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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television

ISSN 0749-064X

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television 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

Joshua Kondek, Editor Angela Yvonne Jones, Assistant Editor

Volume 22 Includes Cumulative Index Containing References to Who's Who in the Theatre and Who Was Who in the Theatre

The Gale Group DETROIT • SAN FRANCISCO • LONDON • BOSTON • WOODBRIDGE, CT

STAFF

Joshua Kondek, Editor Angela Yvonne Jones, Assistant Editor Nancy A. Edgar, Terry Kosdrosky, Kurt Kuban, Annette Petrusso, Arlene True, Hilary Weber, Carole L. Whitaker, and Pam Zuber, Sketchwriters Christine Tomassini, Editorial Research Consultant James P. Draper, Managing Editor Victoria B. Cariappa, Research Manager Andrew Guy Malonis, Research Specialist Michele P. LaMeau, Barbara McNeil, Maureen Richards, and Gary Oudersluys, Research Specialists Tamara C. Nott, Tracie A. Richardson, Cheryl L. Warnock, and Robert Whaley, Research Associates Patricia Tsune Ballard, Phyllis Blackman, Wendy K. Festerling, and Corrine A. Stocker, Research Assistants

While every effort has been made to ensure the reliability of the information presented in this publication, Gale Group Inc. does not guarantee the accuracy of the data contained herein. Gale accepts no payment for listing, and inclusion in the publication of any organization, agency, institution, publication, service, or individual does not imply endorsement of the editors or publisher. Errors brought to the attention of the publisher and verified to the satisfaction of the publisher will be corrected in future editions.

This publication is a creative work fully protected by all applicable copyright laws, as well as by misappropriation, trade secret, unfair competition, and other applicable laws. The authors and editors of this work have added value to the underlying factual material herein through one or more of the following: unique and original selection, coordination, expression, arrangement, and classification of the information. All rights to this publication will be vigorously defended. Copyright ® 1999 Gale Group 27500 Drake Rd. Farmington Hills, Ml 48331-3535

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Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 84-649371 ISBN 0-7876-3161-2 ISSN 0749-064X Printed in the United States of America

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Contents Preface

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Biographies

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Cumulative Index (Including references to Who's Who in the Theatre and Who Was Who in the Theatre)

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

Scope CTFT covers not only performers, directors, writers, and producers, but also behind-the-scenes specialists such as designers, managers, choreographers, technicians, composers, executives, dancers, and critics from the United States, Canada, Great Britain, and the world. With over 300 entries in CTFT 22, the series now provides biographies on approximately 9,300 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. Entries are compiled from published biographical sources and then mailed to the listees or their agents for review and verification.

Revised Entries To ensure CTFT's timeliness and comprehensiveness, entries from previous volumes, as well as from Gale Research'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.

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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. 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. WRITINCS: 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 and periodicals 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 454010933; 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, Ml 48331-3535; call toll-free at 1-800877-GALE. viii

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television Indicates that a listing has been compiled from secondary sources believed to be reliable, but has not been personally verified for this edition by the listee.

AARON, Caroline 1954PERSONAL Born August 7, 1954, in Richmond, VA. Education: Graduated from Catholic University of America. Career: Actress. Appeared at Eugene O'Neill Playwright's Conference and Berkshire Theatre Festival. Awards, Honors: Dramalogue Award and Helen Hayes Award, both 1994, for The Sisters Rosensweig. CREDITS Film Appearances: Martha, Come Back to the Five & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean, Viacom, 1982. Waitress, Baby, It's You, Paramount, 1983. Makeup woman, Without a Trace, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Randy Sue Carter, The Brother from Another Planet, Cinecom International, 1984. Judith, Heartburn, Paramount, 1986. Janine, O. C. and Stiggs, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1987. Interviewer, Anna, Vestron Pictures/Magnus Films, 1987. Petty Marsh secretary, Working Girl, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. Barbara, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Orion, 1989. Sue, Alice, Orion, 1990. Marge, EdwardSdssorhands, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. Martha Ingels, This Is My Life, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1992. Dinner party guest, Husbands and Wives, TriStar, 1992.

Nancy Osborne, The Pickle, Columbia Home Video, 1993. Voice of Dr. Marcia Fieldstone, Sleepless in Seattle, TriStar, 1993. Voice of hotline caller, Mixed Nuts (also known as Lifesavers), TriStar, 1994. Elaine, A Modern Affair (also known as Mr. #247), Tara Releasing, 1994. Woman in restaurant, Big Night, Samuel Goldwyn, 1996. Louise Finley, House Arrest, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1996. Gallerist, White Lies, Buena Vista, 1996. Doris, Deconstructing Harry, Fine Line Features, 1997. Dinner and Driving, Argonaut Pictures, 1997. Lucille Kaufman, Primary Colors, Universal, 1998. Venessa, There's No Fish Food in Heaven, Storm Entertainment, 1998. Also appeared in Nick of Time. Television Appearances; Movies: Dolly, Dead and Alive—The Race for Gus Farace (also known as Mob Justice), ABC, 1991. Abby, Dad, the Angel, and Me, The Family Channel, 1995. "The Boys Next Door/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1996. Robin Zimmer, Weapons of Mass Distraction, HBO, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Canned Ham: Deconstructing Harry, Comedy Central, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Susan, "God Bless the Child/' Law and Order, NBC, 1991. Valerie Walker, "Point of View/' Law and Order, NBC, 1992.

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Irish, Mad about You, NBC, 1994. Shannon, Empty Nest, NBC, 1994. Mary Pat Lee, Wings, NBC, 1994. Nina, If Not for You (also known as One of Those Things), CBS, 1995. Priscilla, Good Company (also known as The Cube), CBS, 1996. Mary Pat Lee, Wings, NBC, 1996. Judy, Dave's World, CBS, 1996. Dr. Susan Leonard, Early Edition, CBS, 1996. Phyllis, Frasier, NBC, 1997. Rhonda Laskey, "Lawyer, Lawyer/' Lateline, NBC, 1998. Amy, "Al Anonymous/' Lateline, NBC, 1998. Other Television Appearances: Appeared in Urban Anxiety. Stage Appearances: Come Back to the Five & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean, Broadway production, 1982. Maggie Stratton, Tribute, Equity Library Theatre/Master Theatre, New York City, 1984. Cora, The Iceman Cometh, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1985. Standby for Barbara Kahn and Trudy Heyman, 5ocial Security, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1986. Alice, / Never Sang for My Father, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, 1987-88. Rachel Warberg, "Election '84," in Double Feature, Philadelphia Festival Theatre, Philadelphia, PA, 1987-88. Beautiful Bodies, Whole Theatre, Montclair, NJ, 1987-88. Adele, "Self-Torture and Strenuous Exercise," in Marathon '89, Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City, 1988-89. Felicia Dantine, / Hate Hamlet, Walter Kerr Theatre, New York City, 1990-91. Lois, Spine, George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick, NJ, 1992-93. Misconceptions, Theatre Off-Park, New York City, 1993. Maggs Morris, An Imaginary Life, Playwrights Horizons Theatre, New York City, 1993. Gorgeous Teitelbaum, The 5/sters Rosensweig, Center Theatre Group, Ahmanson Theatre/James A. Doolittle Theatre, Los Angeles, 1993-94.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Summer at Bluefish Cove, The Boys Next Door, and Territorial Rites; also appeared in The Heidi Chronicles, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, WA. Major Tours: Gorgeous Teitelbaum, The Sisters Rosensweig, U.S. cities, 1994.*

ABRAHAM, F. Murray 1939(?)(Frank Murray Abraham) PERSONAL Full name, Fahrid Murray Abraham; born October 24, 1939 (some sources say 1940), in Pittsburgh, PA; raised in El Paso, TX; son of Fahrid (a mechanic) and Josephine Abraham; married Kate Hannan, 1962; children: one daughter, one son. Education: Studied drama at the University of Texas at El Paso, 1959-61; studied acting with Uta Hagen at the Herbert Berghof Studio, New York City. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor and director. Arena Stage, Washington, DC, member of the company, 1979-80; Mirror Repertory Company, New York City, member of the company, 1985-86; Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, Brooklyn, New York City, professor, beginning in 1985; member of street theatre groups, New York City, including Off-Center Theatre; member of Theatreworks, Inc. Appeared in advertisements, including television commercials for Fruit of the Loom. Also billed as Frank Murray Abraham. Member: Actors' Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Obie Award, best performance, 1984, for Uncle Vanya; Academy Award, best actor, Golden Globe Award, best actor in a drama, Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, best actor (with Albert Finney), and Albert Schweitzer Award for classic film acting, all 1985, for/Amac/eus; honorary doctorate, Rider College. CREDITS

Appeared on Broadway in Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune; appeared off-Broadway in Flying Blind, Good Bargains, The House of Bernarda Alba, Last

Film Appearances: Clyde, They Might Be Giants, Universal, 1971.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Detective Levy, Serpico, Paramount, 1974. Cab driver, The Prisoner of Second Avenue, Warner Bros., 1975. Mechanic, The Sunshine Boys, United Artists, 1975. Detective Rafferty, All the President's Men, Warner Bros., 1976. Chris, The Ritz, Warner Bros., 1976. Eppis, The Big Fix, Universal, 1978. Cohen, Madman, [Israel], 1978. Omar, Scarface, Universal, 1983. Antonio Salieri, Amadeus, Orion, 1985. Bernardo Gui, The Name of the Rose (also known as Der Name der Rose, Le nom de la rose, and // nome delta rosa), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986. Narrator, On the Wing (short film; documentary), The Smithsonian Institution, 1986. Father Carafa, Russicum i giorni del diavolo (also known as Russicum and The Third Solution), Columbia, 1988. Dr. Harry Bertram, Personal Choice (also known as Beyond the Stars), Five Star Entertainment, 1988. Abdul Hamid, La nuit du sera/7 (also known as The Favorite and Intimate Power), Ascona Films, 1989. The performance artist, Performance Pieces, 1989. Virgil Cane, An Innocent Man (also known as Hard Rain), Buena Vista, 1989. f ye of the Widow (also known as L'Oeil de la veuve), 1989. Cornelius, Slipstream, Virgin Home Entertainment, 1990. Abe Weiss, Bonfire of the Vanities, Warner Bros., 1990. Ozraine, La batalla e los tres reyes, [Spain, Morocco, and Italy], 1990. Captain Garcia, Cadence (also known as Count a Lonely Cadence and Stockade), Republic Pictures, 1991. Arnold Rothstein, Mobsters (also known as The Evil Empire), Universal, 1991. Will Scarlet, Money, [France, Canada, Italy, and the Netherlands], 1991. Harold Leacher, National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1, New Line Cinema, 1993. Mr. Zargo, 5weet Killing, Paramount Home Video, 1993. Lucien Haslans, L'Affaire (also known as The Case), [France], 1994. Wolfe, Sr., Surviving the Came, New Line Cinema, 1994. Older Seit, Jamila, 1994. Dr. Scalinger, Nostradamus (also known as Nostradamus—Prophezeiungen des Schreckens), Orion Classics, 1994.

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Chess hustler, Fresh, Miramax, 1994. Greek chorus leader, Mighty Aphrodite, Buena Vista/ Miramax, 1995. Al Capone, Dillinger and Capone, New Horizons Home Video, 1995. Al Capone, Baby Face Nelson, New Horizons Home Video, 1995. Josef Stalin, Children of the Revolution, Miramax, 1996. Looking for Richard, Fox Searchlight Pictures, 1996. Dr. Gates, Mimic (also known asjudus), Dimension Films, 1997. Belisario, Vacation in Hell (also known as Una vacanza all'inferno), Buena Vista, 1997. Eruption (also known as Volcano Run), Concorde/ New Horizons, 1997. The New Adventures of Laurel and Hardy: For Love or Mummy, Coast Entertainment, 1998. Ru'afo, 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, and Star Trek: Transcendence), Paramount, 1998. Also appeared in And Quiet Flows the Don. Television Appearances; Series: Joshua Browne, How to Survive a Marriage, NBC, 1974. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Jacopo, Marco Polo, [Italy], 1982. Abraham Lincoln, Dream West, CBS, 1986. L'lnnominato, / promessi sposi (also known as The Betrothed), 1988. Voice characterization, The West (also known as The Way West), PBS, 1995. Colonel Caleb Cobb, Dead Man's Walk (also known as Larry McMurtry's Dead Man's Walk), ABC, 1996. Television Appearances; Movies: Duke Skaggs, Sex and the Married Woman, 1977. The First Circle, CBC, 1991. Pope Julius II, Michelangelo: A Season of Giants (also known as A Season of Giants), TNT, 1991. Jim Sullivan, Color of Justice, Showtime, 1997. Tommaso Buscetta, Cadaver/ eccellenti (also known as Excellent Cadavers, Falcone, and Ne//a terra degli infedeli), HBO, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: Patrick Henry, The Blessings of Liberty, ABC, 1987.

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"The House I Live In," In Performance at the White House, PBS, 1989. Host, "Bluebeard's Castle," The Metropolitan Opera Presents, PBS, 1989. Host, "The Barber of Seville," The Metropolitan Opera Presents, PBS, 1989. Host, "Aida," The Metropolitan Opera Presents, PBS, 1989. Host, "Der Ringdes Nibelungen," The Metropolitan Opera Presents, PBS, 1990. Professor Leopold Nettles, "Largo Desolato" (also known as "Vaclav Havel's Largo Desolato"), Great Performances, PBS, 1990. Host, Great Moments from the Met, PBS, 1990. Narrator, "The Little Match Girl," HBO Storybook Musicals, HBO, 1990. Host, "The Magic Flute," The Metropolitan Opera Presents, PBS, 1991. Host, "Semiramide," The Metropolitan Opera Presents, PBS, 1991. Host, "A Masked Ball from the Metropolitan Opera," Great Performances, PBS, 1991. Narrator, "Hawaii: Strangers in Paradise," National Geographic Specials, PBS, 1991. Narrator, Prisoners of the Brain (also known as The Infinite Voyage and Drugs and the Brain), PBS, 1991. Host, "The Girl of the Golden West from the Metropolitan Opera," Great Performances, PBS, 1992. Through an Open Window, Bravo, 1994. Narrator, Nile: River of Gods, The Discovery Channel, 1995. Narrator, "Great White Shark," National Geographic Specials, NBC, 1995. Narrator, "Puma: Lion of the Andes" (also known as "Puma: Grey Ghost of Patagonia"), National Geographic Specials, NBC, 1996. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 57th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1985. Presenter, The 58th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1986. The 40th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1986. Television Appearances; Episodic: Unemployment case worker, All in the Family, CBS, 1971. TheAndros Targets, CBS, 1977. "Silas Marner," Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1987. Narrator, "Einstein Revealed," Nova, PBS, 1996. Appeared as Big Tony, Kojak, CBS; also appeared in Love of Life, CBS.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Television Appearances; Pilots: Dr. Tony Menzies, A.E.S. Hudson Street, ABC, 1978. Other Television Appearances: Acky, Nightside, 1973. Narrator, Damned in Paradise, PBS, 1985. Professor Harlech, Journey to the Center of the Earth, 1993. Stage Appearances: Mr. Shumway, The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit, Coronet Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1965. The actor, The Fantasticks, Sullivan Street Playhouse, New York City, 1966-68. Jonathan, Tonight in Living Color, Actors' Playhouse, New York City, 1967. Player A, Adaptation Next, 13th Street Theatre, New York City, 1967. Rudin, The Man in the Glass Booth, Royale Theatre, New York City, 1968. The reverend, Little Murders, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1969. Bummer, The Last Chance Saloon, La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, New York City, 1970. The monsignor, The Survival of St. Joan, Phyllis Anderson Theatre, New York City, 1971. Cab driver and fairy queen, Where Has Tommy Flowers Gone?, Playhouse 74, New York City, 1971. Expectant father, 6 Rms Riv Vu, Helen Hayes Theatre, New York City, 1972-73. Harold, Scuba Duba, Studio Arena Theatre, Buffalo, NY, 1973. Roy Pitt, "Ravenswood," and Mr. Blum, "Dunelawn," Bad Habits (two one-act plays), Astor Place Theatre, then Booth Theatre, both New York City, 1974. Chris, The Ritz, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1975-76. Jesse Lymburner, Legend, Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1976. Bernard Litko, Sexual Perversity in Chicago (doublebill with Duck Variations), Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1976-77. Captain Marvin Holahan, Landscape of the Body, Public/Newman Theatre, New York City, 1977. The master, The Master and Margarita, Public Theatre/LuEsther Hall, New York City, 1978. Demon, Teibele and Her Demon, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, 1978-79. Alchonon, Teibele and Her Demon, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1979-80. Title role, Cyrano de Bergerac, Center Stage Mainstage, Baltimore, MD, 1979-80. Dorn, The Sea Gull, Public/Newman Theatre, 1980.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Player man, Window, Time and Space Ltd. Theatre, New York City, 1980. Davies, The Caretaker, Roundabout Theatre/Stage One, New York City, 1981. Creon, Antigone, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre/Martinson Hall, New York City, 1982. Astrov, Uncle Vanya, La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, 1983. The rabbi of Prague, The Golem, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre/Central Park, New York City, 1984. The rag picker, Madwoman of Chaillot, Theatre at St. Peter's Church, New York City, 1985. Shakespeare on Broadway in the Schools, New York Shakespeare Festival, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1986. Malvolio, Twelfth Night, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre/Central Park, 1986. Title role, Macbeth, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre/Central Park, 1987. Johnny, Frankie and ]ohnny in the Claire de Lune, Space II Theatre, New York City, 1987. Othello, Riverside Shakespeare Company, Soldier and Sailors Monument, New York City, 1987. Bottom, A Midsummer Night's Dream, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public/Anspacher Theatre, New York City, 1987-88. Pozzo, Waiting for Godot, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York City, 1988. Title role, King Lear, American Repertory Theatre, Loeb Drama Center, Cambridge, MA, 1991. Roy Cohn, Angels in America: Perestroika, Walter Kerr Theatre, New York City, 1993-94. Ignaty Ilich Shpigelsky, A Month in the Country, Criterion Theatre/Center Stage Right, New York City, 1995. Lyman Feld, The Ride down Mount Morgan, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, 1996. Hermocrates, Triumph of Love, Royale Theatre, 1997-

98. Appeared off-Broadway in A Life in the Theatre; appeared in The Goodbye People, Westport Country Playhouse, Westport, CT; also appeared in Biting the Apple, Blessing, The David Show, The Dog Ran Away, Fables, The Fourteenth Dictator, The Miracle Play, An Opening in the Trees, Richard III, and Young Abe Lincoln. Stage Work: Director of No Smoking Please, Time and Space Ltd. Theatre.

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Major Tours: Father, Don't Drink the Water, U.S. cities, 1966-67. . . . And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little, U.S. cities, 1972. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, March 21, 1997, p. 92. New Republic, September 16, 1996, p. 30. Texas Monthly, July, 1997, p. 26.*

ABRAHAM, Frank Murray See ABRAHAM, F.Murray

ALLEN, Phillip R.

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Full name, Phillip Richard Allen; born March 26, 1939, in Pittsburgh, PA; son of Frank Zulawski and Helen (Sarna) Allen; married Joan Snyder, February 17, 1974; children: Keegan. Education: Graduate of the Carnegie Institute of Technology (now CarnegieMellon University); studied acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse, New York City, 1960-61. Addresses: /Agent—Artists Agency, 10000 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 305, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actor. Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Actors' Equity Association. Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Award and New York Critics Award, both 1972, for Sticks and Bones; Drama Critics Award, 1974, for Are You There or Have You Ever Been?; Drama Critics Award nomination, 1974, for That Championship Season. CREDITS Film Appearances: Interplay, 1970. Midway (also known as The Battle of Midway), Universal, 1976. Browne, Special Delivery, American International Pictures, 1976.

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District attorney Marshall Schulman, The Onion Field, Avco-Embassy, 1979. The Lady in Red (also known as Guns, Sin and Bathtub Gin), New World, 1979. Pepsi executive, Mommie Dearest, Paramount, 1981. Captain Esteban, 5tar Trek III: The Search for Spock, Paramount, 1984. Reunion, Castle Hill, 1989. Television Appearances; Series: Harry Gibbon, The Hardy Boys Mysteries, ABC, 1978-79. Roy Turner, The Bad News Bears, CBS, 1979-80. Mitch Aames, Alice, CBS, 1981-82. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Walter Tulloch, Washington: Behind Closed Doors, ABC, 1977. Television Appearances; Movies: Commander Hanratty, Trapped beneath the Sea, ABC, 1974. Detective Bell, The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case, NBC, 1976. Sergeant Manuel Gris, Helter Skelter, CBS, 1976. Mr. Bernards, Mary jane Harper Cried Last Night, CBS, 1977. Dr. Russo, A Family Upside Down, NBC, 1978. William Kane, More Than Friends, ABC, 1978. Gersh, The Child Stealer, ABC, 1979. Ralph Jenner, Friendly Fire, ABC, 1979. Colonel Perry, A Rumor of War, CBS, 1980. Dr. Brockton, Blinded by the Light, CBS, 1980. Commissioner WiIkie, The Big Black Pill (also known as/oe Dancer), NBC, 1981. Jimmy Bowford, Honeyboy, NBC, 1982. Dean Laurents, An Uncommon Love, CBS, 1983. Eric Gregory, Midas Valley, ABC, 1985. Leon Toner, In Self Defense (also known as Armed Response and HO//OW Point), ABC, 1987. Ted Roberts, A Very Brady Christmas, CBS, 1988. A Brand New Life, 1989. Hendrick, The Last to Co, 1991. Lieutenant Williams, Mortal Sins, 1992. Jake Herschel, Marilyn and Bobby: Her Final Affair, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: Police Story, NBC, 1974. Dr. Frank Walburn, "My Business Is Shrinking/' The Bob Newhart Show, CBS, 1974. Get Christie Love!, ABC, 1975. ]oe Forrester, NBC, 1975.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Gus Brubaker, "Mary Richards: Producer/' The Mary Tyler Moore Show, CBS, 1975. Gus Brubaker, "Mary's Delinquent/' The Mary Tyler Moore Show, CBS, 1975. Dr. Frank Walburn, "Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time," The Bob Newhart Show, CBS, 1975. Most Wanted, ABC, 1976. Tim Rossiter, "Monkey Is Back," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1976. Kojak, CBS, 1977. Eight Is Enough, ABC, 1977. Lou Grant, CBS, 1977. Forever Fernwood, syndicated, 1977. Baretta, ABC, 1977. Husbands, Wives and Lovers, CBS, 1978. Black Sheep Squadron, NBC, 1978. Hagen, CBS, 1979. Benson, ABC, 1983. Boyd, "Sandcastles," The Fall Guy, ABC, 1984. The Bronx Zoo, NBC, 1986. The New Mike Hammer, CBS, 1987. Out of This World, syndicated, 1987. Da//as, CBS, 1988. Matlock, NBC, 1989. "Champagne High," 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1989. "The Torrents of Greed," Law and Order, NBC, 1991. Television Appearances; Pilots: Captain Robinson, Snafu, NBC, 1976. Brad Wooly, Sheila, CBS, 1977. Robert Benjamin, The Six of Us, NBC, 1982. Stage Appearances: Cafe Chino, Triangle Theatre, New York City, 1965. Understudy, Adaptation/Next, Greenwich Mews Theatre, New York City, 1969-70. "Quietus," Two by Paul Austin, Theatre at St. Clement's Church, New York City, 1972. Sticks and Bones, 1972. Tom Daley, That Championship Season, New York Shakespeare Festival, New York City, 1973-74. Are You There or Have You Ever Been?, 1974. Desert Fire, Los Angeles Public Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1983. Ben Weeks, The Normal Heart, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre/LuEsther Hall, New York City, 1985. Rain from Heaven, Los Angeles Public Theatre, 1987. Vision: Plays and Playwrights That Changed the Theatre! Thirteen Plays in Repertory, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1989-90. 50/60 Vision, Mark Taper Forum, 1990. Zoo Story, 1990.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Major Tours: Contestant, Adaptation/Next, U.S. cities, 1969-70. Dr. Lyman Sanderson, Harvey, U.S. cities, 1971. Tom Daley, That Championship Season, U.S. cities, 1973-74.*

ANDERSON, Eddie See ANDERSON, Eddie "Rochester"

AN DERSON, Eddie "Rochester" 1905-1977 (Eddie Anderson) PERSONAL Original name, Edward Anderson; born September 18, 1905, in Oakland, CA; died of a heart ailment, February 28,1977, in Los Angeles, CA; son of circus aerial performers. Career: Actor. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Rochester, The Jack Benny Program (also known as The Jack Benny Show), CBS, 1950-64, NBC, 1964-65. Voice of Bobby Joe Mason, The Harlem Globetrotters (animated), CBS, 1970-72. Television Appearances; Specials: "Green Pastures/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1957. Jack Benny's 20th Anniversary, NBC, 1970. Performer in archival footage, Entertaining the Troops (documentary), PBS, 1989. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Pinch That Penny/' Bachelor Father, ABC, 1962. "The Last of the Private Eyes/' The Dick Powell Show, NBC, 1963. "Magnificent Thief/' It Takes a Thief, ABC, 1968. "Love and the Hustler," Love, American Style, ABC, 1969. Film Appearances: James, What Price Hollywood?, RKO, 1932. Waiter, Hat Check Girl, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1932. Swipe, Two in a Crowd, Universal, 1936. Moses, Three Men on a Horse, Warner Bros., 1936.

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Man, Show Boat, Universal, 1936. Doctor, Rainbow on the River (also known as It Happened in New Orleans), RKO, 1936. The Music Goes 'round, Columbia, 1936. Noah, Green Pastures, Warner Bros., 1936. Glory, White Bondage, Warner Bros., 1937. Henry Bangs, One Mile from Heaven, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1937. Henry Clay Washington, On Such a Night, Paramount, 1937. Exodus Johnson, Melody for Two, Warner Bros., 1937. William, Over the Goal, Warner Bros., 1937. Bill Cracks Down, Republic, 1937. Porter, Public Wedding, Warner Bros., 1937. Love Is News, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1937. Janitor, Thanks for the Memory, Paramount, 1938. William, Strange Faces, Universal, 1938. Dreamboat, Reckless Living, Universal, 1938. Groom, Kentucky, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1938. Groom, Going Places, Warner Bros., 1938. William, Exposed, Universal, 1938. Gros Bat, Jezebel, Warner Bros., Warner Bros., 1938. Doorman, Gold Diggers in Paris (also known as The Gay Imposters), Warner Bros., 1938. (As Eddie Anderson) Donald, You Can't Jake It with You, Columbia, 1938. Convict, You Can't Get Away with Murder, Warner Bros., 1939. Rochester, Man about Town, Paramount, 1939. Washington, Honolulu, Metro-Go Id wyn-M ay er, 1939. Cheerful, You Can't Cheat an Honest Man, Universal, 1939. (As Eddie Anderson) Uncle Peter, Gone with the Wind, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1939. Rochester, Love Thy Neighbor, Paramount, 1940. Rochester, Buck Benny Rides Again, Paramount, 1940. George, Kiss the Boys Goodbye, Paramount, 1941. Louey, Birth of the Blues, Paramount, 1941. Chauffeur, Topper Returns, United Artists, 1941. Reverend Lazarus, Tales of Manhattan (also known as Stars over Manhattan), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1942. Himself, Star Spangled Rhythm, Paramount, 1942. Stormy Weather, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1943. Himself, Show Business at War (also known as The March of Time, Volume IX, Issue 10; short film; documentary), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1943. Shufro, The Meanest Man in the World, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1943. Little Joe Jackson, Cabin in the Sky, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1943. Rochester, What's Buzzin', Cousin?, Columbia, 1943.

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Eddie, Broadway Rhythm, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1944. Harry, The Sailor Takes a Wife, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1945. Newton H. Newton, / Love a Bandleader (also known as Memory for Two), Columbia, 1945. Jackson, Brewster's Millions, United Artists, 1945. Rochester, The Show-Off, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1946. Voice characterization, The Mouse That Jack Built (animated short film), Warner Bros., 1959. First cab driver, It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, United Artists, 1963. Radio Appearances; Series: The Jack Benny Program, NBC 1937-48, CBS, 194855. Stage Appearances: Appeared in vaudeville productions.*

ANGELOPOULOS, Theo 1936(?)(Theodoros Angelopoulos) PERSONAL Born April 27, 1936 (some sources say April 17, 1935, or 1939), in Athens, Greece; son of Spyridon and Katerina (Krassaki) Angelopoulos; married Phoebe Economopoulou, 1980; children: three daughters. Education: Studied law at the University of Athens and literature at the Sorbonne, the University of Paris; also attended the Institut des Hautes Etudes Commerciales, Paris, France. Politics: Leftist. Addresses: Office—18 Solomon St., 106 82 Athens, Greece. Career: Director, producer, writer, and actor. Demokratiki Allaghi (newspaper), Greece, journalist and critic, 1965. Awards, Honors: Best Foreign Film Award, Hyeres Film Festival, George Sadoul Award, and five awards, Thessaloniki Film Festival, all 1970, for Reconstruction; award from the International Federation of the Cinematographic Press, 1973, for Days of 36; Critics Prize, Cannes International Film Festival, 1975, for The Travelling Players; Golden Hugo Award, Chicago Film Festival, 1978, for The Huntsmen; three awards, Venice Film Festival, 1980, for Alexander the Great; awards for best screenplay (with T. Valtinos

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 and Tonino Guerra), Cannes International Film Festival and International Federation of the Cinematographic Press, both 1984, for Journey to Cythera; Silver Lion Award and OCIC Award, Venice Film Festival, 1988, European Felix Award for best picture, 1989, and two awards, Chicago Film Festival, all for Landscape in the Mist; Grand Jury Prize, Cannes International Film Festival, 1995, for Ulysses' Gaze; Golden Palm Award, Cannes International Film Festival, 1998, for Mia eoniotita ke mia mera; other honors include awards from the British Film Institute and the Figueira da Foz Film Festival; named a chevalier des Arts et des Lettres, France; retrospective of work held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. CREDITS Film Work: Director, Formix Story, 1965. Director, The Transmission (short film; also known as Broadcast and Ekpombi), 1968. (As Theodores Angelopoulos) Director, Reconstruction (also known as Anaparastassis and Resurrect/on of a Crime), Saminitis, 1970. Director, Days of 36 (also known as Meres tou 36), Finos Film, 1972. (As Theodores Angelopoulos) Director, The Travelling Players (also known as The Traveling Players and O thiassos), Kino International, 1975. Director, The Huntsmen (also known as The Hunters and / Kynighi), [Greece], 1977. Director, Alexander the Great (also known as Alessandro il Grande, Megaleksandros, and O Megalexandros), [Greece and Italy], 1980. Director, /Athens (short film), 1983. Producer and director, Journey to Cythera, (also known as Voyage to Cythera, Voyage to Kythera, and Taxidi sta Kithira), Greek Film Centre, 1984. Producer and director, The Beekeeper (also known as O melissokomos), Greek Film Centre, 1986. Producer and director, Landscape in the Mist (also known as Paesagg/o ne//a nebbia, Paysage dans le brouillard, and Topio stin omichli), Angelopoulos/Paradis Films, 1988. Producer and director, The Suspended Step of the Stork (also known as Le pas suspendu de la cigogne and To meteoro vima tou pelargou), Angelopoulos/Bruno Pesery, 1991. (As Theodores Angelopoulos) Producer and director, Ulysses' Gaze (also known as The Gaze of Odysseus, The Look of Ulysses, Le regard d'Ulysse, Lo sguardo di Ulisse, and To vlemma tou Odyssea), Atalanta Films, 1995.

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Featured director, Lumiere and Company (documentary; also known as Lumiere et compagnie and Lumiere y compania), Pierre Grise Distribution, 1995. Executive producer, Port Djema, Orly Films, 1997. Producer and director, Mia eoniotita ke mia mera (also known as Eternity and a Day, Eternite du jour, and L'Eternita e un g/orno), Angelopoulos/ Paradis Films, 1998.

Mia eoniotita ke mia mera (also known as Eternity and a Day, Eternite du jour, and L'Eternita e un g/orno), Angelopoulos/Paradis Films, 1998.

Film Appearances: (As Theodoros Angelopoulos) Member of a film crew, Reconstruction (also known as Anaparastassis and Resurrection of a Crime), Saminitis, 1970. The Beekeeper (also known as O melissokomos), Greek Film Centre, 1986. Enas melissokomos petheni—O alles mythos (also known as L'Apiculteur and // vo/o), 1986.

ANGELOPOULOS, Theodoros See ANGELOPOULOS, Theo

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Himself, L'Heritage de la chouette (also known as The Owl's Legacy), [France], 1989. WRITINGS Screenplays: Days of 36 (also known as Meres tou 36), Finos Film, 1972. (As Theodoros Angelopoulos) The Travelling Players (also known The Traveling Players and O thiassos), Kino International, 1975. Alexander the Great (also known as Alessandro il Grande, Megaleksandros, and O Megalexandros), [Greece and Italy], 1980. (With Tonino Guerra and T. Valtinos) Journey to Cythera, (also known as Voyage to Cythera, Voyage to Kythera, and Taxidi sta Kithira) Greek Film Centre, 1984. The Beekeeper (also known as O Melissokomos), Greek Film Centre, 1986. (With Tonino Guerra and T. Valtinos) Landscape in the Mist (also known as Paesaggio nella nebbia, Paysage dans le brouillard, and Top/o st/n omichli), Angelopoulos/Paradis Films, 1988. (With Tonino Guerra, T. Valtinos, and Petros Markaris) The Suspended Step of the Stork (also known as Le pas suspendu de la cigogne and To meteoro vima tou pelargou), Angelopoulos/ Bruno Pesery, 1991. (As Theodoros Angelopoulos) Ulysses' Gaze (also known as The Gaze of Odysseus, The Look of Ulysses, Le regard d'Ulysse, Lo sguardo di Ulisse, and To vlemma tou Odyssea), Atalanta Films, 1995.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Film Comment, November, 1990, pp. 32-43.*

ARKUSH, Allan

1948PERSONAL

Born April 30, 1948, in Jersey City, NJ. Education: Attended Franklin & Marshall and New York University film school. Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Director, producer, screenwriter and actor. New World Pictures, film music and trailer editor, 1974-79. Directed music videos with Bette Midler, Mick Jagger, Elvis Costello, and Christine McVie. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, best director—drama series, 1987, for "I Am Curious— Maddie," Moonlighting; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding director for a comedy series, 1998, for "Cro-Magnon/' Ally McBeal. CREDITS Film Director, Except Where Indicated: (With Joe Dante) And co-editor, Hollywood Boulevard, New World, 1976. Second unitdirector, Grand Theft Auto, New World, 1977. (With Henry Suso) And associate editor, Deathsport, New World, 1978. And story writer, Rock 'N' Roll High School, New World, 1979. Heartbeeps, Universal, 1981. Get Crazy (also known as Flip Out), Embassy, 1983. Caddyshack II, Warner Bros., 1988. Film Appearances: Cannonball (also known as Carquake), New World, 1976.

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Roger Gorman: Hollywood's Wild Angel, 1978. Mr. Sinatra, Caged Fear (also known as Hotel Oklahoma), 1992.

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Television Work; Series: Producer, Capital News (also known as Power House), ABC, 1990. Co-executive producer, Parenthood, NBC, 1990. Supervising producer, Shannon's Deal, NBC, 199091. Executive producer, Moon over Miami (also known as Do the Strand), ABC, 1993. Co-executive producer, CPW (also known as Centra/ Park West), CBS, 1995. Television Director, Except Where Indicated; Movies: Shake, Rattle and Rock (also known as Rebel Highway), Showtime, 1994. And co-executive producer, XXX's & OOO's, CBS, 1994. Young at Heart (also known as Hoboken), CBS, 1995. Elvis Meets Nixon, Showtime, 1997. Director and co-executive producer of Desert Breeze. Television Director; Miniseries: The Temptations, NBC, 1998. Television Director, Except Where Indicated; Pilots: The Bronx Zoo, NBC, 1987. Shannon's Deal, NBC, 1990. And co-executive producer, Parenthood, NBC, 1990. And executive producer, Moon over Miami (also known as Do the Strand), ABC, 1993. Television Director; Episodic:

"The Misfortune Cookie/' Twilight Zone, 1986. ]ohnnyBago, CBS, 1993. CPW (also known as Central Park West), CBS, 1995. "Remember," The Visitor, Fox, 1997. "A Rip in Time," Timecop, ABC, 1997. Players, NBC, 1997. "Cro-Magnon," Ally McBeal, Fox, 1997. Dawson's Creek, The WB, 1998. Also directed episodes of Fame, St. Elsewhere, LA. Law, Moonlighting (including the episode "I Am Curious— Maddie"), Tattinger's, Mann and Machine, I'll Fly Away, The Middle Ages, and Body of Evidence. Television Director; Specials: Summer, CBS, 1984.*

Born March 6, 1959, in Ottumwa, IA; son of Jack and Linda (maiden name, Collier) Arnold; married Roseanne Barr (a comedian and actress), January 20, 1990 (divorced, 1994); married Julie Champnella, July 22,1995. Education: Attended Indian Hills Community College and University of Iowa. Religion: Jewish. Addresses: /Agent—John Burnham, William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Comedian, writer, producer, and actor. Worked in a meat-packing plant, 1977-80; worked odd jobs and performed as a stand-up comedian, 1980-88. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Arnie, Roseanne, ABC, 1989-94. Jackie Thomas, The Jackie Thomas Show, ABC, 1992-

93. Tom Graham, Tom, CBS, 1994. Tom Amross, The Tom Show, The WB, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, "The Best Man/' The Ben Stiller Show, Fox, 1992. Host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1992. Himself, "Performance Artist/' The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1993. Billy "Baggs" Boggs, Days of Our Lives, 1994. Billy "Baggs" Boggs, General Hospital, ABC, 1994. Jack, Brotherly Love, The WB, 1995. Chuck Rooney/Nancy Carver Hill, "I Found My Thrill On Nancy Carver Hill," High Society, CBS, 1996. Tom Devanney, Malcolm & Eddie, UPN, 1996. Host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1996. "Roseanne: Tabloids, Trash & Truth/' Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Himself, The Naked Truth, NBC, 1997. Himself, "Joshua," Space Ghost Coast to Coast, Cartoon Network, 1998. Himself, "A Prayer for the Lying," LA. Doctors, CBS, 1998. Voice, Disney's Hercules (animated), ABC and syndicated, 1998. Also appeared on Loveline, MTV.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Television Appearances; Movies: Howard Peterman, Backfield in Motion, ABC, 1991. Jack, The Woman Who Loved Elvis (also known as Graced Land and Grace/and), ABC, 1993. 1st Man, John Carpenter Presents Body Bags, Showtime, 1993. Al Oliver, National Lampoon's Coif Punks, Fox, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: Husband Tom, The Roseanne Barr Show, ABC, 1987. Super Bloopers and New Practical Jokes, N BC, 1990. Mary Hart Presents: Love in the Public Eye, syndicated, 1990. America's All-Star Tribute to Oprah Winfrey, ABC, 1990. The 4th Annual American Comedy Awards, ABC, 1990. Tom Arnold: The Naked Truth, HBO, 1991. Bob Hope and Friends: Making New Memories (also known as Bob Hope's First Time with ...), NBC, 1991. Tom Arnold: The Naked Truth 2, HBO, 1992. The Search for the New Ideal Man, ABC, 1992. Sandra after Dark, with Your Hostess, Sandra Bernhard, HBO, 1992. Roseanne and Tom: Getting Away with It (also known as Roseanne: Behind the Scenes), HBO, 1992. Comic Relief V, HBO, 1992. Class Clowns, ABC, 1992. American Bandstand 40th Anniversary Special, ABC, 1992. Voice of Buddy, The Rosey and Buddy Show, ABC, 1992. The 44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Fox, 1992. Host, Free to Laugh: A Comedy and Music Special for Amnesty International, Lifetime, 1992. Grand marshal, The 61st Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade, syndicated, 1992. Willie Nelson, The Big Six-O: An All-Star Birthday Celebration, CBS, 1993. The Return of TV's Censored Bloopers, NBC, 1993. Edna Time, Fox, 1993. 50th Annual Golden Globe Awards, TBS, 1993. The 2nd Annual Saturday Night Live Mother's Day Special, NBC, 1993. The /9th Annual People's Choice Awards, CBS, 1993. Tom Arnold: The Naked Truth 3, HBO, 1993. Host, Farm Aid VI, TNN, 1993. Host, Bob Hope: The First Ninety Years, NBC, 1993. One on One with Magic Johnson, Fox, 1994.

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The Making of "True Lies'", Fox, 1994. Host, Planet Hollywood Salutes the Top 10 Comedy Movies of All Time, Fox, 1995. The ESPY Awards, 1996. Presenter, Family Film Awards, 1996. Presenter, The 53rd Annual Golden Globe Awards, 1996. Correspondent, Not Necessarily the Elections, HBO, 1996. Who Makes You Laugh? 2, ABC, 1997. MDA jerry Lewis Telethon (also known as The 32nd /Anniversary MDA ]erry Lewis Labor Day Telethon), syndicated, 1997. Las Vegas/, Travel Channel, 1997. Grand marshall, The 1997, Hollywood Christmas Parade, 1997. Presenter, The 11th Annual Kids' Choice Awards, 1998. Television Executive Producer, Except Where Indicated; Series: (With others) and writing supervisor, Roseanne, ABC, 1990-94. Little Rosey (also known as Little Rosie and Little Roseanne; animated series), ABC, 1990. And creator, The Jackie Thomas Show, ABC, 1992-

93. And creator, Tom, CBS, 1994. The Tom Show, The WB, 1997. Television Executive Producer, Except Where Indicated; Specials: Tom Arnold: The Naked Truth, HBO, 1991. Roseanne Barr Live From Trump Castle (also known as Roseanne Arnold Live at Trump Castle), HBO, 1991. Tom Arnold: The Naked Truth 2, HBO, 1992. And creator, The Rosey and Buddy Show (animated), ABC, 1992. And director, Roseanne Arnold, 1992. Tom Arnold: The Naked Truth 3, HBO, 1993. Television Executive Producer; Movies: The Woman Who Loved Elvis, ABC, 1993. Film Appearances: Childless Man, Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (also known as A Nightmare on Elm Street 6), New Line Cinema, 1991. Chick, Hero (also known as Accidental Hero), Columbia, 1992. Vern Newman, Undercover Blues (also known as Cloak and Diaper), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1993.

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(Uncredited) Golfer, Coneheads, Paramount, 1993. Albert "Gib" Gibson, True Lies, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1994. Marty Dwyer, 9 Months, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1995. Roscoe "Fang" Biggers, Big Bully, Warner Bros., 1995. Franklin Laszlo, Carpool, Warner Bros., 1996. Stanley Stupid, The Stupids, New Line Cinema, 1996. Danny, Hacks (also known as Sink or Swim), Rigorous Productions, 1997. August Murray, Touch, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1997. Lieutenant Commander Quinton McHale, McHale's Navy, Universal, 1997. (Uncredited) Guy in bathroom, Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, New Line Cinema, 1997. Voice of Jay, Buster & Chauncey's Silent Night (animated), Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1998. The League (also known as Any Given Sunday, Gridiron, Monday Night, On Any Given Sunday, and Playing Hurt), Warner Bros., 1999. Marty, The Day October Died, 1999. Shepherd, 1999. Film Work: Co-executive producer, McHale's Navy, Universal, 1997.

People Weekly, November 18, 1991; November 25, 1991; July 20, 1992; April 21,1997, p. 102; May 5, 1997, p. 152. Playboy, June, 1995, p. 144. Redbook, November, 1989. Time, August 14, 1995, p. 71. Us, February, 1993.*

ARQUETTE, Patricia 1968PERSONAL Born April 8, 1968, in Chicago, IL; raised in Virginia and California; daughter of Lewis (an actor) and Brenda (some sources say Mardi; an actress, poet, teacher and therapist) Arquette; sister of Roseanna Arquette (an actress), and David, Richmond, and Alexis Arquette (all actors); married Nicolas Cage (an actor), April 8,1995; children: (with Paul Rossi) Enzo. Addresses: /Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Fifth Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 902122401. Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: CableACE Award, best actress in a movie or miniseries, 1991, for Wildflower.

WRITINGS CREDITS Television Writer; Specials: Tom Arnold: The Naked Truth, HBO, 1991. Roseanne Barr Live From Trump Castle (also known as Roseanne Arnold Live at Trump Castle), HBO, 1991. Tom Arnold: The Naked Truth 2, HBO, 1992. Tom Arnold: The Naked Truth 3, HBO, 1993. Television Writer; Episodic: Roseanne, ABC, 1988-91. The Jackie Thomas Show, ABC, 1992-93. Tom, CBS, 1994. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Cosmopolitan, July, 1995, p. 136. Entertainment Weekly, July 28,1995, p. 10; May 23, 1997, p. 12. Esquire, April, 1992. Life, March, 1990.

Film Appearances: Kristen Parker, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, New Line Cinema, 1987. Zero, Pretty Smart, New World, 1987. Lucy, Time Out, Obel, 1988. Jilly, Far North, Alive, 1988. Voice, Uncle Buck, 1989. Dorothy, The Indian Runner, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ Pathe, 1991. Casey, Prayer of the Rollerboys, Academy Entertainment, 1991. La domenica specialmente (also known as Especially on Sunday), 1991. Mattie Silver, Ethan Frome, Miramax, 1993. Grace Zetterland, Inside Monkey Zetterland, IRS Releasing, 1993. Kit Califano, Trouble Bound, ITC Entertainment Group, 1993. Alabama Whitman, True Romance, Warner Bros., 1993. Havana, Holy Matrimony, Buena Vista, 1994.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Kathy, Ed Wood, Buena Vista, 1994. Laura Bowman, Beyond Rangoon, Columbia, 1995. Winnie Verloc, Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Arline Greenbaum, Infinity, First Look Pictures, 1996. Nancy Coplin, Flirting with Disaster, Miramax, 1996. Renee Madison/Alice Wakefield, Lost Highway, October Films, 1997. Sandra Dunmore, Coodbye, Lover, Warner Bros., 1998. Katherine, Nightwatch, Dimension Films, 1998. Mona Birk, The Hi-Lo Country, Gramercy Pictures, 1998. Frankie, Toby's Story (also known as Stigmata), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1999. In the Boom Boom Room, 1999. Bringing Out the Dead, Paramount, 1999. Television Appearances; Movies: Stacey Holder, Daddy, ABC, 1987. Polly Hamilton, Dillinger (also known as The Last Days of]ohn Dillinger), ABC, 1991. Alice Guthrie, Wildflower, Lifetime, 1991. Deanne, Betrayed by Love (also known as The Susan Daniels Smith Murder), ABC, 1994. Television Appearances; Episodic: Farmhand, "The Four-Sided Triangle/' Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1990. Dana McCallister, "The Girl With the Crazy Brother," CBS Schoolbreak Specials, CBS, 1990. Television Appearances; Specials: Raped woman, "Indian Poker," The Edge, HBO, 1989. Celine, Aretha, Cloria, Shania and Mariah: Divas Live, VH1, 1998. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Cosmopolitan, September, 1995, p. 112. Entertainment Weekly, June 30, 1995, p. 32. Interview, February, 1992, pp. 142-144, 151; September, 1997, p. 158. People Weekly, September, 1995, p. 244.*

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Addresses: Contact—British Actors' Equity Association, Guild House, Upper St. Martin's Ln., London W2CH 9EG, England. Career: Actor and director. Member: British Actors' Equity Association (member of the council, 1984). CREDITS Film Appearances: Eye of the Devil, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1967. Scrooge, National General, 1970. Adrian Cooper, The Penguin Hunters, C.F.F., 1978. High Road to China, Warner Bros., 1983. The Importance of Being Earnest, Wien Films, 1985. That Englishwoman, [Republic of South Africa and the United States], 1989. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Diana: Her True Story, NBC, 1993. Television Appearances; Movies: The Naked Civil Servant, Thames Television, 1975. Customer, Jekyll and Hyde, ABC, 1990. Television Appearances; Episodic: Die Kleine warheid, NCR TV, 1971. The Secret Servant, BBC, 1985. Appeared in The /Avengers, Associated British Picture Corporation Television; Danger Man, Associated Television and Incorporated Television Company; Lytton's Diary, Thames Television; The Onedin Line, BBC; The Prisoner, Associated Television; and War and Peace, BBC-2. Other Television Appearances: Appeared in The Importance of Being Earnest and My Wife Next Door, both for German television; and Za/carov. Stage Work; Director: Night and Day, Windsor Festival, 1982. Flarepath, Windsor Festival, 1983. Dick Whittington, Malcolm Knight Productions, 1984.

ASHBY, Harvey PERSONAL Education: Graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

Also directed Relatively Speaking, Henley, England; The Life and Death of Almost Everybody, Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, London, England; Arms and the Man, Paris, France; Schweyk in the Second World War, Welsh National Youth Theatre,

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Wales; Rose, Republic of South Africa; Macbeth, Norway; The Importance of Being Earnest, English Theatre, Vienna, Austria; No Time for Love and The Willing Ram, both Cheltenham, England; The Boston Story, Watford, England; and 5pr/'ng and Port Wine, Liverpool Playhouse, Liverpool, England. Stage Appearances: Appeared in Treasure Island and Dick Turpin, both Mermaid Theatre, London, England; The Killing Came, Apollo Theatre, London, England; The Importance of Being Earnest, English Theatre; and in Dead Ringer and The Cherry Orchard, both London, England. Stage Work; Director, Unless Otherwise Noted; Major Tours: The Gentle Trap, 1981. Fallen Angels, 1982. Who Killed William Mickey?, 1982. Privates on Parade, 1985. On Approval, 1986. Assistant director of Son et lumiere, Warwick Castle, Blenheim Palace, Hampton Court, and Canterbury Cathedral, all England. Stage Appearances; Major Tours: Toured in Night and Day and The Taming of the Shrew, British cities.*

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Full name, John Allen Astin; born March 30, 1930, in Baltimore, MD; son of Allen Varley and Margaret Linnie (maiden name, Mackenzie) Astin; married first wife (marriage ended); Anna Marie Duke (an actress; professional name, Patty Duke), August 5, 1972 (divorced, 1985); married Valerie Ann Sandobal, 1989; children: (first marriage) David, Allen, Thomas; (second marriage) Sean, Mackenzie (both actors). Education: Attended Washington and Jefferson College, 1948-50; Johns Hopkins University, B.A., 1952; graduate work, University of Minnesota, 1952-53. Addresses: Office—CED Agency, 10635 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90025-0008; Contemporary-Korman Artists, Ltd., 132 South Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212-1 704. Career: Actor, director, producer, and screenwriter.

Member: Writers Guild of America-West (board member, 1981—), Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Directors Guild of America. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, best short subject (live action), 1968, for Prelude. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) The Threepenny Opera, Theatre de Lys, New York City, 1954. (Broadway debut) Major Barbara, Martin Beck Theatre, 1956. The Cave Dwellers, Bijou Theatre, New York City, 1957. Ulysses in Nighttown, Rooftop Theatre, New York City, 1958. The Tall Story, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1959. Also appeared in A Sleep of Prisoners, Phoenix Theatre, New York City; Look Homeward, Angel, Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena, CA. Stage Work: Director and co-producer, A Sleep of Prisoners, Phoenix Theatre, New York City. Film Appearances: The Pusher, 1960. Glad Hand (social worker), West Side Story, United Artists, 1961. Mr. Everett Beasley, That Touch of Mink, Universal, 1962. Clyde Prokey, Move Over, Darling (also known as Something's Gotta Give), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1963. Hector Vanson, The Wheeler Dealers (also known as Separate Beds), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1963. Dr. Frieden, The Spirit Is Willing, Paramount, 1967. Daddy/Uncle Jack, Candy, Cinerama, 1968. Prelude (short), Excelsior, 1968. Sergeant Valdez, Viva Max!, Commonwealth United, 1969. Ad, Bunny O'Hare, American International Pictures, 1971. Mr. Turnbull, Get to Know Your Rabbit, Warner Bros., 1972. Vito Garbugli, Every Little Crook and Nanny, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1972. Pepper and His Wacky Taxi, 1972. The Brothers O'Toole, CVD, 1973. Bill Andrews, Freaky Friday, Buena Vista, 1977.

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Voiceover, The Twisted Adventures of Felix the Cat, 1995. Television Appearances; Movies: Dr. Stanley Remington, Two on a Bench, ABC, 1971. Dr. Harvey Osterman, Only with Married Men, ABC, 1974. Andrew Tustin, Skyway to Death, ABC, 1974. Manny Wheeler, The Dream Makers, NBC, 1975. The All-New Addams Family Halloween, 1977. Neil Witherspoon, Mr. Boogedy, ABC, 1986. George LaFosse/Max Barret, "The Blue Dulac" (also known as "Saint"), The Mystery Wheel of Adventure, syndicated, 1989. First minuteman, Runaway Daughters (also known as Rebel Highway), Showtime, 1994. Golf announcer, Kurt Vonnegut's Harrison Bergeron, Showtime, 1995. Television Appearances; Pilots: Title role, Evil Roy Slade, NBC, 1972. Lieutenant Commander Matthew Sherman, Operation Petticoat (also known as Life in the Pink), ABC, 1977. Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Town That Wasn't There/' Maverick, ABC, 1960. Charlie, "A Hundred Yards Over the Rim/' The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1961. Count Sazanov, "The N ight of the Tartar," The Wild, Wild West, CBS, 1967. Riddler Number Two, "Batman's Anniversary," Batman, ABC, 1967. Riddler Number Two, "A Riddling Controversy," Batman, ABC, 1967. Title role, "Hard-Luck Henry Haggen," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1967. Title role, "Abner Willoughby's Return," Bonanza, NBC, 1967. The Andy Williams Show, NBC, 1970. Millionaire, "Diary of a Mad Millionaire," The Partridge Family, ABC, 1970. Sykes, McMillan and Wife, NBC, 1971. Bo "Buff" Buffingham, "Oscar's New Life," The Odd Couple, ABC, 1971. Jonathan, "Pamela's Voice," Night Gallery, NBC, 1971. Hippie, "Hell's Bells," Night Gallery, NBC, 1971. Munsch, "The Girl with the Hungry Eyes," Night Gallery, NBC, 1972. Museum curator, "The Museum," We/come Back, /Cotter, ABC, 1976.

16 • ASTIN Ross Hay ley, "Hooray for Homicide/' Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1984. Uncle Ray Simon, "Revolution #9 1/2," Simon & Simon, CBS, 1984. Kenny, "Inside Harry Stone," Night Court, NBC, 1985. Harry Pierce, "Joshua Peabody Died Here, Possibly," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. Harry Pierce, "A Lady in the Lake," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. Harry Pierce, "Sticks & Stones," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. "Visiting Daze," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1987. Nelson Halliwell, "Top Billing," Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1991. Radford, "Mr. Chaney," Eerie, Indiana, NBC, 1992. Radford, "The Loyal Order of Corn," Eerie, Indiana, NBC, 1992. Radford, "Zombies in P.J.s," Eerie, Indiana, NBC, 1992. Radford, "Reality Takes a Holiday," Eerie, Indiana, NBC, 1992. Himself, "Up All Night," Mad about You, NBC, 1993. Storytime, PBS, 1994. Guest voice, "Caller Beware," Duckman (animated), USA Network, 1994. George Humphries, Step by Step, ABC, 1994. Alexander the Great, Burke's Law, CBS, 1994. George Humphries, Step by Step, ABC, 1995. Fritz Randall, "Film Flam," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1995. Dr. Roberts, "Your Feet Are Too Big," The Nanny, CBS, 1996. Dr. Roberts, "Tattoo," The Nanny, CBS, 1996. Rhymer, Homeboys in Outer Space, UPN, 1996. Voice of Superintendent Skinner, "Kids in the Mist," Recess, 1997. Voice, Johnny Bravo (animated), Cartoon Network, 1997. Grampapa Addams, The New Addams Family, Fox, 1998. Also appeared as the voice of Gomez Addams, The New Scooby-Doo Movies (animated); in "Marooned," The Love Boat; and Hearts Are Wild.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Rosetti and Ryan, NBC, 1977. Mr. Merlin, CBS, 1982. ]ust Our Luck (also known as Just My Luck), ABC, 1983. Also directed episodes of Operation Petticoat (also known as Life in the Pink), ABC; Chips, NBC; McMillan and Wife, NBC; Night Gallery, NBC; Murder, She Wrote, CBS. Television Director; Pilots: Operation Petticoat (also known as Life in the Pink), ABC, 1977. Rosetti and Ryan: Men Who Love Women, NBC, 1977. Ethel Is an Elephant, CBS, 1980. Gett/ng There, CBS, 1980. Scared Silly, ABC, 1982. Two Guys from Much, NBC, 1982. Television Director; Specials: Night Creatures, syndicated, 1989. WRITINGS Screenplays: Prelude, Excelsior, 1968. (With Coslough Johnson) All Boxed Up, 1972. (With Johnson) Cummins and Kinneys, 1973.*

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Television Appearances; Specials: Harry Anderson's Sideshow, NBC, 1987. Host, Night Creatures, syndicated, 1989. "Top Billing," Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1991. Presenter, Soap Opera D/gest/Awards, 1992. Television Director; Episodic: Holmes and Yoyo, ABC, 1976.

Film Appearances: Dodger, The Garbage Pail Kids Movie, Atlantic, 1987. Will Stoneman, Iron Will, Buena Vista, 1993. Young man on boat, Wyatt farp, Warner Bros., 1994. Teddy Morton, The Evening Star, Paramount, 1996. Harry Villard, In Love and War, New Line Cinema, 1996.

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David Schrader, Dream for an Insomniac, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1996. Jimmy Steinway, The Last Days of Disco, Gramercy Pictures, 1998. Jared Roth, Stranger than Fiction, Unapix Films, 1999.

Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination (with Christine Astin), best live action short film, 1995, for Kangaroo Court.

Television Appearances; Series: Andy Moffett, The Facts of Life, NBC, 1985-88.

Film Appearances: (Film debut) Mikey Walsh, The Goonies, Warner Bros., 1985. Alan Block and narrator, White Water Summer (also known as The Rites of Summer), Columbia, 1987. Trigger, Like Father, Like Son, TriStar, 1987. Duncan McDermott, Staying Together, Hemdale, 1989. Josh, age 1 7, The War of the Roses, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1989. Richard "Rascal" Moore, Memphis Belle, Warner Bros., 1990. Billy Tepper, Toy Soldiers, TriStar, 1991. Michael, The Willies, Paramount, 1991. Dave Morgan, Encino Man (also known as California Man), Buena Vista, 1992. Greg, Where the Day Takes You, New Line, 1992. Daniel "Rudy" Reuttiger, Rudy, TriStar, 1993. (Uncredited) Step-brother, Teresa's Tattoo, Vidmark Entertainment, 1994. Andrew, The Low Life, CFP Distribution, 1994. Izzy Singer, Safe Passage, New Line, 1995. Patella, Courage Under Fire, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Narrator, The Long Way Home (documentary), Seventh Art Releasing, 1997. Morgan, Dish Dogs, Filmwave Pictures, 1998. Deterrence, 1998. Mike, Boy Meets Girl, 1998. Gary, Bulworth, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Mr. Schwartz, The Sky is Falling, 1999. Bob, Kimberly, 1999.

Television Appearances; Movies: Tony Belinski, Lois Cibbs and the Love Canal, CBS, 1982. T. J., / Dream of jeannle. . . 15 Years Later, NBC, 1985. Andy Moffett, The Facts of Life Down Under, NBC, 1987. Dennis Sherwood, A Child Lost Forever (also known as The Jerry Sherwood Story), NBC, 1992. Sean Sager, Widow's Kiss, HBO, 1996. Kevin McCarthy, The Long Island Incident (also known as The Carolyn McCarthy Story), NBC, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Old Friends/' Finder of Lost Loves, ABC, 1984. "New Beginnings/' Hotel, ABC, 1985. Dwight Stryker, Hail to the Chief, ABC, 1985. Charlie Gallagher, "Rockette to the Moon/' Brooklyn Bridge, CBS, 1992. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, February 17, 1997, p. 105.*

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Film Work; Director and Producer: (With Christine Astin) Kangaroo Court (short), 1994. Also worked on On My Honor (short). Television Appearances; Specials: (Professional debut) Brian Reynolds, Please Don't Hit My Mom, 1981. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Charlie Hagen, The Rules of Marriage, CBS, 1982. Television Appearances; Movies: Leonard Kinsey, "The B. R. A. T. Patrol/' Disney Sunday Movie, ABC, 1986.

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Harrison Bergeron, Kurt Vonnegut's Harrison Bergeron (also known as Harry Bergeron), Showtime, 1995. Television Appearances; Series: Voice, The Legend of Prince Valiant (animated), Family Channel, 1991. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Snap Ending," Perversions of Science, HBO, 1997. Also appeared in ]ust Our Luck (pilot). Television Director; Episodic: "Snap Ending," Perversions of Science, HBO, 1997. Stage Appearances: Appeared in Lone Star, Los Angeles, CA.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Mrs. Pankhurst, In My Defence, 1990. Television Work; Series: Creator (with Jean Marsh), Upstairs, Downstairs, London Weekend Television, 1971-75, broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1974-77. Creator (with Jean Marsh), The House ofEliott, BBC, 1991-94, Arts and Entertainment, 1992, BBC, 1994. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Madame Ostrakova, Smiley's People, BBC-2 and syndicated, 1982. Celia, "The Hand of God/' Talking Heads 2, BBC, 1998.

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Born June 16, 1934, in London, England; daughter of Arthur Thomas and Annie Ellen (Elkins) Atkins; married Julian Glover (an actor; divorced); married Bill Shepherd (a television producer), 1977. Education: Attended the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Addresses: /Agent—Jonathan Altaras Associates, 27 Floral St., London WC2E 9DP, England. Career: Actress and writer. Awards, Honors: London Evening Standard Award, best actress, 1965; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, 1967, for The Killing of Sister George; Drama Desk Award, outstanding performance, and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, both 1972, for Vivatl Vivat Reginal; Drama Desk Award, best featured actress in a play, 1978, for The Night of the Tribades; British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, 1985; Olivier Award, Society of West End Theatre, 1988, for Cymbeline; named a Commander of the Order of the British Empire, 1990; Drama Desk Award, best solo performance, 1991, for A Room of One's Own.

Television Appearances; Movies: The Big Man Coughed and . . ., BBC, 1966. Oliver Twist, CBS, 1982. Countess, Roman Holiday, NBC, 1987. Martha, A Hazard of Hearts, CBS, 1987. Judith Starkadder, Cold Comfort Farm, BBC, 1995. Television Appearances; Specials: Maggie, Hilda Lessways, BBC, 1959. An Age of Kings, BBC, 1960. Olga, Three Sisters, BBC, 1969. Titania, A Midsummer Night's Dream, BBC, 1971. "The Duchess of Malfi," Conflicts in Drama, PBS, 1972. Jennete Jourdemayne, The Lady's Not for Burning, PBS, 1974. The Lady from the Sea, 1974. Electra, 1974. "She Fell among Thieves," Play of the Week, BBC-2, 1978. Tamora, Titus Andronicus (also known as BBC Television Shakespeare: Titus Andronicus), BBC-2, 1985. Narrator, The Madonna of Medjugorje, PBS, 1988. A Room of One's Own, 1990. Rose Benjamin, "The Lost Language of Cranes/' Great Performances, PBS, 1992. Television Appearances; Episodic: Appeared in Tales (also known as Patricia Highsmith's Tales and Cadavres exquis), Antenne 6. Other Television Appearances: Kitty Higdon, The Burston Rebellion, BBC, 1985.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 The Stuff of Madness, Harlech Television, 1990. The Maitlands, 1993. Also appeared in Breaking Up and Shades of Darkness. Film Appearances: Shirley, Inadmissible Evidence, Paramount, 1968. Sister Albana, The Devil within Her (also known as The Baby, I Don't Want to Be Born, It's Crowing inside Her, The Monster, and Sharon's Baby), American International Pictures, 1975. Hester Solomon, Equus, United Artists, 1977. Raku Fire, [Canada], 1977. Madge, The Dresser, Columbia, 1983. Nelly, Nelly's Version, Channel 4 Films, 1983. The Vision, [Great Britain], 1987. Lilian Bentley, Let Him Have It, Fine Line, 1991. Mary, Wolf, Columbia, 1994. Judith Starkadder, Cold Comfort Farm (theatrical release of the BBC television movie), Gramercy Pictures, 1995. Phil, jack and Sarah, Gramercy Pictures, 1995. Alice, The Avengers, Warner Bros., 1998. Stage Appearances: Nurse, Harvey, Repertory Theatre, Bangor, Ireland, 1952. Jacquenetta, Love's Labour's Lost, Open Air Theatre, London, England, 1953. Beattie, Roots, Old Vic Theatre, London, England, 1960. The girl, The Square, Bromley Theatre, London, England, 1961. Viola, Twelfth Night, Old Vic Company, 1962. Lady Anne, Richard III, Old Vic Company, 1962. Miranda, The Tempest, Old Vic Company, 1962. Eileen Midway, Semi-Detached, Savilie Theatre, London, England, 1962. Lady Brute, The Provok'd Wife, Vaudeville Theatre, London, England, 1963. Juliette, Exit the King, Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, then Royal Court Theatre, London, England, 1963. Viola, Twelfth Night, Ravinia Festival, 1964. Ophelia, Hamlet, Ravinia Festival, 1964. Alice "Childie" McNaught, The Killing of Sister George, Old Vic Theatre, then Duke of York's Theatre, London, England, 1965, later Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1966. Joan Middleton, The Restoration of Arnold Middleton, Royal Court Theatre, 1966. Lika, The Promise, Henry Miller's Theatre, New York City, 1967.

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1996. Also appeared in productions with Memorial Theatre Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1957-59. WRITINGS Stage Plays: Vita and Virginia (based on correspondence between Vita Sackvilie-West and Virginia Woolf), Ambassadors' Theatre, 1993, then Union Square Theatre, 1994-95. Screenplays: Mrs. Dalloway (also known as Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway; based on the novel by Virginia Woolf), First Look Pictures, 1997.*

AUMONT Jean-Pierre 1913(?)PERSONAL Original name, Jean-Pierre Salomons; born January 5, 1913 (some sources say 1909 or 1911), in Paris, France; son of Alexandre and Suzanne (Berr) Aumont; married Blanche Montel (divorced, 1940); married Maria Montez (an actress), July 13, 1943 (died, September 7, 1951); married Marisa Pavan (an actress), March 27, 1956; children: (second marriage) MariaChristina (an actress under the name Tina Aumont); (third marriage) Jean-Claude, Patrick. Career: Actor and writer. Creator of and performer in cabaret acts at the Persian Room, New York City, and in Chicago, IL, Miami, FL, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and Mexico City, Mexico, all 1966. Also billed as Jean Pierre Aumont. Military service: Free French Forces, 1939-45; received the croix de guerre. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: New York Critics Poll nomination, Variety, 1963, for Tovarich; named a chevalier of the French Legion of Honor.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Jean de la lune, Les Films Armor, 1932. Un jour viendra, L'Alliance Cinematographique Europeenne, 1933. Jacques, Dans les rues (also known as Song of the Street), [France], 1933. Fernand Lagardes, Le voleur, [France], 1934. Maria Ghapdelaine, [France], 1934. Andre, Tarass Boulba, Societe Sedif, 1935. Pierre, Les beaux jours, Pathe Consortium Cinema, 1935. L'Equipage (also known as Flight into Darkness), Pathe/Natan, 1936. Lac aux dames, Films Sonores Tobis, 1936. Billy (the milkman), Drole de drama (also known as Bizarre, Bizarre), Lenauer, 1936. Henri Voisin, Cargaison blanche (also known as Le chemin de Rio and Woman Racket), ChronosFilm/NeroFilm, 1937. Le messager, Pathe Consortium Cinema, 1937. Maman colibri, Paris Cinema, 1937. Le paradis de Satan, Les Films Minerva, 1938. Pierre, Hotel du Nord, Imperial Film, 1938. Belle etoile, Eclair-Journal, 1938. Je t'attendrai, Eclair-Journal, 1939. Karpoff, Les yeux noirs (also known as Dark Eyes), Frank Kassler, 1939. Ledeserteur, 1939. Paul Marchand, Three Hours, J. H. Hoffberg, 1940. Bertrand Corlay/Captain Pierre Matard, Assignment in Brittany, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1943. Paul, The Cross of Lorraine, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1943. Pierre, Heartbeat, RKO Radio Pictures, 1945. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Scheherazade (also known as Song of Scheherazade), Universal, 1947. Andre St. Avit, Siren of Atlantis, United Artists, 1948. Prince Leopold, The First Gentleman (also known as The Affairs of a Rogue), Two Cities, 1948. Andre Marchand, The Cay Adventure (also known as Golden Arrow and Three Men and a Girl), United Artists, 1949. The man of today, La vie commence demain (also known as Life Begins Tomorrow), International Pictures, 1950. Eric, Hans le marin (also known as Hans the Sailor and Wicked City), [France], 1950. Henri Perlis, L'Homme de joie, Sirius, 1950. L'ultimo incontro, Lux Film, 1951. Cyril, Les hups chassent la nuit (also known as La ragazza di Trieste), [France and Italy], 1951. Marc, Lili, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1952.

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Alexandre, Day for Night (also known as La nuit americaine), Warner Bros., 1973. Delgado, Porgi I'altra guancia (also known as The Two Missionaries, I due missionari, and Les deux missionaries), [Italy and France], 1974. Yves St. Jacques, The Happy Hooker, Cannon, 1975. Marquis de Puisargue Thomas, Catherine and Co. (also known as Catherine et cie), Warner Bros., 1976. Christian Rosetti, Mahogany, Paramount, 1976. Henri, Blackout (also known as New York Blackout, Black-Out a New York, Et la terreur commence, and New York ne repond plus), Cinepix, 1978. Jean-Claude Tallard, Two Solitudes, Compass, 1978. Jean-Fidel Mileau, Something Short of Paradise, Orion, 1979. Allons z'enfants, [France], 1980. Don't Look in the Attic, 1981. Muffat, Nana (also known as Nana: The Key of Pleasure and Nana: Le Des/r), Cannon, 1983. Mr. Araya, Sweet Country, Cinema Group, 1987. Alexandre, A notre regrettable epoux (also known as To Our Late Unlamented Husband), Michel Cue International, 1988. The Free Frenchman, Central Films, 1990. Los mares del sur, Cyrkfilms/ICC, 1990. A Star for Two (also known as Une etoile pour deux), Stick Films International, 1991. Lamoureux the lover, Crimes et Jardin, Chrysalide Films, 1991. Captain, Becoming Colette (also known as Colette), Castle Hill, 1991. Sebastien, Ciorgino, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1994. D'HancarvilleJefferson in Paris, Buena Vista, 1995. Franz Legendre, The Proprietor, Warner Bros., 1996. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Chief Jean-Claude Raff in, The French Atlantic Affair, ABC, 1979. Count DeVille, Sins, CBS, 1986. Windmills of the Cods (also known as Sidney Sheldon's Windmills of the Gods, CBS, 1988. Cinema, [France], 1988. Le Comte de Monte Cristo (also known as // Conte di Montecristo), [Italy], 1998. Television Appearances; Movies: Crime and Punishment, 1953. Beggerman Thief, NBC, 1979. The Memory of Eva Ryker, CBS, 1980. Father Dubois, A Time for Miracles, 1980. Blomart, The Blood of Others (also known as Lesang desautres), HBO, 1984.

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johnny Monroe, [France], 1987. Le dernier mot (also known as Das Letzte Wort), [France and Germany], 1991. Appeared in Hold Back the Dawn and Intermezzo. Television Appearances; Specials: Arms and the Man, 1952. Himself and Alexandre, Vivement Truffaut, 1985. Dr. Manette, "A Tale of Two Cities" [Great Britain and France], broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1989. Compte de Paris, "Melba," Great Performances, PBS, 1989. Also appeared in The Tempest. Television Appearances; Episodic: "A Softness in the Wind/' Goodyear Playhouse, NBC, 1952. "The Way of the Eagle/' The Philco Television Playhouse, NBC, 1953. The Martha Raye Show, NBC, 1956. "Family Happiness/' The U.S. Steel Hour, CBS, 1959. "The Imposter," The U.S. Steel Hour, CBS, 1960. Westinghouse Playhouse, NBC, 1961. The Patty Duke Show, ABC, 1963. The Sid Caesar Show, ABC, 1963. The Name of the Game, NBC, 1968. The Love Boat, ABC, 1977. Henri Renard, "C'est Simon," Simon and Simon, CBS, 1984. Appeared in The Perry Como Show (also known as The Chesterfield Supper Club and The Kraft Music Hall), NBC and CBS; also appeared in "La troisieme prophetic de I'ange de la mort/' CrafYostergibtsich die Ehre, [West Germany, now Germany, and France]. Other Television Appearances: No Time for Comedy, 1951. Also appeared in A Month in the Country. Stage Appearances: Oedipe, La machine infernale, Comedie ChampsElysees, Paris, France, 1934. Le coeur, Gymnase Theatre, Paris, France, 1937. Pel leas, Pelleas et Melisande, Theatre des ChampsElysees, Paris, France, 1938. Orlando, As You Like It, Theatre des Champs-Elysees, 1939. Pierre, Rose Burke, Curran Theatre, San Francisco, CA, 1942.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Otto, Design for Living, Westport Country Playhouse, Westport, CT, 1948. Pierre Renault, L'Empereur de Chine, Theatre des Maturins, Paris, France, 1948, translated and adapted by Philip Barry and produced as My Name Is Aquilon (also known as Figure of a G/r/), Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1949. Mark Antony, Julius Caesar, Arena Theatre, Aries, France, 1953. Henri and Pierre Belcourt, The Heavenly Twins, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1955. Jupiter, Amphitryon 38, Comedie des Champs-Elysee, 1957. Mon pere avait raison, Theatre de la Madeleine, Paris, France, 1960. Farou, Second String, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, 1960. Anatol, The Affairs of Anatol, Boston Arts Festival, Boston, MA, 1961. Incident at Vichy, Los Angeles, CA, 1962. Flora, Varietes Theatre, Paris, France, 1962. Prince Mikail, Tovarich, Broadway Theatre, New York City, 1963. Emile de Becque, South Pacific, Los Angeles, CA, then San Francisco, CA, 1964. The Tempest, New York City, 1966. Hostile Witness, 1967. There's a Girl in My Soup, 1969. Jacques Casanova, Cam/no Real, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City, 1970. Mark Antony, ]ulius Caesar, Jules Cesar Theatre, Paris, France, 1970. Dag Hammerskjold, Murderous Angels, Theatre National Populaire, Paris, France, then Playhouse Theatre, New York City, 1971. Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, Tappan Zee Playhouse, Nyack, NY, 1972. Nicholas Astrov, Perfect Pitch, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 1974. Janus, Royal Poinciana Playhouse, Palm Beach, FL, 1975. Jacques des journees entieres dans les arbres, Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 1976. Ulysse, La guerre de troie n'aura pas lieu, City Center Theatre, New York City, 1977. Gigi, 1977. The Sound of Music, 1978. Heartbreak House, 1978. Dr. Paul Marchand, A Talent for Murder, Biltmore Theatre, New York City, 1981. Major Tours: Rose Burke, U.S. cities, 1942. The Sound of Music, U.S. cities, 1978.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 WRITINGS Stage Plays: L'Empereur de Chine, Theatre des Maturins, 1948, published with a preface by jean Cocteau, Nagel, 1948, translated and adapted by Philip Barry and produced as My Name Is Aquilon (also known as Figure of a Girl), Lyceum Theatre, 1949. L'lle Heureuse, Theatre Edouard VII, Paris, France, 1951. Un beau dimanche (based on the novel Recontre by Pierre Corthomas), Theatre de la Michodiere, Paris, France, 1952, published in a supplement to France Illustration, Number 119, 1952. Ange le bienheureux, Theatre Municipal, Nice, France, 1956. Farfada, Comedie Wagram, Paris, France, 1957. Lucy Crown (based on a novel by Irwin Shaw), Theatre de Paris, Paris, France, 1958, published, 1958. Memoirs: Souvenirs Provisoires, Julliard (Paris, France), 1957. Soleil et les ombres, R. Laffont (Paris, France), 1976, translated by Bruce Benderson and published as Sun and Shadow, with a foreword by Francois Truffaut, Norton (New York City), 1978. Short Stories: La pomme de son oeil, Julliard, 1969. Other Writings: // fait beau—mais ne le repetez pas, J. C. Lattes (Paris, France), 1980. Dis-moi d'abordque tu m'aimes, Editions Jade (Paris, France), 1986.*

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Born June 9,1922, in New York, NY; son of Herman (in real estate) and Beatrice (a silent picture actress; maiden name, Carpenter) Axelrod; married Gloria Washburn (an actress) February 28, 1942 (divorced, 1954); married Joan Stanton, October, 1954; children: (first marriage) Peter, Steven; (second marriage) Nina. Addresses: /Agent— Irving Paul Lazar Agency, 120 South El Camino Dr., Suite 108, Beverly Hills, CA 90212-2730.

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Career: Writer, director, and producer. Military service: U.S. Army Signal Corps, served during World War II. Member: Dramatists Guild, Authors League of America, Writers Guild of America West. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, best adapted screenplay, 1961, for Breakfast at Tiffany's; screenplay award from the Writers Guild of America West, 1962. CREDITS Stage Work: Director, Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (also known as Oh! Fora Man!), BelascoTheatre, New York City, 1955. Producer (with Clinton Wilder), Visit to a Small Planet, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1957. Director, Once More, with Feeling, National Theatre, New York City, 1958. Director, Goodbye Charlie, Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1959. Director, The Star-Spangled Girl, Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1966. Film Work: Producer (with John Frankenheimer), The Manchurian Candidate, United Artists, 1962. Producer (with others), Paris When It Sizzles, Paramount, 1964. Producer (with others), How to Murder Your Wife, United Artists, 1965. Producer and director, Lord Love a Duck, United Artists, 1966. Producer and director, The Secret Life of an American Wife, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1968. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Jayne Mansfield/' Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1994. WRITINGS Stage Plays: Contributor, Small Wonder, Coronet Theatre, New York City, 1948. All About Love (cabaret piece), Versailles Theatre, New York City, 1951. The Seven Year Itch, Fulton Theatre, New York City, 1952, published by Random House (New York City), 1953.

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Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (also known as Oh! For a Man!), Belasco Theatre, 1955, published by Random House, 1956. Goodbye Charlie, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1959, published by Samuel French (New York City), 1959. (With Peter Viertel) Souvenir, produced in Los Angeles, CA, 1975. Screenplays:

Phffftl, Columbia, 1954. Adaptor (with Billy Wilder), The Seven Year Itch, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1955. Bus Stop (also known as The Wrong Kind of Cirl), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1956. Rally 'round the Flag, Boys!, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1958. The Catbird Seat, Paramount, 1961. Breakfast at Tiffany's, Paramount, 1961. The Manchurian Candidate, United Artists, 1962. Paris When It Sizzles, Paramount, 1964. How to Murder Your Wife, United Artists, 1965. (With Larry H. Johnson) Lord Love a Duck, United Artists, 1966. The Secret Life of an American Wife, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1968. The Lady Vanishes, Hammer, 1979. (With Edward Anhalt and John Hopkins) The Ho/croft Covenant, Universal, 1985. The Fourth Protocol, Lorimar, 1987.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Meine Frau erfaehrt kein Wort, [Austria and West Germany, now Germany], 1969. Writings for the Radio; Series: Midnight in Manhattan, 1940. The Grand Ole Opry, NBC, 1950-52. Also wrote scripts for The Shadow. Fiction: Beggar's Choice, Howell, Soskin (New York City), 1947, published in England as Hobson's Choice, Elek (London, England), 1951. Blackmailer Fawcett (New York City), 1952. Where Am I Now When I Need Me?, Viking (New York City), 1971, published as Where Am I Now That I Need Me?, Pocket Books (New York City), 1972. Adaptations: The play Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (also known as Oh/ For a Man!) was adapted for film by screenwriter and director Frank Tashlin and distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox in 1957. The play Goodbye Charlie was adapted for film by screenwriter Harry Kurnitz and director Vincente Minnelli and distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox in 1964; it was also adapted as a television special broadcast in 1987. OTHER SOURCES

Teleplays; Series: Celebrity Time (also known as Celebrity Quiz), CBS, 1950.

Periodicals: Film Comment, November/December, 1995, p. 10.*

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BAKER, Diane 1938PERSONAL Born February 25, 1938, in Hollywood, CA. Education: Attended the University of Southern California. Addresses: /Agent—The Gage Croup, 9255 Sunset Blvd., Suite 515, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actress and producer. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actress—drama, 1966, for Inherit the Wind; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding actress—daytime drama special, 1975, for "Can I Save My Children?/' ABC Afternoon Playbreak; Emmy Award nomination (with Ian Warren and Tom Donald), outstanding limited series, 1985, for A Woman of Substance. CREDITS Film Appearances: Jenny, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1959. April, The Best of Everything, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1959. Margot Frank, The Diary of Anne Frank, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1959. Princess Yasmin, The Wizard of Baghdad, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1960. Tess of the Storm Country, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1960. Ella, The 300 Spartans (also known as Lion of Sparta), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1962. Carolyn, Hemingway's Adventures of a Young Man (also known as Adventures of a Young Man), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1962.

Ellen Pember, Stolen Hours (also known as Summer Flight), United Artists, 1963. Emily Stratman, The Prize, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1963. Nine Hours to Rama, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1963. Carol Harbin, Strait-Jacket, Columbia, 1964. Lil Mainwaring, Mamie, Universal, 1964. Jenny Chappell, Delia (also known as Fatal Confinement), Four Star Productions, 1965. Sheila, Mirage, Universal, 1965. Susan, Sands of Beersheba (also known as Rebel against the Light), American International Pictures, 1966. Suzie Clemens, The Horse in the Cray Flannel Suit, Buena Vista, 1968. Laura, Krakatoa, Eastof]ava (also known as Volcano), Cinerama, 1969. Jenny Baker, Baker's Hawk, Doty-Dayton, 1976. Pat Simpson, The Pilot (also known as Danger in the Skies), Summit, 1979. Beatrice Grant, The Closer, ION Pictures, 1991. Senator Ruth Martin, The Silence of the Lambs, Orion, 1991. Ruth Adams, Twenty Bucks, Triton Pictures, 1993. Mrs. Jordan, The Joy Luck Club, Buena Vista, 1993. Abigail Tate, Imaginary Crimes, Warner Bros., 1994. Mrs. Bennett, The Net, Columbia, 1995. Steven's mother, The Cable Guy, Columbia/TriStar, 1996. Louise Boylar, Courage under Fire, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Kitty Neil, Murder at 1600 (also known as Murder at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue), Warner Bros., 1997. Television Appearances; Series: Susan Standish Evans, Here We Co Again, ABC, 1973. Television Appearances; Movies: Rachel Brown, Inherit the Wind, 1966.

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Am ilia Rathmore, The Dangerous Days of Kiowa Jones, 1966. Trial Run, 1969. Mary Brokaw, DA.: Murder One (also known as Murder One)f 1969. Wheeler and Murdoch, 1970. Carol Swanson, Sarge: The Badge of the Cross, NBC, 1970. Peggy Pulska, The Old Man Who Cried Wolf, ABC, 1970. Rachel Jarvis, Do You Take This Stranger? (also known as A Knock at the Wrong Door and Strangers and Lovers), NBC, 1970. Edye, Congratulations, It's a Boy! (also known as So's Your Old Man!), ABC, 1971. Elaine Hamilton, A Little Came, ABC, 1971. Tracey Morrow, Killer by Night (also known as The City by Night), CBS, 1972. Jenny Dale, The Po//ce Story, 1973. Katie Nolan, A Tree Crows in Brooklyn, NBC, 1974. Mary Stone, The Dream Makers (also known as The Death of Sammy), NBC, 1975. Marilyn West, The Last Survivors, NBC, 1975. Joanna Clay, Columbo: Last Salute to the Commodore, NBC, 1976. Ellen Roberts, Fugitive Family, CBS, 1980. Lorraine Warren, The Haunted, Fox, 1990. Laura Parrish, Perry Mason: The Case of the Heartbroken Bride (also known as Perry Mason: The Case of the Bad Blood Wedding), NBC, 1992. Charlotte Gilchrist, A Walton Wedding (also known as John-Boy's Wedding), CBS, 1995. Li la, About Sarah, CBS, 1998. Television Work; Movies: Production consultant, Kim, 1984. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Evelyn Hale, The Blue and the Cray, CBS, 1982. Laura Spencer, A Woman of Substance, syndicated, 1983. Television Work; Producer; Miniseries: A Woman of Substance (also known as Barbara Taylor Bradford's A Woman of Substance), syndicated, 1983. Television Appearances; Specials: Diana Hansen, "Can I Save My Children?/' ABC Afternoon Playbreak, ABC, 1974. Carrie Williams, "One of a Kind/' ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1978. Helen Welker-Summers, "Little Miss Perfect/' CBS Schoolbreak Specials, CBS, 1987.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Television Work; Producer; Specials: "Portrait of Grandpa Doc/' ABC Weekend Specials (also known as ABC Short Story Specials), ABC, 1977. "Malcolm Takes a Shot," CBS Schoolbreak Specials, CBS, 1990. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are," Route 66, CBS, 1963. Alice Whitetree, "The Alice Whitetree Story," Wagon Train, ABC, 1964. "A Woman in the House," Bonanza, NBC, 1966. Hester, "By Fires Unseen," The Big Valley, ABC, 1966. "The Camel's Nose," The F.B.I., ABC, 1966. Jean Carlise, "The Judgement: Part One," The Fugitive, ABC, 1967. "The Harvest," The F.B.I., ABC, 1968. "Target of Interest," The F.B.I., ABC, 1969. Francesca, "The Falcon: Part One," Mission: Impossible, CBS, 1970. Cassie, Bonanza, NBC, 1971. Lynn Alcott, "They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar," Night Gallery, NBC, 1971. Love Story, NBC, 1973. Irene Van Patten, Kojak, CBS, 1973. Eleanor Thane, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1986. Anna Louise, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1990. Delores Peterson, "Water, Water, Everywhere," Mann and Machine, NBC, 1992. Maureen Frances, Civil Wars, ABC, 1992. Mary Forsythe, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1992. Ellen Rolston, Chicago Hope, CBS, 1995. Also appeared in "In Lonely Expectation," Playhouse 90, CBS; "Vendetta" and "Passage to Tua," both /Adventures in Paradise, ABC; "The Resurrection of Annie Ahern," Bus Stop, ABC; "Journey into Darkness," Follow the Sun, ABC; "A Feeling for Friday," Mr. Novak, NBC; and as Inspector Irene Martin, "The Cat's Paw," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Back Stage West, October 20, 1994, p. 4.*

BALK, Fairuza 1974PERSONAL Born May 21, 1974, in Point Reyes Station, CA; daughter of Solomon Feldthouse (a folk musician)

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 and Cathryn Balk (a teacher of Mid-Eastern and flamenco dancing). Addresses: /Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. Panpipes (occult craft store), CA, owner. Awards, Honors: CableACE (Annual Cable Excellence) Award nomination, best supporting actress in a movie or miniseries, 1992, for Shame; MTV Movie Award (with Robin Tunney), best fight, 1996, for The Craft. CREDITS Film Appearances: Dorothy Gale, Return to Oz (also known as The Adventures of the Devil from the Sky and Oz), Buena Vista, 1985. Girl, Discovery (also known as Zargon), Showscan Film Corporation, 1986. Celia Brzjinski, The Outside Chance of Maximilian Click, Northern Lights, 1988. Cecile de Volanges, Valmont, Orion, 1989. Shade, Gas Food Lodging, IRS Releasing, 1992. Sonya, Imaginary Crimes, Warner Bros., 1994. Doris, Tollbooth, New Line Cinema, 1994. Lucinda, Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead, Miramax, 1995. Nancy, The Craft, Columbia/TriStar, 1996. Aissa, The Island of Dr. Moreau, New Line Cinema, 1996. Alice, American Perfekt, American Perfekt Productions, 1997. Bella Sotto, The Maker, Maker Productions, 1997. Voice characterization, What Is It?, Volcanic Eruptions, 1998. Vicki Vallencourt, The Waterboy, Buena Vista, 1998. There's No Fish Food in Heaven, Storm Entertainment, 1998. Derek's girlfriend, American History X, New Line Cinema, 1998. Killer's Head, 1999. Great Sex, 1999. Television Appearances; Movies: Penny Richards, Deceptions, NBC, 1985. Barbara Mutton at age twelve, Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story, NBC, 1987. Stacey, Deadly Intentions . . . Again?, ABC, 1991. Lizzie Curtis, Shame, Lifetime, 1992. Lisa Carlin, The Danger of Love, CBS, 1992.

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Caril Ann Fugate, Murder in the Heartland, ABC, 1993. Angel Harwell, Shadow of a Doubt, NBC, 1995. Television Appearances; Specials: Beth Bradley, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, ABC, 1983. Mildred Hubble, The Worst Witch, HBO, 1986. "Milos Forman: Portrait/' American Masters, PBS, 1989. Herself, The Witching Hour, 1996. Television Appearances; Music Videos: ZZ Top, Breakaway, 1994. Appeared in FunkyAjoyah, Soul Defense Network.*

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PERSONAL Full name, Jose Antonio Dominguez Banderas; born August 10, 1960, in Malaga, Spain; son of Jose (a police officer) and Ana (a teacher) Banderas; married Ana Leza (an actress), c. 1986 (some sources say 1988; divorced, 1996); married Melanie Griffith (an actress), May 14, 1996; children: (second marriage) Estela del Carmen. Education: National School of Dramatic Arts, Malaga, Spain, graduated, 1980. Addresses: /Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212-1804; Agents Associes, 201 rue du fauborg, Saint Honore, Paris 75008, France. Career: Actor. Green Moon (production company), partner. National Theatre of Spain, Madrid, worked as member of ensemble. Awards, Honors: Golden Apple Award, male discovery of the year, 1995; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture, 1996, for Evita; European Film Award nomination, outstanding European achievement in world cinema, 1998, European Film Award, audience award, 1998, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture, 1999, all for The Mask ofZorro. CREDITS Film Appearances: V del Seguro . . . Libranos Senor!, 1982.

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Pestanas Postizas, 1982. Sadeq, Laberinto de Pas/ones, 1982, released in the U.S. as Labyrinth of Passion, Cinevista, 1990. Eduardo, El Senor Calindez, 1983. Alberto, Los Zancos (also known as The Stilts), 1984. El Caso Almeria, 1984. Paco, Requiem por un Campesino Espanol, 1985. Caso Cerrado, Tango Producciones, 1985. Friar Jose, The Court of the Pharaoh (also known as La Corte de Faraon and Pharaoh's Court), Line Films, 1985. 27 Horas (title means "27 Hours"), Elias Querejeta, 1986. Angel, Matador, Andres Vicente Gomez, 1986. Puzzle, 1986. Delirios de Amor, 1986. Antonio Benitez, Law of Desire (also known as La Ley del Deseo), Cinevista, 1987. Damian, Asi Como Habian Sido (title means "The Way They Were"), Multivideo ALPC, 1987. Antonio, Baton Rouge, Modigil, 1988. El Placer de Matar (also known as The Pleasure of Killing), Laurenfilm, 1988. Carlos, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (also known as Mujeres al Borde du un Ataque de Nervios), Laurenfilm, 1988. Alberto, Bajarse al Moro (also known as Going South Shopping), 1988. Marcos, Si Te Dicen Que Cai (also known as If They Tell You I Fell and Shoot/), 1989. Juan, Contra el Viento (also known as Against the Wind), 1990. Ricky, Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (also known as Atame!), Miramax, 1990. Himself, Truth or Dare (released in England as In Bed with Madonna), Miramax, 1991. Rosendo Juarez, "La Otra Historia Rosendo Juarez," Cuento de Borges I (also known as Borgia Tales, Parti), 1991. Terra Nova (also known as The New Land), 1991. La Blanca Paloma (also known as The White Dove), 1991. Miguel, Una Mujer bajo la Lluvia (also known as Woman in the Rain), 1992. Nestor Castillo, The Mambo Kings, Warner Bros., 1992. Miguel Alvarez, Philadelphia, TriStar, 1993. Pedro, The House of the Spirits, Miramax, 1993. Marco Vallez, Outrage, A-pix Entertainment, 1993. Francisco Leal, Of Love and Shadows, Miramax, 1994. Armand, Interview with the Vampire (also known as The Vampire Chronicles), Warner Bros., 1994. Antonio, Miami Rhapsody, Hollywood Pictures, 1995.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 El Mariachi, Desperado, Columbia/TriStar, 1995. Tony Ramirez, Never Talk to Strangers, Imperial Entertainment, 1995. Miguel Bain, Assassins, Warner Bros., 1995. Man, "The Misbehavers," Four Rooms, Miramax, 1995. Art Dodge/Bart, Two Much, Buena Vista, 1995. Che, Evita, Buena Vista, 1996. Alejandro Murieta/Zorro, The Mask ofZorro, TriStar, 1998. Ibn Fadlan, The 73th Warrior (also known as Eaters of the Dead), Buena Vista, 1999. Father Emilio Sandoz, The Sparrow, Universal, forthcoming. Also appeared in the film La Mujer de Tu Projimo: La Mujer Feliz. Television Appearances; Movies: Grand Avenue, HBO, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: Presenter, The 66th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1994. The 7996 NCLR Bravo Awards, 1996. Interviewee, "Tom Hanks: Hollywood's Golden Boy/' Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Presenter, The 54th Annual Golden Globe Awards, 1997. Presenter, The 70th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1998. Presenter, The 55th Golden Globe Awards, 1998. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Cosmopolitan, November, 1996, p. 234. Entertainment Weekly, October 6, 1995, p. 22. Harper's Bazaar, August, 1995, p. 150. Interview, May, 1990, pp. 114-119. Newsweek, September 4, 1995, p. 58. People Weekly, April 1, 1996, p. 114.*

BARKER, Clive 1952PERSONAL Born October 5, 1952, in Liverpool, England; son of Len (a personnel director) and Joan (a school welfare officer) Barker. Education: Received degree from University of Liverpool.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Addresses: Office—36 Wimpole St., London W2, England. Contact—P.O. Box 691885, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Producer, director, actor, playwright, illustrator, painter, and author. The Dog Factory (theatre group), cofounder, actor, and principal playwright. Awards, Honors: Two British Fantasy Awards, British Fantasy Society; World Fantasy Award, best anthology/collection, World Fantasy Convention, 1985, for C//Ve Barker's Books of Blood; Lambda Literary Award, Science Fiction/Fantasy, 1997, for Sacrament. CREDITS Film Work: Director, Salome (short), Salvation Films, 1973. Director, The Forbidden (short), Salvation Films, 1978. "The Yatterling and Jack/' Tales from the Darkside: Volume 5, Worldvision Home Video, 1986. Director, Hellraiser, New World, 1987. Executive producer, Hellhound: Hellraiser II, New World, 1988. Director, Nightbreed, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. Executive producer, Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth, Dimension Pictures, 1992. Executive producer, Candyman, TriStar, 1992. Executive producer, Candyman II: Farewell to the Flesh, Gramercy Pictures, 1995. Director and executive producer, Lord of Illusions, United Artists, 1995. Executive producer, Hellraiser: Bloodline, Miramax, 1996. Executive producer, Cods and Monsters, Lions Gate Films, 1998. Film Appearances: Forensic Tech, Stephen King's Sleepwalkers (also known as Sleepwalkers), Columbia, 1992. Television Appearances; Specials: The Horror Hall of Fame II, syndicated, 1991. The South Bank Show, Bravo, 1995. Anatomy of Horror, UPN, 1995. Host, Lord of Illusions: The Magic of Clive Barker, Sci-Fi Channel, 1995. Masters of Fantasy: Clive Barker, Sci-Fi Channel, 1996. Television Appearances; Movies: Anesthesiologist, Quicksilver Highway (also known as The Body Politic and Chattery Teeth), Fox, 1997.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: The Big Scary Movie Show, Sci-Fi Channel, 1996. Television Work: Producer, Spirits and Shadows, Fox, 1997. Stage Appearances: Appeared on stage with The Dog Factory. WRITINGS Short Story Collections: C//Ve Barker's Books of Blood, introduction by Ramsey Campbell, three volumes, Sphere, 1984, Berkley Publishing (New York City), 1986, published as Books of Blood, Volumes 1-3, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1985, published in one volume, Scream/Press, 1985. C//Ve Barker's Books of Blood, Volume Four, Sphere, 1985, published in the United States as The Inhuman Condition: Tales of Terror, Poseidon (New York City), 1986. C//Ve Barker's Books of Blood, Volume Five, Sphere, 1985, published in the United States as In the Flesh: Tales of Terror, Poseidon, 1986. C//ve Barker's Books of Blood, Volume Six, Sphere, 1985. Books of Blood, Volumes 4-6, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1986. The Hellhound Heart (novella; originally published in Night Visions 3, edited by George R. R. Martin, Dark Harvest, 1986), Simon & Schuster (New York City), 1988. Cabal (includes selections from C//Ve Barker's Books of Blood, Volume Six), Poseidon, 1988. London, Volume One: Bloodline, Fontaco, 1993. Novels: The Damnation Game, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1985, Putnam (New York City), 1987. Weaveworld, Poseidon, 1987, special self-illustrated edition, Collins, 1987. The Great and Secret Show: The First Book of the Art, HarperCollins (New York City), 1989. Imajica, HarperCollins, 1991. The Thief of Always: A Fable, self-illustrated, HarperCollins, 1992. Everville: The Second Book of the Art (sequel to The Great and Secret Show), HarperCollins, 1994. Sacrament, Ingram, 1996. Galilee, HarperPrism, 1998. Screenplays: Underworld, Limehouse Pictures, 1985.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 based on the fable The Thief of Always, is forthcoming from Universal. OTHER SOURCES Books: Barbieri, Suzanne J., Clive Barker: Mythmakerforthe Millennium, British Fantasy Society, 1994. Contemporary Popular Writers, St. James Press (Detroit, Ml), 1997. Hoppenstand, Gary, C//Ve Barker's Short Stories: Imagination as Metaphor in the Books of Blood and Other Works, McFarland and Co. (Jefferson, NC), 1994. Jones, Stephen, editor, C//Ve Barker's Shadows in Eden (autobiography), Underwood/Miller, 1991. Periodicals: Advocate, June 23, 1998, p. 99. Electronic: Official Website of Clive Barker, http://www.dive barker.com.*

BARKIN, Ellen 1955(?)PERSONAL Born April 16, 1955 (some sources say 1954 or 1959), in Bronx, NY; father a chemical salesman, mother a hospital administrator; married Gabriel Byrne (an actor), 1988 (divorced, 1993); children: Jack, Romney Marion. Education: Attended High School for the Performing Arts and City College of the City University of New York; Hunter College of the City University of New York, graduated; trained for the stage with Lloyd Richards and Marcia Haufrecht. Addresses: /Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. Worked as a waitress. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a motion picture— comedy/musical, 1992, for Switch; Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite supporting actress—adventure/drama, 1997, for The Fan; Emmy Award, outstanding lead actress in a miniseries or movie, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a miniseries or motion picture made for television, both 1998, for Before Women Had Wings.

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Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Woman playing guitar, Up in Smoke, Paramount, 1978. Beth, Diner, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1982. Sue Anne, Tender Mercies, Universal, 1982. Maggie Foley, Eddie and the Cruisers, Embassy, 1983. Phyllis Isaacson, Daniel, Paramount, 1983. Virginia, "Virginia's Story/' Enormous Changes at the Last Minute, ABC/Ordinary Lives, 1983. Penny Priddy/Peggy Priddy, The Adventures ofBuckaroo Banzai: Across the Eighth Dimension, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984. Katie, Harry and Son, Orion, 1984. Mary O'Connor, Terminal Choice, Almi, 1985. Starr, Desert Bloom, Columbia, 1986. Laurette, Down by Law, Island, 1986. Anne Osborne, The Big Easy, Columbia, 1986. Claire, Siesta, Lorimar, 1987. Lucille, Made in Heaven, Lorimar, 1987. Sunny Boyd, Johnny Handsome, TriStar, 1989. Helen, Sea of Love, Universal, 1989. Amanda Brooks, Switch, Warner Bros., 1991. Oona, Mac, Samuel Goldwyn, 1992. Kathleen, Into the West, Miramax, 1992. Joan Spruance, Man Trouble, Twentieth Century-Fox,

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Also appeared in episodes of Search for Tomorrow, CBS. Television Appearances; Pilots: Chris Capoletti, We're Fighting Back, CBS, 1981. Donna, Parole, CBS, 1982. Ellen Gray, Murder Ink, CBS, 1983. Television Appearances; Specials: The American Film Institute Salute to Jack Nicholson, 1994. Presenter, The 67th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1995. Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 1997. Stage Appearances: Starkey, Killings on the Last Line, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1980. Christine, Shout across the River, Marymount Manhattan Theatre, New York City, 1980. Terry, Extremities, Westside Arts Theatre, New York City, 1983. May, Fool for Love, Douglas Fairbanks Theatre, New York City, 1984. Eden Court, produced off-Broadway, 1985. Also appeared in Irish Coffee, Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City; and Tobacco Road.*

1992. Caroline, This Boy's Life, Warner Bros., 1993. Margaret Wells, Bad Company, Buena Vista, 1995. Herself, Unzipped, Miramax, 1995. Calamity Jane, Wild Bill, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1995. Rita Everly, Mad Dog Time, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1996. Jewel Stern, The Fan, Sony Pictures, 1996. North Star Waitress, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Universal, 1998. Amber's Mother, Dairy Queens, New Line Cinema,

1999. Television Appearances; Movies: Kent State, NBC, 1981. Ronnie, Terrible ]oe Moran, CBS, 1984. Annette Gilly, Act of Vengeance, HBO, 1986. Nadine Powers, Clinton and Nadine, 1988. Glory Marie Jackson, Before Women Had Wings (also known as Oprah Winfrey Presents: Before Women Had Wings), ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Princess Henrietta, "The Princess Who Had Never Laughed," Faerie Tale Theatre, Showtime, 1986.

BARRY, John 1933PERSONAL Full name, John Barry Prendergast; born November 3, 1933, in York, England; son of a movie theatre owner; married Jane Birkin (divorced); married; wife's name, Laurie. Addresses: Office— Deutsch, Kerrigan and Stiles, 755 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA 70130-3629. Career: Musician, composer, arranger, conductor, and music producer. John Barry Seven (musical group), founder, 1955, member, 1955-62. EMI Records, music director; CBS Records, music arranger and producer. Military service: Served in the army in Cyprus in the 1950s. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, outstanding achievement in composing original music for television, 1964, for Elizabeth Taylor in London; Academy Award, best original score for a motion

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picture, 1966, for Bom Free; Academy Award (with Don Black), best song, 1966, for the title song from Bom Free; Academy Award, best original score for a motion picture, 1968, for The Lion in Winter; Grammy Award, best instrumental composition, 1969, for Midnight Cowboy; Academy Award nomination, best original score for a motion picture, 1971, for Mary, Queen of Scots; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding achievement in composing original music for television, 1977, for Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years; Academy Award and Golden Globe Award, both for best original score for a motion picture, 1985, for Out of Africa; Grammy Award (with Bob Wilber), best big band performance, 1985, for The Cotton Club/Original Motion Picture Soundtrack; Golden Globe Award nomination (with Duran Duran), best original song for a motion picture, 1985, for the title song from A View to a Kill; Academy Award and Golden Globe Award nomination, both best original score for a motion picture, 1990, for Dances with Wolves; Academy Award nomination and Golden Globe Award nomination, both best original score for a motion picture, 1992, for Chaplin.

Frances, Universal, 1982. Octopussy, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1983. Music supervisor, The Cotton Club, Orion, 1984. lagged Edge, Columbia, 1985. Conductor, Peggy Sue Got Married, TriStar, 1986. Dances with Wolves, Orion, 1990. Conductor, The Specialist, Warner Bros., 1994. Conductor, The Scarlet Letter, Buena Vista, 1995. Music producer, Cry, the Beloved Country, Miramax, 1995. Conductor, /Across the Sea of Time (documentary; also known as/Across the Sea of Time: New York 3D), Sony Pictures Classics, 1995. Conductor and music producer, Swept from the Sea (also known as Amy Foster), TriStar, 1997.

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Television Appearances; Series: (With the John Barry Seven) Oh Boy!, Associated British Picture Corporation, 1958-59. Music performer, The Human Jungle, Associated British Picture Corporation, 1963-65.

Film Work; Music Director, Unless Otherwise Noted: Dr. No, United Artists, 1962. Music arranger, The Cool Mikado, United Artists, 1963. Man in the Middle, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1964. Seance on a Wet Afternoon, Artixo, 1964. Conductor, Petulia, Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1968. The Last Valley, Cinerama, 1971. Mary, Queen of Scots, Universal, 1971. Murphy's War, Paramount, 1971. Walkabout, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1971. The Public Eye (also known as Follow Me), Universal, 1972. The White Buffalo (also known as Hunt to Kill), United Artists, 1977. The Black Hole, Buena Vista, 1979. Starcrash (also known as The Adventures of Stella Star, Female Space Invaders, Stella Star, and Scontri stellari oltra la terza dimensione), New World Pictures, 1979. The Game of Death (also known as Bruce Lee's The Came of Death, Goodbye Bruce Lee: His Last Game of Death, and Si Wang You Ju), Columbia, 1979. Somewhere in Time, Universal, 1980. Body Heat, Warner Bros., 1981.

