, 2001. Maggie Stanton, ⬙Don’t Stop Believing,⬙ Strange Frequency, VH1, 2001. Dr. Manning, ⬙I’m Okay, You’re Crazy,⬙ The Fighting Fitzgeralds, NBC, 2001. Voice of Dr. Yabmom, ⬙Francine’s Power Trip,⬙ Lloyd in Space, 2001. Voice of Elsa Kleeg, ⬙Kimitation Nation,⬙ Kim Possible, 2002. Mrs. Darcel, ⬙A Day at the Beach,⬙ Oliver Beene, Fox, 2003. Ronee Lawrence, ⬙The Babysitter,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 2003. Voice of Beautiful Gorgeous, ⬙Operation: Rescue Jet Fusion,⬙ The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, 2003.

Ronee Lawrence, ⬙The Placeholder,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 2003. Ronee Lawrence, ⬙I’m Listening,⬙ Frasier, NBC, 2003. Also appeared as Janet in an episode of Good Advice; as Dr. Sabrina Bellows, Likely Suspects; and as Dr. Kelly, Love & War. Television Appearances; Pilots: (As Wendy Malick) Dr. Susan Layden, Supercarrier (also known as Deadly Enemies), ABC, 1988. Gayle Buchannon, Baywatch: Panic at Malibu Pier, NBC, 1989. Carol Hobart, The Ed Begley, Jr., Show (also known as Friendly Ed and Nobody’s Puppet), CBS, 1989. Lindsay, Faith, CBS, 1994. Nina Van Horn, Just Shoot Me, NBC, 1996. Emily Zebrowski, My Life with Men, ABC, 2003. Television Appearances; Specials: Take a Moment, The Disney Channel, 1998. Host, NBC Must See TV Primetime Preview, NBC, 1998. Christmas in Rockefeller Center, NBC, 2000. (Uncredited) Inside the Playboy Mansion, Arts and Entertainment, 2002. NBC’s Funniest Outtakes, NBC, 2002. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, The 5th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, TNT, 1999. Host, The 14th Annual Genesis Awards, Animal Planet, 2000. Presenter, The 2001 Genesis Awards, Animal Planet, 2001. Presenter, The 2001 Creative Arts Emmy Awards, E! Entertainment Television, 2001. The 54th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, NBC, 2002. Film Appearances: Herself, Mr. Mike’s Mondo Video, New Line Cinema, 1980. Philomena, A Little Sex, Universal, 1982. Wendie Cross, Scrooged, Paramount, 1988. Nurse Nancy, Funny about Love, Paramount, 1990. Woman on train, Bugsy, TriStar, 1991. Susan Sloan, The American President, Columbia, 1995. Beverly Kimble, Trojan War (also known as No Night Stand and Rescue Me), Warner Bros., 1997. Charlotte, Just Add Love, 1997. Terry, Divorce: A Contemporary Western, 1998. Jane, Jerome, Phaedra Cinema, 1998. Mildred Tilman, On Edge, KBK Entertainment, 2000. Voice of ChiCha, The Emperor’s New Groove (animated), Buena Vista/Walt Disney, 2000. Diane, Cahoots, Chewing School, 2000. 254