Film Appearances: The Cool Mikado, United Artists, 1963. Himself, The Dream Maker (also known as It's All Happening), British Lion/Universal, 1963. Composer, Deadfall, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1968. Orchestra conductor, The Living Daylights, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1987.

Television Appearances; Specials: "John Barry's Moviola/' Great Performances, PBS, 1993. The World of James Bond, Fox, 1995. Television Appearances; Episodic: (With the John Barry Seven) Drumbeat, BBC, 1959. RECORDINGS Albums: (With others) Music from "The Spy Who Loved Me" and Other Great lames Bond Thrillers, Springboard, 1977. (With Bob Wilber) The Cotton Club/Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Geffen Records, 1984. Other albums include ]ohn Barry: The EMI Years, three volumes, Scamp; and The Music of John Barry, Columbia; other soundtrack recordings of Barry's work include Beat Girl, released by Play It Again, The Black Hole, and 2Midnight Cowboy; work also appears on albums of music from James Bond films.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 WRITINGS Composer for Films: Beat Girl, Victoria, 1959. Never Let Co, Independent Artists, 1960. Mix Me a Person, British Lion, 1961. The L-Shaped Room, Davis/Royal/Columbia, 1962. The Amorous Mr. Prawn (also known as The Amorous Prawn and The Playgirl and the War Minister), British Lion, 1962. Dr. No, United Artists, 1962. From Russia with Love, United Artists, 1963. Zulu, Embassy, 1964. Coldfinger (also known as Ian Fleming's Goldfinger), United Artists, 1964. A ]olly Bad Fellow (also known as They All Died Laughing), British Lion, 1964. Man in the Middle, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1964. Seance on a Wet Afternoon, Artixo, 1964. The Ipcress File, Universal, 1965. The Knack (also known as The Knack . . . and How to Get it), United Artists, 1965. King Rat, Columbia, 1965. Thunderball, United Artists, 1965. Mister Moses, United Artists, 1965. Born Free, Columbia, 1966. The Chase, Columbia, 1966. The Wrong Box, Columbia, 1966. Dutchman, Continental, 1966. The Party's Over, Allied Artists, 1966. Four In the Morning, West One, 1966. The Quiller Memorandum, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1967. The Whisperers, Lopert, 1967. You Only Live Twice, United Artists, 1967. Boom!, Universal, 1968. Deadfall, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1968. Petulia, Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1968. The Lion in Winter, Avco-Embassy, 1968. Midnight Cowboy, United Artists, 1969. On Her Majesty's Secret Service, United Artists, 1969. The Appointment, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1969. Monte Walsh, National General, 1970. Diamonds Are Forever, United Artists, 1971. The Last Valley, Cinerama, 1971. Mary, Queen of Scots, Universal, 1971. Murphy's War, Paramount, 1971. They Might Be Giants, Universal, 1971. Walkabout, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1971. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, American National, 1972. The Public Eye (also known as Follow Me), Universal, 1972.

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A Doll's House, Paramount, 1973. The Man with the Golden Gun, United Artists, 1974. The Tamarind Seed, Avco-Embassy, 1974. The Dove, Paramount, 1974. The Day of the Locust, Paramount, 1975. Robin and Marian, Columbia, 1976. King Kong (also known as King Kong: The Legend Reborn), Paramount, 1976. The Deep, Columbia, 1977. The White Buffalo (also known as Hunt to Kill), United Artists, 1977. First Love, Paramount, 1977. The Betsy (also known as Harold Robbins' The Betsy), Allied Artists, 1978. Moonraker, United Artists, 1979. The Came of Death (also known as Bruce tee's The Came of Death, Goodbye Bruce Lee: His Last Game of Death, and Si Wang You Ju), Columbia, 1979. The Black Hole, Buena Vista, 1979. Hanover Street, Columbia, 1979. Starcrash (also known as The Adventures of Stella Star, Female Space Invaders, Stella Star, and Scontri Stellari Oltra la Terza Dimensione), New World Pictures, 1979. Somewhere in Time, Universal, 1980. Inside Moves, Associated Film, 1980. Night Games (also known as Love Cannes), AvcoEmbassy, 1980. Raise the Titanic, Associated Film, 1980. Touched by Love, Columbia, 1980. Murder by Phone (also known as Be//s, The Be//s, The Calling, and Hell's Bells), New World Pictures, 1981. Body Heat, Warner Bros., 1981. The Legend of the Lone Ranger, Universal, 1981. Frances, Universal, 1982. Hammett, Warner Bros., 1983. High Road to China, Warner Bros., 1983. Octopussy, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1983. The Golden Seal, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1983. The Cotton Club, Orion, 1984. (With Joe Jackson) Mike's Murder, Warner Bros., 1984. Until September, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1984. A View to a Kill (also known as From a View to a Kill), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1985. Out of Africa, Universal/1985. Jagged Edge, Columbia, 1985. Peggy Sue Got Married, TriStar, 1986. Howard the Duck (also known as Howard: A New Breed of Hero), Universal, 1986.

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A Killing Affair (also known as My Sister's Keeper), Hemdale, 1986. The Golden Child, Paramount, 1986. Hearts of Fire, Lorimar, 1987. The Living Daylights, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1987. Masquerade, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1988. Dances with Wolves, Orion, 1990. Chaplin, TriStar, 1992. Indecent Proposal, Paramount, 1993. Ruby Cairo (also known as Deception and The Missing Link: Ruby Cairo), Miramax, 1993. My Life, Columbia, 1993. The Specialist, Warner Bros., 1994. The Scarlet Letter, Buena Vista, 1995. Across the Sea of Time (documentary; also known as /Across the Sea of Time: New York 3D), Sony Pictures Classics, 1995. Swept from the Sea (also known as Amy Foster), Sony Pictures Entertainment/TriStar, 1997. Mercury Rising (also known as Mercury Falling, Simon, and Simple Simon), Universal, 1998. Playing by Heart (also known as Dancing about Architecture and If They Only Knew), Miramax, 1998.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 The Saint, Paramount, 1997. "Born Free," The Lost World: Jurassic Park (also known as The Lost World), Universal, 1997. "The Ipcress File," Great Expectations, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. "6 Underground (The Umbrellas of Ladywell Mix No. 2)," Can't Hardly Wait (also known as The Party), Columbia/Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1998. Composer of Theme Music for Television, Unless Otherwise Noted; Series: Music for series, Impromptu, BBC-2, 1964. The Persuaders!, Incorporated Television Company, 1971. Shirley's World, ABC, 1971-72. The Adventurer, Incorporated Television Company, 1972. Orson Welles' Great Mysteries, Anglia TV, 1974. USA Today: The Television Show, syndicated, 1988-

90. Composer of Music for Television; Movies: The Class Menagerie, ABC, 1973. Young ]oe, the Forgotten Kennedy, ABC, 1977. The War between the Tates, ABC, 1977. The Gathering, ABC, 1977.

Willa, 1979. Composer of Songs for Films: Title song, Born Free, Columbia, 1966. "Play It Again/' The Tamarind Seed, Avco-Embassy, 1974. "Will This Be the Song I'll Be Singing Tomorrow?/' Came of Death (also known as Bruce Lee's The Came of Death, Goodbye Bruce Lee: His Last Game of Death, and Si Wang You Ju), Columbia, 1979. "The Man in the Mask/' The Legend of the Lone Ranger, Universal, 1981. "Letting Go," The Golden Seal, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1983. "All Time High," Octopussy, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1983. (With Duran Duran) Title song, A View to a Kill (also known as From a View to a Kill), Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1985. "The Best Man in the World" and "Wisdom of the Ages," The Co/den Child, Paramount, 1986. "The Living Daylights," "Where Has Everybody Gone?," and "If There Was a Man," The Living Daylights, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1987. "The Secrets of My Heart," Ruby Cairo (also known as Deception and The Missing Link: Ruby Cairo), Miramax, 1993.

The Corn Is Green, CBS, 1979. Svengali, CBS, 1983. Witness, Showtime, 1993. Composer of Music for Television; Specials: Elizabeth Taylor in London, CBS, 1963. Sophia Loren in Rome, ABC, 1964. "Love among the Ruins," ABC Theatre, ABC, 1975. "Eleanor and Franklin," ABC Theatre, ABC, 1976. "Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years," ABC Theatre, ABC, 1977. "John Barry's Moviola," Creat Performances, PBS, 1993. The World of James Bond, Fox, 1995. Composer of Music for the Stage: Passion Flower Hotel, 1965. Lolita My Love, 1968. Billy, 1974. (With Don Black) The Little Prince and the Aviator, Alvin Theatre, New York City, 1982. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Guitar Player, April, 1997, p. 63. Soundtrack, March, 1988, pp. 28-31.*

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Surname is pronounced "Bay-singer"; born December 8,1953, in Athens, GA; daughter of Don Basinger (a big-band musician and loan company manager), mother a model; married Ron Britton (a painter and makeup artist), c. 1982 (some sources say 1980; divorced, c. 1988, some sources say 1989 or 1990); married Alec Baldwin (an actor), August 19, 1993; children: (second marriage) Ireland Eliesse. Education: Trained for the stage at Neighborhood Playhouse, New York City. Addresses: Office—11288 Ventura Blvd., Suite 414, Studio City, CA 91604. Agent—Ron Meyer, Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA90212. Career: Actress. Eileen Ford Agency, New York City, model, 1972-77; singer, using the pseudonym "Chelsea/' Volunteer with Performing Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Appeared in music video for "Mary Jane's Last Dance/' Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers; also performed vocals with Was Not Was and Prince. Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture, 1985, for The Natural; Academy Award, best supporting actress, British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a leading role, Golden Globe Award, best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture, and Screen Actors Guild Award, outstanding performance by a female actor in a supporting role, all 1998, for LA. Confidential. CREDITS Film Appearances: Jodie Lynn Palmer, Hard Country, Universal, 1981. Andrea Spalding, Mother Lode (also known as The Last Great Treasure and Search for the Mother Lode), Agamemnon, 1982. Louise, The Man Who Loved Women, Columbia, 1983.

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Domino Petachi, Never Say Never Again, Warner Bros., 1983. Memo Paris, The Natural, TriStar, 1984. May, Fool for Love, Cannon, 1985. Elizabeth, 9 1/2 Weeks, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1986. Michel Duval, No Mercy, TriStar, 1986. Nadia Gates, Blind Date, TriStar, 1987. Title role, Nadine, TriStar, 1987. Celeste, My Stepmother Is an Alien, Columbia, 1988. Vicki Vale, Batman, Warner Bros., 1989. Vicki Anderson, The Marrying Man, Buena Vista, 1991. Heather Evans, Final Analysis, Warner Bros., 1992. Holli Would, Cool World, Paramount, 1992. Karen McCoy, The Real McCoy, Universal, 1993. Honey Hornee, Wayne's World 2, Paramount, 1993. Carol McCoy, The Cetaway, Universal, 1994. Kitty Potter, Ready to Wear (Pret-a-Porter), Miramax, 1994. Lynn Bracken, LA. Confidential, Warner Bros., 1997. Kuki Gallman, / Dreamed of Africa, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1999. Film Work; Song Performer: The Marrying Man, Buena Vista, 1991. Cool World, Paramount, 1992. Television Appearances; Series: Officer J. Z. Kane, Dog and Cat, ABC, 1977. Lorene Rogers, From Here to Eternity, NBC, 1980. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Lorene Rogers, From Here to Eternity, NBC, 1979. Television Appearances; Episodic: Linda, "Angels in Chains/' Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1976. Sheila, "Night Train to Dallas/' Gemini Man, NBC, 1976. "Dark Sunrise/' McMillan, NBC, 1977. Lorraine Stenger, "The Ultimate Imposter," The SixMillion Dollar Man, ABC, 1977. Alison Jordan, "Lady Ice," Vegas, ABC, 1978. Good Morning America, ABC, 1988. Entertainment Tonight, syndicated, 1989. This Evening, syndicated, 1989. Host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1994. Voice of herself, "When You Wish upon a Star," The Simpsons, Fox, 1998. Television Appearances; Movies: Officer]. Z. Kane, Dog and Cat, ABC, 1977. Prissy Frazier, The Ghost of Flight 401, NBC, 1978.

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Katie McEvera, Katie: Portrait of a Centerfold, NBC, 1978. Laury Medford, Killjoy, CBS, 1981. Television Appearances; Specials: Premiere: Inside the Summer Blockbusters, Fox, 1989. Host, MTV's 10th Anniversary Special, MTV, 1991. Dame Edna's Hollywood, NBC, 1992. Dangerous Came of Fame, syndicated, 1992. Hollywood Stars: A Century of Cinema, The Disney Channel, 1995. Cohost and narrator, "Black Market Birds: On Location with Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger" (also known as "Vanishing Birds of the Amazon"), Wild! Life Adventures (also known as TOPX), TBS, 1996. Intimate Portrait: Sean Connery, Lifetime, 1997. Interviewee, The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: MTV's 1990 Video Music Awards, MTV, 1990. Presenter, MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 1992. Presenter, The 9th Annual Cenesis Awards, 1995. WRITINGS Nonfiction: Kim's Kitchen: Tempting Lowfat and Delicious Vegetarian Dishes, General Publishing, 1997. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Cosmopolitan, February, 1991. Entertainment Weekly, October 3, 1997, p. 38. Good Housekeeping, May, 1996, p. 98. Interview, April, 1998, p. 110. Ladies' Home Journal, April, 1990; February, 1998, p. 116. People Weekly, April 22, 1991; September 6, 1993; April 21, 1997, p. 109. Premiere, September, 1989; June, 1993. Redbook, February, 1994. Variety, March 8, 1993; June 24, 1993. Vogue, April, 1988; May, 1991.*

BEART, Emmanuelle 1965PERSONAL Born August 14, 1965, in St. Tropez, France; daughter of Guy Beart (a singer and poet) and a home-

maker; married Daniel Auteuil (an actor); children: one daughter. Addresses: /Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Cesar Award, Academic des Arts et Techniques du Cinema (France), best supporting actress, 1987, for jean de Florette II; Cesar Award nomination, best actress, 1996, for Ne//y and Monsieur Arnaud. CREDITS Film Appearances: La course du lievre a travers les champs (also known as And Hope to Die), Paramount, 1972. Demain les momes, 1975. Tomorrow's Children, 1976. Helene, Premiers desirs (also known as First Desires), [France], 1983. Nicole ou I'enfant trouve, 1983. Zacharius, 1984. Un amour interdit, [France], 1984. A Summer in St. Tropez, 1984. Sonia Mornant, Raison perdue, [France], 1984. Una strana pass/one, 1984. Samantha, L'amour en douce (also known as Love on the Quiet and Une amie de passage), [France], 1985. Manon Cadoret, Manon des sources (also known as Manon of the Spring and lean de Florette II), Orion Classics, 1986. Angel, Date with an Angel, DEC, 1987. Eva, A gauche en sortant de I'ascenseur (also known as Door on the Left as You Leave the Elevator), Fideline Films/Orly Films/Renn Productions, 1988. Marie, Les enfants du desordre (also known as Children of Chaos), [France], 1989. Herself, Contre I'oubl'i (also known as Against Oblivion, Lest We Forget, and Ecrire contre I'oubli), Amnesty International/Les Films du Paradoxe, 1991. Isabelle, // Viaggio di Cap/tan Fracassa (also known as Captain Fracassa's Journey and Le voyage de capitaine Fracasse), Cecchi Gori/Gaumont, 1991. Marianne, La belle noiseuse (also known as The Beautiful Troublemaker and Divertimento), New Yorker Video, 1991. Ingrid, j'embrasse pas (also known as / Don't Kiss and Niente bad sulla bocca), BAG Films, 1991.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Camilie, Un coeur en hiver (also known as A Heart in Winter and A Heart of Stone), October Films, 1992. Lucie, Raptures, Les Films Ariane, 1993. Nelly, L'enfer (also known as Hell, jealousy, and Torment), Fox Lorber, 1994. Jeanne, Une femme francaise (also known as A French Woman and Eine franzoesische Frau), Recorded Pictures Company, 1995. Nelly, Ne//y and Monsieur Arnaud, New Yorker Video, 1995. Claire Phelps, Mission: Impossible, Paramount, 1996. Dona Elvire, Don ]uan, [France], 1998. Alda, Voleur de vie (also known as Stolen Life), AFMD, 1998. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Interview, May, 1996, p. 92.*

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BEASLEY, William S. (Bill Beasley, William Beasley) PERSONAL Education: Graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in cinematography; attended Directors Guild of America training program. Addresses: Contact—Directors Guild of America, 7920 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046. Career: Producer, director, and unit production manager. Military service: Served in the United States Air Force. Member: Directors Guild of America. CREDITS Film Work: (As Bill Beasley) Assistant director, Up in Smoke (also known as Cheech and Chong's Up in Smoke), Paramount, 1978.

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Assistant director, Moment by Moment, Universal, 1978. Assistant director, Coin" South, Paramount, 1978. (As Bill Beasley) Second assistant director, Breaking Away (also known as Bambjno), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. (As Bill Beasley) Second assistant director, American Gigolo, Paramount, 1980. (As Bill Beasley) Assistant director, Can't Stop the Music, Associated Film, 1980. First assistant director, Halloween II, Universal, 1981. (As Bill Beasley) First assistant director, Only When I Laugh (also known as It Hurts Only When I Laugh and Neil Simon's Only When I Laugh), Columbia, 1981. First assistant director, My Favorite Year, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1982. (As William Beasley) First assistant director, Staying Alive, Paramount, 1983. (As Bill Beasley) First assistant director, The Star Chamber, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. (As Bill Beasley) First assistant director, Johnny Dangerously, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984. Assistant director, Racing with the Moon, Paramount, 1984. First assistant director, 20/0 (also known as 20/0: The Year We Make Contact), United Artists, 1984. First assistant director, The Man with One Red Shoe, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1985. First assistant director, Poltergeist II: The Other Side (also known as Poltergeist II), Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1986. (As Bill Beasley) Assistant director, Ruthless People, Buena Vista, 1986. First assistant director, The Lost Boys, Warner Bros., 1987. Unit production manager, Beaches (also known as Forever Friends), Buena Vista, 1988. Production manager, Big Business, Buena Vista, 1988. Associate producer and unit production manager, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (also known as Christmas Vacation), Warner Bros., 1989. Associate producer and unit production manager, Arachnophobia, Buena Vista, 1990. Associate producer and unit production manager, Basic Instinct, TriStar, 1992. Producer (with others), production manager, and second unit director, Fearless, Warner Bros., 1993. Associate producer and unit production manager, Falling Down, Warner Bros., 1993.

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(As William Beasley) Producer (with others) and unit production manager, Baby's Day Out, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994. Executive producer and unit production manager, Miracle on 34th Street, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994. Production manager (San Francisco unit), Being Human, Warner Bros., 1994. Producer (with others), Something to Talk About (also known as Grace Under Pressure and The Power of Love), Warner Bros., 1995. Producer (with others) and unit production manager, The Cable Guy, ColumbiaATriStar, 1996. Executive producer and unit production manager, / Know What You Did Last Summer, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997. Producer (with others), / St/7/ Know What You Did Last Summer (also known as / Know What You Did Last Summer 2, I Know What You Did Last Summer: The Sequel, I Know What You Did Last Summer. . . the Story Continues, I Know What You Did Two Summers Ago, and / St/7/ Know), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1998. Television Work; Series: First assistant director, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, NBC, 1986. Television Work; Movies: First assistant director, The Princess and the Cabbie, CBS, 1981. (As Bill Beasley) First assistant director, Mae West, ABC, 1982.*

BEATTY, Warren 1937PERSONAL Full name, Henry Warren Beatty; born March 30, 1937, in Richmond, VA; son of Ira O. and Kathlyn (Maclean) Beatty; brother of Shirley MacLaine (an actress, dancer, director, producer, and writer); married Annette Bening (an actress), March 3, 1992; children: Kathlyn, Benjamin, Isabel Ira Ashley. Education: Attended the Stella Adler Theatre School, 1957; graduated from Northwestern University, 1959. Addresses: /Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor, director, and producer.

Member: Screen Actors Guild, Writers Guild of America, Directors Guild of America, Sigma Chi. Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award, 1960; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actor in a featured or supporting dramatic role, 1960, for A Loss of Roses; Golden Globe Award, new star of the year, 1962; Academy Award nominations, best actor and best picture, both 1967, for Bonnie and Clyde; Hasty Pudding Man of the Year, Hasty Pudding Theatricals, Harvard University, 1975; National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO) star of the year, 1975; Academy Award nomination (with Robert Towne), best original screenplay, National Society of Film Critics Award (with Robert Towne), best original screenplay, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best actor in a motion picture musical or comedy, all 1975, for Shampoo; NATO director of the year and NATO producer of the year, both 1978; Academy Award nominations, best actor, best director (with Buck Henry), best screenplay based on material from another medium (with Elaine May), and best picture, all 1978, and Golden Globe Award, best actor in a musical/comedy, 1979, all for Heaven Can Wait; Academy Award, Golden Globe Award, and Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, all best director, Directors Guild of America citation for outstanding directorial achievement for feature films, Academy Award nominations, best actor, best original screenplay (with Trevor Griffiths), and best picture, and Golden Globe Award nominations, best actor in a motion picture drama and best original screenplay, all 1981, for Reds; Academy Award nominations, best actor and best picture (with Mark Johnson and Barry Levinson), and Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture drama, all 1991, for Bugsy; Golden Lion Award nomination, Venice Film Festival, 1998, and Academy Award nomination, best screenplay written directly for the screen, 1999, for Bulworth. CREDITS Film Appearances: Pablo di Leo, The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (also known as The Widow and the Gigolo), Warner Bros., 1961. Bud Stamper, Splendor in the Grass, Warner Bros., 1961. Berry-Berry WiHart, All Fall Down, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1962. Vincent Bruce, Lilith, Columbia, 1963. Title role and the comic, Mickey One, Columbia, 1965.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Harley Rummel, Promise Her Anything, Paramount, 1966. Barney Lincoln, Kaleidoscope (also known as The Bank Breaker), Warner Bros., 1966. Clyde Barrow, Bonnie and Clyde, Warner Bros./ Seven Arts, 1967. Joe Grady, The Only Game in Town, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1970. John Q. McCabe, McCabe and Mrs. Miller, Warner Bros., 1971. Joe Collins, Dollars (also known as The He/stand $), Columbia, 1971. Year of the Woman (documentary), 1973. Joseph Frady, The Parallax View, Paramount, 1974. Nicky, The Fortune (also known as Spite and Malice), Columbia, 1975. George Roundee, Shampoo, Columbia, 1975. Joe Pendleton, Leo Farnsworth, and Tom Jarrett, Heaven Can Wait, Paramount, 1978. John Reed, Reds, Paramount, 1981. Himself, George Stevens: A Filmmaker's journey (documentary), Rosebud Communications, 1984. Lyle Rogers, Ishtar, Columbia, 1987. Title role, Dick Tracy, Buena Vista, 1990. Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel, Bugsy, TriStar, 1991. Himself, Madonna: Truth or Dare (also known as In Bed with Madonna and Truth or Dare), Miramax, 1991. Mike Gambril, Love Affair, Warner Bros., 1994. Jay Billington Bulworth, Bulworth, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Town and Country, New Line Cinema, 1999. Mr. Hughes, forthcoming. Film Work: Producer, Bonnie and Clyde, Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1967. Producer, Shampoo, Columbia, 1975. Director (with Buck Henry) and producer, Heaven Can Wait, Paramount, 1978. Director and producer, Reds, Paramount, 1981. Producer, Ishtar, Columbia, 1987. Executive producer, The Pick-Up Artist, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1987. Director and producer, Dick Tracy, Buena Vista, 1990. Producer (with Mark Johnson and Barry Levinson), Bugsy, TriStar, 1991. Producer, Love Affair, Warner Bros., 1994. Director and producer, Bulworth, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Milton Armitage, The Many Loves of Dobie Cillis (also known as Dobie G////S), CBS, 1959-60.

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Television Appearances; Specials: The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1990. Michael Landon: Memories with Laughter and Love, NBC, 1991. Victory and Valor: A Special Olympics All-Star Celebration, 1991. Warren Beatty Talking with David Frost, PBS, 1992. An American Reunion: The 52nd Presidential Inaugural Gala, 1993. The Late Show with David Letterman Video Special, CBS, 1994. Master of ceremonies, The American Film Institute Salute to Jack Nicholson (also known as The AFI Salute to ]ack Nicholson), CBS, 1994. The First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies, HBO, 1995. The American Film Institute Salute to Steven Spielberg, NBC, 1995. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 53rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1981. The 62nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1990. The 49th Annual Golden Globe Awards, TBS, 1992. Presenter, The 70th Annual Academy A wards, ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Curly-Headed Kid/' Kraft Television Theatre, NBC, 1957. "The Night America Trembled/' Studio One, CBS, 1957. "The Visitor/' Alcoa Presents, ABC, 1960. "The Pearl ie Garnet Story," Wagon Train, ABC, 1964. Mystery guest, What's My Line?, CBS, 1965. Himself, Vibe, syndicated, 1998. Himself, The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 1998. Also appeared in Love of Life and Playhouse 90, both CBS; One Step Beyond, ABC; and Suspicion, NBC. Stage Appearances: A Loss of Roses, Broadway production, 1960. Appeared in Compulsion, North Jersey Playhouse. WRITINGS Screenplays, Unless Otherwise Noted: (With Robert Towne) Shampoo, Columbia, 1975. (With Elaine May) Heaven Can Wait (based on the play by Harry Segall), Paramount, 1978.

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(With Trevor Griffiths) Reds, Paramount, 1981. Songwriter (with others), Ishtar, Columbia, 1987. Love Affair (based on the film An Affair to Remember), Warner Bros., 1994. Author of story, Bulworth, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Memoirs: Warren Beatty and Desert Eyes: A Life and a Story, Doubleday (Garden City, NY), 1987. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Cosmopolitan, June, 1983, p. 218; December, 1991, p. 154. Esquire, May, 1990, p. 151. Film Comment, January/February, 1992, p. 28. Life, May, 1987. McCall's, February, 1992, p. 96. New York Times, December 8, 1991, sec. 2, p. H1. People Weekly, July 2,1990, p. 78; July 29, 1991, p. 36. Premiere, July, 1990, pp. 52-60, 103-105; January, 1992, p. 48. Redbook, October, 1994, pp. 94-100. Rolling Stone, May 31, 1990, p. 44. Time, December 9, 1991, p. 90.*

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Full name, Edward James Begley, Jr.; born September 16, 1949, in Hollywood, CA; son of Edward James (an actor) and Allene Jeanne (an actress; maiden name, Sanders) Begley; married Ingrid Margaret Taylor, October 31, 1976 (divorced, 1989); children: Amanda, Nicholas. Education: Attended Los Angeles Valley College; trained for the stage with Peggy Fuery. Politics: Democrat. Religion: Roman Catholic. Avocational interests: Carpentry, organic gardening, environmental causes. Addresses: Contact—The SterlingA/Vinters Company, 1900 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 1640, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actor. Nightclub performer at various venues, including the Troubadour, the Ice House, the Bottom Line, and Max's Kansas City; camera operator for documentary films and commercials. Los An-

geles Environmental Affairs Committee, member, 1993; Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy, member, 1994, then chair. Member: Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nominations, outstanding supporting actor in a drama series, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, and 1987, and Golden Globe Award nomination, 1986, all for St. Elsewhere. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Lieutenant Robert W. Chapman, Roll Out!, CBS, 1973-74. Steve Fletcher, Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, syndicated, 1976. Dr. Victor Ehrlich, 5t. Elsewhere, NBC, 1982-88. Ed "Hobo" Hobart, The Ed Begley, )r. Show (also known as Nobody's Puppet and Friendly Ed), CBS, 1989. Gil Buckman, Parenthood, NBC, 1990. Glenn Barker, Winnetka Road, NBC, 1994. Dr. Edward Parker, Meego, CBS, 1997. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Harry Hopkins, World War II: When Lions Roared (also known as World War // . . . Then There Were Giants), NBC, 1994. Television Appearances; Movies: Driver, Family Flight, ABC, 1972. Moss Til I is, Amateur Night at the Dixie Bar and Grill, NBC, 1979. John Haaland, A Shining Season, CBS, 1979. D. C. Fontana, Elvis, ABC, 1979. Clay, Hot Rod (also known as Rebel of the Road), ABC, 1979. Warren Krueger, Not Just Another Affair (also known as Perfect Affair), CBS, 1982. Jeb, Rascals and Robbers: The Secret Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn, CBS, 1982. Whitey Whitney, Still the Beaver, CBS, 1983. Matt Randolph, An Uncommon Love, CBS, 1983. Leonard Lupo, Roman Holiday, NBC, 1987. Jake Foreman, Celebration Family, ABC, 1987. Paul Sutton, The Incredible Ida Early, NBC, 1987. Alan Rossmore, Spies, Lies and Naked Thighs, CBS, 1988. Stephen Bradley, Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less, USA Network, 1990.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Jerry Soloway, The Big One: The Great Los Angeles Earthquake (also known as The Great Los Angeles Earthquake), NBC, 1990. Howard Feldon, In the Best Interest of the Child (also known as A Mother's P/ea), CBS, 1990. Otis, The Story Lady, NBC, 1991. Darrell Eglin, Chance of a Lifetime (also known as A Change of Heart and Heather's journey), NBC, 1991. Lieutenant Fred House, In the Line of Duty: Siege at Marion (also known as Children of Fury, In the Line of Duty: The Hostage Murders, and In the Line of Duty: Standoff at Marion), NBC, 1992. Chapman Snow, Running Mates (also known as Dirty Tricks), HBO, 1992. Steward Butler, Mastergate, Showtime, 1992. Allen, Exclusive, ABC, 1992. Dave Cormeer, "Cooperstown," TNT Screenworks, TNT, 1993. Earl Strauber, Sensation, HBO, 1994. Ron Daniels, "The Shaggy Dog/' The ABC Family Movie (also known as The Disney Family Movie), ABC, 1994. Jack Davis, Incident at Deception Ridge (also known as Jacks), USA Network, 1994. Irving Krutch, Columbo: Undercover (also known as Columbo Goes Undercover and Columbo: Jigsaw), WC, 1994. Rod Perth, The Late Shift, HBO, 1996. Dr. Warner, Project: ALF (also known as The Return ofALF), ABC, 1996. Henry Whitcomb, Not in This Town (also known as Billings), USA Network, 1997. Gerald, Alone (also known as Morton Foote's Alone), Showtime, 1997. Fitz-Gilbert Hamilton, Murder, She Purred: A Mrs. Murphy Mystery, ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, NBC, 1986. Amy Grant... Headin' Home for the Holidays, NBC,

1986. Host, Motown on Showtime: Comedy on Campus, Showtime, 1990. Host, Live! The World's Greatest Stunts (also known as The Greatest Stunts on Earth), Fox, 1990. A User's Guide to Planet Earth: The American Environment Test, ABC, 1991. A Party for Richard Pryor, CBS, 1991. Heroes of the Earth, 1993. Ned Kincaid, Shining Time Station Family Special: Once upon a Time, PBS, 1995. Mr. Rogers, "Too Soon for Jeff/' ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1996.

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Host, Earth Day at Walt Disney World, The Disney Channel, 1996. One Day, The Disney Channel, 1998. Narrator, Intimate Portrait: Suzanne Somers, Lifetime, 1998. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The Screen Actors Guild 50th Anniversary Celebration, 1984. The International Rock Awards, ABC, 1990. Presenter, The 4th Annual Environmental Media Awards, 1994. Television Appearances; Episodic: Michael, "I Hate You, Silas Marner," Room 222, ABC, 1971. "Babe in the Woods/' Mannix, CBS, 1972. "Programmed for Panic/' Ironside, NBC, 1972. "The King of the Penny Arcade/' Insight, syndicated, 1974. Hank, "The Deadly Dares/' Happy Days, ABC, 1974. "The Incredible Man," Insight, syndicated, 1975. "Bite of the Apple," Baretta, ABC, 1975. "Murder at Sea," Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1976. Bob Feeney, "What Do You Do with a Drunken Sailor?," Laverne and Shirley, ABC, 1976. Harold Farnum, "Diana's Disappearing Act," The New Adventures of Wonder Woman, CBS, 1978. Officer Stein, "How to Dial a Murder," Columbo, NBC, 1978. "No Way to Treat a Body," Quincy (also known as Quincy, M.E.), NBC, 1978. Private Paul Conway, "Too Many Cooks," MM*S*H, CBS, 1979. Kenny, "Angels on Skates," Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1979. "Death Is the Punchline," Barnaby]ones, CBS, 1980. "Honkeytonk," Riker, CBS, 1981. "Voyagers," Voyagers, NBC, 1982. "Clearing House," Insight, syndicated, 1983. "Fish out of Water," Love Boat, ABC, 1984. Host, Saturday Night Live (also known as Saturday Night and SNL), NBC, 1984. Kit, "Stain of Guilt," Quincy (also known as Quincy, M.E.), NBC, 1984. "Christmas Carol II: The Sequel," The George Burns Comedy Week, CBS, 1985. Ichabod Crane, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," Shelley Duvall's Tall Tales and Legends, Showtime, 1986. "Rip Van Winkle," Faerie Tale Theater, Showtime, 1987. Salesman, "Death of Some Salesman," Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1989.

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Principal Alexander, "Crime and Punishment/' Roseanne, ABC, 1993. Himself, "The List/' The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1993. Voice of Jerry, "The Magic School Bus Meets the Rot Squad/' The Magic School Bus, PBS, 1994. Mr. Bean, Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle, Showtime, 1994. Grave squad lawyer, "Partners," Directed By, Showtime, 1994. Trust, Sherman Oaks, Showtime, 1995. Jack Watterson, Dave's World, CBS, 1995. Chris, Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1995. Voice of William Tell, Adventures from the Book of Virtues (animated), PBS, 1996. Tom, The Nanny, CBS, 1996. Jeff, "Green-Eyed Dick," Third Rock from the Sun (also known as Life As We Know It), NBC, 1996. Henry Starling, "Future's End," Parts 1 and 2, Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 1996. Mr. James T. Rothwell, "Trial by Fury," Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, ABC, 1997. Dr. Chris Vanderkamp, "Cap-Beer-Cino," The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1997. Director, Gun, ABC, 1997. Himself, "Putting the 'Gay' Back in Litigation," The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1998. Himself, "When Ellen Talks, People Listen," Ellen, ABC, 1998. Appeared as Charlie Collins and Germs, Batman: The Animated Series, Fox; as Wally, The Don's Day Show, CBS; and as Marv, My Three Sons, ABC and CBS. Television Appearances; Pilots: Ensign Greenbean, Battlestar Galactica (also known as Curse of the Cy/ons), ABC, 1978. Amos Tucker, Tales of the Apple Dumpling Gang, CBS, 1982. Brian Spears, You Are the Jury, NBC, 1986. Other Television Appearances: Virgil, Bobby Jo and the Big Apple Goodtime Band, 1972. Steve, Making It, 1976. Jamie, Mixed Nuts, 1977. Also appeared in An American Love Affair and Home. Film Appearances: The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, Buena Vista, 1970. Druffle, Now You See Him, Now You Don't, Buena Vista, 1972. Derwood Moseby, Charley and the Angel, Buena Vista, 1972.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Where Does It Hurt?, Cinerama, 1972. Pook, Showdown, Universal, 1973. Superdad, Buena Vista, 1974. Tom Peeples, Cockfighter (also known as Born to Kill, Gamblin' Man, and Wild Drifter), New World Pictures, 1975. Lester, Stay Hungry, United Artists, 1975. Priest, Citizens Band (also known as The Great American Citizens Band and Handle with Care), Paramount, 1977. Pokey, Record City, American International Pictures, 1977. Dead of Night, 1977. Whitey Haber, Coin' South, Paramount, 1978. Lieutenant Greenbean, Battlestar Galactica, Universal, 1978. Bobby Joe, Blue Collar, Universal, 1978. Arnold (the king), The One and Only, Paramount, 1978. Soldier, Hardcore (also known as The Hardcore Life), Columbia, 1978. Rescuer, The Concorde: Airport 79 (also known as Airport '80: The Concorde, The Concorde Affair, and S.O.S. Concorde), Universal, 1979. Barry Lutz, The In-Laws, Warner Bros., 1979. First lieutenant, Buddy Buddy, Universal, 1981. Jack Travis, Private Lessons (also known as Philly), Jensen Farley, 1981. Joe Creigh, Cat People, Universal, 1982. Hippie, Eating Raoul, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Voice characterization, The Entity, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Young Simon's father, Young Doctors in Love, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Voice of altitude chamber instructor, An Officer and a Gentleman, Orion, 1982. Colin Beverly, Flip Out (also known as Get Crazy), Embassy, 1983. John "Stumpy" Pepys, This Is Spinal Tap (also known as Spinal Tap), Embassy, 1984. Hassler, Protocol, Warner Bros., 1984. Ben Gunn, Streets of Fire, Universal, 1984. Gil Turner, Transylvania 6-5000, New World Pictures, 1985. Ed, Waiting to Act, Putch-Patrick Productions, 1985. Griffin, Amazon Women on the Moon (also known as Cheeseburger Film Sandwich), Universal, 1987. Charles Leary, The Accidental Tourist, Warner Bros., 1988. Peter Hepburn, Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills, Cinecom, 1989. Bob Patchett, She-Devil, Orion, 1989. Dick Applegate, Meet the Applegates (also known as The Applegates), Triton Pictures, 1991.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Jack Mills, Dark Horse, Republic Pictures International, 1992. Voice characterization, Earth and the American Dream, 1993. Rupert, Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, New Line Cinema, 1994. Carl, Greedy, Universal, 1994. Alan Tyler, The Pagemaster, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994. Jack Martin, Renaissance Man (also known as Army Intelligence and By the Book), Buena Vista, 1994. Bert, Rave Review (also known as Acting on Impulse), Gnu Films, 1995. Paul Van Arsdale, The Crazysitter (also known as Two Much Trouble), New Horizons, 1995. Fred Stickley, Batman Forever (also known as Forever), Warner Bros., 1995. Voice of Pouch the kangaroo, Storybook, Republic Pictures Home Video, 1995. Detective Cecil Dish, Hourglass (also known as The Hitcher '95), LIVE Home Video, 1995. Ebner Frost, Santa with Muscles, Legacy Releasing, 1996. Ms. Bear, Astra Cinema, 1997. Harvey Dankworth, The Lay of the Land (also known as The Student Affair), Northern Arts Entertainment, 1997. Ambassador Ted Ross,/oey, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1997. Zev, I'm Losing You, Lions Gate Films, 1998. Phillip, Addams Family Reunion (also known as Addams Family 3), Twentieth Century-Fox/ Warner Bros. Home Video, 1998. Film Work: Assistant camera operator, Equinox (also known as The Beast), VIP Distributors, 1971.

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BELLO, Maria 1967PERSONAL Full name, Maria Elana Bello; born April 18, 1967, in Norristown, PA. Education: Studied political science at Villanova University. Avocational interests: Kickboxing. Addresses: Agent—The Gersh Agency, 232 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Actress. Dream Yard Drama Project for Kids, Harlem, New York City, founder (with others). Member: Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Screen Actors Guild Award (with George Clooney, Anthony Edwards, Laura Innes, Alex Kingston, Eriq La Salle, Julianna Margulies, Gloria Reuben, and Noah Wyle), outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series, 1998, for ER. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, CBS, 1996. Dr. Anna del Amico, ER, NBC, 1996-98. Television Appearances; Episodic: Mackenzie King, "One Good Man aka Thank You/' Due South, CBS, 1995. Emily Noonan, "The Enemy Within/' Nowhere Man, UPN, 1995. Christine Chazen, Simon, The WB, 1995. Kim, "That Book by Nabokov/' Misery Loves Company, Fox, 1995.

Stage Appearances: Del, The Cryptogram, American Repertory Theatre, Boston, MA, then Westside Theatre/Upstairs, New York City, both 1995.

Television Appearances; Movies: Betsey Nolan, The Commish: Shadow of the Callow, ABC, 1995.

Major Tours: Andrew Makepeace Ladd III, Love Letters, U.S. cities, 1990.

Film Appearances: Kitty, Permanent Midnight, Artisan Entertainment, 1998. Rosie, Payback (also known as Parker), Paramount,

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: E, January/February, 1996, p. 10. People Weekly, January 9, 1984, p. 31; January 8, 1990, p. 55. Science World, April 11, 1997, p. 17.*

1999. Stage Appearances: Small Town Girls with Big Problems, Theatre for the New City, New York City, 1993. Joyce Lakeland, The Killer inside Me, Currican Theatre, New York City, 1994.

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Also appeared in After the Fact, Big Talk, His Pillow, A Life of the Mind, Out of Gas on Lover's Leap, Talked Away, Urban Planning, and Young Frankenstein.

Eye of the Beholder, Filmline International, 1999. General Scott, One Man's Hero, Metro-GoldwynMayer/Orion Pictures, 1999. Taxman, Equinox Entertainment, forthcoming.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Parade, March 22, 1998, p. 18. US, October, 1997, p. 94.*

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Born in 1954, in Dublin, Ireland; married Paula Frazier, 1992. Addresses: /Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 South El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor. Teacher of juvenile delinquents and learning disabled children, London, until 1980. CREDITS Film Appearances: Member of 1961 Spurs team, Those Glory Glory Days, Cinecom International, 1983. Christy, The Courier, Vestron, 1988. MoTaffin, Taffin, 1988. Captain Richard Francis Burton, Mountains of the Moon, TriStar, 1990. Martin Burney, Sleeping with the Enemy, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Beezle, Highway to Hell, Hemdale Releasing, 1992. David Hanover, Love Grimes, Millimeter Films, 1992. Kevin O'Donnell, Patriot Games, Paramount, 1992. Stephen Holmes, The Hummingbird Tree, 1992. Walter Russell, Map of the Human Heart, Miramax, 1993. Jack Conealy, Double Cross, ABC Distributing Co., 1994. Dr. Benjamin Trace, Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace (also known as Lawnmower Man 2: lobe's War), Asso Film, 1996. Whitechapel, Universal/Encore Productions, 1997. Jack Ramsey, Suspicious Minds, 1997. Rhys Williams, The Proposition, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1997. Challenger, The Lost World (also known as Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World), Trimark Pictures, 1998.

Television Appearances; Movies: Morphine and Dolly Mixtures, BBC, 1990. Robin Hood, Robin Hood (also known as The Adventures of Robin Hood), Fox, 1991. Mark Samuels, They (also known as They Watch), Showtime, 1993. Victor Frankenstein, Frankenstein, 1993. Dr. Ramsey, "Where the Dead Are/' Twilight Zone: Rod Serling's Lost Classics, CBS, 1994. Adam Trent, Soft Deceit, HBO, 1994. Ray, Triplecross, Showtime, 1995. Mr. Smith, The Witch's Daughter, 1996. Daniel Morgan, Stolen Women, Captured Hearts, CBS,1997. Drew Latham, The Apocalypse Watch (also known as Robert Ludlam's The Apocalypse Watch), 1997. Inspector Jim Hansen, The Ripper, Starz!, 1997. Stefan, The Island on Bird Street, Showtime, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: DS Beecher, "Credit Where Credit Is Due/' Boon, 1987. Lambert, "The Real Charlotte/' Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1990. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Michael McGurk, Act of Betrayal, Arts and Entertainment, 1990. Television Appearances; Specials:

Presenter, The 74th Annual CableACE Awards (special), Lifetime, 1993.*

BERNSTEIN, Charles 1943PERSONAL Full name, Charles Harry Bernstein; born February 28, 1943, in Minneapolis, MN. Education: Attended thejuilliard School of Music, 1963-64; University of Southern California, B.A., 1966; attended graduate courses at the University of California, Los Angeles, 1966-69. Addresses: Contact—Turnstyle Music, P.O. Box 11413, Beverly Hills, CA90213.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Career: Composer. Affiliated with Turnstyle Music, Beverly Hills, CA. Member: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (member of the executive committee, 1978—), Society of Composers and Lyricists (member of the board of directors, 1986—), Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers. Awards, Honors: Chancellor's teaching fellow, University of California, Los Angeles, 1966; Woodrow Wilson fellow, 1966; Emmy Award, outstanding music direction and composition, 1987, for "Little Miss Perfect/' CBS Schoolbreak Specials; Emmy Award nomination, 1993, for The Sea Wolf. WRITINGS Composer for Television; Series: KateMcShane, CBS, 1975. Who's Watching the Kids?, NBC, 1978. Composer for Television; Miniseries: Scruples, CBS, 1980. Sadat, syndicated, 1983. Drug Wars: The Camarena Story (also known as Desperados: The 'Kiki' Camarena Story), NBC, 1990. Composer for Television, Unless Otherwise Noted; Movies: A Shadow in the Streets, NBC, 1975. Nightmare in Badham County (also known as Nightmare), ABC, 1976. Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby (also known as Rosemary's Baby II), ABC, 1976. And songs (including "A Brand New Day"), Escape from Bogen County, CBS, 1977. Fast Lane Blues, 1977. And songs (including "Back to the Good Times"), Steel Cowboy, NBC, 1978. The Winds of Kitty Hawk, ABC, 1978. Wild and Wooly, ABC, 1978. Thaddeus Rose and Eddie, CBS, 1978. Katie: Portrait of a Centerfold, NBC, 1978. The Cops and Robin, NBC, 1978. Are You in the House Alone?, CBS, 1978. Women at West Point, CBS, 1979. The House on Garibaldi Street, ABC, 1979. Bogie, CBS, 1980. Secret Weapons (also known as Secrets of the Red Bedroom and Sexp/onage), NBC, 1985.

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Malice in Wonderland (also known as The Rumor Mill), CBS, 1985. The Long Hot Summer, NBC, 1985. Generation, ABC, 1985. Covenant, NBC, 1985. Chase, CBS, 1985. Rockabye, CBS, 1986. The Last Fling, MC, 1987. The Man Who Broke One Thousand Chains, HBO, 1987. Ghost of a Chance, CBS, 1987. A Whisper Kills, ABC, 1988. Love and Betrayal (also known as Throwaway Wives), CBS, 1989. And songs (including "Best Pal"), Desperate for Love (also known as Dying for Love), CBS, 1989. The Love She Sought (also known as Last Chance for Romance and A Green Journey), NBC, 1990. Fall from Grace, NBC, 1990. Too Young to Die?, NBC, 1990. She Said No, NBC, 1990. The Ivory Hunters (also known as The Last Elephant and White Gold), TNT, 1990. Yes Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus, ABC, 1991. Payoff, Showtime, 1991. Love, Lies and Murder, NBC, 1991. Guilty Until Proven Innocent (also known as Presumed Guilty), NBC, 1991. Drug Wars: The Cocaine Cartel (also known as Drug Wars //: The Medellin Cartel and Drug Wars II: The Colombia Connection), NBC, 1992. Trial: The Price of Passion, NBC, 1992. Somebody's Daughter, ABC, 1992. The Sea Wo/f(also known as The Seawolf), TNT, 1993. Final Appeal, 1993. Between Love and Hate, 1993. My Name Is Kate, ABC, 1994. Out of Annie's Past, USA Network, 1995. Sophie and the Moonhanger, Lifetime, 1996. Dead Ahead (also known as The Killing Point), USA Network, 1996. Bloodhounds 2, USA Network, 1996. And song "Show Me, Lord," Miss Evers' Boys, HBO, 1997. When Danger Follows You Home (also known as /Access Denied), USA Network, 1997. The Ticket, USA Network, 1997. The Long Island Incident (also known as The Carolyn McCarthy Story), NBC, 1998. The Hunted (also known as Die Cejagte), 1998. Composer for Television; Specials: "Little Miss Perfect," CBS Schoolbreak Specials, CBS, 1987.

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"Caroline" (also known as "Father Arcane's Daughter"), Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1990. Intimate Portrait: Sean Connery, Lifetime, 1997. Composer for Television; Pilots: Legs, ABC, 1978. Composer for Films, Unless Otherwise Noted: Checoslovaquia (short film; documentary), NO-DO, 1969, released as Czechoslovakia, 1970. The Man from O.R.C.Y. (also known as The Real Cone Girls), Cinemation, 1970. Sweet Kill (also known as The Arousers and A Kiss from Eddie), New World Pictures, 1973. Hex (also known as The Shrieking), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1973. That Man Bolt (also known as To Kill a Dragon and Thunderbolt), Universal, 1973. White Lightning (also known as McKlusky), United Artists, 1973. Invasion of the Bee Girls, 1973, released in the United States as Graveyard Tramps, Centaur, 1983. Mr. Majestyk, United Artists, 1974. Gator, United Artists, 1976. A Small Town in Texas, American International Pictures, 1976. Trackdown, United Artists, 1976. Cod Bless Dr. Shagetz, L-T Films, 1977. Outlaw Blues, Warner Bros., 1977. Viva Knievel! (also known as Seconds to Live), Warner Bros., 1977. And songs (including "Fly by Night"), Love at First Bite, American International Pictures, 1979. Coast to Coast, Paramount, 1980. And lyricist (with Jim Seals), Foolin' Around, Columbia, 1980. Music for non-U.S. version, The Hunter, Paramount, 1980. The Entity, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Cu/o, Warner Bros., 1983. And songs (including "Sun Goes Down"), Independence Day (also known as Follow Your Dreams), Warner Bros., 1983. Daddy's Deadly Darling (also known as Daddy's Girl and The Pigs), Aquarius, 1984. A Nightmare on Elm Street, New Line Cinema, 1984. And song "Too Bad You're Crazy," April Fool's Day, Paramount, 1986. (With others) And song "Latin," Blue City, Paramount, 1986. Deadly Friend, Warner Bros., 1986. TheAllnighter, Universal, 1987. Dudes, New Century-Vista, 1987. A Life to Remember: Rose Kennedy, 1991.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Excessive Force, New Line Cinema, 1993. Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision (documentary), Ocean Releasing, 1994. Rumpelstiltskin, Spelling Films International, 1995. Return with Honor (documentary), Sanders and Mock, 1998. Also composer for Sout/ne.*

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Born April 4,1922, in New York, NY; son of Edward and Selma (Feinstein) Bernstein; married Pearl Glusman, December 21, 1946 (divorced); married Eve Adamson, October 25, 1965; children: (first marriage) Peter Matthew, Gregory Eames; (second marriage) Emily Adamson, Elizabeth Campbell. Education: Attended the Walden School, New York University, and thejuilliard School; also studied with Roger Sessions. Addresses: /Agent—Gorfaine/Schwartz Agency, 3301 Barham Blvd., Suite 201, Los Angeles, CA 900681477. Career: Composer, conductor, arranger, music director, music producer, and music supervisor. Concert pianist in New York City, Philadelphia, PA, and Chicago, IL, 1946-50; composer for United Nations radio department, 1949; Young Musicians Foundation, president, 1961—; Valley Symphony Orchestra, CA, music director. Also worked as an actor, dancer, and painter. Military service: U.S. Air Force; served in the Armed Forces Radio Network during World War II. Member: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (first vice president, beginning in 1963; chairperson of the music branch with others), Screen Composers Association (director), Composers and Lyricists Guild of America (president, 1970—), National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (director), Thalians Club (vice president, 1959-62). Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, best score, 1955, for The Man with the Golden Arm; Motion Picture Exhibitor Laurel awards, 1956,1957, and 1962; Academy Award nomination, best score, 1960, for The Magnificent Seven; Academy Award nomination, best score, 1961, for Summer and

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Smoke; Academy Award nomination (with Mack David), best song, 1962, for the theme song from Walk on the Wild Side; Golden Globe Award, best original score, and Academy Award nomination, best original music score, both 1963, for To Kill a Mockingbird; Emmy Award, outstanding achievement in music composition, 1963, for The Making of the President: 1960; Academy Award nomination, best original music score, 1966, for Return of the Seven; Academy Award nomination (with Mack David), best song, 1966, for "My Wishing Doll" from Hawaii; Academy Award nomination, best original music score, 1966, and Golden Globe Award, best original score, 1967, both for Hawaii; Academy Award, best original music score, 1967, for Thoroughly Modern Millie; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best musical play, 1968, for How Now, Dow /ones; Academy Award nomination (with Don Black), best song, and Golden Globe Award nomination (with Don Black), best original song, both 1969, for the theme song from True Grit; Academy Award nomination (with Don Black), best song, 1974, for "Wherever Love Takes Me" from Gold; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding achievement in music composition for a series, 1976, for Best Sellers; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best score of a musical, 1983, for Merlin; Academy Award nomination, best original song score or adaptation score, 1983, for Trading Places; Career Achievement Award, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, 1991; Academy Award nomination, best original score, 1993, for The Age of Innocence; Maverick Tribute Award, Cinequest San Jose Film Festival, 1998. CREDITS Film Work: Music director, Sudden Fear, RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. Music conductor, Guns of the Magnificent Seven, United Artists, 1969. Music director, The Magnificent Seven Ride, United Artists, 1972. Music supervisor, Mr. Quilp (also known as The Old Curiosity Shop), Avco-Embassy, 1975. Music supervisor, Slap Shot, Universal, 1977. Music director, Heavy Metal (animated), Columbia, 1981. Music director, supervisor, and conductor, Bolero (also known as Bolero: An Adventure in Ecstasy), Cannon, 1984. Music director, My Left Foot (also known as My Left Foot: The Story of Christy Brown), Miramax, 1989.

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Music adapter, arranger, supervisor, and director, Cape Fear, Universal, 1991. Music conductor, Natural Born Killers, Warner Bros., 1994. Orchestrator, The Rainmaker (also known as John Grisham's The Rainmaker), Paramount, 1997. Music producer, orchestrator, and conductor, Digging to China, Legacy Releasing, 1998. Film Appearances: Songwriter, From Noon till Three, United Artists, 1976. Music for the Movies: Bernard Herrmann (documentary), Channel 4 Films, 1992. Television Work; Music Conductor; Miniseries: Theme music, Rough Riders (also known as Teddy Roosevelt and the Rough Riders), TNT, 1997. Television Work; Music Conductor; Movies: Crazy in Love, TNT, 1992. Voices from Within (also known as Silhouette), NBC, 1994. Television Appearances; Specials: Irish Music in America: A Musical Migration, The Disney Channel, 1994. The Hollywood Soundtrack Story, American Movie Classics, 1995. RECORDINGS Albums: Paris Swings, Capitol, 1959. Other albums include Blues and Brass, Decca; also recorded albums with United Artists. Albums; Film Soundtracks: The Ten Commandments, Dot, 1956. Movie and TV Themes, Choreo, 1962. Return of the Seven, United Artists, 1966. The Silencers, RCA Victor, 1966. Thoroughly Modern Millie, Decca, 1967. / Love You, Alice B. Toklas, Cinema Records, 1968. The Scalphunters, MCA Records, 1968. True Grit, Capitol, 1969. Heavy Metal: The Score, Full Moon/Asylum, 1981. Spies Like Us, Varese Sarabande, 1985. Amazing Grace and Chuck, TSP Music, 1987. Oscar, Varese Sarabande, 1991. Rambling Rose, Virgin Records America, 1991. Cape Fear, MCA Records, 1991.

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The Babe, MCA Records, 1992. The Cemetery Club, Varese Sarabande, 1993. Other soundtrack recordings include The Man with the Golden Arm, Decca; Da, My Left Foot, The Field, and Frankie Starlight, all Varese; The Great Escape, Intrada; Zulu Dawn, Cerebrus; and The Age of Innocence, Epic. Contributor to albums, including Music from Jerry Goldsmith's Original Score for the MetroGoldwyn-Mayer Motion Picture "The Prize" Plus Music from Other Great Motion Pictures, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer-Records, 1964; Motion Picture Music, by Miklos Rozsa, Citadel, 1997; and Grand Music Cinema, Library of Congress, 1998. WRITINGS Composer for Films, Unless Otherwise Noted: Saturday's Hero (also known as Idols in the Dust), Columbia, 1951. Sudden Fear, RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. Never Wave at a WAC (also known as The Private Wore Skirts), RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. Boots Malone, Columbia, 1952. Battles of Chief Pontiac, Real Art, 1952. Robot Monster (also known as Monster from Mars and Monsters from the Moon), Three Dimensional Pictures, 1953. Music contributor, Peter Pan, RKO Radio Pictures, 1953. A Communications Primer (short film; documentary), 1953. Cat Women of the Moon (also known as Rocket to the Moon), Astor, 1953. 5ofa Compact, 1954. Silent Raiders, Lippert, 1954. Miss Robin Crusoe, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1954. Make Haste to Live, Republic, 1954. And title song, The Man with the Golden Arm, United Artists, 1955. The View from Pompey's Head (also known as Secret Interlude), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1955. It's a Dog's Life (also known as Bar Sinister), MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1955. House—After Five Years of Living (short film; documentary), Office of Charles and Ray Eames, 1955. The Eternal Sea, Republic, 1955. Storm Fear, United Artists, 1956. The Naked Eye (documentary), Camera Eye Pictures, 1956. Eames' Lounge Chair (short film; documentary), Office of Charles and Ray Eames, 1956. The Ten Commandments, Paramount, 1957. The Sweet Smell of Success, United Artists, 1957.

Toccata for Toy Trains (short film), Office of Charles and Ray Eames, 1957. The Tin Star, Paramount, 1957. Saddle the Wind, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1957. Fear Strikes Out, Paramount, 1957. Men in War, United Artists, 1957. Drango, United Artists, 1957. Desire under the Elms, Paramount, 1958. Cod's Little Acre, United Artists, 1958. The Information Machine (short film; documentary), Office of Charles and Ray Eames, 1958. The Buccaneer, Paramount, 1958. Anna Lucasta, United Artists, 1958. Kings Co Forth, United Artists, 1958. Some Came Running, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1959. The Story on Page One, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1959. The Miracle, Warner Bros., 1959. Glimpses of the USA, 1959. From the Terrace, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1960. The Magnificent Seven, United Artists, 1960. The Rat Race, Paramount, 1960. Introduction to Feedback (short; documentary), 1960. The Fabulous Fifties, 1960. Summer and Smoke, Paramount, 1961. The Young Doctors (also known as No Deadly Machine), United Artists, 1961. The IBM Mathematics Peep Show (short film; documentary), 1961. By Love Possessed, Seven Arts/United Artists, 1961. The Comancheros, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1961. Birdman of Alcatraz, United Artists, 1962. And theme song (with Mack David), Walk on the Wild Side, Columbia, 1962. San Francisco Fire, 1962. A Girl Named Tamiko, Paramount, 1962. To Kill a Mockingbird, Universal, 1962. The Great Escape, United Artists, 1963. Hud, Paramount, 1963. The Caretakers (also known as Borderlines), United Artists, 1963. Rampage (also known as Jungle Rampage), Warner Bros., 1963. Kings of the Sun, United Artists, 1963. Love with a Proper Stranger, Paramount, 1963. The Carpetbaggers, Paramount, 1964. The World of Henry Orient, United Artists, 1964. House of Science, 1964. Baby, the Rain Must Fall, Columbia, 1965. The Sons of Katie Elder, Paramount, 1965. Hallelujah Trail, United Artists, 1965. The Reward, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1965. Westinghouse in Alphabetical Order (also known as West/nghouse ABC; short film; documentary), 1965.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 View from the People Wall (short film), Office of Charles and Ray Eames, 1965. The Smithsonian Institute (documentary), 1965. IBM Puppet Shows, 1965. IBM at the Fair (short film; documentary), 1965. Four Days in November (documentary), United Artists, 1965. Cast a Giant Shadow, United Artists, 1966. And song "My Wishing Doll" (with Mack David), Hawaii, United Artists, 1966. Return of the Seven (also known as Return of the Magnificent Seven and Le regreso de los siete magnificos), United Artists, 1966. Seven Women, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1966. The Silencers, Columbia, 1966. Thoroughly Modern Millie, Universal, 1967. A Computer Glossary (short film; documentary), 1967. Rough Sketch, 1968. / Love You, Alice B. Toklas (also known as Kiss My Butterfly), Warner Bros., 1968. The Scalphunters, United Artists, 1968. And theme song (with Don Black), True Grit, Paramount, 1969. Where's jack?, Paramount, 1969. Tops, Office of Charles and Ray Eames, 1969. Midas Run (also known as Midas Gold and A Run on Gold), Cinerama, 1969. The Gypsy Moths, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1969. Guns of the Magnificent Seven, United Artists, 1969. The Bridge at Remagen, United Artists, 1969. Gannon for Cordoba (also known as Dragon Master), United Artists, 1970. The Liberation of L B. Jones, Columbia, 1970. And theme song, A Walk in the Spring Rain, Columbia, 1970. Kifaru . . . the Black Rhino (documentary), MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1970. Big Jake, National General, 1971. Doctors' Wives, Columbia, 1971. See No Evil (also known as Blind Terror), Columbia, 1971. Computer Perspective (short film; documentary), 1971. Computer Landscape (short film; documentary), 1971. The Magnificent Seven Ride, United Artists, 1972. SX-70, 1972. The Amazing Mr. Blunden, Hemisphere, 1972. Nightmare Honeymoon (also known as Deadly Honeymoon), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1973. Cah/7/: United States Marshal (also known as Cah/7/ and Wednesday Morning), Warner Bros., 1973. Copernicus, 1973.

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McQ, Warner Bros., 1974. And song "Wherever Love Takes Me" (with Don Black), Cold, Allied Artists, 1974. The Trial of Billy Jack, Taylor-Laughlin, 1974. Report to the Commissioner (also known as Operation Undercover), United Artists, 1975. Mr. Quilp (also known as The Old Curiosity Shop), Avco-Embassy, 1975. Metropolitan Overview, 1975. From Noon till Three, United Artists, 1976. The Incredible Sarah (also known as Sarah), Readers Digest Productions, 1976. The Shootist, Paramount, 1976. The Look of America, 1976. Billy Jack Goes to Washington, Taylor-Laughlin, 1977. The Worlds of Franklin and]efferson (documentary), 1977. Po/av/s/on (short film), Polaroid Corporation/Office of Charles and Ray Eames, 1977. Daumier: Paris and the Spectator, 1977. Animal House (also known as National Lampoon's Animal House), Universal, 1978. Blood Brothers (also known as A Father's Love), Warner Bros., 1978. Powers of Ten—A Film Dealing with the Relative Size of Things in the Universe and the Effect of Adding Another Zero, Office of Charles and Ray Eames, 1978. Degas in the Metropolitan (short film; documentary), Metropolitan Museum of Art/Office of Charles and Ray Eames, 1978. Cezanne (short film; documentary), 1978. Art Game, 1978. The Great Santini (also known as The Ace), Warner Bros., 1979. And songs, Meatballs (also known as Summer Camp), Paramount, 1979. Zulu Dawn, Warner Bros., 1979. A Report on the IBM Exhibition Center, 1979. Theme from the Magnificent Seven, Moonraker, United Artists, 1979. Airplane! (also known as Flying High), Paramount, 1980. Saturn 3, Associated Film Distributors, 1980. Music contributor, The Blues Brothers, Universal, 1980. An American Werewolf in London (also known as American Werewolf), Universal, 1981. Genocide (documentary), Simon Wiesenthal Center, 1981. Going Ape!, Paramount, 1981. Heavy Metal (animated), Columbia, 1981. And song "Diamond Trinkets," Honky Jonk Freeway, Universal, 1981.

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Stripes, Columbia, 1981. The Chosen, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Five Days One Summer, Warner Bros., 1982. Airplane II: The Sequel (also known as Flying High II), Paramount, 1982. Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone (also known as Adventures in the Creep Zone and Road Gangs), Columbia, 1983. Class, Orion, 1983. Trading Places, Paramount, 1983. (With others) Thriller (short film), Optimum Productions, 1983. (With others) Making Michael Jackson's Thriller, Palace Pictures, 1983. (With Peter Bernstein) Bolero (also known as Bolero: An Adventure in Ecstasy), Cannon, 1984. Chostbusters, Columbia, 1984. The Black Cauldron (also known as Taran and the Magic Cauldron), Buena Vista, 1985. Marie Ward: Zwischen Calgen und Clorie, Warner Bros./Columbia, 1985. Prince Jack, Castle Hill, 1985. Spies Like Us, Warner Bros., 1985. Legal Eagles, Universal, 1986. Three Amigos!, Orion, 1986. Amazing Grace and Chuck (also known as Silent Vo/ce), TriStar, 1987. Leonard, Part 6, Columbia, 1987. Da, Film Dallas, 1988. Funny Farm, Warner Bros., 1988. The Good Mother, Buena Vista, 1988. Music for non-U.S. version, A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon (also known as Jimmy Reardon), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. My Left Foot (also known as My Left Foot: The Story of Christy Brown), Miramax, 1989. The Field, Avenue Pictures, 1990. The Grifters, Miramax, 1990. Slipstream, Virgin Home Entertainment, 1990. Oscar, Buena Vista, 1991. A Rage in Harlem, Miramax, 1991. Rambling Rose, Seven Arts, 1991. Cape Fear, Universal, 1991. The Babe, Universal, 1992. A River Runs through It, Columbia, 1992. The Cemetery Club (also known as Looking for a Live One), Buena Vista, 1993. Mad Dog and Glory, Universal, 1993. The Good Son, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993. The Age of Innocence, Columbia, 1993. Lost in Yonkers (also known as Neil Simon's Lost in Yon/cers), Columbia, 1993. Song "Black Strait Jacket/' Natural Born Killers, Warner Bros., 1994.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Song "Hollywood and the Stars/' Jimmy Hollywood, Paramount, 1994. Frankie Starlight, Fine Line Features, 1995. Dev/7 in a Blue Dress (also known as Le diable en robe bleue), TriStar, 1995. Search and Destroy (also known as The Four Rules), October Films, 1995. Roommates, Buena Vista, 1995. Canadian Bacon, Gramercy Pictures, 1995. Bulletproof, Universal, 1996. Theme from The Magnificent Seven, Larger Than Life (also known as Large As Life and Nickel and Dime), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1996. Theme from The Magnificent Seven, Carla's Song (also known as La cancion de Car/a), Shadow Distribution, 1996. The Rainmaker (also known as John Grisham's The Rainmaker), Paramount, 1997. Hoodlum (also known as Gangster and Hoods), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1997. Buddy, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997. Song "The Man with the Golden Arm/' Vegas Vacation, Warner Bros., 1997. Puppies for Sale, Aron Productions, 1997. Twilight (also known as The Magic Hour), Paramount, 1998. The Deep End of the Ocean, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1999. The Wild, Wild West, Warner Bros., 1999. Composer for Television, Unless Otherwise Noted; Series: General Electric Theater, CBS, 1953-62. Staccato (also known as Johnny Staccato), NBC, 1959-60, ABC, 1960. Hollywood and the Stars, NBC, 1963-64. The Big Valley, ABC, 1965. Julia, NBC, 1968-71. Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law, ABC, 1971-74. And theme, The Rookies, ABC, 1972-76. And theme, Ellery Queen (also known as The /Adventures ofEllery Queen), NBC, 1975. Theme, Serpico, NBC, 1976-77. Bestsellers, NBC, 1976-77. Little Women, NBC, 1979. Delta House, ABC, 1979. The Chisholms, CBS, 1979-80. Theme "The F.B.I./' Today's F.B.I., ABC, 1981-82. Theme, The Magnificent Seven (also known as The Magnificent Seven: The Series), CBS, 1998—. Composer for Television; Miniseries: The Race for Space (documentary), 1959.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese through American Movies, Channel 4, 1995. Theme music, Rough Riders (also known as Teddy Roosevelt and the Rough Riders), TNT, 1997. Composer for Television; Movies: Incident on a Dark Street, NBC, 1973. Men of the Dragon, ABC, 1974. Ellery Queen: Too Many Suspects, NBC, 1975. The Three Thousand Mile Chase, NBC, 1977. Charleston, NBC, 1979. Guyana Tragedy: The Story of]im Jones (also known as The Mad Messiah), CBS, 1980. Moviola: This Year's Blonde (also known as Moviola, The Secret Love of Marilyn Monroe, and This Year's Blonde), NBC, 1980. Gulag, HBO, 1985. Crazy in Love, TNT, 1992. Foreign Affairs, 1993. Composer for Television; Specials: Incidental music, Peter Pan, NBC, 1960. Hollywood: The Golden Years (documentary), 1961. The Making of the President: 1960, ABC, 1963. Composer for Television; Episodic: "Secret of the Wild Child," Nova, PBS, 1994. Composer for Television; Pilots: Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law, ABC, 1971. The Rookies, ABC, 1972. Serpico: The Deadly Game (also known as The Deadly Game), NBC, 1976. Little Women, NBC, 1978. Composer for Other Television Productions: Composer for D-Day, Voyage of the Brigantine Yankee, and The Crucifixion of]esus. Composer for the Stage: How Now, Dow Jones, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1967. True Romances, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles Music Center, Los Angeles, CA, 1977. Merlin, Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, 1983, published by Hal Leonard (Winona, MN), 1983. Other Writings: Bernstein's correspondence with Charles and Ray Eames and photographs of Bernstein are included in a collection of materials known as the "Work of Charles and Ray Eames/'

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OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: American Record Guide, March/April, 1998, p. 51.*

BERRY, Halle 1968PERSONAL Born August 14, 1968, in Cleveland, OH; daughter of Jerome and Judith (a registered nurse; maiden name, Hawkins) Berry; married David Christopher Justice (a professional baseball player), January 1, 1993 (divorced, 1996). Education: Attended Cuyahoga Community College. Addresses: /Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. Also worked as a model. Appeared in advertisements for Revlon cosmetics. Awards, Honors: Winner of Miss Teen Ohio beauty pageant; Miss Teen All-American, 1985; first runner up for Miss USA pageant, 1986; winner of Miss USA pageant, 1987; Image Award nomination, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), outstanding lead actress in a motion picture, 1992, for Boomerang; Image Award nomination, NAACP, outstanding actress in a television movie, 1995, for Solomon and Sheba; Image Award nomination, NAACP, outstanding lead actress in a motion picture, 1995, for Losing Isaiah; Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite actress in an adventure/drama, 1997, for Executive Decision; Distinguished Achievement Award from the Miss USA Pageant, 1998. CREDITS Film Appearances: Vivian, Jungle Fever, Universal, 1991. Cory, The Last Boy Scout, Warner Bros., 1991. Natalie, Strictly Business, Warner Bros., 1991. Angela, Boomerang, Paramount, 1992. Autumn, The Program, Buena Vista, 1993. Kathleen Mercer, Father Hood (also known as Desperado, Honor among Thieves, and Mike Hardy), Buena Vista, 1993. Herself, CB4, Universal, 1993. Miss Rosetta Stone, The Flintstones, Universal, 1994. Khaila Richards, Losing Isaiah, Paramount, 1995.

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Sandra Beecher, Race the Sun, TriStar, 1996. Jean, Executive Decision (also known as Critical Decision), Warner Bros., 1996. Jane Potenza, The Rich Man's Wife, Buena Vista, 1996. Herself, Girl 6, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Nisi, B.A.P.S. (also known as B*A*P*S), New Line Cinema, 1997. Nina, Bulworth, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Zola Taylor, Why Do Fools Fall in Love?, Warner Bros., 1998. Ringside, 1999. Television Appearances; Series: Emily Franklin, Living Dolls (also known as Planted), ABC, 1989. Debbie Porter, Knots Landing, CBS, 1991-92. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Title role, Queen (also known as Alex Haley's Queen), CBS, 1992. Shelby Cole, The Wedding (also known as Oprah Winfrey Presents: The Wedding), ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Movies: Nikaule (the Queen of Sheba), Solomon and Sheba, Showtime, 1995. Title role, Dorothy Dandridge, HBO, 1999. Television Work; Movies: Executive producer, Dorothy Dandridge, HBO, 1999. Television Appearances; Specials: A Century of Women (also known as A Family of Women), TBS, 1994. Celebrate the Dream: 50 Years of "Ebony," ABC, 1996. Vo/ces of Hope . . . Finding the Cures for Breast and Ovarian Cancer, Lifetime, 1997. Christmas Miracles, ABC, 1997. Quincy Jones—The First 50 Years (also known as Quincy Jones . . . a 50-Year Celebration), ABC, 1998. Hollywood Clamour Girls, 1998. Women of the Net, E! Entertainment Television, 1998. The 47th Miss USA Pageant, 1998. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, Screen Actors Guild Awards, 1995. The 21st Annual People's Choice Awards, 1995. The 27th Annual NAACP Image Awards, 1996. Presenter, The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 1996.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Host, The 1996 Essence Awards, 1996. Presenter, The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 1997. Presenter, The 54th Annual Golden Globe Awards, 1997. Presenter, The 28th Annual NAACP Image Awards, 1997. Host, The 1997 World Music Awards, 1997. Host, The 10th Essence Awards, 1997. The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Entertainers with Byron Allen (also known as fnterta/ners), syndicated, 1994. Herself, Martin, Fox, 1995. Voice of Betsy, "Room Service/' Frasier, NBC, 1998. Appeared as Rene, "Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow/' They Came from Outer Space; also appeared in Amen and A Different World, both NBC; and Dennis Miller Live, HBO. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Ebony, February, 1992, p. 36; March, 1997, pp. 2226. Essence, October, 1996, pp. 70-73. Jet, January 20, 1992, p. 34; March 3, 1997, p. 39; April 7, 1997, pp. 22-25. Ladies Home Journal, May, 1997, pp. 64-66. People Weekly, May 11, 1998, p. 164.*

BISSET Jacqueline 1944PERSONAL Surname is pronounced "B/ss-it"; full name, Winnifred Jacqueline Fraser-Bisset; born September 13, 1944, in Weybridge, Surrey, England; daughter of Max Fraser (a doctor) and Arlette Alexander (a lawyer) Bisset. Education: Attended the French Lycee, London. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212; V.M.A., 10 avenue George-V, 75008 Paris, France. Career: Actress and producer. Model, appeared in Vogue and Queen. Also worked as a waitress. Awards, Honors: Golden Apple Star of the Year, Women's Press Club, 1978; Golden Globe Award

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 nomination, best motion picture actress-musical/comedy, 1979, for Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture, 1985, for Under the Volcano; Cesar Award nomination, best supporting actress, 1996, for La Ceremonie. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Film debut) The Knack . . . and How to Get It (also known as The Knack], United Artists, 1965. Jacqueline, Cul de Sac, Sigma III, 1966. Arrivederci Baby (also known as Drop Dead Darling), Paramount, 1966. Giovanna Goodthighs, Casino Royale (also known as Charles K. Feldman's Casino Royale), Columbia, 1966. Jackie, Two for the Road, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1967. Candy, The Capetown Affair (also known as Escape Route Cape Town), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1967. Vicki Cartwright, The Sweet Ride, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1967. Norma Maclver, The Detective, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1968. Cathy, Bullitt, Warner Bros., 1968. Anna, The First Time (also known as You Don't Need Pajamas at Rosie's, The Beginners, The Beginners Three, Doin' It, and They Don't Wear Pajamas at Rosie's), United Artists, 1969. Wendy, L'Echelle blanche (also known as Secret World), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969. Christine Adams, The Grasshopper (also known as The Passing of Evil and Passions), National General, 1970. Gwen Meighen, Airport, Universal, 1970. Paula Clarkson, The Mephisto Waltz, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1970. Pamela, Believe in Me, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1971. Jenny, Secrets, Satori Films, 1971. Rose Bean, The Life and Times of judge Roy Bean, National General, 1972. Sheila Hammond, Stand Up and Be Counted, Columbia, 1972. Laura, The Thief Who Came to Dinner, Warner Bros., 1973. Julie/Pamela, La NuitAmericaine (also known as Day for Night), Warner Bros., 1973. Tatiana/Christine, Le magnifique (also known as The Magnificent One), Cine III, 1973.

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Countess Andrenyi, Murder on the Orient Express, Paramount, 1974. Anna Crawley, Der Richter und sein Henker (also known as Murder on the Bridge, Cetting Away with Murder, and End of the Came), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1975. Anna Carla Dosio, La donna della dominica (also known as The Sunday Woman and La Femme du dimanche), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1976. Janet Whistler, St. Ives, Warner Bros., 1976. Natasha O'Brien, Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? (also known as Too Many Chefs and Someone Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe), Warner Bros., 1976. Gail Berke, The Deep, Columbia, 1977. Liz Cassidy, The Greek Tycoon, Universal, 1978. Louise, Together? (also known as / Love You, I Love You Not and Amo Non Amo), Castle Hill Productions, 1979. Kay Kirby, When Time Ran Out... (also known as Earth's Final Fury), Warner Bros., 1980. Liz Hamilton, Rich and Famous, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1981. Barbara Hallsworth, Inchon, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1982. Ellen, Class, Orion, 1983. Yvonne Firmin, Under the Volcano, Universal, 1984. Herself, Observations Under the Volcano, 1984. Katherine, High Season, Hemdale, 1987. Jane Lambert, La ma/son de jade (also known as The House of Jade), Cine 5, 1988. Clare Lipkin, Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills, Cinecom, 1989. Claudia Lirones, Wild Orchid, Vision, 1989. Nicole Chantrelle, The Maid, Media Home Entertainment, 1990. Isabelle Colbran, Rossini, Rossini, 1991. Holly McPhee, Crimebroker, A-pix Entertainment, 1993. Est & ouest: Les paradis perdus (also known as East & West: Paradise Lost), 1993. Frederique, Les Marmottes (also known as The Groundhogs), Lumiere, 1993. Catherine Lelievre, La Ceremonie (also known as A Judgement in Stone), MK2 Productions, 1995. Let the Devil Wear Black, Trimark, 1998. Paola Franco, Dangerous Beauty (also known as Courtesan, The Honest Courtesan, and Venice), Warner Bros., 1998. Joan of Arc: The Virgin Warrior (also known as Joan of Arc), Fildebroc, forthcoming. Film Producer: Rich and Famous, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1981.

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Television Appearances; Miniseries: Josephine de Beauharnais, Napoleon and Josephine: A Love Story, ABC, 1987. Isabelle D'Arc, loan of Arc, CBS, 1999. Television Appearances; Movies: Helen Mallory, The Spiral Staircase, 1975. Herself/Julie, Vivement Truffaut, 1985. Anna, Anna Karenina, CBS, 1985. Nina Von Haider, Forbidden (also known as Versteckt), HBO, 1985. Marisa Granger, Choices, ABC, 1986. Marian, Hoffman's Monger, 1993. Nell Bergen, Leave of Absence, NBC, 1994. Pandora, September (also known as Rosamunde Pitcher's September), Showtime, 1996. Sheila Gaines, Once You Meet a Stranger (also known as Don't Talk to Strangers), CBS, 1996. Christine Van Buren, End of Summer, Showtime,

1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Entertainment Tonight, syndicated, 1988, 1989. The Pat Sajak Show, CBS, 1989. "Anthony Quinn," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: Pavarotti and Friends, ABC, 1982. The Night of 100 Stars II, ABC, 1985. Host, Women of the World (also known as Women of Intrigue), syndicated, 1987. The 61st Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1989. Host, 49th Annual Golden Globe Awards, TBS, 1992. Host, The Hollywood Fashion Machine, AMC, 1995. Narrator, Impressionists on the Seine, PBS, 1998. Herself, Steve McQueen: The King of Gool, AMC, 1998. Intimate Portrait: Jacqueline Bisset, Lifetime, 1998. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Harper's Bazaar, April, 1987; August, 1988. People Weekly, June 12, 1989.*

BJOERNSTRAND, Gunnar (Gunnar Bjornstrand)

1909-1986

PERSONAL Real name, Knut Gunnar Johanson; born November 13,1909, in Stockholm, Sweden; died May 24,1986,

in Stockholm, Sweden; son of Oscar Johanson (an actor); married Lillie Lundahl (an actress), November 6, 1935; children: three daughters. Education: Attended the Royal Dramatic Theatre School, Stockholm, Sweden. Career: Actor. Swedish Theatre, Helsinki, Finland, actor, 1936-38; stage actor in Stockholm, Sweden, 1938-46; Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm, Sweden, guest artist, 1948. Also worked as a baker's apprentice, in a barber shop, and at the docks. Also known as Gunnar Bjornstrand. Awards, Honors: Goesta Ekman Prize, Swedish Film Society, 1953. CREDITS Film Appearances: Member of the choir, Falsk millionaeren (also known as The False Millionaire and Pour mon coeur et ses millions), Minerva Film, 1931. Young man, Skeppohoj!, Minerva Film, 1931. Student carrying "Nicken," Hans livs match, Minerva Film, 1932. Bergslagsfolk, Europa Film, 1937. A man, Vi som gaar scenvaegen (also known as We from the Theatre), Anglo Film, 1938. Journalist, Juninatten (also known June Night and Night in June), Svensk Filmindustri, 1938. Bank manager Ryder, Panik (also known as Panic), City Film, 1939. Doctor, VI tvaa (also known as We Two), Terrafilm, 1939. August Palm's associate, Mot nya tider (also known as Towards New Times), Svensk Talfilm, 1939. Sergeant Kristian, Hjaeltar i gult och blaatt (also known as Heroes in Yellow and Blue), Europa Film, 1940. Karl foer sin hatt (also known as An Able Man), Sandrew/S. Bauman, 1940. Miss Lindenstjaerna's fiance, Hennes melodi (also known as Her Melody), Europa Film, 1940. Military doctor, Alle man paa post (also known as Everybody at His Station), Svensk Talfilm, 1940. A solider, Snapphanar (also known as Scan/an Cuerilla), Europa Film, 1942. Count Conti, En aeventyrare (also known as /Adventurer and Kungens kurir), Europa Film, 1942. Lieutenant Baeckstroem, General von Doebeln, Terrafilm, 1942. Sven Eriksson, Natt / hamn (also known as Night in the Harbor), Svensk Filmindustri, 1943.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Linden, Jag draepte (also known as / Killed and / Slew), Sandrew, 1943. Editor Svensson, Appassionata, Film AB Lux, 1944. Hahn, Lev farligt (also known as Live Dangerously), SvenskTalfilm, 1944. Major Rolf von Ritter, Mitt folk aer icke ditt (also known as My People Are Not Yours), Kungsfilm, 1944. Felix Palmer, Nyordningpaa Sjoegaarda (also known as New Order at Sjoegaarda), Kungsfilm, 1944. Teacher, Hets, Svensk Filmindustri, 1944, released in the U.S. as Torment (also known as Frenzy), 1944. Harry Hellberg, St/ss/e, Film AB Lux, 1945. Hagman, / som haer intraeden . . . (also known as You Who Are about to Enter...), Kungsfilm, 1945. Harald Haraldsson, Peggy paa vift (also known as Peggy on a Spree), Kungsfilm, 1946. Dr. Westman, Sr., and Vilhelm Westman, Kristin kommenderar (also known as Kristin Commands), Kungsman, 1946. Dr. Bertil Langenfeldt, Roetaegg (also known as Bad Eggs), Kungsfilm, 1946. Mr. Purman, Det regnar paa vaar kaerlek, Sveriges Folkbiografer, 1946, released in the U.S. as It Rains on Our Love (also known as The Man with an Umbrella), 1946. Erik Sahlen, Medan porten var staengd (also known as While the Door Was Locked), Europa Film, 1946. Midvinterblot (also known as Midwinter Blood), [Sweden], 1946. Sune Ericsson, Bruden kom genom taket (also known as Bride Came through the Ceiling), Centrum Film, 1947. Shoeshiner Tom and Plutten, Pappa soekes (also known as Daddy Wanted), Kungsfilm, 1947. Sergeant Loefgren, Krigsmans erinran (also known as Soldier's Duties), Svensk Filmindustri, 1947. Author, En fluga goer ingen sommar (also known as One Swallow Doesn't Make a Summer), Europa Film, 1947. Bengt, Tvaa kvinnor (also known as Two Women), Wive Film, 1947. Actor Bob Hill (also known as Robert Berg), Haer kommer vi. . . (also known as Here We Come), SvenskTalfilm, 1947. Klasson, Musik I moerker (also known as Music in Darkness, Music Is My Future, and Night Is My Future), Terrafilm/Embassy, 1948. Director Wickman, Var sin vaeg (also known as Each to His Own Way), Ekman-Produktion, 1948. Hans Wolff, En Svensk tiger (also known as A Swedish Tiger), Kungsman, 1948.

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Captain, Lilla Marta kommer tillbaka (also known as Little Marta Returns), Terrafilm, 1948. Corporal Berglund, Soldat Bom (also known as Private Bom), Fribergs Filmbyra/Komiska Teatern, 1948. Bertil Kronberg, Skolka skolan (also known as Playing Truant), S. Bauman, 1949. Dr. Edvin Burelius, Flickan fraan tredje raden (also known as Girl from the Third Row), Terra Film, 1949. Sportsman Fritjof Krafft, Pappa Bom (also known as Father Bom), Fribergs Filmbyra/Komiska Teatern, 1949. Architect Gunnar Stenwall, Min syster och jag (also known as My Sister and I), Wive Film, 1950. Actor Julius Brumse, Faestmoe uthyres (also known as Fiancee for Hire), Fribergs Filmbyra, 1950. Film director Lasse Brenner, Kyssen paa kryssen (also known as Kiss on the Cruise), Svensk Filmindustri, 1950. Jarl Eksell, Den vita katten (also known as The White Cat), Sandrew, 1950. Engineer Planertz, Kvartetten som spraengdes (also known as The Quartet That Was Split Up), Svensk Filmindustri, 1950. Frans Mel in (also known as Hamn-Casanova), TullBom (also known as Customs Officer Bom), Fribergs Filmbyra/Komiska Teatern, 1951. Conscript, Livatpaa luckan, SvenskTalfilm, 1951. Oskar B lomkvist, Saeg det mecf blommer (also known as Say It with Flowers), Svensk Filmindustri, 1952. Valentin Fredriksson-Frisk, En faestman i taget (also known as One Fiance at a Time), S. Bauman, 1952. Frederik Lobelius, Kvinnors vaentan, Svensk Filmindustri, 1952, released in the U.S. as Secrets of Women (also known as Waiting Women), Janus, 1952. Sergeant Niklas Slevbrink, Flyg-Bom (also known as Bom the Flyer), Fribergs Filmbyra, 1952. Malte Loevman, Oppaat med groena hissen (also known as Up by the Green Lift), Film AC Imago, 1952. Zdenko Zapatil, Dansa min docka (also known as Dance with my Doll), Komiska Teatern, 1953. Director Brummer, Vi tre debutera (also known as We Three Debutantes), Svensk Filmindustri, 1953. Mr. Sjuberg, Gycklarnas afton, Sandrew, 1953, released in the U.S. as The Naked Night (also known as Sunset of a Clown and Sawdust and Tinsel), Times, 1953. Dr. Dalander, Glasberget (also known as Unmarried), Svensk Filmindustri, 1953.

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Shipowner Ludvig Ekman, Flottans glada gossar (also known as Happy Lads of the Fleet), Fribergs Filmbyra, 1954. Henrik Kugelstroem, Seger / moerker (also known as Victory in the Dark), Svensk Filmindustri, 1954. David Erneman, En lektion i kaerlek, Svensk Filmindustri, 1954, released in the U.S. as A Lesson in Love, Janus, 1954. Robert Holmen, Gabrielle, Svensk Filmindustri, 1954. Acke Kullerstedt, Stampen (also known as Pawn Shop), Komiska Teatern, 1955. Fredrik Egerman, Sommarnattens leende (also known as Smiles of a Summer Night), Svensk Filmindustri/Rank, 1955. Otto Soenderby, Kvinnodroem, Sandrew, 1955, released in the U.S. as )ourney into Autumn (also known as Dreams), Janus, 1955. Professor Rocke, Det aer aldrig foer sent (also known as It's Never too Late), Komiska Teatern, 1956. Major Ernst Kruuse, Sjunde himlen (also known as Seventh Heaven), Svensk Filmindustri, 1956. Joens, Detsjundeinseglet, Svensk Filmindustri, 1956, released in the U.S. as The Seventh Seal, Janus, 1957. Freddie Braxenhjelm, Skorpan (also known as The Rusk), Komiska Teatern, 1957. Mr. Purman, Nattens ljus (also known as Night Light), Svensk Filmindustri, 1957. Lawyer Gustaf Dahlstroem, Sommarnoeje soekes (also known as Summer Place Wanted), Svensk Filmindustri, 1957. Evald Borg, Smultronstaellet, Svensk Filmindustri, 1957, released in the U.S. as Wild Strawberries, Janus, 1957. Tore Hall, Du aer mitt aeventyr (also known as You Are My Adventure), Svensk Filmindustri, 1958. Marcus Arwidson, Froeken April (also known as Miss April), Europa Film, 1958. Councillor Vergerus, Ansiktet, Svensk Filmindustri, 1958, released in the U.S. as The Magician (also known as The Face), Janus, 1958. Agne Stressberg, Det svaengerpaa slottet (also known as Swining at the Castle), Svensk Filmindustri, 1959. Adam "A. P." Palmquist, Brottiparadiset (also known as Crime in Paradise), Svensk Filmindustri, 1959. Ernst Kruuse, Himmel och pannkaka (also known as Heaven and Paradise), Svensk Filmindustri, 1959. Greven, Maelapirater (also known as Pirates on the Malaren), Omega Film, 1959. The actor, Djaevulens oega, Svensk Filmindustri, 1960, released in the U.S. as The Devil's Eye, 1960.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 David, Saasom i en spegel, Svensk Filmindustri, 1961, released in the U.S. as Through a Glass Darkly, Janus, 1961. David Samuel Franzen, Lustgaarden, Svensk Filmindustri, 1961, released in the U.S. as The Pleasure Garden, 1961. Tomas Ericsson, Nattvardsgaesterna, Svensk Filmindustri, 1961, released in the U.S. as Winter Light, 1961. Sebastian, Lyckodrommen (also known as Dream of Happiness), Svensk Filmindustri, 1963. Dr. Georg Ehnstroem, Min kaera aer en ros (also known as My Love Is Like a Rose), Svensk Filmindustri, 1963. Helmer Berg, Klaenningen (also known as The Dress), Svensk Filmindustri, 1964. Emil Faerger (a photographer), Aektenskapsbrottaren (also known as Marriage Wrestler), Svensk Filmindustri, 1964. Dr. Jacob Lewin, Aelskande par (also known as Loving Couples), Prominent, 1964. Dr. Rune Wester, Traefracken (also known as The Sadist), [Sweden], 1966. Mr. Volger, Persona (also known as The Masks and Kinematrografi), Svensk Filmindustri/Lopert, 1966. Lundgren, Haer har du ditt liv (also known as Here Is Your Life and This Is Your Life), Svensk Filmindustri/Brandon, 1966. Count Schwartz, Syskonbaedd 1782 (also known as My Sister, My Love), Sandrew, 1966. King Sigvor, Den rode kappe (also known as The Red Mantle, Hagbard and Signe, Den roda kappan, and Rautha Skikkjan), Steve Prentoulis, 1967. Paul Hartman, "Smycket" (also known as "The Locket"), Stimulantia, Svensk Filmindustri, 1967. Engineer Morgan Aim, Toff/an—en lycklig komedi (also known as Slipper), NordiskTonefilm, 1967. Colonel Jacobi, Skammen, Svensk Filmindustri, 1967, released in the U.S. as Shame, Lopert, 1968. Hugo, Flickorna (also known as The Girls), Sandrew, 1969. Admiral Carl, Pappa, varfoer aer du arg? Du gjorde likadant sjaelv naer du var ung? (also known as Daddy, Why Are You Angry? You Did the Same When You Were Young?), Filmcenter, 1969. Hans Winkelmann, Riten, Svensk Filmindustri/ Cinematograph, 1969, released in the U.S. as The Rite (also known as The Ritual), Janus, 1969. Gunnar Lindmark, ///so/a (also known as Una estate in quattroand Violenza alsole), Ultra Film, 1969. Major Swedenhielm, Lockfaageln (also known as The Birdcall), Svensk Filmindustri, 1971. Alisia's friend, Pistolen (also known as The Pistol), Swedish Film Institute, 1973.

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Grandfather, Ansikte mot ansikete (also known as Face to Face), Cinematograph, 1976. Tabu (also known as Taboo), Swedish Film Institute, 1977. Paul, Hoestsonaten (also known as Autumn Sonata and Herbstsonate), New World, 1978. Forsius and Vicar, Charlotte Loewenskoeld, Sandrew, 1979. Grandfather, Avskedet (also known as ]aeaehyvaeiset), Swedish Film Institute, 1983. Filip Landahl, Fanny och Alexander (also known as Fanny und Alexander), Tobis Filmkunst, 1983, released in the U.S. as Fanny and Alexander, Embassy, 1983.

Addresses: Agent—The Marion Rosenberg Agency, 8428 Melrose PL, West Hollywood, CA 90069-5308. Contact—Jeremy Conway, 18-21 Jermyn St., SW1Y 6HB London, England.

Television Appearances; Series: Naagonstans i Sverige, SVT Drama, 1973.

Awards, Honors: British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, most outstanding newcomer to film, and Elie Award, both 1952, for Limelight; Drama Desk Award, outstanding performances, 1971, for A Doll's House and Hedda Gabler; Drama League Distinguished Performance Award (with others), 1972; London Evening Standard/Variety Club Award and Plays and Players Award, best actress, both 1974, for A Streetcar Named Desire; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actress in a limited series or special, 1982, for Brideshead Revisited; British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, best actress, 1985, for Shadowlands; Outer Critics Circle Award, for Hedda Gabler; fellow, Guildhall School of Music.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Kommerseraadet Borck, Farmer och vaar herre, Sveriges Television, 1983. Other Television Appearances: Baron Roger Bernhusen de Sars, Hans naads testamente, Sveriges Radio, 1965. Paelsen, 1966. Gerard, Nina, Sveriges Radio, 1968. Professor Henry Higgins, Pygmalion, Sveriges Radio, 1968. / vaentrummet, 1977.*

Career: Actress. Affiliated with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), beginning in 1946; Hunter College of the City University of New York, distinguished visiting professor, 1989-90. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

CREDITS BJORNSTRAND, Gunnar See BJOERNSTRAND, Gunnar

BLOOM, Claire

1931PERSONAL

Full name, Patricia Claire Bloom; born February 15, 1931, in London, England; daughter of Edward Max (in business) and Elizabeth (Grew) Bloom; married Rod Steiger (an actor), September 19,1959 (divorced, 1969); married Hillard Elkins (a director), August 14, 1969 (divorced, 1972); married Philip Roth (a writer), April 29, 1990 (divorced, 1995 [some sources say March, 1993]); children: (first marriage) Anna Steiger (an opera singer). Education: Trained for the stage with Eileen Thorndike at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, 1946-48; also attended the Central School of Speech and Drama, 1947-48. Avocational interests: Opera, music.

Film Appearances: Mary Dearing, The Blind Goddess, General Films, 1947. Voice of the shepherdess (English language version), The Shepherdess and the Chimneysweep (also known as La bergere et le ramoneur; animated), [France], 1952. Teresa ("Terry"), Limelight, United Artists, 1952. Susanne Mallison, The Man Between, United Artists, 1953. Susan Robbins, Innocents in Paris (also known as Week-end a Paris), Tudor, 1955. Lady Anne Neville, Richard III, Lopert, 1956. Barsine, Alexander the Great (also known as Alejandro Magno), United Artists, 1956. Katya, The Brothers Karamazov (also known as Karamazov and The Murderer Dmitri Karamazov), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1958. Bonnie Brown, The Buccaneer, Paramount, 1958. Helena Charles, Look Back in Anger, Warner Bros., 1959.

58 • BLOOM Voice of a shepherdess, The Adventures of Mr. Wonderful (also known as The Adventures of Mr. Wonderbird; animated), [France], 1959. Irene Andreny, Three Steps to Freedom (also known as Brainwashed, The Royal Came, Three Steps to Freedom, and Die Schachnovelle), Associated Artists, 1960. Dorothea Grimm, The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1962. Naomi Shields, The Chapman Report, Warner Bros., 1962. Theodora, The Haunting, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1963. Julie Monks, 80,000 Suspects, Rank, 1963. Ada, // maestro di Vigeuono, De Laurentiis, 1963. Laura, Alta infidelita (also known as High Infidelity and Haute infidelite), De Laurentiis, 1964. Wife, The Outrage, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1964. Nan Perry, The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, Paramount, 1965. Alice Kinian, Charly, Cinerama, 1968. Frances Howard, Three into Two Won't Go, Universal, 1969. Felicia, The Illustrated Man, Warner BrosVSeven Arts, 1969. Ann Arnold, Red Sky at Morning, Universal, 1970. Honor Klein, A Severed Head, Columbia, 1971. Nora, A Doll's House, Paramount, 1973. Audrey, Islands in the Stream, Paramount, 1977. Hera, Clash of the Titans, United Artists, 1981. Always, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1985. Eleanor Harvey, Deja Vu, Cannon, 1985. Alice, Sammy and Rosie Get Laid, Cinecom, 1987. Miriam Rosenthal, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Orion, 1989. Voice of the fairy godmother, The Princess and the Goblin (also known as A gercegno es a kobold), Hemdale Releasing, 1993. (Uncredited) The Age of Innocence, Columbia, 1993. Cecily, A Village Affair, [Great Britain], 1994. Amanda's mother, Mighty Aphrodite, Miramax, 1995. Stringer's wife, Mad Dogs and Englishmen (also known as Shameless), BMC Video, 1995. Eleanor Trilling, Daylight, Universal, 1996. Lulu Fraker, Wrestling with Alligators, Homegrown Pictures, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Orlena Grimaldi, As the World Turns, CBS, 1993-95. Frances Pye, Family Money, Channel 4, 1997. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Edith Boiling Gait Wilson, Backstairs at the White House, NBC, 1979.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Lady Marchmain, Brideshead Revisited, Granada Television, 1981, broadcast on Great Performances, PBS, 1982. Rebecca Weiler, Ellis Island, CBS, 1984. Sophy, The Camomile Lawn, Channel 4, 1992. Anne Devereaux Rawlings, Remember (also known as Barbara Taylor Bradford's Remember), NBC, 1993. Voice characterization, The Irish in America: The Long Journey Home, PBS, 1998. Elinor, Imogen's Face, [Great Britain], 1998, Romance Classics, 1999. Television Appearances; Movies: Cathy, Wuthering Heights, BBC, 1962. A Legacy, 1975. Sally, Promises to Keep, CBS, 1985. Fanny Nightingale, Florence Nightingale, NBC, 1985. Anna Karenina, 1985. Edwina (Lady Dunvale), Hold the Dream, Channel 4, 1986. Madam Bartholdi, Liberty, NBC, 1986. Czarina Alexandra, Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna, NBC, 1986. Vicky Kelley, Queenie, ABC, 1987. Ruth Gregory, Intimate Contact, HBO, 1987. Lady Florence Delamere, Beryl Markham: A Shadow on the Sun (also known as A Shadow on the Sun: The Life of Beryl Markham), CBS, 1988. Lady Emma Darlington, The Lady and the Highwayman (also known as Dangerous Love), CBS, 1989. Maria Cruz, Pas de deux, Yorkshire Television, 1990. Evelyn Whitloff, It's Nothing Personal, NBC, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: Title role, "Anna Karenina/' The 25th Anniversary of BBC-TV, BBC, 1961, broadcast on BBC Drama, BBC, 1964. Queen Anne, "Soldier in Love/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1967. Sasha, Ivanov, CBS, 1967. TheOresteia, 1978. Catherine of Aragon, "Henry VIII," BBC Television Shakespeare, BBC-2, 1979, broadcast on Shakespeare Plays, PBS, 1979. Gertrude, "Hamlet, Prince of Denmark" (also known as "Hamlet"), BBC Television Shakespeare, BBC2, 1980, broadcast on Shakespeare Plays, PBS, 1980. Voice, "Misunderstood Monsters," CBS Children's Library, CBS, 1981. Queen, "Cymbeline," BBC Television Shakespeare, BBC-2, 1982, broadcast on Shakespeare Plays, PBS, 1982.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Miss Cooper, Separate Tables, HBO, 1982. Hope Louff, "The Ghost Writer/' American Playhouse, PBS, 1984. Constance, ''The Life and Death of King John/' BBC Television Shakespeare, BBC-2, 1985, broadcast on Shakespeare Plays, PBS, 1985. Jocasta, "Oedipus the King," The Theban Plays, PBS, 1988. The Story of Anna Akhmatova (documentary), PBS, 1991. Narrator, "Martha Graham: The Dancer Revealed," American Masters, PBS, 1994. Mrs. Tynan, "What the Deaf Man Heard," Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Roxanne, "Cyrano de Bergerac," Producers' Showcase, NBC, 1956. Cleopatra, "Caesar and Cleopatra," Producers' Showcase, NBC, 1956. Juliet, "Romeo and Juliet," Producers' Showcase, NBC, 1957. "First Love," Goodyear Playhouse, NBC, 1957. "Victoria Regina," Robert Montgomery Presents, NBC, 1957. "Beauty and the Beast," Shirley Temple's Storybook, NBC, 1958. Person to Person, CBS, 1959. "Misalliance," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1959. "Through a Dark Glass," Checkmate, CBS, 1961. "Claire Bloom Reads Poetry," Camera Three, CBS, 1964. Margaret Chapman, "A Time to Love," Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater, NBC, 1967. "Ice Storm," Orson Welles' Great Mysteries, Anglia Television and syndicated, 1974. "Vivien Leigh: Scarlett and Beyond," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1990. Marina Gregg, "The Mirror Crack'd" (also known as "The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side"), Miss Marple, BBC, 1992. Narrator, "Man-Eaters of India," National Geographic Explorer, TBS, 1997. "Charlie Chaplin: A Tramp's Life," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Other Television Appearances: The Going Up of David Lev, 1971. In Praise of Love, 1975. Time and the Conways, 1985. This Lightning Always Strikes Twice, 1985. Joy Davidman, Shadowlands (also known as C. 5. Lewis through the Shadowlands), [Great Britain], 1985, Arts and Entertainment, 1989.

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Appeared in Ann and Debbie, An Imaginative Woman, and Wessex Tales. Stage Appearances: Private Jesse Killigrew, It Depends What You Mean, Oxford Repertory Theatre, Oxford, England, 1946. Helen, An Italian Straw Hat, Oxford Repertory Theatre, 1946. Jessie, Pink String and Sealing Wax, Oxford Repertory Theatre, 1946. The White Devil, Duchess Theatre, London, 1947. He Who Gets Slapped, Under Thirty Group, Duchess Theatre, 1947. Erinna, The Wanderer, His Majesty's Theatre, London, England, 1947. Lady Blanche, King John, Stratford-upon-Avon Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1948. Ophelia, Hamlet, Stratford-upon-Avon Memorial Theatre, 1948. Perdita, The Winter's Tale, Stratford-upon-Avon Memorial Theatre, 1948. Daphne Randall, The Damask Creek, Lyric Theatre, London, England, 1949. Alizon Eliot, The Lady's Not for Burning, Globe Theatre, London, England, 1949. Isabelle, Ring'round the Moon, Globe Theatre, 1950. Juliet, Romeo and Juliet, Old Vic Company, Old Vic Theatre, London, England, 1952-53. Jessica, The Merchant of Venice, Old Vic Company, Old Vic Theatre, 1952-53. Ophelia, Hamlet, Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1953, then Old Vic Company, Old Vic Theatre, 1953-54. Helena, All's Well That Ends Well, Old Vic Company, Old Vic Theatre, 1953-54. Viola, Twelfth Night, Old Vic Company, Old Vic Theatre, 1953-54. Virgilia, Coriolanus, Old Vic Company, Old Vic Theatre, 1953-54. Miranda, The Tempest, Old Vic Company, Old Vic Theatre, 1953-54. Cordelia, King Lear, Pa I ace Theatre, London, England, then Shakespeare Memorial Theatre (formerly the Stratford-upon-Avon Memorial Theatre), Stratford-upon-Avon, England, both 1955. Juliet, Romeo and Juliet, Old Vic Company, Old Vic Theatre, then Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, both 1956. Queen, Richard II, Old Vic Company, Winter Garden Theatre, 1956. Lucille, Duel of Angels, Apollo Theatre, London, England, 1958.

60 • BLUTIG Wife, Rashomon, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1959. Johanna, Altona, Royal Court Theatre, London, England, then Saville Theatre, London, England, 1961. Andromache, The Trojan Women, Spoleto Festival of the Two Worlds, Teatro Caio Melisso, Spoleto, Italy, 1963. Sasha, Ivanov, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, England, then Phoenix Theatre, London, England, 1965. Nora, A Doll's House, Playhouse Theatre, New York City, then Eisenhower Theatre, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, 1971. Title role, Hedda Gabler, Playhouse Theatre, 1971. Mary, Queen of Scots, Vivat! Vivat Reginal, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1972. Nora, A Doll's House, Criterion Theatre, London, England, 1973. Blanche Dubois, A Streetcar Named Desire, Piccadilly Theatre, London, England, 1974. Miss Giddens, The Innocents, Morosco Theatre, New York City, 1976. Rebecca West, Rosmersholm, Haymarket Theatre Royal, London, England, 1977. The Cherry Orchard, Chichester Festival, Chichester, England, 1981. These Are Women: A Portrait of Shakespeare's Heroines (solo show), London, England, 1982-83. Irena, When We Dead Waken, Almeida Theatre, London, England, 1990. Daughters, Wives and Mothers, London, England, 1991. Silenced Voices, London, England, 1992. Women in Love, London, England, 1993. The Cherry Orchard, London, England, 1994. Medea, "Medea/' Sturm und Drang (musical), Opera House/Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, New York City, 1994. Long Day's ]ourney into Night, American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA, 1996. Clytemnestra, Electra, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1998. Appeared as Lyubov, The Cherry Orchard, American Repertory Theatre. Major Tours: Juliet, Romeo and Juliet, Canadian and U.S. cities, 1956-57. Queen, Richard II, U.S. cities, 1957. These Are Women: A Portrait of Shakespeare's Heroines (solo), English and U.S. cities, 1982-83.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 RECORDINGS Taped Readings: "The Shawl/' Jewish Short Stories from Eastern Europe and Beyond, National Yiddish Book Center (South Hadley, MA), 1995. WRITINGS Memoirs: Limelight and After: The Education of an Actress, Harper (New York City), 1982. Leaving a Doll's House: A Memoir, Little, Brown (Boston, MA), 1996. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Booklist, March 15, 1997, p. 1252. New Statesman, December 20, 1996, pp. 82-83. People Weekly, October 28, 1996, pp. 63-65.*

BLUTIG, Eduard See COREY, Edward

BOGARDUS, Stephen

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PERSONAL Born May 11, 1954, in Norfolk, VA. Education: Graduated from Princeton University. Career: Actor. Awards, Honors: Obie Award and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, both for best actor in a featured role—play, 1995, for Love! Valour! Compassion! CREDITS Stage Appearances: Jean and waiter, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Public/Cabaret Theatre, New York City, 1979. Saga, Wonderhorse Theatre, New York City, 1979. Mouthpiece, West Side Story, Minskoff Theatre, New York City, 1980. Whizzer, March of the Falsettos, Mainstage Theatre, Playwrights Horizons, New York City, 1981. Lord Feathertop, Feathertop, WPA Theatre, New York City, 1984.

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BONIFANT, Evan SeeBONIFANT, J.Evan

BONIFANT, J. Evan 1985(Evan Bonifant) PERSONAL Born August 19, 1985, in Norfolk, VA. Career: Actor. CREDITS Film Appearances: Turn Turn, 3 Ninjas Kick Back, TriStar, 1994. Buster, Blues Brothers 2000, Universal, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Danny McGinnis, My Wildest Dreams (also known as Something's Gotta Give), Fox, 1995. Also appeared as a young Al Holden, One Life to Live (also known as Between Heaven and He//), ABC. Television Appearances; Specials: Stevie, "Dottie Gets Spanked/' American Playhouse, PBS, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: Nicky Dunbar, Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1993. Kenny, "Michelle a la Cart/' Full House, ABC, 1993. Also appeared in Law and Order, NBC.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Joe Connors, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1991. Dr. Berger, New York Undercover, Fox, 1996.

Stage Appearances: A Penny for the Guy, Virginia Stage Company, Norfolk, VA, 1994-95.*

Film Appearances: Man number one, Life with Mikey (also known as Give Me a Break), Buena Vista, 1993. Abel, States of Control, 1997. Gregory Mitchell, Love! Valour! Compassion!, Fine Line Features, 1997.

BONO, Sonny 1935-1998

RECORDINGS Taped Readings: Putting on the Ritz, Penguin HighBridge Audio, 1994.*

OBITUARY NOT/CE-See index for GIFT sketch: Born Salvatore Phillip Bono, February 16, 1935, in Detroit, Ml; died in a skiing accident, January 5,1998, in South Lake Tahoe, CA. Singer, songwriter, television personality, and politician. As a high school dropout and son of working-class immigrants, Bono managed to work his way into show business first as a song writer, then as a singer and television person-

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ality. He left the world of show business for the world of politics in 1988, first as mayor of Palm Springs, CA, then as a U.S. Congressman. Bono moved with his family to Los Angeles in the 1950s and worked odd jobs before Specialty Records used his talents as a songwriter and backup singer. Bono, working with famed producer Phil Spector, wrote You Bug Me, Baby and Needles and Pins in 1963, the latter song being first recorded by Jackie Shannon then made into a number one hit in the U.K. by The Searchers. Bono also worked with the Righteous Brothers before meeting 16-year-old Cherilyn Sarkistian, who called herself Cher and was looking to make it in show business. This odd couple—he the short, awkward songwriter/singer and she the tall, striking actress—teamed up for the hits Baby, Don't Co, But You're Mine, and / Cot You Babe, all in 1965. / Cot You Babe was a number one hit in the United States and Europe and made the couple a hot commodity. They were known just as much for their hippie clothes—such as bell bottoms and bobcat vests—as their music. The couple married in 1964 and also recorded the songs just You (1965), Laugh at Me (1965), Have / Stayed Too Long (1966), The Beat Coes On, (1967), It's the Little Things (1967) and A Cowboy's Work is Never Done (1972). Several were hits, but none matched the success of / Cot You Babe. They played themselves in the film Good Times (1967) and changed their style from hippie to Las Vegas. But there were bigger things in store for Sonny and Cher. An appearance on the Merv Griffin Show convinced CBS to give them a shot and The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour debuted in 1971 and ran until 1974. The show became a hit and made people laugh, with Sonny playing the fumbling "straight man" to Cher's comedic barbs and putdowns. The show ended in 1974 when the couple began a sometimes rancorous divorce. Both stayed in show business. Bono had a short-lived television show of his own, The Sonny Comedy Revue, in 1974. His other television appearances were episodic, on such shows as The Love Boat (1975), Fantasy Island (1975), Murder in Music City (1979), Battle of the Network Stars (1977), Our Time (1985), and Late Night with David Letterman (1987). In March 1986, Bono married Mary Whitaker. He left the entertainment business in the late 1980s and opened an upscale Italian restaurant in Palm Springs. He disputed with zoning officials over a new sign for the restaurant, catalyzing him to run as an activist mayor in 1988 and win. As mayor of Palm Springs, he helped establish the Palm Springs International

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Film Festival, a race for classic cars, and an annual bicycle race. He suffered a political setback in 1992 when he ran as a conservative Republican for the U.S. Senate. But Bono came out on top again in 1994 when he rode the nationwide Republican tide and won a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Because of Bono's, joking, easygoing manner and his public persona of not taking himself seriously, it was some time before the public respected him as a lawmaker. Even he admitted he had a lot to learn. But Bono, a close ally of then Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (R-Georgia) and then Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole (R-Kansas), sponsored several important policy initiatives such as strengthening copyright laws, requiring labeling of imported produce and making it more difficult for judges to strike down popular ballot issues. All the while he could still make stodgy lawmakers laugh. Though a staunch conservative who championed school prayer and voted against same-sex marriages, he was friends with liberal Democrat Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts, a homosexual. Bono's daughter, Chastity was a lesbian activist and Frank remarked in the House that Bono conducted his opposition of samesex marriages with class and respect for the other side. OBITUARIES AND OTHER SOURCES Books: Who's Who in America, 52nd edition, Marquis, 1997. Periodicals: Chicago Tribune, January 7, 1998, sec. 1, p. 1. Los Angeles Times, January 7, 1998, p. A1. New York Times, January 7, 1998, p. A16. Times (London), January 7, 1998. Washington Post, January 7, 1998, p. A1.

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BRINCKERHOFF, Burt 1936(Burton Brinckerhoff) PERSONAL Full name, Burton Field Brinckerhoff; born October 25,1936, in Pittsburgh, PA; son of J. Howard (a minister) and Marion (Field) Brinckerhoff; married Zina

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Jasper, December 26, 1959 (divorced). Education: Studied with Wendall K. Phillips, Milton Katselas, and Brian Shaw. Addresses: Agent—Shapiro-Lichtman Talent Agency, 8827 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048. Career: Director, actor, and producer. Wyndham Playhouse, Wyndham, NH, director, summers of 1962 and 1963; Triangle Theatre, New York City, founder (with others), 1964, producer and director, beginning in 1964. Member: Directors Guild of America, Actors' Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Sylvania Award nomination, 1957, for F ive Dollar Bill; Variety New York Drama Critics Poll Award, 1957, for Blue Denim; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, outstanding dramatic actor, 1966, for Cactus Flower; Emmy Award nominations, outstanding directing in a drama series, 1979,1980, and 1981, all for Lou Grant. CREDITS Television Work; Director; Series: Ca/ucc/'s Deptv CBS, 1973. Television Work; Director; Miniseries: The Maharaja's Daughter (also known as Die Tochter des Maharadschas), 1994. Television Work; Director; Movies: Two Brothers, 1976. The Cracker Factory, ABC, 1979. Can You Hear the Laughter? The Story of Freddie Prinze, CBS, 1979. Mother and Daughter: The Loving War, ABC, 1980. Brave New World, NBC, 1980. Born to Be Sold, NBC, 1981. Just a Little More Love, 1984. It Nearly Wasn't Christmas (also known as It Almost Wasn't Christmas), syndicated, 1989. Jailbirds, CBS, 1991. Television Appearances; Movies: Warden Mark Kimberling, Crime of the Century, HBO, 1996. Television Work; Director; Specials: Steambath, 1972.

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"A Special Act of Love/' ABC Afternoon Playbreak, ABC, 1973. Stubby Pringle's Christmas, NBC, 1978. First and Ten: The Championships, HBO, 1986. "Frankenstein," The CBS Festival of the Lively Arts for Young People, CBS, 1986. "Clara," General Motors Playwrights Theatre, Arts and Entertainment, 1991. "Avenue Z Afternoon," Genera/ Motors Playwrights Theatre, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. Television Appearances; Specials: Appeared in "Inherit the Wind," Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC; and John Brown's Body, CBS. Television Work; Director; Episodic: That's My Mama, ABC, between 1974 and 1975. Hot / Baltimore, ABC, 1975. The Montefuscos, NBC, 1975. Baretta, ABC, between 1975 and 1978. Doc, CBS, 1976. The Betty White Show, CBS, between 1977 and 1978. Lou Grant, CBS, between 1977 and 1982. Another Day, CBS, 1978. The Rollergirls, NBC, 1978. Hart to Hart, ABC, between 1979 and 1984. 9 to 5, ABC, between 1982 and 1983. Cagneyand Lacey, CBS, between 1982 and 1984. The Hamptons, ABC, 1983. Trauma Center, ABC, 1983. Two Marriages, ABC, between 1983 and 1984. Good Morning, Miss Bliss, The Disney Channel, 1988. "A Girl of the Limberlost," WonderWorks, PBS, 1990. Bodies of Evidence, CBS, 1993. SeaQuest DSV (also known as SeaQuest 2032), NBC, 1994. Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1994. Beverly Hills 90210, Fox, 1995. Seventh Heaven, The WB, 1996. Seventh Heaven, The WB, 1997. Police Academy: The Series, Fox, 1997. Directed episodes of ALF, NBC; Beacon Hill, CBS; Deadly Games, UPN; Dynasty (also known as Oil), ABC; Growing Pains, ABC; Love of Life, CBS; Magnum, P.L, CBS; Misfits of Science, NBC; Moonlighting, ABC; Remington Steele, NBC; Search for Tomorrow, CBS; and Touched by an Angel, CBS. Television Appearances; Episodic: (As Burton Brinckerhoff) "Crime without Motive," Philco Television Playhouse, NBC, 1954.

64 • BRINCKERHOFF "Killer with a Kiss/' Naked City, ABC, 1960. Alan, "Beta Delta Gamma/' Alfred Hitchcock Presents, NBC, 1961. "Show Me the Way to Go Home/' Naked City, ABC, 1961. "The Devil's Children," The Virginian, NBC, 1962. Frank, "Fatso," The Fugitive, ABC, 1963. Tom Stocker, "Run, Sheep, Run," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1965. "The Harvest," The F.B.L, ABC, 1968. Also appeared in episodes of Armstrong Circle Theater (also known as Circle Theater), NBC; Ben Casey, ABC; The Defenders, CBS; Eternal Light, NBC; Hong Kong, ABC; Route 66, CBS; Studio One, CBS; and The U.S. Steel Hour, ABC and CBS. Television Work; Director, Unless Otherwise Noted; Pilots: How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying, ABC, 1975. Hollywood High, NBC, 1977. Off Campus, CBS, 1977. The Three Wives of David Wheeler, NBC, 1979. The Day the Women Got Even (also known as Every Wednesday), NBC, 1980. joe Dancer: The Monkey Mission, NBC, 1981. Stephanie, CBS, 1981. /.overs and Other Strangers, ABC, 1983. And producer, You Are the Jury, NBC, 1984. Love, Long Distance, CBS, 1985. Other Television Work; Director: The Whole Shebang, Arts and Entertainment, 1993. Film Work; Director: Come Live with Me, 1974. The Dogs (also known as Slaughter), R. C. Riddel I, 1976. Acapulco Cold, R. C. Riddell, 1978. It's Called the Sugar Plum, 1991. Film Appearances: Boy, The Goddess, Columbia, 1958. Andrew, The Greatest Story Ever Told, United Artists, 1965. Stage Work; Director: Saturday Night, Sheridan Square Playhouse, New York City, 1968. Pequod, Mercury Theatre, New York City, 1969. Someone's Com/'n' Hungry, Pocket Theatre, New York City, 1969.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Whispers on the Wind, Theatre de Lys, New York City, 1970. Stage Appearances: Richard, Ah, Wilderness!, Boston Arts Festival, Boston, MA, later Playhouse in the Park, Philadelphia, PA, 1954. Eddie Davis, Time Out for Ginger, Playhouse in the Park, 1955. Arthur Bailey, Blue Denim, Westport County Playhouse, Westport, CT, 1955, then Playhouse Theatre, New York City, 1958. Five Dollar Bill, 1957. Paul Ormos, Answered the Flute, Theatre Guild Studio 3, New York City, 1960. Title role, Marcus in the High Grass, Greenwich Mews Theatre, New York City, 1960. Marchbanks, Candido, Sombrero Playhouse, Phoenix, AZ, 1961. Simon Bliss, Hay Fever, Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope, PA, 1965. Igor, Cactus Flower, Royale Theatre, New York City, 1965-67. Michael Brady, Keep It in the Family, Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1967.*

BRINCKERHOFF, Burton See BRINCKERHOFF, Burt

BROKAW, Gary

1951PERSONAL

Full name, Gary Scott Brokaw; born June 21, 1951, in Los Angeles, CA; son of Robert Scott Brokaw and Shirley (Pettit) Struble; married Christine Schleicher; children: Lisa, Kristin, Laura. Education: University of California, Berkeley, B.A., 1973; University of California, Los Angeles, M.B.A., 1976. Addresses: Office—Avenue Pictures, 11111 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 2110, Los Angeles, CA 90025. Career: Producer and executive. Twentieth CenturyFox, Los Angeles, CA, marketing trainee, 1976-77, director of special projects, 1977-78, director of acquisitions, 1978-79, manager of eastern division, 1979-81; Cineplex Corp., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, executive vice president, 1981-83; Island Alive Releasing, Los Angeles, CA, chairperson (with others),

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Television Work; Executive Producer; Specials: (With Lindsay Law) "Signs of Life/' American Playhouse, 1989.*

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1968PERSONAL

Born February 12, 1968, in Los Angeles, CA; son of James Brolin (an actor); married to Deborah (Alice) Adair (an actress); children: Trevor, Eden. Career: Actor and director. Reflections Festival, GeVa Theatre, Rochester, NY, performer and director for six years. CREDITS Film Appearances: Brandon "Brand" Walsh, The Goonies, Warner Bros., 1985. Corey Webster, Thrashing Fries, 1986. Tom, The Road Killers, Miramax, 1994. Danny, Bed of Roses (also known as Amelia and the King of Plants), New Line Cinema, 1996. Tony, Flirting with Disaster, Miramax, 1996. Josh, Mimic, Dimension Films/Miramax, 1997. My Brother's War, Concorde Pictures, 1997. Bryce, Best Laid Plans, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. James Gallman, Nightwatch, Dimension Films/ Miramax, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Johnny Betts, Private Eye, NBC, 1987. James "Wild Bill" Butler Hickok, The Young Riders, ABC, 1989-92. Jack Passion, Winnetka Road, NBC, 1994. Television Appearances; Movies: Boise, Prison for Children (also known as Find a Safe Place and A Prison of Children), 1987. Glenn Shrevelow, Finish Line, TNT, 1989. Keith DeBruler, Gang in Blue (also known as The Phantom), Showtime, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: ABC Fall Preview, ABC, 1987. Television Appearances; Episodic: Taylor Rolator, "My Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades," 21 lump Street, Fox, 1987. Jack Pierce, "Virtual Future," The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 1995.

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Television Appearances; Pilots: Johnny Betts, Private Eye, NBC, 1987. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Cosmopolitan, August, 1996, p. 100. People Weekly, August 11, 1997, p. 146."

BROWN, Roscoe See BROWNE, Roscoe Lee

BROWNE, Roscoe Lee 1925(Roscoe Brown) PERSONAL Born May 2, 1925, in Woodbury, NJ; son of a minister. Education: Attended Lincoln University of Pennsylvania, Middlebury College, and Columbia University. Addresses:/Agent—Georgia Gilly, 8721 Sunset Blvd., Suite 103, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actor, director, and writer. Shenley Import Corp., national sales representative, 1946-56; Lincoln University, Lincoln University, PA, teacher of literature and French, 1952; Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, member of the company, 1966-67; Pittsburgh Playhouse, Pittsburgh, PA, member of the company, 1966-67; Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati, OH, member of the company, 1966-67; American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, CA, member of the company, 1988-89; Spoleto Festival, Spoleto, Italy, guest artist. Member of the board of trustees for the Mi I lay Colony for the Arts, the Los Angeles Free Public Theatre, and Pacifica Radio. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Track and field awards, including two American indoor championships and a world championship in the 800-yard dash, 1951; Obie Award, best actor (with Frank Langella and Lester Rawlins), 1965, for Benito Cereno; Los Angeles Drama Critics Award, best actor, 1970, for The Dream on Monkey Mountain; Emmy Award (with

others), outstanding performance by an actor in a supporting role in a comedy or drama series, 1975, for Barney Miller; inducted into the Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame, 1977; Emmy Award, outstanding guest performer in a comedy series, 1986, for The Cosby Show; Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award, 1989, for ]oe Turner's Come and Cone; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best performance by a featured actor in a play, 1992, for Two Trains Running. CREDITS Film Appearances: (As Roscoe Brown) The Connection, Allen/Clarke, 1962. The Cool World, Cinema Five, 1963. Preacher, Pie in the Sky (also known as Terror in the C/ty), Allied Artists, 1964. Christopher, Black Like Me (also known as No Man Walks Alone), Continental, 1964. Bertolt Brecht: Uebungstuecke fuer Schauspieler (also known as Bertolt Brecht: Practice Pieces), 1964. Petit Pierre, The Comedians, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1967. Clarence, Uptight, Paramount, 1968. Photographer, Me and My Brother, New Yorker, 1969. Philippe Dubois, Topaz, Universal, 1969. Lord Byron Jones, The Liberation of L. B. tones, Columbia, 1970. Narrator, The Ra Expeditions, Universal, 1971. Music store operator, Cisco Pike, Columbia, 1971. Jedediah Nightlinger, The Cowboys, Warner Bros., 1972. Superfly, Warner Bros., 1972. Gazenga, The World's Greatest Athlete, Buena Vista, 1973. Dr. LamineSonko, Superfly J.N.T., Paramount, 1973. Congressman Lincoln, Uptown Saturday Night, Warner Bros., 1974. Box, Logan's Run, United Artists, 1976. James Forrest, Twilight's Last Gleaming (also known as Nuclear Countdown and Das Ultimatum), Allied Artists, 1977. Gideon Gibbs, Double Take, 1979. Mr. Paxton, Nothing Personal, American International Pictures, 1980. Is Everybody Happy but Me?, AIMS Media, 1983. Archer Lincoln, ]umpin' Jack Flash, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986. Judge Dawkins, Legal Eagles, Universal, 1986. Voice of Francis, Oliver and Company (animated), Buena Vista, 1988.

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Narrator, Night Angel, 1990. Chairperson, Moon 44 (also known as Intruder), LIVE Home Video, 1991. Fernando Perez, The Mambo Kings (also known as The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love), Warner Bros., 1992. Doc, Eddie Presley, Raven Pictures International, 1992. Narrator, Brother Minister: The Assassination of Malcolm X (documentary), 1994. Mr. Reid, Naked in New York, Fine Line, 1994. Narrator, Babe (also known as Babe, the Gallant Pig), Universal, 1995. Leonard Folder, The Pompatus of Love, CFP Distribution, 1995. Freddy, Last Summer in the Hamptons, Rainbow Releasing, 1995. Clovis Madison, Forest Warrior, Turner Home Entertainment, 1996. Idris Abraham, Dear Cod, Paramount, 1996. Narrator, Babe: Pig in the City (also known as Babe in Metropolis and Babe 2), Universal, 1998.

Babu, "Benito Cereno," Festival of the Arts, syndicated, 1965. W. E. B. DuBois, "Free at Last/' History of the Negro People, PBS, 1965. Diogenes Chase, The Haunting of Harrington House, 1981. "For Us, the Living: The Story of Medgar Evers," American Playhouse, PBS, 1983. Ghost of Christmas past, John Grin's Christmas, ABC, 1986. The 19th Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1987. Cordon Parks: Moments without Proper Names, PBS, 1988. Voice characterization, Ring Raiders (animated), syndicated, 1989. Voice characterization, Dark Water (animated), Fox, 1991. Narrator, Marilyn Monroe: Life after Death, Showtime, 1994. Mr. Wortham, "Crosstown," CBS Schoolbreak Specials, CBS, 1996.

Also appeared in The Fifth Door and Unknown Powers.

Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Benefactor/' The Defenders, CBS, 1962. "The Whistling Shrimp," Espionage, NBC, 1963. "Watts Made Out of Thread," Insight, syndicated, 1968. "Deadfall," Mannix, CBS, 1968. "The Vise," The Invaders, ABC, 1968. "Gideon," Outcasts, ABC, 1969. "The Third Choice," The Name of the Came, NBC, 1969. "The Time Is Now," The Name of the Game, NBC, 1970. "The Elevator Story," All in the Family, CBS, 1972. "He Was Only Seven," Bonanza, NBC, 1972. Sanford and Son, NBC, 1972. Jean Duval, "Archie in the Hospital," All in the Family, CBS, 1973. Yale Courtland Dancy, "A Trout in the Milk," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1973. Cood Times, CBS, 1974. "Epicac," Rex Harrison's Short Stories of Love, NBC, 1974. "This Case Is Closed," Planet of the Apes, CBS, 1974. "Escape Artist," Barney Miller (also known as The Life and Times of Captain Barney Miller), ABC, 1975. Maude, CBS, 1977. Maude, CBS, 1978. "Sixth Sense," Hart to Hart, ABC, 1980. Carlton, "Of Sound Mind," Magnum, P.L, CBS, 1983. "Death Goes to the Movies," Blacke's Magic, NBC, 1986.

Television Appearances; Series: Gideon Gibbs, McCoy, NBC, 1975-76. Harold Devore Neistadter, Miss Winslow and Son, CBS, 1979. Saunders, Soap, ABC, 1980-81. Voice of Reekon, Visionaries (animated), PBS, 1987. Rosemont, Fa/con Crest, CBS, 1988. Voice of Wilson Fisk (the Kingpin), Spider-Man (animated), Fox/UPN, 1995. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Philip Harrison, King, NBC, 1978. Charles Farquar, Space (also known as James A. Michener's Space), CBS, 1985. Television Appearances; Movies: Dr. Cresus, Dr. Scorpion, ABC, 1978. Omar DeLacy, Lady in a Comer, NBC, 1989. Calhearn, Stuck with Each Other, NBC, 1989. "Open Window/' Showtime 30-Minute Movie, Showtime, 1991. Buck, You Must Remember This, 1992. Also appeared in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. Television Appearances; Specials: "Green Pastures/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1952.

68 • BROWNE Professor Bennington Foster, "The Card Game/' The Cosby Show, NBC, 1986. "Reading between the Lines/' The Ellen Burstyn Show, ABC, 1986. "Shakespeare," The Cosby Show, NBC, 1987. "Country Doctor/' Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1988. Dr. Steadman, "Rest in Peace, Mrs. Columbo" (also known as "Columbo"), The ABC Saturday Mystery, ABC, 1990. Dennis Cray, "The Passionate Painter Mystery/' Father Dowling Mysteries, ABC, 1990. "Songs of Freedom," Evening at Pops, PBS, 1992. Sir Idris Balewa, "Consultation," Law and Order, NBC, 1992. Dr. Raleigh Young, "The Devil's Window," SeaQuestDSV, NBC, 1993. Sweet Justice, NBC, 1994. Mr. Davis (an interviewer), "The Job," The John Larroquette Show, NBC, 1994. Voice characterization, "Rumpelstiltskin," Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (animated), HBO, 1995. Reverend Soames, Kirk (also known as Life Happens), TheWB, 1996. Mayor Davidson's supporter, EZ Streets (also known as Easy Streets), CBS, 1996. George Lucas, Cosby, CBS, 1996. Also appeared in East Side, West Side, CBS; Meeting of Minds, PBS; The Real Ghostbusters, ABC; and That Was the Week That Was, NBC. Television Appearances; Pilots: Si Iky Gideon Gibbs, The Big Rip-Off, NBC, 1975. Truman Murdock, The High Five, NBC, 1982. Stage Appearances: Soothsayer and Pindarus, Julius Caesar, New York Shakespeare Festival, East River Park Amphitheatre, New York City, 1956. The Taming of the Shrew, New York Shakespeare Festival, East River Park Amphitheatre, 1956. Aaron, Titus Andronicus, New York Shakespeare Festival, Theatre of Emmanuel Presbyterian Church, New York City, 1957. Understudy for the title role, Othello, New York Shakespeare Festival, Belvedere Lake Theatre, New York City, 1958. Cothurnus, Aria da Capo, Theatre Marquee, New York City, 1958. Understudy for the title role, Purlie Victorious, Cort Theatre, New York City, 1961. Archibald Wellington, The Blacks, St. Mark's Playhouse, New York City, 1961-62.

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Born c. 1914; died of a heart attack, May 23, 1983, in Portland, OR. Career: Music composer, songwriter, musician, and lyricist. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nominations, best scoring of a musical picture, 1960, for Sleeping Beauty, best scoring of a dramatic or comedy picture, 1961, for Babes in Toyland, best scoring of an adaptation or treatment, 1964, for The Sword in the Stone, and best song (with lyricist Floyd Huddleston), 1974, for "Love" from Robin Hood. RECORDINGS Work on Albums: Adapter and musical director, Sleeping Beauty, 1959, rereleased in 1997. Score writer, Jungle Book, 1967, rereleased in 1997. Arranger, Music of Disney: A Legacy in Song, 1997. Performer on Albums: Turk Murphy, Turk Murphy's Jazz Band Favorites, 1947. Firehouse Five Plus Two, Firehouse Five Plus Two Goes to Sea, 1957. Firehouse Five Plus Two, Twenty Years Later, 1958. Castle Jazz Band, Famous Gastle Jazz Band, 1992. Speedy West, Stratosphere Boogie, 1995. Tennessee Ernie Ford, Sixteen Tons, 1995. WRITINGS Composer for Films, Unless Otherwise Noted: Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier, Buena Vista, 1955. Man in Space (animated; documentary), Buena Vista, 1956. Davy Crockett and the River Pirates, Buena Vista, 1956. Westward Ho the Wagons!, Buena Vista, 1956. In the Bag, Buena Vista, 1956. Johnny Tremain (also known as Johnny Tremain and the Sons of Liberty), Buena Vista, 1957. And lyricist, Tonka (also known as A Horse Named Comanche), Buena Vista, 1958. Sleeping Beauty (animated), Buena Vista, 1959. Babes in Toyland, Buena Vista, 1961.

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101 Dalmatians (also known as One Hundred and One Dalmatians; animated), Buena Vista, 1961. The Absent-Minded Professor, Buena Vista, 1961. Mooncussers, Buena Vista, 1962. Son ofFlubber, Buena Vista, 1963. The Sword in the Stone (animated), Buena Vista, 1963. The Ugly Dachshund, Buena Vista, 1966. Follow Me, Boys!, Buena Vista, 1966. The Fighting Prince of Donegal, Buena Vista, 1966. The )ungle Book (animated), Buena Vista, 1967. The Adventures of Bull whip Criffin, Buena Vista, 1968. The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit, Buena Vista, 1968. The Youngest Rebel, Buena Vista, 1968. Daring Game, Paramount, 1968. The Love Bug, Buena Vista, 1968. The Aristocats (animated), Buena Vista, 1970. Robin Hood (animated), Buena Vista, 1973. Herbie Rides Again, Buena Vista, 1974. Songs, Back to the Future, Universal, 1985. Songs, Off Beat, Buena Vista, 1986. Composer for Television; Series: Davy Crockett, ABC, 1955. Tales of Texas John Slaughter, ABC, 1958-60. The Mouse Factory, syndicated, 1972. Composer for Television; Movies: A Boy Called Nuthin', NBC, 1967. Wacky Zoo of Morgan City, NBC, 1972. SIDELIGHTS Bruns played fifteen instruments. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Chicago Tribune, May 27, 1983. Los Angeles Times, May 26, 1983.*

BUJOLD, Genevieve 1942PERSONAL Born July 1, 1942, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; daughter of Firmin (a bus driver) and Laurette (Cavanaugh) Bujold; married Paul Almond (a television producer and director), 1967 (divorced, 1973); children: Mather James. Education: Attended the Province of Quebec Conservatory of Dramatic Art.

Addresses: Agent—The Blake Agency, 415 North Camden Dr., Suite 111, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Actress. Gendon Distribution Co., chairperson of board of directors. Awards, Honors: Susanne Bianchetti Award, best actress, Carthagenia Film Festival, 1966, for La guerre est finie; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding single performance by an actress in a leading role in a drama, 1967, for "St. Joan/' Hallmark Hall of Fame; Canadian Film Award, best performance by a lead actress, 1968, for Isabel; Golden Globe Award, best actress in a drama, 1970, Academy Award nomination, best actress, 1970, and Earle Grey Award, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, best acting performance in television in a leading role, 1972, all for Anne of the Thousand Days; Genie Award, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, best supporting actress, 1980, for Murder by Decree; Genie Award nomination, best actress, 1980, for Final Assignment; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, best supporting actress, and Genie Award nomination, best actress, both 1988, for Dead Ringers. CREDITS Film Appearances: Sophie Martin, Amanita pestilens, Crawley Films, 1963. Laterreaboire, Les Films du Nouveau Quebec, 1964. Nadine Sallanches, La guerre est finie (also known as The War Is Over and Krigetar slut), Brandon, 1966. Coquelicot, King of Hearts (also known as Le roi de coeur and Tutti pazzi meno lo), Lopert, 1966. Genevieve, fntre la mer et I'eau douce, [Canada], 1967. Charlotte, Le voleur (also known as The Thief of Paris), Lopert, 1967. Genevieve, "Genevieve/' La fleur de I'age (also known as The Adolescents, That Tender Age, Les adolescents, and La fleur de I'age, ou les adolescents), Pathe, 1967. Title role, Isabel, Paramount, 1968. Anne Boleyn, Anne of the Thousand Days (also known as Anne of a Thousand Days), Universal, 1969. Martha Hayes, Act of the Heart (also known as Acte du coeur), Universal, 1970. Cassandra, The Trojan Women, Cinerama, 1971. Saguenay, Journey (also known as Detour and Undersky), EPOH, 1972.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Elisabeth, Kamouraska, New Line Cinema, 1973. Denise Marshall, Earthquake, Universal, 1974. Marie-Charlotte, L'"incorrigible (also known as The Incorrigible), EDP Films, 1975. Maritza, Alex and the Gypsy (also known as Love and Other Crimes), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1976. Jane Barnet, Swashbuckler (also known as Scarlet Buccaneer), Universal, 1976. Elizabeth Courtland/Sandra Portinari, Obsession, Columbia, 1976. Jeanne Leroy, Another Man, Another Chance (also known as Another Man, Another Woman and Une autre homme, une autre Chance), United Artists, 1977. Dr. Susan Wheeler, Coma, United Artists, 1978. Annie Crook, Murder by Decree (also known as Sherlock Holmes: Murder by Decree), AvcoEmbassy, 1979. Nicole Thomson, Final Assignment, Inter Ocean, 1980. Bernadette Lafleur, The Last Flight of Noah's Ark, Buena Vista, 1980. The Thief (also known as Violent Streets), United Artists, 1981. Clara, Monsignor, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Dr. Nancy Love, Choose Me, Island Alive, 1984. Beryl Thibodeaux, Tightrope, Warner Bros., 1984. Wanda, Trouble in Mind, Alive Films, 1985. The Suspect, TriStar, 1987. Libby Valentin, The Moderns, Alive Films, 1988. Claire Niveau, Dead Ringers (also known as Gemini and Twins), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. Thank You Satan (also known as Oh! Oh! Satan!), Cineflor, 1988. Rachel Roux, False Identity, RKO Radio Pictures, 1990. The mother of Rick and James, And the Dance Goes On, 1991. Marie Aubriac, Rue de bac, 1991. Eva, Oh, What a Night, New Line Home Video, 1992. Irene Betts, An Ambush of Ghosts, 1993. Marie-Alexandrine Brabant-Max, My Friend Max (also known as Mon ami Max), Les Productions du Verseau/Les Productions Lazennec, 1994. Leone, The Adventures of Pinocchio (also known as Car/o Collodi's Pinocchio, Pinocchio, and Die Legende von Pinocchio), New Line Cinema, 1996. St. Laurent and Suzanne, Dead Innocent, Blackwood Communications, 1996. Mrs. Pascal, The House of Yes, Miramax, 1997. Mrs. Carlton, Last Night, Cineplex, 1998. Eye of the Beholder, Filmline International, 1998.

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Television Appearances; Movies: Elizabeth Beaufort, Mistress of Paradise, ABC, 1981. Madeline, Reef Earth, White Earth (also known as Snake Treaty), CBS, 1989. Claire, Les noces de papier (also known as Paper Wedding), [Canada], 1989. Television Appearances; Specials: Title role (Joan of Arc), "St. Joan," Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1967. Title role, "Antigone/' Playhouse New York, PBS, 1973. Cleopatra, "Caesar and Cleopatra/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1976. Narrator, Christmas Lace, PBS, 1979. The 21st Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1989. Clint Eastwood—The Man from Malpaso, 1993. Stage Appearances: Appeared in The Barber of Seville, A House . . . a Day, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and St. Joan. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, January 18, 1992, p. 32.*

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Full name, Sandra Annette Bullock; born July 26, 1964, in Arlington, VA; daughter of John (a vocal coach) and Helga (an opera singer) Bullock. Education: Attended East Carolina University. Avocational interests: Playing the piano, German language, firearms. Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress, producer, director, and screenwriter. Appeared in an opera in Nuremburg at the age of five; worked as a cleaning person, store clerk, and waitress. Awards, Honors: MTV Movie Awards, best female performance, best on-screen duo (with Keanu Reeves), and most desirable female, 1995, all for Speed; Golden Apple Award, female star of the year, 1995; US Magazine Award, best actress, 1995; MTV Movie Award nomination, most desirable female and

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best female performance, Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a motion picture-comedy/musical, 1996, all for While You Were Sleeping; MTV Movie Award nomination, most desirable female, 1996 for The Net; ShoWest Award, ShoWest Convention, female star of the year, 1996; People's Choice Award, favorite motion picture actress, 1997; Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite actress-suspense, MTV Movie Award nomination, best female performance, both 1997, for A Time to Kill. CREDITS

Gun Shy, Buena Vista, 1999. Sarah, Forces of Nature, Dream Works, 1999.

Exactly 3:30, 1999. Also appeared in Making Time, and Willie and Maya. Film Producer, Except Where Indicated: Our Father, 1996. And director, Making Sandwiches (short), Fortis Films, 1997. Executive producer, Hope Floats, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1998. Gun Shy, Buena Vista, 1999.

Exactly 3:30, 1999. Film Appearances: Lisa Edwards, Hangmen, 1987. Debby, Religion, Inc. (also known as A Fool and His Money), 1989. Devlin Moran, Who Shot Patakango? (also known as Brooklyn Love Story and Who Shot Pat?), Castle Hill, 1989. Diane Farrow, Love Potion No. 9, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992. Lori, Me and the Mob (also known as Who Do / Gotta Kill?), 1992. Amanda, When the Party's Over, Strand, 1993. Linda Lue Linden, The Thing Called Love, Paramount,

1993. Lenina Huxley, Demolition Man, Warner Bros., 1993. Elaine, Wrest//ng Ernest Hemingway, Warner Bros., 1993. Diane Shaver, The Vanishing, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993. Fire on the Amazon (also known as Lost Paradise),

1993. Annie, Speed, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994. Lucy Eleanor Moderatz, Wh/7e You Were Sleeping, Buena Vista, 1995. Angela Bennett, The Net, Columbia, 1995. Agnes von Kurowsky, In Love and War, Warner Bros., 1996. Roz, Two if by Sea (also known as Stolen Hearts), Warner Bros., 1996. Ellen Roark, A Time to Kill, Warner Bros., 1996. Melba Club, Making Sandwiches (short), Fortis Films, 1997. Annie Porter, Speed 2: Cruise Control (also known as Speed: Cruise Control), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1997. Birdee Pruitt, Hope Floats, Twentieth Century-Fox,

1998. Sally Owens, Practical Magic, Warner Bros., 1998. Voice of Miriam, The Prince of Egypt (animated), DreamWorks, 1998.

Television Appearances; Series: Tess McGill, Working Girl, NBC, 1990. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Maria, Jackie Collins' "Lucky/Chances" (also known as Jackie Collins' "Lucky", Chances and Lucky, Lucky, and Chances), NBC, 1990. Television Appearances; Movies: Stacy, The Preppie Murder, ABC, 1989. Kate Mason, Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (also known as Return of the Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman //), NBC, 1989. Television Appearances; Specials: Great American Music: A Salute to Fast Cars, The Family Channel, 1994. Presenter, 1994 MTV Video Music Awards, MTV, 1994. The Opening Ceremonies of the 1995 Special Olympics World Games, NBC, 1995. The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1995. Smithsonian Fantastic journey, CBS, 1996. The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 1996. The 1996 ShoWest A wards, 1996. The 66th Annual Academy Awards, 1996. The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 1997. The 69th Annual Academy Awards, 1997. The 55th Go/den Globe Awards, 1998. Women of the Net, E! Entertainment Television, 1998. Warner Bros. Story: No Guts, No Glory-75 Years of Blockbusters, TNT, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Herself, Muppets Tonight! (also known as The New Muppet Show and Muppets Live!), 1996. "Sylvester Stallone/' Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1997.

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Deauville Film Festival, all 1995, for The Brothers McMullen; ShoWest Award, screenwriter of the year, National Association of Theatre Owners, 1996; Grand Special Prize nomination, Deauville Film Festival, 1996, for She's the One. CREDITS Film Appearances: Barry McMullen, The Brothers McMullen, Fox Searchlight Pictures, 1995. At Sundance (documentary), 1995. Mickey Fitzpatrick, She's the One, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Charlie, No Looking Back (also known as Long Time, Nothing New), Gramercy Pictures/PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1998. Private Reiben, Saving Private Ryan, DreamWorks, 1998. The League (also known as On Any Civen Sunday, Gridiron, Monday Night, and Playing Hurt), Warner Bros., forthcoming. Film Work: Executive producer, producer, and director, The Brothers McMullen, Fox Searchlight Pictures, 1995. Producer and director, She's the One, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Producer and director, No Looking Back (also known as Long Time, Nothing New), Gramercy Pictures/ PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1998.

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Born January 28, 1968, in Valley Stream, NY; son of Edward J. (a policeman) and Molly (a manager for the Federal Aviation Administration) Burns; children: Edward F. Education: Attended Oneonta College and the State University of New York; studied filmmaking at Hunter College of the City University of New York.

Screenplays: The Brothers McMullen, Fox Searchlight Pictures, 1995. She's the One, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. No Looking Back (also known as Long Time, Nothing New), Gramercy Pictures/PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1998.

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

Collected Screenplays: Three Screenplays by Edward Burns (contains No Looking Back, She's the One, and The Brothers McMullen), Hyperion Press (Westport, CT), 1998.

Career: Actor, producer, director, and writer. Entertainment Tonight, production assistant, 1981; Irish Twins Productions, partner.

OTHER SOURCES Awards, Honors: Grand Jury Prize, best dramatic film, Sundance Film Festival, Independent Spirit Award, best first feature, shared Jury Special Prize and earned Grand Special Prize nomination, both

Books: Newsmakers: The People behind Today's Headlines, 1997 Cumulation, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1997.

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Periodicals: Cosmopolitan, March, 1998, p. 242. Entertainment Weekly, November 18, 1996, p. 78. Maclean's, April 27, 1998, p. 58. People Weekly, November 18, 1996, p. 78. US. News & World Report, March 30, 1998, p. 8. Electronic

http://www.rzm.com/pvt.ryan/production/cast/ burns.html, September 10, 1998.*

BURNS, Ken 1953PERSONAL Full name, Kenneth Lauren Burns; born July 29,1953, in Ann Arbor, Ml; son of Robert Kyle (an anthropology professor) and Lyla (a homemaker; maiden name, Tupper) Burns; brother of Ric Burns (a producer, director, and writer); married Amy Stechler (a filmmaker and writer), July 10, 1982; children: Sarah, Lilly. Education: Hampshire College, B.A. (film studies and design), 1975; studied with Jerome Liebling and Elaine Mayes. Politics: Democrat. Addresses: Office—Florentine Films, P.O. Box 613, Walpole, NH 03608. Career: Director, producer, cinematographer, film editor, photographer, and writer. Florentine Films, Walpole, NH, owner and president, 1975—. Hampshire College, member of the board of trustees, 1992—; New Hampshire Humanities Council, member of the board of trustees; MacDowell Colony, member of the board of directors; New School of Design, member of the professional council. Also worked as a lecturer. Member: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Society of American Historians, American Antiquarian Society, Massachusetts Historical Society (corresponding member), Walpole Society for Bringing to Justice Horse Thieves and Pilferers. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, best documentary feature, 1981, Christopher Award, 1983, Erik Barnouw Award, Organization of American Historians, Blue Ribbon, American Film Festival, and Council on International Nontheatrical Events (CINE) Golden Eagle Award, all for The Brooklyn Bridge; CINE Golden Eagle Award, 1984, and Blue Ribbon, American Film Festival, both for The

Shakers: Hands to Work, Hearts to Cod; Academy Award nomination, best documentary feature, Emmy Award nomination, outstanding informational special, and Blue Ribbon, American Film Festival, all 1986, Christopher Award, best film script, and Special Award, Sinking Creek, both 1987, and CINE Golden Eagle Award, all for The Statue of Liberty; Red Ribbon, American Film Festival, 1986, Outstanding Feature, Sinking Creek, 1987, Silver Baton, Du Pont-Columbia Journalism Awards Festival, 1988, CINE Golden Eagle Award, and Erik Barnouw Award, all for Huey Long; CINE Golden Eagle Award, 1988, Golden Apple Award, National Educational Film Festival, Blue Ribbon, American Film Festival, and first prize, Baltimore Film Competition, all 1989, for Thomas Hart Benton; Silver Apple Award, National Educational Film Festival, CINE Golden Eagle Award, and Red Ribbon, American Film Festival, all 1989, for The Congress. George Foster Peabody Broadcasting Award, CINE Golden Eagle Award, Dartmouth Film Award, and Producers Guild of America Award, producer of the year, all 1990, Emmy Awards, outstanding informational series, and outstanding individual achievement—writing, Lincoln Prize, Gettysburg College, Bell I. Wiley Award, Civil War Round Table, Charles Frankel Prize, National Endowment for the Humanities, Gabriel Award, UN DA-USA (National Catholic Association of Broadcasters and Communicators), Christopher Award, best film script, Silver Apple Award, National Educational Film and Video Festival, Award of Merit, American Association for State and Local History, Annual Award, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Gold Angel Award, best television miniseries, Humanitas Prize, Human Family Educational and Cultural Institute, Blue Ribbon, American Film and Video Festival, People's Choice Award, best miniseries, and National Board of Review Award, best television miniseries, all 1991, British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, Silver Baton, Du Pont-Columbia Journalism Awards Festival, Sol Taishoff Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism, National Press Foundation, Ohio State Award, and National Association of Television Program Executives International Educational Foundation Award, all 1992, Clarion Award, Women in Communications, Inc., D. W. G r i f f i t h Award, Directors Guild of America, Lamplighter Award, Educational Press Association, Annual Achievement Award, Association for Educational Communications Technology, and Television Critics Association Award, best special, all for The Civil War.

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Director, executive producer, producer (with others), and photographer, Thomas Hart Benton, PBS, 1989. Director and producer, The Congress, PBS, 1989. Producer (with Stephen Ives), "Lindbergh/' The American Experience, PBS, 1990. Director, executive producer, cinematographer, and music director, Empire of'the Air: The Men Who Made Radio, PBS, 1992. Producer (with Jim Brown), The Songs of the Civil War, PBS, 1992. Television Appearances; Specials: Himself, The Civil War: The Filmmaker, PBS, 1990. Himself, Public Television: Public Debate with Charlie Rose, PBS, 1992. Himself, The Making of Baseball, PBS, 1994. Host, Baseball—A Preview of the New Ken Burns Series (also known as Baseball: An American Epic—A Preview), PBS, 1994. Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, NewsRadio (also known as News Radio and The Station), NBC, 1997.

CREDITS WRITINGS Television Work; Documentaries; Miniseries: Director, producer, and photographer, The Civil War (also known as The American Civil War), PBS, 1990. Director, producer, and cinematographer (with Buddy Squires and Allen Moore), Baseball (also known as The History of Baseball), PBS, 1994. Senior executive producer and contributor of cinematography, The West, PBS, 1996. Director, producer, and cinematographer, Thomas Jefferson, PBS, 1997. Director, executive producer, and cinematographer, Lewis and Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery, PBS, 1997. Director, executive producer, and cinematographer, Frank Lloyd Wright, PBS, 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: General Hancock's aide, Gettysburg, TNT, 1993. Television Work; Documentaries; Specials: Director, executive producer, cinematographer, and film editor, The Brooklyn Bridge, PBS, 1982. Director and producer, The Shakers: Hands to Work, Hearts to God, PBS, 1985. Director, producer, and cinematographer, The Statue of Liberty, PBS, 1985. Director and producer, Huey Long, PBS, 1986.

Teleplays; Miniseries: (With Geoffrey C. Ward and Ric Burns) The Civil War (also known as The American Civil War), PBS, 1990. (With Geoffrey C. Ward) Baseball (also known as The History of Baseball), PBS, 1994. Thomas Jefferson, PBS, 1997. Teleplays; Specials: The Shakers: Hands to Work, Hearts to Cod, PBS, 1985. (With Geoffrey C. Ward) Huey Long, PBS, 1986. (With Geoffrey C. Ward and Tom Lewis) Empire of the Air: The Men Who Made Radio, PBS, 1992. Nonfiction: (With Geoffrey C. Ward, Ric Burns, and Don E. Fehrenbacher) The Civil War: An Illustrated History (companion guide to the documentary The Civil War), Knopf (New York City), 1990. (Author of preface with Lynn Novick) Geoffrey C. Ward (and others), Baseball: An Illustrated History (companion guide to the documentary Baseball), introduction by Roger Angell, Random House (New York City), 1994. (With Geoffrey C. Ward and S. A. Kramer) 25 Great Moments, Random House, 1994.

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(With Geoffrey C. Ward and Jim O'Connor) Shadow Ball: The History of the Negro Leagues, Random House, 1994. (With Geoffrey C. Ward and Paul Robert Walker) Who Invented the Came?, Knopf, 1994. (Author of introduction) Jerome Liebling, The People, Yes, foreword by Carroll T. Hartwell, Aperture (New York City), 1995. (Author of preface) Dayton Duncan (and others), Lew/5 and Clark: An Illustrated History (companion guide to the documentary Lewis and Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery), Knopf, 1997. Contributor to books, including Centennial, Pindar Press, 1986; contributor of photographs to Shakers: Hands to Work, Hearts to God: The History and Visions of the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing from 1774 to the Present (companion volume to the documentary Shakers: Hands to Work, Hearts to Cod), by Amy Stechler Burns, foreword by Bertha Lindsay, Portland House (New York City), 1987. Adaptations: The West: An Illustrated History, by Geoffrey C. Ward, is a companion to the documentary The West. It was published by Little, Brown (Boston, MA), in 1996. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: American Heritage, September/October, 1990, p. 96. Commentary, December, 1996, p. 41. Journal of Urban History, May, 1997, p. 387. People Weekly, December 31, 1990, p. 46. Yankee, October, 1990, p. 78.*

BURSTYN, Ellen 1932(Erica Dean, Keri Flynn, Ellen McRae, Edna Rae) PERSONAL Original name, Edna Rae Gillooly; born December 7, 1932, in Detroit, Ml; daughter of John Austin (a building contractor) and Correine Marie (maiden name, Hamel) Gillooly; married W i l l i a m C. Alexander (a poet), 1950 (divorced, 1955); married Paul Roberts (a director), 1957 (divorced, 1959); married Neil Burstyn (an actor), 1960 (divorced, 1971); children: (third marriage) Jefferson. Education: Attended Cass Technical High School, Detroit, Ml;

studied acting with Lee Strasberg at Actors Studio, New York City, and with Stella Adler. Addresses: Office—c/o Actors Studio, Inc., 432 West 44th St., New York, NY 10036./Agent—Todd Smith, Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. Actors Studio, New York City, coartistic director, 1982-84, artistic director, 1984-88, then member of board of directors. Panelist, National Endowment for the Arts and Theatre Advisory Council of New York. Worked as a model in New York and Texas, as Edna Rae; worked as a dancer in Montreal, Quebec, as Keri Flynn; acted in television commercials; also worked as short-order cook and fashion coordinator. Member: Actors Equity Association (president, 198285). Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, Golden Globe Award, New York Film Critics Award, and National Society of Film Critics Award, all best actress, all 1972, all for The Last Picture Show; Academy Award nomination, best actress, 1974, for The Exorcist; Antoinette Perry Award, Drama Desk Award, and Outer Critics Circle Award, all best actress, all 1975, for Same Time, Next Year; Academy Award, British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, and Golden Globe Award, all best actress, al I 1975, for Alice Doesn't Live Here Any More; Academy Award nomination, and Golden Globe Award nomination, both best actress, both 1979, for Same Time, Next Year; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding actress in a limited series or special, 1981, for The People vs. jean Harris; Academy Award nomination, best actress, 1981, for Resurrection; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding lead actress in a miniseries or special, 1987, for "Pack of Lies/' Ha//mark Hall of Fame; Berlinale Camera Award, Berlin International Film Festival, 1988; honorary degrees include D.H.L., Dowling College, 1983, and D.F.A., School of Visual Arts, New York City, 1983. CREDITS Film Appearances: (As Ellen McRae) Franny, Goodbye Charlie, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1964. (As Ellen McRae) Dr. PaulineThayer, For Those Who Think Young, United Artists, 1965. (As Ellen McRae) Ellen McLeod, Pit Stop (also known as The Winner), Crown International, 1969.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 (As Ellen McRae) Mona, Tropic of Cancer, Paramount, 1969. Beth, Alex in Wonderland, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1970. Lois Farrow, The Last Picture Show, Columbia, 1971. Sally, The King of Marvin Gardens, Columbia, 1972. Mrs. Chris MacNeil, The Exorcist, Warner Bros., 1973. Shirley, Harry and Tonto, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1974. Alice Hyatt, Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, Warner Bros., 1974. Sonia Langham, Providence, Cinema V, 1977. Brenda, A Dream of Passion, SNC-Coline, 1978. Doris, Same Time, Next Year, Universal, 1978. Edna RaeMcCauley, Resurrection, Universal, 1980. Olive Fredrickson, Silence of the North, Universal, 1981. Acting: Lee Strasberg and the Actors Studio (documentary), 1981. In Our Hands (documentary), Almi Classics, 1983. Alex Hacker, The Ambassador (also known as The Peacemaker), Cannon, 1984. Kate Mackenzie, Twice in a Lifetime, Pan Canadian, 1985. Alamo Bay, TriStar, 1985. Look Away, 1987. Katarina Senesh, Hannah's War, Cannon, 1988. Mrs. O'Neil, Dying Young, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Esther Moskowitz, The Cemetery Club (also known as Looking for a Live One), Buena Vista, 1993. Emily, When a Man Loves a Woman (also known as To Have and to Hold and Significant Other), Buena Vista, 1994. Kate O'Reilly, The Color of Evening, 1994. Judith, Roommates, Buena Vista, 1995. Mrs. Emily Haberman, The Baby-Sitters Club, Columbia, 1995. Hy, Finn's Grandmother, How to Make an American Quilt, Universal, 1995. Hannah Ferguson, The Spitfire Grill (also known as Care of the Spitfire Grill], Columbia, 1996. Mook, Deceiver (also known as Liar), MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1997. Maura O'Connor, Full Court Press, 1997. Shirley Cooperberg, You Can Thank Me Later, Cinequest, 1998. Mildred, Playing by Heart (also known as Dancing about Architecture and If They Only Knew), Miramax, 1998. Walking Across Egypt, Mitchum Entertainment, 1999. Val Handler, The Yards, Miramax, 1999. Also in the documentary Balls of Grace.

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Television Appearances; Series: (As Erica Dean) Dancer, The Jackie Gleason Show, CBS, 1956-57. (As Ellen McRae) Dr. Kate Burdock, The Doctors, NBC, 1964-65. (As Erica McRae) Julie Parsons, The Iron Horse, ABC, 1967-68. Ellen Brewer, The Ellen Burstyn Show, ABC, 1986. Television Appearances; Movies: Gunfight in Black Horse Canyon, 1961. Lynne Evers, Thursday's Game, ABC, 1974. Jean Harris, The People vs. Jean Harris, NBC, 1981. Tina Brogan, Surviving (also known as Surviving: A Family in Crisis), ABC, 1985. Joan Walker, Into Thin Air (also known as Brian Walker, Please Come Home), CBS, 1985. Margaret Yablonski, Act of Vengeance, HBO, 1986. Lynn Hollander, Something in Common (also known as Love Forty), CBS, 1986. Barbara Jackson, Tack of Lies," Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1987. Nurse Cooder, When You Remember Me (also known as The Legacy, The Legacy of Michael Patrick Smith, and The Amazing Legacy of Michael Patrick Smith), ABC, 1990. Li I Lambert, Mrs. Lambert Remembers Love (also known as Running Out), CBS, 1991. Wilma, Taking Back My Life (also known as The Rape of Nancy Ziegenmeyer), CBS, 1992. Mademoiselle Reisz, Grand Isle (also known as The Awakening), TNT, 1992. Joan Delvecchio, Shattered Trust: The Shari Karney Story (also known as Conspiracy of Silence: The Shari Karney Story), NBC, 1993. Jo Giacalone, Getting Gotti (also known as Diane Giacalone: The John Gotti Story and The Diane Giacalone Story), CBS, 1994. Arlie's mother, Getting Out, ABC, 1994. Frances Griffin, Trick of the Eye (also known as Primal Secrets), 1994. Gretel, "Follow the River," ABC Family Movie, ABC, 1995. Helen, My Brother's Keeper, CBS, 1995. Maud Gannon, Timepiece, CBS, 1996. Iva Mae, Our Son, the Matchmaker, 1996. Yvette Watson, A Deadly Vision (also known as Love Kills), ABC, 1997. Laura Strong, "Flash," The Wonderful World of Disney, ABC, 1998. June Clatterbuck, The Patron Saint of Liars, CBS, 1998. Maggie, "Night Ride Home," Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1999.

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Television Appearances; Miniseries: Veronica Steward, A Will of Their Own, NBC, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Dora Gray/' Maverick, ABC, 1958. "The Human Trap/' Naked City, ABC, 1960. "Benefit of Doubt/' Maverick, ABC, 1961. "Double Image," Surfside 6, ABC, 1961. "Ricochet," The Dick Powell Show, NBC, 1961. "Second Chance," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1961. "The Navy Caper," 77 Sunset Strip, ABC, 1961. (As Ellen McRae) Polly, "Wagon Girls," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1962. "The Walls Have Eyes," Tales of Wells Fargo, NBC, 1962. "Preferably, the Less-Used Arm," Ben Casey, ABC, 1962. "Cry Run," Kraft Mystery Theatre, NBC, 1962. "In the Name of Love, a Small Corruption," Ben Casey, ABC, 1962. "Harry, the Father Image," I'm Dickens . . . He's Fenster, ABC, 1962. "A Splinter Off the Old Block," Dob/'e Gillis, CBS, 1962. (As Ellen McRae) Mona Winthrope White, "The Case of the Dodging Domino," Perry Mason, CBS, 1962. "No Place to Run," Laramie, NBC, 1963. "Dial S for Spencer," 77 Sunset Strip, ABC, 1963. "The Heathen," The Defenders, CBS, 1963. "Hear No Evil," Going My Way, ABC, 1963. "The Deep End," Kraft Suspense Theatre, NBC, 1964. "Big Man From Nairobi," The Greatest Show on Earth, ABC, 1964. "Seized, Confined, and Detained," For the People, CBS, 1965. (As Ellen McRae) Eve Holland, "Crack of Doom," The Time Tunnel, ABC, 1966. "Diablo," Iron Horse, ABC, 1967. "Gallows for Joe Pardee," Iron Horse, ABC, 1967. (As Ellen McRae) Sister Jacob, "Days of Grace," The Big Valley, 1967. Amy Waters, "Waste," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1971. Rachel Lambert, "Lisa, I Hardly Knew You," Bold Ones: The Lawyers, NBC, 1972. Host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1980. "Broadway Dreamers: The Legacy of Group Theatre," American Masters, PBS, 1989. "Miracle on 44th Street: A Portrait of the Actors Studio," American Masters, PBS, 1991. "Lee Strasberg: The Method Man," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Appeared in Cheyenne and Inside the Actors Studio.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Television Appearances; Specials: Broadway Plays Washington!, 1982. The Night of 100 Stars II, ABC, 1985. The ABC Fall Preview Special, ABC, 1986. Hello Actors Studio, 1987. Co-narrator, Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam, HBO, 1988. From the Heart: The First International Very Special Arts Festival (also known as The Very Special Arts Festival), NBC, 1989. An American Tribute to Vaclav Havel and a Celebration of Democracy in Czechoslovakia, PBS, 1990. Host and narrator, Ch/7d Care: Families in the Balance, PBS, 1990. Voice, When It Was a Game II, HBO, 1992. The 65th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1993. The 47th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1993. Voice, Earth and the American Dream, HBO, 1993. An American Film Institute Salute to Jack Nicholson, CBS, 1994. The Roots of Roe, PBS, 1997. The 70th Annual Academy Awards, 1998. Television Appearances; Pilots: (As Ellen McRae) Ellen, The Big Brain, CBS, 1963. Stage Appearances: (As Ellen McRae) Fair Game, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1957. Doris, Same Time, Next Year, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1975. Masha, The Three Sisters, Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) Theatre, Brooklyn, NY, 1977. Helen Hanff, 84 Charing Cross Road, Nederlander Theatre, New York City, 1982. Kathleen Hogan, Park Your Car in Harvard Yard, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1984. The Night of 100 Stars II, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1985. Title role, Shirley Valentine, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1989, then Chicago, IL, 1990. Sister Grace, Sacrilege, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1995. Appeared in a summer theatre production of John Loves Mary, 1960, a New York City production of Shimada, a Los Angeles production of Love Letters, and an off-Broadway production of Andromeda II. Toured as Daisy Werthan, Driving Miss Daisy, 1988. Stage Director: judgement, St. Peter's Church, New York City, 1980.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 WRITINGS Contributor of photographs to magazines, including Darkroom Photography. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, September 9, 1996, p. 120. Take One, March, 1977.*

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Full name, Wilmer C. Butler; born April 7, 1931, in Colorado; son of Wilmer Herb and Verca Amanda Butler; married, 1984; wife's name, Iris; children: Gena. Education: Attended Iowa Wesleyan College and the State University of Iowa. Avocational interests: Woodworking. Addresses: /Agent—Innovative Artists, 1999 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 2850, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Cinematographer. Military service: U.S. Army, served in the Signal Corps. Member: American Society of Cinematographers. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination (with Haskell Wexler and William A. Fraker), best cinematography, 1975, for One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest; Emmy Award, outstanding cinematography for an entertainment special, 1977, for Raid on Entebbe; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding cinematography for a limited series or a special, 1983, for The Thorn Birds; Emmy Award, outstanding cinematography for a limited series or a special, 1984, for A Streetcar Named Desire; best cinematography award, Stockholm Film Festival, 1997, for Deceiver. CREDITS Film Work; Cinematographer, Unless Otherwise Noted: Fearless Frank (also known as Frank's Greatest /Adventure), American International Pictures, 1967. The Rain People, Warner Bros., 1969. Adam's Woman (also known as Return of the Boomerang), Warner Bros., 1970. Drive, He Said, Columbia, 1971.

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The Return of Count Yorga (also known as The Abominable Count Yorga and Curse of Count Yorga), American International Pictures, 1971. Mickey and Boggs, United Artists, 1972. Second unit Cinematographer, Deliverance, Warner Bros., 1972. Melinda, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1972. Running Wild, Golden Circle, 1973. The Conversation, Paramount, 1974. (With Haskell Wexler and William A. Fraker) One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest, United Artists, 1975. Jaws (also known as Stillness in the Water), Universal, 1975. The Manchu Eagle Murder Caper Mystery, United Artists, 1975. (With William A. Fraker) Lipstick, Paramount, 1976. The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars and Motor Kings, Universal, 1976. Alex and the Gypsy (also known as Love and Other Crimes), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1976. Demon Seed (also known as Proteus Generation), United Artists, 1977. Capricorn One, Warner Bros., 1978. Dam/en—Omen II (also known as Omen // and Omen //: Dam/en), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1978. Grease, Paramount, 1978. Uncle Joe Shannon, United Artists, 1978. Ice Castles, Columbia, 1978. Rocky II, United Artists, 1979. Can't Stop the Music, Associated Film Distribution, 1980. It's My Turn, Columbia, 1980. (With Fred Batka) The Night the Lights Went out in Georgia, Avco-Embassy, 1981. Stripes, Columbia, 1981. Rocky III, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1982. The Secret of NIMH (also known as Mrs. Brisby and the Rats of NIMH), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1982. The Sting II, Universal, 1983. Rocky IV, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1985. Beer (also known as The Selling of America), Orion, 1986. Big Trouble, Columbia, 1986. Contributing photographer, Legal Eagles, Universal, 1986. Wildfire, MCA/Universal Home Video, 1988. Biloxi Blues (also known as Neil Simon's Biloxi Blues), Universal, 1988. Child's Play, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1988.

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Craffiti Bridge, Warner Bros., 1990. Hot Shots! (also known as Hot Shots: An Important Movie!), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Cop and a Half, Universal, 1992. Sniper, TriStar, 1993. Beethoven's 2nd, Universal, 1993. (With others) Mother (also known as The Haunted Heart), Mother Productions Limited Partnership, 1996. Flipper, Universal, 1996. Anaconda, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997. Deceiver (also known as Liar), Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1998. Film Appearances: Visions of Light: The Art of Cinematography (documentary), American Film Institute, 1992. Television Work; Cinematographer; Series: Brooklyn Bridge, CBS, 1991-92. Dark Skies, NBC, 1996. Television Work; Cinematographer; Miniseries: The Thorn Birds, ABC, 1983. Television Work; Cinematographer; Movies: A Clear and Present Danger, NBC, 1970. Something Evil, CBS, 1972. Sunshine, CBS, 1973. Savage (also known as Watch Dog), NBC, 1973. / Heard the Owl Call My Name, CBS, 1973. The Execution of Private Slovik, NBC, 1974. Indict and Convict, ABC, 1974. Target Risk, NBC, 1975. Fear on Trial, CBS, 1975. Hustling, ABC, 1975. Sunshine, Part II, 1976. Raid on Entebbe, NBC, 1977. Mary White, ABC, 1977. Killing at Hell's Gate, CBS, 1981.

Death Ray 2000, NBC, 1981. A Streetcar Named Desire, ABC, 1984. When We Were Young (also known as That Magic Moment), NBC, 1989. A Walton Wedding (also known as John-Boy's Wedding), CBS, 1995. Don King: Only in America (also known as Don King), HBO, 1997. Also Cinematographer for President's Secret Service and Hell and High Water. Television Work; Cinematographer; Pilots: Bates Motel, NBC, 1987.*

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Born May 12, 1950, in Dublin, Ireland; son of a cooper and a hospital worker; married Ellen Barkin (an actress), 1988 (divorced, 1993); children: Jack, Romey Marion. Education: Studied Gaelic and archaeology at National University of Ireland, University College, Dublin; trained as a bullfighter in Spain. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actor, producer, screenwriter, director, and author of short fiction. Worked variously as an archeologist, apprentice chef, teacher, bartender, plumber, and columnist; performed with Ireland's Focus Theatre and with Abbey Theatre, Dublin, Ireland. Appeared in David + David's "Ain't So Easy," 1986. Awards, Honors: Jacob's Award, best actor in a television series-drama, 1979, for Bracken. CREDITS Film Appearances: On a Paving Stone Mounted, 1978. The Outsider, 1979. Uther Pendragon, Excalibur, Warner Bros., 1981. Kempffer, The Keep, Paramount, 1983. Joshua Herzog, Hannah K., Universal, 1983. Nick Mullen, Defense of the Realm (also known as Nick Mullen), Hemdale Releasing, 1985. Lord Byron, Gothic, Virgin Visions, 1987. The Black Prince, Lionheart, Orion, 1987. Kevin Scanlon, Hello, Again, TriStar, 1987. Augustine, Siesta, Lorimar, 1987. Paolo, Ciulia e Ciulia (also known as Julia and Julia), Cinecom, 1987. Val, The Courier, Vestron, 1988. Saul Scourby, A Soldier's Tale, Atlantic Releasing, 1988. Sir Hugo Buckton, Diamond Obsession (also known as Diamond Skulls), Film Four/British Screen, 1989. Tom Reagan, Miller's Crossing, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1990. Lieutenant John Merrick, Ha/con Hakenson (also known as Shipwrecked), Buena Vista, 1990. Papa Reilly, Into the West, Miramax, 1992. Jack Deebs, Cool World, Paramount, 1992.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Mackey, A Dangerous Woman, Gramercy, 1993. Bob, Point of No Return (also known as The Assassin), Warner Bros., 1993. Friedrich Baher, Little Women, Columbia/TriStar, 1994. The good thief, All Things Bright and Beautiful, 1994. Fenge, Prince of Jutland (also known as Royal Deceit), Miramax, 1994. John Newland, A Simple Twist of Fate, Buena Vista, 1994. Daniel Graham, Trial by Jury, TriPictures/Warner Bros., 1994. Charlie Dickinson, Dead Man, Miramax, 1995. Dean Keaton, The Usual Suspects, Gramercy Pictures, 1995. Jack Kelly, Frankie Starlight, Fine Line Features, 1995. Himself, Past into Present, Sherwood Productions, 1996. Dr. Hagard's Disease, 1996. Commandant Sean O'Brien, The Brylcreem Boys, Downtown Pictures, 1996. Ben London, Mad Dog Time (also known as Trigger Happy), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1996. Jack Griffin, The Last of the High Kings (also known as Summer Fling), Miramax, 1996. Roger Ellis, Somebody is Waiting, Live Entertainment, 1996. Narrator, Irish Cinema-Ourselves Alone?, 1996. The mechanic, Smilla's Sense of Snow (also known as Smilla's Feeling for Snow), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1997. Ray, The End of Violence, Buena Vista, 1997. Bolek Pzoniak, Po//sh Wedding, Fox Searchlight Pictures, 1998. Brill, Enemy of the State, Buena Vista, 1998. Rohan, This Is the Sea, Paramount Home Video, 1998. D'Artagnan, The Man in the Iron Mask, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1998. Voice of Sir Lionel, Quest for Camelot (also known as The Magic Sword: Quest for Camelot; animated), Warner Bros., 1998. An Ideal Husband, Miramax, forthcoming. Satan, End of Days, Buena Vista/Universal, forthcoming. Father Andrew, Toby's Story (also known as Stigmata), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, forthcoming. Film Work: Associate producer, Into the West, Miramax, 1992. Executive producer, In the Name of the Father, Universal, 1993. Director and producer, The Lark in the Clear Air, 1996.

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Co-executive producer, The Last of the High Kings (also known as Summer Fling), Miramax, 1996. Executive producer, Dr. Haggard's Disease, 1996. Song performer, Mad Dog Time (also known as Trigger Happy), 1996. Co-producer, The Brylcreem Boys, Downtown Pictures, 1996. Producer (with others), Somebody is Waiting, 1996. Executive producer, Perfect Timing (also known as Mad about Mambo), Gramercy Pictures, forthcoming. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Karl Ritter, Wagner, 1983.

Vittorio Mussolini, Mussolini: The Untold Story, NBC, 1985. Title role, Christopher Columbus, CBS, 1985. Teddy Blue, Buffalo Girls, CBS, 1995. Television Appearances; Movies: Treatment, 1981. Joyce in June, 1981. William Masters, Reflections, 1984. Draiocht, 1996. Lionel Powers, Weapons of Mass Distraction, HBO, 1997. Television Appearances; Series: Bracken, 1978. Appeared in the Irish series The Riordans. Television Appearances; Episodic: Guest host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1995. Television Appearances; Specials: Presenter, The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 1995. Host, A Celtic Celebration, PBS, 1995. Voice, Out of Ireland (also known as The Irish in America), PBS, 1995. Presenter, The 18th Annual CableACEAwards, 1996. Presenter, The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 1997. Stage Appearances: Appeared in Translations, National Theatre Company, London. WRITINGS Screenplays: The Lark in the Clear Air, 1996.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Best Contemporary Short Stories; also political columnist, Mag///. OTHER SOURCES

Books: Pictures in My Head (essays and short stories), Roberts Rinehart, 1997. Work represented in anthologies, including/re/and's

Periodicals: New York, September 17, 1990, pp. 46-51. People Weekly, April 21, 1997, p. 37. Rolling Stone, November 1, 1990, pp. 75-76.*

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Original name Maurice Joseph Micklewhite; born March 14, 1933, in London, England; son of Maurice Joseph (a fish market porter) and Ellen Francis Marie (a charwoman; maiden name, Burchell) Micklewhite; married Patricia Haines (an actress), 1955 (divorced, c. 1958); married Shakira Khatoon Baksh (a model), Januarys, 1973; children: (first marriage) Dominique; (second marriage) Natasha. Education: Attended Wilson's Grammar School, London. Avocational interests: Gardening, reading. Addresses: /Agent—Dennis Selinger, International Creative Management, 76 Oxford St., London W1R 1RB, England. Career: Actor. South Beach Brasserie, South Miami Beach, FL, restaurant owner, beginning in 1996; owner of five restaurants in London. Military service: British Army, 1951-53; served in Germany and Korea. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nominations, best actor, 1966, for Alfie, and 1972, for Sleuth; Academy Award nomination, best actor, British Academy Award, best actor in a leading role, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and Golden Globe Award, best actor in a film, all 1983, for Educating Rita; Academy Award, best supporting actor, 1986, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a motion picture, 1987, for Hannah and Her Sisters; Variety Club Award, film actor of the year, 1988; Golden Globe Award, best actor in a miniseries or motion picture made for television, 1989, tor Jack the Ripper; commander, Order of the British Empire, 1992;

Silver Seashell, San Sebastian International Film Festival, 1996, tor Blood and Wine; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor in a miniseries or a special, 1997, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a series, miniseries, or motion picture, 1998, for Mandela and de Klerk; National Board of Review Career Achievement Award, 1998; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor— comedy/musical, 1999, for Little Voice. CREDITS Film Appearances: Private Lockyer, A Hill in Korea (also known as Hell in Korea), British Lion, 1956. Sailor Beware! (also known as Panic in the Parlor), Distributors Corp., 1956. The Steel Bayonet, United Artists, 1957. Gilrony, How to Murder a Rich Uncle, Columbia, 1958. Carve Her Name with Pride, J. Arthur Rank, 1958. Johnny Brent, Blind Spot, Butchers Film Service, 1958. The Key, Columbia, 1958. A Woman of Mystery, United Artists, 1958. Room 43 (also known as The Girl in Room 43 and Passport to Shame), Cory, 1959. Second Gestapo agent, Two-Headed Spy, Columbia, 1959. Breakout (also known as Danger Within), Continental, 1959. Sailor, The Bulldog Breed, J. Arthur Rank, 1960. Weber, Foxhole in Cairo, British Lion, 1960. The Day the Earth Caught Fire (also known as The Day the Sky Caught Fire), Universal, 1961. The Wrong Arm of the Law, Continental Distributing, 1962. Lieutenant Gonville Bromhead, Zu/i/, Embassy, 1964. Harry Palmer, The Ipcress File, Universal, 1965.

84 • CAINE Alfie Elkins, the title role, Alfie, Paramount, 1966. Michael Finsbury, The Wrong Box, Columbia, 1966. Harold "Harry'' Dean, Gambit, Universal, 1966. Mooney, Solo for Sparrow, Schoenfeld, 1966. Harry Palmer, Funeral in Berlin, Paramount, 1967. Henry Warren, Hurry Sundown, Paramount, 1967. Harry Palmer, Billion Dollar Brain, United Artists, 1967. Handsome stranger, Woman Times Seven (also known as Sept Fois Femme), Embassy/Twentieth Century-Fox, 1967. Himself, Tonite Let's All Make Love in London (also known as The London Scene), 1967. Henry Clarke, Deadfall, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1968. Squad Leader Canfield, The Battle of Britain, United Artists, 1968. Nicholas Urfe, The Magus, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969. Captain Douglas, Play Dirty (also known as Written on the Sand), United Artists, 1969. Charlie Croker, The Italian ]ob, Paramount, 1969. Private Tosh Hearne, Too Late the Hero (also known as Suicide Run), Cinerama, 1970. Himself, Simon, Simon, 1970. Captain, The Last Valley, Cinerama, 1971. Alan Breck, Kidnapped, American International Pictures, 1971. Jack Carter, Get Carter, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1971. Mickey King, Pulp, United Artists, 1972. Milo Tindle, Sleuth, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1972. Robert Blakeley, X, Y, and Zee (also known as Zee and Co.), Columbia, 1972. Major John Tarrant, The Black Windmill, Universal, 1974. John Deray, The Marseilles Contract (also known as The Destructors), American International Pictures, 1974. Jim Keogh, The Wilby Conspiracy, United Artists, 1975. Tucker, Peeper (also known as Fat Chance), United Artists, 1975. Peachy Carnehan, The Man Who Would Be King (also known as Rudyard Kipling's The Man Who Would Be King), Allied Artists, 1975. Lewis Fielding, The Romantic Englishwoman, New World, 1975. Adam Worth, Harry and Walter Co to New York, Columbia, 1976. Lieutenant Colonel Kurt Steiner, The Eagle Has Landed, Columbia, 1976. Lieutenant Colonel "Joe" Vandeleur, A Bridge Too Far, United Artists, 1977.

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Shadow Run, 1998. Ray Say, Little Voice, Miramax, 1998. Max Gale, Curtain Call (also known as Later Life), Curtain Call L.P., 1998. The Debtors, 1999. Dr. Wilbur Larch, The Cider House Rules, Miramax, 1999.

Michael Caine: Breaking the Mold (also known as Crazy about the Movies), Cinemax, 1991. The 49th Annual Golden Globe Awards, TBS, 1992. Danny Kaye's International Children's Awards for UNICEF, The Disney Channel, 1992. The American Film Institute Salute to Elizabeth Taylor, ABC, 1993.

Film Work: Executive producer, The Fourth Protocol, J. Arthur Rank, 1987.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Detective Inspector Frederick Abberline, )ack the Ripper, CBS, 1988. Joseph Stalin, World War II: When Lions Roared (also known as World War II . . . Then There Were Giants), NBC, 1994. Captain Nemo, 20,000 Leagues under the Sea, ABC, 1997.

Television Appearances; Movies: Helmsman, The Ship That Couldn't Stop, 1961. Dr. Henry Jekyll/Mr. Edward Hyde, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, ABC, 1990. Narrator, King Midas and the Golden Touch (also known as We All Have Tales), Showtime, 1991. Harry Anders, Blue Ice, HBO, 1993. Harry Palmer, Midnight in St. Petersburg, Showtime, 1995. Harry Palmer, Bullet to Beijing (also known as Len Deighton's Bullet to Beijing), Showtime, 1995. F. W. de Klerk, Mandela and de Klerk, Showtime, 1997. Appeared in more than one hundred British television movies between 1957 and 1963, including The Compartment, Funny Noises with Their Mouths, Hobson's Choice, Luck of the Draw, The Other Man, The Playmates, and The Way with Reggie. Television Appearances; Specials: Horatio, Hamlet (also known as Hamlet at Elsinore), syndicated, 1964. Rickles, CBS, 1975. The American Film Institute Salute to John Huston, CBS, 1983. Bob Hope's Happy Birthday Homecoming, NBC, 1985. The Night of 100 Stars II, ABC, 1985. This Time It's Personal—Jaws: The Revenge, syndicated, 1987. Host, Gary Grant: A Celebration, ABC, 1988. John Huston: The Man, the Movies, the Maverick, 1988. The 6 / s t Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1989. The Night of 100 Stars III, NBC, 1990. Presenter, The 63rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1991. Michael Caine on Acting in Film, Arts and Entertainment, 1991.

Television Appearances; Episodic: "The General's Daughter/' The Adventures of William Tell, syndicated, 1958. "Male of the Species/' On Stage, NBC, 1969. Television Work: Producer, Blue Ice (movie), HBO, 1993. Stage Appearances: The Room, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1960. The Dumbwaiter, Royal Court Theatre, 1960. James Saunders, Next Time, I'll Sing for You, Arts Theatre, London, 1963. The Night of 100 Stars II, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1985. The Night of 100 Stars III, Radio City Music Hall, 1990. Also appeared with the Westminster Repertory Company, Horsham, England, 1953, with the Lowestoft Repertory Company, Lowestoft, England, 1954-55, and with the Theatre Workshop, London, 1955. Stage Work: Assistant stage manager of Westminster Repertory Company, 1953. WRITINGS Nonfiction: Not Many People Know That: Michael Caine's Almanac of Amazing Information (published in the United States as Michael Caine's Almanac of Amazing Information), Robson Books (London), 1985. And Not Many People Know This Either!: Michael Caine's Second Collection of Amazing Information, Robson Books, 1985.

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Not Many People Know It's 1988!, Robson Books, 1987. Michael Caine's Moving Picture Show, St. Martin's (New York City), 1988. Acting in Film: An Actor's Take on Moviemaking, Applause Theatre Book Publishers, 1990. What's It All About? (autobiography), Turtle Bay Books (New York City), 1992. OTHER SOURCES Books: Caine, Michael, What's It All About?, Turtle Bay Books, 1992. Contemporary Authors, Volume 146, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1995. Periodicals: People Weekly, May 4, 1987, p. 104; December 7, 1992, p. 93. Vanity Fair, December, 1992, p. 150.*

CAMBERN, Donn Addresses: Office—856 Leonard Rd., Los Angeles, CA 90049-1326. Career: Film and television editor, producer, and director. Member: Motion Pictures Editors Guild (president), American Cinema Editors, Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, outstanding achievement in film editing, 1967, for Chrysler Presents the Bob Hope Special; Academy Award nomination (with Frank Morriss), best film editing, 1984, for Romancing the Stone. CREDITS Film Work; Editor, Unless Otherwise Noted: 2000 Years Later, Warner Bros., 1969. Easy Rider, Columbia, 1969. (With Pat Somerset, Christopher Holmes, and Robert I. Wolfe) Drive, He Said, Columbia, 1971. The Last Picture Show, Columbia, 1971. Steelyard Blues (also known as The Final Crash), Warner Bros., 1972. Blume in Love, Warner Bros., 1973.

Cinderella Liberty, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1973. The Hindenburg, Universal, 1975. Alex and the Gypsy (also known as Love and Other Crimes), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1976. (With Harold F. Kress) The Other Side of Midnight, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977. The End, United Artists, 1978. Hooper, Warner Bros., 1978. Time after Time, Warner Bros., 1979. (With William Gordean) Smokey and the Bandit II (also known as Smokey and the Bandit Ride Again), Universal, 1980. Willie and Phil, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980. (With William Gordean) Cannonball Run, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981. Paternity, Paramount, 1981. Excalibur, Warner Bros., 1981. Tempest, Columbia, 1982. Going Berserk, Universal, 1983. (With Frank Morriss) Romancing the Stone, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984. (With Ralph Winters) Big Trouble, Columbia, 1986. Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling, Columbia, 1986. Harry and the Hendersons (also known as Bigfoot and the Hendersons), Universal, 1987. (With Sheldon Kahn) Casual Sex?, Universal, 1988. Feds, Warner Bros., 1988. (With Sheldon Kahn) Twins, Universal, 1988. (With Sheldon Kahn) Chostbusters II, Columbia, 1989. The Butcher's Wife, Paramount, 1991. (With Richard Harris) The Bodyguard, Warner Bros., 1992. (With Raja Gosnell) Rookie of the Year, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993. (With others) Bound by Honor (also known as Blood In, Blood Out. . . Bound by Honor, and Blood In . . . Blood Out), Buena Vista, 1993. (With Paul Seydor) Major League II, Warner Bros., 1994. Little Giants, Warner Bros., 1994. Producer (with others), Eyes of an Angel (also known as The Tender), LIVE Home Video, 1994. The dimmer Man, Warner Bros., 1996. (With others) A Thousand Acres, Buena Vista, 1997. Television Work; Series: Director (with Ron Joy, Tom Kiley, and others), SomethingElse, syndicated, 1970. Television Work; Specials: Editor, Chrysler Presents the Bob Hope Special, NBC, 1967.*

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CAMPBELL, Bruce 1958PERSONAL Born June 22, 1958, in Royal Oak, Ml; son of Charlie (a traveling billboard inspector) and Joanne (a homemaker) Campbell; married second wife, Ida Gearon (a costume designer), 1991; children: (first marriage) Rebecca, Andy. Addresses: Office—c/o 14431 Ventura Blvd., Suite 120, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423. Career: Actor and producer. CREDITS Film Appearances: It's Murder, 1977. Within the Woods, 1978. Clockwork, 1978. Ash ley J. "Ash" Williams, The Evil Dead (also known as Book of the Dead, The Evil Dead, the Ultimate Experience in Grueling Horror, and Into the Woods), New Line Cinema, 1983. Brice Chapman, Going Back, 1983. Renaldo "The Heel," Crimewave (also known as The XYZ Murders and Broken Hearts and Noses), Embassy, 1985. Video Newscaster, Stryker's War (also known as Bloodbath and Thou Shalt Not Kill. . . Except), Film World Distributors, 1985. Ashley J. "Ash" Williams, Evil Dead II (also known as Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn), Rosebud, 1987. Voice, The Dead Next Door, Tempe Video, 1988. Jack Forrest, Maniac Cop, Shapiro Glickenhaus, 1988. Ray Tanner, Moontrap, Movies Unlimited, 1989. Officer Howard, Intruder, Phantom Productions, 1989. Final Shemp, Darkman, Universal, 1990. Jack Forrest, Maniac Cop 2, Cordell Productions, 1991. Van Helsing, Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat, Vestron, 1991. Stover, Mindwarp, Columbia/TriStar, 1992. Ray, Lunatics: A Love Story, Columbia/TriStar, 1992. John Wright, Waxwork II: Lost in Time (also known as Lost in Time and Space Shift: Waxwork II), Electric Pictures/LIVE Home Video, 1992. Ashley J. "Ash" Williams/Evil Ash, Army of Darkness (also known as Evil Dead 3 and Evil Dead II: The Medievil Dead), Universal, 1993.

CAMPBELL .87 Smitty, The Hudsucker Proxy, Warner Bros., 1994. Raffle Winner, The Demolitionists, Planet Productions, 1995. Wedding Shemp, The Quick and the Dead, TriStar, 1995. Charles Travis, Congo, Paramount, 1995. Surgeon general of Beverly Hills, John Carpenter's Escape from LA. (also known as Escape from LA.), Paramount, 1996. Soap Opera Actor, Fargo, PolyGram/Gramercy, 1996. Virgil, McHale's Navy, Universal, 1997. Carl, Running Time, Panoramic Pictures, 1997. Actor, La Patinoire (also known as The Ice Rink), Le Studio Canal, 1998. Icebreaker, forthcoming. From Dusk Till Dawn: Texas Blood Money, Miramax, forthcoming. Film Work: Executive producer, The Evil Dead (also known as Book of the Dead, The Evil Dead, the Ultimate Experience in Grueling Horror, and Into the Woods), New Line Cinema, 1983. Coproducer, Crimewave (also known as The XYZ Murders and Broken Hearts and Noses), Embassy, 1985. Coproducer, Evil Dead II (also known as Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn), Rosebud, 1987. Producer, Easy Wheels, 1989. Producer, Lunatics: A Love Story, Columbia/TriStar, 1992. Coproducer and editor, Army of Darkness (also known as Evil Dead 3 and Evil Dead II: The Medievil Dead), Universal, 1993. Television Appearances; Series: Generations, 1989. Brisco County, Jr., The Adventures ofBrisco County, Jr. (also known as Brisco County, Jr.), Fox, 199394. Bill Church, Jr., Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, ABC, 1994-95. Autolycus, Xena: Warrior Princess, syndicated, 1995. Autolycus, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (also known as The Legendary Journeys of Hercules), syndicated, 1995. EdBillik, Ellen, ABC, 1996. Television Appearances; Movies: Alex Windham, Assault on Dome 4 (also known as Chase Moran), Sci-Fi Channel, 1996. Jacob "Jake" Thorne, Tornado!, Fox, 1996. Mick Dourif, Menno's Mind, The Movie Channel, 1997.

88 • CANFIELD Jeff Erickson, In the Line of Duty: Blaze and Glory (also known as In the Line of Duty: ]eff and Jill), NBC, 1997. Hank Cooper, "The Love Bug/' The Wonderful World of Disney, ABC, 1997. Ray, Missing Links, 1997. Pierce Thomas "P. T." Madison, "Goldrush: A Real Life Alaskan Adventure" (also known as "Gold Rush!"), The Wonderful World of Disney, ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Wayne Weinsider, "Terms of Endearment," The X-Files, Fox, 1993. Gene the Genie, Weird Science, 1994. Lieutenant Drey, "Meet the Beetles," American Gothic, CBS, 1995. Jake Rodzinsky, "Justice: Parts 1 & 2," Homicide: Life on the Street (also known as H: LOTS and Homicide), NBC, 1995. Agent Tommy Maddox, "The Future, Jack, The Future," Timecop, ABC, 1997. Television Work; Director: "The King of Assassins," Xena: Warrior Princess, syndicated, 1995. "Key to the Kingdom," Xena: Warrior Princess, syndicated, 1995. "The Vanishing Dead," Hercules: The Legendary journeys (also known as The Legendary Journeys of Hercules), syndicated, 1995. "What's in a Name?," Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (also known as The Legendary Journeys of Hercules), syndicated, 1995. Adaptations: The films Stryker's War, 1987, and The Nutty Nut, 1992, were based on stories by Campbell. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, December 6, 1993, p. 135.*

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CANNON, Dyan 1937(Diane Cannon) PERSONAL Original name, Samille Diane Friesen; born January 4, 1937, in Tacoma, WA; daughter of a life insurance salesperson and a homemaker; married Gary Grant (an actor; real name, Archibald Leach), July 22,1965 (divorced, March 21,1968); married Stanley Finberg (an attorney), April, 1985 (divorced, 1991); children: (first marriage) Jennifer Grant (an actress). Education: Attended the University of Washington; studied acting with Sanford Meisner. Avocational interests: Reading, swimming, watching basketball. Addresses: /Agent—Agency for the Performing Arts, 9000 Sunset Blvd., 12th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actress. Also worked as a model. Also credited as Diane Cannon. Member: Screen Actors Guild, Directors Guild of America. Awards, Honors: National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO) Award, actress of the year, Academy Award nomination, best supporting actress, and Golden Globe Award nominations, best motion picture actress in a musical or comedy and most promising female newcomer, all 1969, for Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice; Golden Globe Award nomination, best motion picture actress in a drama, 1971, for Such Good Friends; Academy Award nomination, best liveaction short film, 1976, for Growing Pains: Number One; Golden Globe Award, best motion picture actress in a supporting role, and Academy Award nomination, best supporting actress, both 1978, for Heaven Can Wait; Q Award nomination, Viewers for Quality Television, best recurring player, 1998, for Ally McBeal. CREDITS

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Film Appearances: Dixie, The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond, Warner Bros., 1960. Wiggles, This Rebel Breed (also known as The Black Rebels and Three Shades of Love), Warner Bros, 1960. Alice Henderson, Sob & Carol & Ted & Alice, Columbia, 1969.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Ingrid Everleigh, The Anderson Tapes, Columbia, 1971. Julie Messenger, Such Good Friends, Paramount, 1971. Judith Austin, The Love Machine, Columbia, 1971. Lorrie Dellman, Doctors' Wives, Columbia, 1971. Lena, The Burglars (also known as Le casse), Columbia, 1972. Christine, The Last of Sheila, Warner Bros., 1973. Alexis, Shamus (also known as Passion for Danger), Columbia, 1973. Child under a Leaf, Cinema National, 1974. Simone Legree, Revenge of the Pink Panther, United Artists, 1978. Julia Farnsworth, Heaven Can Wait, Paramount, 1978. Madie Levrington, Coast to Coast, Paramount, 1980. Viv Bonham, Honeysuckle Rose (also known as On the Road Again), Warner Bros., 1980. Myra Elizabeth Maxwell Bruhl, Deathtrap, Warner Bros., 1982. Alice Detroit, Author, Author, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1982. Elizabeth Pearce, Caddyshack II, Warner Bros., 1988. She's Having a Baby, Paramount, 1988. Stephanie Lewis, The End of Innocence, Skouras Pictures, 1991. Eileen Stone, The Pickle, Columbia, 1993. Mrs. Flint, That Darn Cat, Buena Vista, 1997. Liz LaBreche, Out to Sea, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Karen Schneider, Allie and Me, Dollhouse Pictures, 1997. Annette Bennett, 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag, Orion, 1997. Leslie, Drop-Dead, Regent Entertainment/Libra Pictures, 1998. Also appeared in One Point of View. Film Work: Director, producer (with Vince Cannon), and editor, Growing Pains: Number One (short film), Film Forum, 1976. Director, The End of Innocence, Skouras Pictures, 1991. Also directed One Point of View. Television Appearances; Series: For Better or Worse, CBS, 1959. Lisa Crowder, Full Circle, CBS, 1960-61. Judge Jennifer "Whipper" Cone, Ally McBeal, Fox, 1997-.

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Television Appearances; Miniseries: Kate Blackwell, Master of the Came, CBS, 1984. Television Appearances; Movies: Virginia Hill, The Virginia Hill Story, NBC, 1974. Sally Stanford, Lady of the House, CBS, 1978. Thera Baylin, Having It All, ABC, 1982. Jenny Baines, jenny's War (also known as Operation Prime Time), syndicated, 1985. Katherine, Arthur the King (also known as Merlin and the Sword), CBS, 1985. Annie Hackett, "Rock 'n' Roll Mom/' Disney Sunday Movie, ABC, 1988. Rosie LaCroix, Jailbirds, CBS, 1991. Elizabeth Blane, Christmas in Connecticut, TNT, 1992. Varda Gray, Based on an Untrue Story, 1993. Josie Joplin, A Perry Mason Mystery: The Case of the Jealous]okester, NBC, 1995. Jess Wilding, Rockford Files: If the Frame Fits (also known as Rockford Files: Suitable for Framing), CBS, 1996. Marsha Robinson, Beverly Hills Family Robinson, ABC, 1997. Gina Fairfax, The Sender, HBO, 1998. Abby "Bubblin"' Browne, Black Jaq, 1998. Abby Montana, Diamond Girl (also known as Harlequin's Diamond Girl), [Canada and the Republic of South Africa], 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: The Bob Hope Show, NBC, 1972. The Bob Hope Special, NBC, 1974. The Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope's Women I LoveBeautiful but Funny, NBC, 1982. Night of 100 Stars II (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), ABC, 1985. Willie Nelson, the Big Six-O: An All-Star Birthday Celebration, CBS, 1993. The NBA at 50, TNT, 1996. A Day with . . ., Lifetime, 1997. Canned Ham: 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag, Comedy Central, 1997. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 45th Annual Golden Globe Awards, syndicated, 1988. The /3th Annual American Music Awards, ABC, 1989. Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, ABC, 1992. The /3th Annual CableACE Awards, TNT, 1992. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Shadows," Zane Grey Theater, CBS, 1959.

90 • CANOVA "Lady Luck/' Bat Masterson, NBC, 1959. "Vanishing Act/' Wanted: Dead or Alive, CBS, 1959. "Sheriff of the Town/' Two Faces West, syndicated, 1960. "Soft Cargo," Johnny Ringo, CBS, 1960. "The Price of Paradise," Bat Masterson, NBC, 1961. "The Gentleman from Brazil," Acapulco, NBC, 1961. "The Radioactive Object Adventure," Malibu Run, CBS, 1961. "The Big Dealer," Hawaiian Eye, ABC, 1961. "The Wrestler," Guestward Ho, ABC, 1961. "The Diana Adventure," Malibu Run, CBS, 1961. "The Woman Who Never Was," Follow the Sun, ABC, 1961. "A Certain Time, a Certain Darkness," Ben Casey, ABC, 1961. Mavis Carroll, "The Silent Partner," The Untouchables, ABC, 1962. "The Bridal Trail Caper," 77 Sunset Strip, ABC, 1962. "Death Rides a Pale Horse," 5toney Burke, ABC, 1963. "Between the Rats and the Finks," Mr. Broadway, CBS, 1964. "The Man behind the Badge," The Reporter, CBS, 1964. "Sam Houston," Profiles in Courage, NBC, 1964. Ivy Norton, "AuntThede," Cunsmoke, CBS, 1964. "The Weapon," Amos Burke, Secret Agent, ABC, 1965. Elinor Crawford, "The Victim," Medical Center, CBS, 1969. Host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1976. Herself, The Muppet Show, syndicated, 1979. "Natalie Wood," Crazy about the Movies, Cinemax, 1987. AtRona's, NBC, 1989. "Michael Caine: Breaking the Mold," Crazy about the Movies, Cinemax, 1991. Bonnie Valin, "The Last Laugh," Parts 1 and 2, Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1994. Mitzi Wilde, "Girl Buys Soup While Woman Weds Ape," The Naked Truth (also known as Wilde Again), ABC, 1995. Judge Jennifer "Whipper" Cone, "Line of Duty," The Practice, ABC, 1997.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Stage Appearances: Night of 100 Stars II (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1985. Appeared in The Fun Couple and Ninety-Day Mistress, both Broadway productions. Major Tours: Toured in How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying. WRITINGS Screenplays: Crowing Pains: Number One (short film), Film Forum, 1976. The End of Innocence, Skouras Pictures, 1991. Also wrote One Point of View. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: TV Guide, February 28, 1998, pp. 24-25.*

CANOVA, Diana 1952(?)PERSONAL Original name, Diana Rivero; born June 1, 1952 (some sources say 1953), in West Palm Beach, FL; daughter of Filberto Rivero (a musician and radio talk show host) and Judy Canova (an actress); married Geoff Levin, 1976 (divorced); married Elliott R. Scheiner (a record producer), July 24, 1982; children: (second marriage) Matthew Philip. Education: Attended Los Angeles City College, 1971-74; studied singing with Seth and Florence Riggs. Addresses: Contact—1800 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actress and singer.

Appeared in "The Ding-a-Ling Girl," Playhouse 90, CBS; also appeared in Matinee Theatre, NBC. Television Appearances; Pilots: Malibu, ABC, 1983. Other Television Appearances: Appeared in Diane's Adventure.

Member: American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild, Actors' Equity Association. Awards, Honors: People's Choice Award, favorite female performer, 1981; Golden Headset, AudioWorld, for Kalki.

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Television Appearances; Pilots: Donna Marley, The Love Boat, ABC, 1977. Other Television Appearances: Sheila, The Bruce Diet, 1992. Film Appearances: Juanita, The First Nudie Musical, Paramount, 1973. Diana, One True Thing, Universal, 1998. Stage Appearances: Sonia, They're Playing Our Song, Imperial Theatre, New York City, 1981. Daisy, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope, PA, and Falmouth Playhouse, Falmouth, MA, both 1984. Jenny, Company, Roundabout Theatre Company, DeWitt Clinton Park, then Criterion Center Stage Right, both New York City, 1995. Also appeared in one-act plays at the Porterville Playhouse, Porterville, CA, 1974. Major Tours: Lady Larkin, Once upon a Mattress, United Service Organizations (USO) tour, 1973. RECORDINGS

Television Appearances; Episodic: Ozz/e's Girls, syndicated, 1973. Happy Days (also known as Happy Days Again and New family in Town), ABC, 1974. Daughter-in-law, Medical Story, NBC, 1975. "Identical Problem/' The Love Boat, ABC, 1977. "Cinderella Girls/' Fantasy Island, ABC, 1978. "Taking Sides/' The Love Boat, ABC, 1978. "The Pirate/' Fantasy Island, ABC, 1978. "Spending Spree," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1979. "Young at Heart," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1979. "Strip Joint," Barney Miller (also known as The Life and Times of Captain Barney Miller), ABC, 1979. "Flashbacks," Hotel, ABC, 1983. Joan Germaine, "Death Casts a Spell," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1984. "A Wheel in a Wheel," Trapper John, M.D., CBS, 1985. "Heartbreaker," The Love Boat, ABC, 1985. "Family Ties," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1986. Margaret Mary McCauley, "Murder According to Maggie," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1989. Annie Lawson, "Death by Demographics," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1995. Also appeared in Ch/co and the Man, NBC.

Taped Readings: Taped readings include Kalki. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Back Stage, October 20, 1995, p. 56. New Leader, December 4, 1995, pp. 30-31. TV Guide, March 12, 1988, p. 26.*

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songwriter), 1986 (divorced); married Marina Anderson (an actress), February, 1997; children: (first marriage) Calista; (with Barbara Hershey) Tom; (second marriage) Kansas. Education: Attended Oakland Junior College, San Francisco State College (now San Francisco State University), and the University of California, Berkeley; trained for the stage with Justin Smith. Politics: "Jeffersonian Democrat." Religion: Christian Scientist. Avocational interests: Music, horses, sculpture, painting, filmmaking, philosophy, art, science, children, French, the American Revolution, coaching athletes of the Special Olympics.

Television Work; Series: Director, Kung Fu, ABC, 1972-75. Producer (with Larry Lelonde and Phil Bedard), Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1993-97. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Tom Horn, Mr. Horn, CBS, 1979. Justin LaMotte, North and South, ABC, 1985. Justin LaMotte, North and South, Book II, ABC, 1986. Also appeared in Confessional.

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Television Appearances; Movies: Flack, Maybe I'll Come Home in the Spring (also known as Deadly Desire and Maybe I'll Be Home in the Spring), ABC, 1970. Paul Gauguin, Gauguin the Savage, CBS, 1980. Ben Irons, High Noon, Part II: The Return of Will Kane (also known as High Noon, Part II and The Return of Will Kane), CBS, 1980. Bobby DuChamp, Jealousy, ABC, 1984. Leroyjessup, The Bad Seed, ABC, 1985. Kwai Chang Caine, Kung Fu: The Movie, CBS, 1986. J. C. Busch, Oceans of Fire, CBS, 1986. Bernard Coy, Six against the Rock, NBC, 1987. Stephen Lancer, / Saw What You Did (also known as / Saw What You Did. . . and I Know Who You Are!), CBS, 1988. The Cup, 1988. Slade, The Cover Girl and the Cop (also known as Beauty and Den/se), NBC, 1989. John Tucker, Future Force (also known as Civilian Operated Police Systems and COPS), syndicated, 1990. Lieutenant, Deadly Surveillance, Showtime, 1991. Kwai Chang Caine, Luck of the Draw: The Cambler Returns (also known as The Cambler Returns: The Luck of the Draw), NBC, 1991. John Tucker, Future Zone (also known as Back to the Past and future Force //), syndicated, 1991. Artemis McBride, Brotherhood of the Gun (also known as Knuckleduster and Spanish Gulch), CBS, 1991. Martin Shaw, Lost Treasure of Dos Santos, The Family Channel, 1997. Duane Kidston, Last Stand at Saber River, TNT, 1997.

Television Appearances; Series: Title role, Shane, ABC, 1966. Kwai Chang Caine, Kung Fu, ABC, 1972-75. Kwai Chang Caine, Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1993-97.

Television Work; Movies: Producer, KungFu: The Movie, CBS, 1986. Associate producer, Future Force (also known as Civilian Operated Police Systems and COPS), syndicated, 1990.

Addresses:/Agent—Encanta Entertainment, Camden Agency, P.O. Box 1836, Studio City, CA 91614. Contact—Rich Holmes, Suite C, P.O. Box 6488, Burbank, CA 91510-6488. Career: Actor, director, producer, and writer. Composer of over seventy songs for the publishing company of Catahoula and Carlin. Military service: U.S. Army, 1960-62. Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Directors Guild of America, Muscular Dystrophy Association, National Rifle Association, Fraternal Order of Police (honorary member), 1199 Club. Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award, most promising personality, 1965, for The Royal Hunt of the Sun; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding continued performance by an actor in a leading role in a drama series, 1972, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best television actor in a drama, 1974, both for Kung Fu; National Board of Review Award, best actor, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best motion picture actor in a drama, both 1976, for Bound for Glory; Man of the Year Award, Fraternal Order of Police, 1985; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a series, miniseries, or motion picture made for television, 1986, for North and South; received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1997.

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Television Appearances; Pilots: Kwai Chang Caine, KungFu, ABC, 1972. Kwai Chang Caine, Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1993. Film Appearances: Cal Dodge, Taggart, Universal, 1964. Stretch, Bus Rlley's Back in Town, Universal, 1965. Lucas Barnes, The Violent Ones (also known as Touch White, Touch Black), Feature Film, 1967. Too Many Thieves, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1968. Coke Beck, Heaven with a Cun, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1969. Jesse Boone, Young Billy Young (also known as Who Rides with Kane), United Artists, 1969. Waco, The Good Guys and the Bad Guys, Warner Bros., 1969. White Feather, The McMasters (also known as The Blood Crowd and The McMasters . . . Tougher Than the West Itself), Chevron, 1970. Colonel David Mountford, Macho Callahan, AvcoEmbassy, 1970. Bill Shelley, Boxcar Bertha, American International Pictures, 1972. Inmate, The Long Goodbye, United Artists, 1973. Drunk, Mean Streets, Warner Bros., 1973. House of Dracula's Daughter, 1973. Frankenstein, Death Race 2000, New World Pictures, 1975. You and Me, 1975. Woody Guthrie, Bound for Glory, United Artists, 1976. Coy "Cannonball" Buckman, Cannonball (also known as Carquake), New World Pictures, 1976. Harley Thomas, Thunder and Lightning (also known as Thunder on the Highway), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1977. Abel Rosenberg, The Serpent's Egg (also known as Das Schlangenei), Paramount, 1977. Himself, A Look at Liv (documentary), Win Kao Productions, 1977. Captain Gates, Gray Lady Down, Universal, 1978. Kaz Oshay, Deathsport, New World Pictures, 1978. Roger Gorman: Hollywood's Wild Angel (documentary), 1978. Chang-Sha, blind man, monkey-man, and Death, Circle of Iron (also known as The 5/7ent Flute), Avco-Embassy, 1979. Brad Randolph, Cloud Dancer, Blossom Pictures, 1979. Charlie Swattle, Fast Charlie, the Moonbeam Rider (also known as Fast Charlie and the Moonbeam), Universal, 1979. Cole Younger, The Long Riders, United Artists, 1980.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Michael, Dune Warriors, Concorde Pictures, 1991. Ron Morrell, Project Eliminator, Victory Pictures, 1991. Dad, Omega Cop //: The Challenge (also known as Karate Cop and Omega Cop //), Romarc, 1991. Night Children (also known as Children of the Night), Columbia/TriStar Home Video, 1992. Hanley, Midnight Fear, Rhino Home Video, 1992. Gideon Fisk, Evil Toons, American Independent Pictures, 1992. Vincent, Night Rhythms, Imperial Entertainment, 1992. Othello Jones, Roadside Prophets, New Line Cinema, 1992. Mr. C, Double Trouble (also known as Cold Sweat, Twice as Hard, and Under the Gun), Motion Picture Corporation of America, 1992. General Gorman, Field of Fire (also known as Battle Gear), Concorde Pictures, 1992. Beggar, Waxwork II: Lost in Time (also known as Lost in Time and Space Shift: Waxwork II), LIVE Home Video, 1992. Joe Foley, Distant Justice, Columbia/TriStar Home Video, 1992. Lamberti, Animal Instincts, Academy, 1992. Colonel Horace Wiggins, Kill Zone, New Horizons Home Video, 1993. Chavez, Dead Center (also known as Crazy ]oe)f 21 st Century Film Corporation, 1994. Michael Maltin, Capital Punishment, Screen Pix Home Video, 1996. Full Blast, Showcase Entertainment, 1997. Crossroads of Destiny (also known as Jailbreak and Macon County Jail), Concorde Pictures, 1997. The Rage, Miramax, 1998. Max Kaufman, Sublet, Krasko Productions, 1998. Dehoven, Natural Selection, Rio Bravo Entertainment, 1998. Light Speed, Santelmo Entertainment, 1998. Sean, Drop-Dead, Regent Entertainment/Libra Pictures, 1998. Luke, Children of the Corn V: Field of Terror, Dimension Films, 1998. Sheldon Blake, The New Swiss Family Robinson, Total Films, 1998. James Lee Springer, American Reel, KiMina Entertainment, 1999. Appeared in /Act/on Force Team and Caddo Lake; also appeared in Frontera sur (also known as Code Death), [Mexico and the United States]. Film Work: Director, You and Me, 1975.