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MANDYLOR John Donovan, Virtuosity, Paramount, 1995. Vegas, Venus Rising, IRS Releasing, 1995. Martin Niconi, Crosscut, 1995, A–Pix Entertainment, 1996. George G. Kendall, Portraits of a Killer (also known as Portraits of Innocence), Live Entertainment, 1996. Jack Turner, Stand–Ins, Overseas Filmgroup, 1997. Rich Adams, Just Write, Curb Entertainment, 1997. Hector Stroessner and Ray Soldado, Double Take, Twice Removed Productions, Inc., 1997. Conversations in Limbo, Limbo Productions, 1998. Alan Decker, Intrepid (also known as Deep Water), Starlight, 1999. Jared, Gangland, Dominion International, 2000. Monash deputy, The Pledge, Warner Bros., 2001. Michael Amorosa, Above and Beyond, Green/Epstein/ Bacino, 2001. Turn of Faith, CAOH Enterprises, 2001. Kevin Dodd, Cover Story, First Look Media, 2002. Instructor, The Real Deal, Dream Rock/Moonstone Entertainment, 2002. Tony, Hitters, Fries Film Group, 2002. Ray, The Shore, Nile River Pictures, 2003. Aiden Porter, Patient 14, Gemstar Pictures, 2003. (Uncredited) Charley ⬙Gloves⬙ Columbo, The Game of Their Lives, Crusader Entertainment, 2003.

Inez, Manna from Heaven, Five Sisters Productions/R. S. Entertainment, 2001. Nancy Nestor, Bathroom Boy, Bathroom Boy Productions, 2003. Stage Appearances: Appeared in productions of Bah! Humbug, Guys and Dolls, Mame, North Shore Fish, and Round Trip. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Biography, May, 1999. Entertainment Weekly, March 4, 1994, p. 52. People Weekly, March 16, 1998, p. 107. Pet Press, March, 2001. TV Guide, July 17, 1999, p. 9; March 8, 2003, pp. 6–8.

MANDYLOR, Costas 1965– PERSONAL Original name, Costas Theodosopoulos; born September 3, 1965, in Melbourne, Australia; son of Yannis (a taxi driver) and Louise (maiden name, Mandylaris) Theodosopoulos; brother of Louis Mandylor (an actor); married Talisa Soto (an actress), May, 1997 (divorced, 2000). Avocational Interests: Boxing.

Appeared in the short film My Brother Cicero; also appeared in Bitter Sweet. Television Appearances; Series: Kenny Lacos, Picket Fences, CBS, 1992–1996. Alphonse Royo, Players, NBC, 1997–1998. Monk, Secret Agent Man, UPN, 2000. Flatland, 2002.

Addresses: Agent—Paradigm, 10100 Santa Monica Blvd., 25th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Manager— Cynthia Campos–Greenberg, Anthem Entertainment, 6100 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1170, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Publicist—Liza Anderson, Warren Cowan and Associates, 8899 Beverly Blvd., Suite 919, Los Angeles, CA 90048.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Salvatore Bonanno, Bonanno: A Godfather’s Story, Showtime, 1999. Television Appearances; Movies: Lawrence, Delta of Venus, Showtime, 1995. Paul Blankenship/Eric, Falling for You, CBS, 1995. Lord Shin, Fist of the North Star (also known as Hokuto no Ken), HBO, 1996. Dominic Delaserra, Almost Dead, HBO, 1996. Captain Jaid, Roger Corman Presents Last Exit to Earth (also known as Last Exit to Earth), Showtime, 1996. Adult Cupid on Earth, Love–Struck, The Family Channel, 1997. Mike Hanlon, The Fury Within, USA Network, 1998. Gianni Uzielli, Exiled: A Law & Order Movie (also known as Exiled), NBC, 1998. Nikos Kostantinos, Shelter, HBO, 1998. McCarthy, Shame, Shame, Shame, The Movie Channel, 1999. Ryan Mitchell, Stealth Fighter, HBO, 1999.

Career: Actor. Worked as a model; appeared in commercials, including one for Coors Light beer. Worked as a professional soccer player with the Green Gully, Melbourne, Australia; trained with Panathinaikos team in Greece. CREDITS Film Appearances: Avram Arouch, Triumph of the Spirit, Triumph, 1989. Italian Count, The Doors, TriStar, 1991. Frank Costello, Mobsters (also known as The Evil Empire), Universal, 1991. Mark, Soapdish, Paramount, 1991. Costello, Fatal Past, Skouras, 1994. 255

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nomination, best original motion picture score, 1986, for Year of the Dragon; Grammy Award, best new artist (with Bruce Hornsby and the Range), National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 1986; Havana Film Festival Award, best music, and Golden Osella Award, best original music, Venice Film Festival, both 1996, for Profundo carmesi; Recording Industry Association of America awards include platinum record for The Way It Is and gold records for ⬙Desire⬙ and ⬙Hard Rain.⬙

Nathan Delaney, Sanctuary (also known as Nora Roberts’ Sanctuary), CBS, 2001. Chris, Scent of Danger, Animal Planet, 2002. Marco, Just Desserts, Hallmark Channel, 2003. Television Appearances; Episodic: Guest, Late Night with David Letterman, 1991. ⬙Half–Way Horrible,⬙ Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1993. Lee, ⬙The Heist,⬙ The Outer Limits, Showtime, 1996. Jerry Tamblin, ⬙Get Fast,⬙ F/X: The Series, 1997. ⬙Cholitas⬙ (also known as ⬙Gang Bangers⬙), Resurrection Blvd., 2000. Vincent Corell, ⬙Something Borrowed,⬙ Nash Bridges, CBS, 2001. Franciscan brother, ⬙The Agony and the Ex–tacy,⬙ Sex and the City, HBO, 2001. Bobby Jensen, ⬙Be All My Sins Remembered,⬙ Andromeda, syndicated, 2002. Rick Lang, ⬙Saving Private Leo,⬙ Charmed, The WB, 2002. Mica Divornak, ⬙Poster Girl,⬙ She Spies, NBC, 2002. Reno Castelli, ⬙Slippery Slope,⬙ Fastlane, Fox, 2003.

CREDITS Film Work: Music arranger and band member, Heaven’s Gate (also known as Johnson County Wars), United Artists, 1980. Music performer, Timerider, Jensen Farley, 1982. Music arranger, orchestrator, conductor, and song performer, Year of the Dragon, Metro–Goldwyn– Mayer, 1985. Music arranger and conductor, The Sicilian, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1987. Music arranger (with others) and conductor, Desperate Hours, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1990. Music performer, The Apostle, October Films, 1997. Music performer, Harvest, Artisan Entertainment, 1998. Music arranger, director, and performer, Songcatcher, Lions Gate Films, 2001. Music arranger (with others), Divine Secrets of the Ya–Ya Sisterhood, Warner Bros., 2002.

Television Appearances; Specials: The 17th Annual People’s Choice Awards, CBS, 1991.

MANSFIELD, David 1956– PERSONAL

Film Appearances: Appeared in the film Renaldo and Clara.

Born September 13, 1956, in Pittsburgh, PA; son of Newton Mansfield and Gwyndolyn Graves (maiden name, Lewis) Holtham; married Joann Carelli, September 28, 1979 (marriage ended); married Maggie Greenwald, 1994; children: (first marriage) Calantha.

Television Work; Movies: Music performer, A Good Baby, Cinemax, 2000. Television Appearances; Specials: Appeared in Hard Rain, NBC.

Addresses: Agent—Joseph Cohen, Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Contact—Rich Jacobellis, Ingenuity Entertainment, 9000 Sunset Blvd., Suite 300, West Hollywood, CA 90069.

RECORDINGS Albums: (With Quacky Duck and His Barnyard Friends) Media Push, Warner Bros., 1973. (With Alpha) The Alpha Band, Arista, 1976. (With Alpha) Spark in the Dark, Arista, 1977. (With Alpha) The Statue Makers of Hollywood, Arista, 1978. Heaven’s Gate (soundtrack recording), EMI/Liberty, 1980. Year of the Dragon (soundtrack recording), Varese– Sarabande, 1985.