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CARRERE, Tia 1965(?)PERSONAL Original name, Althea Janairo; born January 2, 1965 (some sources say 1967), in Honolulu, HI; daughter of Alexander (a banker) and Audrey (a computer supervisor) Janairo; married Elie Samaha (a producer), November 22, 1992. Addresses: /Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress and producer. Appeared in television commercials for M&M candy. Also worked as a model. Awards, Honors: ShoWest Award, National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO), female star of tomorrow, 1994. Member: Screen Actors Guild. CREDITS

WRITINGS Screenplays: Americana, Crown International, 1981. Composer for Films: Americana, Crown International, 1981. Composer of the score for Mata Han. Nonfiction: The Spirit of Shaolin, Tuttle (Boston, MA), 1991. Memoirs: Endless Highway, Journey Editions (Boston, MA), 1995. Other Writings: Author (with Christopher Sergei) of the book Troublemaker.

Film Appearances: Amy, Zombie Nightmare, New World Pictures, 1987. Lani Kepoo, Aloha Summer, Spectrafilm, 1988. Mai Chong, Fatal Mission (also known as Enemy), 1990. Instant Karma, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists Home Video, 1991. Minako Okeya, Showdown in Little Tokyo, Warner Bros., 1991. Kimiko, Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Pathe, 1991. Cassandra, Wayne's World, Paramount, 1992. Adrienne, Little Sister, LIVE Home Video, 1992. Mino, Intimate Stranger, South Gate Entertainment, 1992. Cassandra, Wayne's World 2, Paramount, 1993. Jingo Asakuma, Rising Sun, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993. Juno Skinner, True Lies, Twentieth Century-Fox/Universal, 1994.

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Executive producer (with others), 20 Dates, Phoenician Films, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Nurse Jade Soong Chung, General Hospital, ABC, 1985-87. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Venus Poon, Noble House (also known as James Claveirs Noble House), NBC, 1988. Television Appearances; Movies: The Road Raiders, CBS, 1989. Stella, Fine Gold, syndicated, 1990. Gina Walker, The Immortals, HBO, 1995. Simone Gideon, Nothing but the Truth (also known as The Examiner), CBS, 1995. Diane Norwood, Hollow Point (also known as Rysk Roulette), HBO, 1996. Rebecca Mercer, Top of the World (also known as Cold Cash and Showdown), HBO, 1997. Christina D'Amelio, Natural Enemy, HBO, 1997. Jennifer Dern, Dogboys, The Movie Channel, 1998. Television Work; Movies: Associate producer, The Immortals, HBO, 1995. Television Appearances; Specials: The Making of True Lies, Fox, 1994. Fox NFL Primetime, Fox, 1995. Celebrity competitor, Fox All-Star Challenge, Fox, 1995.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Canned Ham: High School High, Comedy Central, 1996. Also appeared in Circus of the Stars. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, The MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 1992. Presenter, The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 1995. The ESPY Awards, ESPN, 1996. Television Appearances; Episodic: Tia, "The Sound of Thunder/' The A Team, NBC, 1986. Lisa Chan, "The Wish Child/' MacGyver, ABC, 1986. "Dislocations," Tour of Duty, CBS, 1987. Tiu, "Murderer's Sky," MacGyver, ABC, 1988. "Those Lips, Those Thais," Anything but Love, ABC, 1989. Chu-Hoi, "The Leap Home," Part 2, Quantum Leap, NBC, 1990. Michiko Tanaka, "Year of the Monkey," Friday the 13th: The Series, syndicated, 1990. Piper Bowman, "Kelly Bounces Back," Married. . . with Children, Fox, 1990. Scarlett, "On a Dead Man's Chest" (also known as "None but the Lonely Heart" and "This'll Kill Ya"), Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1992. Voice of Princess Miga, "The Little Mermaid," Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (animated), HBO, 1995. Beverly Nichols, Murder One, ABC, 1995. Also appeared in Murphy's Law, ABC; and The New Hollywood Squares, syndicated. RECORDINGS Albums: Dreams, 1993. Video Games: Ari, The Daedalus Encounter, Virgin Interactive Entertainment, 1995. Taped Readings: Between Sisters, Dove Audio, 1996. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Publishers Weekly, January 1, 1996, p. 39.*

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CARREY, James See CARREY, Jim

CARREY, Jim 1962(James Carrey) PERSONAL Born James Eugene Carrey, January 17, 1962, in Jacksons Point (some sources say Newmarket), Ontario, Canada; son of Percy (a musician and accountant) and Kathleen (a homemaker) Carrey; married Melissa Womer (an actress), 1986 (divorced, 1995); married Lauren Holly (an actress), September 23, 1996 (divorced, 1997); children: (first marriage) Jane. Avocational interests: Alternative rock music, drawing, watching dramatic films, tennis, reading selfhelp books.

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Wiploc, Earth Girls Are Easy, Vestron, 1989. Lounge entertainer, Pink Cadillac, Warner Bros.,

1989. Death, High Strung, Summa, 1991. Title role, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Warner Bros., 1994. Stanley Ipkiss and The Mask, The Mask, New Line Cinema, 1994. Lloyd, Dumb and Dumber, New Line Cinema, 1994. The Riddler/Edward Nygma, Batman Forever, Warner Bros., 1995. Title role, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, Warner Bros., 1995. Title role, The Cable Guy, Columbia TriStar, 1996. Fletcher Reede, Liar Liar, Universal, 1997. Truman Burbank, The Truman Show, Paramount,

1998. Adult Joe Wentworth, 5/mon 8/rch, Buena Vista, 1998. Andy Kaufman, Man on the Moon, Universal, 1999. Title role, The Incredible Mr. Limpet, Warner Bros.,

1999. Addresses: /Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 902122401. Career: Actor, comedian, and writer. Standup comedian, c. 1979—. Titan Wheels (factory), Toronto, Ontario, laborer, c. 1978. Awards, Honors: MTV Movie Award, best cornedic performance, 1994, for Ace Ventura: Pet Detective; Golden Globe Award nomination, best actor in a musical or comedy film, 1995, for The Mask; MTV Movie Award, best comedic performance, 1996, for Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls; MTV Movie Award, best comedic performance, 1997, for The Cable Guy; Showman of the Year Award, 1998; Blockbuster Entertainment Award, favorite actor—comedy, Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture—comedy/musical, and MTV Movie Award, best comedic performance, all 1998, for Liar Liar; Golden Globe Award, best performance by an actor in a motion picture—drama, 1999, for The Truman Show. CREDITS Film Appearances: Lane Biddlecoff, Finders Keepers, Warner Bros., 1984. Mark Kendall, Once Bitten, Samuel Goldwyn, 1985. Walter Getz, Peggy Sue Got Married, TriStar, 1986. (As James Carrey) Johnny Squares, The Dead Pool, Warner Bros., 1988.

Television Appearances; Series: Skip Tarkenton, The Duck Factory, NBC, 1984. Ensemble member, In Living Color, Fox, 1990-94. (As James Carrey) Voice of Exterminator, The Itsy Bitsy Spider (animated), USA Network, 1993. Television Appearances; Movies: Introducing Janet (also known as Rubberface), [Canada], 1983. Brad Peterson, "Murder Takes AIT' (also known as "Mike Hammer in Las Vegas"), Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer, CBS, 1989. Tim Carter, Doing Time on Maple Drive, Fox, 1992.

Television Appearances; Specials: Tom Arnold: The Naked Truth, HBO, 1991. Jim Carrey's Unnatural Act, Showtime, 1991. Comic Relief V, HBO, 1992. The Comedy Store's 20th Birthday, NBC, 1992. A Tribute to Sam Kinison, Fox, 1993. Riddle Me This: Why Is Batman Forever?, ABC, 1995. A Comedy Salute to Andy Kaufman, NBC, 1995. The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1995. The American Film Institute Salute to Steven Spielberg (also known as The API Salute to Steven Spielberg), NBC, 1995. Comedy Central Spotlight: Jim Carrey, Comedy Central, 1995. The Life and Death of Sam Kinison: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 1996. Interviewee, Canned Ham: The Cable Guy, Comedy Central, 1996.

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Host, The American Film Institute Salute to Clint Eastwood (also known as TheAFI Salute to Clint Eastwood), ABC, 1996. Interviewee, "Rodney Dangerfield: Respect at Last/' Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, "The Mask/' Space Ghost Coast to Coast, Cartoon Network, 1994. Host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1996. Himself, The Oprah Winfrey, syndicated, 1998. The Entertainment Business (also known as Bravo Profiles), Bravo, 1998. Himself, "Flip," The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1998. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, The 9th Annual American Comedy Awards, 1995. The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 1996. Presenter, The 68th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1996. The VH1 97 Fashion Awards, VH1, 1997. The 24th Annual People's Choice Awards, 1998. The 1998 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 1998. WRITINGS Television Series: In Living Color, Fox, 1990-94. Screenplays: (With others) Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Warner Bros., 1994. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, June 5, 1998, p. 24. Maclean's, April 9, 1984, pp. 58-59. Newsweek, July 25, 1994, pp. 50-51. People Weekly, June 29, 1998, p. 117. Variety, August 24, 1998, pp. S3-S5.*

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Born January 17, 1956, in Forest Hills, Queens, NY; son of Charles (a newspaper editor) and Joan (a librarian) Caruso; married Sherry Maugans, 1980 (divorced, 1983); married Rachel Ticotin (an actress), 1983 (divorced, 1987); married Margaret Buckley, May 4, 1996; children: (second marriage) Greta.

Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, best actor in a drama series, and Golden Globe Award, best actor in a television drama series, both 1994, forN.V.P.D. Blue. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Shamrock the Gang Leader, Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1981-82. Recruit Rusty Berger, For Love and Honor, NBC, 1983-84. Johnny O'Donnell, Crime Story, NBC, 1986. Detective John Kelly, N.Y.P.D. Blue, ABC, 1993-94. Title role, Michael Hayes, CBS, 1997. Television Appearances; Movies: James Connolly, The First Olympics—Athens 1896, NBC, 1984. Ryder, Into the Homeland (also known as When the Swallows Come Back), HBO, 1987. Rainbow Drive (also known as City of Angels), Showtime, 1990. Wilkes, Mission of the Shark, CBS, 1991. Police Chief Bob Rich land, Judgment Day: The John List Story (also known as Deliver Them from Evil: The John List Story and To Save Their Souls), CBS, 1993. Maguire, Elmore Leonard's Gold Coast, Showtime, 1997. Television Appearances; Pilots: Bobby Shea, Crazy Times, ABC, 1981. Joey Terregrossa, Parker Kane, NBC, 1990. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Voiceover, Baseball, PBS, 1994. Television Appearances; Episodic: Charlie, "Hot Date/' CHIPS, NBC, 1983. Television Work; Series: Executive producer, Michael Hayes, CBS, 1997. Film Appearances: Tom, Without Warning, Filmways, 1980. Mitch, First Blood, Orion, 1982. Topper Daniels, An Officer and a Gentleman, Lorimar, 1982.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Buddy Calamara, Thief of Hearts, Paramount, 1984. Joey Rayford, Blue City, Paramount, 1986. Johnny Mercury, China Girl, Vestron, 1987. Al Greco, Twins, Universal, 1988. Dennis Gilley, King of New York, New Line Cinema, 1990. Kit Kat, Hudson Hawk, TriStar, 1991. Mike, Mad Dog and Glory, Universal, 1993. David Corellijade, Paramount, 1995. Jimmy Kilmartin, Kiss of Death, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1995. Ned Tash, Cold Heart (also known as Cold around the Heart), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Hobbs, The Split (also known as Body Count), PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1998.

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CASSAVETES, Nick 1959PERSONAL Born May 21, 1959, New York, NY; son of John Cassavetes (a director and actor) and Gena Rowlands (an actress). Education: Studied literature at Syracuse University, 1976. Addresses: /Agent—Scott Lambert, William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor and director. CREDITS

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, August 22,1997, p. 112; September 19, 1997, p. 40. Esquire, March, 1996, p. 116. Newsweek, September 22, 1997, p. 74. People Weekly, December 6, 1993, p. 57.*

CASH, Jim PERSONAL Born in Boyne City, Ml. Education: Michigan State University, M.A. Addresses: /Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Screenwriter. Film professor, Michigan State University. Co-founder of Red Cedar Review, a literary journal. Established the Jim Cash Creative Writing Award for undergraduates at Michigan State University. WRITINGS Screenplays; With Jack Epps, Jr.: Top Gun, Paramount, 1986. (And story) Legal Eagles, Universal, 1986. (With Epps and A. J. Carothers) The Secret of My Success, Universal, 1987. (With Epps and others) Turner & Hooch, Buena Vista, 1989. Dick Tracy, Buena Vista, 1990. (With Epps and others) Sister Act, Buena Vista, 1992. Anaconda, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997.*

Film Appearances: Nick, Husbands, Columbia, 1970. Adolph, A Woman Under the Influence, Castle Hill, 1974. T.J., Mask, Universal, 1985. Valence, Quiet Cool, New Line Cinema, 1986. Packard Walsh, The Wraith, New Century, 1986. Luis, Black Moon Rising, New World, 1986. Wayne-O, Assault of the Killer Bimbos, Empire, 1988. Desperation Rising, 1989. Tony Braxton, Under the Gun, Marquis, 1989. Lyle Pike, Blind Fury, TriStar, 1989. Mikey Acosta, Backstreet Dreams, Vidmark, 1990. Major Charles Stewart, Young Commandos (also known as Delta Force 3: The Killing Game), Cannon, 1991. John Madler, Twogether, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1992. Gypsy Eyes, 1993. Jack Nietzsche, 5/ns of the Night, Academy Entertainment, 1993. Dr. Jonathon Brooks, Body of Influence, Academy Entertainment, 1993. Barry, Sins of Desire, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1993. Emmett Grazer, Class of 1999-11: The Substitute, Vidmark, 1994. Robert Sherwood, Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle, Fine Line, 1994. Johnny Verona, Machine Gun Blues (also known as Black Rose of Harlem and Pistol Blues)f New Horizon, 1996. Dietrich Hassler, Face/Off, Paramount, 1997. Adonis Papadapadopounopoulopoulos, Me and the Gods, Cinequanon Pictures, 1997. Alex Streck, The Astronaut's Wife, New Line Cinema, 1999.

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Film Director: Unhook the Stars, Miramax, 1996. She's 5o Lovely, Miramax, 1997. Television Appearances; Movies: Steve Cowan, Reunion, CBS, 1980. Machine-Gun Tex, Shooter, NBC, 1988. Joe, ]ust Like Dad, Disney Channel, 1996. Television Appearances; Episodic: Bertrand, LA. Law, NBC, 1986. Phil Cooper, Crime & Punishment, NBC, 1993. WRITINGS Screenplays: Unhook the Stars, Miramax, 1996. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Los Angeles Times, October 27, 1996, p. 33.*

CASSIDY, Joanna 1944PERSONAL Original name, Joanna Virginia Caskey; born August 2, 1944, in Camden, NJ; married, 1964 (divorced, 1974); children: two. Education: Attended Syracuse University. Career: Actress. Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, best actress in a comedy series, and Golden Globe Award, best actress in a television series, both 1984, for Buffalo Bill. CREDITS Film Appearances: Prime Time, Essanjay, 1960. Bullitt, 1968. Monica, The Laughing Policeman (also known as An Investigation of Murder), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1973. Rita, The Outfit (also known as Good Guys Always Win), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1973.

Eleonora, Bank Shot, United Artists, 1974. Night Child (also known as The Cursed Medallion), Film Ventures, 1975. The Stepford Wives, Columbia, 1975. Joe Mason, Stay Hungry, United Artists, 1976. Laura Birdwell, The Late Show, Warner Bros., 1977. Patti Johnson, Stunts (also known as Who Is Killing the Stuntmen?), New Line Cinema, 1977. Julie Miller, Our Winning Season, American International Pictures, 1978. Victor Hale, The Clove (also known as Blood Mad), Pro International, 1980. Sheila Williams, Night Games, American International Pictures, 1980. Zhora, Blade Runner, Warner Bros., 1982. Claire Stryder, Under Fire, Orion, 1983. Terry Hamlin, Club Paradise, Warner Bros., 1986. Irina Vassilieva, The Fourth Protocol,}. Arthur Rank, 1987. Dolores, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Buena Vista, 1988. Eileen Gallagher, The Package, Orion, 1989. Jean, Where the Heart Is, Buena Vista, 1990. Lorraine, May Wine, CBS/Fox Home Video, 1991. Rose Lindsey, Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead, Warner Bros., 1991. Lucy, Landslide, Republic Pictures, 1992. Erin, Lonely Hearts, Live Home Video, 1992. Erica Darby, All-American Murder, Prism Entertainment, 1992. Dewey, Vampire in Brooklyn, Paramount, 1995. Maggie McDermott, Chain Reaction, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Elenore, Loved, Imperial Entertainment, 1997. First Lady, Executive Power, Naegle-derrick Productions, 1997. Laura Venier, Dangerous Beauty, Warner Bros., 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Regular, Shields and Yarnell, CBS, 1977. Selma "Books" Cassidy, The Roller Girls, NBC, 1978. Deputy Morgan Wainwright, 240-Robert, ABC, 197980. Elizabeth Nichols, Family Tree, NBC, 1983. Jo Jo White, Buffalo Bill, NBC, 1983-84. Laraine Bristol, Dudley (also known as Modern Times), CBS, 1993. Eleanor "Ellie" Mayfield, Hotel Malibu, CBS, 1994. Voice of Maggie Sawyer, Superman (animated), 1996. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Marilee Gray, Hollywood Wives, ABC, 1985. Ann Heath, Grass Roots, NBC, 1992.

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Judge Carolyn Walker, "He Ain't Guilty, He's My Brother," LA. Law, NBC, 1994. Willie Greenwood, "Roadkill," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1994. Storytime, PBS, 1994. Judge Carolyn Walker, "Whistle Stop," LA. Law, NBC, 1994. Liz Charles, Burke's Law, CBS, 1994. Lucy Binder, Ned and Stacey, Fox, 1995. Kate Reilly, Me/rose Place, Fox, 1997. "The Other Woman," The Hunger, Showtime, 1997. Appeared in episodes of Hart to Hart, Lou Grant, and The Love Boat. Television Appearances; Specials: Celebrity Football Classic, NBC, 1979. Claudia Reese, Bar Girls, CBS, 1990. Narrator, Sex, Power, and the Workplace (also known as Sexual Harassment in the Workplace), PBS, 1993. Linda Jurgenson, "Other Mothers," CBS Schoolbreak Specials, CBS, 1993. Host of the special Roger Rabbit and the Secrets of Toontown; also appeared in Battle of the Network Stars, ABC. Other Television Appearances: Appeared in the pilot Second Stage.*

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Television Appearances; Episodic: (Uncredited) Model, "Two Thousand/' Mission: Impossible, CBS, 1972. (Uncredited) Stewardess, "Movie," Mission: Impossible, CBS, 1973. Beverly, "High School Reunion/' Taxi, ABC, 1978. Katherine Demery, Falcon Crest, CBS, 1981. Eve Murphy, Strike Force, ABC, 1981. Stacy, "Hula Angels/' Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1981. Elizabeth Towne, Code Name: Foxfire, 1985. Mona, Drexell's Class (also known as Oh No, Not Drexelll and 5hut Up, Kids), Fox, 1991. Solvang Planey, "The Three Amigos," Northern Exposure, CBS, 1992. "The Lonely One," The Ray Bradbury Theatre, HBO, 1992. Judge Carolyn Walker, "Eli's Gumming," LA. Law, NBC, 1993.

Born November 6, 1960, in Bethesda, MD. Education: Graduated from Yale University. Addresses: Contact—Actors' Equity Association, 165 West 46th St., New York, NY 10036. Career: Actor, singer, and musician. Toured German cities with the band lame, 1995-97; also toured with Bob Mould and Pete Townsend. Member: Actors' Equity Association. Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best featured actor, both 1993, and Grammy Award (with others), best original cast recording, all for The Who's Tommy.

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Stage Appearances: Moon, off-Broadway production, 1983. Malcolm, Macbeth, Ark Theatre Company, New York City, 1983. Arthur Rimbaud, Total Eclipse, Westside Arts Theatre/Downstairs, New York City, 1984. Astolfo, Life Is a Dream, Ark Theatre Company, 1985. Levi-Yitskhok, Green Fields, American Jewish Theatre, New York City, 1985. Crow, The Tooth of Crime, Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT, 1985-86. Romeo, Romeo and Juliet, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Indianapolis, IN, 1985-86. Frank, Abingdon Square, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1987. Blood Sports, New York Theatre Workshop, New York City, 1987. Romeo, Romeo and Juliet, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1988. Duke of Aumerle, Richard II, Center Theatre Group/ Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1991-92. Tommy, The Who's Tommy (also known as Tommy), La Jolla Playhouse, Lajolla, CA, 1992-93, then St. James Theatre, New York City, 1993-95. Thomas Andrews, Titanic, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1997-98. Narrator, Chess (two benefit concerts), Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, New York City, 1998. Joe's dad, Joe!, Lambs Theatre, New York City, 1998. Tybalt and prince, Romeo and Juliet (reading), New York City, 1998. Bursie, Wild Party, Manhattan Theatre Company, New York City, 1998. Hedwig and Tommy Gnosis, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Jane St. Theatre, New York City, 1998. Also appeared as Claudio, Measure for Measure, Old Globe Theatre; and Bazarov, Nothing Sacred, North light; in El Dorado, South Coast Repertory; The Games, Brooklyn Academy of Music; Puck, Dallas, TX; Eastern Standard, Seattle, WA; The Scottish Play, Brooklyn; Fiddler on the Roof; and My Fair Lady.

Eaglebauer, Rock 'n' Roll High School Forever, LIVE Entertainment, 1990. Paul, A Woman, Her Men, and Her Futon, Overseas Film Group, 1992. Also appeared in Strangers. Television Appearances; Series: Ian War, Fame, syndicated, 1986-87. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Gary Prine, Doubletake (also known as Switch), CBS, 1985. Television Appearances; Specials: Song performer, The 51st Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Back to School," 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1990. Quantum Leap, NBC, 1990. Bobby Krull, "And Bobby Makes Three," Dream On, HBO, 1993. Also appeared in The Equalizer, CBS; and The Tracey Ullman Show, Fox. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Back Stage, April 30, 1993, p. 7.*

CHEADLE, Don

1964PERSONAL

Born in November 29, 1964, in Kansas City, MO; son of a psychologist and teacher; brother of Colin Cheadle (an actor); companion of Bridgid Coulter (an actress). Avocational interests: Writing and performing music, playing the saxophone. Addresses: Contact—Screen Actors Guild, 5757 Wilshire Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90036.

Major Tours: Tommy, The Who's Tommy (also known as Tommy), German cities, 1995-97.

Career: Actor and director. Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, member of the acting company, 198789.

Film Appearances: Mike, Tokyo Pop, Spectrafilm, 1988. Daniel ("Danny"), Steel and Lace, Cinema Home Video, 1990.

Member: Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, and National Society of Film Critics

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Award, both best supporting actor, 1995, Image Award nomination, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, outstanding supporting actor in a motion picture, and Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, outstanding performance by a male actor in a supporting role, both 1996, all for Devil in a Blue Dress; Image Award nomination, outstanding lead actor in a television movie, miniseries or drama special, 1997, for Rebound: The Legend of Earl "The Goat" Manigault; Image Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor in a motion picture, 1998, for Rosewood. CREDITS Film Appearances: Juicy Burgers worker, Moving Violations, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1985. Washburn, Hamburger Hill, Paramount, 1987. Rocket, Colors, Orion, 1988. Happy Days manager, Roadside Prophets, New Line Cinema, 1992. Goldilocks, The Meteor Man, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1993. Rooster, Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead, Miramax, 1995. Mouse, Devil in a Blue Dress (also known as Le diable en robe b/ei/e), Columbia/TriStar, 1995. Buck Swope, Boogie Nights, New Line Cinema, 1997. Sylvester Carrier, Rosewood, Warner Bros., 1997. Emmit Reese, Volcano, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Wings against the Wind, 1998. L. D., Bulworth, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Maurice "Snoopy" Miller, Out of Sight, Universal,

"Promised Land," China Beach, ABC, 1988. "Warriors," China Beach, ABC, 1989. Ice Trey, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, NBC, 1990. Bennie, Hangin' with Mr. Cooper, ABC, 1993.

Television Appearances; Specials: Jackie Lee, Punk (also known as Alive TV), PBS, 1989. Derrick Brantly and song performer, In the House (also known as Homeboy), 1991.

Stage Appearances: Arviragus, Cymebeline, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public/Newman Theater, New York City, 1989. Also appeared in productions of Blood Knot, Bodies, Rest and Motion, The Dining Room, The Grapes of Wrath, Leon, Lena and Lenz, Liquid Skin, Oh Hell, Our Town, and T/'s a Pity She's a Whore. WRITINGS

Composer of Theme Music for Television Specials: In the House (also known as Homeboy), 1991. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, October 10,1997, p. 66; June 26, 1998, p. 24. Interview, August, 1997, p. 80. Jet, November 18, 1996, p. 52. People Weekly, August 10, 1998, p. 136.*

1998. Television Appearances; Series: Roland Wilson, The Golden Palace, CBS, 1992-93. District attorney John Littleton, Picket Fences, CBS, 1993-95.

Television Appearances; Movies: Jack, Lush Life, Showtime, 1993. Title role, Rebound: The Legend of Earl "The Goat" Manigault (also known as Angel of Harlem), HBO, 1996. Sammy Davis, Jr., The Rat Pack, HBO, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Henry Lee, "Choices," Fame, syndicated, 1986. Henry Lee, "Losin' It," Fame, syndicated, 1986. "Jung and the Restless," Night Court, NBC, 1987. "Days of Swine and Roses," Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1987.

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PERSONAL Born October 5, 1940, in Jackson Heights, NY; married Judith Leverone. Education: Attended Ithaca College and the Neighborhood Playhouse. Career: Actor. Actors Theatre of Louisville, Louisville, KY, member of company, 1984-85. Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award, 1974, for "Come into the Garden, Maud/' Noel Coward in Two Keys; Daytime Emmy Award, outstanding supporting actor in a daytime drama series, 1992, and Daytime Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor in a daytime drama series, 1993, both for One Life to Live.

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Film Appearances: Pauljanssen, Voices, United Artists, 1979. Male guest, Firepower, Associated Film, 1979. Flightplan, Space Raiders (also known as Star Child), New World, 1983. Shurka, Wizards of the Lost Kingdom, New Horizons, 1985. Space raider, Andy Colby's Incredibly Awesome Adventure (also known as Andy and the Airwave Rangers, Andy Colby's Incredible Adventure, and Andy Colby's Incredible Video Adventure), Concorde Pictures, 1989. Troxartas, Deathstalker III: Deathstalker and the Warriors from Hell (also known as Deathstalker III: The Warriors from Hell), Concorde Pictures, 1989. Wellman, Street Hunter, 21st Century Film Corporation, 1990. First Jeweler, Blood and Wine, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1997. Butterfly Legend, Butterfly, 1999. Television Appearances; Series: Hawk, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, NBC, 197981. Carlo Hesser, One Life to Live, ABC, 1990-92 and 1996-97. Mortimer Bern, One Life to Live, ABC, 1992-93 and 1997. Dante Partou and Joe Young, Loving, ABC, 1993-94. Television Appearances; Movies: Eddie Bronzi, 5*H*E, CBS, 1980. Bill Rossetti, Hellinger's Law, 1981. Evan Brill, Betrayed by Innocence, 1986. Television Appearances; Episodic: Paul Rogan, "The Hero," Cannon, CBS, 1971. Paul Rosenman, "Death Certificate," Harry O, ABC, 1976. Harry Cort, "Too Late for Love," T. ]. Hooker, ABC, 1983. Paul Gavin, "Death Strip," I. /. Hooker, ABC, 1984. "62 Hours of Terror," Hunter, NBC, 1986. Manchester, "Trouble in Eden," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1987. Dimiri Popadopalous, "Appointment in Athens," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1989. Television Appearances; Specials: Soap Opera Digest Awards, 1992.

Stage Appearances: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, off-Broadway production, New York City, 1972. Second guard, Emperor Henry IV, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1973. Felix, "Come into the Garden, Maud," Noel Coward in Two Keys, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 1974. Dame Lorraine, Los Angeles Actors Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1982-83. Harry, Wait until Dark, Coconut Grove Playhouse, Miami, FL, 1986. Hermocrate, The Triumph of Love, Classic Stage Repertory, Classic Stage Company, 1994. Voice, faster Bonnet Competition, Palace Theatre, New York City, 1996. Also appeared in productions of Caesar and Cleopatra, Investigation of the Murder in El Salvador, Sublime Lives, Tamara, and Triumph of Love.*

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PERSONAL Born March 31,1960, in El Paso, TX; father, a former Army officer. Education: Attended North Texas State University. Addresses: Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor, producer, and executive consultant. Has done commercial voiceover work in Texas and nationwide for Miller Lite and Icehouse beer. Worked variously as a busboy, waiter, disc jockey, surfer, carwash attendant, gravel separator, bellman, veterinarian's assistant, road-kill collector, and copywriter. CREDITS Film Appearances: Billy Clanton, Tombstone, Buena Vista, 1993. Roach, Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight (also known as Demon Keeper), Universal, 1995. Don, One Night Stand, New Line Cinema, 1997. Lyle Van de Groot, George of the Jungle, Buena Vista, 1997. Larry, Free Money, Malofilm, 1998. Dr. Chris Stillman, Susan's Plan, Kushner-Locke, 1998.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 The Strobe, The Specials, Mindfire Entertainment, 1999. Also appeared in Stolen Moments. Film Work: Executive producer, Scotch and Milk, 1997. Television Appearances; Series: Lowell Mather, Wings, NBC, 1990-95. Ned Dorsey, Ned and Stacey, Fox, 1995-96. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Someone Stole Lucille/' Booker, Fox, 1989. "Cementhead," Booker, Fox, 1989. "Eternal Flame/' 21 jump Street, Fox, 1989. Gordie Brown, "Death Takes a Holiday on Ice/' Cheers, NBC, 1989. "China Men/' China Beach, ABC, 1989. Jonathon Rasch, "Lovers and Other Strangers," Flying Blind, Fox, 1992. Jonathon Rasch, "Pilot," Flying Blind, Fox, 1992. Ned, "City Hall," Partners, Fox, 1995. The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 1995. Television Appearances; Movies: Nelson Hareem, Fugitive Nights: Danger in the Desert, NBC, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: Fox Fall Preview Party, Fox, 1995. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Dean Koontz's Mr. Murder, ABC, 1998. Other Television Appearances: Also appeared in the pilot Protect and Surf. Television Work: Executive consultant, Ned and Stacey, Fox, 1996. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, December 2, 1996, p. 92. Texas Monthly, December 1995, p. 62.*

CLEMENTS, Ronald 1953PERSONAL Full name, Ronald Francis Clements; born April 25, 1953, in Sioux City, IA; son of Joseph and Gertrude

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(Gereau) Clements; married Tamara Lee Glumace, February 25, 1989; children: Marc Wilhite. Education: Graduated from Hcelan High School in Sioux City, IA. Avocational interests: Reading, horseback riding, skiing. Addresses: Off/ce-c/o Walt Disney'Productions, 500 South Buena Vista St., Burbank, CA 91521-0001. Career: Animation director, writer, and producer. KCAU-SiouxCity, IA, artist, 1969-73; Hanna Barbera Productions, North Hollywood, CA, animation assistant, 1973-74; Walt Disney Productions, Burbank, CA, animation assistant, 1974-76, animator, 197684, writer and director, 1984-90; Walt Disney Productions, Glendale, CA, writer, director, and producer, 1990—. Member: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Awards, Honors: Los Angeles Film Critics Award (with John Musker), best animation, 1989, for The Little Mermaid; (all with John Musker) Los Angeles Film Critics Award, best animation, International Animated Film Society Award, individual achievement, Golden Globe Award nomination, best picture, all 1992, for Aladdin; Annie Award nominations, best individual achievement: directing in a feature production (with John Musker), and best individual achievement: producing in a feature production (with Alice Dewey and John Musker), both 1997, for Hercules. CREDITS Film Work: Character animator, The Rescuers (animated), Buena Vista, 1977. Character animator, Pete's Dragon (animated), Buena Vista, 1977. Supervising animator, The Fox and the Hound (animated), Buena Vista, 1981. Director, The Great Mouse Detective (also known as The Adventures of the Great Mouse Detective and Basil—The Great Mouse Detective; animated), Buena Vista, 1986. Director (with John Musker), The Little Mermaid (animated), Buena Vista, 1989. Director and producer (with John Musker), Aladdin (animated), Buena Vista, 1992. Director and producer (with John Musker and Alice Dewey), Hercules (animated), Buena Vista, 1997.

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Screenplays, Unless Otherwise Noted: Story contributor, The Black Cauldron (animated), Buena Vista, 1985. The Great Mouse Detective (also known as The Adventures of the Great Mouse Detective and Basil—The Great Mouse Detective; animated), Buena Vista, 1986. (With John Musker) The Little Mermaid (animated), Buena Vista, 1989. (With John Musker, Ted Elliot, and Terry Rossio) Aladdin (animated), Buena Vista, 1992. (With John Musker, Bob Shaw, and Don Meenery) Hercules (animated), Buena Vista, 1997.

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Born May 20, 1966, in Los Angeles, CA. Addresses: Contact—Epstein-Wyckoff & Associates, 280 South Beverly Dr., Suite 400, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. Hosted a radio talk show in Phoenix, AZ.

Television Appearances; Specials: Red Team Member, £att/e of the Video Carries, syndicated, 1983. Disneyland's 30th Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1985. Andy Williams and the NBC Kids Search for Santa, NBC, 1985. Host, Disneyland's Summer Vacation Party, NBC, 1986.*

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PERSONAL Born December 12, 1970, in New York, NY; daughter of Gerard (a clothing manufacturer) and Eileen (an antiques dealer) Connelly; children: (with David Dougan) one. Education: Attended Yale University and Stanford University; trained with Roy London, Howard Fine, and Harold Guskin. Avocational Interests: Swimming, camping, hiking, Quantum Physics, philosophy, drawing. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actress. Also worked as a model. Appeared in RoyOrbison's"! Drove All Night" video. Recorded the song "Monologue of Love" in Japanese. Appeared in commercials.

CREDITS CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Natalie Green, The Facts of Life, NBC, 1979-89. Maureen "Mo" Tucker, The Second Half, NBC, 1993. Television Appearances; Movies: Natalie Green, The Facts of Life Goes to Paris, NBC, 1982. Geneva, The Boy Who Could Fly, NBC, 1986. Natalie Green, The Facts of Life Down Under, NBC, 1987. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Christmas in Saigon/' 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1987. "Chapel of Love/' 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1988. Bunny Lembeck, "Bottle Baby/' Charles in Charge, syndicated, 1988. Win Lose or Draw, syndicated, 1989. Secretary, "Toby or Not Toby/' Dream On, HBO, 1991. Also appeared as Janie Blakemore, Double Trouble.

Film Appearances: Young Deborah, Once upon a Time in America, Warner Bros., 1984. Jennifer Corvino, Phenomena (also known as Creepers), New Line Cinema, 1984. Herself/Jennifer Corvino, Dario Argento's World of Horror (documentary), World Sales Compas International, 1985. Sarah, Labyrinth, TriStar, 1986. Herself/Sarah, Inside the Labyrinth (documentary), 1986. Natalie Becker, Seven Minutes in Heaven, Warner Bros., 1986. Claire Hamilton, £to/7e (also known as Star), Artisti Associati, 1989. Gabby, Some G/r/5 (also known as Sisters), MetroGoldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1989. Gloria Harper, The Hot Spot, Orion, 1990. Josie McClellan, Career Opportunities, Universal, 1991.

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Morgan Rose, Don't Look Back, HBO, 1996. Justin Thorpe, The Warlord: Battle for the Galaxy (also known as The Osiris Chronicles and My Sister's Lost in Space), UPN, 1998.

Television Appearances: Presenter, MTV's 1991 Video Music Awards (special), MTV, 1991. Emma Burgess, The Heart of Justice (movie), TNT, 1993.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Louis, "Angel," The Wonder Years, ABC, 1988.

Also appeared in the British series Roald Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, April 21, 1997, p. 25. Seventeen, September, 1990, p. 168.*

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Tim Hennis, Innocent Victims, ABC, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: Narrator, Web of Life: Exploring Biodiversity, PBS, 1995.

Film Appearances: Big Augie, Flight of the Intruder, Paramount, 1990. Barnes, Tombstone, Buena Vista, 1993. Gary, Wedding Bell Blues, BMG Independents/Curb Entertainment, 1996. Norman Calder, Volcano, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997.*

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CORBETT, John PERSONAL Born in Wheeling, WV. Addresses: Contact—1327 Brinkley Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90049. Career: Actor. Appeared in television commercials for Isuzu, MCI, and Ford. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a series, 1993, for Northern Exposure.

Born July 23, 1938, in Cloudcroft, NM; son of Bob P. (a carpenter) and Lounette (Rucker) Cox; married Mary Griffith (a writer), September 10, 1960; children: Brian, John. Education: Eastern New Mexico University, B.A., 1963. Career: Actor, producer, and writer. Member: Actors' Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Writers G ui Id of America, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers. CREDITS

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Christopher Danforth "Chris" Stevens, Northern Exposure, CBS, 1990-95. Adam MacArthur, The Visitor, Fox, 1997-98. Television Appearances; Movies: Walker Morrison, The Morrison Murders, USA Network, 1996.

Film Appearances: Drew Ballinger, Deliverance, Warner Bros., 1972. Miles, The Happiness Cage, Cinerama, 1972. Ozark Bule, Bound for Glory, United Artists, 1977. Luke, The Car, Universal, 1977. Commander Samuelson, Gray Lady Down, Universal, 1978. Willis Newton, Harper Valley PTA, April Fools Production, 1978.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Jim Clark, Transplant, CBS, 1979. Major Frank Perrin, When Hell Was in Session, NBC, 1979. Kurt Evans, The Courage of Kavik, the Wolf Dog, NBC, 1980. Sid Pachanski, The Last Song, CBS, 1980. Mike Sylvester, Fugitive Family, CBS, 1980. Bernard Coy, Alcatraz: The Whole Shocking Story, NBC, 1980. Frank Dawson, Fallen Angel, CBS, 1981. Ted Hahn, Two of A Kind, CBS, 1982. Coach Larry Snyder, The Jesse Owens Story, syndicated, 1984. Dan Leone, Reckless Disregard, Showtime, 1985. BobSwenson, The Abduction of Kari Swenson, NBC, 1987. Dr. Kenderly, Baby Girl Scott, CBS, 1987. George Baker, Scandal in a Small Town (also known as The Education of Leda Beth Vincent), NBC, 1988. Ben Grogan, In the Line of Duty: The FBI Murders (also known as Bloody Friday and The FBI Murders), NBC, 1988. Charlie Ward, The Comeback, CBS, 1989. Matthew Farrell, When We Were Young, NBC, 1989. McLaughlin, With Murder in Mind (also known as With Savage Intent), CBS, 1992. Max Parrish, Perry Mason: The Case of the Heartbroken Bride (also known as Perry Mason: The Case of the Bad Blood Wedding), NBC, 1992. Grant, A Part of the Family, Lifetime, 1994. Mike Davis, Never Give Up: The ]immy V Story (also known as The Jim Valvano Story), CBS, 1996. Coach Scarpelli, Rebound: The Legend of Earl "The Goat" Manigault (also known as Angel of Harlem and Rebound), HBO, 1996. Warren Carlson, Childhood Sweetheart?, CBS, 1997.

Also appeared in Past Midnight. Film Work; Producer: (With Robert Rosen) Raw Courage (also known as Courage), New World, 1984. Television Appearances; Movies: Everett Hutchneker, The Connection, ABC, 1973. Signal man, Pueblo, 1973. David Harrod, A Case of Rape, NBC, 1974. Sergeant Finis Brown, Who Is the Black Dahlia?, NBC, 1975. Dr. Paul Hanley, Corey: for the People, NBC, 1977. Dr. Teague Summer, The Cirl Called Hatter Fox, CBS, 1977. Cal MacCracken, Lovey: A Circle of Children, Part II, CBS, 1978.

Television Appearances; Series: George Apple, Apple's Way, CBS, 1974-75. George Winger, Spencer, NBC, 1984-85. Dr. John Gideon, St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1987-88. Chief of Police Roger Kendrick, Cop Rock, ABC, 1990. George Cook, Second Chances, CBS, 1993-94. James Lee Delacroy, Sweet Justice, 1994. Voice of Senator Scott McMillan/Billy Kincaid, Todd McFarlane's Spawn (also known as Spawn), HBO, 1997. Television Appearances; Miniseries: William Rieker, Favorite Son (also known as Target: Favorite Son), NBC, 1988. Lee Atwood, From the Earth to the Moon, HBO, 1998.

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Stage Appearances: Bruz, King KoKo, produced in Portales, NM, 1951. Jesse James, Indians, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1969. Miles, The Happiness Cage, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, then Delacorte Theatre, New York City, 1970. Major Tours: Toured as Johnny Buccannon, Summer and Smoke, in summer tour ending in the Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles. WRITINGS Screenplays: (With wife, Mary Cox) Raw Courage (also known as Courage), New World, 1984.*

CRICHTON, Michael 1942(Jeffery Hudson, John Lange, pseudonyms; Michael Douglas, a joint pseudonym) PERSONAL Full name, John Michael Crichton; born October 23, 1942, in Chicago, IL; son of John Henderson (a corporation president) and Zula (Miller) Crichton; married Joan Radam, January 1, 1965 (divorced, 1970); married Kathy St. Johns, 1978 (divorced, 1980); married Suzanne Childs (divorced); married Anne-Marie Martin (a writer), 1987; children: (fourth marriage) Taylor (daughter). Education: Harvard University, A.B. (summa cum laude), 1964, M.D., 1969; postdoctoral fellow, Salk Institute for Biological Studies 1969-70. Addresses: /Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. ContactJenkins Financial Services, 433 North Camden Dr., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 90210-4443. Career: Novelist, screenwriter and film director. Cambridge University, visiting lecturer, c. 1965; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, visiting writer, 1988; Harvard University, member of board of overseers. Member: Directors Guild of America, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Authors Guild, Authors League of America, PEN, Producers Guild, Writers Guild of America (West), Aesculaepian Society, Phi Beta Kappa.

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Awards, Honors: Edgar Allan Poe Award, Mystery Writers of America, 1968, for A Case of Need; Writer of the Year Award, Association of American Medical Writers, 1970, for Five Patients: The Hospital Explained; Edgar Allan Poe Award, 1979, for film The Great Train Robbery; Academy Award, technical achievement, 1995, for pioneering computerized motion picture budgeting and scheduling; Emmy Award nominations (with others), outstanding drama series, 1995 and 1998, and Emmy Award (with others), outstanding drama series, 1996, all for ER; Life Career Award, Academy of Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy Films, 1998.

Coma (based on the novel of the same title by Robin Cook), United Artists, 1977. The Great Train Robbery, United Artists, 1978. Looker, Warner Bros., 1981. Runaway, TriStar, 1984. (With David Koepp) Jurassic Park (based on Crichton's novel), Universal, 1993. (With Michael Backes and Philip Kaufman) Rising Sun (based on Crichton's novel), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993. Disclosure (based on Crichton's novel), Warner Bros., 1994. Congo (based on Crichton's novel), Paramount, 1995. Twister, Warner Bros., 1996.

CREDITS Film Director: Westworld, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1973. Coma, United Artists, 1978. The Great Train Robbery, United Artists, 1979. Looker, Warner Bros., 1981. Runaway, TriStar, 1984. Physical Evidence, Columbia, 1989. The 13th Warrior (also known as Eaters of the Dead), Buena Vista, 1999. Film Producer: Co-producer, Disclosure, Warner Bros., 1994. Twister, Warner Bros., 1996. Sphere, Warner Bros., 1998. The 13th Warrior (also known as Eaters of the Dead), Buena Vista, 1999. Television Work: Director, Pursuit (movie; adaptation of author's novel Binary), ABC, 1972. Creator and executive producer, ER (series), NBC, 1994—. Television Appearances; Specials: Interviewee, Barbara Walters Presents "The 10 Most Fascinating People of 1996," ABC, 1996. Presenter, The 53rd Annual Golden Globe Awards, 1996. Television Appearances; Episodic: Narrator, "The Real Jurassic Park/' Nova, PBS, 1993. WRITINGS Screenplays: Extreme Close-Up, National General, 1973. Westworld, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1973, published by Bantam (New York City), 1974.

Television Scripts: ER(pilot), NBC, 1994. Novels: (Under pseudonym Jeffery Hudson) A Case of Need, New American Library (New York City), 1968. The Andromeda Strain, Knopf (New York City), 1969. (With Douglas Crichton, under joint pseudonym Michael Douglas) Dealing: or, The Berkeley-toBoston Forty-Brick Lost-Bag Blues, Knopf, 1971. The Terminal Man, Knopf, 1972. The Great Train Robbery, Knopf, 1975. Eaters of the Dead: The Manuscript of Ibn Fadlan Relating His Experiences with the Northmen in AD. 922, Knopf, 1976. Congo, Knopf, 1980. Sphere, Knopf, 1987. Jurassic Park, Knopf, 1990. Rising Sun, Knopf, 1992. Disclosure, Knopf, 1994. The Lost World, Knopf, 1995. Airframe, Knopf, 1996. Mystery Novels; Under Pseudonym John Lange: Odds On, New American Library, 1966. Scratch One, New American Library, 1967. Easy Go, New American Library, 1968, published as The Last Tomb, Bantam, 1974. Zero Cool, New American Library, 1969. The Venom Business, New American Library, 1969. Drug of Choice, New American Library, 1970. Crave Descend, New American Library, 1970. Binary, New American Library, 1971. Nonfiction: Five Patients: The Hospital Explained, Knopf, 1970. Jasper Johns, Abrams (New York City), 1977.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Electronic Life: How to Think about Computers, Knopf, 1983. Travels, Knopf, 1988. Contributor to magazines, including Wired. Adaptations: The Andromeda Strain was filmed by Universal in 1971; The Terminal Man was filmed by Warner Bros, in 1974; the novel A Case of Need was adapted as the film The Carey Treatment and released in 1972; The Lost World was released on film as The Lost World-Jurassic Park, Universal, 1997; Sphere was adapted for the screen and released by Warner Bros, in 1998; Eaters of the Dead was adapted by Buena Vista as The /3th Warrior in 1999. OTHER SOURCES Books: Crichton, Michael, Travels, Knopf, 1988. Periodicals: PC Magazine, May 27, 1997, p. 30. Time, January 10, 1994, p. 52; September 25, 1995, p. 60. Electronic: The Official Site of Michael Crichton, http:// www.crichton-official.com.*

CRONENWETH, Jordan 1935-1996 (Jordan S. Cronenweth) PERSONAL Born February 20, 1935, in Los Angeles, CA; died of Parkinson's disease, November 29, 1996, in Los Angeles, CA. Career: Cinematographer, camera operator, photographer, and actor. Also billed as Jordan S. Cronenweth. Awards, Honors: Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, best cinematography, 1982, for Blade Runner; Academy Award nomination, best cinematography, 1987, for Peggy Sue Cot Married.

CRONENWETH • 111 Camera operator, In Cold Blood, Columbia, 1967. Camera operator, Hell in the Pacific, Cinerama, 1968. (With Joseph Brun, Harry Sundby, and Conrad Hall) Truman Capote's Trilogy (consists of "Miriam," "Among the Paths to Eden/' and "A Christmas Memory"), Allied Artists, 1969. Second unit photographer, The Liberation of L. B. Jones, Columbia, 1970. Brewster McCloud, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1970. The Touch of Satan (also known as Curse of Melissa, Night of the Demon, and The Touch of Melissa), Dundee, 1971. Play It As It Lays, Universal, 1972. Count Your Bullets (also known as Apache Massacre, Cry for Me, Billy, Face to the Wind, and The Long Tomorrow), Brut, 1972. Zandy's Bride (also known as For Better, For Worse), Warner Bros., 1974. The Front Page, Universal, 1974. The Nickel Ride, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1975. Gable and Lombard, Universal, 1976. Rolling Thunder, American International, 1977. Handle with Care (also known as Citizens Band and The Great American Citizens Band), Paramount, 1977. Altered States, Warner Bros., 1980. Cutter's Way (also known as Cutter and Bone), United Artists, 1981. Best Friends, Warner Bros., 1982. Blade Runner, ColumbiaATriStar, 1982. 5top Making Sense (documentary), 1984. Peggy Sue Cot Married, TriStar, 1986. Just between Friends, Orion, 1986. Gardens of Stone, TriStar, 1987. U2: Rattle and Hum, Paramount, 1988. State of Grace, Orion, 1990. Get Back, Seven Arts, 1991. Final Analysis, Warner Bros., 1992. Film Appearances: Will Williams, Carbine Williams, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1952. Television Work; Cinematographer; Movies: Bird of Prey, 1973. One in a Million: The Ron LeFlore Story, 1978. Transplant, 1979. And I Alone Survived, 1979.

CREDITS Film Work; Cinematographer, Unless Otherwise Noted: Camera operator, Harper (also known as The Moving Target), Warner Bros., 1966.

Television Work; Cinematographer; Specials: (With Joseph Brun, Harry Sundby, and Conrad Hall) A Christmas Memory (originally released as one segment of the theatrical film Truman Capote's Trilogy), 1969.*

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 WRITINGS

CRONENWETH, Jordan S. See CRONENWETH, Jordan

GROSSMAN, Melville SeeZANUCK, DarrylF.

CROWE, Cameron 1957PERSONAL Born July 13, 1957, in Palm Springs, CA; father, a real estate agent; mother, Alice Marie Crowe (a teacher); married Nancy Wilson (a musician), 1986; children: one. Education: Attended California State University, San Diego.

Screenplays: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (based on Crowe's book), Universal, 1982. The Wild Life, Universal, 1984. Say Anything, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1989. Singles, Warner Bros., 1991. Jerry Maguire, TriStar, 1996. Other: Fast Times at Ridgemont High: A True Story, Simon & Schuster (New York City), 1981. (Album notes) Bob Dylan, Biograph (recording), Columbia, 1986. Also author of album notes for Led Zeppelin's boxed set, 1990. Contributor to magazines, including Circus and Creem. OTHER SOURCES

Addresses: Contact—c/o Columbia TriStar, 10202 West Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232. Career: Writer, director and producer. Rolling Stone, reporter, 1973-77, freelance writer, 1977—. Awards, Honors: Grammy Award nomination, best album notes, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 1986, for Bob Dylan's Biograph; Academy Award nomination, best screenplay, and Writers Guild of America Award nomination, best screenplay written directly for the screen, both 1997, for Jerry Maguire. CREDITS Film Work: Producer (with Art Linson), The Wild Life, Universal, 1984. Director, Say Anything, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1989. Producer (with Richard Hashimoto) and director, Singles, Warner Bros., 1991. Producer and director, Jerry Maguire, TriStar, 1996. Film Appearances: Delivery boy, American Hot Wax, Paramount, 1978. Club interviewer, Singles, Warner Bros., 1992. Television Work: Creative consultant, Fast Times (series), CBS, 1986. Television Appearances: Naked Hollywood, Arts and Entertainment, 1991.

Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, January 17, 1997, p. 62; May 30, 1997, p. 76.*

CURTIS, Jamie Lee 1958PERSONAL Born November 22,1958, in Los Angeles, CA; daughter of Tony (an actor) and Janet (an actress; professional name, Janet Leigh) Curtis; married Christopher Guest (an actor, director, and writer), December 18, 1984; children: Annie, Tom. Education: Attended University of the Pacific, 1977. Avocational interests: Photography. Addresses: /Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: British Academy Award, best actress in a supporting role in a film, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1984, for Trading Places; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a motion picture—comedy or musical, 1989, for A Fish Called Wanda; Golden Globe Award, best actress in a comedy series, and People's Choice Award, best female performer in a new television program, both 1990, for Anything but Love;

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Golden Globe Award, best actress in a musical or comedy film, and Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, outstanding performance by a female actor in a supporting role, both 1995, for True Lies; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding lead actress in a miniseries or movie, 1998, for Nicholas' Gift; received star on Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1998.

CURTIS • 113 Television Appearances; Movies: Title role, Death of a Centerfold: The Dorothy Stratten Story, NBC, 1981. Michelle Jamison, Money on the Side, ABC, 1982. Whitsey Loftin, As Summers Die, HBO, 1986. Heidi Holland, "The Heidi Chronicles," TNTScreenworks,TNT, 1995. Maggie Green, Nicholas' Gift, CBS, 1998.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Laurie Strode, Halloween, Universal, 1978. Elizabeth Solley, The Fog, Avco-Embassy, 1980. Kim, Prom Night, Avco-Embassy, 1980. Alana, Terror Train, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980. Pamela Rushworth, Road Games, Avco-Embassy, 1981. Laurie Strode, Halloween II, Universal, 1981. Anna Winter, Love Letters, New World, 1982. Ophelia, Trading Places, Paramount, 1983. Dr. Sandra Banzai, The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai: Across the Eighth Dimension, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984. Michelle "Mike" Cody, Crandview, U.S.A., Warner Bros., 1984. Jessica Wilson, Perfect, Columbia, 1984. Lynn Taylor, Amazing Grace and Chuck, TriStar, 1987. Susan Elliot, A Man in Love (also known as Un Homme Amoureux), Gaumont, 1987. Jennifer Reston, Dominick and Eugene, Orion, 1988. Wanda Gerschwitz, A Fish Called Wanda, Metro Goldwyn Mayer/United Artists, 1988. Megan Turner, Blue Steel, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1990. Shelly DeVoto, My Girl, Columbia, 1991. Grace, Queens Logic, Seven Arts Pictures, 1991. Claire, Forever Young, Warner Bros., 1992. Shelly Sultenfuss, My Girl 2, Columbia, 1994. Jude, Mother's Boys, Miramax, 1994. Helen Tasker, True Lies, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994. Janet Beindorf, House Arrest, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1996. Willa Weston, Fierce Creatures, Universal, 1997. (Cameo) Sierra Kahan, Homegrown, TriStar/Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1998. Laurie Strode/Keri Tate, Halloween: H2O (also known as Halloween H2O: Twenty Years Later), Miramax, 1998. Kelly "Kit" Foster, Virus, Universal, 1999. Television Appearances; Series: Lieutenant Barbara Duran, Operation Petticoat, ABC, 1977-78. Hannah Miller, Anything but Love, ABC, 1989-92.

Television Appearances; Specials: Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1979. The Celebrity Football Classic, NBC, 1979. The All-Star Salute to Mother's Day, NBC, 1981. Superstars and Their Moms, TBS, 1989. ABC's Comedy Sneak Peek, ABC, 1989. "To Be Free: The National Literacy Honors from the White House," Bell Atlantic Showcase, ABC, 1990. Starathon '90 (also known as Starathon '90 Weekend with the Stars for Cerebral Palsy), syndicated, 1990. Flix Special Edition, VH1, 1990. Stories from Crowing Up, Nickelodeon, 1991. Living in America, VH1, 1991. A Spinal Tap Reunion, NBC, 1992. Host, The Making of "True Lies/ Fox, 1994. The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful (also known as Popcorn Venus), TBS, 1996. "Jamie Lee Curtis," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Host, Ladies' Home Journal's Most Fascinating Women of'96, CBS, 1996. Interviewee, Macaulay Culkin: A Child's Rise/A Family's Fall: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 1997. Television Appearances; Pilots: Lieutenant Barbara Duran, Operation Petticoat, ABC, 1977. Private Rita Jennings, She's in the Army Now, ABC, 1981. Rachel Bartlett, Callahan, ABC, 1982. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Visitors in Paradise," Quincy, M.E., NBC, 1977. "Mystery of the Fal len Angels," Nancy Drew Mysteries, ABC, 1977. Linda Frey, "Winning Is for Losers," Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1978. Jen Burton, "Unchained Woman," Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, NBC, 1979. "Locked Away," The Love Boat, ABC, 1979. Host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1984.

114 •CURTIS Title role, "Annie Oakley/' Shelly Duvall's Tall Tales and Legends, Showtime, 1985. "The Story of Hollywood/' Talking Pictures, TNT, 1988. Sesame Street, PBS, 1988. Storytime, PBS, 1994. Soux, "Playing a Unified Field/' The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1996. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Host, The 43rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Fox, 1991. Presenter, The 67th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1995. Presenter, The 17th Annual CableACEAwards, 1995. The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 1996. Presenter, The 53rd Annual Golden Globe Awards, 1996. Presenter, The 1998 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 1998. Appeared as a presenter on Emmy Awards presentations, 1989 and 1990, and Academy Awards presentations.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 WRITINGS When / Was Little: A Four-Year-Old's Memoir of Her Youth, illustrated by Laura Cornell, HarperCollins (New York City), 1993. Tell Me Again about the Night I Was Bom, illustrated by Cornell, HarperCollins, 1995. Today I Feel Silly and Other Moods That Make My Day, HarperCollins, 1998. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, March 18, 1994, p. 66; August 14, 1998, p. 28. Good Housekeeping, November, 1996, p. 28. Interview, August, 1989, p. 66. People Weekly, March 11, 1991, p. 75; November 16, 1998, p. 11. Redbook, October, 1996, p. 88; April, 1997, p. 104; April, 1998, p. 82. TV Guide, October 21, 1989, p. 4.*

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DAVIS, Donald

1928-1998

OBITUARY NOT/CE-See index for CTFT sketch: Born Donald George Davis, February 26, 1928, in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada; died of lung disease, January 23, 1998, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Actor, director, and producer. Donald took on various challenging roles in his long stage career. He was just at home in a classic Shakespeare drama or a modern Samuel Beckett play. Educated at St. Andrew's College and the University of Toronto, Davis made his debut as Sir Toby Belch in Twelfth Night at Toronto's Hart House Theater in 1937. He acted in England for a few years then, with brother Murray Davis, founded the Crest Theater in Toronto. In the mid-1950s he acted with the Stratford Shakespearian Festival Company, appearing in Hamlet, Measure for Measure, Oedipus Rex, Julius Caesar, Henry V, and The Merry Wives of Windsor. Davis made his London debut in 1957 playing Angus McBane in The Class Cage and his Broadway debut in 1956 playing Agydas in Tamburlain the Great. In 1960, he landed the title role in Beckett's Krapp's Last Tape, for which he won an Obie Award.

as The Glass Cage (1957), Deathwatch (1961-62), Toy for the Clowns (1962), The Imaginary Invalid (1967), The Royal Family (1972), and Laura and French Without Tears (1948-55). He also squeezed in some television appearances on The Defenders (1962, 63 and 65), The Nurses (1962), The Doctors and the Nurses (1964), and Mission Impossible (1966). He appeared in the films Oedipus Rex (1957), Joy in the Morning (1965), /Agency (1981) and Samuel /_ount(1986). OBITUARIES AND OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Los Angeles Times, January 30, 1998, p. A27. New York Times, January 28, 1998, p. D24.

DEAN, Erica See BURSTYN, Ellen

DENCH, Judi His other stage appearances include /Antony and Cleopatra (1960), Macbeth (1961), As You Like It (1961), Creditors (1962), Bec/cet(1962), Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1962), Photo Finish (1963), The Ballad of the Sad Cafe (1965), An Evening's Frost (1965), Brother to Dragons (1965), Hay Fever (1965), Elizabeth the Queen (1966), The 8/rcfs (1966), The Ente/ta/ner (1968), The American Dream (1968), The Zoo Story (1968), The Lion in Winter (1968), The Merchant of Venice (1970), The Sorrows of Frederick (1971), Mourning Becomes Electra (1972), Lear (1973), The Dybbuk (1974), Play and Other Plays (1977-78), Old World (1980) and Ohio Impromptu (1983). Besides acting, Davis also directed plays such

1934PERSONAL

Full name, Judith Olivia Dench; born December 9, 1934, in York, England; daughter of Reginald Arthur and Eleanora Olave (Jones) Dench; married Michael Williams (an actor) February 5, 1971; children: Tara Cressida Frances Williams (also known as Finty Williams; an actress). Education: Attended the Mount School, York, England; trained for the stage at the Central School of Speech Training and Dramatic Art. Religion: Religious Society of Friends. Avocational interests: Painting, drawing, sewing, swimming, catching up with letters.

116 •DENCH Addresses: Agent—Julian Belfrage Associates, 60 St. James St., London SW1, England. Career: Actress. Old Vic Company, London, England, member of the company, 1957-61. Awards, Honors: Paladino d'Argentino Award, Venice Festival, 1961, for Romeo and Juliet; British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, most outstanding newcomer to film, 1965, for Four in the Morning; British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, best television actress, and Guild of Directors Award, best actress, both 1967, for Talking to a Stranger; Variety London Critics Award, best actress, 1967, for The Promise; Laurence Olivier Award, Society of West End Theatre, actress of the year, 1977, for Macbeth; Doctor of Letters, Warwick University, 1978, and York University, 1983; named to the Order of the British Empire, 1980; Laurence Olivier Award, actress of the year, 1980, New Standard Drama Award, best actress, 1980, Plays and Players Award, best actress, and Variety Club Award, actress of the year, all for Juno and the Paycock; British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, best television actress, 1981, for Going Gently; British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, best television actress, 1981, for The Cherry Orchard. British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards, best television actress, 1981, and best light entertainment performance, 1984, both for A Fine Romance; Plays and Players Award and New Standard Drama Award, both best actress, 1983, for The Importance of Being Earnest; Laurence Olivier Award, actress of the year, 1983, and Plays and Players Award, best actress, both for Pack of Lies; New Standard Drama Award, best actress, 1983, for A Kind of Alaska; British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, best actress in a supporting role, 1986, for A Room with a View; Laurence Olivier Award, actress of the year, 1987, and Drama magazine award, both for /Antony and Cleopatra; British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, best actress in a supporting role, 1988, for A Handful of Dust; American Cinema Editors Award, 1988, for Ghosts; named Dame Commander of the British Empire, 1988; Laurence Olivier Award, best actress in a musical, 1996, for A Little Night Music; British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, Golden Globe Award, Golden Satellite Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, and Academy Award nomination, all best actress, 1998, for Mrs. Brown; Academy Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a supporting role, Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture, and National Society of Film Critics Award, best supporting actress, all 1999, for Shakespeare in Love; Gold Medal, Elsie Fogarty Prize, and William Poel Memorial Prize, al I from the Central School of Speech Training and Dramatic Art. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Ophelia, Hamlet, Old Vic Company, Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool, England, 1957, then Old Vic Theatre, London, England, 1957. First fairy, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Old Vic Company, London, England, 1957. Katherine, Henry V, Old Vic Company, Broadway production, 1958. Anne Page, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Old Vic Company, London, England, 1959. Hermia, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Old Vic Company, London, England, 1960. Anya, The Cherry Orchard, Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre, London, England, 1961. Isabella, Measure for Measure, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1962. Titania, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1962. Dorcas Bellboys, A Penny for a Song, Aldwych Theatre, 1962. Lady Macbeth, Macbeth, Nottingham Playhouse, Nottingham, England, 1963. Josefa Lautenay, A Shot in the Dark, Lyric Theatre, London, England, 1963. Irina, Three Sisters, Oxford Playhouse Company, Great Britain, 1964. Anna, The Twelfth Hour, Oxford Playhouse Company, Great Britain, 1964. Dol Common, The Alchemist, Oxford Playhouse Company, Great Britain, 1965. Jeannette, Romeo and Jeanette, Oxford Playhouse Company, Great Britain, 1965. Jacqueline, The Firescreen, Oxford Playhouse Company, Great Britain, 1965. Isabella, Measure for Measure, Nottingham Playhouse, 1965. Amanda, Private Lives, Nottingham Playhouse, 1965. Barbara, The Astrakhan Coat, Nottingham Playhouse, 1966. Title role (also known as Joan of Arc), St. Joan, Nottingham Playhouse, 1966. Lika, The Promise, Oxford Playhouse, Great Britain, 1966.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Sila, The Rules of the Came, Oxford Playhouse, 1966. Lika, The Promise, Fortune Theatre, London, 1967. Sally Bowles, Cabaret, Palace Theatre, London, England, 1968. Bianca, Women Beware Women, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1969. Hermione and Perdita, The Winter's Tale, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1969. Viola, Twelfth Night, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1969. Viola, Twelfth Night, Aldwych Theatre, 1970-71. Hermione and Perdita, The Winter's Tale, Aldwych Theatre, 1970-71. Grace Harkaway, London Assurance, Aldwych Theatre, 1970-71. Barbara Undershaft, Major Barbara, Aldwych Theatre, 1970-71. Portia, The Merchant of Venice, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1971. Viola, Twelfth Night, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1971. Title role, The Duchess of Malfi, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1971. First fieldmouse, a brave stoat, and Mother Rabbit, Toad of Toad Hall, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1971. Grace Harkaway, London Assurance, New Theatre, London, England, 1972. Content to Whisper, Theatre Royal, York, England, 1973. Vilma, The Wolf, Apollo Theatre, then Queen's Theatre, later New London Theatre, all London, England, 1973. Miss Trant, The Good Companions, Her Majesty's Theatre, London, England, 1974. Sophie Fullgarney, The Gay Lord Quex, Albery Theatre, London, England, 1975. Nurse, Too True to Be Good, Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre, then Globe Theatre, London, England, 1975. Beatrice, Much Ado about Nothing, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1976. Lady Macbeth, Macbeth, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1976. Adriana, The Comedy of Errors, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1976. Regan, King Lear, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1976. Adriana, The Comedy of Errors, Aldwych Theatre, 1977-78. Beatrice, Much Ado about Nothing, Aldwych Theatre, 1977-78.

DENCH • 117 Lona Hessel, Pillars of the Community, Aldwych Theatre, 1977-78. Mi I lament, The Way of the World, Aldwych Theatre, 1977-78. Lady Macbeth, Macbeth, Aldwych Theatre, 1977-78. Imogen, Cymbeline, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1979. Juno and the Paycock, 1980-81. Lady Bracknell, The Importance of Being Earnest, Royal National Theatre Company, Lyttleton Theatre, London, England, 1982. Deborah, A Kind of Alaska, 1982. Barbara Jackson, Pack of Lies, Lyric Theatre, 1983. Title role, Mother Courage, Royal Shakespeare Company, Barbican Center Theatre, London, 1984-85. Amy O'Connell, Waste, Royal Shakespeare Company, The Pit, London, 1985, then Lyric Theatre, 1985. Mr. and Mrs. Nobody, Garrick Theatre, London, England, 1987. Cleopatra, /Antony and Cleopatra, Royal National Theatre Company, Olivier Theatre, London, England, 1987-88. Sarah Eldridge, Entertaining Strangers, National Theatre Company, Cottlesloe Theatre, London, England, 1987-88. Visitor, Star Quality, Richmond Theatre, London, England, 1989. Gertrude, Hamlet, National Theatre Company, Olivier Theatre, 1989. Madame Ranyevskaya, The Cherry Orchard, Aldwych Theatre, 1989-90. Bessie Burgess, The Plough and the Stars, Young Vic Theatre, London, England, 1991-92. Louise Rafi, The Sea, Lyttleton Theatre, 1991-92. Coriolanus, 1992. The Oft of Gorgon, 1992-93. The Seagull, 1994. Esme, Amy's View, Royal National Theatre Company, Lyttleton Theatre, 1997. Title role, Filumena, Peter Hall Company, Piccadilly Theatre, London, England, 1998. Appeared as Juliet in Measure for Measure, Maria in Twelfth Night, Phebe in As You Like It, Cynthia in The Double Dealer, Cecily Cardew in The Importance of Being Earnest, Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, and Kate Hardcastle in She Stoops to Conquer, all Old Vic Company, London; also appeared in Going Gently, The Cherry Orchard, and A Little Night Music. Stage Work: Director, Look Back in Anger, Renaissance Theatre Company, Coliseum Theatre, London, Theatre, 1989.

118 •DENCH Director, The Boys from Syracuse, Open Air Theatre, London, England, 1991. Also director of As You Like It, Renaissance Theatre Company, London, England. Major Tours: Lady Macbeth, Macbeth, Nottingham Playhouse, West African cities, 1963. Viola, Twelfth Night, Nottingham Playhouse, West African cities, 1963. Viola, Twelfth Night, Australian cities, 1970, then Japanese cities, 1972. Toured with the Royal Shakespeare Company in Edinburgh, Scotland, 1957-61, as well as in U.S. and Canadian cities in addition to cities in the former Yugoslavia. Film Appearances: Miss Humphries, The Third Secret, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1964. Wife, Four in the Morning, West One Film Producers, 1965. Sally, A Study in Terror (also known as Sherlock Holmes Crosster Fall and Fog), Columbia, 1966. Joanne, He Who Rides a Tiger, Sigma, 1966. Titania, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Eagle, 1969. Katherine, Luther, American Film Theatre, 1974. Laura Davidson, Dead Cert, United Artists, 1974. Narrator, Nela, 1980. Marcia Pilborough, Wetherby, Metro-ColdwynMayer/United Artists, 1985. Narrator, Angelic Conversations, 1985. Miss Eleanor Lavish, A Room with a View, Cinecom, 1986. Nora Doel, 84 Charing Cross Road, Columbia, 1987. Mrs. Beaver, A Handful of Dust, New Line Cinema, 1988. Mistress Quickly, Henry V, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1989. Margaret, Jack and Sarah, Gramercy Pictures, 1994. M, ColdenEye, Metro-GoIdwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1995. A Little Night Music, 1995. Queen Victoria, Mrs. Brown (also known as Her Majesty, Mrs. Brown), Miramax, 1996. Hecuba, Hamlet (also known as William Shakespeare's Hamlet), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1996. M, Tomorrow Never Dies, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1997. Tea with Mussolini (also known as Un te con Mussolini), Universal, 1998.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Queen Elizabeth I, Shakespeare in Love, Miramax, 1998. M, The World Is Not Enough (also known as Bond 19, Bond 2000, Death Waits for No Man, and Fire and Ice), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1999. Television Appearances; Series: Laura, A Fine Romance, London Weekend Television, 1981-84. Jean Pargeter/Jean Hardcastle, As Times Goes By, BBC, 1993. Television Appearances; Movies: Millie Crocker-Harris, The Browning Version, BBC, 1985. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Terry, Talking to a Stranger, BBC-2, 1966. Herself, Playing Shakespeare, London Weekend Television, 1984. Dorrie Edgehill, Mr. and Mrs. Edgehill, [Great Britain], 1985, later broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1988. Television Appearances; Specials: "Luther," Play of the Month, BBC, 1965. Adriana, "The Comedy of Errors/' BBC Television Shakespeare, BBC-2, 1978. Lady Macbeth, "Macbeth/' BBC Television Shakespeare, BBC-2, 1979. Nurse, "Going Gently/' Playhouse, BBC-2, 1981. Mrs. Alving, Ghosts, BBC, 1986. Adriana, The Comedy of Errors (also known as Shakespeare Festival: The Comedy of Errors), Arts and Entertainment, 1990. Television Work: Specials: Director, Look Back in Anger, Bravo, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: An Age of Kings, BBC, 1960. Herself, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, NBC, 1998. Also appeared in Jackanory and The Morecambe and Wise Show, both BBC, and Neighbours, [Australia]. Other Television Appearances: Elizabeth, Days to Come, BBC, 1966. Langrishe, Co Down, [Great Britain], 1978. Hazel Wiles, On Giant's Shoulders, [Great Britain], 1979. On Approval, [Great Britain], 1980. Aunt Sadi Alconleigh, Love in a Cold Climate, 1982.

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OBITUARY NOTICE-See index for CTFT sketch: Born November 1,1915, in Doncaster, England; died of cancer, July 21 (some sources say July 22), 1998, in Amersham, England. Actor and writer. Denison was a well-known British actor whose career, on stage and television as well as in films, spanned nearly sixty years. He completed a bachelor's degree at Oxford University, where he became interested in acting, and went on to study at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art. It was while attending the latter school that Denison met actress Dulcie Gray; the two were married in 1939, and ultimately appeared together in several films throughout their careers, including the 1948 film The Glass Mountain, and 1994's Shadowlands. Denison and Gray also appeared together in several stage productions, such as An Ideal Husband, a 1996 revival in which the two made their Broadway debuts, and Curtain Up, a two-person show produced in early 1998. Denison made many appearances on radio and television, but was best known for his role on Boyd QC, a popular British television series. He served during World War II as a captain in the British Army's Royal Signals and Intelligence Corps, and when he returned from duty he began working in films, following the lead of his wife, who had established herself as a film actress while he was away; Gray helped him secure a role in the 1947 film My Brother Jonathan. Denison, a long-time member and former council member and vice president of the British Actors' Equity Association, was named a Commander of the British Empire in 1983, in recognition of his service and achievements. Denison's written works include The /Actor and His World, which he co-authored with Gray, and two volumes of memoirs, 1973's Overture and Beginners and 1985's Double Act. OBITUARIES AND OTHER SOURCES Books: Who's Who, St. Martin's, 1997. Periodicals: Chicago Tribune, July 25, 1998, section 1, p. 19. Los Angeles Times, July 24, 1998, p. B10. New York Times, July 26, 1998, p. A36. Times (London), July 23, 1998.

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DENSHAM, Pen 1947PERSONAL Born October 14, 1947, In Ruislip, Middlesex, England; immigrated to Canada, c. 1966; moved to Hollywood, CA, 1980; son of Raymond Philip (a lighting camera operator) and Edna Noreen (Benjamin) Densham; married Wendy Savage, May 24, 1975; children: Nevin Philip, Victoria Elizabeth. Education: Attended Bournemouth Art College and Salisbury Art College. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Producer, director, and writer. Has worked with the companies Film House, Moreland and Latchford, and Reason Associates; Trilogy Entertainment Group, founder and partner with Richard Barton Lewis and John Watson, 1986—; Insight Productions, founder. Member: Association of Canadian Television and Radio Artists, Writers Guild of America, Directors Guild of America. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nominations (with John Watson), best live-action short film, 1973, for Life Times Nine, and best documentary short subject, 1980, for Don't Mess with Bill; Queen's Silver Jubilee Medal; received several international awards. CREDITS Film Work: Producer (with John Watson), Life Times Nine (short film), Insight Productions, 1973. Director, If Wishes Were Horses (short film), 1976. Guest director and producer, F.I.S.T., United Artists, 1978. Montage supervisor and creative consultant, Rocky II, United Artists, 1979. Producer (with John Watson), Don't Mess with Bill (documentary short film), 1980. Creative consultant, Nighthawks, Universal, 1981. Creative consultant, Victory, Paramount, 1981. Executive producer, Success Is the Best Revenge, Gaumont, 1984. Director (with John Watson) and producer (with John Watson and Richard Barton Lewis), The Zoo Gang, New World, 1985. Second unit director, Quicksilver, Columbia, 1986.

Director and producer, Winners Take All, Manson, 1987. Producer and director, The Kiss, TriStar, 1988. Producer (with Richard Barton Lewis and John Watson), Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Warner Bros., 1991. Producer (with Richard Barton Lewis and John Watson), Backdraft, Universal, 1991. Producer, The Adventures of a Gnome Named Gnorm (also known as A Gnome Named Gnorm and Upworld), PolyGram Video, 1992. Producer, Blown Away, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1994. Producer, Tank Girl, United Artists, 1995. Producer, Larger Than Life (also known as Large As Life and Nickel and Dime), Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1996. Director and producer, Moll Flanders, Twentieth Century-Fox/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1996. Television Work; Executive Producer, Unless Otherwise Noted; Series: And creator, Space Rangers, CBS, 1993. The Outer Limits, Showtime, 1995. Poltergeist: The Legacy, Showtime, 1996. Fame LA., syndicated, 1997. The Magnificent Seven (also known as The Magnificent Seven: The Series), CBS, 1998. Television Work; Executive Producer; Miniseries: Creature (also known as Peter Benchley's Creature), ABC, 1998. Television Work; Executive Producer, Unless Otherwise Noted; Movies: Lifepod, Fox, 1993. Buffalo Soldiers, TNT, 1997. (With others) "Mr. Headmistress/' The Wonderful World of Disney, ABC, 1998. The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, ABC, 1998. And director, Houdini (also known as Believe and Believe: The Houdini Story), TNT, 1998. Television Work; Executive Producer; Pilots: Taking Liberty, ABC, 1994. WRITINGS Screenplays, Unless Otherwise Noted: If Wishes Were Horses (short film), 1976. (With John Watson) The Zoo Gang, New World, 1985. Winners Take All, Manson, 1987. Lyricist (with John Watson and others), The Kiss, TriStar, 1988.

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(With John Watson) Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Warner Bros., 1991. The Adventures of a Gnome Named Gnorm (also known as A Gnome Named Gnorm and Upworld), PolyGram Video, 1992. Story, Larger Than Life (also known as Large As Life and Nickel and Dime), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1996. Moll Flanders, Twentieth Century-Fox/MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1996.

Some Kind of Wonderful, Paramount, 1987. The Great Outdoors, Universal, 1988. Article 99, Orion, 1992. Getting Even with Dad, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1994. Grumpier Old Men (also known as Grumpy Old Men 2), Warner Bros., 1995. The Odd Couple II (also known as Neil Simon's The Odd Couple II and Ocfcf Couple 2: Travelin' Light), Paramount, 1998.

Teleplays; Series: Story ideas, The Magnificent Seven (also known as The Magnificent Seven: The Series), CBS, 1998.

Television Work; Director; Episodic: "Only Sin Deep," Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1989. "Dead Right" (also known as "The Switch" and "Cutting Cards"), Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1990. Caroline in the City, NBC, 1996.

Teleplays; Movies: Lifepod, Fox, 1993. Teleplays, Unless Otherwise Noted; Pilots: Space Rangers, CBS, 1993. Story, Taking Liberty, ABC, 1994. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Los Angeles Times, December 8, 1992, p. F1. Maclean's, June 10, 1996, p. 60.*

Television Work; Director; Pilots: Melrose Place, Fox, 1992.*

DeVALENTINA, Rudolpho See VALENTINO, Rudolph

DEY, Susan 1952PERSONAL

DEUTCH, Howard PERSONAL Born in New York, NY; son of Murray Deutch (a music publisher); married Lea Thompson (an actress); children: two. Education: Attended Ohio State University. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Director. Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City, theatrical director. Also directed music videos. Member: Directors Guild of America. Awards, Honors: CableACE (Annual Cable Excellence) Award, 1990, for "Dead Right/' Tales from the Crypt. CREDITS Film Work; Director: Pretty in Pink, Paramount, 1986.

Original name, Susan Smith; born December 10, 1952, in Pekin, IL; daughter of Robert (a newspaper editor) and Gail (Dey) Smith; married Leonard Hirshan (an agent), 1976 (divorced, 1981); married Bernard Sofronski, 1988; children: (first marriage) Sarah. Education: Attended Fox Lane High School, Bedford, NY. Addresses: Agent— International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actress and producer. Susan Dey Productions, founder; worked as a professional model, appearing on the covers of Seventeen, American Girl, and Simplicity. Volunteer with Love Is Feeding Everyone (LIFE) and Women Helping Women. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nominations, best supporting actress for television, 1970 and 1973, for The Partridge Family; Emmy Award, outstanding actress in a dramatic series, and Golden Globe Award, best performance by an actress in a dramatic television series, both 1988, for LA. Law.

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Television Appearances; Series: Laurie Partridge, The Partridge Family, ABC, 197074. Voice of Laurie, Goober and the Ghost Chasers (animated), ABC, 1973-75. Voice of Laurie Partridge, Partridge Family: 2200 A.D. (animated), CBS, 1974-75. Jane Benson, Loves Me, Loves Me Not, CBS, 1977. Celia Mallory Warren, Emerald Point, N.A.S., CBS, 1983-84. Grace Van Owen, LA. Law, NBC, 1986-94. Wai I is "Wally" Porter, Love and War (also known as Love Is Hell), CBS, 1992-93. Television Appearances; Movies: Dee Dee Glynn, Terror on the Beach, CBS, 1973. Valerie Smith, Cage without a Key, ABC, 1975. Rowena Harper, Mary Jane Harper Cried Last Night, CBS, 1977. Megan Barrett, The Comeback Kid, ABC, 1980. Jolene Sutton, The Gift of Life, CBS, 1982. Julie Preston, Sunset Limousine, CBS, 1983. Beth, Love Lends the Way, The Disney Channel, 1984. Sister Ann McKeon, Angel in Green, CBS, 1987. Christina Tyson, / Love You Perfect (also known as Love Me Perfect), ABC, 1989. Vickie Daniel, Bed of Lies (also known as Deadly Blessing), ABC, 1992. Christina Kinsey, Love, Lies and Lullabies (also known as For the Good of the Child and Sad Inheritance), ABC, 1993. Roberta "Robby" Deboer, Whose Child Is This? The War for Baby Jessica, ABC, 1993. Joanna Mathews and Emma Doyle, Beyond Betrayal, CBS, 1994. Rebecca Barnes, Deadly Love, Lifetime, 1995. Madeline Armstrong, The Bridge of Time, ABC, 1997. Television Work; Movies: Producer (with others), / Love You Perfect (also known as Love Me Perfect), ABC, 1989. Producer (with others), Love, Lies and Lullabies (also known as For the Good of the Child and Sad Inheritance), ABC, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: Thanksgiving Reunion with the Partridge Family and My Three Sons, ABC, 1977. TV's Censored Bloopers, NBC, 1984. The National AIDS Awareness Test: What Do You Know about Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome?, syndicated, 1987.

Beth Williams, A Place at the Table (also known as The Best Kept Secret, No Child Shall Go Hungry, and A Million Children), NBC, 1988. The L.A. Law 100th Episode Special, NBC, 1991. Mrs. Sellers, "Blue River/' Hallmark Entertainment Presents, Fox, 1995. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 39th Annual Emmy Awards, Fox, 1987. The 40th Annual Emmy Awards, Fox, 1988. MTV 1990 Video Music Awards, MTV, 1990. The 43rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Presentation, Fox, 1991. The 44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Fox, 1992. The American Television Awards, ABC, 1993. Presenter, The Walt Disney Company Presents the American Teacher Awards, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Doorway to Death/' Circle of Fear, NBC, 1972. "A Matter of Survival/' Bom Free, NBC, 1974. "Angel/' The Rookies, ABC, 1975. "Deadly Tide," Parts 1 and 2, S.W.AT., ABC, 1975. "Hit Lady," Hawaii Five-0, CBS, 1975. Susan Bradshaw, "Target? The Lady," Hawaii Five-0, CBS, 1975. Barbara "Barbie" Ross, "The Thrill Killers," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1976. "Die Once, Die Twice," Matt Helm, ABC, 1976. "Falling Star," Petrocelli, NBC, 1976. Good Heavens, ABC, 1976. "The Captive," The Quest, NBC, 1976. "Testament of Power," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1977. "Jennifer's in Jail," Your Family Matters, Lifetime, 1992. Host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, and SNL), NBC, 1992. Also appeared in an episode of Switch, CBS. Television Appearances; Pilots: Laurie Partridge, A Knight in Shining Armor, ABC, 1971. Jo March, Little Women, NBC, 1978. Linda Harvey, Malibu, ABC, 1983. Film Appearances: Elly Brewster, Skyjacked (also known as Sky Terror), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1972. Caroline, First Love, Paramount, 1977. Cindy, Looker, Warner Bros., 1981. May Greer, Echo Park, Atlantic, 1986.

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PERSONAL Born in 1952, in Newark, NJ. Education: Studied architecture at Howard University; graduated from the New York University film school. Addresses: /Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Cinematographer, director, and writer. Filmed surgical procedures for Howard University Medical School; filmed commercials for Nike. Also billed as Ernest R. Dickerson. Member: American Society of Cinematographers. Awards, Honors: New York Film Critics Association Award, best Cinematographer, 1989, for Do the Right Thing. CREDITS Film Work; Cinematographer: joe's Bed-Stuy Barbershop: We Cut Heads, First Run Features, 1980. The Brother from Another Planet, Cinecom, 1984. Desiree, The Movies, 1984. Krush Groove, Warner Bros., 1985. Almacita di desolata, 1985. She's Gotta Have It, Island Pictures, 1986. Enemy Territory, Empire Pictures, 1987. Eddie Murphy Raw, Paramount, 1987. School Daze, Columbia, 1988. Vampires, 1988. The Laser Man, Hong Kong Film Workshop, 1988. Do the Right Thing, Universal, 1989. Ava and Gabriel: Un historia di amor, 1990. Dei by Temptation, Troma, 1990. Mo' Better Blues, Universal, 1990. ]ungle Fever, Universal, 1991. Sex, Drugs, Rock and Roll, Avenue Entertainment, 1991. Cousin Bobby (documentary), Cinevista, 1992. Malcolm X, Warner Bros., 1992.

Film Work; Director: Juice, Paramount, 1992. Surviving the Game, New Line Cinema, 1994. Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight (also known as Demon Keeper and Demon Knight), Universal, 1995. Bulletproof, Universal, 1996. Other Film Work: Camera operator (second unit) Day of the Dead, UFDC, 1985. Film Appearances: Dog 8, She's Gotta Have It, Island Pictures, 1986. Interviewee, Visions of Light: The Art of Cinematography (also known as Visions of Light; documentary), American Film Institute, 1992. Television Work; Movies: Director, Blind Faith, Showtime, 1998. Director, Ambushed, HBO, 1998. Television Work; Specials: Director, "Spike and Co.: Do It A Cappella," Great Performances, PBS, 1990. Cinematographer and segment director, "Great Performances 20th Anniversary Special/' Great Performances, PBS, 1992. Television Work; Episodic: Cinematographer, H.E.L.R (also known as 911), ABC,

1990. Cinematographer, Law and Order, NBC, 1990. Director, The Untouchables, syndicated, 1993. Other Television Work: Directed music videos, including Bruce Springsteen's "Born in the U.S.A./' Patti LaBelle's "Stir It Up/' Miles Davis's "Tutu," and Branford Marsalis's "Royal Garden Blues." WRITINGS Screenplays: Juice, Paramount, 1992. OTHER SOURCES

Periodicals: Also Cinematographer for Sarah.

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DILLEY, Les See DILLEY, Leslie

DILLEY, Leslie (Les Dilley) PERSONAL Born in South Wales; raised in Wembly, Middlesex, England. Education: Willesden Technical College. Addresses: /Agent—The Gersh Agency, 232 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Art director, production designer, and unit director. Also worked as a draftsman, a plasterer, and a supervisor of plasterers. Awards, Honors: Academy Award (with John Barry, Roger Christian, and Norman Reynolds), best art direction, 1978, for Star Wars; Academy Award nomination (with Michael Seymour, Roger Christian, and Ian Whittaker), best art direction, 1980, for Alien; Academy Award nomination (with Harry Lange, Alan Tompkins, Michael Ford, and Norman Reynolds), best art direction, 1981, for The Empire Strikes Back; Academy Award (with Norman Reynolds and Michael Ford), best art direction, 1982, for Raiders of the Lost Ark; Academy Award nomination (with Peter Childs and Anne Kuljian), best production design, 1990, for The Abyss. CREDITS Film Work; Assistant Art Director: Kelly's Heroes, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1970. The Devils, Warner Bros., 1970. The Boy Friend, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1971. Macbeth, Columbia, 1971. Sitting Target, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1972. Scorpio, United Artists, 1973. Jesus Christ, Superstar, Universal, 1973. The Man with the Golden Gun, United Artists, 1974. Lucky Lady, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1975. Film Work; Art Director: Three Musketeers, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1973. The Last Remake of Beau Geste, Universal, 1977. (With John Barry, Roger Christian, and Norman Reynolds) Star Wars (also known as Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1977.

Superman (also known as Superman: The Movie), Warner Bros., 1978. (With Michael Seymour, Roger Christian, and Ian Whittaker) Alien, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. (With Harry Lange, Alan Tompkins, Michael Ford, and Norman Reynolds) The Empire Strikes Back (also known as Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980. An American Werewolf in London (also known as American Werewolf), Universal, 1981. (With Norman Reynolds and Michael Ford) Raiders of the Lost Ark, Paramount, 1981. Star Wars: Special Edition, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. The Empire Strikes Back: Special Edition, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Film Work; Supervising Art Director: (With Philip Harrison, Stephen Grimes, Michael White, and Roy Stannard) Never Say Never Again (also known as Warhead), Warner Bros., 1983. Eureka, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1983. (With Asheton Gordon and Norman Dorme) Legend, Twentieth Century-Fox/Universal, 1985. Film Work; Production Designer, Unless Otherwise Noted: (As Les Dilley) Bad Medicine, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1985. (With Craig Sterns) Invaders from Mars, Cannon, 1986. (With Trevor Williams) Allan Quartermain and the Lost City of Gold, Cannon, 1987. (With Stuart Craig and Betty Block) Stars and Bars, Columbia, 1988. (With Peter Childs and Anne Kuljian) The /Abyss, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1989. (With Robert Goldstein and Henry Shaffer) The Exorcist III: Legion (also known as The Exorcist III and William Peter Blatty's The Exorcist III), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. (With Leslie McDonald) Guilty by Suspicion, Buena Vista, 1991. What about Bob?, Buena Vista, 1991. And second unit director, Honey, I Blew Up the Kid (also known as Big Baby), Buena Vista, 1992. The Distinguished Gentleman, Buena Vista, 1992. And second unit director, Monkey Trouble (also known as Pet), New Line Cinema, 1994. Casper, Universal, 1995. And second unit director, Diabolique, Warner Bros., 1996. The Peacemaker, DreamWorks SKG, 1998. Deep Impact (also known as Impact), Paramount, 1998.

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DOBSON, Kevin 1943(Kevin James Dobson) PERSONAL Full name, Kevin James Dobson; born March 18, 1943, in Jackson Heights, NY; married, 1965; wife's name, Susan; children: three daughters. Education: Attended New York University; studied acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse with Sanford Meisner. Addresses: Manager—K & K Entertainment, 9034 Sunset Blvd., Suite 250, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actor and director. Side Action Productions, Inc., Studio City, CA, president, beginning in 1976. Worked as an engineer for the Long Island Railroad, a firefighter for the Santa Fe Railroad, and as a cab driver, bartender, and waiter. National Salute to Hospitalized Veterans, chairperson emeritus, 1989—. Military service: U.S. Army. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Directors Guild of America. Awards, Honors: Outstanding Young Man in America Award, U.S. Jaycees, 1976; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding performer in children's programming, 1983, for "Help Wanted," CBS Afternoon Playhouse; named outstanding actor, Soap Opera Digest, 1988; honored by U.S. ACTION Agency for volunteer efforts, 1989; National Commanders Public Relations Award, American Legion, 1991; Outstanding Heroes Award, Soap Opera Digest, 1991; Silver Helmet Award, AMVETS. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Detective Bobby Crocker, Kojak, CBS, 1973-78.

Detective Lieutenant Jack Shannon, Shannon, CBS, 1981-82. Patrick "Mack" MacKenzie, Knots Landing, CBS, 1982-93. Fame, Fortune and Romance, ABC, 1986. Detective Leo McCarthy, F/X: The Series, syndicated,

1996-97. Also appeared in The Mod Squad, ABC. Television Work; Series: Director, Young Ramsey, 7 Network, 1977. (As Kevin James Dobson) Director, Five Mile Creek, 7 Network, 1984. Director, Knots Landing, CBS, 1988-90. Coordinating producer, Acapulco H.E.A.T., syndicated, 1993-94. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Pete Lomas, The Immigrants, syndicated, 1978. Patrick "Mack" MacKenzie, Knots Landing: Back to the Cul-de-Sac, CBS, 1997. Television Work; Miniseries: Director, The Thorn Birds: The Missing Years (also known as The Thornbirds), CBS, 1996. Television Appearances; Movies: John Hurley, Transplant, CBS, 1979. Frank Carlin, Orphan Train, CBS, 1979. Sal Pacheco, Hardhat and Legs, 1980. Don Hollander, Reunion, 1980. Hal Painter, Mark, I Love You, CBS, 1980. Colonel Joseph Cheever, Sweet Revenge (also known as Bittersweet Revenge, Code of Honor, and Her Revenge), CBS, 1984. Peter Fin ley, Money, Power Murder (also known as Dead Air), CBS, 1989. Hank Bolen, Casey's Gift: For Love of a Child (also known as In Memory of a Child and Maximum Liability), NBC, 1990. Michael Bradley, Fatal Friendship (also known as Friends and Enemies), NBC, 1991. Suspicions, 1991. Jack Evans, A House of Secrets and Lies (also known as She Loved Too Much), CBS, 1992. Tom, Dirty Work, USA Network, 1992. Chuck Hayes, The Conviction of Kitty Dodds (also known as Conviction: The Kitty Dodds Story), CBS, 1993. Jack Liner, If Someone Had Known (also known as Cindy and Katie), NBC, 1995.

126 • DOBSON Detective Joe Stachula, Crimes of Passion: Voice from the Crave (also known as From the Files of Unsolved Mysteries: Voice from the Crave and Voice from the Crave), NBC, 1996. Lieutenant Jim Ransom, Nobody Lives Forever (also known as Edna Buchanan's Nobody Lives Forever and Crimes of Passion: Edna Buchanan's Nobody Lives Forever), ABC, 1998. Television Work; Director; Movies: (As Kevin James Dobson) Cone to Ground, 1976. The Last Outlaw, 1980.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Presenter, The 18th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, CBS, 1991. Presenter, The 8th Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards, NBC, 1992. Television Appearances; Episodic: Crocker, "It's Always Something" (also known as "Kojak"), The ABC Saturday Mystery, ABC, 1990. Sheriff Ray Green, Burke's Law, CBS, 1994. Frank Botrell, The Commish, ABC, 1994. Coach Earl Rowley, Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1994. Darryl Foster, Early Edition, CBS, 1997.

(As Kevin James Dobson; with John Power) Tanamera: Lion of Singapore, 1989. Casey's Cift: For Love of a Child (also known as In Memory of a Child and Maximum Liability), NBC, 1990. Miracle in the Wilderness, 1991. (As Kevin James Dobson) What She Doesn't Know (also known as Shades of Cray), 1992. (As Kevin James Dobson) Survive the Savage Sea, 1992. Also directed The Dean Case, I Can Jump Puddles, The Les Darcy Story, and Third Generation. Television Appearances; Specials: Battle of the Network Stars I, ABC, 1976. Battle of the Network Stars II, ABC, 1977. 8att/e of the Network Stars III, ABC, 1977. Battle of the Network Stars IV, ABC, 1978. CBS team captain, Battle of the Network Stars XIII, ABC, 1982. Jim Welsh, "Help Wanted/' CBS Afternoon Playhouse, CBS, 1982. Host, The CBS Cotton Bowl Parade, CBS, 1985. New York host, CBS All-American Thanksgiving Parade, CBS, 1988. Host, Are You Safe? A National Test on Crime Prevention, CBS, 1990. Host, The 101st CBS Tournament of Roses Parade, CBS, 1990. Host, The 102nd Tournament of Roses Parade, CBS, 1991. We/come Home, America! A USO Salute to America's Sons and Daughters, ABC, 1991. Starathon '92: A Weekend with the Stars, syndicated, 1992. Super Bloopers and New Practical Jokes, NBC, 1992. Knots Landing Block Party, CBS, 1993. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Host, The 7th Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards, NBC, 1991.

Appeared in episodes of The Doctors, NBC; The Nurses, CBS; The Rookies, ABC; and Heroes of the Bible. Television Work; Director; Episodic: Acapulco H.E.A.T., syndicated, 1993. Television Appearances; Pilots: Rafe Harder, Stranded, CBS, 1976. Mike Hammer, Mickey Spillane's Margin for Murder (also known as Margin for Murder), CBS, 1981. People Do the Craziest Things, ABC, 1984. Detective Leo McCarthy, F/X: The Illusion, syndicated, 1996. Film Appearances: Love Story, Paramount, 1970. Klute, Warner Bros., 1971. The French Connection, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1971. The Anderson Tapes, Columbia, 1971. Bananas, United Artists, 1971. Carnal Knowledge, Avco-Embassy, 1971. Ensign George Gay, Midway (also known as Battle of Midway), Universal, 1976. Bobby Gibbons, All Night Long, Universal, 1981. Film Work: Director, The Mango Tree, Satori, 1977. Director, Squizzy Taylor, Satori, 1982. Producer (with Sara Altshul), Hurricane Smith, Warner Home Video, 1992. Director, Cold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain, Universal, 1995. Stage Appearances: Worked as an understudy for the role of Stanley Kowalski, A Streetcar Named Desire, Los Angeles, CA.

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DOBSON, Kevin James See DOBSON, Kevin

DONALDSON, Sam 1934PERSONAL Full name, Samuel Andrew Donaldson; born March 11, 1934, in El Paso, TX; son of Samuel Andrew (a farmer) and Chloe (a schoolteacher; maiden name, Hampson) Donaldson; married Patricia Gates, 1954 (divorced); married Billy Kay Butler, November 30, 1963 (divorced, 1980); married Janice Claire Smith (a television journalist), April 16,1983; children: (first marriage) Samuel; (second marriage) Jennifer, Thomas, Robert. Education: Texas Western College (now the University of Texas at El Paso), B.A., 1955; attended graduate-level courses at the University of California, Los Angeles, 1955-56. Addresses: Office—ABC News, 1717 DeSales St. NW, Washington, DC 20036. Career: Broadcaster and journalist. Mutual fund salesperson, Dallas, TX, 1959; KRLD-TV, Dallas, TX, general announcer, 1959-60; WTOP-TV, Washington, DC, began as radio and television news reporter, became news anchor, 1961-67; ABC News, Washington, DC, news reporter, 1967-68, Capitol Hill correspondent, 1968-77, White House correspondent, 1977-89, weekend news anchor, beginning in 1979, White House correspondent, 1998—. Military service: U.S. Army, 1956-59; became captain. Member: American Federation of Radio and Television Artists (former president, Washington-Baltimore chapter). Awards, Honors: Emmy Award (with others), outstanding background analysis for a single current story, 1983, for "U.S./U.S.S.R: A Balance of Powers," World News Tonight; Emmy Award nomination (with others), special classification for outstanding program, 1984, for "D-Day," Nightline; Emmy Award nomination (with others), outstanding coverage of a single breaking news story, 1985, for "Hostage Flight TWA-847, Day 3"; Emmy Award nomi-

nation (with others), outstanding coverage of a single breaking news story, 1985, for "The Achille Lauro Aftermath/' Nightline; named "best television White House correspondent in the business/' Washington Journalism Review, 1985; named "best television correspondent in the business/' Washington Journalism Review, 1986, 1987, 1988, and 1989; Emmy Award nomination (with others), outstanding coverage of a single breaking news story, 1987, for "The Challenger Explosion/' World News Tonight; Emmy Award nomination (with others), outstanding background/analysis of a single current story, 1987, for "Inside the Washington Scandal—Secret Moves, Secret Men," 20/20; Emmy Award (with others), outstanding coverage of a single breaking news story, 1988, for "Tower Commission Report," Nightline; inducted into the Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame, 1996; also earned a George Foster Peabody Broadcasting Award. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: ABC Weekend News, ABC, 1979-89. Anchor, ABC World News Sunday, ABC, 1979-89. Correspondent, This Week with David Brinkley, ABC, 1981-96. Host, PrimeTime Live, ABC, 1989—. Anchor, This Week with Sam and Cokie, ABC, 1996-. Correspondent, ABC News Saturday Night, ABC,

1997-98. Television Appearances; Specials: ABC News Closeup on Washington Regulators: How They Cost You Money, ABC, 1975. Texas 750: A Celebration Special, ABC, 1986. Campaign: The Prime-Time President (documentary), PBS, 1988. Reporter, The '88 Vote: Election Night, ABC, 1988. Omnibus, ABC, 1988. Anchor, Lying, Cheating and Stealing in America (documentary; also known as Burning Questions), ABC, 1989. Reporter, Presidential Inauguration, ABC, 1989. News analyst, The '92 Vote: The Democratic Convention, ABC, 1992. Holiday at Pops, Arts and Entertainment, 1994. Panelist, Meet the Media: Is It Unfair to Clinton? Is It Unfair to America?, CNBC, 1994. State of the Union Undressed '94, Comedy Central, 1994. Reporter, The '96 Vote: Election Night, ABC, 1996.

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Analyst, The '96 Vote: The Democratic National Convention, ABC, 1996. Analyst, The '96 Vote: The Republican National Convention, ABC, 1996. A Day with . . ., Lifetime, 1997. Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (A TAS) 13th Annual Hall of Fame, 1998. Television Work; Producer; Specials: ABC News Closeup on Washington Regulators: How They Cost You Money, ABC, 1975. Television Appearances; Episodic: The Presidency and the Constitution, PBS, 1987. The Paula Poundstone Show, ABC, 1993. Appeared in episodes of ABC News Nightline (also known as Nightline), 20/20, and ABC World News Tonight (also known as World News Tonight), all ABC. Film Appearances: Himself, Feed, Original Cinema, 1992. WRITINGS Teleplays; Specials: ABC News Closeup on Washington Regulators: How They Cost You Money, ABC, 1975. Memoirs: Hold On, Mr. President!, Random House (New York City), 1987.*

DONNER, Richard 1939(?)PERSONAL Original name, Richard D. Schwartzberg; born in 1939 (some sources say 1930), in New York, NY; married Lauren Shuler (a producer; known as Lauren Shuler Donner). Addresses: /Agent—Rand Holston, Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Director and producer. Worked as an actor in off-Broadway productions and as a director of commercials, industrial films, and documentary films. Donner/Shuler Donner Productions/Decade, founder (with Lauren Shuler Donner and others).

CREDITS Film Work: Director, X-/5, United Artists, 1961. (As Richard D. Donner) Director, Philbert (Three's a Crowd) (animated short film), Warner Bros., 1963. Director, Salt and Pepper, United Artists, 1968. Director, Lola (also known as Statutory Affair and Twinky), American International Pictures, 1969. Director, The Omen (also known as The Antichrist, Birthmark, Omen I, Omen I: The Antichrist, and Omen I: The Birthmark), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1976. Director, Superman (also known as Superman: The Movie), Warner Bros., 1978. Director, Superman II, Warner Bros., 1980. Executive producer, The Final Conflict, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981. Director, Inside Moves, Associated Film Distributors, 1981. Director and executive producer, The Toy, Columbia, 1982. Director and producer, Ladyhawke, Warner Bros., 1985. Producer (with others) and director, The Coonies, Warner Bros., 1985. Director and producer, Lethal Weapon, Warner Bros., 1987. Executive producer, The Lost Boys, Warner Bros., 1987. Director and producer, Scrooged, Paramount, 1988. Director and producer, Lethal Weapon 2, Warner Bros., 1989. Executive producer, Delirious, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1991. Director and producer (with others), Radio Flyer, Columbia, 1992. Director and producer, Lethal Weapon 3, Warner Bros., 1992. Executive producer, Free Willy, Warner Bros., 1993. Director and producer, Maverick, Warner Bros., 1994. Producer and director, Assassins (also known as Day of Reckoning), Warner Bros., 1995. Executive producer, Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home (also known as free Willy 2), Warner Bros., 1995. Executive producer, Tales from the Crypt Presents Demon Knight (also known as Demon Keeper and Demon Knight), Universal, 1995. Executive producer, Tales from the Crypt Presents: Bordello of Blood (also known as Bordello of Blood), Universal, 1996.