Career: Composer and musician. Band member of Quacky Duck and His Barnyard Friends, c. 1973, Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue, 1975–76, Alpha, 1976–79, and Bruce Hornsby and the Range (founding member), 1980s. Also record producer for performers such as Cindy Bullens. Member: American Federation of Musicians, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, Screen Actors Guild. 256

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 (With Evercall Ready) Evercall Ready, Maranatha! Music, 1985. (With Bruce Hornsby and the Range) The Way It Is, RCA, 1986. The Sicilian (soundtrack recording), Virgin, 1987. (With Alpha) Interviews, Edsel, 1988. The Desperate Hours (soundtrack recording), Varese– Sarabande, 1990. (With Bruce Hornsby and the Range) A Night on the Town, RCA, 1990. (Contributor) Tales from the Crypt (soundtrack recordings), Big Screen, 1992. The Ballad of Little Jo (soundtrack recording), Intrada, 1994. (Contributor) Lonesome Dove: Classics Western Scores 2 (soundtrack recordings), Silva America, 1996.

MANSFIELD Ropewalk (also known as Hanginaround), Winter Films, 2000. Asi es la vida (also known as Such Is Life and C’est la vie), Wanda Vision, 2000. Songcatcher, Lions Gate Films, 2001. Flora’s Garment Bursting into Bloom, Dameworks, 2001. Divine Secrets of the Ya–Ya Sisterhood, Warner Bros., 2002. Television Music; Movies: Into the Homeland, HBO, 1987. David’s Mother, CBS, 1994. Dangerous Affair, ABC, 1995. Truman, HBO, 1995. The Stranger beside Me, ABC, 1995. A Streetcar Named Desire, CBS, 1995. Radiant City, ABC, 1996. The People Next Door, CBS, 1996. Suddenly, ABC, 1996. The Advocate’s Devil, ABC, 1997. Road Ends, Cinemax, 1997. Outrage, ABC, 1998. A Winter’s Tale, CBS, 2000. A Good Baby, Cinemax, 2000. Miracle on the Mountain: The Kincaid Family Story, CBS, 2000. What Makes a Family, Lifetime, 2001. Get a Clue, The Disney Channel, 2002. Tempted, Lifetime, 2003.

Contributor to albums recorded by many other artists, including Murray Attaway, Vince Bell, Cindy Bullens, T–Bone Burnett, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Allen Ginsberg, Loudon Wainwright III, and Dwight Yoakum. Singles include ⬙Desire⬙ and ⬙Hard Rain.⬙ Music Videos: Appeared in ⬙Mandolin Rain,⬙ ⬙A Night on the Town,⬙ and ⬙The Way It Is.⬙ WRITINGS Film Music: Heaven’s Gate (also known as Johnson County Wars), United Artists, 1980. Year of the Dragon, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1985. Club Paradise, Warner Bros., 1986. The Sicilian, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1987. Miss Firecracker, Corsair, 1989. Desperate Hours, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1990. Late for Dinner, Columbia, 1991. Me and Veronica, Arrow, 1993. The Ballad of Little Jo, Fine Line, 1993. The Outlaws: Legend of O. B. Taggart, EnterTech Media Group, 1994. Profundo carmesi (also known as Deep Crimson and Carmin profond), 1996, with English subtitles, New Yorker, 1997. The Apostle, October Films, 1997. El evangelio de las maravillas (also known as Divine), Keyfilms Roma/Mondo Films/Wanda Distribucion Cinematografica de Films, 1998. Dark Harbor, New City Releasing, 1998. Tumbleweeds, Fine Line, 1999. El coronel no tiene quien le escriba (also known as No One Writes to the Colonel, Pas de lettre pour le colonel, and Personne n’ecrit au colonel), Alta Films/DMVB Films/Eurocine/Keyfilms Roma, 1999. Floating, Phaedra Cinema, 1999.

Television Music; Specials: ⬙The Mouse and the Motorcycle,⬙ ABC Weekend Special, ABC, 1986. ⬙Mrs. Cage,⬙ American Playhouse, PBS, 1992. Great Books: The Right Stuff (also known as The Right Stuff), The Discovery Channel/The Learning Channel, 2001. Television Music; Episodic: ⬙Dead Wait,⬙ Tales from the Crypt (also known as HBO’s Tales from the Crypt), HBO, 1991. Also composer for ⬙The Box,⬙ Tribeca, Fox. Television Pilots: Hard Copy, CBS, 1987. Tribeca, Fox, 1993. Other: Songwriter. 257

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 53 Louis Ironson and Sarah Ironson, Angels in America: Perestroika, Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum, 1992–1993, then Walter Kerr Theatre, 1993–1994. Easter Bonnet Competition: Back to Basics, Palace Theatre, New York City, 1995.

OTHER SOURCES Electronic: David Mansfield Official Site, http://members.aol.com/ smashprod, May 20, 2003.

Also appeared in Progress. MANTELLO, Joe 1962– (Joseph Mantello)

Stage Director: Imagining Brad, Circle Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1989. Nebraska, Naked Angels Theatre, New York City, 1991. Coq au Vin, Naked Angels Theatre, 1991. Babylon Gardens, Circle Repertory Company, 1991. The Innocents’ Crusade, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1991–1992. Three Hotels, Circle Repertory Company, New York City, 1993. Fat Men in Skirts, Naked Angels Theatre, 1994. What’s Wrong with the Picture?, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1994. Three Hotels, Centre Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 1994–1995. Love! Valour! Compassion!, Manhattan Theatre Club, Stage I, New York City, 1994–1995, then Walter Kerr Theatre, 1995, later Geffen Playhouse, Los Angeles, 1996–1997. Blue Window, Manhattan Theatre Club, Stage I, 1996. The Santaland Diaries, Atlantic Theatre, New York City, 1996. God’s Heart, Lincoln Center, New York City, 1997. Proposals, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1997. Mizlansky/Zilinsky or ⬙Schmucks,⬙ Manhattan Theatre Club, 1998. Lillian, New Theatre Wing, New York City, 1998. House, Bay Street Theatre, Sag Harbor, NY, 1998. Corpus Christi, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1998. Bash, 1999. The Mineola Twins, Laura Pels Theatre, New York City, 1999–2000. The Vagina Monologues, Westside Theater (Downstairs), New York City, 1999–2003. Another American: Asking & Telling, 1999. Dead Man Walking, San Francisco Opera, 2000. Design for Living, Roundabout Theatre Company, 2001. Assassins, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 2001. Take Me Out, Donmar Warehouse, London, then Walter Kerr Theatre, New York City, 2002. Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, Belasco Theater, New York City, 2002. A Man of No Importance, Mitzi Newhouse Theater, New York City, 2002.

PERSONAL Full name, Joseph Mantello; born December 27, 1962, in Rockford, IL; father, an accountant. Education: Studied acting at the North Carolina School of the Arts, c. 1984; studied directing at the Circle Repertory Company. Religion: Roman Catholic. Addresses: Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor and director. Edge Theater, New York City, cofounder, 1984; Naked Angels Theater Troupe, member, 1991—; Roundabout Theatre, associate artist. Awards, Honors: Drama Desk Award, best featured actor in a play, 1994, for Angels in America; Grand Special Prize nomination, Deauville Film Festival, 1997, for Love! Valour! Compassion!; Lucille Lortel Award, outstanding director, Drama Desk Award nomination, outstanding director of a play, 2003, both for Take Me Out; also received an Antoinette Perry Award, Obie Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, Helen Hayes Award, Clarence Derwent Award, and the Joe A. Callaway Award. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Crackwalker, off–Broadway production, 1987. (As Joseph Mantello) Ticket inspector, gymnast, and second reporter, The Visit, Courtyard Playhouse, New York City, 1989. Stan, Walking the Dead, Circle Repertory Company, New York City, 1991. Third man, The Baltimore Waltz, Circle