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The FBI, ABC, episodes between 1965 and 1974. It's about Time, CBS, 1966. The Felony Squad, ABC, episodes between 1966 and 1969. Cannon, CBS, 1971. Cade's County, CBS, 1971. The Sixth Sense, ABC, 1972. Ghost Story, NBC, 1972. The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1972. Circle of Fear, NBC, 1973. Kojak, CBS, 1973. The Six Million Dollar Man, ABC, episodes between 1973 and 1974. Sons and Daughters, CBS, 1974. Lucas Tanner, NBC, 1974. Petrocelli, NBC, 1974. Bron/c, CBS, 1975. Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1989. Also directed episodes of The Banana Splits Adventure Hour, NBC; Gilligan's Island, CBS; Have Gun, Will Travel, CBS; and Two-Fisted Tales. Television Appearances; Episodic: Narrator, "Howard Hawks/' Sex and the Silver Screen, Showtime, 1996. Margot Kidder: The El True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 1998. Television Work; Director, Unless Otherwise Noted; Pilots: Nightside, ABC, 1973. Hernandez, Houston P.O., NBC, 1973. Stat/, CBS, 1973. Lucas Tanner, NBC, 1974. Bronk, CBS, 1975. Executive producer, The Omen, NBC, 1995. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Premiere, April, 1992, p. 136.*

D'ONOFRIO, Vincent 1960(?)(Vincent Phillip D'Onofrio) PERSONAL Born June 30, 1960 (some sources say 1959), in Brooklyn, New York, NY; married Greta Scacchi (an actress), 1991 (divorced, 1993); married Carin Van Der Donk (a model), March, 1997; children: (first

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marriage) Leila. Education: Studied acting with the American Stanislavsky Theatre, New York City. Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actor and producer. Also billed as Vincent Phillip D'Onofrio. Awards, Honors: Golden Space Needle Award, Seattle International Film Festival, best actor, 1996, and Lone Star Film and Television Award, best actor, 1998, both for The Whole Wide World; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding guest actor in a drama series, 1998, for Homicide: Life on the Street; Saturn Award, Academy of Science Fiction, Horror, and Fantasy Films, best supporting actor, and Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite supporting actor, science fiction category, both 1998, for Men in Black. CREDITS Film Appearances: Lobotomy, The First Turn-On!, Troma, 1984. Private Leonard Laurence (known as "Comer Pyle"), Full Metal Jacket, Warner Bros., 1987. Dawson, Adventures in Babysitting (also known as A Night on the Town), Buena Vista, 1987. Bill Montijo, Mystic Pizza, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1988. Daryl Monahan, Signs of Life (also known as One for Sorrow, Two for ]oy)f Avenue, 1989. (As Vincent Phillip D'Onofrio) Young Gar, The Blood of Heroes (also known as The Salute of the Jugger), Filmpac, 1990. Cholo, Naked Tango, 1990. Charley Warren, Crooked Hearts, Metro-GoldwynMayer/Pathe, 1991. Gordon, Dying Young, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Sam, Fires Within, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists Home Video, 1991. Bill Newman, JFK, Warner Bros., 1991. Bill Newman, Malcolm X, Warner Bros., 1992. David Kahane, The Player, Fine Line Features, 1992. Gavin McCall, Salt on Our Skin (also known as Desire and Salz auf Unserer Haut), [Germany, Canada, and France], 1992. Joseph Santangelo, Household Saints, Fine Line Features, 1993. Dominic, Mr. Wonderful, Warner Bros., 1993. Priest, Being Human, Warner Bros., 1994. Orson Welles, Ed Wood, Buena Vista, 1994. Mr. Webster, Imaginary Crimes, Warner Bros., 1994.

Sergeant Tony Randozza, Nunzio's Second Cousin (short film), 1994. Tony "Ole" Olezniak, Good Luck (also known as Guys Like Us and The Ox and the Eye), East West Film Partners, 1995. Man, Hotel Paradise (short film), Dakota Films, 1995. Burton Steckler, Strange Days, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1995. Donnie, Stuart Saves His Family, Paramount, 1995. Sam Clayton, Feeling Minnesota, Fine Line Features, 1996. Title role, Guy, Gramercy Pictures, 1996. Robert E. Howard, The Whole Wide World, Sony Pictures Classics, 1996. Edgar, Men in Black (also known as MIB), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997. Sergeant Tony Randozza, Boy's Life 2 (includes footage of Nunzio's Second Cousin), Strand Releasing, 1997. Dock Newton, The Newton Boys, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Valentino, The Velocity of Gary, Columbia/TriStar, 1998. Elton Garrett, Claire Do/an, MK2 Diffusion, 1998. Whitney, The Thirteenth Floor, Columbia, 1998. Hathaway, Imposter, Miramax, 1999. Abbie Hoffman, Abbie!, 1999. Film Work: Producer, Guy, Gramercy Pictures, 1996. Producer, The Whole Wide World, Sony Pictures Classics, 1996. Producer, The Velocity of Gary, Columbia/TriStar, 1998. Executive producer, Abbie!, 1999. Television Appearances; Movies: Ephraim McDoogal, "The Investigator/' Showtime 30-Minute Movie, Showtime, 1994. Philip, The Winner, The Movie Channel, 1996. Mr. Blue, The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Counterfire," The Equalizer, CBS, 1986. "Suspicion of Innocence/' The Equalizer, CBS, 1987. Victor, "The Basketball Player/' Life Goes On, ABC, 1990. John Lange, "Subway," Homicide: Life on the Street (also known H: LOTS), NBC, 1997. Stage Appearances: Nick Rizzoli, Open Admissions, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1984.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Hoss, Tooth of Crime, Signature Theatre Company, Lucille Lortel Theatre, New York City, 1997. Also appeared in The Indian Wants the Bronx, Mice and Men, The Petrified Forest, and Sexual Perversity in Chicago. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Esquire, February, 1995, p. 36. People Weekly, August 4, 1997, p. 20.*

D'ONOFRIO, Vincent Phillip See D'ONOFRIO, Vincent

DONOHOE, Amanda 1962PERSONAL Born June 26, 1962, in London, England; daughter of Ted (an antiques dealer) and Joanna (an antiques dealer) Donohoe. Education: Attended Francis Holland School for Girls; Graduated from the Central School of Speech and Drama, London, England, 1984. Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1999 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 2850, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actress. Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, England, member of the company. Awards, Honors: Variety Club of Great Britian Award, best actress in a film, 1990, for Paper Mask; Golden Globe Award, best actress in a series, miniseries, or motion picture, 1992, for LA. Law; Outer Critics Circle Award nomination, outstanding broadway debut, for Uncle Vanya. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Gloria Kent, Came, Set, and Match, Granada Television, 1988, broadcast on Mystery!, PBS, 1989. C. J. Lamb, LA. Law, NBC, 1990-92. Television Appearances; Movies: Understudy, Star Quality, BBC, 1985. Druscilla, An Affair in Mind, BBC, 1988.

DONOHOE • 131 Jane Clement, Married to Murder, Arts and Entertainment, 1991. Diana Cadell, Shame, Lifetime, 1992. KatherineWhitloff, It's Nothing Personal, NBC, 1993. Siobhan, Briefest Encounter (also known as Rik Mayall Presents Briefest Encounter), [Great Britain], 1993. Jo, A Woman's Guide to Adultery, Carlton Television, 1994. Diana Cadell, Shame //: The Secret, Lifetime, 1995. Lara, Deep Secrets, BBC, 1996, broadcast in the U.S. as an episode of Mystery!, PBS, 1997. Guinevere, A Knight in Camelot, ABC, 1998. Television Work; Movies: Executive producer (with others), It's Nothing Personal, NBC, 1993. Executive producer, Shame II: The Secret, Lifetime, 1995. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Meggie Cleary O'Neill, The Thorn Birds: The Missing Years (also known as The Thornbirds), CBS, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: The "LA. Law" 100th Episode Special, NBC, 1991. Presenter, The 50th Annual Golden Globe Awards, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: Catherine, "Call Me Irresponsible/' Frasier, NBC, 1993. Carmela Vessa, "Overkill," Murder Most Horrid II, BBC-2, 1994. Also appeared as Martha, "Dangerous Dreams," The Hidden Room. Other Television Appearances: Appeared in the Adam and the Ants music videos "Ant Music" and "Stand and Deliver," 1980-81. Film Appearances: Susan, Foreign Body, Orion, 1986. Lucy Irvine, Castaway, Cannon, 1986. Lady Silvia Marsh, The Lair of the White Worm, Vestron, 1988. Winifred Inger, The Rainbow, Vestron, 1989. Lady Virginia "Ginny" Buckton, Dark Obsession (also known as Diamond Skulls), Circle Releasing, 1989. Helen Searle, Tank Mailing, 1989. Christine Taylor, Paper Mask, Castle Hill, 1990.

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Jane Clemant, The Laughter of Cod, [Great Britain], 1990. Laura Ellington/Gayle Richardson, The Substitute, Paramount, 1993. Lady Pembroke, The Madness of King George (also known as The Madness of George ///), Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1994. Miranda, Liar Liar, Universal, 1997. Margaux, One Night Stand, New Line Cinema, 1997. Stardust, Cireel Films/Zone V Productions, 1998. I'm Losing You, Lions Gate Films, 1998. Laura Kershaw, The Real Howard Spitz (also known as Writer's Block), Live Film and Mediaworks, 1998. Stage Appearances: Yelena Andreyevna, Uncle Vanya, Circle in the Square Theatre Uptown, New York City, 1995. Wallis Simpson, HRH, Playhouse, London, England, 1997. RECORDINGS CD-ROMs: Appeared in The Elk Moon Murder, Activision. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Back Stage, March 17, 1995, p. 48. Entertainment Weekly, February 11, 1994, p. 64. Interview, September, 1991, p. 108. People Weekly, December 26, 1994, p. 110. Variety, November 10, 1997, p. 54.

Career: Actor. Appeared in Aerosmith's music video "Crying." Awards, Honors: ShoWest Award, Male Star of Tomorrow, National Association of Theatre Owners, 1992. CREDITS Film Appearances: Glen, The Gate, New Century, 1987. Fraser Sweeny, Rescue Me, Cannon, 1991. P.K. (age 18), The Power of One, Warner Bros., 1992. George Betts, An Ambush of Ghosts, 1993. John Wyatt, Judgment Night, Universal, 1993. Stuart Sutcliffe, Backbeat, Gramercy Pictures, 1994. Cliff Spab, S.F.W., Gramercy Pictures, 1994. Tom Jr., Reckless, Samuel Goldwyn, 1995. Jeremy Graves, Innocent Lies (also known as Halcyon Days), Polygram Video, 1995. Furtive and Friendly Appearance, A Hundred and One Nights (also known as Les Cent et une nuits, Les Cent et une nuits de Simon Cinema, and A Hundred and One Nights of Simon Cinema), Laurenfilm, 1995. Candy Darling, / Shot Andy Warhol, Samuel Goldwyn, 1996. Mike Pucci, Space Truckers (also known as Star Truckers), Pachyderm Productions, 1996. Jason, Blood & Wine, Fox Searchlight, 1997. Skip Kovic, City of Industry, Orion, 1997. Deacon Frost, Blade, New Line Cinema, 1998. Entropy, Tribeca Productions, 1999. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Pete, / Know My First Name is Steven, NBC, 1989.

DORAN, Takayo See FISCHER, Takayo

DORFF, Stephen 1973PERSONAL Born July 29, 1973, in Atlanta, GA; son of Steve (a composer). Avocational interests: Collecting vintage cameras. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 902111934. Manager—Booh Schut Company, 11350 Ventura Blvd., Suite 200, Studio City, CA 916043140.

Television Appearances; Series: Tucker Brannigan, What a Dummy, syndicated, 1990-91. Television Appearances; Movies: Stan (age 9), In Love and War, NBC, 1987. Kale Wedemeyer, Quiet Victory: The Charlie Wedemeyer Story, CBS, 1988. Sandy Dollison, Do You Know the Muffin Man?, CBS, 1989. Robert Mendham, Always Remember I Love You, CBS, 1990. Charles, A Son's Promise, ABC, 1990. Earthly Possessions, HBO, 1999. Television Appearances; Episodic: Family Ties, NBC, 1982.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Teen Billy, "A Day in the Life/' Empty Nest, NBC, 1989. Jimmy Meltreiger, "Inherit the Wind," Roseanne, ABC, 1989. Jimmy Meltreiger, "Sweet Dreams/' Roseanne, ABC, 1989. Jimmy Meltreiger, "We Gather Together/' Roseanne, ABC, 1989. Boz, "The Dateless Amigo," Married. . . with Children, Fox, 1989. Mark Oskowski, "The Sanctuary Mystery/' Father Dowling Mysteries, ABC, 1990. Bobby, "My Sister's Keeper," Blossom, NBC, 1991. Television Appearances; Specials: Curtis, The Absent-Minded Professor, NBC, 1988. Johnny Bennett, Hiroshima Maiden, PBS, 1988. Eric Gillman, Mutts, ABC, 1988. The 1997 MTV Europe Music Awards, MTV, 1997. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Cosmopolitan, July, 1994, p. 56. Time, March 7, 1994, p. 77.*

DOUGLAS, Michael See CRICHTON, Michael

DOUGLAS, Michael

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PERSONAL Full name, Michael Kirk Douglas; born September 25, 1944, in New Brunswick, NJ; son of Kirk Douglas (an actor, producer, and writer) and Diana Dill (an actress); brother of Joel Douglas (a producer); halfbrother of Peter (a producer) and Eric (an actor and comedian) Douglas; married Diandra Luker (a model and art museum employee), March 20, 1977 (separated, 1995); children: Cameron Morrell. Education: University of California, Santa Barbara, B.A., 1968; trained for the stage at Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center's National Playwrights Conference, Waterford, CT, for three summers in the 1960s; studied acting with Sanford Meisner at the Neighborhood Playhouse and with Wynn Handman at the American Place Theatre, both New York City. Addresses: /Agent—Richard Lovett and David O'Connor, Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

Career: Actor and producer. Big Stick Productions and Stonebridge Entertainment, founder; Third Stone/ Atlantic (record label), founder; LA. Weekly (newspaper), part owner; Michael Douglas Foundation, founder; Committee on Concern, founder; trustee of the University of California, Santa Barbara, and the Eugene O'Neill Memorial Theatre Foundation. Provided voiceovers for Infiniti car commercials. Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award, 1971; Emmy Award nominations, outstanding supporting actor in a drama series, 1973, 1974 and 1975, all for The Streets of San Francisco; Academy Award (with Saul Zaentz), best picture, and Golden Globe Award (with Saul Zaentz), best motion picture—drama, both 1975, for One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest; producer of the year (with others), National Association of Theatre Owners, 1976; Genie Award nomination, best performance by a foreign actor, 1979, for Running; producer of the year, National Association of Theatre Owners, 1984; Academy Award, Golden Globe Award, and National Board of Review Award, all best actor, 1987, for Wall Street; People's Choice Award, best motion picture actor, 1988; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture-comedy/musical, 1990, for The War of the Roses; Hasty Pudding Man of the Year, Hasty Pudding Theatricals, Harvard University, 1992; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture—comedy/ musical, 1996, for The American President; People's Choice Award, special tribute, 1996; Special Prize for Outstanding Contribution to World Cinema, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, 1998; Cesar Award, 1998. CREDITS Film Appearances: Where's Jack? (also known as Run, Rebel, Run), Paramount, 1969. Carl Dixon, Hail, Hero!, National General, 1969. Adam Gaines, Adam at 6:00 A.M., National General, 1970. Jerry, Summertree, Columbia, 1971. Danny, Napoleon and Samantha, Buena Vista, 1972. Dr. Mark Bellows, Coma, United Artists, 1978. Michael Andropolis, Running, Universal, 1979. Richard Adams, The China Syndrome, Columbia, 1979. Ben Lewin, It's My Turn, Columbia, 1980. Jack Colton, Romancing the Stone, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Executive producer, Face/Off (also known as Face Of/), Paramount, 1997. Executive producer, The Rainmaker (also known as John Grisham's The Rainmaker), Paramount, 1997. Producer, A Song for David, forthcoming. Television Appearances; Series: Steve Keller, The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 197276. Television Work; Series: Executive producer, Starman, ABC, 1986-87. Television Appearances; Movies: Craig, When Michael Calls (also known as Shattered Silence), ABC, 1972. Steve Keller, The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1972. Television Appearances; Specials: "The Experiment/' CBS Playhouse, CBS, 1969. Celebrity Challenge of the Sexes 4, CBS, 1979. Night of 100 Stars II (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), ABC, 1985. The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1987. The Story of Hollywood, TBS, 1988. The World's Greatest Stunts: A Tribute to Hollywood's Stuntmen, ABC, 1988. From the Heart. . . the First International Very Special Arts Festival, NBC, 1989. Premiere Presents: Christmas Movies '89, Fox, 1989. Narrator, If Dolphins Could Talk, PBS, 1990. Host, That's What Friends Are For, CBS, 1990. Time Warner Presents the Earth Day Special (also known as The Earth Day Special), ABC, 1990. Host, Tribute to John Lennon, syndicated, 1990. First Person with Maria Shriver, NBC, 1992. Oliver Stone: Inside Out, Showtime, 1992. What Is This Thing Called Love?, ABC, 1993. November 22, 1993, Where Were You? A Larry King Special Live from Washington, CNN, 1993. Michael Douglas' Favorite Films, 1993. The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1995. lackLemmon, PBS, 1996. Burt Lancaster, American Movie Classics, 1997. The 53rd Presidential Inaugural Gala, 1997. Himself, Cannes . . . les 400 coups (documentary), [France], 1997. Where It's At: The Rolling Stone State of the Union (also known as The 30th Anniversary of Rolling Stone), ABC, 1998. Host (with others), To Life! American Celebrates Israel's 50th (also known as America Celebrates Israel's 50th), CBS, 1998.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 59th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1987. The 60th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1988. The American Film Institute Salute to Jack Lemmon, CBS, 1988. The 15th Annual People's Choice Awards, CBS, 1989. The 61st Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1989. Presenter, The 63rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1991. Host, The /9th Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award: A Salute to Kirk Douglas, CBS, 1991. Presenter, The 46th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1992. Presenter, The 64th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1992. Host, The 1993 World Music Awards, 1993. The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, CBS, 1994. The American Film Institute Salute to jack Nicholson (also known as AFI Salute to Jack Nicholson), CBS, 1994. Presenter, The 20th Annual People's Choice Awards, 1994. Presenter, "Tribute to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar," The Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, 1995. The 22nd Annual People's Choice Awards, 1996. The 70th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Hitchhiker/' The F.B.I., ABC, 1971. Medical Center, CBS, 1971. Host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, and SNL), NBC, 1984. The Magic Hour, syndicated, 1998. "Karl Maiden: Workingman's Actor/' Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Also appeared in Late Night with David Letterman, NBC; The Late Show Starring David Letterman, CBS; and The Tonight Show, NBC. Television Work; Episodic: Directed episodes of The Streets of San Francisco, ABC. Other Television Appearances: Appeared in the Billy Ocean music video "When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going/'

Other Television Work: Produced Conquistador, the Conquest of Mexico. Stage Appearances: Night of 100 Stars II (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1985. Appeared in Summertree, National Playwrights Conference, Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center, Waterford, CT; appeared in Six Characters in Search of an Author and Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden, both Neighborhood Playhouse, New York City; also appeared in City Scene, Love Is a Time of Day, and Pinkville, all New York City. Stage Work: Producer (with others), The Best of Friends, off-Broadway production, New York City, 1993. WRITINGS Screenplays: A Song for David, forthcoming. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, December 5, 1997, p. 48. New York Times, March 11, 1993. People Weekly, June 1, 1998, p. 138.*

DOWDY, Mrs. Regera See COREY, Edward

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Born February 21, 1949 (one source says 1950), in Tulsa, OK; son of Raymond (a drafting engineer for an oil company) and Lorraine (a homemaker) Drake; married. Education: University of Oklahoma, B.F.A. (drama). Avocational interests: Watching baseball games. Career: Actor. Appeared in dinner theatre and regional theatre productions in Oklahoma and Texas. Addresses: /Agent—The Gersh Agency, 232 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210.

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Awards, Honors: Association for Retarded Citizens commendation, 1988, Emmy Awards, outstanding supporting actor in a drama series, 1988 and 1989, Viewers for Qual ity Television Awards, best supporting actor in a drama, 1988 and 1989, and Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor in a drama series, 1990, all for LA. Law. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Benny Stulwicz, LA. Law, NBC, 1987-94. Voice of Captain Zachary Storm, Road Rovers (animated), The WB, 1996. Dr. Walter Attwood, Prey (also known as Hungry for Survival), ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Movies: Charles Bubba Ritter, Dark Night of the Scarecrow, CBS, 1981. Glen Robie, Too Good to Be True (also known as Leave Her to Heaven), NBC, 1988. Maybe Baby, 1988. Mark Sistie, Murder in New Hampshire: The Pamela Smart Story, CBS, 1991. Patrick Breen, One More Mountain (also known as One More Mountain: An American Epic), ABC,

1994. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Lucas Coven, The Beast (also known as Peter Benchley's The Beast), NBC, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: The Hollywood Christmas Parade, syndicated, 1989. The 41st Emmy Awards, Fox, 1989. The LA. Law 100th Episode Special, NBC, 1991. Television Appearances; Episodic: Kirkland, "Hot Pursuit, Part 2," Hunter, NBC, 1987. Santa, "And All through the House/' Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1989. "The Secret/' Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1990. Robert Vitale, "The Message/' The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 1995. Dr. Bryce Fromm, The Naked Truth (also known as P/xand Wilde Again), ABC, 1995. Sam Roler, "Buryin' Sam," Dead Man's Gun, Showtime, 1997. Bill, "Estrogen," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1998. Also appeared in Hardcastle and McCormick, ABC.

Film Appearances: Bubba, This Stuff7// Kill Yal, Ultima, 1971. Truckin' Man, 1975. First judge, The Big Brawl (also known as Battle Creek, Battle Creek Brawl, and Sha shou hao), Warner Bros., 1980. Fiske, The White Lions, 1981. First yahoo, The Karate Kid, Columbia, 1984. Cop number two, The Ladies Club (also known as The Violated), New Line Cinema, 1986. Night clerk, For Keeps, TriStar, 1988. Robert G. Durant, Darkman, Universal, 1990. Dr. Evan Rendell, Dr. Giggles, Universal, 1992. Robert G. Durant, Darkman II: The Return of Durant, Universal, 1994. Olaf Singletary, The Journey of August King, Miramax, 1995. Hal Ipswich, Overnight Delivery, New Line Cinema, 1996. Elmer, Bean (also known as Dr. Bean), PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1997. Calvin Hawks, Paranoia, Sterling Home Entertainment, 1998. Ramsey Hogan, Inferno, Long Road Productions,

1999. Stage Appearances: Vincentio, The Taming of the Shrew, Old Globe Theatre, San Diego, CA, 1982. Charles, As You Like It, Old Globe Theatre, 1982. Stubb, Moby Dick Rehearsed, Old Globe Theatre, 1982. Professor, The Skin of Our Teeth, Old Globe Theatre, 1983. Oates, Terra Nova, Old Globe Theatre, 1983. Earl of Northumberland, Henry IV, Part I, Old Globe Theatre, 1983. Jonathan, Arsenic and Old Lace, Old Globe Theatre, 1983. Lenny, Of Mice and Men, Old Globe Theatre, 198485. Inquisitor, Saint Joan, South Coast Repertory Theatre, Costa Mesa, CA, 1984-85. The Stickwife, Los Angeles Theatre Center, Los Angeles, CA, 1986-87.*

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 (a lawyer and restaurateur) and Gerry Dreyfuss; married Jeramie Rain (also known as Susan Davis; an actress and writer), March 20, 1983 (divorced); children: Emily, Benjamin, Harry. Education: Attended San Fernando Valley State College (now California State University, Northridge), 1965-67. Politics: Democrat. Religion: Jewish. Addresses: /Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor and producer. Provided voiceover work for television commercials. L.A. Works (volunteer organization), founder, 1991. Delivered speech "Social Activism in the United States and Los Angeles: Freedom, Justice, and Opportunity/' Los Angeles, CA, 1993. Military service: Performed alternative service at Los Angeles County General Hospital, 1969-71. Member: Screen Actors Guild, Actors' Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, American Civil Liberties Union. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nomination, best motion picture actor in a comedy, 1973, for American Graffiti; Academy Award, best actor, Golden Globe Award, best motion picture actor in a comedy, and Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, best actor, all 1977, for The Goodbye Girl; named Hasty Pudding man of the year, Hasty Pudding Theatricals, Harvard University, 1978; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by a motion picture actor in a supporting role, 1987, for Nuts; Academy Award nomination, best actor, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a motion picture drama, both 1995, for Mr. Holland's Opus; Los Angeles Drama Critics Award nominations for The Time of Your Life and /Aesop in Central Park. CREDITS Film Appearances: Berkeley student, The Graduate, Embassy, 1967. Stage manager, The Valley of the Dolls, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1967. Terry, The Young Runaways, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1968. Harold Webster, He//o Down There (also known as Sub-a-Dub-Dub), Paramount, 1969. Curt Henderson, American Graffiti, Universal, 1973. Baby Face Nelson, Dillinger, American International Pictures, 1973.

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Clavius, The Second Coming of Suzanne (also known as Suzanne), Barry, 1974. Title role, The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz (also known as L'Apprentissage de Duddy Kravitz), Universal, 1974. Matt Hooper, Jaws (also known as Stillness in the Water), Universal, 1975. Boy Wonder, Inserts, United Artists, 1976. Roy Neary, Close Encounters of the Third Kind (also known as The Close Encounter of the Third Kind and Watch the Skies), Columbia, 1977. Elliott Garfield, The Goodbye Girl (also known as Neil Simon's The Goodbye Girl), Warner Bros., 1977. Moses Wine, The Big Fix, Universal, 1979. lago, Othello (video), 1979. Paul Dietrich, The Competition, Columbia, 1980. Ken Harrison, Whose Life Is It, Anyway?, Warner Bros., 1981. Joe, The Buddy System, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984. Dave Whiteman, Down and out in Beverly Hills, Buena Vista, 1985. Narrator (the writer), Standby Me, Columbia, 1986. Bill "B. B." Babowsky, Tin Men, Buena Vista, 1986. Chris Lecce, Stakeout, Buena Vista, 1987. Aaron Levinsky, Nuts, Warner Bros., 1987. Jack Noah, Moon over Parador, Universal, 1987. Jay Trotter, Let It Ride, Paramount, 1989. Pete Sandich, Always, United Artists/Universal, 1989. Dr. Frankenthal, Postcards from the Edge, Columbia, 1991. Sam Sharpe, Once Around, Universal, 1991. Player king, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Cinecom International, 1991. Dr. Leo Marvin, What about Bob?, Buena Vista, 1991. Chris Lecce, Another Stakeout (also known as The Lookout and Stakeout 2), Buena Vista, 1993. Uncle Louie, Lost in Yonkers (also known as Neil Simon's Lost in Yonkers), Columbia, 1993. Jack Rainer, S/7ent Fall, Warner Bros., 1994. Larry, The Last Word (also known as Cosa Nostra: The Last Word), Trimark Pictures, 1995. Glenn Holland, Mr. Holland's Opus, Buena Vista, 1995. Scenes from Everyday Life, 1995. Senator Bob Rumson, The American President, Universal/Columbia, 1995. Voice of Centipede, James and the Giant Peach, Buena Vista, 1996. Vic, Mad Dog Time (also known as Trigger Happy), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1996. Sam Vigoda, Night Falls on Manhattan, Paramount, 1997.

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James Krippendorf, Krippendorf's Tribe, Buena Vista, 1998. A Fine and Private Place, 1998. Film Work: Coproducer, The Big Fix, Universal, 1979. Executive producer, Quiz Show, Buena Vista, 1994. Television Appearances; Series: David Rowe III, 90 Bristol Court, NBC, 1964-65. David Rowe III, Karen, NBC, 1965. Narrator, American Chronicles (also known as Real Life), Fox, 1990. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Voice of General William Tecumseh Sherman, Lincoln, ABC, 1992. Television Appearances; Movies: Colonel Yonatan "Yonni" Netanyahu, Victory at Entebbe, ABC, 1976. Valley of the Dolls (also known as Jacqueline Susann's Valley of the Dolls), 1981. Lieutenant Colonel Picquart, Prisoner of Honor, HBO, 1991. The Last Word, Showtime, 1995. Voice of Buck, Call of the Wild (also known as Jack London's The Call of the Wild), The Family Channel, 1996. Fagin, ''Oliver Twist/' The Wonderful World of Disney, ABC, 1997. Meyer Lansky, Lansky, 1999.

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Television Work; Movies: Executive producer, Prisoner of Honor, HBO, 1991. Producer (with others), "Oliver Twist/' The Wonderful World of Disney, ABC, 1997.

Television Work; Specials: Producer (with others), Funny, You Don't Look 200!, ABC, 1987.

Television Appearances; Specials: Romp, ABC, 1968. Lily, ABC, 1975. The Screen Actors Guild 50th Anniversary Celebration, 1984. Himself, "Oscar W. Underwood/' An American Portrait, PBS, 1985. Night of 100 Stars II (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), ABC, 1985. An All-Star Celebration Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr., NBC, 1986. Comic Relief, HBO, 1986. Untold Damage, Arts and Entertainment, 1987. Host, Funny, You Don't Look 200!, ABC, 1987. Himself, "James Stewart: A Wonderful Life," Great Performances, PBS, 1987.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 49th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1977. Presenter, The 58th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1986. Presenter, The 59th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1987. Presenter, The 60th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1988. Presenter, The 67st Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1989. Presenter, The 46th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1992. Presenter, The 66th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1994. Presenter, The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards, 1995.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Presenter, The Walt Disney Company and MeDonald's Present the American Teacher Awards, 1995. The 38th Annual Grammy Awards, 1996. Presenter, The 68th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1996. Presenter, The 4th Annual VH1 Honors, VH1, 1997. The 70th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Francini, Who Is Francini?," Ben Casey, CBS, 1965. Durf the Drag, "Ego a Go-Co/' Gidget, ABC, 1966. Rodney, "Man's Best Friend/' Bewitched, ABC, 1966. Love on a Rooftop, ABC, 1966. "Fair Play for Gypsies/' Occasional Wife, NBC, 1967. "Big Brother Is Watching You," Hey Landlord, NBC, 1967. Lud Akley, "Boy into Man," The Big Valley, ABC, 1967. "Testing, One, Two," Hey Landlord, NBC, 1967. Please Don't Eat the Daisies, NBC, 1967. Ben, Jr., The Second Hundred Years, ABC, 1967. Larry Corning, "Weep the Hunter Home," ]udd, for the Defense, ABC, 1968. Herbie Aroon, "The Last Man in the World," Felony Squad, ABC, 1969. Mark Finlay (a newspaper editor), "Buried on Page One," The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, NBC, 1969. Owen Rudd, "Panic in the Sands," The New People, ABC, 1969. Dr. Tolliver, "No Harm to the Patient," The Bold Ones: The Doctors, NBC, 1970. Curtis Bell, "Mother of Sorrow," The Mod Squad, ABC, 1970. Stan, "The Valediction," Room 222, ABC, 1970. Evening at Pops, PBS, 1970. Mike Chester, "Down at the House of Truth, Visiting," The Young Lawyers, ABC, 1971. "The Mystery of Amelia Earhart," You Are There, CBS, 1971. "Shadow of a Gunman," Hollywood Television Theatre, PBS, 1972. Caleb Dunne, "The Night Holds Terror," The Mod Squad, ABC, 1973. Gearshon, "This Golden Land," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1973. Donald, A Touch of Grace, ABC, 1973. "Me," Hollywood Television Theatre, PBS, 1973. Tony Injijikan, The New Dick Van Dyke Show, CBS, 1973. Host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night and SNL), NBC, 1978. Narrator, "Moe, the Dog in Tropical Paradise," Shelley Duvall's Bedtime Stories, Showtime, 1992.

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Voice of Ulysses S. Grant, Smithsonian's Great Battles of the Civil War, The Learning Channel, 1994. "Audrey Hepburn: The Fairest Lady," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. "Henry Fonda: Hollywood's Quiet Hero," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Television Work; Episodic: Director, "Present Tense, Past Perfect" (also known as "Anything for Love"), Directed By, Showtime, 1996. Television Appearances; Pilots: Morris Gap, Two for the Money, ABC, 1972. John Yossarian, Catch-22, ABC, 1973. Other Television Work: Directed Our Love Is Here to Stay, Showtime. Stage Appearances: Stanley, But Seriously . . ., Henry Miller's Theatre, New York City, 1969. Stephen, Line, Theatre de Lys, New York City, 1971. And Whose Little Boy Are You?, McAlpin Rooftop Theatre, 1971. Adolphus Cusins, Major Barbara, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles Music Center, Los Angeles, CA, 1972. Jean, Miss Julie, Chicago, IL, 1976. Napoleon Bonaparte, A Man of Destiny, Chicago, IL, 1976. The Tenth Man, Solarie Ensemble, Los Angeles, CA, 1977. Cassius, Julius Caesar, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, New York City, 1978. lago, Othello, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, New York City, then Alliance Theatre Company, Atlanta, GA, both 1979. Ken Harrison, Whose Life Is It, Anyway?, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, 1980. Joe, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1981. Lenny Keller, Total Abandon, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1983. Requiem for a Heavyweight, Long Wharf Theatre, 1983. Howard Bellman, The Hands of the Enemy, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles Music Center, 1984. Night of 100 Stars II (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1985. Death and the Maiden, 1992. Kenneth, Three Hotels, Center Theatre Group, Los Angeles, CA, 1994-95.

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Made stage debut in In Mama's House, Gallery Theatre, Los Angeles, CA; appeared in Journey to the Day, People Need People, Incident at Vichy, and Enemy, Enemy, all Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles Music Center; appeared as Harry in The Time of Your Life, and appeared in /Aesop in Central Park, both Los Angeles, CA; also appeared in The Normal Heart. Stage Work: Directed Othello, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham, England. WRITINGS Teleplays; Specials: (With others) Funny, You Don't Look 200!, ABC, 1987. Teleplays; Episodic: Story, "Present Tense, Past Perfect" (also known as "Anything for Love"), Directed By, Showtime, 1996. Novels: (With Harry Turtledove) The Two Georges, St. Martin's (New York City), 1996. OTHER SOURCES Books: Newsmakers, 1996 Cumulation, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1997. Periodicals: NEA Today, November, 1996, p. 42. Vital Speeches, November 1, 1993, pp. 49-51.*

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1952-

Career: Actress and comedienne. Stand-up comedienne, 1981—, including performances at the Holy City Zoo and the Other Cafe, San Francisco, CA, and the Roxy, Chicago, IL; appeared at a tribute honoring former U.S. Congressional representative Patricia Schroeder, 1996. Also worked as a model and a waitress. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Various characters, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, and SNL), NBC, 1985-90. Norma Lear, Sisters, NBC, 1993-95. Television Appearances; Movies: Mastergate, Showtime, 1992. Margo, Shake, Rattle and Rock! (also known as Rebel Highway), Showtime, 1994. Television Appearances; Specials: Saturday Night Live 15th Anniversary, NBC, 1989. A Comedy Salute to Michael Jordan (also known as A Los Angeles and Chicago Salute to Michael Jordan), NBC, 1991. Free to Laugh: A Comedy and Music Special for Amnesty International, Lifetime, 1992. Television Appearances; Episodic: Women Aloud, Comedy Central, 1992. Mrs. Richardson, The Nanny, CBS, 1996. Dr. Walker, Cybill, CBS, 1997. Dean Martin, George and Leo, CBS, 1997. Helen, Everybody Loves Raymond, CBS, 1997. Voice characterization, Invasion America (animated), TheWB, 1998. Also contributed a voice characterization for Extreme Ghostbusters (animated), syndicated.

PERSONAL Born April 29, 1952, in Chicago, IL; daughter of John (a musician) and Margaret (a nurse) Dunn; sister of Kevin Dunn (an actor); married Ray Hutcheson (a playwright), September, 1987 (divorced, 1995). Education: Attended Providence-St. Mel High School and St. Mary's Academy; studied painting at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts and the Art Institute of Chicago, 1970-72; attended acting classes at San Francisco City College. Addresses: Agent—Susan Smith and Associates, 121 North San Vicente Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211.

Film Appearances: Ginny, Working Girl, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. Bauer, How / Cot into College, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1989. Ellita Sanchez, Miami Blues, Orion, 1990. Pam Leichner, Stepping Out, Paramount, 1991. Walking the Dog, 1991. Ti-Marie, Passion Fish, Miramax, 1992. Cynthia Schreiber, Born Yesterday, Buena Vista, 1993. Lindy, / Love Trouble, Buena Vista, 1994. Sheriff Alice Stanley, The Last Supper, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1995.

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Teleplays; Series: Sisters, NBC, 1995. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: CongressDaily/RM., October 15, 1996. Entertainment Weekly, April 26, 1996, p. 40. People Weekly, November 30, 1987, p. 95.*

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Elizabeth Bennet, Pride and Prejudice, BBC, 1995. Melissa, Melissa, Channel 4, 1997. Television Appearances; Movies: Tasmin, Micky Love, Granada, 1993. Phyllis Maitland, The Maitlands, BBC, 1993. Meryl, Self Catering (also known as Alan Bleasdale Presents Self Catering), Jab Films, 1994. Emma Desneuves, Pleasure (also known as Alan Bleasdale Presents Pleasure), Jab Films, 1994. Penny McAllister, Beyond Reason (also known as A Casual Affair), Carlton, 1994. Television Appearances; Episodic: Empress Zita, "Austria, March 191 7," The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, ABC, 1992.

Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: British Academy Award, best actress in a television production, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1996, for Pride and Prejudice; British Academy Award, best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a film, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1997, for Wilde. CREDITS Film Appearances: Cynthia Powell, Backbeat, PolyGram, 1994. Constance Lloyd Wilde, Wilde, PolyGram, 1997. Rosemary Leighton-Jones, Paradise Road, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. A Good Baby, 1998. Sally, Bedrooms and Hallways, BBC, 1998. The Taste of Sunshine (also known as Sunshine), Ascot Elite Entertainment Group, 1999. This Year's Love, Entertainment Film Distributors, forthcoming.

Stage Appearances: Elmire, Tartuffe, Playhouse, London, 1991. Lady Anne, Richard III, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1995-96. Amanda, The Relapse, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1995-96. Serafina, The Painter of Dishonour, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1995-96. Acted in productions of 1959 Pink Thunderbird and Laundry and Bourbon, both at the Edinburgh Festival. Major Tours: Pat Green, Breaking the Code, Triumph Production Tour, 1992.*

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Television Appearances; Miniseries: Young Calypso, The Camomile Lawn, Zed Productions, 1992.

Born in 1964; brother of Robin Eidelman (a writer). Education: Attended Santa Monica City College, the

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University of Southern California, and the Guitar Institute of Technology.

If These Walls Could Talk, HBO, 1996. Montana, HBO, 1997.

Career: Composer and conductor. Conductor at "Pass the Baton/' a benefit for the Young Musicians Foundation.

Scores for Television; Miniseries: The Final Days, WC, 1989.

CREDITS Film Work; Music Director: Silent Night, TAT, 1988, released in the U.S. as Magdalene, Prism Entertainment, 1990. Triumph of the Spirit, Triumph, 1989. Crazy People, Paramount, 1990. Delirious, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Pathe, 1991.

Scores for Television; Episodic: "Jacob Have I Loved/' WonderWor/cs, PBS, 1989. "The Reluctant Vampire/' Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1991. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: American Premiere, March/April, 1991, p. 15.*

WRITINGS Scores for Films, Unless Otherwise Noted: Silent Night, TAT, 1988, released in the U.S. as Magdalene, Prism Entertainment, 1990. To Die For (also known as Dracula: The Love Story), Skouras, 1989. Triumph of the Spirit, Triumph, 1989. Animal Behavior, Cinestar, 1990. Crazy People, Paramount, 1990. Delirious, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Pathe, 1991. Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Paramount, 1991. Christopher Columbus: The Discovery, Warner Bros., 1992. Leap of Faith, Paramount, 1992. Music from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Indiana Jed Bloopers, Messups and More (video), 1992. Untamed Heart, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1993. The Meteor Man, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1993. A Simple Twist of Fate, Buena Vista, 1994. My Girl 2, Columbia, 1994. Now and Then (also known as The Gaslight Addition), New Line Cinema, 1995. The Beautician and the Beast, Paramount, 1997. Free Willy 3: The Rescue, Warner Bros., 1997. One True Thing, Universal, 1998. Also composer for Day of the Bird. Screenplays: Wrote Day of the B/rdwith Robin Eidelman. Scores for Television; Movies: Dead Man Out, HBO, 1989. Judgment, HBO, 1990. Backfield in Motion, ABC, 1991.

ELLIOTT, Sam 1944PERSONAL Born August 9, 1944, in Sacramento, CA; married Katharine Ross (an actress); children: one daughter. Education: Attended the University of Oregon. Addresses: /Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor. Provided voiceover work for Ford truck commercials, 1998. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor in a miniseries or a special, 1995, Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a series, miniseries, or motion picture, 1996, both for Buffalo Girls. CREDITS Film Appearances: Card player number two, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969. Richie Robinson, The Carries, Universal, 1970. Johnny Lawler, Molly and Lawless John, Producers Distributors Corporation, 1972. Pickett Smith, Frogs, American International Pictures, 1972. Rick Carlson, Lifeguard, Paramount, 1976. Pete Danner, The Legacy (also known as The Legacy of Maggie Walsh) Universal, 1979. Gar, Mask, Lorimar, 1985.

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MikeMarshak, Fatal Beauty, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1987. Richie Marks, Shakedown (also known as Blue Jean Cop), Universal, 1988. Wade Garrett, Road House, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1989. John Riggs, Prancer, Orion, 1989. Charles Turner, Jr., Sibling Rivalry, Columbia, 1990. Larry Dodd, Rush, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Pathe, 1991. Brigadeer General John Buford, Gettysburg, New Line Cinema, 1993. Virgil Earp, Tombstone, Buena Vista, 1993. Marshal Bill Speakes, The Desperate Trail, Turner Home Entertainment, 1994. The stranger, The Big Lebowski, Gramercy Pictures, 1998. Jim Ed Love, The Hi-Lo Country, Gramercy Pictures, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Doug, Mission: Impossible, CBS, 1970-71. Chance McKenzie, The Yellow Rose, NBC, 198384. Television Appearances; Movies: Bryant, The Challenge, ABC, 1970. Ensign Sandover, Assault on the Wayne, ABC, 1971. Detective Charlie Bronski, The Blue Knight, NBC, 1973. Captain Wood, / Will Fight No More Forever, ABC, 1975. Tell Sackett, The Sacketts, NBC, 1979. Hugh Cardiff, Wild Times, syndicated, 1980. Dr. John Hill, Murder in Texas, CBS, 1982. Dal Traven, The Shadow Riders (also known as Louis I'Amour's The Shadow Riders), CBS, 1982. Title role, Travis McCee (also known as Travis McCee: The Empty Copper Sea), 1983. D. Jordan Williams, A Death in California, ABC, 1985. Harry Wingate, The Blue Lightning, CBS, 1986. Sam Houston, Houston: The Legend of Texas (also known as Cone to Texas: The Sam Houston Story), CBS, 1986. Con Vallian, The Quick and the Dead, HBO, 1987. Conn Conagher, Conagher (also known as Louis I'Amour's Conagher}, TNT, 1991. Lyn Cutter, Fugitive Nights: Danger in the Desert (also known as Fugitive Nights), 1993. Bill Bell, The Ranger, the Cook, and a Hole in the Sky (also known as Hole in the Sky), ABC, 1995. Ross Bishop, Woman Undone (also known as/oshua Tree), Showtime, 1996.

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ELLROY James 1948PERSONAL Born Lee Earle Ellroy, March 4, 1948, in Los Angeles, CA; son of Armand and Geneva Odelia (a nurse; maiden name, Hilliker) Ellroy; married Mary Doherty, 1988 (divorced, 1991); married Helen Knode (a writer), c. 1991. Addresses: Agent—Joel Gotler, Renaissance Literary Agency, 9220 West Sunset Blvd., Suite 302, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

LA. Noir, Mysterious Press, 1998. Crime Wave: Reportage and Fiction from the Underside of L.A., Vintage Books (New York City), 1999. Nonfiction: Murder and Mayhem: An A-Z of the World's Most Notorious Killers, Arrow (London), 1992. My Dark Places (autobiographical), Knopf, 1996. Screenplays: Ellroy wrote the screenplay White Jazz, based on his novel of the same name.

Career: Novelist and screenwriter. Worked as a country club caddy, 1965-84; writer, full-time, 1984—. Military service: US Army, 1965.

Other: Thompson, Jim, Heed the Thunder, introduction by Ellroy, Armchair Detective Library, 1991.

Awards, Honors: Edgar Award nomination, Mystery Writers of America, 1982, for Clandestine; Prix Mystere Award, 1990, for The Big Nowhere; Best Book, Time magazine, 1995, for Amer/can Tabloid.

Adaptations: Blood on the Moon was adapted for film as Cop, Atlantic, 1988; EIIroy's short story, "Since I Don't Have You" was the basis for the television series Fallen Angels, Showtime, 1993; LA. Confidential was adapted for film and released by Warner Bros., 1998; Brown's Requiem was adapted for film and released in 1998.

CREDITS Film Appearances: Himself, James Ellroy: Demon Dog of American Crime Fiction (documentary), First Run Features, 1993. Himself, Shotgun Freeway: Drives Through Lost LA. (documentary), Alpine Releasing, 1995. WRITINGS Novels: Brown's Requiem, Avon (New York), 1981. Clandestine, Avon, 1982. Blood on the Moon, Mysterious Press (New York), 1984. Because the Night, Mysterious Press, 1985. Killer on the Road, Mysterious Press, 1986. Suicide Hill, Mysterious Press, 1986. Silent Terror, Mysterious Press, 1986. The Black Dahlia, Mysterious Press, 1987. The Big Nowhere, Mysterious Press, 1988. LA. Confidential, Mysterious Press, 1990. White Jazz, Knopf (New York), 1992. American Tabloid, Knopf, 1995. Short Stories: Hollywood Nocturnes, Knopf (New York), 1994. Dick Contino's Blues and Other Stories, Arrow (London), 1994.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Harper's Bazaar, November, 1996, p. 180. Interview, December, 1996, p. 70. Los Angeles Magazine, November, 1996, p. 114. Nation, December 2, 1996, p. 25. New Statesmen, November 8, 1996, p. 46. Newsweek, November 11, 1996, p. 79. People Weekly, November 25, 1996, p. 93. Time, April 10, 1995, p. 74. Writers Digest, July 1996, p. 26.*

EMICK, Jarrod 1969PERSONAL Born July 2, 1969, in Fort Eustas, VA; raised in Virginia and South Dakota; son of Herely W. (a retired military officer and rancher) and Diane Emick. Education: Studied music and theatre at South Dakota State University. Addresses: Agent—Henderson/Hogan Agency, 850 Seventh Ave., Suite 1003, New York, NY 10019.

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Lucille Lortel Award, for One Touch of Venus; Bay Area Critics Circle Award nomination, for High Society; Drama Desk Award nomination, for The Importance of Being Earnest.

Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Award, best featured actor In a musical, and Theatre World Award, both 1994, for Damn Yankees.

CREDITS CREDITS Stage Appearances: Prouvaire and understudy for Enjolras, Les Miserables, Broadway production, 1990-91. A marine and Frye, later Chris, Miss Saigon, Broadway Theatre, New York City, 1991-94. Joe Hardy, Damn Yankees, Marquis Theatre, New York City, 1994-95. Appeared in Bus Stop, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, and Death of a Salesman, all regional productions. Major Tours: Chris, Miss Saigon, U.S. cities, 1992. Toured in Les Miserables, U.S. cities. Television Appearances; Series: Captain Jack Malloy, LA. Firefighters, Fox, 1996. Nick Hadley, Pacific Palisades, Fox, 1997. Ed, It's True, 1998. Other Television Appearances: The 48th Annual Tony Awards (special), CBS, 1994. Josiah Day, Andersonville (miniseries), TNT, 1996. Film Appearances: Jeffrey, Orion, 1995.

Stage Appearances: (Broadway debut) Princess Kitty Scherbatsky, Anna Karenina, Circle in the Square Uptown, New York City, 1992. Eliza Doolittle, My Fair Lady, Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, Fort Myers, FL, 1993, then Virginia Theatre, New York City, 1993-94. faster Bonnet Competition: A Salute to 100 Years of Broadway (fund raiser for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS), Minskoff Theatre, New York City, 1994. Princess Maria, Call Me Madam, City Center Theatre, New York City, 1995. Venus, One Touch of Venus, City Center Theatre, New York City, 1996. Title role, Major Barbara, Irish Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1997-98. Tracy Samantha Lord, High Society, St. James Theatre, New York City, 1998. Made Off-Broadway debut in After Crystal Night; also appeared in Spring Awakening, New York Shakespeare Festival; Faust; High Society, ACT/San Francisco; Gwendolyn, The Importance of Being Earnest; Cosette, Les Miserables; and in American Dance Machine. Film Appearances: Gail, Loose Women, Inmotion Entertainment, 1996.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Interview, June, 1994, p. 94.*

Television Appearances; Episodic: Tricia Scott, "Dial H for Murder/' The Cosby Mysteries, NBC, 1994. Appeared as Marilyn, As the World Turns.

ERRICO, Melissa 1970PERSONAL Born March 23, 1970, in New York, NY; married Pat MacEnroe, 1998. Education: Yale University, graduate (with honors; philosophy and art history).

Television Appearances; Series: Alex Bartoli, Central Park West (also known as CPW), CBS, 1995. Television Appearances; Specials: The Kennedy Center 25th Anniversary PBS, 1996.*

Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Drama Desk Award and Helen Hayes Award nomination, both for My Fair Lady;

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Celebration,

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FABIANIJoel

1936-

Jim Gilkrest, The President's Mistress, CBS, 1978. Senator Gordon Conners, Attica, ABC, 1980. Lucian Trumble, King Crab, ABC, 1980.

PERSONAL Born September 28, 1936, in Watsonville, CA. Education: Attended LaSierra Actors Workshop. Career: Actor. CREDITS Film Appearances: Barney, Looking for Mr. Goodbar, Paramount, 1977. Dr. Haxby, Reuben, Reuben, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Ted Orson, Tune in Tomorrow. . . (also known as Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter), Cinecom, 1990. Secretary of Defense Charles Kirkland, Snake Eyes, Paramount, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Paul Stoddard (#1), Dark Shadows, NBC, 1967. Stewart Sullivan, Department S, syndicated, 196970. Alex Ward, Dallas, CBS, 1980-81. King Galen of Moldavia, Dynasty, ABC, 1985-86. Jared Chase, The City, ABC, 1996. Also recurring role as Dr. Quentin King, Falcon Crest. Television Appearances; Movies: Barris, The Longest Night, ABC, 1972. Kevin Turner, Beg, Borrow. . .or Steal, ABC, 1973. Mr. Block, Nicky's World, CBS, 1974. Carlos Begas, Brenda Starr, ABC, 1976. Matt Cobley, The New Daughters of Joshua Cabe, ABC, 1976. Father Kelleher, One of My Wives Is Missing, ABC, 1976.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Art Woodward, "Ten Thousand Dollars a Page/' Banacek, NBC, 1973. "The Bought Jury/' The F.B.I., ABC, 1973. Carl Blessing, "Hounds of Hell/' Cannon, CBS, 1973. Davie Collins, ABC's Matinee Today, ABC, 1973. Eli Mason, "The Glass Dart Board/' The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1975. Sean Donohue, "The Victim," Cannon, CBS, 1975. Thompkins, "Girl in the Bay City," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1975. "The Chinese Connection," S.W.A.T., ABC, 1976. Boris Steloff, "Murder on Madison Avenue," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1992. Thorton Brewer, "The Dying Game," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1994. Captain Collins, Feds, CBS, 1997. Appeared in episodes of Wonder Woman, Baa Baa Blacksheep, Columbo, The Cosby Show, Switch, Starsky and Hutch, All My Children, and Guiding Light Television Appearances; Specials: Allen Burnett, Risko, CBS, 1976. Tom Hammil, Tom and]oann, CBS, 1978. Announcer, The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1986. Announcer, The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1987. Announcer, The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1989. Announcer, The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1990. Announcer, The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1991. Announcer, The Best of Barbara Walters: Legend— The New Generation , ABC, 1992. Announcer, The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1992. Announcer, What Is This Thing Called Love?, ABC, 1993.

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Announcer, The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1993. Announcer, The Barbara Walters Special: Happy Hour, ABC, 1994. Announcer, The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1995. Announcer, Barbara Walters: 20 Years at ABC, ABC, 1996. Announcer, Barbara Walters Presents "The 10 Most Fascinating People of 1996," ABC, 1996. Announcer, The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1997. Announcer, Barbara Walters Presents: 6 to Watch, ABC, 1997. Announcer, Barbara Walters Presents "The 10 Most Fascinating People of 1997," ABC, 1997. Announcer, The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1998. Announcer, Barbara Walters Presents: 6 to Watch, ABC, 1998. Stage Appearances: Clerk of the Court, One Way Pendulum, East Seventy-Fourth Street Theatre, 1961. Lord Fitzwater, The Tragedy of King Richard the Second, Stratford, CT, 1962. Sir Walter Blunt, Hamlet IV, Stratford, CT, 1962. (Broadway debut) Dark Corners, New York City, 1963. Beyond the Fringe, '65, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1964-65. Phi I up, Candle in the Wind, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1974. Colin, Ashes, Public/Anspacher Theater, New York City, 1977. Joe, \'m Getting My Act Together and Taking it On the Road, Public/Anspacher Theater, then Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1978. Also appeared in A Doll's House, Hedda Gabler, As to the Meaning of Words, Love for Love, Escurial, Mrs. Grossman, The Affair, Rules of the Game, and The Caretaker.*

Awards, Honors: DramaLogue Critic's Award, best performance, for What Can I Tell You? CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Regular, The Unnaturals, HA! TV Comedy Network/ CTV: The Comedy Network, 1990. Regular, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, SNL, and Saturday Night), NBC, 1991-93. Television Appearances; Episodic: Abby, "Zborn Again," The Golden Girls, NBC, 1990. Tina, Elaine's roommate, "The Deal/' Seinfeld, NBC, 1991. Tina, "The Truth," Seinfeld, NBC, 1991. Tina, "The Opposite," Seinfeld, NBC, 1994. Dr. Fiedler, Cosby, CBS, 1996. Sharon Feldman, "Do No Harm," feds (also known as Feds: The War Against Crime), CBS, 1997. Film Appearances: Leslie, Only You (also known as Him and lust in Time), TriStar, 1994. Tina, Greedy, Universal, 1994. Lisa, The Paper, Universal, 1994. School bus driver, Forrest Gump, Paramount, 1994. Heather, Jury Duty, TriStar, 1995. Julie, Nick and Jane, Cinepix Film Properties, 1996. Rita Grant, Striptease, Columbia, 1996. Lanie, Fools Rush In, Columbia/TriStar, 1997. Beatrice, Men in Black (also known as MIB), Columbia/TriStar, 1997. Lori Hayward, Krippendorf's Tribe, Buena Vista, 1998. Maggie, The Negotiator, Warner Bros., 1998. A Cool Dry Place, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998.

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Stage Appearances: Phebe, As You Like It, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theater/Central Park, New York City, 1992. Vendor, Luck, Pluck & Virtue, Atlantic Theater Company, New York City, 1995.

Born in Syracuse, NY; married to Paeter Hogan (a commodities trader); children: Bernadette. Education: LeMoyne College, B.A. (drama and English); Catholic University of America, M.F.A. (fine arts).

Also appeared in a one-woman show, What Can I Tell You?, Second Stage, Hollywood, CA, and San Diego Repertory Theatre; and in American Splendor, Los Angeles Theatre.

Addresses: Agent—Paradigm, 200 West 57th St., Suite 900, New York, NY 10019.

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Career: Actress and comedienne.

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Full name, John Henry Falsey, Jr.; born November 6, 1951, in New Haven, CT; son of John Henry and Patricia Helene (Sisk) Falsey; married Kathy Suzanne Mynes, June 12, 1987; children: Courtney Suzanne, Christopher Patrick. Education: Hampshire College, B.A., 1975; University of Iowa, Iowa Writer's Workshop, M.F.A., 1978. Career: Creator, producer, and writer. With Joshua Brand, founder of Brand-Falsey Productions and Falahey-Austin Street Productions. Awards, Honors: All with Joshua Brand: Emmy Award nomination, outstanding drama series, 1983, for St. Elsewhere; Emmy Award, outstanding miniseries, Emmy Award nomination (also with Stu Krieger), outstanding writing in a miniseries or special, both 1987, for A Year in the Life; George Foster Peabody Broadcasting Award, 1991, for both Northern Exposure and I'll Fly Away; Emmy Award nominations, outstanding writing in a drama series and outstanding drama series, both 1991, Emmy Award, outstanding drama series, Golden Globe Award, best drama series, George Foster Peabody Broadcasting Award, for "Cicely" episode, and Wise Owl Awardhonorable mention, all 1992, Wise Owl Awardhonorable mention, 1993, and Award for Ongoing Commitment, Environmental Media Awards, 1995, all for Northern Exposure; Emmy Award, outstanding writing, 1992, for/'// Fly Away; named producer of the year, 1991-92. CREDITS Television Work with Joshua Brand; Series: Creator, St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1982-88. Creator and supervising producer, Amazing Stories, NBC, 1985. Executive producer, A Year in the Life, NBC, 198788. Creator, Prime Time Pets, CBS, 1990. Creator, Northern Exposure, CBS, 1990. Executive producer, Northern Exposure, CBS, 1990-

95. Creator, I'll Fly Away, NBC, 1991. Executive producer, /'// Fly Away, NBC, 1991-93. Creator and executive producer, Going to Extremes, ABC, 1992.

Television Work with Joshua Brand; Movies: Executive producer, /'// Fly Away: Then and Now, PBS, 1993. Television Work with Joshua Brand; Miniseries: Creator and executive producer, A Year in the Life, NBC, 1986. Television Work with Joshua Brand and Others; Pilots: Producer, St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1982. WRITINGS Teleplays with Joshua Brand and Others; Series: St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1982. Northern Exposure, CBS, 1990. I'll Fly Away, NBC, 1991. Teleplays with Joshua Brand; Movies: /'// Fly Away: Then and Now, PBS, 1993. Teleplays with Joshua Brand and Stu Krieger; Miniseries: A Year in the Life, NBC, 1986. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: New York Times, October 17, 1991, p. C13; January 12, 1992, p. H29.*

FARINA, Dennis 1944PERSONAL Born February 29, 1944, in Chicago, IL; married, 1970 (divorced, 1980); children: Dennis Jr., Michael, Joseph. Addresses: Office—Geddes Agency, 1633 North Halsted St., Suite 400, Chicago, IL 60614. Career: Actor. Chicago Police Department, police officer, c. 1967-85. Celebrity Chairman of National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C. Awards, Honors: American Comedy Award, best supporting comedy actor, 1996, for Get Shorty;

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Award for Excellence in the Arts, Theatre School of Depaul University, 1997; (with others) Joseph Jefferson Award, best ensemble, for Tracers. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Film debut) Carl, Thief, United Artists, 1981. Dorato, Code of Silence, Orion, 1985. Freddy, ]o]o Dancer, Your Life is Calling, Columbia, 1986. Jack Crawford, Manhunter, DEC, 1986. Jimmy Serrano, Midnight Run, Universal, 1988. Bankie Como, Men of Respect, Columbia, 1991. Narrator, The American Gangster, 1992. Mr. Stunder, Mac, Samuel Goldwyn, 1992. Sal, We're Talkin' Serious Money, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1992. Brian O'Neal, Street Crimes, PM Entertainment, 1992. Brian O'Hara, Another Stakeout, Buena Vista, 1993. Nick Gazzara, Romeo is Bleeding, Gramercy Pictures, 1993. Nick Detillo, Striking Distance, Columbia, 1993. George O'FarrelI, Little Big League, Columbia, 1994. Ray "Bones" Barboni, Get Shorty, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1995. Coach Bailey, Eddie, Buena Vista, 1996. Dan DeMora, That Old Feeling, Universal, 1997. Marshall Sisco, Out of Sight, Universal, 1998. Lieutenant Colonel Anderson, Saving Private Ryan, DreamWorks, 1998. Captain Adam Greer, The Mod Squad, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1999. Television Appearances; Series: Lieutenant Mike Torello, Crime Story, NBC, 198688. Title role, Buddy Faro, CBS, 1998.

Charlie Ingle, Out of Annie's Past, USA Network, 1995. Television Appearances; Episodic: Albert Lombard, Miami Vice, NBC, 1984. William Kazan, Jack and Mike, ABC, 1986. "All About E.E.V.," China Beach, ABC, 1988. Antoine, "Werewolf Concerto/' Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1992. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Kevin Kelly, Blind Faith, NBC, 1990. Elias Renthal, People Like Us, NBC, 1990. Tom Brereton, Cruel Doubt, NBC, 1992. Mike Cerone, Drug Wars: The Cocaine Cartel (also known as The Drug Wars: Columbia), NBC, 1992. Don Roberto Luciano, Bella Mafia, CBS, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Harry Brennan, The Killing Floor, PBS, 1984. Armand Zaro, "Murder in Triplicate," Perfect Crimes, CBS, 1991. Television Work; Executive Producer: (With others) Buddy Faro, CBS, 1998. Stage Appearances: The Time of Your Life, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1983. Cokes, Streamers, Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago, then John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, 1985. Also appeared in Some Men Need Help; A Class C Trial in Yokohama; A Prayer for My Daughter and Tracers, both Steppenwolf Theatre; and Bleacher Bums and Heat, both Organic Theatre, Chicago. OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Movies: Patrolman, Through Naked Eyes, ABC, 1983. HardKnox, NBC, 1984. The Imposter, ABC, 1984. 2nd Policeman, Final Jeopardy, NBC, 1985. Birdman of Alcatraz, Six Against the Rock, NBC, 1987. Pete Carlson, Open Admissions, CBS, 1988. Angelo Buono, The Case of the Hillside Stranglers, NBC, 1989. Denton, The Disappearance of Nora, CBS, 1993. Harry, The Corpse Had a Familiar Face, CBS, 1994. CraigMcKenna, One Woman's Courage, NBC, 1994. Charley Siringo, Bonanza: Under Attack, NBC, 1995.

Periodicals: Chicago Tribune, October 3, 1998, p. 27. Entertainment Weekly, October 27, 1995, p. 65. People Weekly, September 18, 1995, p. 244.*

FARRELLY, Bobby 1957PERSONAL Born in 1957, in Cumberland, Rl; son of Robert Leo (a doctor) and Mariann Neary (a nurse); brother of

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Addresses: /Agent—Kate Feast Management, 43A Princess Rd., London NW1, England. Career: Actor.

Addresses: /Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Screenwriter, director, producer. CREDITS Film Director; With Peter Farrelly: Kingpin, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1996. There's Something About Mary, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1998. Film Executive Producer: There's Something About Mary, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1998.

CREDITS Stage Appearances: Pope, Galileo, Phoenix Theatre, Leicester, England, 1968. Woof, Hair, Shaftesbury Theatre, London, England, 1968. Ariel, The Tempest, '69 Theatre Company, Manchester, England, 1969. Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Guys and Dolls, '69 Theatre Company, Manchester, England, 1972. My Sister and I, 1973. Skipper, 1973. Asides, 1973.

The Carnation Gang, 1974. Film Producer: (With Peter Farrelly) Dumb and Dumber (also known as Dumb Happens), New Line Cinema, 1994. Outside Providence, Miramax, 1999. WRITINGS Screenplays: Dumb and Dumber (also known as Dumb Happens), New Line Cinema, 1994. (Uncredited) Bushwacked (also known as The Tenderfoot), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1995. Kingpin, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1996. (With Peter Farrelly) There's Something About Mary, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Outside Providence, Miramax, 1999. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, August 2, 1996, p. 14. Newsweek, July 20, 1998, p. 64.*

FEAST, Michael 1946(Mickey Feast) PERSONAL Born November 25,1946, in Brighton, England; son of Edward Albert and May Feast; married Kathleen Margaret Merrigan (a manager; known as Kate Feast; divorced). Education: Trained for the stage at the Central School of Speech and Drama.

Heads, Green Banana Room, 1974. The Education of Skinny Spew, Green Banana Room, 1974. Elizabeth I, Theatre Upstairs, London, England, 1974. Harold, Clever Soldiers, Hampstead Theatre Club, London, England, 1974. Ariel, The Tempest, National Theatre Company, Old Vic Theatre, London, England, 1974. Foster, No Man's Land, National Theatre Company, Old Vic Theatre and Wyndham's Theatre, London, England, 1975. The Man Himself, ICA Theatre and Young Vic Theatre, both London, England, 1975. Raymond, Watch It Come Down, National Theatre Company, Old Vic Theatre, 1976. Mercutio, Romeo and Juliet, Shaw Theatre, London, England, 1976. Nick, What the Butler Saw, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, England, 1976-77. Henry, The Skin of Our Teeth, Royal Exchange Theatre, 1976-77. llyaTelegin, Uncle Vanya, Royal Exchange Theatre, 1976-77. Roland Maule, Present Laughter, Royal Exchange Theatre, 1976-77. Bobby, American Buffalo, National Theatre Company, Cottesloe Theatre, London, England, 1978. Renfield, Passion of Dracula, Queen's Theatre, London, England, 1978. Dave, On the Out, Bush Theatre, London, England, 1978. Mayhew, Dispatches, Cottesloe Theatre, 1979. Bernie, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, London, England, 1984.

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Billy, Carousel, Royal Exchange Theatre, 1984. Peter Verkhovensky, The Possessed, Almeida Theatre, London, England, 1985. Card dealer, Prairie du Chlen, Theatre Upstairs, 1986. Charles, The Shawl, Theatre Upstairs, 1986. Joe Con ran, Ourselves Alone, Royal Court Theatre, London, England, 1986. Ivanov, Every Good Boy Deserves Favour, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, England, 1987. Thomas Becket, Murder in the Cathedral, Royal Shakespeare Company, The Pit, London, England, 1994. Duke, Measure for Measure, Royal Shakespeare Company, Barbican Theatre, London, England, 1995. Title role, Faust, Royal Shakespeare Company, The Pit, 1996.

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Major Tours: Dave, On the Out, British cities, 1978. Film Appearances: Jim, / Start Counting, United Artists, 1969. Friend, Private Road, Maya, 1971. Silvestro, Brother Sun, Sister Moon (also known as Fratello sole, sorella luna), Paramount, 1971. Jeff, 5weet Virgin, 1974. Photographer, Hardcore (also known as The Hardcore Life), Columbia, 1979. (As Mickey Feast) Nick Dryden, The Music Machine, Norfolk, 1979. Cody, McVicar, Crown, 1982. The Statue, The Draughtsman's Contract, United Artists, 1982. Veteran cameraman, Riders of the Storm (also known as The American Way), Miramax, 1988. The Contract, 1989. Mr. Edwin, The Fool, Barcino Barcino Films, 1990. Cecil, The Velvet Goldmine, Miramax, 1998. Hermes, Prometheus, Channel 4 Films, 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Commander Enwright, Touching Evil, Anglia Television, 1997. Television Appearances; Movies: Chris Phillips, Resnick: Lonely Hearts, [Great Britain], 1992. Delario, The Tribe, BBC, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: The Lady from the Sea, 1974. Tomlinson, "Clarissa/' BBC, 1992, broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1992.

Music for Films: Private Road, Maya, 1971. Writings for the Stage: Author of the play All the Way. *

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Surname is pronounced "fe/t-shoe"; born December 27, 1952, in New York, NY; daughter of Sidney (a lawyer) and Lillian (Kaplan) Feldshuh; married Andrew Harris-Levy (a lawyer), March 20, 1977; children: two. Education: Sarah Lawrence College, B.A.; attended the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; studied for the theatre with Uta Hagen and Jacques Lecoq. Addresses: /Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. Guthrie Theatre Company, Minneapolis, MN, member of the company, 1971-73; Stage/ West, West Springfield, MA, member of the company, 1973-74; American Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, CT, member of the company, 1976; National Shakespeare Festival, San Diego, CA, member of company, 1980 and 1981; Mirror Repertory Company, New York City, member of company, 1985-86.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Awards, Honors: Obie Award and Drama Desk Award—special mention, both 1975, for Vent/, the Yeshiva Boy; Drama Desk Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, Theatre World Award, and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actress in a Broadway play, all 1976, for Vent/; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding continuing performance by a supporting actress in a drama series, 1978, for Holocaust; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, outstanding performance by an actress in a Broadway musical, 1979, for Sarava!; DramaLogue Awards, outstanding achievement in the theatre, 1980 and 1981; Drama Desk Award, best featured actress in a play, 1989, for Lend Me a Tenor; Friendship Award and Peace Medal from the government of Israel; Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Bit parts, Cyrano de Bergerac, Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, 1971. Foodseller and nun, Cyrano (musical), Palace Theatre, New York City, 1973. Adrian's self-image, Brainchild, Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia, PA, 1974. Myriam, Dreyfus in Rehearsal, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1974. Title role, Yentl, the Yeshiva Boy, Brooklyn Academy of Music Playhouse, Brooklyn, NY, 197475, produced as Yentl, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, 1975-76. Straws in the Wind, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1975. Rodgers and Hart, Helen Hayes Theatre, New York City, 1975. Abigail Williams, The Crucible, American Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, CT, 1976. Celia, As You Like It, American Shakespeare Theatre, 1976. Irina Prozoroff, Three Sisters, Brooklyn Academy of Music Playhouse, New York City, 1977. The Torchbearers, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ, 1977-78. Dona Flor, Sarava!, Mark Hellinger Theatre, then Broadway Theatre, both New York City, 1979. VIP Night on Broadway, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1979. Juliet, Romeo and ]uliet, Old Globe Theatre, San Diego, CA, 1980. Isabella, Measure for Measure, Old Globe Theatre, 1981. Margery Pinchwife, The Country Wife, Old Globe Theatre, 1981.

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A Touch of Tovah, Old Globe Theatre, 1981. Regina, Another Part of the Forest, Center Theatre Group, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1981-82. Kate Hardcastle, 5he Stoops to Conquer, Roundabout/Triplex Theatre, New York City, 1984. Mrs. Jelliwell, Springtime for Henry, Roundabout/ Christian C. Yegen Theatre, New York City, 1985. The Time of Your Life, Theatre at St. Peter's Church, New York City, 1986. A Shayna Maidel, Philadelphia Drama Guild Theatre, Philadelphia, PA, 1986-87. Bobbi Michele, The Last of the Red Hot Lovers, American Jewish Theatre, New York City, 1988. Mirandolina, The Mistress of the Inn, Roundabout/ Christian C. Yegen Theatre, 1988. Maria Merelli, Lend Me a Tenor, Morris Mechanic Theatre, Baltimore, MD, then Royale Theatre, New York City, 1989. He//o Muddah, Hello Fadduh, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1993. The Best of the West, Symphony Space, New York City, 1993. Bessie Burger, Awake and Sing!, Jewish Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1995. Tovah: Out of Her Mind!, Playhouse 91, New York City, 1996. Stella Alder, Names, American Jewish Theatre, 1997. Tallulah Bankhead, Tallulah's Party, Kaufman Theatre, New York City, 1998. Appeared in solo shows at the Guthrie Theatre, 1980 and 1981; also appeared in Children of the Sun. Major Tours: Title role, Peter Pan, U.S. cities, 1978. Film Appearances: Michelle, Nunzio, Universal, 1978. K. D. Locke, Cheaper to Keep Her, American Cinema, 1980. Brenda Roberts, The Idolmaker, United Artists, 1980. Linda Mindish, Daniel, Paramount, 1983. Voice of the older Jane, S/7ver Bullet (also known as Stephen King's Silver Bullet and Cycle of the Werewolf), Paramount, 1985. Marilyn, Brewster's Millions, Universal, 1985. Detective Vera Quinn, Blue Iguana, Paramount, 1988. Emma Kublitz, En Dag/ Oktober (also known as A Day in October), Castle Hill, 1992. Voice of Aunt Sarah, Zlateh the goat, and the matchmaker, Die Schelme von Schelm (also known as Aaron's Magic Village and Le monde est un grand chelm; animated), Columbia/TriStar, 1995.

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Trouble, 1995. Victoria Stevens, Comfortably Numb, Meistrich Corporation, 1995. Charlotte, Hudson River Blues, Silverline Pictures/ Gun for Hire Films, 1997. Angie Cedars, Charlie Hoboken, Northern Arts Entertainment, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Dr. Deena Hertz, Mariah (also known as Mariah State, Mariah State Prison, and Equations), ABC, 1987. Dr. Bethany Rose, As the World Turns, CBS, 1994. Television Appearances; Movies: Agnes Thornton, Scream, Pretty Peggy, ABC, 1973. Katharine Hepburn, The Amazing Howard Hughes, CBS, 1977. Jeannie Devereux, Terror out of the Sky (also known as The Revenge of the Savage Bees), CBS, 1978. Monika Wolner, Beggarman, Thief, NBC, 1979. Florence, The Triangle Factory Fire Scandal, NBC, 1979. Iso, The Women's Room, ABC, 1980. Iva Schlesinger, Citizen Cohn (also known as Rules of Misconduct: The Roy Cohn Story), HBO, 1992. Greta, Montana, HBO, 1997. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Helena Slomova, Holocaust, NBC, 1978. Eleanor, Love and Betrayal: The Mia Farrow Story (also known as Mia: Child of Hollywood), Fox, 1995. Mrs. Rubenstein, A Will of Their Own, NBC, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: Hot Properties, 1985. "Ida Wells Barnett," An American Portrait, CBS, 1986. Mrs. Carr, "All That Glitters/7 ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1990. Narrator, Dosvedanya Means Goodbye, PBS, 1990. Talia, Saying Kaddish, ABC, 1991. Denise Warshak, "Sexual Considerations/' CBS Schoolbreak Specials, CBS, 1992. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Trapped/' Cibbsville, NBC, 1976. "Raped Fire/' Serpico, NBC, 1976. "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall/' Family, ABC, 1977. Veronica Kidd, "The Heartbreak Kid," The Bob NewhartShow, CBS, 1977. "Circle of Treachery," Barnaby ]ones, CBS, 1977.

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FERGUSON, J. Don PERSONAL Born in Savannah, GA. Addresses: /Agent—Atlanta Models and Talent, 2970 Peachtree Road, NW, Suite 660, Atlanta, GA 30305. Career: Actor. Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Radio and Television Artists. CREDITS Film Appearances: Lieutenant Luther Baker, The Lincoln Conspiracy, Sunn Classic, 1977.

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Murder in Mississippi, NBC, 1990. Honcho, Vestige of Honor, CBS, 1990. General Harrison, The Rose and the jackal, TNT, 1990. 1st Man at Bar, When Will I Be Loved?, NBC, 1990. James Biasingame, 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. Bob Smith, Nightmare in Columbia County, CBS, 1991. In the Line of Duty: Street War, NBC, 1992. Harold Graham, A Kiss to Die For, NBC, 1993. Davis Vernon, Linda, USA Network, 1993. Wendy Blevins, Big Dreams & Broken Hearts: The Dottle West Story, CBS, 1995. Bob Pryor, Never Cive Up: The jimmy V Story, CBS, 1996. Television Appearances; Series: T.J. Catlin, The Catlins, TBS, 1982-84. Television Appearances; Episodic: The Reverend Haskell, In the Heat of the Night, CBS, 1988. Kevin Riley, In the Heat of the Night, CBS, 1991. Reverend Wishard, In the Heat of the Night, CBS, 1992. Harry Saunders, I'll Fly Away, NBC, 1992. Dr. Liam Kettering, The Monroes, ABC, 1995. Doctor No. 1, Savannah, The WB, 1996. Senator Stephen Young, From the Earth to the Moon, HBO, 1998. Appeared in episodes of Matlock and Texas.*

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Born February 26, 1943, in Macerata, Italy. Addresses: Manager—Sandra Marsh Management, 9150 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 220, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Production designer. Awards, Honors: Film Strip in Gold (with Rainer Schaper), German Film Awards, outstanding individual achievement: production design, 1987, for The Name of the Rose; Academy Award nomination (with Francesca LoSchiavo), best art direction-set decoration, 1990, for The Adventures of Baron Munchausen;

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Academy Award nomination, best art direction-set direction, 1991, for Hamlet; Academy Award nomination (with Robert J. Franco), best art direction-set direction, 1994, for The Age of Innocence; Academy Award nomination (with Francesca LoSchiavo), best art direction-set decoration, 1995, for Interview with the Vampire; Academy Award nominations, best art direction-set decoration (with Francesca LoSchiavo), and best costume design, both 1998, for Kundun. CREDITS Film Work; Production Designer, Unless Otherwise Noted: // vangelo secondo Matteo (also known as The Cospel According to St. Matthew and L'evangile selon saint Matthieu), Arco Film, 1964. Assistant music arranger, // campagno Don Camillo (also known as Don Camillo en Russie), Francoriz Production/Rizzoli Film, 1965. Assistant art director, Lo sbarco di Anzio, [Italy], 1968. (With NicholaTamburro) Medea, New Line Cinema, 1971. // Decamerone (also known as The Decameron), United Artists, 1971. The Working Class Coes to Heaven (also known as La classe opera/a va in paradiso and Lulu the Tool), Euro-International Films, 1971. 5batt/ // mostro in prima pagina, [Italy], 1972. The Canterbury Tales (also known as / racconti di Canterbury), United Artists, 1972. Storie scellerate, [Italy], 1973. // fiore della mille e una notte (also known as Arabian Nights, Flower of the Arabian Nights, and A Thousand and One Nights), United Artists, 1974. Delitto d'amore (also known as Somewhere beyond Love), Documento Film, 1974. Crime of Love, Documento Film, 1974. The Night Porter, Avco-Embassy, 1974. Dio mio, come sono caduta in basso!, [Italy], 1974. Till Marriage Do Us Part (also known as How Low Can You Fall?), Franklin Media, 1974. Salo, or, The One Hundred Days of Sodom (also known as Salo, o, le 120 giornate di Sodoma and Salo, ou, les 120 journees de Sodome), Zebra, 1975. Toc/o mocfo, [Italy], 1976. // casotto (also known as Casotto, The Beach Hut, and In the Beach House), [Italy], 1977. // gatto (also known as The Cat and Qui a We le chat?), Rafran Cinematografica, 1978. Eutanasia di un amore (also known as Break Up), [Italy], 1978.

Bye Bye Monkey (also known as Ciao maschio and Reve de singe), Fida, 1978. Orchestra Rehearsal (also known as Prova d'orchestra), New Yorker, 1979. City of Women (also known as La citta delle donne), New Yorker, 1980. II minestrone, [Italy], 1980. Lapelle, Triumph/Columbia, 1981. Oltra la porta, [Italy], 1982. Desire (also known as Desiderio), Hemisphere, 1983. La nuit de Varennes (also known as La notte di Varennes), Triumph/Columbia, 1983. Tales of Ordinary Madness (also known as Storie di ordinaria follia), Fred Baker Films, 1983. E la nave va (also known as And the Ship Sails On and Et vogue le navire), VIDES, 1983, Triumph/ Columbia, 1984. Pianoforte, [Italy], 1984. // future e donna (also known as The Future Is a Woman), [Italy, France, and West Germany (now Germany)], 1984. Le bon roi Dagobert (also known as Dagobert), Filmedis, 1984. And set designer, Ginger e Fred (also known as G/nger and Fred), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1986. (With Rainer Schaper) The Name of the Rose (also known as // nome della rosa, Der Name der Rose, and Le nom de la rose), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986. (With Francesca LoSchiavo) The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (also known as DieAbenteuer des Baron von Muenchhausen), TriStar, 1989. Lo zio indegno, [Italy], 1989. Art designer, set designer, and scenographer, The Voice of the Moon (also known as La voce della /una), Cecchi Gori, 1989. Hamlet, Warner Bros., 1990. (With Wolfgang Hundhammer) Dr. M (also known as Club Extinction and Docteur M.), Prism Entertainment, 1990. (With Francesca LoSchiavo) The Sleazy Uncle, Quartet Films, 1991. (With Robert J. Franco) The Age of Innocence, Columbia, 1993. (With Francesca LoSchiavo) Interview with the Vampire, Warner Bros., 1994. Casino, Universal, 1995. (With Francesca LoSchiavo) And costume designer, Kundun, Buena Vista, 1997. Meet Joe Black (also known as Death Takes a Vacation), Universal, 1998. Bringing out the Dead, Paramount, 1999. Titus (also known as Titus Andronicus), Overseas FilmGroup, 1999.

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Periodicals: Insight on the News, May 1, 1995, p. 26. TO, February, 1995, pp. 28-31.*

Voice of Rameses, The Prince of Egypt (animated), DreamWorks, 1998. Ignatz/lvan/Adam Sonnenschein, The Taste of Sunshine (also known as Sunshine), Alliance Pictures, forthcoming. Eugene Onegin, Onegin (also known as Eugene Onegin), Seven Arts, forthcoming. Maurice Bendrix, The End of the Affair, Columbia/ Sony Pictures, forthcoming.

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Film Work; Producer: Onegin (also known as Eugene Onegin), Seven Arts, forthcoming.

Television Work; Production Designer; Miniseries: // segreto del Sahara, [Italy, Switzerland, and West Germany (now Germany)], 1987. OTHER SOURCES

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Name is pronounced "Rafe Fines;" full name, Ralph Nathanial Fiennes; born December 22, 1962, in Suffolk, England; son of Mark (a farmer and photographer) and Jennifer "Jini" (a writer; maiden name, Lash) Fiennes; married Alex Kingston (an actress), 1993 (divorced, 1997). Education: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, graduated, 1985; also attended Chelsea College of Art and Design. Addresses: Agent—Larry Dalzell Associates, 91 Regent St., London W1R 7TB, England. Career: Actor and producer. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award, New York Film Critics' Award, and Academy Award, best supporting actor, all 1994, all for Schindler's List; Antoinette Perry Award, best actor in a play, and Theatre World Award, outstanding new talent, both 1995, for Hamlet. CREDITS Film Appearances: Heathcliff, Wuthering Heights (also known as Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights), Paramount, 1991. Amon Goeth, Schindler's List, Universal, 1993. Bishop's son, The Baby of Macon, Channel 4 Films, 1993. Charles Van Doren, Quiz Show, Buena Vista, 1994. Lenny Nero, Strange Days, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1995. Count Almasy, the title role, The English Patient, Miramax, 1996. Oscar Hopkins and Oscar's great-grandson, Oscar and Lucinda, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. John Steed, The Avengers, Warner Bros., 1998.

Television Appearances; Movies: T. E. Lawrence, "A Dangerous Man: Lawrence after Arabia," Great Performances, PBS, 1992. Michael, "Prime Suspect," Mystery!, PBS, 1992. John Talbot, The Cormorant, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: Voice of Wilfred Owen, The Great War and the Shaping of the Twentieth Century, PBS, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: Voice of Nicholas, Last of the Czars, The Discovery Channel, 1996. Stage Appearances: Twelfth Night, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, London, 1985. Ring around the Moon, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, London, 1985. Lysander, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, London, 1985 and 1986. Romeo, Romeo and Juliet, Open Air Theatre, 1986. Son, 5/x Characters in Search of an Author, Royal National Theatre, London, 1987. Arkady, Fathers and Sons, Royal National Theatre, 1987. Lisha Ball, Ting Tang Mine, Royal National Theatre, 1987. Henry VI, The Plantagenets, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1988. Claudio, Much Ado about Nothing, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1988. Cant, Playing with Trains, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1989. Troilus, Troilus and Cressida, Royal Shakespeare Company, London, 1990. Edmund, King Lear, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1990. Bert Jefferson, The Man Who Came to Dinner, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, 1991.

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Hamlet, Hamlet, Almeida Theatre, London, then Hackney Empire Theatre, later Belasco Theatre, New York City, all 1995. Ivanov, Almeida Theatre, 1997. Appeared in the title role, Henry VI, and as Berowne, Love's Labour's Lost, both Royal Shakespeare Company. Appeared as Theseus and Oberon in A Midsummer Night's Dream, New Shakespeare Company's European Tour and the Dauphin in King John. Also appeared in repertory in England. RECORDINGS Audiotapes: Read the audiotape versions of The English Patient, Oscar and Luanda, and Man and Superman. WRITINGS Author of an essay on Henry VI in Players of Shakespeare 3, edited by Russell Jackson, Cambridge University Pess, 1994. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Los Angeles, November, 1997, p. 102.*

FISCHER, Takayo (Takayo Doran) PERSONAL Born on November 25, in Hardwick, CA; daughter ofChukuroand KinkoTsubouchi; married Sy Fischer, November 29, 1980; children: Toya Gabeler, John Howland Doran, Juliet Doran. Education: Attended Rollins College, 1951-53. Addresses: Contact—10590 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1601, Los Angeles, CA 90024. Career: Actress. Appeared with the East West Players. Awards, Honors: DramaLogue Award, 1988, for Tea. CREDITS Stage Appearances: The World of Suzie Wong, New York City, 1958.

Setsuko Banks, Tea, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1987, then Old Globe Theatre, San Diego, CA, 1988, later Syracuse Stage, Syracuse, NY, 1991-92. Nurse, grandmother, bath woman, and fortuneteller, Mothers, Crossroads Theatre Company, New Brunswick, NJ, 1992-93. Also appeared in The Happy Bar, off-Broadway production, New York City; Sayonara, Alex Theatre; Canton Jazz Club and Into the Woods, both East West Players; To Sir with Love, Musical Workshop; and Mothers, Los Angeles Theatre Works, Los Angeles, CA. Film Appearances: (As Takayo Doran) Rollercoaster, Universal, 1977. (As Takayo Doran) When Time Ran Out, Warner Bros., 1980. Chiyo, The Wash, 1988. Jake's nurse, Dad, Universal, 1989. Bank teller, Pacific Heights, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. Mama Yamaguchi, Showdown in Little Tokyo, Warner Bros., 1991. Mrs. Seki, The Dangerous, Orion Home Video, 1994. Television Appearances; Movies: Okaasan, American Geisha (also known as Geisha), CBS, 1986. Mrs. Chau, Based on an Untrue Story, Fox, 1993. Mrs. Yu, Blood Run, 1994. Dr. Emily Weiss, Baby Brokers (also known as Stolen Hearts), NBC, 1994. Also appeared in Father Damien—Leper Priest, Flight of the Enola Gay, and The Franken Project. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Madame Binh, Internal Affairs, CBS, 1988. Television Appearances; Episodic: Voice, Mr. T (animated), NBC, 1983. Liu Chin, "Such Good Friends/' Fame, syndicated, 1986. Voice, The Flintstone Kids (also known as Captain Caveman and Sons; animated), ABC, 1986. Ms. Wong, Beverly Hills, 90210 (also known as 902/0), Fox, 1991. Mother, Minor Adjustments, NBC, 1995. Miss Hamilton, High Incident, ABC, 1996.*

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Born October 29, 1965, in Burbank, CA; daughter of Eddie Fisher (a singer) and Connie Stevens (an actress and singer); sister of Tricia Leigh Fisher (an actress and singer); married Christopher Duddy (a cinematographer), December 31, 1996. Education: Attended the University of Paris and Emerson College. Addresses: Agent—The Gersh Agency, 232 North Cannon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Actress and singer. Appeared in nightclubs and stage shows, including performances in Las Vegas, NV; performed for U.S. military troops in the Persian Gulf and for U.S. president George Bush and Barbara Bush at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC. Appeared in advertisements for Primestar. Also worked as a receptionist and in an ice cream parlor. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a series, miniseries, or motion picture, 1998, for Ellen. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Paige Clark, Ellen (also known as These Friends of Mine), ABC, 1994-98. Voice of Lana Lang, Superman (animated), The WB, 1996. Television Appearances; Movies: Stacy, The Companion, [cable], 1994. Rita Moreno, Jitters, Lifetime, 1997. Sandy, Seduction in a Small Town (also known as Harvest of Lies), ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Bob Hope's USO Christmas from the Persian Gulf: Around the World in Eight Days, NBC, 1988. Rosalie, Mulberry Street, CBS, 1990. Kris Stone, "Dedicated to the One I Love/' CBS Schoolbreak Specials, CBS, 1991. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1994. Voice of Princess Pamina, "The Magic Flute" (animated), ABC Weekend Specials, ABC, 1994. The Ultimate TV Trivia Challenge, ABC, 1995.

Caesar's Palace 39th Anniversary Celebration, 1996. Celebrity Weddings InStyle, Lifetime, 1998. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 6 / s t Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1989. Family Film Awards, 1996. The 53rd Annual Golden Globe Awards, 1996. The 24th Annual American Music Awards, 1997. The 12th Annual American Comedy Awards, 1998. Host, The 1998 Genesis Awards, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Bambi, Blossom, NBC, 1991. Paula Webb, The Co/den Pa/ace, CBS, 1992. Amy, "Out of Body," The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 1996. Jill, "Caroline and the Ex-Wife," Caroline in the City, NBC, 1996. Paige Clark, Grace under Fire (also known as Grace under Pressure), ABC, 1996. Paige Clark, Coach, ABC, 1996. Guest host, The Vicki Lawrence Show (also known as Fox after Breakfast), Fox, 1996. Paige Clark, "Drew Gets Married," The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1997. Also appeared as a teacher, Growing Pains, ABC. Film Appearances: -Pretty Smart, New World, 1986. Susan, Mixed Nuts, TriStar, 1994. Female D. Person, I'll Do Anything, Columbia, 1994. Maggie, The Mask, New Line Cinema, 1994. Stage Appearances: Betty Rizzo, Grease, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, 1995. RECORDINGS Albums: Recorded (with Connie Stevens and Tricia Leigh Fisher) Traditions . . . a Family at Christmas. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, February 28, 1994, pp. 71-72. TV Guide, March 11, 1995, pp. 20-22.*

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FOX, VivicaA. 1964PERSONAL Born July 30, 1964, in South Bend, IN; raised in Indianapolis; daughter of William (a private school administrator) and Everlyena (a pharmaceutical technician) Fox; married Christopher "Sixx-Nine" Harvest (a singer), December 19, 1998. Education: Golden West College, A.A. (social sciences). Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. ManagerMagic Johnson Entertainment, 9100 West Tower, Suite 1060, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress and producer. Sometimes credited as Vivica Fox. Worked as a model in New York City. Awards, Honors: Shared MTV Movie Award (with Will Smith), best kiss, and MTV Movie Award nomination, best breakthrough performance, both 1996, for Independence Day; Image Award nomination, outstanding lead actress in a motion picture, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and MTV Movie Award nomination, best female performance, both 1997, for Soul Food; Image Award nomination, outstanding lead actress in a comedy series, 1999, for Getting Personal. CREDITS Film Appearances: Hooker, Born on the Fourth of July, Universal, 1989. Jasmine Dubrow, Independence Day (also known as ID4), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Frankie, Set It Off, New Line Cinema, 1996. Ashtray's mother, Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood (also known as Don't Be a Menace), Miramax, 1996. Ms. B. Haven, Batman and Robin, Warner Bros., 1997. Maxine, Sou/ Food, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Lysterine, Booty Call, Columbia, 1997. Elizabeth Waters, Why Do Fools Fall in Love?, Warner Bros., 1998. Ms. Gold, the guidance counselor, Killing Mrs. Tingle, Dimension Films, 1999. Debi, Idle Hands, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1999. Thirty Wishes, Buena Vista, forthcoming. Also appeared in A Lowdown Dirty Shame.

Television Appearances; Series: Maya Davis, Generations, NBC, 1989-91. Charisse Chamberlain, Out All Night, NBC, 1992. Dr. Stephanie Simmons, The Young and the Restless, CBS, 1995. Vivian Deveaux Atwood, Arsenio, ABC, 1997. Robyn Buckley, Getting Personal (also known as Personal Days and The Way We Work), Fox, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Emily Franklin, "Living Dolls/' Who's the Boss?, ABC, 1989. Janet, Jazz's sister, The fresh Prince of Bel-Air, NBC, 1991. Sherice Ashe, "Ashes to Ashes/' Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1991. Halawna, Family Matters, ABC, 1991. Patrice, Martin, Fox, 1994. The Watcher, UPN, 1995. Mad TV, Fox, 1995. Tina, "Do You Take This Man's Wallet?/' Living Single, Fox, 1996. Also appeared in episodes of China Beach; Days of Our Lives; and Matlock, ABC. Television Appearances; Movies: Charlene, The Tuskegee Airmen, HBO, 1995. Sara Anderson, In Your Shoes, ABC, 1999. Television Appearances; Specials: Roxie, In the House, NBC, 1991. TV Guide's Best Dressed, E! Entertainment Television, 1998. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The /7th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 1990. The 1997 ESPY Awards, 1997. Presenter, The NAACP Image Awards, 1998. Host, The 1998 Essence Awards, 1998. Presenter, The 6th Annual Trumpet Awards, 1998. Television Work; Series: Producer, Getting Personal (also known as Personal Days and The Way We Work), Fox, 1998. Stage Appearances: Appeared in Generations of the Dead and In the Abyss of Coney Island, both at Taper Too Theatre, Los Angeles.

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Videos: Appeared as wicked stepsister number one, Big Bad Mamma, a music video by Foxy Brown.

Television Work; Series: Creator and executive producer, Birdland, ABC, 1994. WRITINGS

OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Black Biography, Volume 15, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1997. Periodicals: Ebony, October, 1997, p. 76. Essence, June, 1997, p. 68. Jet, July 7, 1997, p. 28; February 2, 1998, p. 16. Newsweek, January 12, 1998, p. 58. People Weekly, November 11, 1996, pp. 113-114; May 12, 1997, p. 108.

Screenplays: Dead Again, Paramount, 1991. Little Man Tate, Orion, 1991. Malice, Columbia, 1993. Get Shorty, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists,

1995. Heaven's Prisoners, New Line Cinema, 1996. Out of Sight, Universal, 1998. (Uncredited) Saving Private Ryan, DreamWorks SKG, 1998. (Uncredited) Entrapment, Twentieth Century-Fox,

1999. Electronic: The Official Vivica A. Fox Web Site, http:// www.vivicafox.com.*

Stories for Films: (As A. Scott Frank) Plain Clothes, Paramount, 1988.

Teleplays; Series: (With others) Birdland, ABC, 1994. FRANK, A. Scott See FRANK, Scott

Teleplays; Episodic: "Dead-End for Delia/' Fallen Angels, Showtime, 1993.

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OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: New York Times, September 1, 1991, p. H14.

Born in 1960; raised in northern California. Education: Graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara. FRICKER, Brenda 1945Addresses: /Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

PERSONAL Born February 17, 1945, in Dublin, Ireland.

Career: Writer and producer. Career: Actress. Member: Writers Guild of America. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nomination, best screenplay—motion picture, and Writers Guild of America Award nomination, best screenplay based on material previously produced or published, both 1996, for Get Shorty.

Awards, Honors: Academy Award, best supporting actress, Montreal World Film Festival, special mention, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture, all 1989, for My Left Foot; Genie Award nomination, for Swann.

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CREDITS Film Appearances: Of Human Bondage, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1964. Sinful Davey, United Artists, 1969. Bridey, The Ballroom of Romance, 1982. Nurse, Bloody Kids, Palace/British Film Institute, 1983. The Woman Who Married Clark Cable (short film), 1985. Mrs. Brown, My Left Foot (also known as My Left Foot: The Story of Christy Brown), Miramax, 1989. Maggie McCabe, The Field, Avenue, 1990. Marta, Utz, First Run Features/Castle Hill, 1992. Pigeon lady, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992. May Mackenzie, So / Married an Axe Murderer, TriStar, 1993. Iris Greenwood, Deadly Advice, Rosebud Communications Releasing, 1993. Lily Byrne, A Man of No Importance, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1994. Maggie Nelson, Angels in the Outfield (also known as Angels), Buena Vista, 1994. Rose Hindmarch, Swann, Norstar Releasing, 1996. Mrs. Mazzawatti, Moll Flanders, Twentieth CenturyFox/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1996. Ethel Twitty, A Time to Kill, Warner Bros., 1996. Principal Claire Maloney, Masterminds (also known as Smart Alec), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997. Dorcas Kelly, Resurrection Man, PolyGram, 1997. Annie Ryan, Painted Angels (also known as The Wicked, Wicked West), Lions Gate Films, 1998. Pete's Meteor (also known as Meteor), [Canada], 1998. The General (also known as / Once Had a Life), Sony Pictures Classics, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Alison, Quartermass (also known as The Quartermass Conclusion), Euston Films, 1978. Megan Roach, Casualty, BBC, 1986.

Television Appearances; Movies: High Kampf, 1973. Your Man from 6 Counties, 1976. Eileen Graham, Licking Hitler, 1977. Aunt Draycott, Exploits at West Poley, 1985. Seekers, [Great Britain], 1992. Lottie, "Journey/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1995. Television Appearances: Miniseries: Sister Agnes, Brides of Christ, Arts and Entertainment, 1993. Eliza, Alexander Graham Bell: The Sound and the Silence (also known as The Sound and the Silence and The Sound and the Silence: The Alexander Graham Bell Story), TNT, 1993. Mother Steed, A Woman of Independent Means, NBC, 1995. Television Appearances; Specials: The 63rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1991. Vinnie, "Lethal Innocence" (also know as "The Vermont/Cambodia Story"), American Playhouse, PBS, 1991. Movie News Hot Summer Sneak Preview, CBS, 1994. Voice, The Irish in America (also known as Out of Ireland), PBS, 1994. Also appeared in The House of Bernarda Alba. Television Appearances; Episodic: Megan Roach, "Everlasting Love, Part One," Casualty, BBC, 1998. Megan Roach, "Everlasting Love, Part Two," Casualty, BBC, 1998. Stage Appearances: Appeared on stage in productions with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Royal Court Theatre, and the National Theatre, all London, England.*

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GANDOLFINI James PERSONAL Born In Westwood, NJ. Education: Graduated from Rutgers University. Career: Actor. CREDITS Film Appearances: Tony Baldessari, A Stranger Among Us (also known as Closer to Eden), Buena Vista, 1992. Mike, Mr. Wonderful, Warner Bros., 1993. Billy Coyle, Money for Nothing, Buena Vista, 1993. Virgil, True Romance, Warner Bros., 1993. Vinnie, Angle, Buena Vista, 1994. Ben Pinkwater, Terminal Velocity, Buena Vista, 1994. Italian Movie, 1994. Will Caberra, The New World (also known as Le nouveau monde), 1995. Lieutenant Bobby Dougherty, Crimson Tide, Buena Vista, 1995. Bear, Get Shorty, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1995. Eddie, The Juror, Columbia, 1996. Kiefer, She's So Lovely (also known as She's De Lovely and Call It Love), Miramax, 1997. Joey Allegretto, Night Falls on Manhattan, Paramount, 1997. Dumas, Perdita Durango, Sogepaq Distribucion, 1997. Wild Flowers, 1998. Kenny Kane, The Mighty, Miramax, 1998. Lou, Fallen, Warner Bros., 1998. Al Love, A Civil Action, Buena Vista, 1998. Eddie Poole, 8MM (also known as Eight Millimeter), Columbia, 1999.

Television Appearances; Movies: Juror number 6, 12 Angry Men, Showtime, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Walter, Gun, ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Series: Anthony "Tony" Soprano, The Sopranos, HBO, 1999. Stage Appearances: (Broadway debut) Steve Hubbell, A Streetcar Named Desire, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1992. Also appeared in Tarantula's Dancing, Samuel Beckett Theatre; On the Waterfront, Broadway production; One Day Wonder, Actors' Studio; and Summer Winds, Naked Angels.*

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Original name, Brad Gerstenfeld; born April 14, 1960, in Oxnard, CA; son of Al (in sales) and Barbara (a homemaker) Gerstenfeld; married Jill Diven; children: Maxwell. Education: Attended the University of California, Los Angeles. Addresses: /Agent—Metropolitan Talent Agency, 4526 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010. Career: Actor and comedian. Appeared as a standup comedian at Sally's Park Place, Trump Plaza, the Sands, and Harrah's, as well as Radio City Music Hall, New York City. Appeared in commercials. Also worked as a disc jockey and a waiter. Opening act for Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., Liza Minneli,

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Julio Iglesias, The Righteous Brothers, Smokey Robinson, Crystal Gayle, The Temptations, and David Copperfield.

Assassin, Don King: Only in America, HBO, 1997. Voice of Grin, The Mighty Ducks: The First Face-Off (animated), 1998.

Awards, Honors: Comedy grand championship winner, Star Search, c. 1984; named Best Comedy Act, Las Vegas Review Journal, 1989; Viewers Quality Television Award nomination, best supporting actor in a comedy series, 1998, for Everybody Loves Raymond; named by People Weekly as one of the top ten best new comedians.

Television Appearances; Specials: Voice, Eek! the Cat Christmas Special (animated), Fox, 1993. Siegfried and Roy: Masters of the Impossible (animated), Fox, 1996. Robert, Sea World and Busch Gardens Adventures: Alien Vacation!, CBS, 1997. Host, Microage Fiesta Bowl Parade, 1997.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: The Transformers (also known as Transformers: 2010; animated), syndicated, 1985. Voice of Hulk Hogan, Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wresting/ (animated), CBS, 1985. Frank Dutton, First Impressions (also known as Just Like You and Me and Sounds Like), CBS, 1988. Voice of Rosinante, The Adventures of Don Coyote andSancho Panda (animated), syndicated, 1990. Voice of Whitebeard, Where's Waldo? (animated), CBS, 1991. Voice, 5pacecats (animated), NBC, 1991. Eek! the Cat (also known as Eek! and the Terrible Thunderlizards and Eekfstravaganza; animated), Fox, 1992. Voice of Big Dog, 2 Stupid Dogs (animated), 1993. Voice of Greasepit, Biker Mice from Mars (animated), syndicated, 1993. Alex Chosek, The Pursuit of Happiness (also known as The Way It Goes), NBC, 1995. Voice, What-A-Mess (animated), ABC, 1995. Voice of Noah, Project G.eeK.eR. (also known as Project Geeker; animated), CBS, 1996. Voice of Grin, Mighty Ducks (also known as Disney's Mighty Ducks; animated), ABC and syndicated, 1996. Voice, Casper (also known as Casper the Friendly Ghost; animated), Fox, 1996. Robert Barone, Everybody Loves Raymond, CBS, 1996—. Voice of Magmanamus, Dexter''s Laboratory (animated), The Cartoon Network, 1996—. Voice of Dad Needlemeyer, Nightmare Ned (animated), ABC, 1997. Voice, Steven Spielberg Presents Toonsylvania (also known as Igor), Fox, 1998. Television Appearances; Movies: Voice of Big Rock, Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby (animated), ABC, 1993.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Star Search, syndicated, 1984. Doug, "Pied Piper of Lanford," Roseanne, ABC, 1990. Guest host, Studio 59 (also known as Into the Night), ABC, 1991. Voice of Santa Claus, "Shnookums and Meat/' Marsupilami (animated), CBS, 1993. O'Neill, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, NBC, 1994. Voice of Commissioner Stress, "Pith Possum/' The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show (animated), syndicated, 1995. Voice of Wrongo, "Tex Tinstar," The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show (animated), syndicated, 1995. Reverend Bob, Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (also known as Lois and Clark and The New Adventures of Superman), ABC, 1995. Nurse, Mad about You (also known as Loved by You), NBC, 1995. Tony, "The Bottle Deposit," Seinfeld, NBC, 1996. Voice of Bibbo, "The Main Man," Superman (animated), The WB, 1996. Swat team captain, Murphy Brown, CBS, 1997. Also appeared in TheArsenio Hall Show, syndicated; Evening at the Improv, Arts and Entertainment; StandUp Spotlight, VH1; Sunday Comics, Fox; and The Tonight Show, NBC. Film Appearances: Voice characterization, Jetsons: The Movie (animated), Universal, 1990. Voice of Fatso, Casper, Universal, 1995. Voice of Short Rancor guard, Spy Hard, Buena Vista, 1996. Security guard, George B., Tango West, 1997. The Delicatessen Story, 1997. Jeckyll, Suicide Kings, LIVE Entertainment, 1997. Voice of Dim, A Bug's Life, Buena Vista, 1998. Oren Starks, The Postal Worker, Taos Land and Film Company, 1998.

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Television Work; Producer; Series: Beatrix Potter and Mother Goose, 1988-90. Little Bits V Bytes, 1995-97.

Also appeared in Land of Illusion. RECORDINGS Video Games on CD-ROM: Harry, Fallout, Interplay, 1997.

Television Appearances; Specials: Voice of Alice Mitchell, Dennis the Menace: Mayday for Mother (also known as Mayday for Mother; animated), NBC, 1981. Voice characterization, Marvin: Baby of the Year (also known as Marvin; animated), CBS, 1989.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, September 20, 1996, p. 64; April 11, 1997, pp. 67-68. People Weekly, February 9, 1998, pp. 109-110.*

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1948PERSONAL

Full name, Kathleen M. Carver; born December 13, 1948, in Long Beach, CA; daughter of Hayes Gilbert and Rosemary Carver; married David Travis, May 3, 1981; children: Reid. Education: University of California, Los Angeles, B.A., 1969, M.A., 1971. Addresses: Agent—Tisherman Agency, 6767 Forest Lawn Dr., Suite 101, Los Angeles, CA 90068. Career: Actress and producer. Worked in public relations for Family Services, 1988-93; youth chair for the National Foundation. Member: Screen Actors Guild (member of the board of directors, 1995-96), Humane Society (member of the board of directors, 1990). Awards, Honors: Parents Award, 1968, for Family Affair; Best New Children's Production Award, 1990, for Beatrix Potter and Mother Goose. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: The Patty Duke Show, ABC, 1963-66. Cissy, Family Affair, CBS, 1966-71. Narrator, Beatrix Potter and Mother Goose, 198890. Voice characterization, Little Bits fn' Bytes, 1995-

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Television Appearances; Episodic: "May Day/' Panic, NBC, 1957. "The Boy without a Country/' Mr. Novak, NBC, 1963. "Day of the Pawnees/' The Travels of ]aimie McPheeters, NBC, 1963. "Sparrow on a Wire/' Mr. Novak, NBC, 1964. "The Keefers Come Calling/' The Bing Crosby Show, ABC, 1965. "The Magic Locket," Death Valley Days, syndicated, 1965. "Fathers and Daughters," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1965. "A Gift of Love," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1965. "The Tent Dwellers," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1965. "Going Home," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1965. "In Case of Emergency, Cry Havoc," Ben Casey, ABC, 1966. Laura Haydon, "The Royal Road," The Big Valley, ABC, 1969. "Pick-Up," Adam-12, NBC, 1971. "The Canterville Ghost," The Ghost Busters, CBS, 1975. "Room 3502," Simon and Simon, CBS, 1983. "Hartman vs. Hartman," Divorce Court, syndicated, 1986. Voice characterization, Chuck Norn's Karate /Commandos (animated), syndicated, 1986. Voice characterization, Spiderman and His Amazing Friends (animated), syndicated, 1988. "Ain't Gonna Get It from Me, Jack," Simon and Simon, CBS, 1988. Film Appearances: T// Cry Tomorrow, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1955. Young slave, The Ten Commandments, Paramount, 1956. Noreen, Monkey on My Back, United Artists, 1957. Kiss Me, Stupid, Lopert/United Artists, 1964. Invisible Mom, Concorde Pictures, 1995. WRITINGS Lyrics for Television Series: Beatrix Potter and Mother Goose, 1988-90.

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OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, November 28, 1994, p. 74."

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GIFFORD, Frank

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Full name, Francis Newton Gifford; born August 16, 1930, in Santa Monica, CA; son of Weldon (an oil driller) and Lola Mae (Hawkins) Gifford; married Maxine Avis Ewart (divorced); married Astrid Lindley (divorced); Kathie Lee Johnson, October 18, 1986; children: (first marriage) Jeffrey, Kyle, Victoria; (third marriage) Cody Newton, Cassidy Erin. Education: University of Southern California, B.S., 1956; also attended Bakersfield Junior College. Career: Sports announcer and actor. New York Giants, 1952-64, professional football player; KEROTV, Bakersfield, CA, sportscaster, 1957; WCBS-TV, New York City, sports reporter, 1961-65; CBS, sportscaster, 1965-71; ABC, sportscaster, 1971—. Also appeared in commercials and worked in the oil fields. Member: Society of Multiple Sclerosis (member of the board), Special Olympics (chair of the sportscasting committee, 1974—, and member of the board of directors, 1983—). Awards, Honors: National Football League most valuable player and the Sporting News National Football League player of the year, both 1956; most valuable player, National Football League's Pro Bowl, 1959; National Football League comeback player of the year, DPI, 1962; sportsman of the year, Catholic Youth Organization, 1964; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding sports programming, 1974, for N.F.L Monday Night Football; inductee, National Football Foundation Hall of Fame, 1975; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding sports broadcaster, 1975, for N.F.L. Monday Night Football; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding sports personality, 1976, for N.F.L Monday Night Football and XII Winter Olympics; inductee, Pro Football Hall of Fame, 1977; Emmy Award nominations, outstanding sports

personality, 1979 and 1980; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding sports personality, 1980; Christopher Award, 1984, for Special Olympics coverage on ABC's Wide World of Sports; Career Achievement Award, National Football League Alumni, 1985; Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award, Pro Football Hall of Fame, 1995; Emmy Award, lifetime achievementsports, 1997. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Host, Sunday Sports Spectacular, CBS, 1965-71. Sports announcer and commentator, N.F.L. Monday Night Football (also known as Monday Night Football), ABC, 1971-98. Television Appearances; Specials: Special Olympics Opening Ceremonies, ABC, 1987. Host, Coca-Cola Presents the U.S. Olympic Trials: Heart and Seoul, ABC, 1988. Commentator, Calgary '88: The Olympic Adventure Begins, ABC, 1988. Host (with others), 1988 Winter Olympic Carries, ABC, 1988. Host, ABC's N.F.L. Monday Night Football: 20th Anniversary Special, ABC, 1989. The Television Academy Hall of Fame (also known as The 6th Annual Television Academy Hall of Fame), Fox, 1990. Victory and Valor: A Special Olympics All-Star Celebration (also known as The International Special Olympics All-Star Ga/a), ABC, 1991. Host, ABC's Wide World of Sports 30th Anniversary Special, ABC, 1991.

Commentator, Super Bowl XXV, ABC, 1991. The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1992. Presenter, Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, 1992. Presenter, Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards Presented by Footlocker, 1993. Kathie Lee . . . Looking for Christmas, CBS, 1994. Presenter, Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, 1994. Billy Ray Cyrus: A Year on the Road (also known as A Year in the Life of the Billy Ray), ABC, 1994. The N.F.L at 75: An All-Star Celebration, ABC, 1995. Kathie Lee: Home for Christmas, CBS, 1995. Host, Variety Children's Charity Telethon (also known as 10th Annual Variety Children's Charity Telethon), 1995. Commentator, Super Bowl XXIX, ABC, 1995. Commentator, AFC-NFC Pro Bowl, ABC, 1995. Kathie Lee: Just in Time for Christmas, CBS, 1996. ABC's Wide World of Sports 35th Anniversary Special, ABC, 1996.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Interviewee, Spotlight with Phyllis George, TNN, 1996. Host, ABC's N.F.L Monday Night Football Mania!, ABC, 1996. Plugged In: A Parents' Guide to TV, The Family Channel, 1997. Television Work; Specials: Executive producer, Kathie Lee: ]ust in Time for Christmas, CBS, 1996. Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, Coach, ABC, 1994. Himself, Coach, ABC, 1995. Himself, Spin City (also known as Sp/n), ABC, 1996. Himself, Coach, ABC, 1996. Interviewee, "Art Buchwald: The Wit of Washington," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Also appeared as himself, "Rangeboy," The Adventures of Pete and Pete, Nickelodeon. Television Appearances; Pilots: Appeared in Public Enemy and Turnpike. Film Appearances: Athletic double for Jerry Lewis, That's My Boy, Paramount, 1951. Stanley Pomeroy, The All American (also known as The Winning Way), Universal, 1953. Darby's Rangers, Warner Bros., 1958. Mount, Up Periscope, Warner Bros., 1959. Himself, Paper Lion, United Artists, 1968. Announcer, The World's Greatest Athlete, Buena Vista, 1973. Himself, Two Minute Warning, Universal, 1976. Himself, Viva Knieval! (also known as Seconds to Live), Warner Bros., 1977. Himself, Jerry Maguire, Columbia/TriStar, 1996. Film Work: Technical consultant, The All American (also known as The Winning Way), Universal, 1953. Stuntperson, 5/gn of the Pagan, Universal, 1954. WRITINGS Nonfiction: Frank Cifford's Football Guide Book: Basic Plays and Playing Techniques for Boys, McGraw-Hill (New York City), 1964. Frank Gifford's N.F.L-A.F.L Football Guide, New American Library (New York City), 1968.

Pro Football Guide for 1970, New American Library, 1970. (With Charles Mangel) Giffordon Courage, M. Evans (New York City), and Lippincott (Philadelphia, PA), both 1976. (With Harry Waters) The Whole Ten Yards, Random House (New York City), 1993. OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Authors, Volume 109, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1983. Periodicals: Cosmopolitan, November, 1997, pp. 268-270. Esquire, January, 1995, pp. 30-32; August, 1997, p. 21. Good Housekeeping, August, 1997, pp. 86-89. Ladies Home Journal, February, 1996, pp. 100-101. New Republic, June 9, 1997, pp. 11-12. People Weekly, June 2, 1997, pp. 106-112; June 9, 1997, pp. 84-89. Sporting News, September 5, 1994, pp. S34-S35. Time, May 26, 1997, p. 123; June 2, 1997, pp. 8788; January 26, 1998, p. 25. TV Guide, November 29, 1997, pp. 73-74; February 7, 1998, p. 42.*

GIFFORD, Kathie Lee 1953(Kathie Lee Johnson) PERSONAL Born Kathie Lee Epstein, August 16, 1953, in Paris, France; daughter of Aaron (a naval officer and a musician) and Joan (a singer; maiden name, Cuttell) Epstein; married Paul Johnson (a gospel composer), April 23, 1976 (divorced, 1981; one source says 1979); married Frank Gifford (a sportscaster) October 16, 1986; children: (second marriage) Cody Newton, Cassidy Erin. Education: Attended Oral Roberts University, 1972-76. Religion: Christian. Avocational interests: Charity work, cooking, entertaining, decorating. Addresses: Office—c/o Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, WABC-TV, 7 Lincoln Sq., New York, NY 10023. Career: Television personality, actress, and singer. Personal assistant to Anita Bryant, c. 1971-72. Appeared with Oral Robert's World Action Singers;

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performed at a U.S. presidential inaugural ball, 1985; appeared as a singer in nightclubs, including Freddy's, New York City, 1986, and Rainbow and Stars, New York City, 1991. Appeared as the commercial spokesperson for Revlon, Slim Fast, the Home Furnishings Council, Carnival Cruise Lines, and Kideo Productions. Marketer of the clothing collection Kathie Lee for Plaza South. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: (As Kathie Lee Johnson) Featured singer, / Believe in Miracles, CBS, 1975-76. (As Kathie Lee Johnson) Nurse Callahan, Days of Our Lives, NBC, 1976. (As Kathie Lee Johnson) Featured singer, Name That Tune, syndicated, 1977. (As Kathie Lee Johnson) Kathie Honey, The Hee Haw Honeys, syndicated, 1978-79. (As Kathie Lee Johnson) Special correspondent and substitute anchor, Good Morning America (also known as CM/A), ABC, 1982-85. (Billed as Kathie Lee Johnson until 1986) Host (with others), The Morning Show, ABC and syndicated, 1985-88. Host (with Regis Philbin), Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, syndicated, 1988—. Television Appearances; Specials: The Funniest ]oke I Ever Heard, ABC, 1984. The Guinness Book of World Records, ABC, 1985. Placido Domingo Special: Eight Women I Love, ABC, 1985. The 1987 Miss America Pageant, NBC, 1987. Calgary '88: The Olympic Adventure Begins, ABC, 1988. Host (with others), 1988 Winter Olympic Games, ABC, 1988. The 56th Annual King Orange Jamboree Parade, 1989. Walt Disney World's 4th of July Spectacular, syndicated, 1990. Victory and Valor: A Special Olympics All-Star Celebration, ABC, 1991. Tube Test Two, ABC, 1991. The Dream Is Alive: The 20th Anniversary Celebration of Walt Disney World, CBS, 1991. Children's Miracle Network Telethon, syndicated, 1991. Host and song performer, The 1991 Miss America Pageant, NBC, 1991. Host and song performer, The 7992 Miss America Pageant, NBC, 1992.

The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1992. Presenter, Soap Opera Digest Awards, 1992. Herself, "Summer Stories: The Mall," ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1992. This Is Your Life, NBC, 1993. Scott Ross Street Talk, The Family Channel, 1993. Song performer, A Musical Christmas at Walt Disney World, ABC, 1993. The 2nd Annual Saturday Night Live Mother's Day Special, 1993. Host and song performer, Kathie Lee Cifford's Celebration of Motherhood, ABC, 1993. The Miss America Pageant, NBC, 1993. A Phyllis George Special, TNN, 1994. Holiday at Pops, PBS, 1994. "Beauty Pageants: Bright Lights, Big Business/' A&E Stage, Arts and Entertainment, 1994. Host and song performer, The Miss America Pageant, NBC, 1994. Host and song performer, Kathie Lee . . . Looking for Christmas, CBS, 1994. Herself, Sesame Street's All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever!, ABC, 1994. National anthem singer, Super Bowl XXIX, ABC, 1995. The N.F.L at 75: An All-Star Celebration, ABC, 1995. Host, Variety Children's Charity Telethon, 1995. Host, Live with Regis and Kathie Lee—Mom's Dream Come True Special, syndicated, 1995. Host and song performer, Glenn Miller's Greatest Hits, PBS, 1995. Host, 1995 Miss America Pageant (also known as The 75th Annual Miss America Pageant), NBC, 1995. Host and song performer, Kathie Lee: Home for Christmas, CBS, 1995. Disney's 101 Dalmatians . . . a Canine's Tale, ABC, 1996. Host, Miracle Babies, CBS, 1996. Host and song performer, Kathie Lee Gilford's Lullabies for Little Ones, CBS, 1996. Host, Glenn Miller's Greatest Hits II, PBS, 1996. Sand/ Patty: O Holy Night!, 1996. Herself and song performer, Kathie Lee: Just in Time for Christmas, CBS, 1996. The Funniest of the World's Funniest Outtakes, Fox, 1997. Barbara Walters Presents the Ten Most Fascinating People of 1997, ABC, 1997. Voice of Jill, "Mother Goose: A Rappin' and Rhymin' Special/' Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (animated), HBO, 1997. Host, Plugged In: A Parent's Guide to TV, 1997. Host and song performer, Kathie Lee: We Need a Little Christmas, CBS, 1997.

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WRITINGS Teleplays; Specials: Kathie Lee Gifiord's Celebration of Motherhood, ABC, 1993. (With others) Kathie Lee . . . Looking for Christmas, CBS, 1994. Kathie Lee: Just in Time for Christmas, CBS, 1996. Kathie Lee: We Need a Little Christmas, CBS, 1997. Nonfiction: (With Jim Jerome) / Can't Believe I Said That!: An Autobiography, Pocket (New York City), 1992. (With Regis Philbin) Cooking with Regis and Kathie Lee, Hyperion (New York City), 1993. (With Regis Philbin and Barbara Albright) Entertaining with Regis and Kathie Lee: Year-Round Holiday Recipes, Entertaining Tips, and Party Ideas, Hyperion, 1995. (With Cody Gifford) Listen to My Heart: Lessons in Love, Laughter, and Lunacy, illustrated by Sandra Forrest, Hyperion (New York City), 1995. Fiction: A Family Christmas: A Treasury of Holiday Stories, Poems, Songs and Activities for Little Ones (also known as Christmas with Kathie Lee: A Treasury of Holiday Stories, Poems, Songs and Activities for Little Ones), illustrated by Teri Weidner, Disney Press (New York City), 1997. Fiction for Children; Creator with Paul Taublieb and Susan Cooper: Mooch/e's Surprise, Random House (New York City), 1997. Off the Scaredy Bear, Random House, 1997. Giff's Big Game, Random House, 1997. OTHER SOURCES

Also appeared in Jana. RECORDINGS Albums: (As Kathie Lee Johnson) The Quiet Riot, Petra, 1976. (As Kathie Lee Johnson; with Michele Epstein) Kathie and Michie. . . Friends, Petra, 1977. (As Kathie Lee Johnson) Finders Keepers, Petra, 1978. Sentimental, Warner Bros., 1992. Sentimental Journey, 1993. It's Christmas Time, 1993. Videos: Kathie Lee's Feel Fit and Fabulous Workout, 1994.

Books: King, Norman, Regis and Kathie Lee: Their Lives Together and Apart, Carol Publishing Group (Secaucus, NJ), 1995. Periodicals: Bobbin, October, 1996, pp. 82-83. Christian Century, October 9, 1996, pp. 932-936. Good Housekeeping, August, 1997, pp. 86-89. New Republic, June 9, 1997, pp. 11-12. People Weekly, December 30, 1996, p. 73; June 2, 1997, pp. 106-112; June 16, 1997, p. 43; December 29, 1997, pp. 60-61. Reason, December, 1996, p. 74.

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Time, May 26, 1997, p. 123. WWD, May 7, 1997, pp. 1-2; May 30, 1997, p. 4; Decembers, 1997, p. 23.*

GLENN, Scott

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Full name, Theodore Scott Glenn; born January 26, 1942 (one source says 1941), in Pittsburgh, PA; son of Theodore (a business executive) and Elizabeth (a homemaker) Glenn; married Carol Schwartz (an artist), September 10, 1968; children: Dakota, Rio (an actress). Education: College of William and Mary, B.A. (English); trained for the stage at the Actors Studio with Lee Strasberg, beginning in 1968. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor. Narrated commercials for the U.S. Navy. Military Service: U.S. Marine Corps; worked as a reporter. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Actors Studio. CREDITS Film Appearances: Tad Jacks, The Baby Maker, National General, 1970. Long John, Angels Hard as They Come (also known as Angels and Angels, Hell on Harleys), New World, 1971. Jimbang, Hex (also known as The Shrieking), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1972. Private Glenn Kelly, Nashville, Paramount, 1975. Charlie Hunter, Fighting Mad, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1976. Bill Lester, She Came to the Valley (also known as Texas in Flames), R.G.V. Pictures, 1977. Captain Richard Colby, Apocalypse Now, United Artists, 1979. Newt, More American Graffiti (also known as Purple Haze), Universal, 1979. Wes Hightower, Urban Cowboy, Paramount, 1980. Bill Dalton, Cattle Annie and Little Britches, Universal, 1981. Rick Murphy, The Challenge (also known as Equals and Swords of the Ninja), Embassy, 1982.

Terry Tingloff, Personal Best, Warner Bros., 1982. Alan Shepard, The Right Stuff, Warner Bros., 1983. Joe Wade, The River, Universal, 1984. John Haddad, The Wild Geese II, Universal, 1985. Emmett, Silverado, Columbia, 1985. Creasy, Man on Fire (also known as Absinthe), TriStar, 1987. Colonel Dexter Armstrong, Off Limits, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. Title role, Verne Miller, Alive, 1988. Glasken Trismegestus, The Keep, Paramount, 1988. Mac Sam, Miss Firecracker, Corsair, 1989. Captain Bart Mancusco, The Hunt for Red October, Paramount, 1990. Jack Crawford, The Silence of the Lambs, Orion, 1991. John Adcox, Backdraft, Universal, 1991. H. D. Dalton, My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1991. Himself, The Player, Fine Line Features, 1992. William B. Rickman, The Flight of the Dove (also known as The Spy Within), New Horizons Home Video, 1995. J. P. Stiles, Tall Tale (also known as Tall Tale: The Unbelievable Adventure and Tall Tale: The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill), Buena Vista, 1995. Lloyd, Reckless, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1995. Tony Gartner, Courage under Fire, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Bradley, Carla's Song, Shadow Distribution, 1996. Iggy, Lesser Prophets, Prophetable Pictures, 1997. Bill Burton, Absolute Power, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997. SenorGrem, Larga Distancia, Vagabond Films, 1998. Wynt Perkins, Firestorm, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. The Last Marshal, 1999. Also appeared in Home Town and Two Telegrams. Television Appearances; Series: Calvin Brenner, The Edge of Night, CBS, 1968. Television Appearances; Movies: James Reeger, Gargoyles, 1972. Michael Boyle, Countdown to Looking Class, 1984. Willie Croft, As Summers Die, HBO, 1986. Crawford, Intrigue, CBS, 1988. Jessie Smith, The Outside Woman, CBS, 1989. Henry, Women and Men II (also known as Women and Men II: There Are No Rules), HBO, 1991. John Cain, ShadowHunter, Showtime, 1993. Dan Vaughn, Extreme Justice (also known as S./.5. Extreme Justice), 1993.

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GODFREY, Patrick Career: Actor. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Specials: Presenter, The 21st Annual People's Choice Awards, 1995. Narrator, Discoveries Underwater, PBS, 1988. Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Outspoken Silence/' The Young Lawyers, ABC, 1971. Lenox, "Another Shell Game/' Ironside, NBC, 1973. Also appeared as a reckless forklift driver, Emergency!, NBC. Stage Appearances: The Impossible Years, Broadway production, 1965. Zoo 5tory, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1966. Alice and Wonderland, Actors Studio Theatre, New York City, 1968. Edmund, Long Day's journey into Night, Actors Studio Theatre, 1968. Larry, Angelo's Wedding, Circle Repertory Company, Circle Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1985. Pale, Burn This, New York City, 1988. Ray, Dark Rapture, Second Stage Theatre, New York City, 1996. Appeared as the title role, Jack Street, Perry Street Theatre, New York City; appeared as Smitty, Fortune in Men's Eyes; also appeared in Collision Course, Actors' Playhouse, New York City. RECORDINGS Video Games: Sergeant Muldoon, Naked City, 1998. Sergeant Muldoon, Naked City: Justice with a Bullet, 1998. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Back Stage East, May 31, 1996, p. 48. Entertainment Weekly, August 11, 1995, p. 62. Variety, February 2, 1998, p. 37.*

Film Appearances: Miss Julie, 1972. Dr. Saunders, Heat and Dust, Universal, 1983. Simons, Foreign Body, Orion, 1986. Reverend Mr. Eager, A Room with a View, Cinecom International, 1986. Headmaster, Clockwise, Universal, 1986. Simcox, Maurice, Cinecom Pictures, 1987. Auctioneer, On the Black Hill, Roxie Releasing, 1987. Dr. Lombrosow, Manifesto (also known as A Night of Love), Cannon Group, 1988. Coroner, The Girl in a Swing, Miramax, 1988. Black and White, Greycat Films, 1991. Spencer, The Remains of the Day, Columbia, 1993. Court usher, The Trial, Angelika, 1993. Professor Ohlkin, The Gambler, 1997. Leonardo da Vinci, Ever /After (also known as Cinderella and Ever /After: A Cinderella Story), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Television Appearances; Movies: Helicanus, Pericles, Prince of Tyre (also known as BBC Television Shakespeare: Pericles, Prince of Tyre), 1984. Cominius, The Tragedy of Coriolanus (also known as Coriolanus and BBC Television Shakespeare: The Tragedy of Coriolanus), 1984. Member of chorus, Antigone, 1984. Father Gough, Behaving Badly, 1988. Major Jones, Murderers among Us: The Simon Wiesenthal Story, HBO, 1989. Deputy Mueller, Genghis Cohn, Arts and Entertainment, 1993. Eddie, You Me + It, 1993. Judge, Bermuda Grace, NBC, 1994. Television Appearances; Specials: Kenwigs and other roles, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (also known as Nicholas Nickleby)f The Disney Channel, 1983. Magistrate, Sleepers, PBS, 1991. Lord Estair, The Kidnapped Prime Minister, PBS, 1992. Second Beefeater, My Friend Walter, PBS, 1992. Griffiths, Dandelion Dead, PBS, 1994. Voice, The Lost American, PBS, 1997.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Thomas Wriothesfey, 5/x Wives of Henry VIII, 1971. Walter Wheatley, "A Question of Loyalty/' The Sandbaggers, 1980. "Break Through/' The Edge of Darkness, BBC, 1985. Mr. Schuster, "Nemesis/' Agatha Christie's Miss Marple, Series III, BBC and PBS, 1987. Chairman, A Perfect Spy, PBS, 1988. Mr. Morris, The Charmer, PBS, 1989. Bishop of Stepney, Bramwell, PBS, 1996. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Mr. Bullett Finch, Blotton the Landscape, 1985. Lambert, Monte Carlo, CBS, 1986. Other Television Appearances: Appeared in Anthony and Cleopatra, AufWiedersehn Pet, as General Conyers, A Dance to the Music of Time, Inspector Morse, Noah, and The Three Sisters. Stage Appearances: Irate gentleman, Jennings, Kenwigs, and man next door, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, Aldwych Theatre, London, then Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1981-82. Serebryakov, Uncle Vanya, Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, London, 1991. Pat Denning, 42nd Street, North Shore Music Theatre, Beverly Hills, CA, 1997. Calianux, The Maid's Tragedy, The Globe Theatre, London, 1997. Old Shepherd, The Winter's Tale, The Globe Theatre, 1997. Cecil Lewis, The Iceman Cometh, Almeida Theatre, London, 1998. Appeared as Priuli, Galileo, Almeida Theatre; Friar Laurence, Romeo and Juliet, Royal Shakespeare Company; Paulet, Mary Stuart, National Theatre; Polonius, Hamlet, Royal Shakespeare Company; and at the Royal Court Theatre and the Royal National Theatre. Major Tours: The Pirates of Penzance, U.S. cities, c. 1982. Sir Dinadan, Camelot, U.S. and Canadian cities, 1984-86.*

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film producer); married Jane Musky (a production designer); children: Anna, Tess. Education: Attended Brandeis University and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Addresses: /Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor, director, and producer. Appeared for seven seasons at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA. Awards, Honors: Obie Award, best actor, 1990, for The Sum of Us. CREDITS Film Appearances: Darren, Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives, Paramount, 1986. David, Gaby—A True Story, TriStar, 1987. Carl Brunner, Ghost, Paramount, 1990. Ted Bukovsky, Kuffs (also known as Hero Wanted), Universal, 1992. Steve Frayn, Traces of Red, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1992. Fletcher Coal, The Pelican Brief, Warner Bros., 1993. Marine captain Michael Starwood, The Last Tattoo, Capella International/Plumb Productions, 1994. Tom, Reckless, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1995. Sir Edwin Wingfield, Pocahontas: The Legend, GoodTimes Entertainment, 1995. Harold Nixon, Nixon, Buena Vista, 1995. Aaron Geldhart, The Substance of Fire, Miramax, 1996. Jeff Stewart, Trouble on the Corner, Trouble on the Corner LCC, 1997. Will Rudolph, Kiss the Girls, Paramount, 1997. Frank, The Lesser Evil, Moondog Productions, 1998. Voice of Tarzan, Tarzan (animated), Walt Disney Pictures, 1999. Nick Crozier, Any Given Sunday, Warner Bros., 1999. Film Work: Producer and director, A Walk on the Moon (also known as The Blouse Man and Kiss the Sky), Miramax, 1998. Director, Imagining Nathan, Universal, forthcoming. Director, Georgia Rule, Twentieth Century-Fox, forthcoming.

PERSONAL Full name, Anthony Goldwyn; born May 20, 1960, in Los Angeles, CA; son of Samuel Goldwyn, Jr. (a

Television Appearances; Movies: Favorite Son (also known as Target: Favorite Son), NBC, 1988.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Ken Morton, Dark Holiday (also known as Passport to Terror and Never Pass This Way Again), NBC, 1989. Jody Powell, Iran: Days of Crisis (also known as 444 Days and L'Amerique en otage), TNT, 1991. Michael Morel I, Taking the Heat, Showtime, 1993. Love Matters, Showtime, 1993. Duvall, Doomsday Gun, HBO, 1994. Stan, The Last Word (also known as Cosa Nostra: The Last Word), Showtime, 1995. Clark Clifford, Truman, HBO, 1995. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Robert Steed, A Woman of Independent Means, NBC, 1995. Neil Armstrong, From the Earth to the Moon, HBO, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: The Designing Women Special: Their Finest Hour, CBS, 1990. Presenter, The Movie Awards, CBS, 1991. Scott, "The Last Mile/' Great Performances 20th Anniversary Special, PBS, 1992. Jack Palmer, "The Boys Next Door/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1996. Television Appearances; Episodic: Paul, "Mabel and Max/' CBS Summer Playhouse, CBS, 1987. Henry, "Schwarzwald," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1987. Kendall, "Killing All the Right People," Designing Woman, CBS, 1987. LA. Law, NBC, 1988. "Abra Cadaver," Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1991. Breakfast Time, fX, 1995. Television Appearances; Pilots: Murphy Brown, CBS, 1988. Stage Appearances: Alfred Becker, Digby, Manhattan Theatre Club, Space at City Center Theatre, New York City, 1985. Billy, The Real Thing, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1985-86. Mr. Bingley, Pride and Prejudice, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1985-86. The Sum of Us, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1990. Hal, Picnic, W i l l i a m s t o w n Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, 1991. Andrew, Spike Heels, Second Stage Theatre, New York City, 1992.

Charley Johnson, marine, jeweler, minister, and prosecuting attorney, Lady in the Dark, City Center, New York City, 1994-95. johnny Case, Holiday, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1995. Jeffrey, The Dying Caul, Vineyard Theatre, New York City, 1998. Appeared in Messiah; also appeared in other Williamstown Theatre Festival productions.

GORE, Aedwyrd See COREY, Edward

COREY, Edward 1925(Eduard Blutig, Mrs. Regera Dowdy, Raddory Gewe, Aedwyrd Gore, Om, E. D. Ward, Ogdred Weary, Dogear Wryde) PERSONAL Full name, Edward St. John Corey; born in 1925, in Chicago, IL; son of Edward Leo (in journalism) and Helen (Garvey) Gorey. Education: Attended the Chicago Art Institute, 1943; Harvard College, B.A. (French), 1950. Avocational interests: Cats, opera, concerts, country cooking, ballet, book collecting. Addresses: Contact—P.O. Box 146, Yarmouth Port, MA 02675-0146. Career: Writer, costume designer, and illustrator. Anchor Books, Doubleday and Company, New York City, art department employee, 1953-60; Looking Glass Library, Random House, New York City, editor and art director, 1959-62; Bobbs-Merril, New York City, editor and art director, 1963. Fantod Press, New York City, founder. Doomed Enterprises, owner. Art has been exhibited in numerous gallery, museum, and university shows, including the California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, CA, 1965; Gotham Book Mart Gallery, New York City, 1970—; University of Texas, Austin, TX, 1971; San Francisco Public Library, San Francisco, CA, 1971; Pennsylvania State University, College Park, PA, 1973; Yale University, New Haven, CT, and Cartoon Art Museum, San Francisco, CA, 1996. Also worked at a bookstore. Also used the pseudonyms Aedwyrd Gore and Om. Military service: U.S. Army, 1943-46, served as a company clerk at the Dugway Proving Ground.

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Awards, Honors: New York Times citations as one of the best illustrated children's books of the year, 1966, for The Monster Den; or, Look What Happened at My House—and to It (by John Ciardi), and 1969, for The Dong with a Luminous Nose (by Edward Lear); New York Times citation as one of the best illustrated children's books of the year, inclusion in the Fifty Books Exhibit and Children's Book Show of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, and the American Library Association's notable book citation, all 1971, and best picture book citation, Bologna Children's Book Fair, 1977, all for The Shrinking of Treehorn (by Florence Parry Heide); Children's Book Showcase selection, 1972, for Lions and Lobsters and Foxes and Frogs: Fables from Aesop, The Shrinking of Treehorn, and Sam and Emma; Children's Book Showcase selection, 1973, and Art Books for Children citation, Brooklyn Museum, 1974, both for Red Riding Hood: Retold in Verse for Boys and Girls to Read Themselves; Antoinette Perry Award, best costume designer, and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best scenic designer, both 1978, for Dracula; Parents Choice Award for illustration, 1982, for The Dwindling Party. CREDITS Television Work; Series: Illustrator of title sequence, Mystery!, PBS, 1980—. Stage Work: Set designer, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, 1977. Set designer and costume designer, Dracula, Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1977-79. Set designer, Amphigorey: The Musical, American Musical Theatre Festival, Philadelphia, PA, 1992. Set designer, Amphigorey: A Musicale, Perry Street Theatre, New York City, 1994. Stage Work; Major Tours: Set designer, Dracula, U.S. cities, 1978-79. WRITINGS Writings for the Stage; Plays, Unless Otherwise Noted: Story, Corey's Stories, WPA Theatre, New York City, 1977. Corey Stories, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1978, then Center Theatre Group, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1978-79. More Corey Stories, Barnstable, MA, 1981.

Tinned Lettuce; or, The New Musical, Tisch School of the Arts Undergraduate Theatre, New York University, New York City, 1985. Lost Shoelaces, Woods Holes, MA, 1985. Story, The Vinegar Works, London, England, 1989. Useful Urns, Provincetown, MA, 1990, published in French as Les urnes utiles, Halty-Ferguson (Cambridge, MA), 1980. Stuffed Elephants, Woods Holes, MA, 1990. Flapping Ankles, Provincetown, MA, 1991. Crazed Teacups, 1992. Amphigorey. The Musical, American Musical Theatre Festival, Philadelphia, PA, 1992. Blithering Christmas, 1992. Chinese Gossip, 1994. Amphigorey. A Musicale, Perry Street Theatre, 1994. Inverted Commas, 1995. Stumbling Christmas, 1995. Screenplays:

The Black Doll: A Silent Film, Gotham Book Mart, 1973. Works Written and Illustrated by Corey: The Unstrung Harp; or, Mr. Earbass Writes a Novel, Little, Brown (Boston, MA), 1953. The Listing Attic, Little, Brown, 1954. The Doubtful Guest, Doubleday (New York City), 1957, reprinted by Dodd, Mead (New York City), 1978. The Object-Lesson, Doubleday, 1958. The Haunted Looking Class: Ghost Stories, Looking Glass Library (New York City), 1959, reprinted as Edward Corey's Haunted Looking Glass: Ghost Stories, Crown (New York City), 1984. The Bug Book, Epstein & Carrol I, 1960, reprinted by Adama Books (New York City), 1987. The Fatal Lozenge, Obolensky (New York City), 1960, published in England as The Corey Alphabet, Constable, 1960. The Hapless Child, Obolensky, 1961, reprinted by Dodd, Mead, 1980. (As Ogdred Weary) The Curious Sofa, Obolensky, 1961, reprinted by Dodd, Mead, 1980, reprinted by Harcourt Brace & Company (New York City), 1997. (As Ogdred Weary) The Beastly Baby, Fantod Press (New York City), 1962. The Willowdale Handcar; or, the Return of the Black Doll, Bobbs-Merrill (New York City), 1962, reprinted by Dodd, Mead, 1979. The Gashlycrumb Tinies, Simon & Schuster (New York City), 1962, reprinted by Beaufort Books (New York City), 1986.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 The Vinegar Works, Simon & Schuster, 1963. The Wuggly Ump, Lippincott (Philadelphia, PA), 1963, reprinted by Adama Books, 1986. 15 Two: or, The Nursery Frieze, Fantod Press, 1964. The Sinking Spell, Obolensky, 1964. The Remembered Visit: A Story Taken from Life, Simon & Schuster, 1965. The Inanimate Tragedy, Fantod Press, 1966. The Cilded Bat, Simon & Schuster, 1966. (As Eduard Blutig) The Evil Garden, Fantod Press, 1966. (As Mrs. Regera Dowdy) The Pious Infant, Fantod Press, 1966. The Utter Zoo Alphabet, Dutton (New York City), 1967. (With Victoria Chess) Fletcher and Zenobia, Meredith Press (New York City), 1967. The Other Statute, Simon & Schuster, 1968. The Blue Aspic, Meredith Press, 1968. The Epileptic Bicycle, Dodd, Mead, 1968. The Secrets, Simon & Schuster, 1968. The Deranged Cousins; or, Whatever, Fantod Press, 1969. The Iron Tonic; or, a Winter Afternoon in Lonely Valley, Albondocani Press (New York City), 1969. (As Raddory Gewe) The Eleventh Episode, Fantod Press, 1969. (With Peter F. Neumeyer) Donald and the..., Young Scott Books (New York City), 1969, reprinted by Borgo Press (San Bernadino, CA), 1988. (With Peter F. Neumeyer) Donald Has a Difficulty, Fantod Press, 1970. (With Peter F. Neumeyer) Why We Have Day and Night, Young Scott Books, 1970, reprinted by Borgo, 1989. The Osbick Bird, Fantod Press, 1970. The Chinese Obelisks: Fourth Alphabet, Fantod Press, 1970. The Sopping Thursday, Gotham Book Mart (New York City), 1970, reprinted by Borgo Press, 1988. (With Victoria Chess) Fletcher and Zenobia Save the Circus, Dodd, Mead, 1971. The Disrespectful Summons, Fantod Press, 1971. (As Edward Pig) The Unfitted Book, Fantod Press, 1971. The /Awdrey-Gore Legacy, Dodd, Mead, 1972, reprinted by Beaufort Books, 1988. /.eaves from a Mislaid Album, Gotham Book Mart, 1972. Amphigorey, Putnam (New York City), 1972. The Lavender Leotard; or, Going a Lot to the New York City Ballet, Gotham Book Mart, 1973. A Limerick, Salt-Works Press, 1973.

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Category: Fifty Drawings, Gotham Book Mart, 1973, reprinted as Cat E Gory, Adama Books, 1986. The Lost Lions, Fantod Press, 1973. The Glorious Nosebleed: Fifth Alphabet, Dodd, Mead, 1974. The Listing Attic and The Unstrung Harp; or, Mr. Earbass Writes a Novel (both titles published as one volume), Abelard-Schumann (London, England), 1975. Amphigorey Too, Putnam, 1975. L'Heure bleue, Fantod Press, 1975. The Broken Spoke, Dodd, Mead, 1976. Corey x 3: Drawings by Edward Corey, AddisonWesley (Reading, MA), 1976. The Loathsome Couple, Dodd, Mead, 1977. The Fantod Words (ten volumes), Diogenes (Zurich, Switzerland), 1978. Corey Endings: A Calendar for 1978, Workman (New York City), 1978. The Green Beads, Albondocani Press, 1978. (With Larry Evans) Corey Games, Troubadour Printings (San Francisco, CA), 1979. Dracula: A Toy Theatre, Scribner (New York City), 1979. Corey Posters, Abrams (New York City), 1979. Dancing Cats and Neglected Murderesses, Workman, 1980. Le Melange, Gotham Book Mart, 1981. Melange Funeste, Gotham Book Mart, 1981. The Dwindling Party, Random House (New York City), 1982. The Water Flowers, St. Martin's Press (New York City), 1982. (With I. B. Penick) Corey Cats: Paper Dolls, Troubadour Press, 1982. The Prune People, Albondocani Press, 1983. (As E. D. Ward) A Mercurial Bear, Gotham Book Mart, 1983. The Eclectic Abecedarium, Adama, 1983. Amphigorey Also, St. Martin's Press (New York City), 1983. The Tunnel Calamity, Putnam, 1984. The Prune People II, Albondocani Press, 1985. Les Echanges Malandreux, Metacom Press, 1985. The Insect God, Beaufort Books, 1986. The Improvable Landscape, Albondocani Press, 1986. The Raging Tide; or, the Black Doll's Imbroglio, Beaufort Books, 1987. The Dripping Faucet, Metacom Press, 1989. The Fraught Settee, Fantod Press, 1990. La balade troublante, Fantod Press, 1991. The Grand Passion, Fantod Press, 1992. The Doleful Domesticity, Fantod Press, 1992.

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(As Dogear Wryde) The Betrayed Confidence: Seven Series of Dogear Wryde Postcards (also known as The Betrayed Confidence), Parnassus Imprints (Orlean, MA), 1992. Figbash Acrobate, Fantod Press, 1994. The Unknown Vegetable, Fantod Press, 1995. The Deadly Blotter: Thoughtful Alphabet XVII, Fantod Press, 1997. Also wrote and illustrated The Fantod Pack of Edward Corey, Owl Press. Works Illustrated by Corey: Merrill Moore, Case Record from a Sonnetorium, Twayne (Boston, MA), 1951, published as Merrill Moore and the American Sonnet, Pegasus, 1954. Rex Warner, Men and Gods, Farrar, Straus, and Giroux (New York City), 1959. Paul Dehn, Quake, Quake, Quake: A Leaden Treasury of English Verse, Simon & Schuster, 1961. John Ciardi, The Man Who Sang the Sillies, Lippincott, 1961. John Ciardi, You Read to Me, I'll Read to You, Lippincott, 1962, reprinted by Wordsong (Honesdale, PA), 1991. John Ciardi, You Know Who, Lippincott, 1964. Walter De La Mare, Die Orgie—Eine Idylle, Diogenes, 1965. Eric Potter, editor, Monster Festival, Vanguard Press, 1965. Frank Jacobs, Alvin Steadfast on Vernacular Island, Dial (New York City), 1965. John Ciardi, The King Who Saved Himself from Being Saved, Lippincott, 1965. Felicia Lamport, Cultural Slog, Gollancz (London, England), 1966. John Ciardi, The Monster Den, or Look What Happened at My House—and to It, Lippincott, 1966, reprinted by Wordsong, 1991. Polly Redford, Christmas Bower, Dutton, 1966. John Buchanan, Die Neununddreissig Stufen, Diogenes, 1967. Ennis Rees, Brer Rabbit and His Tricks, Young Scott Books, 1967, reprinted by Hyperion Paperbacks for Children (New York City), 1994. John Trahey, 5on of a Martini Cookbook, Clovis Press (New York City), 1967. Muriel Spark, The Very Fine Clock, Knopf (New York City), 1968. Jan Wahl, Cobweb Castle, Holt (New York City), 1968. Ennis Rees, More of Brer Rabbit's Tricks, Young Scott Books, 1968, reprinted by Hopscotch Books (Birmingham, AL), 1989.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Edward Lear, Thejumblies, Young Scott Books, 1968. Rhoda Levin, He Was There from the Day We Moved In, Harlin Quist (New York City), 1968. Edward Lear, The Dong with the Luminous Nose, Young Scott Books, 1969. Felice Holman, At the Top of My Voice and Other Poems, Norton (New York City), 1969. Doris Orgel, Merry, Rose, and Christmas-Tree ]une, Knopf, 1969. John Ciardi, Someone Could Win a Polar Bear, Lippincott, 1970. Edward Fenton, Penny Candy, Holt, 1970. Florence Parry Heide, The Shrinking of Treehorn, Holiday House (New York City), 1971. Ennis Rees, Lion and Lobsters and Foxes and Frogs: Fables from Aesop, Addison-Wesley, 1971. Donald Nelsen, Sam and Emma, Parents Magazine Press (New York City), 1971. Jacob David Townsend, Miss Clafooty and the Demon, Lothrop, 1971. Beatrice Schenk de Regniers, Red Riding Hood: Retold in Verse for Boys and Girls to Read Themselves (also known as Red Riding Hood), Atheneum (New York City), 1972, reprinted by Aladdin Books (New York City), 1990. Grimm Brothers, retold by Edith Tarcov, Rumpelstiltskin, Four Winds Press (New York), 1973. lack the Giant Killer, Scholastic, 1973. Beatrice Schenk de Regniers, The Enchanted Forest, Atheneum, 1974. Howard Moss, Instant Lives, Saturday Review Press (New York City), 1974, reprinted as Instant Lives and More, Ecco (New York City), 1985. Jacob Grimm, Rotkaeppchen: Ein Maearchen der Brueder Grimm, Diognes-Verlang, 1974. Edmund Wilson, The Rats of Rutland Grange, Gotham Book Mart, 1974. Terence Winch, Nuns: Poems, Wyrd Press, 1976. Florence Parry Heide, Treehorn's Treasure, Holiday House, 1981. T. S. Eliot, Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats, Harcourt (New York City), 1982. Felicia Lamport, Light Metres, Everest House (New York City), 1982. Florence Parry Heide, The Adventures of Treehorn, Dell (New York City), 1983. John Bellairs, The Curse of the Blue Figurine, Dial, 1983. John Bellairs, The Mummy, the Will, and the Crypt, Dial, 1983. John Bellairs, The Dark Secret of Weatherend, Dial, 1984. Florence Parry Heide, Treehorn's Wish, Holiday House, 1984.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 John Bellairs, The Revenge of the Wizard's Ghost, Dial, 1985. Virginia Woolf, Freshwater: A Comedy, edited by Lucio P. Ruotolo, Harcourt, 1985. John Bellaris, The Eyes of the Killer Robot, Dial, 1986. (With Joe Servello) Donald Westlake, High Jinx, Macmillan (New York City), 1987. Frontpieces Illustrated by Corey: John Bellairs, The Mansion in the Mist, Dial Books for Young Readers (New York City), 1992. John Bellairs, The House with a Clock in its Walls, Puffin Books (New York City), 1993. John Bellairs, The Ghost in the Mirror, Dial Books for Young Readers, 1993. John Bellairs, The Vengeance of the Witch-finder, Dial Books for Young Readers, 1993. Brad Strickland, The Bell, the Book and the Spellbinder, Dial Books for Young Readers, 1997. Translator: Alphonse Allais, Story for Sara: What Happened to a Little Girl, Albondocani Press, 1971. Other Writings: Author of stories, Corey by Grimes (album), recorded by Tammy Grimes, Caedmon Records, 1980. Author of stories on an album distributed by Watt 4, 1976; also designed jacket for the album. Contributor to periodicals, including Esquire, Evergreen, New Yorker, New York Times, and Sports Illustrated. OTHER SOURCES Books: Major Authors and Illustrators for Children and Young Adults, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1993. Ross, Clifford, and Karen Wilkin, The World of Edward Corey, Abrams, 1996. Toledano, Henry, Goreyography: A Diverse Compendium of and Price Guide to the Works of Edward Corey, Word Play Publishers (San Francisco, CA), 1996. Periodicals: Guardian, December 18, 1995, p. T9. New York Times, April 21, 1994. People Weekly, December 23, 1996, p. 34. Smithsonian, June, 1997, pp. 150-152. Vanity Fair, November, 1995, pp. 176-177.*

GOTO, Yukihiro 1954PERSONAL Born April 9, 1954, in Omachi, Fukuoka, Japan; son of Tadashi Goto and Haruko Goo; married Tomoko Goto, June 15, 1990. Education: Attended Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, 1974-75; University of Wisconsin, B.F.A., 1978; University of Minnesota, M.F.A., 1981; University of Hawaii, Manoa, Ph.D., 1988. Addresses: Office—c/o Department of Theatre Arts, San Francisco State University, 1600 Holloway Ave., San Francisco, CA 94132-1 722. Career: Actor and director. University of Hawaii, Manoa, HI, graduate assistant, 1981-84, then lecturer, 1984-88; State University of New York, Stony Brook, NY, assistant professor, 1988-90; Association for Theatre in Higher Education, member of the board of directors, 1988—; San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA, associate professor, 1990—; Theatre Bay Area, member of the board of directors, 1990—; Theatre Forte, member of the board of directors, 1992—; Theatre of Yugen, member of the board of directors, 1993—; Association for Asian Studies, member of the board of directors. Awards, Honors: Japan Foundation fellow, Japan Foundation, 1986-87; National Graduate fellow in Humanities and Sciences, U.S. Department of Education, 1986-88; Lilly Endowment Teaching fellow, State University of New York, Stony Brook, 198990; Meritorious Achievement Award, American College Theatre Festival, 1989-90; research, scholarship, or creative activity award, California State University, 1990-91. CREDITS Stage Work; Director: Rashomon, 1989. Clytemnestra, 1991. Shogun Macbeth, 1992. The Trojan Women, 1993. Hamlet, 1994. WRITINGS Contributor of articles and translations of articles to periodicals, including Asian Theatre Journal.

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OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Asian Week, 1991. Leisure, 1989. Newsday, March 21, 1990.*

GREEN, Benny 1927-1998 (Bernard Green) OBITUARY NOTICE—See index for CTFT sketch: Born December 9, 1927, in Leeds, Yorkshire, England; died of cancer, June 22, 1998. Jazz musician, free-lance reviewer, and author. Green's love of jazz infiltrated almost all aspects of his life. An acclaimed tenor saxophonist who went by his nickname, Benny, Green was known for his skill on that instrument as well as his acerbic wit that found its way into many of the reviews he penned. Although he never completed his schooling, Green's music career had already taken off by the late 1940s and in 1953 he was named Most Promising New Jazz Musician. Five years later he was offered the chance to write a jazz column for the Observer, a post he maintained until 1977. During that time he also served as a book reviewer for the Spectator and as a film critic for Punch. Throughout his days reviewing the work of others he continued to perform music and wrote several books, including The Reluctant Art: Five Studies in the Growth of Jazz, Drums in My Ears (jazz criticism), and the autobiography Swingtime in Tottenham. He also wrote the lyrics for Boots with Strawberry Jam, a musical biography of George Bernard Shaw, and the revision of Cole, a musical about the life of Cole Porter. Green was host of a popular BBC Radio 2 show called "The Art of the Songwriter/' with which he was involved until only a month before his death. OBITUARIES AND OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Times (London), June 24, 1998.

GREEN, Bernard See GREEN, Benny

GREENOUGH, Beverly Sills See SILLS, Beverly

GRIFFITHS, Richard 1947PERSONAL Born in 1947, in Stockton-on-Tees, England. Addresses: Agent—Metropolitan Talent Agency, 4526 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010-3801. Career: Actor. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a supporting role, 1999, for Hilary and Jackie. CREDITS Film Appearances: Nobody's Perfect, Universal, 1968. Sam Broadbent, All Things Bright and Beautiful (also known as It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet), World Northal, 1979. Terrorist, Superman II, Warner Bros., 1980. Studio engineer, Breaking Glass, Paramount, 1980. Delma's assistant, Ragtime, Paramount, 1981. Sir Tom Burgh, The French Lieutenant's Woman, United Artists, 1981. Caius College Head Porter, Chariots of Fire, Warner Bros., 1981. Collins, Gandhi, Columbia, 1982. Cheerful Bernie, Britannia Hospital, Universal, 1982. Anton, Gorky Park, Rank, 1983. Captain Billings, Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes, Warner Bros., 1984. Henry Allardyce, A Private Function, Island, 1985. Willie Tuttle, Shanghai Surprise, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1986. Monty, Withnail and I, Cineplex Odeon, 1987. Phipps, King Ralph, Universal, 1991. Dr. Mainheimer and Earl Hacker, The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear, Paramount, 1991. Maurice Horton, Blame It on the Bellboy, Buena Vista, 1992. Frederick, Guarding Tess, TriStar, 1994. Jim Minty, Funny Bones, Buena Vista, 1995. Television Appearances; Series: Soviet premier Dubienkin, Whoops Apocalypse, London Weekend Television, 1982. Detective inspector Henry Crabbe, Pie in the Sky, BBC, 1994-95.

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GUILFOYLE, Paul Addresses: /Agent—Silver Massetti and Associates, 8730 Sunset Blvd., Suite 440, Los Angeles, CA 900692210. Career: Actor. Actors' Studio, New York City, member. CREDITS Film Appearances: Next Door, 1975. The Murderer, 1976. Nolan, Billy Calvin, Vestron, 1986. Lieutenant Walker, Howard the Duck (also known as Howard: A New Breed of Hero), Universal, 1986.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Dr. Arthur Glyndon, The £urn/ngZone(pilot), UPN, 1996. Stage Appearances: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Theatre Company of Boston, Boston, MA, 1974. Hinkle, The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1977. Richard III, Con Theatre, New York City, 1979. Frank Finger, It's Only a Play, Manhattan Punch Line, Actors and Directors Theatre, New York, 1982. The Disappearance of the Jews, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1982-83. Much Ado about Nothing, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1982-83. Richard II, Yale Repertory Theatre, 1983-84. Copperhead, Pennsylvania Stage Company, Allentown, PA, 1983-84. Porter, The Vampires, Astor Place Theatre, New York City, 1984. William Tyrrell, "My Life in Art," New Directors Project, Perry Street Theatre, New York City, 1984. Duke of Orleans, Henry V, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre/Central Park, New York City, 1984. Bobby, "Mink on a Gold Hook," in Marathon '86, Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City, 1986. Gary, The Downside, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, 1987-88. Ben, Loose Ends, Second Stage Theatre, New York City, 1988. "Endangered Species," in Next Wave Festival, Majestic Theatre/Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY, 1990. Ron, Search and Destroy, Uptown Theatre/Circle in the Square, New York City, 1992. Phil, Those the River Keeps, American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA, 1992-93, then Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1994. Attorney, "An Interview," in Death Defying Acts, Variety Arts Theatre, New York City, 1995-96. Also appeared in Glengarry Clen Ross.*

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HANKIN, Larry PERSONAL Education: Studied acting at Syracuse University. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actor and producer. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination (with others), best animated short film, 1979, for Solly's Diner. CREDITS Film Appearances: Roger, Funnyman, New Yorker, 1967. Supermarket clerk, Yours, Mine and Ours, United Artists, 1968. First police officer, How Sweet It Is!, National General, 1968. Romero, Viva Max!, Commonwealth, 1969. Philbaby, The Phynx, Warner Bros., 1970. Simp, Thumb Tripping, Avco-Embassy, 1972. Garbage truck driver, Steelyard Blues (also known as The Final Crash), Warner Bros., 1973. Diamond's manager, American Hot Wax, Paramount, 1978. Sound technician, Uncle Joe Shannon, United Artists, 1978. Charley Butts, Escape from Alcatraz, Paramount, 1979. Bock, Die Laughing, Warner Bros., 1980. Second veteran, Loose Shoes (also known as Coming Attractions), Atlantic, 1980. Doctor Dracula (also known as Lucifer's Woman), Independent-International Pictures, 1981.

Pound man, Annie, Columbia, 1982. Handicap, The Sting II, Universal, 1983. Detective Kenneth Wiggen, The Star Chamber, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Trucker, The Sure Thing, Embassy, 1985. Kokolovitch, Armed and Dangerous, Columbia, 1986. Ace, Running Scared, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1986. Jewell, Ratboy, Warner Bros., 1986. Jerry Murphy, Fatal Beauty, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1987. Man in pub, Amazon Women on the Moon (also known as Cheeseburger Film Sandwich), Universal, 1987. Doobie, Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Paramount, 1987. Hank, She's Having a Baby, Paramount, 1988. Desert king, Nightfall, Concorde, 1988. Dark Romances Volume 1, [video], 1990. Landlord, Pretty Woman (also known as 53000), Buena Vista, 1990. Officer Balzak, Home Alone, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. Hank Watfield, Black Magic Woman, Vidmark Entertainment, 1991. Darren, Out on a Lamb (also known as We/come to Buzzsaw)f Universal, 1992. Slick Lowry, Deuce Coupe, Resonant Pictures, 1992. Prehysteria! 2, Moonbeam Entertainment, 1994. Postal supervisor, It's Pat, Buena Vista, 1994. Taxi driver, The Shadow, Universal, 1994. Carl Alphonse, Billy Madison, Universal, 1995. Preacher, Vegas Vacation (also known as National Lampoon's Las Vegas Vacation and National Lampoon's Vegas Vacation), Warner Bros., 1997. Roland, Money Talks, New Line Cinema, 1997. Film Work: Producer (with others), Solly's Diner (animated short), 1978.

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Television Appearances; Series: Regular performer, The Music Scene, ABC, 1969-70. Mr. Heckles, Friends, NBC, 1993-96. Gaunt Gary, Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 1995. Television Appearances; Movies: Snake, Evil Roy Slade, NBC, 1972. Deputy in Van, Outside Chance, CBS, 1978. Sill, The Great American Traffic Jam (also known as Gridlock), NBC, 1980. Rene, The Cirl, the Cold Watch and Everything, syndicated, 1980. Freddie, An Uncommon Love, CBS, 1983. Reverend Cluck, T Bone N Weasel, TNT, 1992. Television Appearances; Episodic: Willie Bresner, free Country, ABC, 1978. Concession stand owner, LA. Law, NBC, 1991. Bernie, Picket Fences, CBS, 1992. Tom Pepper, "The Pilot," Seinfeld, NBC, 1993. Lion tamer, Johnny Bago, CBS, 1993. Bob the security guard, Mad about You (also known as Loved by You), NBC, 1993. Abe Lincoln, Step by Step, ABC, 1993. "Sofa So Good," Married... with Children, Fox, 1994. Kenny the Crawdad, The George Carlin Show, Fox, 1994. Dr. Martin Solsvig, "Contact/' Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (also known as Lois and Clark and The New Adventures of Superman), ABC, 1995. Mr. Jones, Courthouse, CBS, 1995. Dog guy, The Naked Truth (also known as Wilde Again), NBC, 1995. Larry, "Give Me Equality or Give Me Death/' Ellen (also known as These Friends of Mine), ABC, 1996. Larry, "I Was a Teenage Taylor/' Home Improvement, ABC, 1996. Manfiedy, "Stalag 16," Weird Science, USA Network, 1997. Gary, The Tony Danza Show, NBC, 1997. Al, Claude's Crib (also known as The Claude Brooks Show), USA Network, 1997. Television Appearances; Pilots: Art, The Plant Family, CBS, 1978. Little Joe, Joanna, ABC, 1985. Abner Gibson, The Loner, ABC, 1988. K-9, ABC, 1991. Stage Appearances: The seducer, Pilgrim's Progress, Gate Theatre, New York City, 1962.

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PERSONAL Full name, Lorraine Vivian Hansberry; born May 19, 1930, in Chicago, IL; died of cancer, January 12, 1965, in New York City; buried in Beth-El Cemetery, Croton-on-Hudson, NY; daughter of Carl Augustus (a realtor and banker) and Nannie (Perry) Hansberry; married Robert B. Nemiroff (a music publisher and songwriter),June20, 1953 (divorced, 1964). Educat/on: Attended the University of Wisconsin, the Art Institute of Chicago, Roosevelt College, the New School for Social Research; also studied in Guadalajara, Mexico, 1948-50. Avocational interests: Ping pong, skiing, walking in the woods, reading biographies, conversation. Career: Writer and director. Freedomways (monthly magazine), journalist, 1950-51, then associate editor, 1952-53. Also worked as an aide to a theatrical producer, a department store clerk, in a fur store, and as a waitress, hostess, and cashier in a Greenwich Village restaurant run by Robert B. Nemiroff's family. Member: Dramatists Guild, Ira Aldrich Society, Institute for Advanced Study in the Theater Arts. Awards, Honors: Named most promising playwright of the season, Variety magazine, 1959; New York Drama Critics Circle Award, best American play, 1959, Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best play, 1960, both for A Raisin in the Sun; Cannes International Film Festival special award and Screen Writers Guild nomination, 1961, both for A Raisin in the Sun. CREDITS Stage Work; Director: /C/c/csandCo, Arie Crown Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1961. RECORDINGS Albums: Lorraine Hansberry Speaks Out: Art and the Black Revolution, Caedmon, 1972. A Raisin in the Sun, Caedmon, 1972.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 WRITINGS Stage Plays: A Raisin in the Sun, U.S. cities, 1959, then Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1959-60, published by Random House (New York City), 1959, republished in an expanded twenty-fifth anniversary edition with The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window, New American Library (New York City), 1987, republished with an introduction by Robert B. Nemiroff, Vintage (New York City), 1994. The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1964, published by Random House, 1965, republished in an expanded twenty-fifth anniversary edition with A Raisin in the Sun, New American Library, 1987. Les Blancs, published by Hart Stenographic Bureau, 1966, produced at the Longacre Theatre, 1970, published as Lorraine Hansberry's Les Blancs, also published by Robert B. Nemiroff and Samuel French, Samuel French (New York City), 1971, also published in Les Blancs: The Collected Last Plays of Lorraine Hansberry (along with the plays What Use Are Flowers? and The Drinking Gourd), edited by Robert B. Nemiroff, Random House, 1972, and republished as Lorraine Hansberry: The Collected Last Plays, New American Library, 1983.

1969; and was edited and adapted for print by Robert B. Nemiroff and Samuel French, with an introduction by James Baldwin, and was published by Prentice-Hall (Englewood Cliffs, NJ), 1969, and by Samuel French, 1971; it was also dramatized as a production of the National Educational Television and Radio Center, 1997. A Raisin in the Sun was adapted as the musical Raisin and was first produced at the Forty-sixth Street Theatre, New York City, 1973; it was also adapted as a television special and broadcast on American Playhouse, PBS, 1989. SIDELIGHTS Hansberry is the subject of a film, The Black Experience in the Creation of Dramatic Subject, Films for the Humanities. OTHER SOURCES Books: Carter, Steven R., Hansberry's Drama: Commitment amid Complexity, University of Illinois Press (Urbana, IL), 1991. McKissack, Patricia C., and Frederick L. McKissack, Young, Black, and Determined: A Biography of Lorraine Hansberry, Holiday House (New York City), 1997.*

Screenplays: A Raisin in the Sun, Columbia, 1961. Nonfiction: The Movement: Documentary of a Struggle for Equality, Simon & Schuster (New York City), 1964, published in England as A Matter of Colour: Documentary of the Struggle for Racial Equality in the U.S.A., Penguin (London, England), 1965. Other Writings: Contributor to books, including American Playwrights on Drama, edited by Horst Frenz, Hill & Wang, 1965; Three Negro Plays, introduction by C. W. E. Bigsby, Penguin, 1969; and Black Titan: W. E. B. Du Bois; an Anthology by the Editors of Freedomways, Beacon Press (Boston, MA), 1970. Contributor to periodicals, including the Negro Digest, Theatre Arts, and Village Voice. Adaptations: Hansberry's writings were adapted for the stage production To Be Young, Gifted, and Black: A Portrait of Lorraine Hansberry in Her Own Words, produced at the Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City,

HARDISON, Kadeem 1965PERSONAL Born July 24, 1965, in Brooklyn, NY. Education: Studied with Earl Hyman and at the Herbert Berghof Studio. Avocational interests: Playing basketball, riding motorcycles. Addresses: /Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Fifth Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor and director. Awards, Honors: Image Award, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), best performance by an actor in a comedy series or special, 1989, and Image Award nomination, NAACP, best actor in a comedy series, 1992, both for A Different World.

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CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Dwayne Wayne, A Different World, NBC, 1987-93. Charles Winston, Between Brothers, Fox, 1997. Television Appearances; Movies: Jim Parker, Dream Date (also known as Home by Midnight), NBC, 1989. Malik Brody, Drive, HBO, 1996. Eddie Williams, Blind Faith, Showtime, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: Super Bloopers and New Practical Jokes, N BC, 1989. Gladys Knight's Holiday Family Reunion Concert, syndicated, 1991. Big Bird's Birthday, or, Let Me Eat Cake, PBS, 1991. Magic Johnson's All-Star Slam N jam, syndicated, 1992. Comic Relief V, HBO, 1992. Henry Brooks, Words Up!, 1992. Host, For Our Children: The Concert, 1993. Movie News Hot Summer Sneak Preview, CBS, 1994. Appeared as Royal, Co Tell It on the Mountain, PBS; also appeared in "The Color of Friendship/' "Amazing Grace/' and "Don't Touch/' all ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The Third Annual American Comedy Awards, ABC, 1989. The 21st Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1989. The 10th Annual American Black Achievement Awards, syndicated, 1989. National Basketball Players Association Awards, 1989. The 22nd Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1990. The 24th Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1992. Television Appearances; Episodic: Phillip Washington, "A Shirt Story," The Cosby Show, NBC, 1984. The Magical World of Disney, NBC, 1988. Reverend Adams, Roc, Fox, 1992. Family Edition, The Family Channel, 1992. Marcus, Living Single, Fox, 1994. Marc Hamilton, Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1996. Perry, "Smooth Sailing," The Love Boat: The Next Wave, UPN, 1998. Also appeared in Spenser: For Hire, ABC.

Television Work; Director: Episodic: A Different World, NBC, 1992. Film Appearances: High school student, Beat Street, Orion, 1984. Moon, Rappin', Cannon, 1985. Enemy Territory, Empire, 1987. Edge, 5choo/ Daze, Columbia, 1988. Willie, I'm Gonna Git You Sucka, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1988. K, Defby Temptation, Troma, 1990. Junior, White Men Can't Jump, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1992. Izzy, Gunmen, Dimension Films/LIVE Entertainment, 1994. Private Jamaal Montgomery, Renaissance Man (also known as Army Intelligence and By the Book), Touchstone, 1994. Temptation, LIVE Home Video, 1994. Julius Jones, Vampire in Brooklyn, Paramount, 1995. Judge, Panther, Gramercy Pictures, 1995. Antoine Tyler, The Sixth Man (also known as The 6th Man), Buena Vista, 1997. Stage Appearances: Appeared in productions at the Eubie Blake Theatre. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Ebony, May, 1995, pp. 36-38; January, 1996, pp. 26-30.*

MARKER, Susannah 1966(?)PERSONAL Born c. 1966; daughter of Richard Owens (an actor) and Polly Adams (an actress); sister of Caroline Harker (an actress); married lain Glen (an actor); children: Finlay. Education: Attended London Central School of Speech and Drama. Addresses: Contact—55 Ashburnham Grove, Greenwich, London SW10 8UJ, England. Career: Actress. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Crossing the Line, Channel 4, 1998.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Television Appearances; Miniseries: Laure St. Fraycourt, Judith Krantz's Till We Meet Again (also known as T/7/ We Meet Again), CBS, 1989. Television Appearances; Specials: Mattie Storin, House of Cards, PBS, 1991. Dinah Morris, Adam Bede, PBS, 1992. Mattie Storin, To Play the King, PBS, 1994. Mattie Storin, The Final Cut, PBS, 1996. Jane Bennet-Bingley, Pride and Prejudice, BBC, then Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Television Appearances; Movies: Alizon Eliot, The Lady's Not for Burning, 1987. Irene St. Claire, Crucifer of Blood, TNT, 1991. Emma Fitzgerald, Heat of the Sun, ITV, 1998. Also appeared in Troubles, Faith, and The Fear. Television Appearances; Episodic: Adelaide Savage, "The Dying Detective/' The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, ITV, 1994, then PBS, 1995. Film Appearances: Bessie Wills, Burke and Wills, Hemdale Releasing, 1985. Young girl, White Mischief, Columbia, 1987. Suzette du Toit, A Dry White Season, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1989. Marie-Ther'se Walter, Surviving Picasso, Warner Bros., 1996. Appeared in Wetherby. Stage Appearances: The Importance of Being Earnest, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1993. Appeared in Racing Demon and The Debutante Ball, both National Theatre, London; Look Back in Anger and Winter in the Morning, both Bristol Old Vic Theatre, London; and in Venus Observed, She Stoops to Conquer, and Coriolanus, all at the Chichester Theatre.*

HARLOW, Jean

1911-1937 PERSONAL

Original name, Harlean Carpenter; born March 3, 1911, in Kansas City, MO; died of cerebral edema

(uremic poisoning), June 7, 1937; daughter of a dentist and Jean Harlow Carpenter (a manager); married Charles Fremont McGrew (in business), 1927 (divorced, 1929); married Paul Bern (a film executive), 1932 (died, 1932); married Harold Rosson (a camera operator), 1933 (divorced, 1935). Education: Attended the Hollywood School for Girls. Career: Actress. CREDITS Film Appearances: Why Is a Plumber? (silent film), Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1927. Moran of the Marines, Paramount, 1928. Weak but Willing, 1929. The Unkissed Man, 1929. This Thing Called Love, Pathe, 1929. Woman in cab, Liberty (also known as Criminals at Large), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1929. Fugitives (also known as Wise Baby), Fox Film Corporation, 1929. Close Harmony, Paramount, 1929. Swanky blonde woman, Double Whoopee, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1929. Target's wife, Bacon Grabbers, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1929. Hazel, The Saturday Night Kid (also known as Love 'Em and Leave 'Em), Famous Players, 1929. Winged ballerina, The Love Parade, Paramount, 1929. New York Nights, United Artists, 1929. Helen, Hell's Angels, United Artists, 1930. City Lights, United Artists, 1931. Rose, The Iron Man, Universal, 1931. Gwen Allen, The Public Enemy (also known as Enemies of the Public), Warner Bros., 1931. Title role, Goldie, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1931. Ann Schuyler, Platinum Blonde, Columbia, 1931. Anne Courtland, The Secret Six, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1931. Cassie Barnes, Three Wise Girls, Columbia, 1932. Daisy Stevens, The Beast of the City, Metro-GoldwynMayer/Cosmopolitan, 1932. Lil Andrews, Red-Headed Woman, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1932. Vantine, Red Dust, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1932. Kitty Packard, Dinner at Eight, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1933. Ruby Adams, Hold Your Man, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1933. Lola Burns, Bombshell (also known as Blonde Bombshell), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1933.

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What the Scotch Started, 1933. Eadie Chapman, The Girl from Missouri (also known as 100 Pure), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1934. Mona Leslie, Reckless, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1935. Dolly Portland, China Seas, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1935. Hattie, Riffraff, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1936. Helen "Whitey" Wilson, Wife vs. Secretary, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1936. Title role, Suzy, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1936. Gladys, Libeled Lady, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1936. Carol Clayton, Saratoga, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1937. Crystal Wetherby, Personal Property (also known as The Man in Possession), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1937. SIDELIGHTS Two 1965 films named Harlow depicted Harlow's life and starred Carol Lynley and Carroll Baker as Harlow.*

HARRIS, Estelle 1932PERSONAL Born April 22, 1932, in New York, NY; daughter of Issac (a candy store owner) and Anna Nussbaum; married Sy Harris (a window treatment salesman), 1952; children: Eric, Glen, Taryn. Education: Attended Tarentum High School, Pennsylvania. Addresses: /Agent—The Gage Group, 9255 Sunset Blvd., Suite 515, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actress. Appeared in commercials for AT&T True USA, 1995, and Marriot Hotels, 1997. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Estelle Costanza, Seinfeld, NBC, 1992-98. Ronnie Cohen, Good Advice, CBS, 1993. Voice of Mrs. Fox, Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher, TheWB, 1997-98. Television Appearances; Movies: Adie, "The West Side Waltz/' CBS Playhouse 90s, CBS, 1995.

Television Appearances; Episodic: "Halloween II: The Return of Leon/' Night Court, NBC, 1986. Delilah, "Al Loses His Cherry/' Married. . . With Children, Fox, 1987. Mrs. Rachlin, "Intolerance," Law & Order, NBC, 1991. Esther Shapiro, Brooklyn Bridge, CBS, 1991. Barry's Mother, Mad About You, NBC, 1992. Mrs. Claus, In the House, NBC, 1995. Mom Henderson, "A Dime a Dance," Fallen Angels, Showtime, 1995. Dick's Mom, "Dick Goes Home," Night Stand, 1996. Old Woman, "Sacred Ground," Star Trek: Voyager, UPN and syndicated, 1996. Miss Howie, Moesha, UPN, 1996. Esther Brooks, Living Single, Fox, 1996. Film Appearances: Mrs. Baleeka, Summerdog, Salisbury, 1977. Irma, Looking Up, Levitt/Pickman, 1977. Peggy's Mother, Once Upon a Time in America, Warner Bros., 1984. Secretary, Stand and Deliver, Warner Bros., 1987. Aunt Harriet, This Is My Life, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992. Aunt Dorothy, Perfect Alibi (also known as Where's Mommy Now), WarnerVision, 1994. Mother Saxer, Downhill Willie (also known as Ski Hard), BMC Home Video, 1996. Bridget, Out to Sea, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Ms. Krubavitch, Chairman of the Board, Trimark Pictures, 1998. Aunt Pearl, My Giant, Columbia, 1998. Flirting Woman, Neil Simon's The Odd Couple II, Paramount, 1998. Grandma Addams, Addams Family Reunion, Warner Bros. Home Video, 1998. Voice, Toy Story 2 (animated), Buena Vista, 1999. Stage Appearances: Shirley Faffner, Curtains!, Wesbeth Theatre Center, New York City, 1981. (Off-Broadway debut) Mother, Enter Laughing, American Jewish Theatre, New York City, 1984-85. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, May 13, 1994, p. 48. People Weekly, August 28, 1995, p. 65. TV Guide, May 6, 1995, p. 31.*

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HARRIS, Steve 1966(?)PERSONAL Born c. 1966; raised in Chicago, IL. Education: Studied acting in college. Avocational interests: Sports.

Knuckles, Moe's Lucky Seven, Playwrights Horizons, New York City, 1994. Also appeared in The Great White Hope, Julius Caesar, Macbeth, and Richard III. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: USA Today, February 9, 1998, p. 10B.*

Career: Actor. CREDITS Film Appearances: Reardon's van driver, Seven Hours to Judgement, Trans World, 1988. Ricky Goggles, Sugar Hill (also known as Harlem), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994. Private McCoy, The Rock, Buena Vista, 1996. Detective Buddy Ruskin, The Mod Squad, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1999. Television Appearances; Series: Eugene Young, The Practice, ABC, 1997—. Television Appearances; Movies: Cecil, Against the Wall (also known as Attica: Line of Fire and Attica! Attica!), HBO, 1994. Detective Miller, Nightmare Street, ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Magic Magee, John Jakes' Heaven and Hell: North and South, Book III (also known as North and South III), ABC, 1994. Neal, George Wa//ace (also known as Wa//ace), TNT, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: (As Steve J. Harris) Bernard, "Gone for Goode," Homicide: Life on the Street, NBC, 1993. Joey "Dogs'' Lang, "Wager," Law and Order, NBC, 1994. Ellers, New York Undercover, Fox, 1994. Filers, New York Undercover, Fox, 1995. Darryl Jackson, Murder One, ABC, 1995. Assistant state's attorney Charles Lamb, Chicago Hope, CBS, 1996. Eugene Young, Ally McBeal, Fox, 1997. Television Appearances; Pilots: Jay Staples, Dark Eyes, ABC, 1995. Stage Appearances: Heliotrope Bouquet, off-Broadway production, New York City, 1993.

HARTLEY, Hal 1959(Ned Rifle) PERSONAL Born November 3, 1959, in Lindenhurst, NY; father, an ironworker; married Miho Nikaido (an actress). Education: Attended Massachusetts College of Art; State University of New York College at Purchase, B.A. (film; with honors), 1984. Addresses: Office—True Fiction Pictures, 12 West 27th St., 10th Floor, New York, NY 10001. Career: Producer, director, film editor, writer, and composer, sometimes under the name Ned Rifle. True Fiction Pictures, New York City, filmmaker, 1984—. Worked variously as an ironworker, electrical grip, and freelance production assistant. Awards, Honors: Audience Award, best feature, Sao Paulo International Film Festival, 1991, for Trust; Best Screenplay Award and nomination for Golden Palm, both Cannes International Film Festival, 1998, for Henry Fool. CREDITS Film Work: Producer, director, and editor, Kid (short), 1985. Producer, director, and editor, The Cartographer's Girl friend (short), 1986. Producer and director, Dogs (short), 1987. Producer, director, and editor, The Unbelievable Truth, Miramax, 1989. Director, Trust, Fine Line Features, 1990. Co-producer, director, and editor, Simple Men, Fine Line Features, 1992. Director and editor, Flirt, 1993, released by Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1995. Producer and director, Amateur, Sony Pictures Classics, 1994.

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Director, New York City 3/94, 1994. Producer, director, and music arranger, Henry Fool, Sony Pictures Classics, 1997. Director, The Book of Life, True Fiction Pictures, 1998. Film Appearances: Kid (short), 1985. Hal—Miho's boyfriend, Flirt, 1993, released by Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1995.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Atlantic Monthly, April, 1994, p. 108. Film Comment, July-August, 1996, p. 68.*

HIGGINS, David 1961(David Anthony Higgins) PERSONAL

Television Work: Director, "Theory of Achievement" (movie), Alive from Off Center, PBS, 1991. Director, "Ambition" (movie), Alive from Off Center, PBS, 1991. Director and editor, "Surviving Desire" (special), American Playhouse, PBS, 1991. WRITINGS Screenplays: Kid (short), 1985. The Unbelievable Truth, Miramax, 1989. Trust, Fine Line Features, 1990. Simple Men, Fine Line Features, 1992. (As Ned Rifle) Flirt, 1993, released by Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1995. (As Ned Rifle) Amateur, Sony Pictures Classics, 1994. Henry Fool, Sony Pictures Classics, 1997. The Book of Life, True Fiction Pictures, 1998. Film Music: (As Ned Rifle) Simple Men, Fine Line Features, 1992. (As Ned Rifle) Flirt, 1993, released by Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1995. (As Ned Rifle) Amateur, Sony Pictures Classics, 1994. Henry Fool, Sony Pictures Classics, 1997. Television Scripts: "Theory of Achievement" (movie), Alive from Off Center, PBS, 1991. "Ambition" (movie), Alive from Off Center, PBS, 1991. "Surviving Desire" (special), American Playhouse, PBS, 1991. Television Music; As Ned Rifle: Score and song "Die in My Dreams," "Theory of Achievement" (movie), Alive from Off Center, PBS, 1991. Score, "Ambition" (movie), Alive from Off Center, PBS, 1991. Score, "Surviving Desire" (special), American Playhouse, PBS, 1991.

Full name, David Anthony Higgins; born December 9, 1961, in DesMoines, IA. Career: Actor, writer, and producer. The Higgins Boys and Gruber, member of comedy trio. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: The Higgins Boys and Gruber, Comedy Channel and Comedy Central, 1989. Joe Parrel I, Ellen (also known as These Friends of Mine), ABC, 1994-98. Master Sergeant Dave Hopkins, The Army Show, The WB, 1998-99. Television Appearances; Episodic: Models Inc., Fox, 1994. Manager, "Lucky Burger," NewsRadio, NBC, 1998. Appeared with the Higgins Boys and Gruber in episodes of The A List, Comedy Central; Caroline's Comedy Hour, Arts and Entertainment; Comic Strip Live, Fox; The Dennis Miller Show, HBO; One Night Stand, HBO; Retaining Laughter, Lifetime; Short Attention Span Theatre, HBO; and Sunday Comics, Fox. Other Television Appearances: Appeared in Howie, Night after Night, Sports Monster, Spy TV Pranks, This Just In, and Toonces the Cat. Film Appearances: Student, Hiding Out, DEC, 1987. Visual Aplomb, Tapeheads, DEC/Avenue, 1988. (As David Anthony Higgins) Lance, Coldblooded, IRS Media, 1995. (As David Anthony Higgins) Ned Campbell, Snake Eyes, Paramount, 1998. Detective Arlen, The Wrong Guy, Lions Gate Films, 1998.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Film Work: Executive producer, The Wrong Guy, Lions Gate Films, 1998. WRITINGS The Higgins Boys and Cruber (television series), Comedy Channel and Comedy Central, 1989. The Wrong Guy (screenplay), Lions Gate Films, 1998.*

HIGGINS, David Anthony See HIGGINS, David

HILL, Amy 1953PERSONAL Born May 9, 1953, in Deadwood, SD. Education: Sophia International University, degrees in art and Japanese; studied acting at the American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, CA. Avocational interests: Using power tools. Career: Actress, comedienne, and writer. Appeared on radio and television in Japan; performed improvisational comedy with National Theatre of the Deranged and Not My Fault; appeared with the AsianAmerican Theatre Company, San Francisco, CA, and the East-West Players; performed at the Eureka Theatre and with the group Cold Tofu. Mentor Playwright's Program, Mark Taper Forum, member. Tokyo Bound Productions, founder. Member: Tuesday's Child, Stroke Association. Awards, Honors: DramaLogue Award, for Reunion; CableACE Award nomination, c. 1995, for Tokyo Bound. CREDITS Stage Appearances: "Tokyo Bound/' Moving beyond the Madness: A Festival of New Voices (solo show), Public/ Anspacher Theatre, New York City, 1991. Him, East West Players, Silverlake, CA, 1994. Appeared in the solo shows Mrs. Hill and Mudd and Behind Myself; also appeared in Reunion.

HILL • 189 Film Appearances: Amy Tarn, Dim Sum (also known as Dim Sum: A Little Bit of Heart), Orion Classics, 1984. Narrator, Unfinished Business, American Film Institute, 1986. Prissy, Mountaintop Motel Massacre, New World, 1986. Computer operator, The Big Blue, Angelika, 1987. Technician, Scrooged, Universal, 1988. First nurse, Ghost Dad, Universal, 1990. Bartender (Oxy Hill), Circuitry Man (also known as Circulatory Man), Skouras, 1990. Hospital nurse, Singles, Warner Bros., 1992. Hsieh, Rising Sun, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993. Bigot, The Last Supper, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1995. Snake Ajima, Yellow, Phaedra Cinema, 1996. Television Appearances; Series: Grandma, All-American Girl, ABC, 1994. Kay Ohara, Maybe This Time, ABC, 1995. Sumi, Pauly (also known as Mommy and Me), Fox, 1997. Suji, The Naked Truth (also known as Wilde Again), NBC, 1997-98. Television Appearances; Movies: Voices of Sanniangzi and Mrs. Wu, "The Magic Pearl" (also known as 'To Po and the Magic Pearl" and "Mystery of the Magic Pearl"; animated), ABC Kids Movie Matinee, ABC, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: Narrator, Troubled Paradise, PBS, 1992. Tokyo Bound, International Channel Network, 1995. "Too Soon for Jeff," ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1996. Television Appearances; Episodic: Beverly Hills 90210, Fox, 1990. Joanna Joyce, Nurses, NBC, 1993. Storytime, PBS, 1994. Voice, Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?, PBS, 1994. Kim, "The Understudy," Seinfeld, NBC, 1994. Voice of the sea witch, "The Little Mermaid," Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child, HBO, 1995. Voice of the insurance adjuster, "Traffic," King of the Hill (animated), Fox, 1997. Also appeared as Penny Candy, Puzzle Place, PBS; in Night Court, NBC; Perfect Strangers, ABC; and The Tracey Ullman Show, Fox.

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Stage Plays; Solo Shows: "Tokyo Bound/' Moving beyond the Madness: A Festival of New Voices, Public/Anspacher Theatre, New York City, 1991. Also wrote the solo shows Mrs. Hill and Mudd and Behind Myself.

Teleplays; Specials: Tokyo Bound, International Channel Network, 1995. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Los Angeles Times, July 20, 1992, p. F1 .*

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1946PERSONAL

Full name, Gregory Oliver Mines; born February 14, 1946, in New York, NY; son of Maurice Robert (a dancer, actor, and musician) and Alma lola (Lawless) Mines; married Patricia Panella (a dance therapist; divorced); married Pamela Koslow (a theatrical producer), April 12, 1981; children: (first marriage) Daria; (second marriage) Jessica, Zachary Evan. Education: Attended professional children's schools; studied tap dancing with Henry LeTang. Avocational interests: Cooking, playing softball. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor, dancer, choreographer, and director. Dancer with the Hines Kids, 1949-55, the Hines Brothers, 1955-63, Hines, Hines, and Dad, 1963-73, and Hines, Hines, and Brown; Severance (a jazz rock band), founder, 1974, singer, songwriter, and guitarist, 1974-77; Dance World '94, London, England, instructor of master class, 1994. Appeared in television commercials for the Discover credit card and Total cereal, 1997, for Cadillac, 1998, and for Apple computers. Also worked as a waiter, busboy, and karate instructor. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

Awards, Honors: Outer Critics Circle Award, Theatre World Award, and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, outstanding featured actor in a Broadway musical, all 1978, for Eubie!; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, outstanding actor in a Broadway musical, 1980, for Comin' Uptown; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, outstanding actor in a musical, 1981, for Sophisticated Ladies; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding individual achievement, 1982, for / Love Liberty; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding individual performer in a variety or music program, 1985, for Motown Returns to the Apollo; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding variety, music, or comedy program, 1989, for "Gregory Hines Tap Dance in America" (also known as "Dance in America"), Great Performances; Antoinette Perry Award, best performance by a leading actor in a musical, Drama Desk Award, best actor in a musical, Outer Critics Circle Award nomination, best actor in a musical, Antoinette Perry Award nomination (with Ted L. Levy), best choreography, and Outer Critics Circle Award nomination (with Ted L. Levy), best choreography, all 1992, for Jelly's Last Jam; Image Award nomination, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (N AACP), outstanding lead actor in a motion picture, 1996, for Waiting to Exhale; Image Award nomination, NAACP, outstanding lead actor in a comedy series, 1998, for The Gregory Hines Show; TOR Award, Dance Educators of America. CREDITS

Film Appearances: Whittington, Wo/fen, Warner Bros., 1981. Eubie!, 1981. Joseph us, History of the World, Part I, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981. Ray Kasternak, Deal of the Century, Warner Bros., 1983. Delbert "Sandman" Williams, The Cotton Club, Orion, 1984. The Muppets Take Manhattan, TriStar, 1984. Raymond Greenwood, White Nights, Columbia, 1985. Ray Hughes, Running Scared, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1986. Albaby Perkins, Off Limits (also known as Saigon), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. Max Washington, Tap, TriStar, 1989. Jim McQuade, Eve of Destruction, Orion, 1991. Goldy, A Rage in Harlem, Miramax, 1991. Kangaroo Court (short film), Lava Entertainment,

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Sergeant Cass, Renaissance Man (also known as Army Intelligence and By the Book), Touchstone, 1994. Marvin, Waiting to Exhale, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1995. Bernard "Bern" Lemley, Good Luck (also known as Guys Like Us and The Ox and the Eye), East West Film Partners, 1996. Jules Flamingo, Mad Dog Time (also known as Trigger Happy), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1996. Joe Hamilton, The Preacher's Wife, Buena Vista, 1996. Tyrone Pike, The Tic Code, Jazz Films, 1998. Once in the Life, The Shooting Gallery, 1999. Film Work: Choreographer, The Cotton Club, Orion, 1984. Choreographer, White Nights, Columbia, 1985. Choreographer, Tap, TriStar, 1989. Director, White Man's Burden (also known as Bleeding Hearts), Savoy Pictures, 1995. Television Appearances; Series: Ben Stevenson, The Gregory Hines Show (also known as Square One), CBS, 1997-98. Television Work; Series: Executive consultant and choreographer, The Gregory Hines Show (also known as Square One), CBS, 1997-98. Television Appearances; Movies: Len Madison, Jr., White Lie (also known as Louisiana Black), USA Network, 1991. T Bone, T Bone N Weasel, TNT, 1992. Jim Shepard/Mark Janek, Dead Air (also known as Hit Radio), USA Network, 1994. Barnes, A Stranger in Town (also known as Higher Laws), CBS, 1995. Jedidiah and the undertaker, The Cherokee Kid, HBO, 1996. Reverend Walton, Color of Justice, Showtime, 1997. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Voice characterization, Baseball (also known as The History of Baseball), PBS, 1994. Television Appearances; Specials: 100 Years of Americas Popular Music, 1981. / Love Liberty, ABC, 1982. Shirley Madame: Illusions, 1982. Parade of Stars, 1983. Night of 100 Stars II (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), ABC, 1985. Motown Returns to the Apollo, NBC, 1985.

MINES • 191 The American Film Institute Salute to Gene Kelly, CBS, 1985. About Tap, PBS, 1985. An All-Star Celebration Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr., NBC, 1986. The National AIDS Awareness Test: What Do You Know About Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome?, syndicated, 1987. Freedomfest: Nelson Mandela's 70th Birthday Celebration, Fox, 1988. Dionne Warwick in London, syndicated, 1988. Host, "Gregory Hines Tap Dance in America" (also known as "Dance in America") Great Performances, PBS, 1989. Sammy Davis, Jr.'s 60th Anniversary Celebration, ABC, 1990. The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, CBS, 1991. The Dancing Man—Peg Leg Bates, PBS, 1992. "Jammin': Jelly Roll Morton on Broadway/' Great Performances, PBS, 1992. Bob Hope: The First Ninety Years, NBC, 1993. Movie News Hot Summer Sneak Preview, CBS, 1994. In a New Light, ABC, 1994. Bruce Hornsby and Friends: An "In the Spotlight" Special, PBS, 1995. "A Renaissance Revisited" (also known as "Dance in America"), Great Performances, PBS, 1996. Celebrate the Dream: 50 Years of "Ebony," ABC, 1996. Signature: George C. Wolfe (documentary), PBS, 1997. A Gala for the President at Ford's Theatre, ABC, 1997. New York host, The All-American Thanksgiving Parade, CBS, 1997. Take a Moment, The Disney Channel, 1998. Host, The National Hate Test (also known as Erase the Hate), USA Network, 1998. Television Work; Choreographer: Specials: "Jammin': Jelly Roll Morton on Broadway," Great Performances, PBS, 1992. "A Renaissance Revisited" (also known as "Dance in America"), Great Performances, PBS, 1996. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 40th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1986. The 19th Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1987. The 42nd Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1988. The 6 / s t Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1989. The 21st Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1989. Host, The /6th Annual Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame, syndicated, 1989.

192 •HIRSCH The Stellar Cospel Music Awards, syndicated, 1990. The 47th Annual Tony Awards, 1993. Host, The 49th Annual Tony Awards, 1995. The 27th Annual NAACP Image Awards, 1995. The 50th Annual Tony Awards, 1996. Presenter, The 49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, 1997. Presenter, The 55th Golden Globe Awards, 1998. Presenter, The 52nd Annual Tony Awards, 1998. Host, The 30th Annual NAACP Image Awards, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Contestant, The Dating Game, ABC, 1968. Evening at Pops, PBS, 1987. "The Nova Quiz/' Nova, PBS, 1993.. Voice of the Beast, "Beauty and the Beast/' Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (animated), HBO, 1995. Voice characterization, "The Golden Rooster/' Stories from My Childhood (also known as Mikhail Baryshnikov's Stories from My Childhood; animated), PBS, 1997. Jack, "Manhattan Miracle," Subway Stories: Tales from the Underground, HBO, 1997. Interviewee, "Bill Robinson: Mr. Bojangles," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Appeared in "Puss in Boots," Faerie Tale Theatre, Showtime; also appeared in The Ed Sullivan Show (also known as Toast of the Town), CBS; Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, and SNL); Square One TV, PBS; and The Tonight Show, NBC. Other Television Appearances: Appeared in the Michael McDonald music video "Sweet Freedom." Stage Appearances: The Girl in Pink Tights, Broadway production, 1954. The Last Minstrel Show (revue), Philadelphia, PA, 1978. Eubie!, Broadway production, 1978. Com/'n' Uptown, Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, 1980. Black Broadway, Town Hall Theatre, New York City, 1980. Sophisticated Ladies, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1981. Bill Robinson, Parade of Stars Playing the Palace, Palace Theatre, New York City, 1983. Night of 100 Stars II (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1985.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Jazz Tap Ensemble, Joyce Theatre, New York City, 1987. An Evening of Tap, Avery Fisher Hall, New York City, 1988. Feste, Twelfth Night, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre/Central Park, New York City, 1989. "Jelly Roll" Morton, Jelly's Last Jam, Broadway production, c. 1992. Appeared with Mikhail Baryshnikov at the opening performance of Feld Ballets/New York, Joyce Theatre, New York City, 1995. Stage Work; Choreographer: Blues in the Night (revue), off-Broadway, 1980. (With Ted L. Levy) Jelly's Last Jam, Broadway production, c. 1992. Major Tours: Sophisticated Ladies, U.S. cities, 1982. RECORDINGS Albums: Gregory H/nes (includes singles "That Girl Wants to Dance with Me" and [with Luther Vandross] "There's Nothing Better Than Love"), Epic Records, 1988. Appeared on Bruce Hornsby's Harbor Lights album. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: American Film, December, 1984, p. 28. American Visions, October-November, 1997, pp. 1419. Dance, December, 1988, p. 46; May, 1994, p. 38; March, 1995, p. 26. Entertainment Weekly, September 12, 1997, pp. 90-

95. New York, March 30, 1981, p. 27. People Weekly, August 17, 1982, p. 105; August 11, 1986, p. 86. Premiere, March, 1989, p. 72.*

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Born March 15, 1935, in the Bronx, New York, NY; son of Joseph Sidney (an electrician) and Sally (Kitzis)

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Hirsch; married first wife, 1957 (divorced, 1958); married Bonnie Chalkin, December 24, 1992; children: (second marriage) Alexander. Education: Studied architecture at Cooper Union, 1957; City College of the City University of New York, B.S. (physics), 1960; studied for the stage at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, the Herbert Berghof Studio, and the Gene Frankel Studio; also studied acting with William Mickey, Viveca Lindford, and Uta Hagen. Religion: Jewish. Career: Actor, director, and consultant. Theatre of the Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA, member of the company, 1969-70; Circle Repertory Company, New York City, member of the company, beginning in 1972. Appeared in advertisements. Also worked as a junior engineer, library page, law office clerk, busboy, hospital bill collector, and summer camp driver. Military service: U.S. Army. Member: Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Screen Actors Guild, Actors' Equity Association. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award, 1974, for The Law; Drama Desk Award, best featured actor in a play, 1975, for Knock Knock; Emmy Award, outstanding lead actor for a single performance in a drama or comedy series, 1977, for Rhoda; Obie Award, best performance, and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, outstanding performance by an actor in a Broadway play, both 1979, for Tally's Folly; Academy Award nomination, best supporting actor, 1980, for Ordinary People; Emmy Awards, outstanding lead actor in a comedy series, 1981 and 1983, and Emmy Award nominations, outstanding lead actor in a comedy series, 1979, 1980, and 1982, all for Tax/; Antoinette Perry Award, best actor in a play, 1986, for I'm Not Rappaport; Golden Globe Award, best actor in a television musical or comedy series, 1989, for Dear John ...; Antoinette Perry Award, best leading actor, 1992, for Conversations with My Father. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Sergeant Dominick Delvecchio, Delvecchio, CBS, 1976-77. Alex Reiger, Taxi, ABC, 1978-82, NBC, 1982-83. Press Wyman, Detective in the House, CBS, 1985. John Lacey, Dear John . . . x NBC, 1988-92. Leo Wagonman, George and Leo, CBS, 1997-98.

HIRSCH • 193 Television Work; Series: Creative consultant, Dear John . . . x NBC, 1988-92. Television Appearances; Movies: Public defender Murray Stone, The Law, NBC, 1974. Jack Auerbach, The Legend of Valentino, ABC, 1975. Saul, Fear on Trial, CBS, 1975. Lieutenant Marco Ciardi, The Keegans, CBS, 1976. Bob Walters, Sooner or Later, NBC, 1979. Herb Rollie, Marriage Is Alive and Well, NBC, 1980. Dr. Jerrold Petrofsky, First Steps, CBS, 1985. Ben Ryder and Harry Ryder, Brotherly Love, CBS, 1985. Captain David Matthews, The Great Escape II: The Untold Story (also known as The Great Escape II: The Final Chapter), NBC, 1988. Martin Knapek, She Said No, NBC, 1990. Dr. Jules Masserman, Betrayal of Trust (also known as Under the Influence), NBC, 1994. Sam Lind, Color of Justice, Showtime, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Dracula, The Halloween That Almost Wasn't, ABC, 1979. The Robert Klein Show, 1981. Loretta Lynn in the Big Apple, 1982. I Love Liberty, ABC, 1982. "Joshua Albook," An American Portrait, CBS, 1984. The Best of Taxi (also known as Hey, Taxi), CBS, 1994. Going, Going, Almost Gone! Animals in Danger, HBO, 1994. A Comedy Salute to Andy Kaufman, NBC, 1995. Narrator and other voices, Sex and the Silver Screen, Showtime, 1996. Appeared as Pontius Pilate, Resurrection; also narrated documentaries for PBS. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, The 46th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1992. Presenter, The 49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Wasteland/7 Medical Story, NBC, 1975. "Two Brothers/' Visions, PBS, 1976. Rhoda, CBS, 1976. "Fringe Benefit/' Rhoda, CBS, 1977. "Rhoda Likes Me," Rhoda, CBS, 1977. Comedy Zone, CBS, 1984. The Magical World of Disney (also known as The Disney Hour), NBC, 1988. Super Bloopers and New Practical Jokes, NBC, 1989.

194 •HIRSCH Super Bloopers and New Practical Jokes, NBC, 1990. Noel Edmonds's Saturday Road Show, BBC, 1990. Ben Karinsky, "Caroline and the Comic/' Caroline in the City, NBC, 1996. Film Appearances: Serpico, Paramount, 1974. Groffo Stepanowicz, King of the Cypsies, Paramount, 1978. Dr. Tyrone Berger, Ordinary People, Paramount, 1980. Al Menetti, Without a Trace, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Roger Reubel, Teachers, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1984. Himself, In Our Hands, Almi Classics, 1984. Arthur Korman, The Goodbye People, Embassy, 1984. Narrator, Isaac in America: A Journey with Isaac Bashevis Singer (documentary), 1986. Arthur Pope, Running on Empty, Warner Bros., 1988. Julius Levinson, Independence Day (also known as ID4), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. The Virtuoso, Old Town Pictures, 1999. Himself, Man on the Moon (also known as Andy Kaufman), Universal, 1999. Stage Appearances: Villain, Crisis in the Old Sawmill, Back Room Theatre, Estes Park, CO, 1962. Murray, A Thousand Clowns, summer stock production, 1963. Diary of a Madman, Woodstock Playhouse, Woodstock, NY, 1964. The Fantasticks, Woodstock Playhouse, 1964. The Threepenny Opera, Woodstock Playhouse, 1964. My Fair Lady, Woodstock Playhouse, 1964. Lead role, On the Necessity of Being Polygamous, Gramercy Arts Theatre, 1964. Telephone repairperson, Barefoot in the Park, Biltmore Theatre, New York City, 1966. Harold Wonder, Scuba Duba, New Theatre, New York City, 1967-69. Wilson, Harvey, 1971. Senator, King of the United States, Westbeth Theatre, New York City, 1972. Senator, Mystery Play, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1972. Bill, Hot L Baltimore, Circle Repertory Company Theatre, New York City, 1972, then Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1973. Saul Nathan, Prodigal, Circle in the Square Theatre, 1973.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Wiseman, Knock Knock, Circle Repertory Company Theatre, 1975, then Biltmore Theatre, 1976. George Schneider, Chapter Two, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1977, then Imperial Theatre, New York City, 1978. Matt Friedman, Tally's Folly, Circle Repertory Company Theatre, 1979, then Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1979, later Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1980, then Elitch Theatre, Denver, CO, 1981. Trigorin, The Seagull, Circle Repertory Company Theatre, 1983. Nat, I'm Not Rappaport, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1985, then Booth Theatre, New York City, 1986. Conversations with My Father, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, WA, 1991, then Royale Theatre, New York City, 1992, later Los Angeles, CA, 1993, then Scarborough, England, 1994, later London, England, 1995. Willy Lowman, Death of a Salesman, PlayMakers Repertory Company, Chapel Hill, NC, 1994. Robbers, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1995. Murray, A Thousand Clowns, Roundabout Theatre, New York City, 1996. Hanrahan, Below the Belt, John Houseman Theatre, New York City, 1996, then Manitoba Theatre Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 1997, later Royal Alexandria Theatre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1997. Also appeared in Life and Death. Stage Work; Director: Squaring the Circle, Back Room Theatre, 1962. Not Enough Rope [and] Busy Dyin' (double-bill), Circle Repertory Company, 1974. Tally's Folly, Elitch Theatre, 1981. Major Tours: Pat, Peterpat, Texas cities, 1970. Nat, I'm Not Rappaport, U.S. cities, 1986-87. WRITINGS Contributor to periodicals, including Rolling Stone. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: American Theatre, May-June, 1994, p. 38. Back Stage, July 26, 1996, p. 44.*

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HORROCKS, Jane 1964PERSONAL Born January 18, 1964, in Rossendale Valley, Lancashire, England. Education: Attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art; studied literature at Oldham College. Addresses: Agent— Duva-Flac Associates, 200 West 57th St., Suite 1008, New York, NY 10019. Career: Actress. Appeared in commercials; appeared in trailers for film festivals and the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Also appeared in educational CD-ROMs. Awards, Honors: Olivier Award nomination, 1993; Royal Television Society Award nomination, best television performance, 1997, for Never Mind the Horroc/cs. CREDITS Film Appearances: Girls Will Be Girls, 1981. Rita, The Dressmaker, Channel 4 Films, 1988. Pattern, The Wolves of Willoghby Chase, Atlantic, 1988. Jenny, Getting It Right, MCEG, 1989. Miss Irvine, The Witches, Warner Bros., 1990. Faith, Memphis Belle, Warner Bros., 1990. Nicola, Life Is Sweet, October Films, 1991. Jodie Greenwood, Deadly Advice, Rosebud Communications Releasing, 1993. Debbie, Second Best, Warner Bros., 1994. Alison, Some Kind of Life, Granada Films, 1995. Voice characterization, Combination Skin, Channel 4 Films, 1996. Laura Hoff ("L V/'), Little Voice, Miramax, 1998. Maria Dorland/Mavis Davis and song performer, Bring Me the Head of Mavis Davis, [Great Britain], 1998. Hunting Venus, 1999. Chicken Run, DreamWorks SKG, forthcoming. Also appeared in Nona and Roots. Television Appearances; Series: Bubble, Absolutely Fabulous (also known as AbFab), BBC-2, 1992-95, then Comedy Central, 1994—. Never Mind the Horrocks, Channel 4, 1996.

HORROCKS • 195 Television Appearances; Movies: Louise, Road, BBC, 1987, then broadcast on Alive TV (also known as Alive From Off Center), PBS, 1985. Pam, Heartland, [Great Britain], 1989. Christine Bracken, The Fifteen Streets, [Great Britain], 1989. Gail, Alive and Kicking (also known as Screen One: Alive and Kicking), BBC, 1991. Bad Girl, [Great Britain], 1992. Deborah Hayes, Suffer the Little Children, [Great Britain], 1994. Marily, Self Catering (also known as Alan Bleasdale Presents Self Catering), [Great Britain], 1994. Dorothy Tearsheet, King Henry IV, 1995. Helen, Nightlife, BBC, 1996. Television Appearances; Episodic: Anja, "The True Bride/' The Jim Henson Hour (also known as Jim Henson Presents, Jim Henson's The Storyteller, and The Storyteller), NBC, 1989. Nirvanah Crane, "Holoship," Red Dwarf, BBC-2, 1992. Guest presenter, The Travel Show, BBC, 1995. "Cold War/' Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1996. Also appeared in The Big Breakfast, Channel 4; Boon, Central Television; The Gaby Roslin Show, Channel 4; The South Bank Show, London Weekend Television; and This Morning and We'd Quite Like to Apologise, both produced in Great Britain. Television Appearances; Specials: Pippa Bond, "No Crying He Makes/' The Ruth Rendell Christmas Mystery, Television South, 1988. Came Out, It Rained, Went Back in Again, [Great Britain], 1991. Contributed voice characterizations to The Blobs, Crapston Villas, and Wyrd Sisters; also appeared in An Audience with . . ., Butter, Leaving Home, Secret Lives, and We/come to the Times. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: 7993 Olivier Awards, 1993. 1995 Olivier Awards, 1995. Also delivered a tribute to director Mike Leigh on a telecast of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards. Television Appearances; Music Videos: Appeared in the video for the single "1963" by New Order.

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Stage Appearances: Appeared as Lady Macbeth, Macbeth; in Cabaret, Donmar Warehouse production; in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice and Road; also performed with the Royal Shakespeare Company, England. Radio Appearances; Specials: Performed on BBC Radio 3, 1997; read Goosey Goosey Gander on BBC Radio 5; read "If Music Be the Food of Love/' Whodunnits, Great Britain; and appeared on BBC Radio 4.*

HOWARD, Ron 1954(Ronny Howard) PERSONAL Born March 1, 1954, in Duncan, OK; son of Ranee (an actor, writer, and director) and Jean (an actress; maiden name, Speegle) Howard; brother of Clint Howard (an actor, director, and writer); married Cheryl Alley (a writer), June 7, 1975; children: Bryce Dallas, Paige Carlyle, Jocelyn Carlyle, Reed. Education: Attended the University of Southern California and Los Angeles Valley College. Addresses: Office— Imagine Films Entertainment, Inc., 1925 Century Park East, Los Angeles, CA 90067. /Agent—Bryan Lourd and Richard Lovett, Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA90212. Career: Actor, director, producer, and writer. Major H Productions, president, 1977; Imagine Films Entertainment, Inc., founder (with others), 1986. Also appeared in advertisements. Member: American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Screen Actors Guild, Directors Guild of America, Writers Guild of America. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, outstanding children's program, 1981, for Through the Magic Pyramid; Director of the Year, National Association of Theatre Owners, 1985; Louella Parsons Award, Hollywood Women's Press Club, 1985; American Cinematheque Award, 1990; Directors Guild of America Award, outstanding achievement in motion pictures, 1996, for Apollo 13; won second place in a movie contest sponsored by Kodak.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: (As Ronny Howard) Opie Taylor, The Andy Griffith Show, CBS, 1960-68. Bob Smith, The Smith Family, ABC, 1971-72. Richie Cunningham, Happy Days (also known as New Family in Town and Happy Days Again), ABC, 1974-80. Voice of Richie Cunningham, Fonz and the Happy Days Gang (animated), ABC, 1980-82. Television Work; Executive Producer; Series: Maximum Security, HBO, 1985. GungHo, ABC, 1986-87. Take Five (also known as /Cooper with a "K"), CBS, 1987. Parenthood, NBC, 1990. Hiller and Diller, ABC, 1997-98. Sports Night, ABC, 1998—. Television Work; Producer; Series: Producer, Poison, Showtime, 1988. Producer, Felicity, The WB, 1998—. Television Appearances; Movies: Donny Fletcher, Locusts, ABC, 1974. Lyle Barlow, The Migrants, CBS, 1974. Title role, Huckleberry Finn, ABC, 1975. Leon Cybulkowski, Act of Love, NBC, 1980. Ned De Vries, Bitter Harvest, NBC, 1981. Lee Mackie, Fire on the Mountain, NBC, 1981. Opie Taylor, Return to Mayberry, NBC, 1986. Television Work; Movies: Director, Cotton Candy (also known as Ron Howard's Cotton Candy), NBC, 1978. Director and executive producer (with Anson Williams), Skyward (also known as Ron Howard's Skyward), NBC, 1980. Director and executive producer, Through the Magic Pyramid (also known as Tut and Tuttle), NBC, 1981. Executive producer (with Henry Winkler), When Your Lover Leaves, NBC, 1983. Executive producer (with Tony Ganz and Irv Wilson), Into Thin Air, CBS, 1985. Executive producer, "Splash, Too/' Disney Sunday Movie, ABC, 1988. Television Appearances; Specials: The Olivia Newton-John Show, ABC, 1976. A Special Olivia Newton-]ohn, ABC, 1976. Battle of the Network Stars I, ABC, 1976.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Battle of the Network Stars //, ABC, 1977. Tm a Fool/' American Short Story, PBS, 1978. Bob Hope Special: The Bob Hope Special, NBC, 1979. VV/V/ow: The Making of an Adventure (documentary), syndicated, 1988. The Happy Days Reunion, ABC, 1992. Hollywood Hotshots, Fox, 1992. A Day in the Life of Hollywood, 1992. George Lucas: Heroes, Myths and Magic, 1993. The Andy Griffith Reunion, 1993. Host, Hollywood on Hollywood, 1993. Homeward Bound, American Movie Classics, 1994. The Roger Gorman Special, The Sci-Fi Channel, 1995. The Making of Apollo 13, The Sci-Fi Channel, 1995. A Day with, Fox, 1995. The 21st Annual People's Choice Awards, 1995. The 68th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1996. Star Wars: The Magic and the Mystery, Fox, 1997. Banned in America: The Stars Speak Out, MSNBC, 1997. Host and narrator, Frank Capra's American Dream, 1997. Academy of Television Arts and Sciences 13th Annual Hall of Fame (also known as ATAS Hall of Fame Awards), Showtime, 1998. CBS: The First 50 Years, CBS, 1998. Behind the Laughs: The Untold Stories of Television's Favorite Comedies (also known as Behind the Laughs: The Museum of Television and Radio and A Museum of Television and Radio Special), Fox, 1998. Television Work; Specials: Executive producer, "No Greater Gift/' ABG Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1985. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Dark December/' Playhouse 90, CBS, 1959. "The Fishing Trip/' Dennis the Menace, CBS, 1959. "Dennis Haunts a House," Dennis the Menace, CBS, 1959. "The Accused," Johnny Ringo, CBS, 1959. Boy, "Walking Distance," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1959. "Child Lost," The June Allyson Show, CBS, 1959. "Dobie's Birthday Party," The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, CBS, 1959. "Mr. O'Malley," The General Electric Theater (also known as The G. E. Theater), CBS, 1959. "Room at the Bottom," The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, CBS, 1960. "Danny Meets Andy Griffith," The Danny Thomas Show, CBS, 1960.

HOWARD • 197 "Where There's a Will," The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, CBS, 1960. "The Ghost Story," Pete and Gladys, CBS, 1960. "Take Me to Your Leader," The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, CBS, 1961. "Tippy-Top," The General Electric Theater (also known as The G. E. Theater), CBS, 1961. "So Dark the Night," The New Breed, ABC, 1962. "Poor Little Kangaroo Rat," Route 66, CBS, 1962. "Is Mr. Martin Coming Back?," The Eleventh Hour, NBC, 1963. "Plague," The Great Adventure, CBS, 1964. "A Candle in the Window," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1964. Gus, "Cry Uncle," The Fugitive, ABC, 1964. (As Ronny Howard) Tommy, "Night of the Wolf," The Big Valley, ABC, 1965. "Opie Joins the Marines," Comer Pyle, U.S.M.C., CBS, 1966. "Little Boy Lost," / Spy, NBC, 1966. "Teach the Tigers to Purr," The Monroes, ABC, 1967. Gentle Ben, CBS, 1967. Richie "Nuthin"' Caldwell, "A Boy Called Nuthin'," Wonderful World of Disney, NBC, 1967. "Andy and Helen Get Married," Mayberry, R.F.D., CBS, 1968. (As Ronny Howard) "The Runaways," The F.B.I., ABC, 1968. "Jelly," Lancer, CBS, 1968. "Between the Dark and the Daylight," Judd, for the Defense, ABC, 1969. Jodar, "Genius at Work," Land of the Giants, ABC, 1969. (As Ronny Howard) "A Man before His Time," Daniel Boone, NBC, 1969. "The Measure of a Man," Lancer, CBS, 1969. (As Ronny Howard) "Charlie Noon," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1969. Chris Fitch, "Smoke," Wonderful World of Disney, NBC, 1970. Headmaster, CBS, 1970. (As Ronny Howard) Lassie, CBS, 1970. Richie Cunningham, "Love and the Happy Day" (also known as "New Family in Town"), Love, American Style, ABC, 1972. (As Ronny Howard) "The Initiation," Bonanza, NBC, 1972. (As Ronny Howard) Underage soldier, "Sometimes You Hear the Bullet," MM*S*H, CBS, 1973. Seth, "The Gift," The Waltons, CBS, 1974. "Somewhere Before," Insight, syndicated, 1975. Richie Cunningham, Laverne and Shirley, ABC, 1976. Richie Cunningham, Laverne and Shirley, ABC, 1979.

198 •HOWARD "The Needle's Eye/' Insight, syndicated, 1981. Host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, and SNL), NBC, 1982. Richie Cunningham, "Welcome Home/' Happy Days (also known as New Family in Town and Happy Days Again), ABC, 1983. Richie Cunningham, Happy Days (also known as New Family in Town and Happy Days Again), ABC, 1984. Firstworks, The Movie Channel, 1988. "Space Travel/' Understanding, The Learning Channel, 1994. "Andy Griffith: Hollywood's Homespun Hero," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. "Tom Hanks: Hollywood's Golden Boy," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. "Henry Fonda: Hollywood's Quiet Hero," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. "John Wayne," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1998. Voice characterization, "When You Dish upon a Star," The Simpsons (animated), Fox, 1998. Appeared in other episodes of Playhouse 90, CBS; also appeared in Cheyenne, ABC; The Danny Kaye Show, CBS; The Dennis Miller Show, HBO; The Dinah Shore Show, NBC; Five Fingers, NBC; Hennessey, CBS; and The Red Skelton Show, NBC and CBS. Television Work; Miniseries: Producer, From the Earth to the Moon, HBO, 1998. Television Appearances; Pilots: Barnaby Baxter, Mr. O'Malley, CBS, 1959. Cory Merlino, Amanda Fallon, NBC, 1972. Anson and Lome, NBC, 1981. Channel 99, NBC, 1988. Television Work; Pilots: Executive producer (with Anson Williams), Skyward Christmas, NBC, 1981. Director and executive producer (with Anson Williams), Little Shots, NBC, 1983. Executive producer, Smart Guys, NBC, 1988. Film Appearances: Uncredited bit part, Frontier Woman, Top Pictures, 1955. (As Ronny Howard) Billy, The journey, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1959. (As Ronny Howard) Five Minutes to Live (also known as Door-to-Door Maniac), Sutton, 1961.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 (As Ronny Howard) Winthrop Paroo, The Music Man, Warner Bros., 1962. (As Ronny Howard) Eddie, The Courtship of Eddie's Father, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1963. (As Ronny Howard) Genius, Village of the Giants, Embassy, 1965. (As Ronny Howard) Virgil, The Wild Country (also known as The Newcomers), Buena Vista, 1971. (As Ronny Howard) Steve Bolander, American Graffiti, Universal, 1973. Johnny, Happy Mothers Day. . . Love, George (also known as Run, Stranger, Run), Cinema 5, 1973. Les Richter, The Spikes Gang, United Artists, 1974. Actor in audition, The First Nudie Musical, Paramount, 1975. Hoover Niebold, Eat My Dust!, New World, 1976. Gillom Rogers, The Shootist, Paramount, 1976. rmaFool, 1976. Sam Freeman, Grand Theft Auto, New World, 1977. Roger Gorman: Hollywood's Wild Angel (documentary), 1978. Steve Bolander, More American Graffiti (also known as Purple Haze), Universal, 1979. Just One Step: The Great Peace March, 1988. The Magical World of Chuck Jones (documentary), Warner Bros., 1992. Film Work; Director: Deed of Derring-Do, 1969. Grand Theft Auto, New World, 1977. Night Shift, Warner Bros., 1982. Splash, Buena Vista, 1984. Cocoon, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1985. And executive producer, Gung Ho (also known as Working Class Man), Paramount, 1986. Willow, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1988. Parenthood, Universal, 1989. Backdraft, Universal, 1991. Far and Away, Universal, 1992. The Paper, Universal, 1994. Apollo 13, Universal, 1995. Ransom, Buena Vista, 1996. Ed TV, Universal, 1999. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, 1999. How the Crinch Stole Christmas, 1999. Also made a documentary on the making of American Graffiti. Film Work; Executive Producer: Leo and Loree, United Artists, 1980. No Man's Land, Orion, 1987. Vibes, Columbia, 1988.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Clean and Sober, Warner Bros., 1988. (With Brian Grazer) Closet Land, Universal, 1991. Film Work; Producer: The Lone Star Kid, 1986. TheBurbs, Universal, 1989. The Chamber, Universal, 1996. Inventing the Abbotts, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Liar Liar, Universal, 1997. Detox, Universal, 1999. How to Eat Fried Worms, Nickelodeon Films/Imagine Entertainment, 1999. Stage Appearances: Rickie Sherman, The Seven Year Itch, Hilltop Summer Theatre, Baltimore, MD, 1956. Ally, Hole in the Head, Bridge Bay Summer Theatre, Reading, PA, 1963.

HURT, John

1940PERSONAL

Full name, John Vincent Hurt; born January 22,1940, in Chesterfield (one source says Shirebrook), Derbyshire, England; son of Arnould Herbert (an Anglican vicar) and Phyllis (an engineer and amateur actress; maiden name, Massey) Hurt; married Annette Robinson (an actress; divorced); companion of Marie-Lise Volpeliere-Pierrot (a composer and model; died, January 26,1983); married Donna-Lynn Laurence (an actress), September 6, 1984 (divorced, 1990); married Jo Dalton (a film production assistant), January 24, 1990; children: (third marriage) Alexander, Nicholas. Education: Studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, 1960-62; also attended art school.

WRITINGS Screenplays: (With Ranee Howard) Grand Theft Auto, New World, 1977. Story Ideas for Films: (With Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel) Parenthood, Universal, 1989. Far and Away, Universal, 1992. Teleplays; Movies: (With Clint Howard) Cotton Candy (also known as Ron Howard's Cotton Candy), NBC, 1978. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, April 1, 1994, pp. 22-23. Esquire, December, 1986, p. 256. Film Comment, May-June, 1984, p. 40. Newsweek, August 28, 1989, p. 56. People Weekly, March 25, 1996, p. 122. Playboy, May, 1994, pp. 53-63. T/me, July3 ; 1995, p. 53.*

HOWARD, Ronny See HOWARD, Ron

Addresses: /Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor. United British Artists, director, 1982—. Also worked as a painter. Member: British Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award and British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, outstanding television actor, both 1975, for The Naked Civil Servant; Golden Globe Award, best motion picture actor in a supporting role, and British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, best supporting actor in a film, both 1978, and Academy Award nomination, best supporting actor, 1979, all for Midnight Express; Male Discovery of the Year Award, Hollywood Women's Press Club, 1980; British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, best actor in a film, 1980, Academy Award nomination, best actor, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best motion picture actor—drama, both 1981, all for The Elephant Man; Evening Standard Award, best actor, 1984, for 7984; Chicago International Film Festival FIPRESCI Awardspecial mention (with Richard Kwietniowski), 1997, for Love and Death on Long Island. CREDITS

HUDSON, Jeffery See CRICHTON, Michael

Film Appearances: Phil, The Young and the Willing (also known as The Wild and the Willing), Universal, 1962.

200 •HURT Charile, This Is My Street, Warner/Rathe, 1963. Richard Rich, A Man for All Seasons, Columbia, 1966. The Sailor from Gibraltar, Lopert, 1967. Davey Haggart, Sinful Davey, United Artists, 1968. Lieutenant Francis Pilkington, Before Winter Comes, Columbia, 1969. Timothyjohn Evans, 10 Rillington Place, Columbia, 1970. Daniel Morel I i, In Search of Gregory, Universal, 1970. Richard Forbush, Cry of the Penguins (also known as Mr. Forbush and the Penguins), British Lion, 1971. Franz, The Pied Piper (also known as The Pied Piper of Hamelin), Paramount, 1972. Malcolm Scrawdyke, Little Malcolm (also known as Little Malcolm and His Struggle against the Eunuch), Multicetera, 1974. Tom Rawlings, The Ghoul, J. Arthur Rank, 1975. Narrator, Do Yourself Some Good, 1975. Shadows of Doubt, 1976. Chandler, La linea del Hume, [Italy], 1976. East of Elephant Rock, Kendon, 1976. Atkinson, The Disappearance, World Northal, 1977. Voice of Hazel, Watership Down (also known as Richard Adams' Watership Down; animated), Avco-Embassy, 1978. Max, Midnight Express, Columbia, 1978. Voice of Aragorn, The Lord of the Rings (animated), United Artists, 1978. Anthony Fielding, The Shout, Films, Inc., 1978. Kane, Alien, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. William C. "Billy" Irvine, Heaven's Gate (also known as Johnson County Wars), United Artists, 1980. John Merrick, The Elephant Man, Paramount, 1980. Jesus, History of the World, Part 1, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981. Peter Strelzyk, Night Crossing, Buena Vista, 1982. Voice of Snitter, The Plague Dogs (animated), United Artists, 1982. Kerwin, Partners, Paramount, 1982. Lawrence Fassett, The Osterman Weekend, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Bob Champion, Champions, Embassy, 1983. Narrator, Observations under the Volcano, Teleculture, 1984. Dino, Success Is the Best Revenge (also known as Le succes a toutpr/x), Gaumont, 1984. Winston Smith, 7984 (also known as Nineteen Eightyfour), Atlantic Releasing, 1984. Sunset People, 1984. Peter Huninger, After Darkness, Philum, 1985. Voice of the Horned King, The Black Cauldron (also known as Taran and the Magic Cauldron; animated), Buena Vista, 1985.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Braddock, The Hit, Island Alive, 1985. Sid, lake Speed, New World, 1986. Bill, Rocinante, Cinema Action, 1986. The actor, "I Pagliacci," Aria, Virgin Vision, 1987. Douglas Benoit, From the Hip, DEC, 1987. Himself, Spaceballs, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1987. Voice of Vincent Van Gogh, Vincent: The Life and Death of Vincent Van Gogh, Illumination Films, 1987. Gilbert Colville, White Mischief, Columbia, 1988. Robert Burger, Little Sweetheart, Nelson, 1988. Lucien Metz, La nuit bengali (also known as The Bengali Night), Gaumont, 1988. Dr. Stephen Ward, Scandal, Miramax, 1989. Dr. Joseph Buchanan, Frankenstein Unbound (also known as Roger Corman's Frankenstein Unbound), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. "The Bird/' The Field, Avenue, 1990. Voices of Mercutio and la dame aux chats, Romeoluliet, 1990. Robert Burgar, Little Sweetheart, [Great Britain], 1990. Lord Percival Graves, King Ralph, Universal, 1991. Himself, Resident Alien (also known as Resident Alien: Quentin Crisp in America), Greycat Films, 1991. Boorman's alter ego, / Dreamt I Woke Up, [Ireland], 1991. The marquis and Anthony, Dark at Noon, Sideral Productions/Canal Plus, 1992. Conrad Farmer, Lapse of Memory (also known as Memo/re traquee), Gerald Mital Productions/ Max Films Productions, 1992. The father, Six Characters in Search of an Author, 1992. Anthony and the marquis, I'oeil qui ment (also known as Dark at Noon, or Eyes and Lies), [France], 1992. Villano, Monolith, MCA/Universal Home Video, 1993. The countess, Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, New Line Cinema, 1993. Uncle Turpin, Second Best, Warner Bros., 1994. Voice of Mr. Mole, Thumbelina (also known as Hans Christian Andersen's Thumbelina; animated), Warner Bros., 1994. Narrator, Foerraederi (also known as Betrayal), SVT International, 1994. John Scholfield, Dead Man, Miramax, 1995. Marquis of Montrose, Rob Roy, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1995. Charley Prince, Wild Bill, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1995.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Dr. Turner, Tender Loving Care, Trident Releasing, 1997. Giles De'Ath, Love and Death on Long Island (also known as Amour et mort a Long Island), CFP Distribution, 1997. Chuck Langer, The Climb (also known as Straight from the Heart), Banner Pictures, 1997. Babits, Bandyta (also known as The Brute), Heritage Films, 1997. S. R. Madden, Contact, Warner Bros., 1997. Poole, Night Town, Subotica Productions, 1998. Magician, Magic, 1998. If. . . Dog. . . Rabbit, Franchise Pictures, 1998. Desert Blue, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1998. James Morton, The Commissioner, Metropolis Filmproduction, 1998. New Blood, Scanbox International, 1999. Lost Souls, New Line Cinema, 1999. Television Appearances; Series: The storyteller, The Storyteller (also known as )im Henson's The Storyteller) Channel 4/Television South, 1988, then broadcast as The )im Henson Hour (also known as Jim Henson Presents), NBC, 1989. Television Appearances; Movies: Joshua Harlborough, A Tragedy of Two Ambitions, BBC, 1973. Quentin Crisp, The Naked Civil Servant, Thames Television, 1975. The Peddler, 1976. Mitri Cyon, Spectre, [Great Britain], 1977. Rex Goodyear, Great Moments in Aviation (also known as Shades of Fear), BBC, 1993. Eric Lomax, Prisoners in Time, BBC, 1995. Jack Lee, Saigon Baby, BBC, 1995. Mr. Summers, All the Little Animals, BBC, 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Caligula, I, Claudius, BBC, 1977, broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1977. Raskolnikov, Crime and Punishment, BBC, 1979. Archie Carpenter, Red Fox, 1991. Porfiry, Crime and Punishment, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: Shades of Greene, Thames Television, 1975. "The Investigation: Inside a Terrorist Bombing/' HBO Showcase, HBO, 1990, broadcast on Granada Television, 1990. Comte de Chevereu, "Two Nudes Bathing/' Picture Windows, Showtime, 1995.

HURT • 201 Television Appearances; Specials: Nijinsky—Cod of the Dance, 1975. Playboy of the Western World, 1976. The fool, "King Lear/' BBC Television Shakespeare, BBC-2, 1982. Voice characterization, Pyramid (documentary), PBS, 1988. Narrator, "The Winged Messenger/' Survival Specials, PBS, 1989. Narrator, Paul McCartney: Going Home, The Disney Channel, 1991. Backstage at Masterpiece Theatre: A Twentieth Anniversary Special, PBS, 1991. Narrator, "Aladdin and the Magic Lamp," We All Have Tales (animated), Showtime, 1994. Narrator, On Jupiter, The Discovery Channel, 1995. Host, The Three Ravens (also known as Jim Henson's The Storyteller), HBO, 1997. Narrator, True Story of the Elephant Man (also known as Sci-Trek), The Discovery Channel, 1997. Narrator, Black Holes: The Ultimate Abyss, The Discovery Channel, 1997. Television Appearances; Other: Mourtzanos, 1961. The Waste Places, ATV, 1968. Treats, 1977. Deadline, BBC, 1988. Poison Candy, BBC, 1988. Charles Rutherford, Windprints, Virgin Vision/ICA Television, 1990. Appeared in Menace, BBC-2 and BBC; also appeared in Acquit and Hang, Fearnot, Green Julia, The Hard Case, I'm a Bird, The Stone Dance, Ten from the Twenties, and Watch Me. Stage Appearances: Mytyl, The Blue Bird, 1953. Lady Bracknell, The Importance of Being Earnest, 1954. Knocker White, Infanticide in the House of Fred Ginger, Arts Theatre, London, England, 1962. Chips with Everything, Vaudeville Theatre, London, England, 1962. Len, The Dwarfs, Arts Theatre, 1963. Title role, Hamp, Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1965. Jones, Inadmissible Evidence, Wyndham's Theatre, London, England, 1965. Malcolm Scrawdyke, Little Malcolm and His Struggle against the Eunuch, Garrick Theatre, London, England, 1966.

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Victor, Belcher's Luck, Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre, London, England, 1966. Malcolm, Macbeth, 1967. Octavius, Man and Superman, Gaiety Theatre, Dublin, Ireland, 1969. Mick, The Caretaker, Mermaid Theatre, London, England, 1972. Peter, Ride a Cocked Horse, Hampstead Theatre, London, England, 1972. Martin, The Only Street, Dublin Festival, Eblana Theatre, Dublin, Ireland, then King's Head Theatre, Islington, England, 1973. Ruffian, The Ruffian on the Stair, Soho Poly Theatre, London, England, 1973. Ben, The Dumb Waiter, Soho Poly Theatre, 1973. Romeo, Romeo and Juliet, Coventry, England, 1973. Tristan Tzara, Travesties, Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre, 1974. Young man, The Arrest, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Bristol, England, 1974. Donal, The Shadow of a Gunman, Nottingham Playhouse, Nottingham, England, 1978. Trigorin, The Seagull, Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, England, 1985. RECORDINGS Taped Readings: Narrator (with others), Aladdin and the Magic Lamp, Rabbit Ears, 1995. Video Games: Joe the bartender, Privateer 2: The Darkening, Electronic Arts, 1996. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Booklist, November 1, 1995, p. 490. Interview, March, 1998, p. 104. New York Times, April 23, 1989; December 2, 1990.*

HUSTON, Anjelica

1951PERSONAL

Born July 8, 1951, in Los Angeles, CA; daughter of John Marcellus (a director, actor, and writer) and Enrica (a ballet dancer; maiden name, Soma) Huston; married Robert Graham, Jr. (an artist), 1992. Education: Attended schools in England; trained for the

stage at the Loft Studio and with Peggy Furey, David Craig, and Martin Landau. Addresses: Manager—International Business Management, 9696 Culver Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232. Career: Actress and director. Also worked as a model. Awards, Honors: Academy Award, New York Film Critics Award, Los Angeles Film Critics Award, National Board of Review Award, Golden Apple Award, and DramaLogue Award, all best supporting actress, all 1985, for Prizzi's Honor; Independent Filmmakers, best actress award, 1987, and Independent Spirit Award, best supporting actress, 1988, both for The Dead; National Society of Film Critics Award, Academy Award nomination, and Los Angeles Critics Association Achievement Award runner-up, all best supporting actress, 1989, for Enemies, a Love Story; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding lead actress in a miniseries or special, 1989, for Lonesome Dove; British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award nomination, best supporting actress, 1990, for Crimes and Misdemeanors; Artistic Achievement Award, Anti-Defamation League, 1990; Academy Award nomination, best actress, 1990, for The Grifters; Los Angeles Film Critics Award, and National Society of Film Critics Award, both best actress, 1990, for both The Grifters and The Witches; National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO) Award, NATO/ShoWest female star of the year, 1990; Independent Spirit Award, best actress, 1991, for The Grifters. Council of Fashion Designers of America Award, 1991; Piper Heidsieck Award, San Francisco Film Festival, 1991; Spencer Tracy Award, University of California, Los Angeles, 1992, for "outstanding screen performances and professional achievement"; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a motion picture—comedy or musical, for The Addams Family; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a miniseries or motion picture made for television, 1994, for Family Pictures; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a motion picture—comedy or musical, 1994, for Addams Family Values; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding lead actress in a miniseries or a special, 1995, and Screen Actors Guild Award, outstanding performance by a female actor in a television movie or miniseries, 1996, both for Buffalo Girls; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture, and Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, outstand-

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 ing performance by a female actor in a supporting role, both 1996, for The Crossing Guard; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding individual achievement in directing for a miniseries or a special, 1997, for Bastard out of Carolina. CREDITS Film Appearances: Claudia, A Walk with Love and Death, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1967. Sinful Davey, United Artists, 1969. Court lady, Hamlet, Columbia, 1969. Durant's woman, Swashbuckler (also known as Scarlet Buccaneer), Universal, 1976. Edna, The Last Tycoon, Paramount, 1976. Madge, The Postman Always Rings Twice, Paramount, 1981. Mental patient, Frances, Universal, 1982. Polly Deutsch, This Is Spinal Tap (also known as Spinal Tap), Embassy, 1984. Maida, The Ice Pirates, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1984. Maerose Prizzi, Prizzi's Honor, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1985. Grand high leader, Captain Eo, Walt Disney Productions, 1986. Good to Co (also known as Short Fuse), 1986. Samantha Davis, Gardens of Stone, TriStar, 1987. Gretta Conroy, The Dead, Vestron-Zenith, 1987. Persis Bosworth-Tennyson, Mr. North, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1988. Mrs. Rattery, A Handful of Dust, New Line Cinema, 1988. Tamara, Enemies, a Love Story, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1989. Dolores Paley, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Orion, 1989. Mrs. Ernst/grand high witch, The Witches, Warner Bros., 1990. Lilly Dillon, The Crifters, Miramax, 1990. Morticia Addams, The Addams Family, Paramount, 1991. Herself, The Player, New Line Cinema, 1992. Marcia Fox, Manhattan Murder Mystery, TriStar, 1993. Morticia Addams, Addams Family Values, Paramount, 1993. Mary, The Crossing Cuard, Miramax, 1995. Carmela Perez, The Perez Family, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1995. Rodmilla, Ever After (also known as Cinderella and Ever /After: A Cinderella Story), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998.

HUSTON • 203 Janet Brown, Buffalo '66, Lions Gate Films, 1998. The Mammy, October Films, 1999. Film Work: Director, The Mammy, October Films, 1999. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Clara Allen, Lonesome Dove, CBS, 1989. Television Appearances; Movies: Sonja, The Cowboy and the Ballerina, CBS, 1984. A Rose for Miss Emily, 1989. Lainey Eberlin, Family Pictures, ABC, 1993. Dr. Betsey Reisz,... And the Band Played On, HBO, 1993. Calamity Jane, Buffalo Girls, CBS, 1995. Leila, Phoenix, HBO, 1998. Television Work; Movies: Director and producer, Bastard out of Carolina, Showtime, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: The Making of Disney's Captain Eo, The Disney Channel, 1986. Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1991. Lonesome Dove: The Making of an Epic, TNN, 1992. Labor of Love: The Making of Bastard out of Carolina, Showtime, 1996. Narrator, Daughters of the Troubles: Belfast Stories, PBS, 1997. Lifetime Women's Film Festival, Lifetime, 1998. Intimate Portrait: Anjelica Huston, Lifetime, 1998. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 57th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1985. The 59th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1987. The 60th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1988. The 6 7 s t Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1989. The 62nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1990. The 78th Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award: A Salute to Sir David Lean, ABC, 1990. The 63rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1991. The 49th Co/den Globe Awards, TBS, 1992. The 64th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1992. The 70th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1998.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Faerie Tale Theatre, Showtime, 1989. Also appeared in episodes of Laverne and Shirley, ABC.

Award, best supporting actor, 1981, Golden Globe Award, male new star of the year, 1981, all for Ordinary People; Golden Globe nomination, best motion picture actor, 1982, for Taps. CREDITS

Other Television Appearances: Appeared in the music video "Addams Groove" by Hammer. Stage Appearances: Tamara de Lempicka, Tamara, II Vittorale Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1985. Appeared in Hamlet, Roundhouse Theatre, London, England. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Cosmopolitan, May, 1994, p. 270. Film Comment, September-October, 1987, p. 24. Interview, September, 1985, p. 245; December, 1987, p. 62; December, 1991, pp. 80-84; October, 1994, p. 175. New York Times Magazine, February 12, 1989, p. 19. People Weekly, July 8, 1985, p. 50. Vogue, September, 1985, p. 674; November, 1990, p. 356.*

MUTTON, Timothy

1960PERSONAL

Born August 16, 1960, in Malibu, CA; son of Jim (an actor) and Maryline (a teacher and printer; maiden name, Poole) Mutton; married Debra Winger (an actress), March 16, 1986 (divorced, 1990); children: Emmanuel Noah. Avocational interests: Basketball, playing drums, horseback riding. Addresses: Office—Kaufman and Bernstein, 2049 Century Park E., #2500, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Agent—Judy Hofflund, United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor, director, and producer. Awards, Honors: Academy Award, best supporting actor, 1980, Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, best supporting actor, 1980, Golden Globe

Film Appearances: (Film debut) Conrad Jarrett, Ordinary People, Paramount, 1980. Brian Moreland, Taps, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981. Title role, Daniel, Paramount, 1983. Dr. Stanley Shephard, Iceman, Universal, 1984. Jimmy Lynch, Turk 182!, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1985. Christopher Boyce, The Falcon and the Snowman, Orion, 1985. Mike Shea/Elmo Barnett, Made in Heaven, Lorimar, 1987. Cameo appearance, Betrayed, United Artists, 1988. Jack, A Time of Destiny, Columbia, 1988. Donnie ("Cake"), Everybody's All-American, Warner Bros., 1988. Dimitri Sanin, Torrents of Spring (also known as Acque di primavera), Millimeter, 1989. Al Reilly, Q & A, TriStar, 1990. Thad Beaumont/George Stark, The Dark Half, Orion, 1993. Peter Derns, The Temp, Paramount, 1993. Charlie, French Kiss, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1995. Cameo appearance, Take a Number, 1996. Willie Conway, Beautiful Girls, Miramax, 1996. Martin Geldhart, The Substance of Fire, Miramax, 1996. Raymond Blossom, Playing Cod, Buena Vista, 1997. Lee Egan, City of Industry, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1997. Colonel William Kent, The Ceneral's Daughter, Paramount, 1999. Television Appearances; Movies: Art, Zuma Beach, NBC, 1978. Jason Cramer, And Baby Makes Six, NBC, 1979. Tommy Callahan, The Best Place to Be, NBC, 1979. John Mullen, Friendly Fire, ABC, 1979. Derek Clayton, Young Love, First Love, CBS, 1979. Jim, Father Figure, CBS, 1980. We're Family Again, 1981. Donald Branch Booth, A Long Way Home, ABC, 1981. Tom ("Windows"), Strangers, HBO, 1992. F. Scott Fitzgerald, Zelda, TNT, 1993. Martin Ryan, The Last Word (also known as Cosa Nostra: The Last Word), Showtime, 1995.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Richard Loving, Mr. and Mrs. Loving, Showtime, 1996. John Larkin/Sam Ellis, Dead by Midnight (also known as Midnight Man), ABC, 1997. Frankie, Vig, 1998. Aldrich Amos, Aldrich Amos: Traitor Within, Showtime, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: Cadet Whopper Turnbull, "The Oldest Living Graduate/' NBC Live Theater, NBC, 1980. The Ultimate Stuntman: A Tribute to Dar Robinson, ABC, 1987. MTV's 1989 Video Music Awards, MTV, 1989. The 44th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1990. The Donner Party, PBS, 1992. The /5th Annual CableAce Awards, TNT, 1994. Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 1996. 70th Annual Academy Awards, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Sultan and the Rock Star," World of Disney, NBC, 1980.

Peter, Prelude to a Kiss, Helen Hayes Theatre, New York City, 1990. Babylon Gardens, Circle Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1991. Appeared in summer stock production of Harvey; also appeared in Remembrance; Long Day's Journey into Night; Sleep Beauty; and Driving Miss Daisy. Film Work: (Directorial debut) Digging to China, Ministry of Film, 1998. Television Work: Director, "Drive" (music video), performed by The Cars, 1984. Director, "Grandpa's Ghost," Amaz/ng Stones, NBC, 1985. Executive producer, Mr. and Mrs. Loving, Showtime, 1996. OTHER SOURCES

Stage Appearances: Orpheus Descending, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1984. (Broadway debut) Love Letters, Edison Theatre, New York City, 1989.

Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, October 24, 1997, p. 42. People Weekly, May 8, 1995, p. 23. Variety, February 2, 1998, p. 33.*

I ICECUBE

1969PERSONAL

Original name, O'Shea Jackson; born June 15,1969, in Los Angeles, CA; son of Hosea (a machinist and groundskeeper) and Doris (a hospital clerk) Jackson; children: O'Shea Jackson, Jr. Education: Graduated from Phoenix Institute of Technology, 1988. Addresses: Office—Priority Records, 6430 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028; and Street Knowledge Productions, 6809 Victoria Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90043. /Agent—William Morris Agency, 1350 Sixty Ave., New York, NY 10019. Career: Rap musician, actor, producer, writer, and director. Member of rap group N.W.A. (Niggaz With Attitudes), 1986-89; formed Street Knowledge (record label and production company), 1990; toured with the Lollapalooza festival, 1992. Awards, Honors: Critics Pick Award, best male rapper, Rolling Stone, 1990; gold records, "WickedV "U Ain't Gonna Take My Life/' and "It Was a Good Day/' both 1993; NAACP Image Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor in a motion picture, 1996, for Higher Learning; MTV Movie Award nomination (shared with Chris Tucker), best on-screen duo, 1996, for Friday; platinum records, AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted, Kill at Will, Death Certificate, and The Predator. CREDITS Film Appearances: Performed the song "Straight Outta Compton," The Freshman, TriStar, 1990 and New Jack City, Warner Bros., 1991.

Performed the song, "Compton's N the House/100 Diss," Without You I'm Nothing, New Line Cinema, 1990. Doughboy, Boyz N the Hood, Columbia, 1991. Slammin' Rap, Video Magazine, Volume 2, Vpi Harmo, 1991. Performed the song, "Fuck the Police/' Grand Canyon, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Savon, Trespass, Universal, 1992. Himself, CB4, Universal, 1993. Himself, A Darker Side of Black, 1993. Teddy Woods, The Class Shield, Miramax, 1994. Fudge, Higher Learning, Columbia, 1995. Craig, Friday, New Line Cinema, 1995. Vusi Madlazi, Dangerous Ground, New Line Cinema, 1997. Danny Rich, Anaconda, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997. Straight from the Streets (documentary), Upfront Productions, 1997. Reggie, The Players Club, New Line Cinema, 1998. Gun runner, / Got the Hook Up, Miramax, 1998. Three Kings (also known as 5po/7s of War), Warner Bros., 1999. Film Work: Executive producer, Friday, New Line Cinema, 1995. Executive producer, Dangerous Ground, New Line Cinema, 1997. Director and executive producer, The Players Club, New Line Cinema, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: Presenter, The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 1995. 12th Annual Soul Train Music Awards, 1998. Presenter, The 25th Annual American Music Awards, 1998.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Television Appearances; Episodic: Pump It Up!: The Second Video, Fox, 1992. Himself, The Jamie Foxx Show, The WB, 1996. RECORDINGS Albums: (With N.W.A.) Straight Outta Compton, Priority, 1989. AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted, Priority, 1990. Kill at Will, Priority, 1991. Death Certificate, Priority, 1991. The Predator, Priority, 1992. Wicked, Priority, 1992. Lethal Injection, Priority, 1993. Bootlegs & B-Sides, Priority, 1994. Featuring. . .Ice Cube, Priority, 1997; expurgated version, Priority, 1997. War & Peace, Vol. 1 (War Disc), Priority, 1998; expurgated version, Priority, 1998. Album Soundtracks; Vocal and Track Contributions: "How to Survive in South Central/' Boyz-N-the-Hood, Qwest, 1991. (Contributor, with Ice-T) Trespass, Sire, 1992. Murder Was the Case, Priority, 1994. "Higher/' Higher Learning, Interscope, 1995. Friday, Priority, 1995. Gang Related, Priority, 1997. "World Is Mine/' Dangerous Ground, Jive, 1997. "Foe Life/' Anaconda, Edeltone, 1997. "Ghetto Vet," / Cot the Hook Up, Priority, 1998. "Maniac in the Brainiac," Bulworth, Interscope, 1998. "We Be Clubbin'," "Who Are You Lovin'," "You Know I'm a Ho," and "You Delinquent," The Players Club, Heavyweight, 1998. Singles: (With N.W.A.) "Boyz-N-the-Hood," Priority, 1986. Check Yo Self (featuring Das EFX) (extended play), Priority, 1993. Rea//y Doe (extended play), Priority, 1994. You Know How We Do It (extended play), Priority, 1994. Bop Gun (One Nation) (extended play), Priority, 1994. Gangstas Make the World Go Round, Westside Connection, Priority, 1997. Pushin'Weight, Best Side/Priority, 1998. Contributor to the single "Get the Fist," 1992. Albums; Vocal, Track, and Artistic Contributions: Straight Outta Compton, N.W.A., Ruthless, 1988.

ICECUBE «207 No One Can Do It Better, D.O.C., Ruthless, 1989; expurgated version, Atlantic, 1989. "What Is a Booty?," "Mistadobalina," "Pissin on Your Steps," and "Dr. Bombay," / Wish My Brother George Was Here, Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, Elektra, 1991. "What Can I Do?," and "You Can't Play with My YoYo," Make Way for the Motherlode, Yo-Yo, East West, 1991. "Capital Punishment in America," "Buck Tha Devil," "You and Your Heroes," "Guerillas in Tha Mist," "Lenchmob Also in Tha Group," "Freedom Got an A.K.," "Who Ya Gonna Shoot Wit That," "Lord Have Mercy," and "Inside the Head of a Black Man," Guerillas in Tha Mist, Da Lench Mob, Atco, 1992. "Scared Lil' Nigga," "Cut Throats," "Who Is It?," "Mellow Madness," and "Set the Shit Straight," Plant of Da Apes, Da Lench Mob, Priority, 1994. "Level-N-Service," On Anotha Level, Anotha Level, Priority, 1994. "Bad Boy," Faded, Don Jagwarr, Priority, 1994. "Champion," 'til Shiloh, Buju Banton, Loos Cannon, 1995. Diary, Scarface, Virgin, 1995. "Mozi-Wozi," "Westside Slaughterhouse," and "Foe Life," Mack 10, Mack Ten, Priority, 1995. "West Up!," "Homesick," and "Curb Servin'," Curb Serving W.C. & the Maad Circle, Payday/London, 1995. "Bop Gun (One Nation)," Greatest Funkin' Hits, George Clinton, Capitol, 1996. Total Control (expurgated version), Yo-Yo, Elektra/ Asylum, 1996. "Wicked Wayz," Wicked Wayz, Mister Mike, Relativity, 1996. Re-Birth, Dazzle Dee, Raging Bull, 1996. "Bow Down," "All the Critics in New York," "Gangstas Make the World Go Round," "Do You Like Criminals?," "Gangsta, the Killa, and the Dope. . .," "Cross 'Em Out and Put a 'K," "King of the Hill," "3 Time Felons," "Westward Ho," and "Hoo-Bangin'," Bow Down, Westside Connection, Priority, 1996. "Ain't No Busta's This Way," God Is Able, NU City Mass Choir, Polygram, 1996. "Mr. Happy," Emancipation, Prince, NPG/EMI, 1996. Big Thangs (expurgated version), Ant Banks, Priority, 1997. Gangstas Make the World Co Round #1 and Cangstas Make the World Co Round #2, Westside Connection, Priority, 1997. Steel, Steel, Warner Bros., 1997.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Executive producer, The Players Club, A&M, 1998. Cangsta Rap (compilation), Priority, 1998. WRITINGS

Album Compilations; Track Contributions: "The Wrong Nigga To Fuck Wit/' Rapmasters: From Tha Priority Vaults, Vol. 4, Priority, 1996. "Westside Slaughterhouse/' Pass the Mic: The Posse Album, Priority, 1996. "Foe Life/' Hip Hop's Most Wanted, Pryority, 1996. "My Summer Vacation," Phat Blunts: Rap Unda Tha Influence, Priority, 1996. "What Can I Do?/' Hip Hop Coast 2 Coast, Priority, 1998. Albums; Producer, Unless Otherwise Indicated: Executive producer, / Wish My Brother George Was Here, Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, Elektra, 1991. Make Way for the Motherlode, Yo-Yo, East West, 1991. Executive producer, Black Pearl, Yo-Yo, East West, 1992. Executive producer, Guerillas in Tha Mist, Da Lench Mob, Priority, 1992. Composer, Comin' Up Outta This Bitch, Audio Assault Squad, 380, 1993. Executive producer, Neva Again, Kam, Street Knowledge, 1993. Executive producer, You Better Ask Somebody, YoYo, Atlantic, 1993. Blankman (soundtrack), Epic, 1994. Faded, Donjagwarr, Priority, 1994. Plant of Da Apes, Da Lench Mob, Priority, 1994. Mack 10, Mack Ten, Priority, 1995. Engineer, Curb Serving WC & the Maad Circle, Payday/London, 1995. Represent!n'the Streets (compilation), Payday, 1995. Engineer and mixing, Substitute (soundtrack), Priority, 1996. Engineer and mixing, Uncle Luke, Luke, Luther Campbell, 1996. Engineer and mixing, Bow Down, Westside Connection, Priority, 1996. Engineer and mixing, Cangstas Make the World Co Round #1 and Cangstas Make the World Co Round #2, Westside Connection, Priority, 1997. Executive producer, Dangerous Ground, Jive, 1997. Mixing, Comrads, Comrads, Scotti Bros., 1997. Executive producer, Maximum Rap (compilation), Elektra/Asylum, 1997. Based on a True Story, Mack Ten, Priority, 1997. Phat Beats & Bra Straps: Battle Rhymes (compilation), Rhino, 1998.

Screenplays: Friday, New Line Cinema, 1995. The Players Club, New Line Cinema, 1998. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, October 13,1995, p. 84; January 23, 1998, p. 61. Interview, March, 1990; December, 1991, p. 89. Rolling Stone, October 4, 1990, p. 78. Variety, February 1 7, 1997, p. 70; Apri I 13, 1998, p. 28.*

IRVING, Amy 1953PERSONAL Born September 10, 1953, in Palo Alto, CA; daughter of Jules (a theatrical director) and Priscilla Pointer (an actress); married Steven Spielberg (a director, producer, and screenwriter), November 27, 1985 (divorced, 1989); married Bruno Barreto (a director and producer); children: (first marriage) Max Samuel; (second marriage) Gabriel. Education: Attended the High School of Music and Art (now LaGuardia High School of the Arts); studied at the American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, CA, 1971-72, and at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, 1972-75. Addresses: /Agent—Bill Butler, The Gersh Agency, 130 West 42nd St., New York, NY 10036. Career: Actress and producer. Los Angeles Classic Theatre Works, member. Member: Actors' Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, best supporting actress, 1983, for Yentl; Golden Globe Award nomination, best actress in a miniseries, 1986, for Anastasia; Obie Award, 1988, for The Road to Mecca; Golden Globe Award nomination, best ac-

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 tress—comedy, 1988, for Crossing Delancey; Drama Desk Award nominations for Heartbreak House, Road to Mecca, and Broken Glass. CREDITS Film Appearances: I'm a Fool, 1976. Sue Snell, Carrie, United Artists, 1976. Gillian Bellaver, The Fury, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1978. Rosemarie Lemon, Voices, United Artists, 1979. Heidi Joan Schoonover, The Competition, Columbia, 1980. Lily Ramsey, Honeysuckle Rose (also known as On the Road Again), Warner Bros., 1980. Hadass, Yentl, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1983. Maude Guillory, Micki and Maude, Columbia, 1984. Katie, Rumpelstiltskin, Cannon, 1987. Singing voice of Jessica Rabbit, Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (animated), Buena Vista, 1988. Isabelle "Izzy" Grossman, Crossing Delancey, Warner Bros., 1988. Kate Ryan de Melendez, A Show of Force, Paramount, 1990. Voice of Miss Kitty, An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (animated), Universal, 1991. Karen, Benefit of the Doubt, Miramax, 1993. Diana Allen, Kleptomania, Warner Bros., 1995. Rosealee Svenden, Carried Away (also known as Acts of Love), Fine Line Features, 1996. Clara Gelber, I'm Not Rappaport, Gramercy Pictures, 1996. Jane, Deconstructing Harry, Fine Line Features, 1997. F.B.I, agent Jean Devlin, One Tough Cop, Stratosphere Entertainment, 1998. Sara Fertig, The Confession, New City Releasing, 1999. Shepherd, 1999. Sue Snell, Carrie 2, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1999. Film Work: Executive producer (with Bruno Barreto and Robert Dattila) Carried Away (also known as Acts of Love), Fine Line Features, 1996. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Emily Pawlfrey Massengale, Once an Eagle, NBC, 1976-77. Anjuli, The Far Pavilions, HBO, 1984.

IRVING • 209 Television Appearances; Movies: Norma Jean, James Dean (also known as The Legend), NBC, 1976. Amanda Blackwood, James A. Michener's Dynasty, NBC, 1976. Anne, Panache, ABC, 1976. Anna Anderson, Anastasia: The Story of Anna, NBC, 1986. Melissa Sanders, "The Theater/' Twilight Zone: Rod Serling's Lost Classics, CBS, 1994. Television Appearances; Specials: 'I'm a Fool," American Short Story, PBS, 1978. Ellie Dunn, Heartbreak House, Showtime, 1985. Ellie Dunn, "Heartbreak House," Great Performances, PBS, 1986. Funny, You Don't Look 200, ABC, 1987. The 6 / s t Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1987. Voice of Pauline Newman, A Century of Women (also known as A Family of Women), TBS, 1994. The American Film Institute Salute to Steven Spielberg (also known as The 23rd Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award: A Salute to Steven Spielberg), NBC, 1995. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Reading, Writing, and Angel Dust/' The Rookies, ABC, 1975. "The Hit/' Po//ce Woman, NBC, 1975. "Tell It to the Marines," Happy Days, ABC, 1976. Passenger, "Ghost Train," Amazing Stories, NBC, 1985. Governess, "The Turn of the Screw," Nightmare Classics, Showtime, 1989. Host, "Kids at Work," Your Family Matters, Lifetime, 1991. Voice, "Beauty and the Beast: A Tale of the Crimson," Stories from My Childhood (also known as Mikhail Baryshnikov's Stories from My Childhood), PBS, 1997. Stage Appearances: Baby, Rumpelstiltskin, Actors Workshop, San Francisco, CA, 1954. And Chocolate on Her Chin, off-Broadway production, 1970. Juliet, Romeo and]uliet, Los Angeles Free Shakespeare Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1975, also Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, WA, 1982-83. Constanze Weber, Amadeus, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1981-82. Elvira, Blithe Spirit, Santa Fe Festival Theatre, Santa Fe, NM, 1983.

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Ellie Dunn, Heartbreak House, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1983-84. Masha, Three Sisters, Williamstown, MA, 1987. Elsa Barlow, The Road to Mecca, Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1988. The Heidi Chronicles, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1990. Sylvia Gellburg, Broken Class, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1994, and at the Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT. Olga, Three Sisters, Roundabout Theatre, New York City, 1997. Also appeared in The Glass Menagerie.

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Film Appearances: Doctor no. two, The Tall Guy, Virgin Vision, 1989. Market Trader, Shopping, Concorde Pictures, 1994. Harry, Solitaire for Two, Paramount Home Video,

1995. Lord Felton, Dragonheart, Universal, 1996. Trauma Surgeon D.J., Event Horizon, Paramount,

1997. Alain, St. Ives, Ivon Entertainment, 1998. Ronald Quincy, Armageddon, Buena Vista, 1998. Cow Pat Keegan, Divorcing Jack, Scala Productions, 1998. Colonel Mekum, Soldiers, Warner Bros., 1998.

Radio Appearances: Once in a Lifetime, 1987. The Heiress, 1998. Also appeared on Road to Mecca and The Price, BBC. RECORDINGS Taped Readings: Deja Dead, Simon & Schuster Audio, 1997. Fifty Poems of Emily Dickinson, Dove Audio, 1997. Then Came Heaven, Dove Audio, 1998. Also Babbit. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Forbes, October 14, 1996, p. 52. Interview, October, 1988, p. 124. Library Journal, March 15, 1998, p. 111. New York Times, May 23, 1988. People Weekly, January 16, 1984, p. 36; August 7, 1989, p. 68; January 15, 1998, p. 39. Premiere, October, 1988, p. 92.

ISAACS, Jason PERSONAL Born in Liverpool, England. Education: Attended London's Central School of Speech and Drama. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actor.

Also appeared in Dangerous Love.

Television Appearances; Movies: Frank Dillon, Civvies, 1992. Dez2, Loved Up, 1995. Peter Fraiman, A Relative Stranger, 1995. Jim Reid, Guardians, 1996. Tony Kay, The Fix, 1997. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Ashenden, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. Father Luca Tonarini, Mario Puzo's The Last Don II, CBS, 1998. Appeared in Dangerous Lady.

Television Appearances; Series: Chas Ewell, Capital City, Thames TV, 1989-90. Television Appearances; Special: Dr. Desmond Collier, "Cherubim and Seraphim/' Mystery! (also known as Inspector Morse, Series VIII), PBS, 1995. Television Appearances; Episodic: Dr. Guy Chadbot, "A Growing Crisis/' This Is David Lander, 1988. Edward Latham, "Fall from Grace/' T£CX, 1990. Zachary Blaine, "The Lady and the Tiger/' Highlander, syndicated, 1993. Mike Puckett, "Thieves Like Us," Boon, CTV, 1995.

Also appeared in Taggart. Stage Appearances: Appeared in productions of Angels in America, Royal National Theatre, London; 1953, Almeida Theatre, London; and Marat/Sade.*

J JACOB, Irene 1966PERSONAL Born July 15, 1966, in Geneva, Switzerland (some sources say Paris, France). Education: Attended Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts et Techniques du Theatre, the Dramatic Studio, and the Geneva Conservatory of Music. Addresses: /Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Fifth Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Cannes International Film Festival Award, best actress, 1991, for La double vie de Veronique; Nika Award nomination, best actress, 1993, for Predskazanie. CREDITS Film Appearances: Mile. Davenne, Au revoir, les enfants (also known as Auf Wiederschen, Kinder and Goodbye, Children), Orion Classics, 1987. La bande des quatre, 1989. Les mannequins d'osler, 1989. Anne, Erreur de jeunesse, M 87 Productions, 1990. Sarah, Le secret de Sarah Tombelaine (also known as The Secret of Sarah Tombelaine), C N C/Fil a Film/St. Michel Production, 1991. Veronique and Weronika, La double vie de Veronique (also known as Podwojne zycie Weroniki and The Double Life of Veronique), Miramax, 1991. Beatrice, Claude (also known as Trusting Beatrice), Castle Hill, 1992. Enak, [France, Germany, and Poland], 1992.

Li lias Craven (Mary's mother), The Secret Garden, Warner Bros., 1993. Joanna, La passion Van Gogh (also known as The Van Gogh Wake), [France and Belgium], 1993. Valentine, Trois couleurs: Rouge (also known as Trzy Kolory: Czerwony, Red, and Three Colors: Red), Miramax, 1994. Lyuda, Predskazanie (also known as La prediction and The Prediction), Orly Film, 1994. Le moulin de Daudet (also known as Daudet's Windmill), 1994. Prune, Une fille galante, [France], 1995. Fugueuses (also known as Le fuggitive), Academy, 1995. Girl, "This Body of Mud," Beyond the Clouds (also known as Ai di la delle nuvole, Jenseits der Wolken, and Par-dela les nuages), Cecchi Gori/ Sunshine, 1995. Regina, All Men Are Mortal, Warner Bros., 1995. Desdemona, Othello, Sony Pictures Classics, 1995. Professor Marieke van den Broeck, Incognito, Warner Bros., 1997. Alma, Victory, Miramax, 1997. Marie, U.S. Marshalls (also known as The Fugitive, Part II), Warner Bros., 1998. World of Moss (also known as My Life So Far), Miramax, 1998. Violinist, Magic, 1998. La cuisine americaine, Ascot Elite Entertainment Group, 1998. The Big Brass Ring, 1998. Keskiyoen aurinko (also known as History Is Made at Night), Upstream Pictures/Scala Pictures,

1999. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 49th Annual Golden Globe Awards, TBS, 1992. Stage Appearances: Celimene, La misanthrope, Paris, France, 1991.

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Also appeared in plays by Jean Genet, Luigi Pirandello, and Marcel Pagnol. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: New York Times, September 15, 1991, p. H22. Premiere, November, 1991, pp. 85-86.*

JANNEY, Allison PERSONAL Raised in Dayton, OH. Education: Kenyon College, graduated (theatre), 1982; studied at Neighborhood Playhouse. Addresses: /Agent—Paradigm, 10100 Santa Monica Blvd., 25th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Clarence Derwent Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, and Theatre World Award, all 1997, for Present Laughter; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actress in a play, 1998, for A View from the Bridge. CREDITS Film Appearances: Miss Penny, Who Shot Patakango? (also known as Brooklyn Love Story and Who Shot Pat?), 1990. Young businessperson, Wolf, Columbia, 1994. The woman, Miracle on 34th Street, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994. Linda Polanski, Heading Home, 1994. Lady cop, The Cowboy Way, Universal, 1994. Jennifer, Dead Funny, A-pix Entertainment, 1995. Sandy, The Associate, Buena Vista, 1996. Saleslady, Faithful, New Line Cinema, 1996. Ann, Big Night, Samuel Goldwyn, 1996. Amelia's neighbor, Walking and Talking, Miramax, 1996. Lilah, Julian Po (also known as The Tears of Julian Po), Fine Line Features, 1997. Dot Halford, The Ice Storm, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Dee Dee, Private Parts (also known as Howard Stern's Private Parts), Paramount, 1997. Miss Walsh, Primary Colors, Universal, 1998. Marjorie, 5/x Days, Seven Nights, Buena Vista, 1998.

Constance Miller, The Object of My Affection, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Maxine ("Maxi"), The Imposters (also known as Ship of Fools), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Evelyn Isaacs, Celebrity, Miramax, 1998. Loretta, Dairy Queens, New Line Cinema, 1999. Also appeared in the film On Board. Television Appearances; Movies: Doreen, "Blind Spot/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1993. Dr. Melanie Abbasac, . . .First Do No Harm, ABC, 1997. Assistant district attorney, Path to Paradise: The Untold Story of the World Trade Center Bombing (also known as Path to Paradise), HBO, 1997. Alix, David and Lisa (also known as Oprah Winfrey Presents David and Lisa), ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Nora, "Star Struck/' Law and Order, NBC, 1992. Ann Madsen, "Old Friends," Law and Order, NBC, 1994. New York Undercover, Fox, 1995. Assistant District Attorney Alice Klein, The Wright Verdicts, CBS, 1995. Martha, Cosby, CBS, 1996. Dr. Sherman, Aliens in the Family, ABC, 1996. Appeared in episodes of As the World Turns, CBS; Guiding Light, CBS; and Morton and Hayes. Stage Appearances: Citizen Tom Paine, Eisenhower Theatre/John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, 1986-87. Nickie, Ladies, Theatre at St. Clement's Church, New York City, 1989. Megan Calember, Making Book, Primary Stages Theatre, New York City, 1992. Nyla, One Neck, Mobile Home Theatre, New York City, 1992. T. C, Idioglossia, George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick, NJ, 1992-93. Mindy, Five Women Wearing the Same Dress, Manhattan Class Company, New York City, 1993. Alice, Breaking Up, Primary Stages Theatre, 1993. Stephanie, "I Can't Stop Thinking Today," in Class 1Acts, Manhattan Class Company, 1994. Phyllis Hogan, Fat Men in Skirts, Naked Angels Theatre, New York City, 1994. Mrs. Youngblood, "The Far-Flung," in Marathon '94, Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City, 1994.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Mrs. Pascal, The House of Yes, Soho Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1995. Gemma Baker, New England, Stage I/Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1995. Boo, Blue Window, Stage I/Manhattan Theatre Club, 1996. Liz Essendine, Present Laughter, Walter Kerr Theatre, New York City, 1996-97. Beatrice, A View from the Bridge, Roundabout Theatre, New York City, 1998. Appeared in Bad Habits, at Manhattan Theatre Club; Lilith, at Home for Contemporary Theatre; and Prescribed Laughter, at New York State and Film Theatre; also appeared at Williamstown Theatre Festival and Bay Street Theatre. Radio Appearances; Episodic: Frequent guest on A Prairie Home Companion.*

JETER, Michael 1952PERSONAL Born August 26, 1952, in Lawrenceburg, TN; son of a dentist. Education: Attended Memphis State University. Addresses: /Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Fifth Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor. Arena Stage, Washington, DC, guest artist, 1983-84. Also worked as a secretary at a law firm in New York City. Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award, 1979, for C. R. Point; Antoinette Perry Award, best performance by a featured actor in a musical, 1990, for Grand Hotel; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series, 1990, Q Awards, Viewers for Quality Television, best supporting actor in a quality comedy series, 1991, 1992, and 1993, Emmy Award, outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series, 1992, all for Evening Shade; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding guest actor in a drama series, 1996, for "A Coupla Stiffs/' Chicago Hope.

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Art Makter, Hothouse (also known as The Clinic), ABC, 1988. Herman Stiles, Evening Shade (also known as Arkansas), CBS, 1990-93. Television Appearances; Movies: George Gardner, My Old Man, CBS, 1979. The Mating Season, CBS, 1980. Alice at the Palace, 1981. Messenger, Sentimental Journey, CBS, 1984. Mr. Goldstone, Gypsy, CBS, 1993. Arvo and song performer, Mrs. Santa Claus, CBS, 1996. Arnold Wiggins, "The Boys Next Door/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1996. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Bob Black, When Love Kills: The Seduction of John Hearn (also known as Soldiers of Misfortune), CBS, 1993. Carson Callas, "Tales of the City" (also known as "Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City"), American Playhouse, PBS, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: Storytime, PBS, 1994. Voice of Runtar, Aladdin (also known as Disney's Aladdin; animated), CBS and syndicated, 1994. Mr. Barbour, Can't Hurry Love, CBS, 1995. Peter Lebeck, "Frogman Returns," Picket Fences, CBS, 1995. Bob Ryan, "A Coupla Stiffs," Chicago Hope, CBS, 1995. Vic, "You Don't Know Jackal," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1996. Self-help guru, Suddenly Susan, NBC, 1996. The chicken man, "Diving In," Second Noah, ABC, 1996. Voice, Johnny Bravo (animated), The Cartoon Network, 1997. Edwin, Veronica's Closet, NBC, 1997. Also appeared in episodes of Designing Women and Lou Grant, both CBS. Television Appearances; Specials: The 17th Annual People's Choice Awards, CBS, 1991. Men, Movies and Carol, CBS, 1994. Bill Driscoll, The Ransom of Red Chief, 1998.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Private Ridgely, From Here to Eternity, NBC, 1980.

Film Appearances: Sheldon, Hair, United Artists, 1979. Special reporter, Ragtime, Paramount, 1981.

214 •JOHNSON Mr. Kelp, Soup for One, Warner Bros., 1982. Freshman number two, Zelig, Warner Bros., 1983. Arnie and a member of construction crew, The Money Pit, Universal, 1986. Skinner, Tango and Cash, Warner Bros., 1989. Dr. Krantz, Dead Bang, Warner Bros., 1989. Adolph, Miller's Crossing, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. Homeless cabaret singer and song performer, The Fisher King, TriStar, 1991. Vernon Jackson, Just Like in the Movies, Cabriolet Films, 1992. Night clerk one, Bank Robber, I.R.S. Releasing Corp. 1993. Father Ignatius, Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit, Buena Vista, 1993. Earl Leedy, Drop Zone, Paramount, 1994. Old Gregor, Waterworld, Universal, 1995. Norm Snively, Air Bud (also known as Disney's Air Bud and MVP (Most Valuable Pooch)), Buena Vista, 1997. Quincy Thorpe, Mouse Hunt, DreamWorks SKG, 1997. L. Ron Bumquist, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Universal, 1998. Patch Adams, Universal, 1998. Avron, Jakob the Liar, TriStar, 1998. Dr. Jarvis, Thursday, Volcanic Films, 1998. True Crime (also known as True Crimes), Warner Bros., 1999. Edward Delacroix, The Green Mile, Warner Bros., 1999. Daddy and Them, Miramax, 1999. Stage Appearances: Bellboy, Once in a Lifetime, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1978. The Master and Margarita, Public/LuEsther Hall, New York City, 1978. Straw, C. R. Point, Center Stage, Baltimore, MD, 1978-79, then Playhouse Theatre, New York City, 1979. Alice in Concert, Public/Anspacher Theatre, New York City, 1980-81. Cruikshank, El Bravo!, Entermedia Theatre, New York City, 1981. Betty, Cloud 9, Theatre de Lys, New York City, 1981 -

83. Aries Struvie, Greater Tuna, Circle in the Square Theatre, 1982. Accidental Death of an Anarchist, Kreeger Theatre, Washington, DC, 1984. Arnold, The Boys Next Door, Lambs Theatre, New York City, 1987-88.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Sheldon Kelinski, Only Kidding!, American Jewish Theatre, Susan Bloch Theatre, New York City, 1988, then Westside Arts Theatre, New York City, 1989. Otto Kringelein, Grand Hotel, Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1989. RECORDINGS Albums: Appeared on the original Broadway cast album of Grand Hotel. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: /Advocate, September 2, 1997, p. 22. New York Times, October 20, 1991, p. H23.*

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Full name, Don Wayne Johnson; born December 15, 1949, in Flatt Creek, MO; father, a farmer; mother, a beautician; married a dancer, 1968 (marriage annulled); married (marriage annulled); married Melanie Griffith (an actress), 1976 (divorced, 1977); companion of Patti D'Arbanville (an actress); remarried Griffith, June 6, 1989 (divorced, 1996); engaged to Kelley Phleger, 1998; children: Jesse Wayne, Alexander, Dakota (daughter). Education: Graduated from Wichita High School South, Wichita, KS, 1967; attended the University of Kansas, 1966-68; studied at the American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Manager—c/o Gold Spaceship Management, 3575 Cahuenga Boulevard W., Suite 470, Los Angeles, CA 90068. Publicist— Neil Koenigsberg and Lili Ungar, PMK Public Relations Inc., 8436 West Third Street, Suite 650, Los Angeles, CA 90048. E-Mail— [email protected] Career: Actor, producer, director, and singer. Appeared in an Emmy nominated anti-drug commercial, 1985; served as chairman of the Offshore Powerboat Tour; chairman of The NetShow Company (Internet development group), 1996—.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Golden Scroll Award, best actor of the year, and Academy of Science Fiction and Horror Films, both 1976, for A Boy and His Dog; Emmy Award nomination, best actor in a drama series, 1984, and Golden Globe Award, best actor in a drama series, 1986, both for Miami Vice; ShoWest Award, male star of the year, 1988, for Miami Vice; recipient, Offshore World Cup (powerboat racing), 1988; Hollywood Walk of Fame Star, 1996. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Jefferson Davis Pruitt, From Here to Eternity, NBC, 1980. Detective James "Sonny" Crockett, Miami Vice, NBC, 1984-89. Inspector Nash Bridges, Nash Bridges, CBS, 1996—. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Judson Fletcher, The Rebels, syndicated, 1979. Bonard Davis, Beulah Land, NBC, 1980. Ben Quick, The Long Hot Summer, NBC, 1985. Television Appearances; Movies: Daniel Easton, First You Cry, CBS, 1978. Mike Sloan, Ski Lift to Death, CBS, 1978. Gunther, Katie: Portrait of a Centerfold, NBC, 1978. Cowboy, Amateur Night at the Dixie Bar and Grill, NBC, 1979. Andy Brady, Revenge of the Stepford Wives, NBC, 1980. Elvis Presley, Elvis and the Beauty Queen, NBC, 1981. Bob Howard, The Two Lives of Carol Letner, CBS, 1981. Regimental Sergeant Major John Patrick Libbey, In Pursuit of Honor (also known as Fiddler's Green), HBO, 1995. Television Appearances; Specials: NBC All-Star Hour, NBC, 1985. Presenter, 38th Annual Emmy Awards, NBC, 1986. Bob Hope's High-Flying Birthday, NBC, 1986. NBC's 60th Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1986. All-Star Gala at Ford's Theater, ABC, 1987. Don Johnson's Heartbeat (music video), HBO, 1987. The Barbara Walters Special, ABC, 1987. Bob Hope's High-Flying Birthday Extravaganza, NBC, 1987.

JOHNSON • 215 Host, The Special Olympics Opening Ceremonies, ABC, 1987. Willie Nelson's Picnic, syndicated, 1987. Bob Hope's Jolly Christmas Show with the AllAmerica Champs, NBC, 1988. Presenter, The 61st Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1989. Host, Super Bowl Saturday Nite, CBS, 1990. Host, American Red Cross Emergency Test, ABC, 1990. NBC Saturday Sports Showcase, NBC, 1990. Seriously. . . Phil Collins, CBS, 1990. That's What Friends Are For, CBS, 1990. Presenter, The 16th Annual People's Choice Awards, CBS, 1990. Victory & Valor: A Special Olympics All-Star Celebration (also known as The International Special Olympics All-Star Ca/a), ABC, 1991. Presenter, The Walt Disney Company Presents the American Teacher Awards, The Disney Channel, 1992. Host, The Grand Opening of Euro Disney, CBS, 1992. Host, One Child, One Dream: The Horatio Alger Awards, NBC, 1993. The /9th Annual People's Choice Awards, NBC, 1993. Host, The Horatio Alger Awards, NBC, 1994. Bob Hope. . .Laughing With the Presidents, NBC, 1996. Presenter, The 22nd Annual People's Choice Awards, 1996. Presenter, The 1996 Emmy Awards, 1996. Host, The 23rd Annual People's Choice Awards, 1997. Guest host, CBS: The First 50 Years, CBS, 1998. Televsion Appearances; Pilots: Quirt, Law of the Land, NBC, 1976. Sergeant Brian Scott, The City, NBC, 1977. Johnny Wilson, Cover Girls, NBC, 1977. Charlie Morgan, The Two-Five, ABC, 1978. Brewster Baker, Six Pack, NBC, 1983. Television Appearances; Episodic: Contestant, The Dating Game, ABC, 1969. Deloy Coopersmith, "The Combatants/' Sarge, NBC, 1971. Nashebo, "The Spirit Helper/' Kung Fu, ABC, 1973. "The Teacher/' The Rookies, ABC, 1973. Officer Larry Wilson, "Hot Dog/' Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1976. "Renegade's Child," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1976. Nashville 99, CBS, 1977. "Candy," Big Hawaii, NBC, 1977.

216 •JOHNSON Boyfriend, 'Trial Marriage/' Eight Is Enough, ABC, 1977. "Pressure Point/' Po//ce Story, NBC, 1977. "A Crash Course in Survival/' The American Girls, CBS, 1978. "The Class Crusader/' What Really Happened to the Class of'65?, NBC, 1978. "People Don't Do Such Things," Tales of the Unexpected, NBC, 1979. "The Woman in White," Matt Houston, ABC, 1983. The Mississippi, CBS, 1983. Also appeared in episodes of The Bold Ones, NBC, and Young Dr. Kildare, NBC. Television Work: Executive Producer, Don Johnson's Heartbeat (music video), HBO, 1987. Executive Producer, Life on the FUpside (comedy pilot; also known as Flipside, Homeward Bound, and Pop Rock), NBC, 1988. Executive Producer, In the Company of Darkness, CBS, 1993. Executive Producer, The Horatio Alger Awards, NBC, 1993-94. Director and producer (with Jeff Fahey), The Marshall (series), ABC, 1995. Executive producer, Nash Bridges (series), CBS, 1996—. Also directed six episodes of Miami Vice. Film Appearances: (Film debut) Stanley Sweetheart, The Magic Garden of Stanley Sweetheart, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1970. Matthew, Zachariah, Cinerama, 1971. Stanley, The Harrad Experiment, Cinerama, 1973. Vic, A Boy and His Dog, LQ/JAF, 1975. Harley McKay, Return to Macon County, American International Pictures, 1975. Carl Daniel, Melanie, Embassy, 1981. Jacob Gorch, Soggy Bottom U.S.A., Gaylord, 1982. Tim Murphy, Cease Fire, Cineworld, 1985. Voice of Lieutenant Falcon, G.I. ]oe: The Movie, Marvel Productions, 1987. Wiley Boon, Sweet Hearts Dance, TriStar, 1988. Jerry Beck, Dead-Bang, Warner Bros., 1989. Harry Madox, The Hot Spot, Orion, 1990. Marlboro, Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Pathe, 1991. Ben Reed, Paradise, Buena Vista, 1991. David Greenhill, Guilty As Sin, Buena Vista, 1993. Paul Verrall, Born Yesterday, Buena Vista, 1993.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 David Simms, Tin Cup, Warner Bros., 1996. Ben Dunmore, Goodbye Lover, Warner Bros., 1998. Stage Appearances: Your Own Thing, American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, CA, 1968. Smitty, Fortune and Men's Eyes, Coronet Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1969. RECORDINGS Albums: Heartbeat, Epic, 1986. Let It Roll, Epic, 1989. Albums; Contributing Vocals: "I'm No Angel," I'm No Angel, Greg Allman, Epic, 1986. "Till I Loved You," (duet with Barbra Streisand) Till I Loved You, Barbra Streisand, Columbia, 1988. "Dreams," Dreams, Allman Brothers Band, Polydor, 1989. WRITINGS Songs: (With Dickey Betts) "Blind Love" and "Can't Take It with You," both recorded by the Allman Brothers, Enlightened Rogues, Capricorn, 1979. (Co-author) "Love Roulette" and "Can't Take Your Memory," Heartbeat, Epic, 1986. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, March 29, 1996, p. 28; January 23, 1998, p. 57. Inside Media, May 1, 1996, p. 42. Life, April, 1989, pp. 70-74. Newsweek, October 7, 1985, pp. 96-98. People Weekly, July 17,1985; May 18,1998, p. 123. Playboy, January, 1987, p. 49. Rolling Stone, November 7, 1985, pp. 32-34. Internet Website: http://www.donjohnson.com*

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Donnie Brasco, Columbia/TriStar, 1997. Home Fries, Warner Bros., 1998. My Dog Skip, Warner Bros., 1999.

PERSONAL Born December 27, 1945, in Washington, DC; son of Emory Johnson (in the air cargo business) and Dorothy King (a realtor); married Lezlie Brooks; children: Rebecca, Jack. Education: University of Virginia, B.A. (theatre arts); University of Iowa, M.A. (film), 1973. Addresses: /Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Producer. Baltimore Pictures, Los Angeles, CA, founder (with Barry Levinson), 1989, partner (with Barry Levinson), 1989—, and producer 1989—; participant in the Director's Guild of America Training program; also worked as a production assistant on television commercials. Awards, Honors: Academy Award and Golden Globe Award, both best picture, both 1988, for Rain Man; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, Golden Globe Award, and Academy Award nomination (all with Barry Levinson and Warren Beatty), all best picture, 1991, for Bugsy; Academy Award, best foreign film, 1991, for Journey of Hope; People's Choice Award, best new dramatic series, 1999, for LA. Doctors. CREDITS Film Work; Producer: Next Stop, Greenwich Village, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1976. Movie Movie, Warner Bros., 1978. The Natural, TriStar, 1984. Young Sherlock Holmes (also known as Pyramid of Fear), Paramount, 1985. (With Larry Brezner, Ben Moses, and Harry Benn) Good Morning, Vietnam, Buena Vista, 1987. Tin Men, Buena Vista, 1987. Rain Man, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1988. (With Barry Levinson) Avalon, TriStar, 1990. (With Barry Levinson and Warren Beatty) Bugsy, TriStar, 1991. (With Barry Levinson) Toys, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992. A Perfect World, Warner Bros., 1993. jimmy Hollywood, Paramount, 1994. A Little Princess, Warner Bros., 1995.

Film Work; Executive Producer: Diner, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1982. ]ourney of Hope, Paramount/Miramax, 1990. (With Paul Rassam) Kafka, Miramax, 1991. Bob Roberts, Paramount, 1992. Sniper, TriStar, 1993. Wilder Napalm, TriStar, 1993. Quiz Show, Buena Vista, 1994. Mouse Hunt, DreamWorks SKG, 1997. The Astronaut's Wife, New Line Cinema, 1999. Other Film Work: Second assistant director, High Anxiety, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977. Second assistant director, Escape from Alcatraz, Paramount, 1979. Assistant director, Fatso, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980. Television Work; Series: Executive producer (with others) LA. Doctors (also known as LA. Docs), CBS, 1998—. Television Work; Producer; Pilots: Diner, CBS, 1983. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: New York Times, December 18, 1991.

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Real name, Todd Jones; born January 17, 1931, in Arkabutla, MS; raised in Dublin, Ml; son of Robert Earl (a boxer, actor, butler, and chauffeur) and Ruth (a teacher and maid; maiden name, Connolly) Jones; raised by John (a farmer) and Maggie (a farmer and homemaker) Connolly; married Julienne Marie Hendricks (an actress; divorced); married Cecilia Hart (an actress), March 15, 1982; children: (second marriage) Flynn Earl. Education: Attended the University of Michigan, B.A., 1953; received diploma from the American Theatre Wing in New York City, 1957; studied acting with Lee Strasberg and Tad Danielewski.

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Addresses: Agent— Bauman/HiHer and Associates, 5757 Wilshire Blvd., no. 5, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Career: Actor. Appointed by U.S. president John F. Kennedy to the Advisory Board of the National Council on the Arts, 1962. Appeared in advertisements, including commercials for the Cable News Network (CNN), and for Bell Atlantic. Also worked polishing floors and cleaning offices. Military service: U.S. Army; became first lieutenant. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Obie Award, best actor, 1962, for Clandestine on the Morning Line, The Apple, and Moon on a Rainbow Shawl; Theatre World Award, most promising new actor, 1962; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding single performance by an actor in a leading role, and Golden Nymph Award, best performance by an actor, both 1963, for East Side/ West Side; Drama Desk Award, best performance, 1964, and Vernon Rice Award, 1965, both for Othello; Obie Award, best performance, 1965, for Baal; Emmy Award, 1965, for Beyond the Blues; Antoinette Perry Award, best actor in a dramatic play, and Drama Desk Award, outstanding performance, both 1969, for The Great White Hope; Grammy Award, 1969, for the cast recording of The Great White Hope; honorary degree, University of Michigan, 1970; Drama Desk Award, outstanding performance, 1970, for Les blancs; Academy Award nomination, best actor, 1970, and Golden Globe Award, best new male star of the year, 1971, both for The Great White Hope; Drama Desk Award, outstanding performances, 1973, for Hamlet and The Cherry Orchard; Image Award, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), best actor, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best actor in a musical or comedy, both 1974, for Claudine; Golden Hugo Award, Chicago Film Festival, Golden Gate Award, San Francisco International Film Festival, and Gabriel Award, Mercy College, all 1975, for The Cay; Grammy Award (with Orson Welles, Henry Fonda, and Helen Hayes), best spoken word or nonmusical recording, 1976, for Great American Documents. Honorary degree, Princeton University, 1980; Medal for Spoken Language, American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1981; Office of Black Ministries Toussaint Medallion, 1982; honorary degree, Columbia College, 1982; inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame,

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 1985; Antoinette Perry Award, Drama Desk Award, and Outer Critics Circle Award, all best actor, 1987, for Fences; Distinguished Performance Award, Drama League of New York, 1987; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding performance in children's programming, 1987, for "Soldier Boys/' CBS Schoolbreak Specials; CableAce Award, best actor in a dramatic series, 1989, for "Third and Oak: The Pool Hall/' American Playwrights Theatre; CableAce Award nomination, 1990, for The Last Elephant; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor, 1990, for By Dawn's Early Light; Jean Renoir Award, Los Angeles Film Teachers, 1990; Emmy Award, outstanding lead actor in a drama series, 1990, for Gabriel's Fire; Emmy Award, outstanding supporting actor, and CableAce Award, best actor in a supporting role, both 1991, for Heatwave!; Common Wealth Award, Bank of Delaware, 1991, for "distinguished service in the dramatic arts"; People's Choice Award nomination, 1992; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a television series—drama, 1992, for Pros and Cons; Hall of Fame Image Award for contributions to the arts, NAACP, 1992; Image Award, NAACP, best actor, 1992, for Gabriel's Fire; National Medal of the Arts, 1992, for "outstanding contributions to cultural life of the country"; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding actor in a drama series, 1995, for Under One Roof; Joseph Plateau Award of Honour, Flanders International Film Festival, 1995; Image Award nomination, NAACP, outstanding lead actor in a motion picture, and Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, outstanding performance by a male actor in a leading role, both 1996, for Cry, the Beloved Country; Image Award nomination, NAACP, outstanding performance in an animated, live-action, dramatic youth, or children's series or special, 1996, for "The Valiant Little Tailor," Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child; Image Award nomination, NAACP, outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series, 1998, for "Roz's Krantz and Gouldenstern Are Dead," Frasier; also received an honorary degree from Yale University. CREDITS Film Appearances: Lieutenant Jimmy Zogg, Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (also known as Dr. Strangelove), Columbia, 1964. Dr. Magiot, The Comedians, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1967. Doctor D, End of the Road, Allied Artists, 1970.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Jack Jefferson, The Great White Hope, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1970. Himself, King: A Filmed Record . . . Montgomery to Memphis, Marion Films, 1970. Voice of Malcolm X, Malcolm X (documentary), Warner Bros., 1972. Douglas Oilman, The Man, Paramount, 1972. Roop, Claudine, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1974. Johnny Williams, The River Niger, Cine Artists, 1975. Leon, The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars and Motor Kings, Universal, 1976. Rabbit, Deadly Hero, Avco-Embassy, 1976. Nick Debrett, The Swashbuckler (also known as Scarlet Buccaneer), Universal, 1976. Older Kokumo, Exorcist II: The Heretic, Warner Bros., 1977. Malcolm X, The Greatest, Columbia, 1977. Sheikh Abdul, The Last Remake of Beau Geste, Universal, 1977. Detective Joshua Burke, A Piece of the Action, Warner Bros., 1977. Voice of Darth Vader, 5tar Wars (also known as Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977. Voice of Darth Vader, The Empire Strikes Back (also known as Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980. Harpooner, The Bushido Blade (also known as The Bloody Bushido Blade), Trident, 1981. Frye, Blood Tide (also known as The Red Tide), 21st Century, 1982. Thulsa Doom, Conan the Barbarian, Universal, 1982. Ommadon (the red wizard), The F//ght of Dragons (also known as F//ght of the Dragon; animated), Warner Bros., 1982. Voice of Darth Vader, Return ofthejedi (also known as Blue Harvest, Revenge ofthejedi, Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, and Star Wars: Episode VI: Revenge ofthejedi), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Albert, City Limits, Atlantic, 1985. Street Encounters, New York City Police Department/ Sunnyside Films, 1985. Professor Rutherford Banks, Soul Man, New World, 1986. Umslopogaas, Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold, Cannon, 1987. "Goody" Nelson, Gardens of Stone, TriStar, 1987. "Few Clothes" Johnson, Matewan, Cinecom, 1987. Ike Bailey, My Little Girl, Hemdale, 1987. Voice of the emperor of the night, Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night, New World, 1987. King Jaffe Joffer, Coming to America, Paramount, 1988.

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Lone Star Kid, 1988. Coach Couzo, Best of the Best, Taurus, 1989. Terence Mann, Field of Dreams (also known as Shoeless Joe), Universal, 1989. Detective Dugan, Three Fugitives, Buena Vista, 1989. Morrison, Grim Prairie Tales, Coe Hahn, 1990. Admiral James Greer, The Hunt for Red October, Paramount, 1990. Lieutenant Spencer, Into Thin Air (also known as The Ambulance), Triumph Releasing, 1990. Ben Johnson, Convicts, Management Company Entertainment Group, 1991. Voice of retribution, Terrorgram, Monarch Home Video, 1991. I Can't Lose, 1991. Himself, True Identity, Buena Vista, 1991. Admiral James Greer, Patriot Games, Paramount, 1992. Bear, Scorchers, FoxVideo, 1992. Bernard Abbott, Sneakers, Universal, 1992. Jake, Excessive Force, New Line Cinema, 1993. Mr. Mertle, The Sand/ot (also known as The Sand/ot Kids), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993. Mr. Moses, The Meteor Man, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1993. William Perry, Dreamrider, Belltower Productions, 1993. Judge Issacs, Sommersby, Warner Bros., 1993. Voice of Mufasa, The Lion King (animated), Buena Vista, 1994. Dolby, Clean Slate, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1994. Man number seven, Conversations, 1994. Narrator, Africa: The Serengeti (documentary), Houston Museum of Natural Science, 1994. Himself, Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult, Paramount, 1994. Admiral James Greer, Clear and Present Danger, Paramount, 1994. Reverend Stephen Kumalo, Cry, the Beloved Country, Miramax, 1995. Madison Hemings, Jefferson in Paris, Buena Vista, 1995. Narrator, judge Dredd, Buena Vista, 1995. James Bing, Good Luck (also known as Guys Like Us and The Ox and the Eye), East West Film Partners, 1996. Ray Murdock, A Family Thing, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1996. Himself, Looking for Richard, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Narrator, Dreamfield: The "Field of Dreams" Story (documentary), 1996. Voice of Darth Vader, Star Wars: Special Edition, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997.

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Voice of Darth Vader, The Empire Strikes Back: Special Edition, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Voice of Darth Vader, Return of the Jedi: Special Edition, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Voice of Kibosh, Casper: A Spirited Beginning (also known as Casper II: Chost Central Station and Casper: The Beginning), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Arthur Baylor, Gang Related (also known as Criminal Intent), Metro-Coldwyn-Mayer, 1997. Voice on CNN promotional spot, Primary Colors, Universal, 1998. Voice of Mufasa, The Lion King II: Simba's Pride (also known as Simba's Pride), Walt Disney Home Video/Buena Vista Video, 1998. New York City. . . Come Visit the World (documentary), New York Convention Visitors Bureau, 1998. Diary of an American Family, 1998. Quest for Atlantis, 1999. Television Appearances; Series: Dr. Jerry Turner, As the World Turns, CBS, 1966. Dr. Jim Frazier, Guiding Light, CBS, 1967. Host, Black Omnibus, syndicated, 1973. Captain Woodrow "Woody" Paris, Paris, CBS, 197980. Host, Summer Show, syndicated, 1980. Lou Garfield, Me and Mom, ABC, 1985. Thad Green, "Mathnet" segment, Square One TV, PBS, 1987-88. Host, Long Ago and Far Away, PBS, 1989-91. Gabriel Bird, Gabriel's Fire, ABC, 1990-91. Gabriel Bird, Pros and Cons, ABC, 1991-92. Neb Langston, Under One Roof, CBS, 1995. Narrator of opening sequence, 3rd Rock from the Sun (also known as Life as We Know It), NBC, 1996-. Voice of Bleeding Gums Murphy, The Simpsons (animated), Fox. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Balthazar, ]esus of Nazareth (also known as Gesu di Nazareth), NBC, 1977. Alex Haley, Roots: The Next Generations, ABC, 1979. Dane Oliver, The Col den Moment: An Olympic Love Story, NBC, 1980. Father Jake Divine, Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones (also known as The Mad Messiah), CBS, 1980. Major Walker, The Atlanta Child Murders, CBS, 1985.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Lincoln, ABC, 1992. Diamond, Signs and Wonders, BBC, 1995, later broadcast on Mystery!, PBS, 1995. Voice of the Mountain King, Merlin, NBC, 1998. Television Appearances; Movies: Barney Hill, The UFO Incident (also known as Interrupted Journey), NBC, 1975. Narrator, A Day without Sunshine, WPBT, 1976. Morris Bird, Jr., The Greatest Thing That Almost Happened, CBS, 1977. Philby, Burgess and Maclean, Granada Television, 1977. Jack Madrid, The Vegas Strip War (also known as Las Vegas Strip War), NBC, 1984. Alice, By Dawn's Early Light (also known as The Grand Tour), HBO, 1990. Junius Johnson, Heatwave!, ABC, 1990. Al Topping, Last Flight Out, NBC, 1990. Police Inspector Nkuru, The Last Elephant (also known as The Ivory Hunters and White Cold), TNT, 1990. Lieutenant Spencer, The Ambulance, 1990. Percy, Percy and Thunder, TNT, 1992. "Teach 109," Showtime''s Thirty-Minute Movie, Showtime, 1992. Vernon Johns, The Vernon Johns Story (also known as Road to Freedom: The Vernon Johns Story), syndicated, 1994. Charles Lloyd, Confessions: Two Faces of Evil (also known as Mothershed or Berndt?), NBC, 1994. Host, Twilight Zone: Rod Serling's Lost Classics, CBS, 1994. Lawrence, Timepiece, 1996. Dr. McDuffie, Rebound: The Legend of Earl "the Goat" Manigault (also known as Angel of Harlem), HBO, 1996. Jim Kalla, The Second Civil War, HBO, 1997. Grey, Morton Foote's Alone (also known as Alone), Showtime, 1997. Archibald Thacker, "What the Deaf Man Heard/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1997. Also appeared in Bailey's Bridge. Television Appearances; Specials: Beyond the Blues (documentary), 1965. Timothy, The Cay, NBC, 1974. Title role, "King Lear/' Theatre in America, PBS, 1974. Big Joe, Happy Endings, ABC, 1975. Narrator, "Sojourner," American Parade, 1975. Title role, Paul Robeson (solo show), PBS, 1979. Narrator, "Beauty and the Beast/' CBS Library: Misunderstood Monsters, CBS, 1981.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 The Angel Gabriel, "Amy and the Angel," ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1982. Night of 100 Stars (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), ABC, 1985. Narrator, Lions of Etosha—King of the Beasts, PBS, 1986. Detective Robb, "Soldier Boys," CBS Schoolbreak Specials, CBS, 1987. America Picks the All-Time Favorite Movies, ABC, 1988. Dr. Winston, "Teach 109,"/American Playhouse, PBS, 1988. Narrator, A Hard Road to Glory: The Black Athlete 1988, syndicated, 1988. Narrator, "Michael Jackson," Motown on Showtime, Showtime, 1988. Host and narrator, "The Way We Hear," Smithsonian World, PBS, 1988. Host and narrator, Who Lives, Who Dies, PBS, 1988. Shooter Stevenson, "Third and Oak: The Pool Hall," American Playwrights Theatre, Arts and Entertainment, 1989. Narrator, World Series, ABC, 1989. Americas All-Star Tribute to Oprah Winfrey, ABC, 1990. National Memorial Day Concert, PBS, 1990. Two Years . . . Later, NBC, 1990. A Party for Richard Pryor, CBS, 1991. Narrator, Portrait of Castro's Cuba, TBS, 1991. Narrator, Visitors from the Unknown, CBS, 1991. Voice, When It Was a Game, HBO, 1991. American Film Institute Salute to Sidney Poitier (also known as Twentieth Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award), NBC, 1992. The Creative Spirit, PBS, 1992. Host, Great Lakes, Bitter Legacy, PBS, 1992. Host, JFK Conspiracy, syndicated, 1992. Presenter, Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, ABC, 1992. The Magic of David Copperfield XIV: Flying. . . Live the Dream, CBS, 1992. Narrator, Michael Jackson . . . the Legend Continues, CBS, 1992. Muhammad Ali's Fiftieth Birthday Celebration, ABC, 1992. Host and narrator, Diamonds on the Silver Screen, American Movie Classics, 1992. Old Man Taylor, "Hallelujah, "American Playhouse, PBS, 1993. Host, Outcry LA.: Riots, Trials, Recovery, 1993. Movie News Hot Summer Sneak Preview, CBS, 1994. The Making of the Lion King, The Disney Channel, 1994. Great American Music: A Salute to Fast Cars, The Family Channel, 1994.

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Bah! Humbug!, PBS, 1994. Narrator, Living Cathedral: Saint John the Divine, PBS, 1994. The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, CBS, 1995. The First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies, HBO, 1995. Voice of Jakamarra, People (animated), The Disney Channel, 1995. Host, Water, PBS, 1995. Sports on the Silver Screen, HBO, 1997. American Film Institute's 100 Years . . . 700 Movies, CBS, 1998. Narrator, "Forces of the Wild," Nature, PBS, 1998. Host, "The Kennedys in Crisis," CNN Perspectives, CNN, 1998. Also narrated Ivory Wars, The Discovery Channel. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 41st Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1987. The 43rd Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1989. The 44th Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1990. Presenter, The 42nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Presentation, Fox, 1990. The Golden Clobe Awards, TBS, 1990. The 43rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Presentation, Fox, 1991. The /7th Annual People's Choice Awards, CBS, 1991. The /2th Annual CableAce Awards, TBS, 1991. The 23rd Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1991. The /9th Annual Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame, syndicated, 1992. The 24th Annual NAACP Image Awards, NBC, 1992. Host, The /Oth Annual Kids' Choice Awards, 1997. The 23rd Annual People's Choice Awards, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: The Catholic Hour (also known as Guideline), NBC, 1962. The Defenders, CBS, 1962. Camera Three, CBS, 1963. fast Side/West Side, CBS, 1963. Look Up and Live, CBS, 1963. "The Non-Violent," The Defenders, CBS, 1964. Channing, ABC, 1964. Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1966. Tarzan, NBC, 1967. Tarzan, NBC, 1968. N.E.T. Playhouse, National Educational Television (N.E.T., later known as PBS), 1968. N.Y.P.D., ABC, 1969. Guest host, Vegetable Soup, syndicated, 1975.

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"Twenty-five Years of the Circle in the Square, Part Two/' Camera Three, CBS, 1977. Genie, "Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp/' Faerie Tale Theatre, Showtime, 1986. Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1986. WonderWor/cs, PBS, 1986. Lee Atkins, "Victor/Victorious," LA. Law, NBC, 1989. Saturday Night with Connie Chung, NBC, 1989. Reflections on the Silver Screen with Professor Richard Brown, American Movie Classics, 1990. Narrator and voices of the moving man and Serak the preparer, "The Tree House of Horrors/' The Simpsons (animated), Fox, 1990. "Muhammad Ali," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1991. Shelley Duvall's Bedtime Stories, Showtime, 1992. Horace McCoy, "Profile," Law and Order, NBC, 1993. Franklin W. Stern, "The House of Luthor," Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (also known as Lois and Clark and The New Adventures of Superman), ABC, 1994. Voice characterization, The Simpsons (animated), Fox, 1994. Bryant Thomas, Picket Fences, CBS, 1995. Voice of the King, "The Valiant Little Tailor," Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (animated), HBO, 1995. "James Earl Jones," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. The big angel, Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1997. "Roz's Krantz and Gouldenstern Are Dead," Frasier, NBC, 1997. Felix Wilson, "Blood Ties, Parts I, II and III," Homicide: Life on the Street (also known as Homicide and H: LOTS), NBC, 1997. Narrator, "Das Bus," The Simpsons (animated), Fox, 1998. Voice of Unas, "Thor's Hammer," Stargate SG-1, Showtime, 1997. Also contributed a voice characterization to Garfield and Friends (animated), CBS. Stage Appearances: Gregory, Romeo and ]uliet, New York Shakespeare Festival, New York City, 1955. Sergeant Blunt, Wedding in Japan, Greystone Hotel, New York City, 1957. Understudy for the role of Perry Hall, The Egghead, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1957. Edward, Sunrise at Campobello, Cort Theatre, New York City, 1958. The Big Knife, 1959.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Taffy, 1959. Heaven Can Wait, 1959. Congo, 1959. Jessie Prince, The Pretender, off-Broadway production, 1960. Harrison Thurston, The Cool World, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, 1960. Williams, Henry V, New York Shakespeare Festival, Belvedere Lake, New York City, 1960. Abhorson, Measure for Measure, New York Shakespeare Festival, Belvedere Lake, 1960. The Apple, Living Theatre, New York City, 1961. Deodatus Village, The Blacks: A Clown Play, St. Mark's Playhouse, New York City, 1961. Roger Clark, Clandestine on the Morning Line, Actors Playhouse, New York City, 1961. Oberon, A Midsummer Night's Dream, New York Shakespeare Festival, Wolman Memorial Theatre, New York City, 1961. Much Ado about Nothing, New York Shakespeare Festival, 1961. Lord Marshall, Richard II, New York Shakespeare Festival, Wolman Memorial Theatre, 1961. Romeo and Juliet, New York Shakespeare Festival, 1961. Taming of the Shrew, New York Shakespeare Festival, 1961. Ephraim, Moon on a Rainbow Shawl, East Eleventh Street Theatre, New York City, 1962. Cinna, Infidel Caesar, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1962. Caliban, The Tempest, New York Shakespeare Festival, 1962. Prince of Morocco, The Merchant of Venice, New York Shakespeare Festival, 1962. Toys in the Attic, Corning Summer Theatre, Corning, NY, 1962. Mario Saccone, PS. 193, Writers Stage, New York City, 1962. Macduff, Macbeth, New York Shakespeare Festival, 1963. George Gulp, The Love Nest, Writers Stage, 1963. Camillo, The Winter's Tale, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, New York City, 1963. Title role, Mister Johnson, Equity Library Theatre, New York City, 1963. Rudge, Next Time I'll Sing to You, Phoenix Theatre, New York City, 1963. Title role, Othello, Corning Summer Theatre, 1963. The Last Minstrel, 1963. Zachariah Pieterson, The Blood Knot, Cricket Theatre, New York City, 1964. Title role, The Emperor Jones, Boston Arts Festival, Boston, MA, 1964.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Title role, Othello, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, then Martinque Theatre, New York City, 1964. Ekart, Baal, Martinque Theatre, 1965. Junius Brutus, Coriolanus, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1965. Ajax, Troilus and Cress/da, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1965. Philippeau, Danton's Death, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City, 1965. Day of Absence, St. Mark's Playhouse, 1966. Happy Ending, St. Mark's Playhouse, 1966. Title role, Macbeth, New York Shakespeare Festival, New York City, 1966. A Hand Is on the Gate (revue), Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1966. Title role, Othello, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, 1966. The Peace Creeps, Theatre Four, New York City, 1966. Jack Jefferson, The Great White Hope, Arena Stage, Washington, DC, 1967, then Alvin Theatre, New York City, 1968. The Blood Knot, Arena Stage, 1968. Lennie, Of Mice and Men, Purdue University Theatre, Lafayette, IN, 1968. Boesman, Boesman and Lena, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1970. Tshembe Matoseh, Les blancs, Longacre Theatre, 1970. Title role, Othello, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1971. Claudius, Hamlet, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1972. Lopakin, The Cherry Orchard, New York Shakespeare Festival, Anspacher Theatre, New York City, 1973. Title role, King Lear, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1973. Theodore "Mickey" Hickman, The Iceman Cometh, Circle in the Square Theatre, 1973. Of Mice and Men, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, 1974. Lennie, Of Mice and Men, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1974. Title role, Paul Robeson (solo show), Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1977, later Booth Theatre, New York City, 1978, then Her Majesty's Theatre, London, England, 1978. Steve Daniels, A Lesson from Aloes, Playhouse Theatre, New York City, 1980. Hedda Gabler, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1980. Title role, Othello, American Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, CT, 1981.

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Sam, Master Harold . . . and the Boys, Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1982. Title role, Othello, Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, 1982. Julius Nkumbi, The Day of the Picnic, Yale Repertory Theatre, 1984. Night of 100 Stars (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1985. Troy Maxon, Fences, Yale Repertory Theatre, 1985, then Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1986, later Forty-sixth Street Theatre, New York City, 1987, then Curran Theatre, San Francisco, CA, 1987, later James A. Doolittle Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1988. Appeared as Verges, Much Ado about Nothing, King, The Birds, and David King, A Sleep of Prisoners, all University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ml; appeared in Stalag 17, The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, Velvet Gloves, The Tender Trap, Arsenic and Old Lace, The Desperate Hours, and Othello, all Summer Theatre, Manistee, Ml; also appeared in a gala benefit show for Circle in the Square Theatre, 1974. Major Tours: The Emperor Jones, Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center, European Festival tour, European cities, 1967. Sam, Master Harold . . . and the Boys, U.S. cities, 1983. Radio Appearances: What, to the American Slave, Is Your Fourth of July? (speech by Frederick Douglass), Minnesota Public Radio (St. Paul, MN), 1973. RECORDINGS Taped Readings: Adventures of Coloredman, Capitol (Hollywood, CA), 1966. To Be Young, Cifted, and Black, Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature, 1971. The People Could Fly, Knopf (New York City), 1987. Noah's Ark, Lightyear (New York City), 1990. Lincoln's Portrait, Delos Records, 1993. The Complete Multimedia Bible (King James version), Compton's NewMedia (Carlsbad, CA), 1995. Narrator, Rosewood Reborn, Reality Works, 1997. Other taped readings include The Emperor Jones, National Radio Theatre of Chicago; John Henry, Scholastic Records (New York City); and The New Testa-

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ment (King James version), Tape Specialty, Inc; appeared in Native Son; Oedipus Rex (with the Cleveland Orchestra); Poems from Black Africa; and the cast recording of The Great White Hope; appeared with Orson Welles, Henry Fonda, and Helen Hayes in Great American Documents. Videos: Narrator, "The Creation/' Cod's Trombones, 1996. Video Games: Voice of the Big P.I. in the Sky, Under a Killing Moon, 1994. General Solomon, Command and Conquer: Tiberian Sun, Electronic Arts, 1999. WRITINGS Memoirs: (With Penelope Niven) James Earl Jones: Voices and Silences, Scribner (New York City), 1993. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Booklist, February 1, 1998, p. 931. Jet, Januarys, 1996, p. 56; April 1, 1996, p. 32; June 10, 1996, pp. 36-40. New York Times, March 22, 1987. SHOOT, August 30, 1996, pp. 27-29.*

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Born March 31, 1934, in Charleroi, PA; raised in Smithton, PA; daughter of Paul (owner of a beer manufacturing company) and Marjorie (Williams) Jones; married Jack Cassidy (an actor), August 5, 1956 (divorced, 1975); married Marty Ingels (an actor and agent), 1977; children: (first marriage) Shaun, Patrick, Ryan. Education: Graduated from South Huntingdon High School, 1952; trained for the stage at the Pittsburgh Playhouse. Addresses: Office—Suite One Productions, 8127 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046. Agent—c/o Contemporary-Korman Artists Ltd., 132 Lasky Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Contact—701 N. Oakhurst Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Actress and singer. Has appeared in print advertisements for Club Milk—Where's Your Mous-

tache? (with Florence Henderson and Marion Ross), 1998; founder (with husband Marty Ingels), Stoney Point Productions; national chairwoman, Leukemia Foundation. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Miss Pittsburgh, 1952; Miss Pennsylvania, first runner-up, c. 1952; National Board of Review Award, 1960, and Academy Award, best supporting actress, 1961, both for Elmer Gantry; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding single performance by an actress, 1970, for 5/7ent Night, Lonely Night; Golden Globe nomination, best actress in a musical/comedy, 1972, for The Partridge Family; Children's Aid Organization Woman of the Year Award, 1972; Women's Foundation Mother of the Year Award, 1978; Award of Distinction from Emerson College, National Leukemia Broadcast Council Susan Award, and Anti-Defamation League Distinguished Humanitarian Award, all 1979; Los Angeles Advertising Club Belding Bowl Award, 1984; Outstanding Humanitarian Endeavor Angels Award, San Diego U.S. International University People Award, Deedra Award, and Hollywood Walk of Fame Star (star number 1822), all 1986; International Foster Parents Plan First World Citizen Award, Diamond Jubilee Appreciation Award, and El Nino Services honoree, all 1987; Childhelp USA Woman of the Year Award, and National Leukemia Council Gift of Life Award, both 1988; honorary L.H.D. degree, Point Park College, 1991; Shirley Jones Drama Scholarship established at Westmoreland College, 1996; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding service show host, 1997-98, for Family Classic Movies; The Harvey Award, 1998. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Film debut) Laurey Williams, Oklahoma!, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1956. Julie Jordan, Carousel, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1956. Liz Templeton, April Love, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1957. Linda Cabot, Never Steal Anything Small, Universal, 1959. Betty Barnaby, Bobbikins, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1959. Lulu Bains, Elmer Gantry, United Artists, 1960. Suzie Murphy, Pepe, Columbia, 1960. Marty Purcell, Two Rode Together, Columbia, 1961.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Marian Paroo, The Music Man, Warner Bros., 1962. Amy Martin, A Ticklish Affair, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1963. Elizabeth Marten, The Courtship of Eddie's Father, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1963. Janet Walker, Bedtime Story, Universal, 1964. Karen Williams, Dark Purpose, Universal, 1964. Marigold Marado, The Secret of My Success, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1965. Janice Claridge, Fluffy, Universal, 1965. Flo, The Happy Ending, United Artists, 1969. El Colfo, Mercurio Films, 1969. Oddly Coupled (also known as Fish for All), 1970. Jenny, The Cheyenne Social Club, National General, 1970. Gina Rowe, Beyond the Poseidon Adventure, Warner Bros., 1979. LaDonna Carey, Tank, Universal, 1983. Herself, Cops 'n Roberts, 1995. This is My Father, PutchFilms, 1998. Elly Morton, Gideon's Webb (also known as Gideon's Web), Baldwin/Cohen Productions, 1998. Television Appearances; Movies: Katherine Johnson, Silent Night, Lonely Night, NBC, 1969. Evelyn Harris, But I Don't Want to Get Married, ABC, 1970. Anne Baldwin, The Girls ofHuntington House, ABC, 1973. Helen Doss, The Family Nobody Wanted, ABC, 1975. Eleanor Anderson, Winner Take All, NBC, 1975. Laura Talbot, Yesterday's Child, NBC, 1977. Constance Dobson, Evening in Byzantium, syndicated, 1978. Sarah Laver, Who'll Save Our Children?, CBS, 1978. Joan Muir, A Last Cry for Help, ABC, 1979. Betty Tisdale, The Children of An Lac, CBS, 1980. E.F. Crown, Inmates: A Love Story, ABC, 1981. Susanne Millard, There Were Times, Dear, PBS, 1987. Ethel, Dog's Best Friend, The Family Channel, 1997. Television Appearances; Series: Shirley Partridge, The Partridge Family, ABC, 197074. Shirley Miller, Shirley, NBC, 1979-80. Kate, Something So Right, NBC, 1996. Megan's mother, Me/rose Place, Fox, 1998. Also host for Family Classic Movies on AMC. Television Appearances; Pilots: Betty Stevens, For the Love of Mike, CBS, 1962.

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Dr. Aphrodite, Out of the Blue, CBS, 1968. Shirley Partridge, A Knight in Shining Armour, ABC, 1971. Jenny Dolan, The Lives of Jenny Dolan, NBC, 1975. Polly Harrington, The Adventures ofPollyanna, CBS, 1982. Charlie Hannon, Charlie, ABC, 1990. Television Appearances; Episodic: "You're the Top," Four Star Jubilee, CBS, 1956. "Shadow of Evil," The U.S. Steel Hour, CBS, 1957. The Perry Como Show, NBC, 1965. Ellyn Mandrake, "Phillip's Game," McMillan and Wife, NBC, 1977. The Big Show, NBC, 1980. The Phil Donahue Show, syndicated, 1980. Joan Gilbert, Hotel, ABC, 1987. Jean, Empty Nest, NBC, 1988. Kathleen Lane, "The Body Politic," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1988. Kitty Noland, The Slap Maxwell Story, ABC, 1988. Ann Owens Arden, "Shear Madness," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1990. Barbara Manchester, "Who Killed the Gadget Man?," Burke's Law, CBS, 1995. Herself, "Women in Film," Women of the House, CBS, 1995. Shirley/Evil Shirley, "One Mean Mother," Deadly Games, UPN, 1995. The Pet Shop, Animal Planet, 1997. Also appeared on Dupont Show of the Month, CBS; Fireside Theatre, NBC; Gruen Guild Playhouse and Lux Video Theatre. Television Appearances; Specials: The Bob Hope Show, NBC, 1955, 1967, 1971, 1972, and 1973. The Red Mill, CBS, 1958. Step on the Gas, CBS, 1960. Hollywood Melody, NBC, 1962. The Wonderful World of Burlesque, NBC, 1965. Friends and Nabors, CBS, 1966. Peggy Ruby, The Royal Follies of 1933, NBC, 1967. Perry Como's Music from Hollywood, ABC, 1977. Host, Thanksgiving Reunion with the Partridge Family and My Three Sons, ABC, 1977. Bob Hope Special: Hope, Women, and Song, NBC, 1980. Shirley Jones'America, CBS, 1981. Marriage and family hostess, Women of Russia, syndicated, 1981. Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope's Women I LoveBeautiful But Funny, NBC, 1982.

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Tennesse Ernie Ford's America, PBS, 1985. Getting the Last Laugh, ABC, 1985. Bob Hope's Royal Command Performance from Sweden, NBC, 1986. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, NBC, 1986. An All-Star Tribute to General ]immy Doolittle, syndicated, 1986. Happy Birthday Hollywood, ABC, 1987. Host, Six Hours for Life (Leukemia Society of America Telethon), syndicated, 1987. A Grand Night: The Performing Arts Salute Public Television, PBS, 1988. A Salute to Broadway: Chorus Lines, 1988. Christmas in Washington, 1988. Performed the song "God Bless America/' Command Performance: An All-Star Salute to the President, ABC, 1989. Host and performed the songs "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'," "It Might As Well Be Spring/' and "Time," "Music by Richard Rodgers," Great Performances, PBS, 1990. Judge, The 7990 Miss America Pageant, 1990. Stars and Stripes: Hollywood and World War II, American Movie Classics, 1991. Mom Knows Best, CBS, 1992. The 65th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1993. "I Want a Baby," First Person with Maria Shriver, NBC, 1994. The Golden Globe's 50th Anniversary Celebration, 1994. Host, The Tunes of Tommy Dorsey: A Sentimental Journey, 1994. Here Comes the Bride. . .There Goes the Groom, CBS, 1995. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1996. Host, Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of Movies, Arts & Entertainment, 1996. Burt Lancaster, American Movie Classics, 1997. The 70th Annual Academy Awards, 1998. Television Appearances; Documentaries: The Beatles Anthology (documentary), ABC, 1995. The Making of a Child Star (documentary), E! Entertainment Television, 1997. Stage Appearances: (Broadway debut) Nurse, South Pacific, Majestic Theatre, 1953. Juliet, Me and Juliet, Majestic Theatre, New York City, 1954. The Beggar's Opera, City Center Theatre, New York City, 1957.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Lady in the Dark, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera Company and summer theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, 1960. Call Me Madam, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera Company and summer theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, 1960. Title role, Maggie Flynn, American National Theatre Academy Theatre, New York City, 1968. Bitter Suite, Long Beach, NY, 1983. Melissa, Love Letters, Allenbury Playhouse, Boiling Springs, PA, 1993-94. Major Tours and Concerts: Juliet, Me and Juliet, U.S. cities, 1955. Laurey, Oklahoma!, U.S. State Department sponsored tour of European cities, 1956. Cabaret tour with Jack Cassidy, U.S. cities, 1958. Susy Hendrix, Wait Until Dark, U.S. cities, 1967. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, U.S. cities, 1975. 5how Boat, U.S. cities, 1976. The Shirley ]ones Special, U.S. cities, 1981. Appeared in concert with Rich Little, MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV, 1984. RECORDINGS Albums: Always in the Mood, Manhattan, 1986. Show Tunes, Sony Special Products, 1995. Albums; Vocal and Track Contributions: Vocals, Partridge Family Album, Partridge Family, 1970, rereleased by Razor & Tie, 1993. Vocals, Partridge Family Sound Magazine, Partridge Family, Bell, 1971. Vocals, At Home with Their Greatest Hits (compilation), Partridge Family, Bell, 1972. Vocals, Free to Be You and Me (juvenile), Mario Thomas, Arista, 1972. Vocals, Greatest Hits (compilation), Partridge Family, Arista, 1989. "Christmas Is My Time of Year'' and (Partridge Family) "Rockin Around the Christmas Tree/' TV Family Christmas (various artists), Scotti Bros., 1992. "Almost Like Being in Love/' Broadway in Love: Embraceable You (soundtrack), Sony, 1993. Heartaches & Harmonies (compilation), Rhino, 1994. Vocals, Partridge Family Shopping Bag, Razor & Tie, 1994. Vocals, Partridge Family Christmas Card, Razor & Tie, 1995. Vocals, Fifties: Complete, Pat Boone, Bear Family, 1997.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Also "You Done Me Wrong/' World Out of Time (Henry Kaiser and David Lindley in Madagascar) Vol. 2, David Lindley, Shanachie. Videotaped Recordings; Home Videos: Host, Shirley Jones' Lite Aerobic Workout, 1990. Host, Shirley Jones' Lo-Cal Diet, Exercise, and Beauty Programs, 1991. WRITINGS Nonfiction: (With husband Marty Ingles) Shirley and Marty: An Unlikely Love Story, Morrow, 1990. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, December 23, 1994, p. 77; August 23, 1996, p.133. Internet Website: http://www.shirleyjones.com*

JURASIK, Peter PERSONAL Born April 25, in New York, NY; married. Education: University of New Hampshire, degree (theatre and dance), 1972. Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1999 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 2850, Los Angeles, CA 90067.

JURASIK » 2 2 7 Dr. Rosen, Mr. Jones, TriStar, 1993. Kevin, Angel 4: Undercover (also known as Angel 4: Assault with a Deadly Weapon), Live Home Video, 1993. Television Appearances; Movies: Andy Barnes, In the Custody of Strangers, ABC, 1982. McKey, Scandal Sheet, ABC, 1985. Jack Morris, Acceptable Risks, ABC, 1986. Portis, Full Exposure: The Sex Tapes Scandal, NBC, 1989. Lt. Jacoby, Peter Gunn, ABC, 1989. Dr. Simon Ward, Sex and the Married Detective, ABC, 1989. BobStanton, Crash: The Mystery of Flight 1501 (also known as Aftermath: The Fate of Flight 1501), NBC, 1990. Gary Slate, Perry Mason: The Case of the Ruthless Reporter, NBC, 1991. Blocker, Calendar Girl, Cop, Killer? The Bambi Bembenek Story (also known as The Heart of the Lie), ABC, 1992. Steve, A House of Secrets and Lies, CBS, 1992. Ambassador Londo Mollari, Babylon 5 (also known as B5 and Babylon 5: The Gathering), UPN, 1993. Edward Braddock, Without a Kiss Goodbye (also known as Falsely Accused), CBS, 1993. Nick, Huck and the King of Hearts, Showtime, 1993. Howard Stringer, The Late Shift, HBO, 1996. Londo Mollari, In the Beginning (also known as Babylon 5: In the Beginning), TNT, 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Father Rosetti, Love, Honor & Obey: The Last Mafia Marriage, CBS, 1993.

Career: Actor. Awards, Honors: First Place, Goshen Shakespeare Festival, 1967; named best actor, State One-Act Festival (Philadelphia, PA), 1970; Universe Reader's Choice Award, Sci-Fi Universe Magazine, best supporting actor, 1996, for Babylon 5. CREDITS Film Appearances: Bank teller, Straight Time, Warner Bros., 1978. Henry Kissinger, Born Again, Avco Embassy, 1978. Crom, Tron, Buena Vista, 1982. (Uncredited) Enemy Mine, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1985. Roy, Problem Child, Universal, 1990.

Television Appearances; Series: Mitch Klein, The Bay City Blues, NBC, 1983. Sidney "Sid the Snitch" Thurston, Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1985-87. Sidney Thurston, Beverly Hills Buntz, NBC, 198788. Brad, Dear John, NBC, 1990. Ambassador Londo Mollari, Babylon 5 (also known as 85), syndicated, 1994-98. Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Bank/' Barney Miller, ABC, 1978. Sid "The Snitch" Thurston, Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1981. "Stealing the Show," Remington Steele, NBC, 1982.

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Tom Pelton, Vena's Honeymoon/' Taxi, NBC, 1983. "Welcome Back, Momma/' Night Court, NBC, 1984. Dr. Charles Alden, "Trumbo's World," MacGyver, ABC, 1985. Sherman Stipes, Civil Wars, ABC, 1991. Yale Tobias, "Dead Issue," LA. Law, NBC, 1993. Berg Beemer, jack's Place, ABC, 1993. Also appeared in episodes of MM*5*H, CBS; Columbo; LA. Doctors, CBS; Dave's World, CBS; and Third Rock from the Sun, NBC. Television Appearances; Specials: Henry, In Security, CBS, 1982. Wesley P. Wheaton, Lily, CBS, 1986. F. Buddy Pinkus, Sex, Shock and Censorship in the 90s, Showtime, 1993.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Stage Appearances: Codspell, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City and U.S. cities, 1974-75. Cardinal and Barbarian God, Wings, Eastside Playhouse, New York City, 1975. Cooper, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1983. Also appeared in Other People's Money, Jules, Wings, and Werewolf. WRITINGS Science Fiction: (With William H. Keith) Diplomatic Act, Baen, 1997. Stage Plays: Wrote unpublished play Inside My Room.*

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KAMINSKI, Janusz

1959PERSONAL

Full name, Janusz Zygmuni Kaminski; born July 27, 1959, in Ziembice, Poland; immigrated to the United States, 1981; son of Marian Kaminski and Jadwiga Celner; married Holly Hunter (an actress), May 20, 1995. Education: Columbia College, Chicago, IL, B.A. (film), 1987; American Film Institute, fellow in cinematography. Addresses: Office—1223 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 645, Santa Monica, CA 90403-5400. Career: Cinematographer. Awards, Honors: Line Eagle Award, Illinois Film Festival, 1988, for Lisa; Academy Award, National Society of Film Critics Award, British Academy Award, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and shared Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, all best cinematography, 1993, for Schindler's List; Academy Award nomination, Golden Satellite Award, and American Society of Cinematographers Award nomination, all best cinematography, 1997, for Amistad; Boston Society of Film Critics Award, Golden Satellite Award nomination, and Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, all best cinematography, all 1998, for Saving Private Ryan. CREDITS Film Work; Cinematographer: Lisa, 1988. /Absence, 1988. Selling Short, 1988. All the Love in the World, 1989. Rain Killer, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1990.

The Terror Within, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Home Entertainment, 1990. The Grim Prairie Tales, Academy Entertainment,

1990. The Terror Within II, Concorde, 1991. Pyrates, Vestron Video, 1991. Cool as Ice, Universal, 1991. (Second unit only) One False Move, LRS Media, 1991. Trouble Bound, ITC Entertainment Group, 1992. Mad Dog Coll (also known as Killer Instinct), Trimark Pictures, 1992. The Adventures of Huck Finn (also known as The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn), Buena Vista,

1993. Schindler's List, Universal, 1993. Tall Tale (also known as Tall Tale: The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill), Buena Vista, 1994. Little Giants, Warner Bros., 1994. How to Make an American Quilt, Universal, 1995. jerry Maguire, TriStar, 1996. Amistad, DreamWorks, 1997. The Lost World: Jurassic Park (also known as The Lost World), Universal, 1997. Saving Private Ryan, DreamWorks, 1998. Memoirs of a Geisha, Sony Pictures Entertainment,

1999. Other films include Fa//en Angel. Television Cinematographer; Movies: Wildflower, 1991. Class of'61 1993.*

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CREDITS Film Appearances: Gas station attendant, Strange Invaders, Orion, 1983. Alan Perez, Year of the Dragon, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1985. Paul Lorre, Bloodstone, Management Company Entertainment, 1989. Freedly, Why Me?, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1989. Wiley, / Love You to Death, TriStar, 1990. In the Cold of the Night, Republic Pictures, 1991. Steve Fox, Grand Canyon, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Scrabble man, The Last Boy Scout, Warner Bros., 1991. Halsey, Point Break, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Casanov, White Sands, Warner Bros., 1992. Eugene's father, Desert Winds, Dream Entertainment, 1994. Detective Markinson, The Shot, Bread and Water Productions, 1994. Caniff, Cops and Robbersons, TriStar, 1994. Boots Tynan, Love Is a Cun, Trimark Pictures, 1994. Bob Hatch, Wyatt Earp, Warner Bros., 1994. ATV pop, Across the Moon, Hemdale, 1994. Banker, Waterworld, Universal, 1995. Wayne, My Fellow Americans, Warner Bros., 1996. Walker, American Strays, A-Pix Entertainment, 1996. Hyland, 187, Warner Bros., 1997. Guard Johnny Mark, Lost Highway, October Films, 1997. Jack, Sour Grapes, Columbia, 1998. Dude's landlord, The Big Lebowski, Gramercy Pictures, 1998. Detective Hardaway, The Lesser Evil, Moondog Productions, 1998. Man from State Department, Lethal Weapon 4, Warner Bros., 1998. Hotel manager, The Day October Died, Pittsburgh Films, 1999. Homer, Dudley Do-Right, Universal, 1999. Television Appearances; Series: Walter Maddock, McKenna, ABC, 1994-95. Frank Szymanski, Murder One, ABC, 1996. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Sergeant Cooper, Fresno, CBS, 1986. The Invaders, Fox, 1995. Murder One: Diary of a Serial Killer, ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Movies: Colonel Canby, Disaster at Silo 7, ABC, 1988.

William A. Fage, Shakedown on the Sunset Strip, CBS, 1988. Keeler, Cast the First Stone (also known as Cast the First Stone: The Diane Martin Story), NBC, 1989. Germ, The China Lake Murders, USA Network, 1990. Mr. Bane, Bad Attitudes, Fox, 1991. Eugene Bradnick, Cry in the Wild: The Taking of Peggy Ann, NBC, 1991. Gun clerk, Nightmare in the Daylight, CBS, 1992. Waco Dean, Blindsided, USA Network, 1993. Sergeant F. E. Blackwell, The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom, HBO, 1993. Inmate, Caught in the Act, USA Network, 1993. Elliot Fisher, Casualties of Love: The "Long Island Lolita"Story, CBS, 1993. Ray Townsend, Secret Sins of the Father, NBC, 1994. Occult man, Serpent's Lair (also known as The Nesting), HBO, 1995. Junk dealer, A Father for Charlie (also known as High Lonesome), CBS, 1995. Dick Coates, Death Benefit, USA Network, 1996. Cab driver, If These Walls Could Talk, HBO, 1996. Television Appearances; Episodic: Tommy Lee Holliday, "I Married Dick," Newhart, CBS, 1982. Tommy Lee Holliday, "Home for the Hollidays," Newhart, CBS, 1982. "Suitcase," Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1986. "The Cradle Will Rock," Hunter, NBC, 1987. "Their Town," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1988. Mr. Millett, "The Search for Armand Peltzer," Doctor, Doctor, CBS, 1989. LA. Law, NBC, 1989. Angelo Copelli, "The Passionate Painter Mystery," Father Dowling Mysteries, ABC, 1990. Mr. Fusco, "Baby You Can't Drive My Car," Ferris Bueller, NBC, 1990. Sewer guy, Brooklyn Bridge, CBS, 1992. Fingers Kirby, "P.S. Do I Know You?," Night Court, NBC, 1992. Ruby, "No Pain, No Gain," Mann and Machine, NBC, 1992. Howard, "True Confessions," NYPD Blue, ABC, 1993. Dave, The John Larroquette Show, NBC, 1993. Bunker, Bodies of Evidence, CBS, 1993. Jaheel, "Babel," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, syndicated, 1993. Dust Mite, "Mite Makes Right," Northern Exposure, CBS, 1994. Red, Madman of the People, NBC, 1994. Earl, "Gone but Not Faygotten," Wings, NBC, 1995.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Bruno Gruber, "Death in the Daytime/' Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1995. John Doe, Platypus Man, UPN, 1995. Jimmy Step-and-a-Half, "Aging Bull/' NYPD Blue, ABC, 1995. Gary Lowell, The Marshal, ABC, 1995. Mr. Chase, "Comes the Inquisitor/' Babylon 5, syndicated, 1995. Carter Dumas, "Kissing Cousins/' The Marshal, ABC, 1995. Poacher, Sliders, Fox, 1996. Newt, High Incident, ABC, 1996. ER, NBC, 1997. Milo O'Bannon, Players, NBC, 1997. Larry Dobbs, "Deadly Games," Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1997. Bib Bob, "Ranger Jarod," The Pretender, NBC, 1997. Manager, "Vows," Ellen (also known as These Friends of Mine), ABC, 1998. Kyle Peabody, "In Deep," The Practice, ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: Marty Soames, Hope Division, ABC, 1987. Bartender, Texan, Showtime, 1994.*

KELLER, Marthe

1945PERSONAL

Born January 28, 1945, in Basel, Switzerland; father a horse breeder; children: Alexandre (with Philippe De Broca). Education: Studied philosophy and sociology at a university in Frankfurt, Germany; trained for the stage at the Munich Stanislavsky School and the Brecht Theatre School, East Berlin, for three years. Addresses: AGENT— c/o Guy Bonnet, Agents Associes, 201 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore, 75008 Paris, France. Career: Actress and model. Cannes Film Festival judge, 1977; performed with the Schiller Theatre Group, Berlin, East Germany. Member: Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Prix de la Critique Award, 1969, for A Day in the Death of Joe Egg; Golden Globe Award nomination, best motion picture actress in a supporting role, 1977, for Marathon Man.

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Catherine Mercier, Mon amie Max, Musidora Films, 1994. Signora Delgado, Pere/ra Declares (also known as Afirma Pere/ra), Vertigo Films, 1995. Nuits Blanches, 1996. Barbara, f//es (also known as Elas and Os Tres Dese/os), Legal Video, 1997. Nora Winter, K, New Light Films, 1997. Madame Thorpe, The School of Flesh (also known as L'Ecole de la chair), Arsenal, 1998. Television Appearances; Movies: Jean, Me/'n oder Dein, 1964. Esther, Die Frau des Reporters (documentary), 1986. Helma Schleyer, La Ruelle au clair de lune, 1987. Turbulences (also known as 5on et Lumiere), 1992. Marikka, Im Kreis der Iris, 1992. Television Appearances; Series: Natacha, Arsene Lupin, 1971. Koba Lye-Lye, La Demoiselle d'Avignon, 1972. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Duchess Sanseverina, The Charterhouse of Parma, PBS, 1982. Mathildede Wesendonck, Wagner, London Cultural Trust Productions, 1983. Tess Shirer, The Nightmare Years, TNT, 1989. Catherine's mother, Young Catherine, TNT, 1991. Also appeared as Julie Kaufman, Unna Vittoria (A Victory), RAM [Italy]. Stage Appearances:

A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, Paris, France, 1969. Title role, Joan of Arc at the Stake (dramatic oratorio), Carnegie Hall, New York City, 1984. Masha, The Three Sisters, Paris, France, 1979. Jedermann, Salzburg Festival, Salzburg, Austria, 1984. Also performed as Juliet, Romeo and Juliet; appeared in A Month in the Country, Paris, France; appeared in Betrayal and Emballage Perdu. SIDELIGHTS Keller has performed in over fifty plays and twenty movies in French, German, English, and Italian. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, December 9, 1994, p. 88. Variety, November 24, 1997, p. 67.*

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KING, Regina

1971PERSONAL

Born January 15, 1971, in Los Angeles, CA; daughter of Thomas (an electrician) and Gloria (a special education teacher) King; married Ian Alexander (a record company executive), April, 1997; children: Ian, Jr. Education: Studied acting under Betty A. Bridges. Addresses: /Agent—Artists Group Ltd., 10100 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 2490, Los Angeles, CA 900674115. Career: Actress. Paio (restaurant), Los Angeles, CA, partner, 1998. Awards, Honors: NAACP Image Award nomination, outstanding lead actress in a motion picture, 1998, for Enemy of the State. CREDITS Film Appearances: Shalika, Boyz N the Hood (also known as Boys in the Hood), Columbia, 1991. lesha, Poetic Justice, Columbia, 1993. Monet, Higher Learning, Columbia, 1995. Dana, Friday, New Line Cinema, 1995. Mia, A Thin Line between Love and Hate, New Line Cinema, 1996. Marcee Tidwell, Jerry Maguire, TriStar/Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1996. Vanessa, How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Stacy, Enemy of the State, Buena Vista, 1998. Cecily Banks, Mighty Joe Young, Buena Vista, 1998. Quest for Atlantis, 1999. Love and Action in Chicago, 1999. Also appeared in the film dockers. Television Appearances; Series: Brenda Jenkins, 227, NBC, 1985-90. Television Appearances; Specials: BET's Voices against Violence Special, Black Entertainment Television, 1995.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Student, Why Colors?, Showtime, 1995. Iris, Rituals, Lifetime, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Marah, "Tasha," New York Undercover, Fox, 1994. Mother Nature, "Baby Blues," Northern Exposure, CBS, 1994. Zina, "The Shake-Up," Living Single, Fox, 1995. Appeared as Vanessa's friend, The Cosby Show, CBS; also appeared in Silver Spoons. Other Television Appearances: Appeared in Frankly Female, Ira Joe Fisher, and Uptown Undercover. Stage Appearances: Appeared in stage productions of A Rainy Afternoon, Seymour and Shirley, This Family, 227, The Weirdo, and Wicked Ways.

Awards, Honors: Academy Award and Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, both best actor, British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards, best actor and most outstanding newcomer to film, Golden Globe Awards, best actor and best new male star of the year, and Variety Club Award, all 1982, for Gandhi; London Standard Award, best actor, 1983, for Betrayal; Padma Shree, Government of India, 1984; Grammy Award, best spoken documentary, 1984, for The Words of Gandhi; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding lead actor in a miniseries or special, 1989, and Distinguished Service Award for the Performing Arts, Simon Wiesenthal Center, 1989, both for Murderers among Us: The Simon Wiesenthal Story; Academy Award nomination, best supporting actor, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a motion picture, both 1991, for Bugsy; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor in a miniseries or a special, 1995, for/oseph; honorary M.A., Salford University.

OTHER SOURCES CREDITS Periodicals: People Weekly, August 31, 1998, p. 103.*

KINGSLEY, Ben 1943PERSONAL Original name, Krishna Banji; born December 31, 1943, in Scarborough (one source says Snaiton, Yorkshire), England; son of Rahimtulla Harji (a physician) and Ann Lyna Mary (an actress and model; maiden name, Goodman) Banji; married Angela Morant (an actress), 1965 (divorced, 1971); married Gillian Alison Macaulay Sutcliffe (a theatre director), 1978 (separated); children: (first marriage) Thomas, Jasmin; (second marriage) Edmund, Ferdinand. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, Ltd., 388-396 Oxford St., London W1, England. Career: Actor. Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, associate artist, beginning in 1968; worked for a children's theatre company, London, England. Also wrote music for the radio. Appeared in advertisements, including commercials for Union Bank of Switzerland. Member: Equity (British Actors' Equity Association), British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Film Appearances: Royale, Fear Is the Key, Paramount, 1972. Title role (Mohandas K. "Mahatma" Gandhi), Gandhi, Columbia, 1982. Robert, Betrayal, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Geoff Craven, Sleeps Six, 1984. Selim, Harem, Union GeneraleCinematographique, 1985. William Snow, Turtle Diary, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1986. Lasker-Jones, Maurice, Cinecom, 1987. Dimitri Shostakovich, Testimony, Mandemar Group, 1987. Dr. John Watson, Without a Clue (also known as Sherlock and Me), Orion, 1988. Basil Pascali, Pascali's Island, Film Four International, 1988. Avatar, Slipstream, Virgin, 1989. Cunda, O quinto macaco (also known as The Fifth Monkey), RCA/Columbia, 1990. Voice of Father Capulet, Romeo-Juliet, 1990. Martin Boyle, The Children (also known as Meine Hebe Rose), Hemdale Home Video, 1990. Governor, Una vita scellerata (also known as Cellini, una vita violenta and A Violent Life), [France, Germany, and Italy], 1990. Ernesto, L'Amore necessario (also known as L'Amour necessaire and Necessary Love), [Italy and France], 1991. Meyer Lansky, Bugsy, TriStar, 1991.

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Voice of Freddie the Frog, Freddie as F.R.O.7, Miramax, 1992. Cosmo, Sneakers, Universal, 1992. Vice President Nance, Dave, Warner Bros., 1992. Bruce Pandolfini, Searching for Bobby Fisher (also known as Innocent Moves), Paramount, 1993. Itzhak Stern, Schindler's List, Universal, 1993. Narrator, Liberation (documentary), 1994. Dr. Roberto Miranda, Death and the Maiden (also known as La jeune fille et la mort), Columbia/ TriStar, 1994. Xavier Fitch, Species, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1995. Feste, Twelfth Night; or, What You Will, Fine Line Features, 1996. Amos, The Assignment (also known as Jackal), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997. Reverend Templeton, Photographing Fairies (also known as Apparition), PolyGram Video, 1997. Renzo Locatelli, Parting Shots, Scimitar Films, 1998. Harry Fertig, The Confession, New City Releasing,

1999. Stage Appearances: Doolittle, Pygmalion, Stoke-on-Trent, England, 1965. Narrator, A Smashing Day, Arts Theatre, London, England, 1966. First murderer, Macbeth, Chichester Theatre Festival, Chichester, England, 1966. Party guest, The Cherry Orchard, Chichester Theatre Festival, 1966. Thewigmaker, The Relapse, Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre, London, England, 1967. Amiens, As You Like It, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1967. Oswald, King Lear, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1968. Aeneas, Troilus and Cressida, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1968. Conrade, Much Ado about Nothing, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1968. The croucher, The Silver Tassie, Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre, 1969. Winwife, Bartholomew Fair, Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre, 1969. Ratcliff, Richard III, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1970. Claudio, Measure for Measure, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1970. Ariel, The Tempest, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1970. Demetrius, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1970, later Aldwych Theatre, 1971.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Sinsov, Enemies, Aldwych Theatre, 1971. Gramsci, Occupations, Palace Theatre, London, England, 1971. Ippolit, Subject to Fits, Palace Theatre, 1971. Puck, The Faerie Queen, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, 1972. Johnnie, He//o and Goodbye, King's Head Theatre, London, England, then Palace Theatre, both 1973. Fritz, A Lesson in Blood and Roses, Palace Theatre, 1973. Antony and Cleopatra, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1973. Errol Philander, Statements, Royal Court Theatre, London, England, 1974. Slender, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1975. Man Is Man, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratfordupon-Avon, England, 1975. Title role, Hamlet, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1975. Danilo, Dimetos, Nottingham Playhouse, then Comedy Theatre, both London, England, 1976. Mosca, Volpone, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1979. Vukhov, Judgement, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1979. Trofimov, The Cherry Orchard, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1979. Frank Ford, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1979. lachimo, Cymbeline, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1979. Brutus, Julius Caesar, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1979. Title role, Baal, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1979, then Warehouse Theatre, London, England, 1980. Wackform Squeers, Nicholas Nickleby, Aldwych Theatre, 1980. Title role, Edmund Kean, Lyric TheatreHammersmith, then Haymarket Theatre, both London, England, 1983, later Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1984. Caracol, Melons, Royal Shakespeare Company, Barbican Centre, Pit Theatre, London, England, 1985. Title role, Othello, Royal Shakespeare Company, Barbican Centre Theatre, 1986. Kenneth Waterman, A Betrothal, Man in the Moon Theatre, London, 1986. Estragon, Waiting for Codot, London, England, 1997.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Appeared as the title role, Dr. Faustus, Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, England; and as Shylock, The Merchant of Venice; also appeared in The Country Wife, National Theatre. Major Tours: Demetrius, A Midsummer Night's Dream, U.S. cities, 1971. Errol Philander, Statements, European cities, 1974. Appeared with the Theatre Centre, 1964. Television Appearances; Movies: Naseem, Hard Labour, BBC, 1973. Remember Me, 1975. An Impeccable Elopement, 1975. The Brotherhood, 1975. Beata Beatrix, [Great Britain], 1975. The Artisan, [Great Britain], 1975. Thank You, Comrades, 1978. Duval, Camilla, CBS, 1984. Silas Marner, S/7as Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe (also known as 5/7as Marner), BBC and Arts and Entertainment, 1985. V. I. Lenin, Lenin: the Train, Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF), 1988. Simon Wiesenthal, Murderers among Us: The Simon Wiesenthal Story, HBO, 1989. Pericles, The War That Never Ends, BBC, 1991. The Lost Portrait, [Great Britain], 1995. Julian Messenger, Weapons of Mass Destruction, HBO, 1997. Sweeney Todd, The Tale of Sweeney Todd (also known as The Demon Barber), Showtime, 1998. Major Catepillar, Alice in Wonderland, 1999. Also appeared in Barbara of Grebe House, Every Good Boy Deserves Favour, and Feel Free. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Himself, Playing Shakespeare, London Weekend Television, 1984. // segreto del Sahara (also known as Secret of the Sahara), [Italy, Switzerland, and West Germany (now Germany)], 1988. Potiphar, ]oseph (also known as The Bible: Joseph), TNT, 1995. Title role, Moses (also known as The Bible: Moses), TNT, 1996. Porfiry, Crime and Punishment (also known as Dostoevs/cy's Crime and Punishment), NBC, 1998. Also appeared as Rossetti, The Love School.

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Television Appearances; Specials: /Antony and Cleopatra, Associated Television, 1974. Frank Ford, "The Merry Wives of Windsor," BBC Television Shakespeare, BBC-2, 1982. Our Finite World: India, PBS, 1986. Oxbridge Blues, Arts and Entertainment, 1986. Backstage at Masterpiece Theatre: A 20th Anniversary Special, PBS, 1991. Michael Caine: Breaking the Mold, Cinemax, 1991. Narrator, Last /mages of War, PBS, 1992. The king, The King and I: Recording a Hollywood Dream, 1993. Inside the Academy Awards, TNT, 1995. The American Film Institute Salute to Steven Spielberg, NBC, 1995. The 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, 1995. Narrator, Nazi Hunters: Stalking Evil, TNT, 1996. Host, Survivors of the Holocaust (also known as Survivors of the Shoah), TBS, 1996. The 70th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1998. Roman Polanski: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 1998. Also appeared in Edmund Kean. Television Appearances; Episodic: Ron Jenkins, Coronation Street (two episodes), Granada Television, 1965. Also appeared as Pierre, "Good Book/' The /Adventurer, Incorporated Television Company. RECORDINGS Cast Albums: The King and I, Philips Classics, 1992. Taped Readings: The Words of Gandhi (spoken documentary), Caedmon, 1984. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, September 6, 1996, p. 62. New York Times, April 3, 1996.*

KINSKI, Nastassja

1961PERSONAL

Born Nastassja Nakszynski, January 24, 1961, in Berlin, West Germany; daughter of Klaus (an actor)

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and Ruth Brigitte (Tocki) Kinski; married Ibrahim Moussa (a producer and talent agent), September, 1984 (divorced, 1992); children: Aljosha, Sonja Leila, (with producer and composer Quincy Jones) Kenya Niambi Sarah Jones. Addresses: Agent—c/o Peter Levine, William Morris Agency, South 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. Also known as Anastasiya Kinski and Nastassia Kinski. Has appeared in print advertisements for Club Milk—Where's Your Moustache? (1995); has appeared in television commercials for L'Oreal Excellence Creme (1996), Senso (perfume), H&M (clothing), Passugger mineral water. Awards, Honors: Film Strip in Gold (German film award), outstanding individual achievement, 1975, for Falsche Bewegung; Golden Globe Award, female new star of the year, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best motion picture actress in a drama, both 1981, for less; Bundespreis (German film award), 1983, for Symphony of Love. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Film debut) Mignon, Falsche Bewegung (also known as False Movement, The Wrong Move, and The Wrong Movement), Pacific Arts, 1975. Catherine Beddows, To the Devil, a Daughter (also known as Die Braut des Satans and Child of Satan), EMI Productions, 1976. Deborah Collins, Passion Flower Hotel (also known as Boarding School, Virgin Campus, and Leidenschaftliche Blumchen), Cine Export, 1977. Stay As You Are, New Line Cinema, 1979. less Durbeyfield, Tess, Columbia, 1980. Irena Gallier, Cat People, RKO, 1982. Sina Wolf, For Your Love Only (also known as Reifezeugnis), Cannon, 1982. Leila, One from the Heart, Columbia, 1982. Love and Money, 1982. Elizabeth Carlson, Exposed, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1983. Loretta Channing, The Moon in the Cutter (also known as La Lune dans le caniveau), ColumbiaTriumph, 1983. Susie the Bear, The Hotel New Hampshire, Orion, 1984. Jane, Paris, Texas, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984. Daniel la Eastman, Unfaithfully Yours, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984.

Maria Bosic, Maria's Lovers, Cannon, 1985. Daisy McConnahay, Revolution, Warner Brothers, 1985. Clara Wieck, Symphony of Love (also known as

Spring Symphony and Fruhlingssinfonie), Greentree, 1985. Diane, Harem, Union GeneraleCinematographique, 1985. Juliette, Malady of Love (also known as Maladie d'amour), AMLF, 1987. Magdalene, Magdalene (also known as 5/7ent Night), Silent Night, 1989. Joelle, In una notte di chiaro di luna (also known as As Long as It's Love, Clair, Crystal or Ash, Fire or Wind, as Long as It's Love, and On a Moonlit Night), Carthago Films, 1989. Maria Nikolaevna Polozov, Acque diprimavera (also known as Torrents of Spring), Millimeter, 1989. Lucia, // Segreto (also known as The Secret), 1990. Karin, L'Alba (also known as Dawn), 1990. Cristina, // Sole anche di notte (also known as Night Sun and Sunshine Even by Night), Capoul, 1990. Natasha, Unizhennye i oskorblyonnye (also known as Umiliati e offesi and The Insulted and the Injured), Globus, 1991. Nastienka, In camera mia, 1992. Herself, Behind the Scenes: A Portrait of Pierre Cuffroy (also known as L'Envers du decor: Portrait de Pierre Cuffroy), 1992. Christine, The Blonde (also known as La Bionda), 1992. Raphaela, Far Away, So Close (also known as In welter Feme, so nah!), Sony Pictures Classics, 1993. Chris Morrow, Terminal Velocity, Buena Vista, 1994. Charlotte Ellis, Somebody is Waiting, Redhead Films, 1996. Karen, One Night Stand, New Line Cinema, 1997. Collette Andrews, Father's Day, Warner Bros., 1997. Susan Holland, Susan's Plan, Kushner-Locke, 1998. Melanie, Playing by Heart (also known as Dancing about Architecture and If They Only Knew), Miramax, 1998. Maria Rose, Savior, First Independent Films, 1998. Kate West, Little Boy Blue, Jazz Pictures, 1998. Cheri, Your Friends & Neighbors (also known as Friends and Neighbors), Gramercy Pictures, 1997. The Magic of Marciano, Lumiere International, 1999. The Lost Son, Scala Films, 1999. Town and Country, New Line Cinema, 1999. Television Appearances; Movies: Katia Koslovska ("K.C."), Crackerjack, HBO, 1994.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Television Appearances; Miniseries: Ariana von Gotthard, Danielle Steel's "The Ring" (also known as The R/ng), NBC, 1996. Sophia, Bella Mafia, CBS, 1997. Television Appearances; Series: Voice of Rosa Luxemburg, The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century, PBS, 1996. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Advocate, November 25, 1997, p. 59. Entertainment Weekly, October 7, 1994, p. 53; March 17, 1995, p. 99; September 12, 1997, p. 141. People Weekly, August 24, 1998, p. 33. Time, February 22, 1993, p. 21. Variety, June 2, 1997, p. 58; November 17, 1997, p. 37; November 2, 1998, p. 50. Video Business, July 8, 1994, p. 27.*

Television Appearances; Movies: Amy Ross, johnny's Girl, ABC, 1995. Television Appearances; Series: Sophie Metternich, Dracula: The Series, syndicated, 1990. Television Appearances; Episodic: Jo, "Loving the Alien/' War of the Worlds, syndicated, 1989. "My Other Secret Identity/' My Secret Identity, syndicated, 1991. Pam, "Tale of the Hungry Hound/' Are You Afraid of the Dark?, syndicated, 1992. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, December 12, 1997, p. 101. People Weekly, April 24, 1995, p. 92.*

KLEISER, Randal KIRSHNER, Mia

1976PERSONAL

Born in 1976 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; daughter of Sheldon (a journalist) and Etti (an English teacher) Kirshner. Education: Attended McGill University. Addresses:/Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. CREDITS Film Appearances: Benita, Love & Human Remains, Sony Pictures Classics, 1993. Page, Cadillac Girls, Saban Entertainment, 1994. Christina, Exotica, Miramax, 1994. Maude, The Crass Harp, Fine Line Features, 1995. Adult Rosetta Young, Murder in the First, Warner Bros., 1995. Sarah, The Crow: City of Angels (also known as The Crow II), Dimension Films/Miramax, 1996. Princess Ekaterina "Kitty" Shaherbatsky, Anna Karenina (also known as Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina), Warner Bros., 1997. Laurie Callahan, Mad City, Warner Bros., 1997.

1946PERSONAL

Born July 20, 1946, in Lebanon, PA; son of John Raymond and Harriet Kelly (Means) Kleiser. Education: University of Southern California, B.A., 1964 and University of Southern California Film School, M.A., 1974. Addresses: Office—Randal Kleiser Productions, 500 South Buena Vista St. #262, Burbank, CA 91521. /Agent—c/o Jim Wiatt, International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Director, producer, writer, and actor. Graduate production workshop instructor, University of Southern California; Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Student Awards judge. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, best direction, 1977, for The Gathering. CREDITS Film Appearances: Freheit, 1966. Literary party guest, Rich and Famous, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1981. Popcorn vendor (uncredited), Big Top Pee-wee, Paramount, 1988.

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1996. Doctor #1, Susan's Plan, Kushner-Locke, 1998. Bob, Crazy in Alabama, Sony Pictures Entertainment,

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway, 1976. The Boy in the Plastic Bubble, 1976. Portrait of Grandpa Doc, 1977. The Gathering, 1977.

1999. WRITINGS Film Work; Director: (Directorial debut) Grease, United International Pictures, 1978. The Blue Lagoon, Columbia, 1980. Summer Lovers, Orion, 1982. Grandview U.S.A., CBS Productions, 1983. Flight of the Navigator, Walt Disney Productions, 1986. Big Top Pee-wee, Paramount, 1988. Getting It Right, Management Company Entertainment Group, 1989. White Fang, Buena Vista, 1991. Honey, I Blew Up the Kid (also known as Big Baby and Honey, I Blew Up the Baby), Buena Vista, 1992. (And editor) It's My Party, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1995. Honey, I Shrunk the Audience, Walt Disney Productions, 1995. Shadow of Doubt (also known as Reasonable Doubt), Reasonable Doubt Productions, 1998. Film Work; Producer: The Blue Lagoon, Columbia, 1980. Executive producer, North Shore, Universal, 1987. Getting It Right, Management Company Entertainment Group, 1989. Executive producer, Return to the Blue Lagoon, Columbia/TriStar, 1991. It's My Party, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1995. Television Work (Series); Director: "Fear of Silence/' "Designs/' "A Fevered Angel," "To Father a Child," "The Strange Behavior of Paul Kelland," Marcus Welby, M.D., ABC, 1973-75. "Bonus Baby," and "All Together Now," Lucas Tanner, NBC, 1974-75. "Nightmare," and "Terror on the Docks," Starskyand Hutch, ABC, 1976. "From Out of the Darkness," The Rookies, ABC, 1976. "A Special Kind of Love," and "A Right and Proper Goodbye," Family, ABC, 1976. New York News, CBS, 1995. Television Work (Movies); Director: foot Fetish, 1974. All Together Now, 1975.

Screenplays: Gli Esecutori (also known as The Executioner, The Executors, The Sicilian Cross, Street People, and Uomo de/'organ/zzaz/one), 1976. Summer Lovers, Orion, 1982. North Shore, Universal, 1987. It's My Party, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1995. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, April 5, 1996, p. 62; April 3, 1998, p. 67; December 11, 1998, p. 83.*

KNOPFLER, Mark

1949PERSONAL

Born August 12, 1949, in Glasgow, Scotland; father, an architect; mother, a school teacher; married (separated); second wife, Lourdes Salamone. Education: Received a degree in English literature from the University of Leeds, 1973. Addresses: /Agent—Ed Bicknell, Damage Management, 16 Lambdon Place, London, W11 2SH, England; telephone: 0171-229 2992; fax: 0171-229 2213. E-mail: mark-knopfler-news.co.uk. Career: Composer, guitarist, bandleader. Reporter and rock music critic, Yorkshire Evening Post, 196870; lecturer, Loughton College, 1973-77; founder and lead guitarist of the rock group Dire Straits, 1977-93; founder of country/rock group, Netting Hillbillies, 1984; has appeared in print advertisements for Crate Guitar Amplifiers, 1996; member of the rock groups Brewer's Droop and Cafe Racers, both in London. Awards, Honors: Grammy Award, best instrumental performance, 1985, for "Cosmic Square Dance/' Stay Tuned; Grammy Award (with Dire Straits), best performance by a group, and MTV Video Music Awards (with Dire Straits), best group video and best video of the year, all 1986, for "Money for Nothing/' Brothers in Arms; Grammy Award, best vocal collabora-

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 tion, 1991, for "Poor Boy Blues," Neck & Neck; Grammy Award, best instrumental performance, 1991, for "So Soft, Your Goodbye/' Neck and Neck; Ivor Novello Award and BRIT Award. CREDITS Film Appearances: The Secret Policeman's Third Ball (concert film), Virgin Vision, 1987. Film Work; Musical Composer: Local Hero, Warner Bros., 1983. Cal, Warner Bros., 1984. Comfort and Joy, Universal, 1984. The Princess Bride, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1987. Last Exit to Brooklyn (also known as Letze Ausfahrt Brooklyn), Neue Constantin, 1989. Metro/and, Pandora Cinema, 1997. Wag the Dog, New Line Cinema, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: The Prince's Trust All-Star Rock Concert, HBO, 1986. In Private and Public: The Prince and Princess of Wales (documentary), British television, 1986. A Session with Chet Atkins, Certified Guitar Player (also known as Chet Atkins and Friends: Music from the Heart), Cinemax, 1987. Himself, The History of Rock 'N' Roll, Vol. 7 (documentary); (also known as Guitar Heroes), Warner Brothers Domestic Television Distribution, 1995. Albums: (With Chet Atkins) Neck & Neck, Columbia, 1991. (Debut solo album) Golden Heart, Warner Bros., 1996. Words + Music, Warner Bros., 1996. Night in London, Polygram, 1996. Albums; Vocal and Musical Contributions: Dylan, Bob Dylan, Columbia, 1973. Sandy McLelland & The Backline, McLelland & The Backline, Mercury, 1979. Slow Train Coming, Bob Dylan, Columbia, 1979. So/o in Soho, Phil Lynott, Warner Bros., 1980. Gaucho, Dan Steely, MCA, 1980. My One and Only Love, Fausto Papetti, Kubaney, 1982. Philip Lynott Album, Phil Lynott, Vertigo, 1982. Beautiful Vision, Van Morrison, Warner Bros., 1982. Infidels, Bob Dylan, Columbia, 1983. Phil Everly, Phil Everly, Capitol, 1983.

KNOPFLER • 239 Love Over and Over, Kate and Anna McGarrigle, Polydor, 1983. Private Dancer, Tina Turner, Capitol, 1984. Climate of Hunter, Scott Walker, Virgin, 1984. Born Yesterday, Everly Brothers, Mercury, 1985. Boys and Girls, Bryan Ferry, Reprise, 1985. Stay Tuned, Chet Atkins, Columbia, 1985. Break Every Rule, Tina Turner, Capitol, 1986. Soldier of Fortune, Thin Lizzy, Telstar, 1987. Miracle, Willy DeVille, A&M, 1987. Nothing Like the Sun, Sting, A&M, 1987. The Secret Policeman's Third Ball (soundtrack), Virgin, 1987. Sails, Chet Atkins, CBS, 1987. Change of Scenery, Seldom Scene, Sugar Hill, 1988. Glass, John Illsley, Warner Bros., 1988. Shouting Stage, Joan Armatrading, A&M, 1988. Down in the Groove, Bob Dylan, Columbia, 1988. Land of Dreams, Randy Newman, Reprise, 1988. C.G.P., Chet Atkins, CBS, 1988. Foreign Affair, Tina Turner, Capitol, 1989. River of Time, The Judds, RCA, 1989. Hell to Pay, Jeff Healey, Arista, 1990. Missing. . .Presumed Having a Good Time, Notting Hillbillies, Warner Bros., 1990. Knebworth: The Album, Polydor, 1990. Only Love: The Best of Nana, Nana Mouskouri, Philips, 1991. Cutting Their Own Groove, Big Daddy, Rhino, 1991. Bootleg Series, Vols. 1-3: Rare & U, Bob Dylan, Columbia, 1991. Damn Right, I've Got the Blues, Buddy Guy, Silvertone, 1991. Rites of Passage, Indigo Girls, Epic, 1992. Come On Come On, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Columbia, 1992. Corazon Guerrero, Willie Colon, Fania, 1992. Ain't I a Woman, Rory Block, Rounder, 1992. Seminole Wind, John Anderson, RCA, 1992. Sing the Hits of Tina Turner (Karaoke), Tina Turner, Singing Machine, 1993. Mercury Years, Everly Brothers, Polygram, 1993. Recollections, Phil Coulter, Shanachie, 1993. Citizen Steely Dan, Steely Dan, MCA, 1993. Flyer, Nanci Griffith, Elektra, 1994. Bradley Barn Sessions, George Jones, MCA, 1994. Greatest Hits, Vol. 3, Bob Dylan, Columbia, 1994. Greatest Hits, Vol. 2, Weird Al Yankovic, Scotti Bros., 1994. Tina Turner Story, Gary Tesca, Mirage, 1995. Someone from Home, Mac & O, Rego Irish, 1995. Mona Lisa Cafe, Cliff Eberhardt, Shanachie, 1995. Long Black Veil, Chieftans, RCA Victor, 1995. Full Circle, Randy Travis, Warner Bros., 1996.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Classic Rock Box: WNEW-FM 25th Anniversary Box, Polygram, 1992. On the Night, Dire Straits, Warner Bros., 1993. Greatest Hits, Vol. 3, Bob Dylan, Columbia, 1994. The Best Rock Album in the World. . .Ever!, Virgin, 1994. Collected Recordings—Sixties to the Nineties, Tina Turner, Capitol, 1994. 100 Summer, Alex, 1994. Twang!: A Tribute to Hank Marvin & The Shadows, Pangea, 1996. Twister (soundtrack), Warner Bros., 1996. Sultans of Swing: The Very Best of Dire Straits, Dire Straits, Warner Bros., 1998. Albums; Soundtracks: Local Hero, Warner Bros., 1983. Cat, Mercury, 1984. Comfort and ]oy, Phonogram, 1985. The Princess Bride, Warner Bros., 1987. Last Exit to Brooklyn, Warner Bros., 1989. Screenplaying (Music from the Films. . .), Warner Bros., 1993. Go/den Heart, Warner Bros., 1996. Metro/and, 1998. Wag the Dog, Polygram, 1998. Albums with Dire Straits: Dire Straits, Warner Bros., 1978. Sultans of Swing, Warner Bros., 1978. Communique, Warner Bros., 1979. Dire Straits/Making Movies, Warner Bros., 1980. Making Movies, Warner Bros., 1980. Love Over Cold, Warner Bros., 1982. Twisting By the Pool, Warner Bros., 1983. Alchemy, Warner Bros., 1984. Walk of Life, Warner Bros., 1985. Brothers in Arms, Warner Bros., 1985. Interview Disc, Baktabak, 1987. Money for Nothing, Warner Bros., 1989. Alchemy Live, Polygram Video, 1991. On Every Street, Warner Bros., 1991. On the Night, Warner Bros., 1993. Live at the BBC, Winsong, 1995. Albums with Dire Straits; Compilations: Money for Nothing, Warner Bros., 1988. The Best of Dire Straits, Polygram, 1998. Sultans of Swing: The Very Best of Dire Straits, Warner Bros., 1998. Singles with Dire Straits: Calling Elvis, Alex, 1991. Encores, Alex, 1993.

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KOPPEL, Ted 1940PERSONAL Full name, Edward James Koppel; born February 8, 1940, in Lancashire, England; immigrated to United States, 1953, naturalized U.S. citizen, 1963; son of Edwin (a tire factory owner) and Alice (a singer and pianist) Koppel; married Grace Anne Dorney (an attorney), 1963; children: Andrea, Deirdre, Andrew, Tara. Education: Syracuse University, B.S. (liberal arts); Stanford University, M.A. (mass communications), 1962. Addresses: Office—c/o Nightline, 1 71 7 De Sales St. NW, Washington, DC 20036. Career: Television and radio news personality best known as host of the ABC television news program Nightline. WMCA radio station, New York City, writer and news correspondent, 1963; ABC News, New York City, radio correspondent, 1963-1973, served as correspondent in Vietnam, 1967 and 196971, Miami bureau chief, 1968, Hong Kong bureau chief, 1969-71, diplomatic correspondent, 1971-76

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and 1977-79, anchor of ABC Saturday Night News, 1976-77, host of Nightline, 1980—; Koppel Communications, Inc. (production company), founder and chair with Grace Anne Koppel, 1989-91. Held major reporting role in every presidential election since 1964. Managing editor, editorial manager, and executive producer for various television specials and episodes of Nightline. Free-lance writer, 1976-77. Taught school in New York City briefly after college. Awards, Honors: Overseas Press Club awards, 1971, 1974, and 1975; Emmy Award nomination (with Steve Bell) for achievement within regularly scheduled news programs, 1974, for 'Inside China/' ABC Evening News; Emmy Award nomination (with Howard K. Smith) for documentary program achievements, 1974, for/Act/on Biography: Henry Kissinger; Alfred I. du Pont-Columbia University Award in Broadcast Journalism (with others), 1979, for "American Military Strength, Second to None?" series on ABC World News Tonight; Emmy Award (with others) for news and documentaries, programs and program segments, 1980, for "Post Election Special Edition," Nightline; Emmy Award nomination (with others) for news and documentaries, programs and program segments, 1981, for "Sirhan-Sirhan," Nightline; George Polk Award, 1981, for best television reporting; Emmy Award (with others) for coverage of a single breaking news story, 1982, for "Disaster on the Potomac/' Nightline; Emmy Award nomination (with others) for coverage of a single breaking news story, 1982, for "Washington Monument Siege/' Nightline; Emmy Award (with Bob Jordan) for interview/interviewed), 1982, for "The Palestinians' Viewpoint," Nightline; Emmy Award nomination (with others) for coverage of a continuing news story, 1982, for "The War in Lebanon," Nightline; George Foster Peabody Award given to Nightline with special mention to Koppel, 1982. Emmy Award (with others) for interview/ interviewer(s) (programs), 1983, for program "The Day After" on the segment "Viewpoint," ABC News; Emmy Award (with others), for special classification for outstanding program achievement (programs), 1983, for "The Crisis Game," Nightline; Emmy Award nomination (with others), for special classification for outstanding program achievement (segments), 1983, for "Viewpoint," ABC News; Emmy Award (with others) for coverage of a single breaking news story (programs), 1984, for "Massacre in San Ysidro," Nightline; Emmy Award nomination (with others) for coverage of a single breaking news story (programs), 1984, for "Jackson's Victory Tour," Nightline; Emmy Award

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nomination (with others) for background/analysis, single current story (programs), 1984, for "The Hostage Crisis Five Years Later/' Nightline; Emmy Award nomination (with others) for interview/interviewer(s) (programs), 1984, for "Chief Justice Burger—Prison Conditions/' Nightline; Emmy Award nomination (with others) for coverage of a continuing news story (programs), 1984, for "Hunt vs. Helms/' Nightline; Emmy Award nomination (with others) for information, cultural, or historical programming (segments), 1984, for "Children of War/' Nightline; Emmy Award nomination (with others), special classification for outstanding program/individual (programs), 1984, for "D-Day," Nightline; George Foster Peabody awards (with others), 1984; Edwin M. Hood Award (with others), 1984, for "The Crisis Game," Nightline; Sol Taishoff Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism, Broadcasting (magazine), 1984, for work on ABC News. Emmy Awards (with others) for coverage of a single breaking news story (programs), 1985, for "Crash of Delta," and for "Columbian Volcano," Nightline; Emmy Award nomination (with others) for coverage of a single breaking news story (programs), 1985, for "The Achille Lauro Aftermath," Nightline; Emmy Award nomination (with others) for background/ analysis of a single current story (programs), 1985, for "American Lawyers in Bhopal," Nightline; Emmy Award nomination for interview/interviewers (program), 1985, for "In South Africa," Nightline; Emmy Award nomination (with others) for coverage of a continuing news story (programs), 1985, for "South Africa . . . R. F. Botha Debates Bishop Tutu," Nightline; Emmy Award nomination (with others) for informational, cultural or historical programming (programs), 1985, for 45/85; Emmy Award nomination (with others) for informational, cultural or historical programming (segments), 1985, for "Day 444 Revisited," Inauguration '85; George Polk Award (with Richard N. Kaplan) for Network Television Reporting, 1985, for Nightline; named Broadcaster of the Year, International Television and Radio Society, 1985; Television Critics Association award for outstanding achievement in news and information, 1985; named best interviewer, overall TV news, by the Washington Journalism Review, 1985; Golden Baton (first ever awarded), duPont-Columbia Awards, 1985, for "South Africa . . . R. F. Botha Debates Bishop Tutu," Nightline. (With Richard Kaplan) Edward R. Murrow Award from the Overseas Press Club for Best Television Interpretation on Foreign Affairs, 1986, for their series

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Broadcasters, 1993; named Chevalier de I'Ordredes Arts et des Lettres, France, 1994. Recipient of numerous honorary degrees from institutions including Syracuse University, Dartmouth College, Howard University, and Duke University. Koppel and his work on Nightline have received numerous other awards, including two Ohio State awards, two Sigma Delta Chi awards, three additional George Foster Peabody awards, three additional Overseas Press Club awards, and eight additional Alfred I. du PontColumbia University awards in Broadcast Journalism; inducted into the Broadcasting Hall of Fame. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Chief diplomatic correspondent, ABC News, ABC, 1971-80. Anchor, ABC Saturday Night News, 1975-77. Anchor, The Iran Crisis: America Held Hostage, ABC, 1979-80. Anchor, interviewer, reporter, and correspondent, Nightline, ABC, 1980—. Anchor, 20/20, ABC, 1986. Correspondent on ABC World News Tonight, ABC. Television Appearances; Specials: Correspondent, The People of People's China, 1973. Correspondent, /Act/on Biography: Henry Kissinger, ABC, 1974. Correspondent, ABC News Close-up on Illegal Aliens: The Gate Crashers, ABC, 1975. Correspondent, What's Happened Since, 1975. Reporter/correspondent, 45/85, ABC, 1985. Reporter/correspondent, "Day 444 Revisited/' Inauguration '85, ABC, 1985. Host, Learn to Read!, ABC, 1986. Host and moderator, The Media and Human Rights, PBS, 1986. Anchor, The Manipulators: Iron Curtain-Stone WallParty Line, ABC, 1986. Anchor, "Ronald Reagan/7 The]ennings-Koppel Report, ABC, 1987. Anchor, "The Persian Gulf: Questions of Policy, Questions of War/' Thejennings-Koppel Report, ABC, 1987. Anchor, "The Summit in America/' The JenningsKoppel Report, ABC, 1987. Anchor, The Blessings of Liberty, ABC, 1987. Anchor, The Koppel Report: Billion Dollar Pie, ABC, 1988. The 46th Alfred I. du Pont-Columbia University Awards, PBS, 1988.

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Anchor, The Koppel Report: News from Earth, ABC, 1988. Anchor, The Koppel Report: A National Town Meeting on the Legalization of Drugs, ABC, 1988. Anchor, Covering Politics—Who's to Blame?, ABC, 1988. Host, The Koppel Report: Tragedy at Tiananmen— The Untold Story, ABC, 1989. Host and American team pilot, The Koppel Report: The Blue X Conspiracy, 1989. Anchor, The Koppel Report: Television—Revolution in a Box, ABC, 1989. Anchor, The Koppel Report: D.C.—Divided City, ABC, 1989. Anchor, The Koppel Report: Death of a Dictator, ABC, 1990. The Television Academy Hall of Fame, Fox, 1990. Edward R. Murrow: This Reporter, PBS, 1990. 2 Years. . . Later, NBC, 1990. Moderator, 21st Century: World Without Walls?, PBS, 1990. Host, The Best of Nightline with Ted Koppel, 198090, ABC, 1990. Anchor, The Koppel Report: Sex in the Soviet Union, ABC, 1990. Anchor, The Koppel Report: Drugs, Crime & Doing Time, ABC, 1990. Anchor, The Koppel Report: A Town Meeting with Nelson Mandela, ABC, 1990. Anchor, ABC News Town Meeting: A Process Run Amok-Can It Be Fixed?, ABC, 1991. Anchor, Moment of Crisis: Anatomy of a Riot, ABC, 1992. Anchor, Public War/Secret War, ABC, 1992. Memory & Imagination: New Pathways to the Library of Congress, PBS, 1992. Abraham Lincoln: A New Birth of Freedom, PBS, 1992. Anchor, 72 Hours to Victory: Behind the Scenes with Bill Clinton, ABC, 1992. Co-host, The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, CBS, 1993. The 9th Annual Television Academy Hall of Fame, 1993. One on One: Classic Television Interviews, 1993. Moderator, Nightline Viewpoint: The Media and OJ. Simpson, ABC, 1994. "The World of Jim Henson," Great Performances, PBS, 1994. "Headlines and Sound Bites: Is that the Way It Is?/' The Cronkite Report, Discovery Channel, 1995. Host, The 54th Annual Alfred I. DuPont/Columbia University Awards, 1996. Steve Allen's 75th Birthday Celebration, PBS, 1997.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Nova Quiz/' Nova, PBS, 1993. Television Work; Series: Editorial manager, Nightline, ABC, c. 1986—. Managing editor, 20/20, ABC, 1986. Television Work; Specials: Editorial manager, The Koppel Report: News from Earth, ABC, 1988. Editorial manager, The Koppel Report: Tragedy at Tiananmen—The Untold Story, ABC, 1989. Managing editor, The Koppel Report: Death of a Dictator, ABC, 1990. Executive producer, 21st Century: World without Walls?, PBS, 1990. Editorial manager, Best of Nightline with Ted Koppel, 1980-90, ABC, 1990. Editorial manager, The Koppel Report: Drugs, Crime & Doing Time, ABC, 1990. Editorial manager, Public War/Secret War, ABC, 1992. WRITINGS Television Specials: 45/85, ABC, 1985. The Blessings of Liberty, ABC, 1987. The Koppel Report: Death of a Dictator, ABC, 1990. Moment of Crisis: Anatomy of a Riot, ABC, 1992. Other: (Compiler) The Wit and Wisdom ofAdlai Stevenson, Hawthorn, 1965. (With Marvin L. Kalb) In the National Interest (novel), Simon & Schuster, 1977. (With Kyle Gibson) Nightline: History in the Making and the Making of Television (nonfiction), Times Books, 1996. (Contributor) Live from the Trenches: The Changing Role of the Television News Correspondent, edited by Joe S. Foote, Southern Illinois University Press, 1998. Also contributed articles to Forbes and The Nation. OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Authors, Volume 103, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1982. Newsmakers, Issue 1, Gale, 1989, pp. 258-261. Periodicals: Chicago Tribune, February 7, 1993, pp. 1, 6.

Columbia Journalism Review, May-June 1996, p. 65. Forbes, September 9, 1996, p. 25; December 1,1997, p. 592. Los Angeles Times, December 1, 1992. Media Week, August 19, 1996, p. 12. Nation, September 9, 1996, p. 9. Playboy, September 1995, p. 118. Rolling Stone, January 10, 1991, pp. 61, 76. Time, June 17, 1996, p. 93. TV Guide, March 24, 1990, p. 23. Vanity Fair, January, 1994, pp. 96-99, 128-130. Video Age International, November-December 1996, p. 10.*

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KOZAK, Harley Jane 1957(Harley Kozak) PERSONAL Born Susan Jane Kozak, January 28, 1957, in WilkesBarre, PA; daughter of Joseph Aloysius and Dorothy (a music teacher; maiden name, Taraldsen) Kozak; married Van Santvoord (an actor), c. 1982 (divorced, 1983). Education: New York University School of the Arts, certificate, 1980. Addresses: Office—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 902122427. Career: Actress. Nebraska Repertory Theatre, company member. Worked as a waitress at Garvin's Restaurant, New York City. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Film debut; as Harley Kozak) Jeanie, The House on Sorority Row (also known as The House on Sorority Row, House of Evil, and Seven Sisters), Associated Releasing Corp., 1983. (As Harley Kozak) Ralston receptionist, Clean and Sober, Warner Bros., 1988. (As Harley Kozak) Helen, When Harry Met Sally..., Columbia, 1989. (As Harley Kozak) Susan, Parenthood, Universal, 1989.

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Molly Jennings, Arachnophobia, Buena Vista, 1990. Kate Jacobs, Side Out, TriStar, 1990. Catherine O'Fallon, All I Want for Christmas, Paramount, 1991. Suzanne Carter, Necessary Roughness, Paramount, 1991. Laura Sage, The Taking of Beverly Hills (also known as Boomer: The Taking of Beverly Hills), Columbia, 1991. Kathy Whiting, The Favor, Orion, 1994. Dr. Wanda Bell, Magic in the Water (also known as Clenorky), TriStar, 1995. Karen, The Lovemaster, Rocket Pictures Home Video, 1996.

Holly, Charlie Grace, ABC, 1995. Prisoner No. 98843, "The Camp/' The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 1995. "Cinema Verite," Strangers, HBO, 1996. Sara O'Neill, "Cold Lazarus," Stargate SC-7, Showtime, 1997. Gillian Apple, "One Dog Night," Teen Angel, ABC, 1997. Marcy, "Pilot," The Secret Lives of Men, ABC, 1998. Cassandra Taylor, The Love Boat: Next Wave, UPN,

Television Appearances; Movies: Susan McCarran, 5o Proudly We Hail (also known as Skinheads), CBS, 1990. Amy Pagnozzi, Beyond Control: The Amy Fisher Story, ABC, 1993. Dr. Karen Garret, The Android Affair (also known as The Human Touch and Teach 905), USA Network, 1995. Abby Hewitt, A Friend's Betrayal (also known as Stolen Youth), NBC, 1996. Judy Hegstrom, Unforgivable, CBS, 1996. Commander Liz Brendan, Dark Planet, Sci-Fi Channel, 1997. Joy Bookman, Emma's Wish, CBS, 1998.

Television Appearances; Special: (As Harley Kozak) Judge, America's junior Miss, 1984. (As Harley Kozak) Vicki St. Clair, Mad Avenue, 1988. Laine Harmon, Bodyguard (also known as Powerplay), NBC, 1990. The Nerd, NBC, 1996.

Television Miniseries: Bess Allison, Titanic, CBS, 1996.

Periodicals: Los Angeles Times, December 22, 1992, p. F1. People Weekly, July 30, 1990, p. 84.*

Television Appearances; Series: (As Harley Kozak) Brett Wheeler, Texas (also known as Texas, The New Generation), NBC, 1980-82. Annabelle Sims, The Guiding Light, CBS, 1983-85. Mary DuVall McCormick, Santa Barbara, 1985-86. (As Harley Kozak) Barbara "Babs" Shepard, Knightwatch, ABC, 1988-89. Alison Hart, Harts of the West, CBS, 1993-94. Ellen, Bringing Up Jack, ABC, 1995. Gillian Apple, You Wish (also known as Genie), ABC, 1997-98. Television Appearances; Episodic: Caroline, "Jonathan Goes to Washington," Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1986. Rikki Davis, "The Gods Must Be Lawyers," LA. Law, NBC, 1991. Rikki Davis, "The Beverly Hills Hangers/' LA. Law, NBC, 1991. Amanda, Crossroads, ABC, 1992. Jill, Tm with Stupid/' Dream On, Fox, 1995.

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KRABBE, Jeroen 1944PERSONAL Name is pronounced "jer-oon kra-bay"; full name, Jeroen Aart Krabbe; born December 5, 1944, in Amsterdam, the Netherlands; son of Maarten (a painter) and Margreet (a film translator; maiden name, Reiss) Krabbe; married Herma Van Geemert (a social worker); children: Martyn, Jasper, Jakob. Education: Graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Art, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1965; Academy of Fine Arts, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, certificate of graduation (painting), 1981. Addresses: /Agent—Rosenberg-Melamed Management, 8428 Melrose PL, Suite B, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

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Career: Actor, director, producer, costumer designer, and writer. Founder of a touring theatre company, translator of plays into Dutch. Also a painter, with exhibitions in Holland and at Francis Kyle Gallery, London, England. Member: Screen Actors Guild, Equity (British Actors' Equity Association). Awards, Honors: Best actor awards in Italy, Spain, and England, 1982, for The Fourth Man; Vittorio de Sica Prize, Sorrento, Italy, 1983; Imagfic '84 Award, Madrid, Spain, 1984; Anne Frank Award, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1985; Golden Heart Award, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 1986-87; Rembrandt Award for life achievement, Veronica Broadcasting Corporation, 1995; Golden Calf Award, Dutch Film Festival, 1996; Emden Film Award, Emden International Film Festival, and Berlin International Film Festival Awards: Blue Angel Award, Prize of the Guild of German Art House Cinemas Award, and Golden Berlin Bear nomination, all 1998, for Left Luggage. CREDITS Film Appearances: Fietsen naar de maan, PAN Film, 1963. Professor Columbus, [the Netherlands], 1968. Alicia, Scorpio Production, 1974. Gus Sims, Soldat van Oranje (also known as Soldier of Orange and Survival Run), Houwer Films, 1979. Maarten and alter ego, fen vlucht regenwulpen (also known as A Flight of Rainbirds), Heiningen Films, 1979. Een pak slaag (also known as Mr. Slotter's Jubilee), Tuschinski Film Distribution, 1979. Regisseur, Martijn en de magieer, Castor Films, 1979. Frank Henkhof, Spetters, Embassy, 1980. Het verleden, [the Netherlands], 1982. Gerard Reve, The Fourth Man (also known as De vierde man), Houwer Films, 1982. Sandor, Turtle Diary, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1985. Mark Van Meter, Jumpin'Jack Flash, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986. Peter van Dijk, In de schaduw van de overwinning (also known as Shadow of Victory), Sigma Filmproduction II, 1986. Losado, No Mercy, TriStar, 1987. General Georgi Koskov, The Living Daylights, MetroGoldwyn- Mayer/United Artists, 1988. Anton Maes, Crossing Delancey, Warner Bros., 1988. Theo, Shadowman, Hungry Eye, 1988.

Gus Roth, A World Apart, Atlantic, 1988. Narrator, Jan Cox: A Painter's Odyssey, 1988. David Keller, Melancholia, British Film Institute, 1989. Eugene Ivanov, Scandal, Miramax, 1989. Bizzlebek, Kafka, Miramax, 1991. Herbert Woodruff, The Prince of Tides, Columbia, 1991. Gianni Franco, The Punisher, New World, 1991. Robert "Viv" Vivaldi, Till There Was You, MCA/Universal Home Video, 1991. Sahara Sandwich, Staccato Films, 1992. Adult Jeroen Boman, For a Lost Soldier (also known as Voor een verloren soldaat), Strand Releasing, 1993. Oeroeg (also known as Going Home), [Belgium and the Netherlands], 1993. Dr. Charles Nichols, The Fugitive, Warner Bros., 1993. Mr. Kurlander, King of the Hill, Gramercy Pictures, 1993. Anton Felix Schindler, Immortal Beloved, Columbia, 1994. Hendel, Farinelli (also known as Farinelli the Castrato and // castrato), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1994. The Blood of a Poet, 1995. Colonel Aguirre, Lorca (also known as Death in Granada and The Disappearance of Garcia Lorca), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997. Mr. Kalman, Left Luggage, Greystone Films, 1998. Pietro Venier, Dangerous Beauty (also known as Courtesan, The Honest Courtesan, and Venice), Warner Bros., 1998. Auguste, Ever After (also known as Cinderella and Ever After: A Cinderella Story), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Film Work: Director and associate producer, Left Luggage, Greystone Films, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Andre Hageman, De fabriek, 1981. Host of a talk show on European television. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Title role, Willem van Oranje (also known as William of Orange), AVRO/BRT, 1985. Jeremy Van Dorn, Dynast/: The Reunion (also known as Dynasty: The Miniseries), ABC, 1991. King Alcinous, The Odyssey (also known as Homer's Odyssey), NBC, 1997.

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Stage Work; Major Tours: Directed a tour of The Diary of Anne Frank, Dutch cities. Radio Appearances: Host of a Dutch music program. WRITINGS Nonfiction: (With others) Drie generates Krabbe, Van Holkema & Warendorf (Weesp, the Netherlands), 1985. Author of The Economy Cookbook; also translated plays into Dutch.

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Film Appearances: Barry Gorman, Life with Mikey (also known as G/ve Me a Break), Buena Vista, 1993. Joel Clicker, Addams Family Values, Paramount, 1993. Bernard, The Santa Clause, Buena Vista, 1994. Francis Davenport, The Ice Storm, Fox Searchlight, 1997. Ben, The Slums of Beverly Hills, Fox Searchlight, 1998. Michael Eckman, 10 Things I Hate About You, Buena Vista, 1999. Television Appearances; Series: David Richardson, Monty, Fox, 1994. Billy Kulchak, Chicago Sons, NBC, 1997. Bruno Verma, The Closer, CBS, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Sweeps/' Law & Order, NBC, 1993. Timmy, Pig Sty, UPN, 1995. Russell Marcus, Union Square, NBC, 1997. Stage Appearances: Young Charlie, Conversations with My Father, Royale Theatre, New York City, 1992-93.*

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LaFOSSE, Robert 1959PERSONAL Final "e" of surname Is silent; full name, Robert Wade LaFosse; born December 9, 1959, in Beaumont, TX; son of Harold Wilford and Ida Pearl (Jessen) LaFosse. Education: Studied tap and jazz under Ron Abshire at the Marsha Woody Academy of Dance; studied at Harkness House with David Howard, 1977; studied at School of American Ballet, New York City. Addresses: Office—New York City Ballet, New York State Theatre, Lincoln Center, New York, NY 10023. Career: Ballet dancer and choreographer. American Ballet Theatre, New York City, member of corps de ballet, 1977-81, soloist, 1981-83, principal dancer, 1983-85; New York City Ballet, New York City, principal dancer and choreographer, 1986—; Stars of American Ballet, artistic director, 1987—. Twyla Tharp and Dancers at City Center, guest artist, 1992; Extraordinary Company, Joyce Theatre, guest artist, 1997. Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best performance by a leading actor, 1989, for Jerome Robbins Broadway; Mae L. Wien Award for young choreographers, School of American Ballet, 1991; received a grant from the New York State Council of the Arts to choreograph Trumpet Concerto in E Flat. CREDITS Stage Appearances: The Nutcracker, American Ballet Theatre, Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, 1977. Dancin' (musical), Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1979.

Great Galloping Gottschalk, American Ballet Theatre, Metropolitan Opera House, 1982. Bach Partita, American Ballet Theatre, Metropolitan Opera House, 1984. Albrechtand Hilarion, Giselle, American Ballet Theatre, 1985. Romeo, Romeo and Juliet, American Ballet Theatre, Metropolitan Opera House, 1985. Piccolo Balleto, New York City Ballet, New York, 1986. Quiet City, New York City Ballet, 1986. Poet, La Sonnambula, New York City Ballet, 1987. Sinfonia Mistica, 1987. The Newcomers, New York City Ballet, 1988. Tea-Rose, New York City Ballet, 1988. A Fool for You, New York City Ballet, 1989. Jerome Robbins Broadway, Imperial Theatre, New York City, 1989. Appeared as James in La Sylphide; also appeared as Solar, La Bayadere, as the title role, Billy the Kid, and as a champion roper Rodeo, all American Ballet Theatre; also appeared in other American Ballet Theatre productions, includingC/ndere//a, ClairdeLune, Dim Luster, Don Quixote, Fancy Free, Follow the Feet, Jardin aux lilas, The Leaves Are Fading, Les Rendezvous, N.Y. Export: Op. Jazz, Other Dances, Prodigal Son, Swan Lake, Symphonie Concertante, and The Wild Boy; appeared in the New York City Ballet productions of Afternoon of a Faun, Agon, Brahms/Handel, Concerto for Two Solo Pianos, Coppelia, Dances at a Gathering, Dances Concertant, Donizetti Variations, Fanfare, The Four Seasons, Gershwin Concerto, The Goldberg Variations In G Major, I'm Old Fashioned, Interplay, Ivesiana, La source, The Nutcracker Suite, Other Dances, Prodigal Son, Scotch Symphony, Slaughter on Tenth Avenue, Union Jack, Valsetriste, Vienna Waltzes, Who Cares?, and Western Symphony; also danced Brahms/ Handel, New York City Ballet.

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"Dancing Hands/' Live from Off Center, PBS, 1988. "A Fool for You/' Ray Charles in Concert with the New York City Ballet, PBS, 1989. "Balanchine in America," Great Performances, PBS, 1990. "Not My Girl," Great Performances Twentieth Anniversary Special, PBS, 1992. Dancer, "The Man I Love" segment of "Who Cares?," Balanchine Celebration, 1993. Appeared in the "Triad" segment of American Ballet Theatre Live at Lincoln Center; in "Who Cares?," Dance in America's Balanchine Celebration; also appeared in the "Jardin aux lilas" and "Great Galloping Gottschalk" segments of American Ballet Theatre in San Francisco. Film Appearances: Dr. Stahlbaum, George Balanchine's The Nutcracker (also known as The Nutcracker), Warner Bros., 1993. Also appeared in the short film Central Park. WRITINGS Memoirs: (With Andrew Mark Wentink) Nothing to Hide: A Dancer's Life, Donald I. Fine (New York), 1987. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Dance, September, 1981, p. 58; May, 1985, p. 100.

LAHTI, Christine

1950PERSONAL

Born April 4, 1950, in Birmingham (some sources say Detroit), Ml; daughter of Paul Theodore (a surgeon) and Elizabeth Margaret (a nurse, homemaker, and painter; maiden name, Tabar) Lahti; married Thomas Schlamme (a director), September 4, 1983; children: Wilson, Joe, Emma. Education: University of Michigan, B.A. (speech), 1972; graduate studies at Florida State University, 1972-73; trained for the stage at Herbert Berghof Studios; also studied at the Neighborhood Playhouse with William Esper and Uta Hagen. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211.

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Career: Actress. Ensemble Studio Theatre, member of the company. Performed as a mime at the Travis Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland. Appeared in television commercials, including narration for Delta Air Lines advertisements. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award, 1979, for The Woods; New York Film Critics Circle Award, Academy Award nomination, best supporting actress, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture, all 1984, for Swing Shift; Female Star of Tomorrow Award, 1985, and Female Star of the Year Award, 1989, both Motion Picture Bookers Club; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, best actress, 1988, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a motion picture— drama, 1989, both for Running on Empty; Golden Globe Award, best performance by an actress in a miniseries or motion picture made for television, and Emmy Award nomination, outstanding lead actress in a miniseries or special, both 1990, for No Place Like Home; Academy Award (with Jana Sue Memel), best live action short film, 1996, for Lieberman in Love; Emmy Award, outstanding lead actress in a drama series, and Golden Globe Award, best performance by an actress in a television series—drama, both 1998, Emmy Award nomination, outstanding lead actress in a drama series, and Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, outstanding performance by a female actor in a drama series, both 1996, Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a television series—drama, and Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, outstanding performance by a female actor in a drama series, both 1997, Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, outstanding performance by a female actor in a drama series, and Q Award nomination, Viewers for Quality Television, best actress in a quality drama series, both 1998, all for Chicago Hope. CREDITS Film Appearances: Gail Packer,... And Justice for All, Columbia, 1979. Dr. Clare Scott, Whose Life Is It, Anyway?, United Artists, 1981. Aunt Linda, Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains (also known as All Washed Up) Paramount, 1982. Best Friends, Warner Bros., 1982.

Hazel Zanussi, Swing Shift, Warner Bros., 1984. Sandy Dun lap, Just between Friends, Orion, 1986. (Uncredited) Voice of Rose Chismore as an adult, Desert Bloom, Columbia, 1986. Sylvie Fisher, Housekeeping, Columbia, 1987. Kathleen Morgan, Stacking (also known as Season of Dreams), Spectrafilm, 1987. Annie Pope, Runningon Empty, Warner Bros., 1988. Clara Archer, Miss Firecracker, Corsair, 1989. Dr. Rachel Woodruff, Cross /Anatomy (also known as A Cut Above), Buena Vista, 1989. Meg Lloyd, Funny about Love (also known as New York Times), Paramount, 1990. Anne, The Doctor, Buena Vista, 1991. Darly Peters, Leaving Normal, Universal, 1992. Lindsey, Hideaway, TriStar, 1995. Shaleen, Lieberman in Love (short film), Chanticleer Films, 1995. Ruby, Pie in the Sky, Fine Line Features, 1995. Film Work; Director: Lieberman in Love (short film), Chanticleer Films, 1995. Television Appearances; Series: Maggie Kavanaugh, The Harvey Korman Show, ABC, 1978. Dr. Kathryn "Kate" Austin, Chicago Hope, CBS, 1995-. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Brenda Nicol, The Executioner's Song, NBC, 1982. Alethea, Amerika (also known as Topeka, Kansas . . . U.S.S.R.), ABC, 1987. Television Appearances; Movies: Carol, The Last Tenant, 1978. Tania Reston, Dr. Scorpion, 1978. Dr. Louise Casimir, The Henderson Monster, CBS, 1980. Elsie, Single Bars, Single Women, ABC, 1984. Marilyn Wallace, Love Lives On, ABC, 1985. Zan Cooper, No Place Like Home, CBS, 1989. Charlotte Bain, Crazy from the Heart, TNT, 1991. Homeless (also known as Szamuezoettek), [Hungary], 1991. Meredith Cole, The Fear Inside, Showtime, 1992. The Good Fight, Lifetime, 1992. Dr. Burke/Raptenahad, The Four Diamonds, The Disney Channel, 1995. Ruth Oakley, A Weekend in the Country (also known as Moon Valley, Temecula, and Weekend in the Country), USA Network, 1996. Emma Percy, Hope, TNT, 1997.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Red shoe woman, "The Red Shoes/' Subway Stories: Tales from the Underground, HBO, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: The Wild West, 1993. The Kennedy Center 25th Anniversary Celebration (also known as The Kennedy Center Presents), PBS, 1996. Star Trek: 30 Years and Beyond, UPN, 1996. Host, Body Human 2000: Mysteries and Miracles (also known as Body Human 2000: Medical Mysteries), CBS, 1997. Canned Ham: Deconstructing Harry, Comedy Central, 1997. River Phoenix: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 1997. The Christmas Concert of Hope Starring Natalie Cole, CBS, 1997. Presenter, The National Hate Test (also known as Erase the Hate), USA Network, 1998. Christopher Reeve: A Celebration of Hope, ABC, 1998. National Memorial Day Concert (1998), PBS, 1998. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 47th Annual Golden Globe Awards, TBS, 1990. Presenter, The 48th Annual Golden Globe Awards, TBS, 1991. Presenter, The 50th Annual Golden Globe Awards, 1993. Presenter, The 14th Annual CableACEAwards, 1993. Presenter, Screen Actors Guild Awards, 1995. Presenter, The 7996 Emmy Awards, 1996. Presenter, The 49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, 1997. Presenter, The 23rd Annual People's Choice Awards, 1997. Presenter, The 52nd Annual Tony Awards, 1998. Screen Actors Guild 4th Annual Awards, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Herself, At Rona's, NBC, 1989. Guest caller Laura, Frasier, NBC, 1993. Herself, Ellen, ABC, 1997.

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Loose Ends, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1981. 2 by A.M., Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1982. Present Laughter, Circle in the Square Theatre, 1983. Betty, Landscape of the Body, Second Stage Theatre, 1984. Georgie Elgin, The Country Girl, Chelsea Playhouse, New York City, 1984. Maggie, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Long Wharf Theatre, 1985. Patsy Newquist, Little Murders, Second Stage Theatre, 1987. Alma, Summer and Smoke, Center Theatre Group, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1987. Heidi Holland, The Heidi Chronicles, Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1989-90. Barbara, Three Hotels, 1994-95. Also appeared in The Zinger and Scenes and Revelations. Major Tours: Love Letters, U.S. cities, 1990. RECORDINGS Taped Readings: Narrator, Emily, 1994. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: 8ook//st,June1, 1994, p. 1861. Entertainment Weekly, May 10, 1996, pp. 28-33. Good Housekeeping, December, 1997, pp. 33-34. New York Times, April 6, 1986. People Weekly, April 22, 1996, p. 148.*

LANCE, John See CRICHTON, Michael

Television Work; Director; Episodic: Chicago Hope, CBS, 1997. Stage Appearances: Ruth, The Woods, Public Theatre, New York City, 1978, later Second Stage Theatre, New York City, 1982. Division Street, Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 1980.

LEACHMAN, Cloris 1930PERSONAL Born June 30, 1930, in Des Moines, IA; married George England, 1953 (divorced, 1979); children: five. Education: Attended Northwestern University.

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Addresses: Office—NBC Television, 3000 W. Alameda Avenue, Burbank, CA 91523. Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Miss Chicago, 1946; National Board of Review Award, best supporting actress, 1971, and Academy Award, best supporting actress, 1972, for The Last Picture Show; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding performance by an actress in a supporting role in comedy, 1972, for The Mary Tyler Moore Show; Emmy Award, outstanding performance by an actress, 1972-73, for A Brand New Life; Emmy Award, best supporting actress in a comedy series, 1973-74, for "The Lars Affair/' The Mary Tyler Moore Show; Golden Globe Award nomination, best motion picture actress—musical/comedy, 1974, for Charley and the Angel; Emmy Award nomination, best lead actress in a drama, 1974, for The Migrants; Emmy Award, outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series, 1974-75, for The Mary Tyler Moore Show; Golden Globe Award nomination, best motion picture actress—musical/comedy, 1975, for Young Frankenstein; Emmy Award, outstanding performance by a supporting actress in a variety or musical, 1975, for Cher; Golden Globe Award, best television actress in a musical/comedy, and Emmy Award nomination, outstanding lead actress in a comedy series, both 1976, for Phyllis; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding continuing or single performance by a supporting actress in a variety or musical, 1976, for Telly.. .Who Loves Ya Baby?; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding performance by a supporting actress in a drama or comedy special, 1978, for It Happened One Christmas; Emmy Award, outstanding performer in children's programming, 1983, for The Woman Who Willed a Miracle; Emmy Award, outstanding individual performance in a variety or musical special, 1984, for Screen Actors' Guild 50th Anniversary Celebration; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actress in a limited series or special, 1984, for Ernie Kovacs: Between the Laughter; Emmy Award, outstanding guest actress in a drama series, 1998, for Promised Land. CREDITS Film Appearances: Christina, Kiss Me Deadly, United Artists, 1955. Caroline, The Rack, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1956. Miss Selby, The Chapman Report, Warner Bros., 1962. Agnes, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969.

Tina Hoffman, The People Next Door, 1970. Philomene, W.U.S.A., Paramount, 1970. Ruth Popper, The Last Picture Show, Columbia, 1971. The Steagle, Avco-Embassy, 1971. Happy Mother's Day, Love George (also known as Run, Stranger, Run), 1973. The Lady in Red, Dillinger, American International Pictures, 1973. Nettie Appleby, Charley and the Angel, Walt Disney Productions, 1973. Mrs. Ezra Miller, Daisy Miller, Paramount, 1974. Frau Bluecher, Young Frankenstein (also known as Frankenstein ]r.), Twentieth-Century Fox, 1974. Melba, Crazy Mama, New World, 1975. Euterpe, The Mouse and His Child, Murakami-Wolf Productions, 1977. Lord's Secretary, The Muppet Movie, Associated Film Distributors, 1979. Nurse Diesel, High Anxiety, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. Claire, The North Avenue Irregulars (also known as Hill's Angels), Buena Vista, 1979. Mildred Carruthers, Scavenger Hunt, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. Mrs. Kramer, Yesterday (also known as Gabrielle, Scoring, This Time Forever, and The Victory), Cinepix, 1980. Samantha, Foolin' Around, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980. Aunt Louise, Herbie Goes Bananas, Buena Vista, 1980. Madame Lafarge, History of the World, Part I, 1981. Millie Crown, Shadow Play, 1986. Hydia, My Little Pony: The Movie, 1986. Margaret, Walk Like a Man, 1987. Mrs. McFarland, Prancer, 1989. Ruth Weaver, Love Hurts, Vestron Pictures, 1991. Ruth Popper, Texasville, Cine-Source, 1991. Voice of Queen Gnorga, A Troll in Central Park (animated), Warner Espanola, 1993. Maggie the Zombie Expert, My Boyfriend's Back (also known as Johnny Zombie), Buena Vista, 1993. Granny, The Beverly Hillbillies, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1993. Grandma Albertson, Now and Then (also known as The Gaslight Addition), Lider Films, 1995. Voice of Martha, Beavis and Butt-head Do America (animated), Paramount, 1996. Olive, Never Too Late, Allegro Distribution, 1997. Voice of Aunt Agnes, Annabelle's Wish (animated video), 1997. Voice of Helga, Gen 73 (animated), Hollywood Pictures, 1998. The Iron Giant (animated), Warner Bros., 1999. 50 Violins, Miramax, 1999.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Television Appearances; Movies: Ginny, Silent Night, Lonely Night, 1969. Joanne Hackett, Suddenly Single, 1971. Ellen Blunt, Haunts of the Very Rich, 1972. Victoria, Brand New Life, 1972. Hilary Keaton, Crime Club, 1973. Jean Mitchell, Dying Room Only, 1973. Viola Barlow, The Migrants, 1974. Lois Ellison, Thursday's Game, 1974. Hitchhike!, 1974. Death Sentence (also known as Murder One), 1974. Laura, Someone / Touched, 1975. Death Scream (also known as Streetkill and The Woman Who Cried Murder), 1975. Clara, It Happened One Christmas, ABC, 1975. A Girl Named Sooner, 1975. Long Journey Back, 1978. Molly Brown, S.O.S. Titanic, 1979. Mrs. R/s Daughter, 1979. Darlajean, Willa, 1979. The Oldest Living Graduate, 1980. Maggie Dale, Advice to the Lovelorn, 1981. Nurse Betty Nelson, The Acorn People, 1981. Agatha Blaine, Miss All-American Beauty, 1982. Sister Eugenio, Dixie: Changing Habits, 1983. The Demon Murder Case (also known as The Rhode Island Murders), 1983. Mary Kovacs, Ernie Kovacs: Between the Laughter, 1984. Mrs. Anglin, Love is Never Silent, 1985. Charlotte Raynor, Deadly Intentions, ABC, 1985. The Witch, Hansel and Crete/, 1987. Beverly Ann Stickle, The Facts of Life Down Under, NBC, 1987. Mrs. Haldane, Going to the Chapel (Wedding Day and Wedding Day Blues), NBC, 1988. Ruth Fine, Danielle Steel's Fine Things (also known as Fine Things), NBC, 1990. Ruth Westerman, In Broad Daylight, NBC, 1991. Edwina McKevitt, A Little Piece of Heaven, NBC, 1991. Ruth Weinstaub, Fade to Black, USA Network, 1993. Mrs. Beale, Spies, The Disney Channel, 1993. Mrs. Samuels, Without a Kiss Goodbye (also known as Falsely Accused), CBS, 1993. Doc Betty, Miracle Child, NBC, 1993. Aunt Agatha/Aunt Sofia, Double, Double, Toil and Trouble, ABC, 1993. Anna Collura, Between Love & Honor, CBS, 1995. Television Appearances; Specials: Kraft Television Theatre, NBC, 1949. Screen Director's Playhouse, NBC and ABC, 1956. Ladies of the Corridor, 1975.

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Born August 8, 1939, in Brooklyn, New York, NY; son of Elizabeth Frances McKechnie; married Ellen Tovatt; children: Deborah, Rebecca, Daniel. Education: Attended City College (now the City College of the City University of New York). Addresses: Contact—Actors' Equity Association, 6430 West Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028. Career: Actor. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Players Club, Friars Club. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Shoot Anything That Moves, off-Broadway production, 1969. Manager and master of ceremonies, Piaf, Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1981. Sergeant Karn, Sus, Hudson Guild Theatre, New York City, 1983. Standby for the role of Bob, Home Front, Royale Theatre, New York City, 1985. Anton Gorbunov, Before the Dawn, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1985. Appeared in the title role, Macbeth, Mercer-O'Casey Theatre; as Charley Now, Da, as Edgar, The Lady from Dubuque, and as a standby for the role of Dysart, Equus, all Broadway productions; appeared in Emigres and Plough and the Stars, both Lincoln Center, New York City; in The National Health, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City; in Bloodknot, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City; and in Butley. Appeared as Lawrence Vail, Once in a Lifetime, and

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Hovstad, An Enemy of the People, both Arena Stage, Washington, DC; as Bentham, Juno and the Paycock, Father Declan, A Pagan Place, Chaplain, National Health, and Defense, Arturo Ui, all Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT; as Hildy Johnson, The Front Page, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Louisville, KY; as Donald, The Philanthropist, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL; as Aubrey Piper, Show Off, and as Claudius, Hamlet, both Philadelphia Drama Guild, Philadelphia, PA; as Constable, Henry V, and Gary, Rooted, both Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT; as Le Bret, Cyrano de Bergerac, Tesman, Hedda Gabler, and in The Birthday Party, and St. Joan, all Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA; in Julius Caesar and /Antony and Cleopatra, both American Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, CT; and as Reg, Butley, Coconut Grove Playhouse, Miami, FL. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Kennedy, NBC, 1983. Ross Canfield, Internal Affairs, CBS, 1988. Television Appearances; Movies: Chris Kennert, Kojak: The Belarus File (also known as The Belarus File), CBS, 1985. McClellan, Lincoln (also known as Gore Vidal's Lincoln), NBC, 1988. District Attorney Yates, Against Her Will: An Incident in Baltimore (also known as Cobb's Law: Incident in Baltimore), CBS, 1992. Television Appearances; Episodic: Lawseth, The Equalizer, CBS, 1985. Jackie Coyle, "Mary Hamilton/' Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1986. Attorney for Congressman Wilson, "The Blue Wall/' Law and Order, NBC, 1990. Curtis S. Milgram, "Forgiveness," Law and Order, NBC, 1992. Warren Bartlett, "Privileged," Law and Order, NBC, 1994. Kurt Holstrom, "Magic," Remember WENN, American Movie Classics, 1997.

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Film Appearances: Voice, Taps, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981. Voice of Marine spokesperson, Safe Passage, New Line Cinema, 1995.*

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Born January 26, 1952, in New York, NY; daughter of Paul (a director, producer, actor, editor, and writer) and Etyl Leder; sister of Reuben Leder (a producer, director, and writer); married Gary Werntz (an actor, producer, and writer), February 6, 1986; children: Hannah Werntz (an actress). Education: Studied cinematography at the American Film Institute. Addresses: /Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Director, producer, and script supervisor. Member: Directors Guild of America. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nominations, outstanding drama series, 1989 and 1990, and outstanding directing in a drama series, 1990 and 1991, all for China Beach; Emmy Award, outstanding individual achievement in directing for a drama series, 1995, for the episode "Love's Labor Lost/' Emmy Award (with John Wells, Michael Crichton, Carol Flint, Lydia Woodward, Christopher Chulack, Paul Manning, and Wendy Spence), outstanding drama series, 1996, Emmy Award nominations, outstanding drama series (with Michael Crichton, John Wells, Robert Nathan, Lydia Woodward, Paul Manning, and Christopher Chulack), 1995, and outstanding individual achievement in directing for a drama series for the episode "The Healers," 1996, all for ER. CREDITS

Appeared in episodes of As the World Turns, Guiding Light, and You Are There, all CBS; One Life to Live and Ryan's Hope, both ABC; Search for Tomorrow, CBS and NBC; Theatre Beat, KCET; and Best of Families, National Educational Television (now PBS). Television Appearances; Specials: Manager and master of ceremonies, Piaf, 1982. Narrator, My Sergei (documentary), CBS, 1998.

Television Work; Director, Unless Otherwise Noted; Series: LA. Law, NBC, 1986. Midnight Caller, NBC, 1988. A Year in the Life, NBC, 1988. Buck]ames, ABC, 1988. Justin Time, ABC, 1988. Crime Story, NBC, 1988.

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LEGUIZAMOJohn 1965(Johnny Leggs) PERSONAL

Television Work; Executive Producer; Series: (With others) ER (also known as Emergency Room), NBC, 1994-95. Television Work; Director; Movies: A Little Piece of Heaven (also known as Honor Bright), NBC, 1991. Woman with a Past, NBC, 1992. Rio Shannon, ABC, 1992. Marked for Murder (also known as The Sandman), NBC, 1992. House of Secrets (also known as Conspiracy of Terror), NBC, 1993. There Was a Little Boy, CBS, 1993. Baby Brokers (also known as Stolen Hearts), NBC, 1994. The Innocent (also known as Silent Witness), NBC, 1994. Television Work; Script Supervisor; Movies: Dummy, CBS, 1979. A Long Way Home, ABC, 1981. A Time to Live, NBC, 1985. Television Work; Script Supervisor; Specials: "The Boy Who Drank Too Much/' Schoolbreak Special, CBS, 1980. Television Work; Director; Pilots: Nightingales, NBC, 1989. Sisters, NBC, 1990. Film Work; Director, Unless Otherwise Noted: The Peacemaker, DreamWorks SKG, 1997. Deep Impact (also known as Impact), Paramount, 1998. Still Life (also known as Family Life)f Universal, 1999. Sentimental ]ourney, 1999. Associate producer of The Education of Allison Tate; producer and director of the short Short Order Dreams. *

LEGGS, Johnny See LEG UIZAMO, John

Born July 22,1965, in Bogota, Colombia; immigrated to the United States, c. 1970; married Yelba Osorio (an actress), August, 1994. Education: Studied drama at New York University and at the Actors Studio. Addresses: Contact—c/o Penguin Putnam, 375 Hudson St., New York, NY 10014. Career: Actor, comedian, and writer. Appeared as a stand-up comedian and a performer in shows for children. Lower East Side Films, founder (with David Bar Katz). Awards, Honors: Obie Award and Outer Critics Circle Award, both 1991, for Mambo Mouth; named one of the twelve "promising new actors of 1991," John Willis' Screen World; CableACE Award nomination, best performance in a comedy special, 1992, for "Mambo Mouth," HBO Comedy Theatre; Theatre World Award and Drama Desk Award, both 1993, for Spic-O-Rama; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a motion picture, 1996, for To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! ]ulie Newmar; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite supporting actor—horror, 1998, for Spawn; Antoinette Perry Award nominations, best play and best actor, both 1998, for Freak; CableACE Award, for The Talent Pool Comedy Special; and CableACE Awards, for "Spic-O-Rama," HBO Comedy Theatre. CREDITS Film Appearances: Andres Rodriguez, Mixed Blood, Cinevista, 1985. Ortiz, Gentile alouette, 1985. Diaz, Casualties of War, Columbia, 1989. Burke (a terrorist), Die Hard 2 (also known as Die Hard 2: Die Harder), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. Ignacio, Revenge, Columbia, 1990. That Burning Question (short film), 1990. Boy in alley, Out for Justice, Warmer Bros., 1991. Johnny, Hangin' with the Homeboys, New Line Cinema, 1991. Gunman, Regarding Henry, Paramount, 1991. Angel, Street Hunter, Columbia Pictures Home Video, 1991.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Ruby, Time Expired, Zeitgeist Films, 1992. Fast Johnny C, Whispers in the Dark (also known as Sessions and Show and Tell), Paramount, 1992. (As Johnny Leggs) Paco, The Puerto Rico Mambo (Not a Musical), Cabriolet Films, 1992. Benny Blanco, Carlito's Way, Universal, 1993. Luigi Mario, Super Mario Brothers (also known as Super Mario Bros, and Super Mario Brothers: The Movie), Buena Vista, 1993. Angel, Night Owl, Tempe Video, 1993. Sergio, A Pyromaniac's Love Story (also known as Burning Love), Buena Vista, 1995. Chi Chi Rodriguez, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar, Universal, 1995. Lefty Louie, A Brother's Kiss, First Look Pictures, 1996. Rat, Executive Decision (also known as Critical Decision), Warner Bros., 1996. Manny, The Fan, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1996. Tybalt, Romeo + /u//et (also known as Romeo and Juliet and William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Pestario "Pest" Vargas and performer of song "The Pest (Voodoo Mambo)/' The Pest, TriStar, 1997. Clown/the violator, Spawn, New Line Cinema, 1997. Voice of rat number two, Doctor Doolittle (also known as Dr. Doolittle), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998. Zip, Frogs for Snakes, The Shooting Gallery/TSG Pictures, 1998. David Berkowitz, Summer of Sam (also known as The Summer of Sam), 1999. Pleasant View Avenue, 1999. King of the Jungle, Rosefunk Pictures, 1999.

Chino, Body Count (also known as The 5p//t), The Movie Channel, 1998.

Also appeared in student films, including Five out of Six.

WRITINGS

Film Work: Producer (with others), The Pest, TriStar, 1997. Executive producer, Pleasant View Avenue, 1999. Executive producer, King of the Jungle, Rosefunk Pictures, 1999.

Television Appearances; Specials: The Talent Pool Comedy Special, syndicated, 1990. "Mambo Mouth" (solo show), HBO Comedy Theatre, HBO, 1991. "Spic-O-Rama" (solo show), HBO Comedy Theatre, HBO, 1993. Presenter, The 8th Annual American Comedy Awards, 1994. "Freak" (solo show), HBO Comedy Theatre, HBO, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Ivan Calderon, Miami Vice (three episodes), NBC, 1984. Stage Appearances: Alley boy, "South of Tomorrow," La Puta Vida Trilogy, Public Theatre/LuEsther Hall, New York City, 1987. Marc, Parting Gestures, INTAR Theatre, New York City, 1989. Pito, She First Met Her Parents on the Subway, Pearl Theatre, New York City, 1990. Mambo Mouth (solo show), SubPlot Theatre, then American Place Theatre, later Orpheum Theatre, all New York City, 1990-91. Spic-O-Rama (solo show), Westside Theatre, New York City, 1992. Freak (solo show), Cort Theatre, New York City, 1998. Also appeared in A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Story Ideas for Films with David Bar Katz: And the song "Spank It/ The Pest, TriStar, 1997. Teleplays; Series: Creator and producer, House of Buggin', Fox, 1995.

Teleplays; Specials:

Television Work; Series: Creator and producer, House of Buggin', Fox, 1995.

"Mambo Mouth" (solo show), HBO Comedy Theatre, HBO, 1991. "Spic-O-Rama" (solo show), HBO Comedy Theatre, HBO, 1993. "Freak" (solo show), HBO Comedy Theatre, HBO, 1998.

Television Appearances; Movies: N.Y.P.D. Mounted (also known as N.Y. Mounted), CBS, 1991.

Writings for the Stage: Mambo Mouth (solo show), SubPlot Theatre, then American Place Theatre, later Orpheum Theatre,

Television Appearances; Series: Various characters, House of Buggin', Fox, 1995.

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all 1990-91, published by Bantam (New York City), 1993. Sp/c-O-Rama (solo show), Westside Theatre, 1992. Freak (solo show), Cort Theatre, 1998, written with David Bar Katz and published as Freak: The SemiDemi-Quasi-Pseudo Autobiography, Putnam (New York City), 1997.

Award nomination, best screenplay, all 1967, for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woo//?; Academy Award nomination, best picture, 1970, for He//o, Dolly!; Edgar Al len Poe Award, Mystery Writers of America, best motion picture screenplay, 1976, for The Family Plot. CREDITS

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Back Stage, February 20, 1998. p. 19. Cosmopolitan, July, 1996, p. 88. Entertainment Weekly, January 13, 1995, pp. 26-27; Dec. 27, 1996, p. 66; June 26, 1998, p. 67. Library ]ournal, October 15, 1997, p. 63. People Weekly, November 11, 1991, p. 148.*

Film Work: Producer, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Warner Bros., 1966. Producer, He//o, Dolly!, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969. Producer and director, Portnoy's Complaint, Warner Bros., 1972. WRITINGS

LEHMAN, Ernest

1915(?)PERSONAL

Full name, Ernest Paul Lehman; born in 1915 (some sources say 1920 and 1923), in New York, NY; married; wife's name, Jacqueline; children: Roger, Alan. Education: City College of New York, B.S. (English). Addresses: Contact—Writers Guild of America, 7000 West Third St., Los Angeles, CA 90048-4329. Career: Screenwriter, producer, and director. Wall Street Magazine, copy editor; Broadway press agent; freelance fiction writer and journalist for national magazines; American Film magazine, monthly columnist; also wrote novels and novellas. Member: Writers Guild of America (president, 198385; board of directors, member). Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award, film—best screenplay, and Academy Award nomination, best writing—screenplay, 1955, both for Sabrina (with Billy Wilder and Samuel A. Taylor); Edgar Allen Poe Award, Mystery Writers of America, best motion picture screenplay, 1959, and Academy Award nomination, best writing, and screenplay—written directly for the screen, 1960, both for North by Northwest; Academy Award nomination, best writing, screenplay based on material from another medium, 1962, for West Side Story; Academy Award nominations, best picture and best writing, screenplay based on material from another medium, and Golden Globe

Screenplays: The Inside Story (based on Lehman's story), 1948. Executive Suite, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1954. (With Billy Wilder and Samuel A. Taylor) Sabrina, Paramount, 1954. Somebody Up There Likes Me, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1956. The King and I (based on the musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1956. Sweet Smell of Success (based on Lehman's short story "Tell Me About It Tomorrow"), United Artists, 1957. North by Northwest (also known as The Man in Lincoln's Nose, Breathless, and In a Northwesterly Direction), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1958. From the Terrace (based on the novel by John O'Hara), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1960. West Side Story, United Artists, 1961. The Prize (based on the novel by Irving Wallace), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1963. The Sound of Music (also known as The Rebel Novice Nun; based on the musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1965. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Warner Bros., 1966. Hello, Dolly! (based on the play "The Matchmaker" by Thornton Wilder), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969. Portnoy's Complaint (based on the novel by Philip Roth), Warner Bros., 1972. Family Plot, Universal, 1975. Black Sunday, Paramount, 1977. Television Writer; Specials: The 59th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1987.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 The 60th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1988. The 62nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, 1990. Fiction: The Comedian and Other Stories, New American Library (New York), 1957. The Sweet Smell of Success and Other Stories, New American Library, 1957. North by Northwest, Viking Press (New York), 1972. The French Atlantic Affair, Atheneum, 1977. Farewell Performance, McGraw-Hill (New York), 1983. Nonfiction: Screening Sickness and Other Tales of Tinsel Town (collected articles), 1982. Other: Contributor to periodicals, including American Film, Collier's, and Classic Images. Adaptations: The Comedian was broadcast on Playhouse 90, CBS, 1957; Sabrina was adapted into a new version by Paramount, 1995. SIDELIGHTS The Ernest Lehman Collection is housed at the Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin. OTHER SOURCES Books: Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 44: American Screenwriters, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1986. International Dictionary of Film and Filmmakers, Volume 4: Writers and Production Artists, St. James Press (Detroit, Ml), 1997. Periodicals: New York Times, October 30, 1983. Times (London), December 30, 1969.*

LERNER, Michael

1943(?)PERSONAL

Born in 1943 (some sources say 1941), in Brooklyn, NY. Education: Graduated from Brooklyn College;

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University of California, Berkeley, M.A. (English); studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1999 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 2850, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actor. American Conservatory Theatre Company, San Francisco, CA, member of the company, 1967-68; San Francisco State College, San Francisco, CA, professor of dramatic literature, 1968-69; Long Wharf Theatre Company, New Haven, CT, member of the company, 1973-74. Also worked in delicatessens in New York City. Awards, Honors: Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, best supporting actor, 1991, and Academy Award nomination, best supporting actor, 1992, both for Barton Fink; Fulbright scholarship. CREDITS Film Appearances: Leo, Alex in Wonderland, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1970. The Ski Bum (also known as Point Zero), Avco-Embassy, 1971. Paul Corliss, The Candidate, Warner Bros., 1972. Marvin, Busting, United Artists, 1974. Richards, Hangup (also known as Superdude), Warner Bros., 1974. Frank Acker, Newman's Law, Universal, 1974. Myron Green, St. Ives, Warner Bros., 1976. Barbet, The Other Side of Midnight, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977. Hatch, Outlaw Blues, Warner Bros., 1977. Sternberg, Coldengirl, Avco-Embassy, 1979. Dr. Froll, Coast to Coast, Paramount, 1980. Henry Lydell, Borderline, ITC, 1980. Paulie, The Baltimore Bullet, Avco-Embassy, 1980. Katz, The Postman Always Rings Twice, Paramount, 1981. Dr. Robert Young, National Lampoon's Class Reunion (also known as Class Reunion), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Willie Collms, Strange Invaders, Orion, 1983. Henry De Vici, Threshold, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Arnie, Movers and Shakers, United Artists, 1985. John, Angustia, Lauren, 1987, released in the U.S. as Anguish, Spectrafilm, 1988. Arnold Rothstein, Eight Men Out, Orion, 1988. Burt Wilder, Vibes, Columbia, 1988. Bugsy Calhoune, Harlem Nights, Paramount, 1989.

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Harvey, Any Man's Death, Paramount, 1990. Edward Doyle, Maniac Cop 2, Cordell Productions, 1991. (Uncredited) Chester's doctor, The Closer, ION Pictures, 1991. Jack Lipnick, Barton Fink, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Weasel, Newsies (also known as Newsboys), Buena Vista, 1992. Phil Gillman, Amos and Andrew, New Line Cinema, 1993. Warden, No Escape (also known as Escape from Absolom)f Columbia, 1994. Lieutenant Cross, Radioland Murders, Universal, 1994. Goodloe Bender, The Road to Wellville, Columbia, 1994. Biderman, Blank Check (also known as Blank Cheque), Buena Vista, 1994. Pal, Cirl in the Cadillac, Columbia/TriStar Home Video, 1995. Perry, A Pyromaniac's Love Story (also known as Burning Love), Buena Vista, 1995. Strozzi gang member, Last Man Standing (also known as Cundown and We/come to Jericho), New Line Cinema, 1996. Phil Kleinman, For Richer or Poorer, Universal, 1997. Jerry Miller, The Beautician and the Beast, Paramount, 1997. Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen's, Northern Arts Entertainment, 1998. Marcus, Ta/os the Mummy (also known as Russell Mulcahy's Ta/os the Mummy), Buena Vista/Dimension Films, 1998. Mayor Ebert, Godzilla, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1998. Celebrity, Miramax, 1998. Big fat Bernie Gayle, Safe Men, October Films, 1998. The Mod Squad, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1999. Television Appearances; Series: Love Story, NBC, 1973-74. Fat Rollo, Starskyand Hutch, ABC, 1975-79. Lieutenant Harry Moss, Hart to Hart, ABC, 1979-84. Max Como, Hollywood Beat, ABC, 1985. Judge Myron Winkelman, Courthouse, CBS, 1995. Mel Horowitz, Clueless, UPN, 1996-97. Television Appearances; Movies: Three's a Crowd, ABC, 1969. Daughter of the Mind, ABC, 1969. Lemberg, Marriage: Year One, NBC, 1971. Jack Cutter, Thief (also known as A Day in the Life of a Burglar), ABC, 1971.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Fats Detroit, What's a Nice Cirl Like You . . . ?, ABC, 1971. Michael Classman, Magic Carpet, ABC, 1972. Jerry Steele, Reflections of Murder, ABC, 1974. Pierre Salinger, The Missiles of October, ABC, 1974. Dr. Marvin Kittredge, Sarah T.—Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic, NBC, 1975. Mike, The Dream Makers (also known as The Death of Sammy), NBC, 1975. Philip Conover, A Cry for Help (also known as End of the Line), ABC, 1975. Santini, Scott Free, NBC, 1976. Manny, Dark Victory, NBC, 1976. Marvin Margulies, F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood (also known as The Screen Test), ABC, 1976. Dr. Berglund, Killer on Board, NBC, 1977. Dr. Can Ian, A Love Affair: The Eleanor and Lou Cehrig Story, NBC, 1978. Jack Ruby, Ruby and Oswald (also known as Four Days in Dallas), CBS, 1978. Jack Warner, Moviola: This Year's Blond (also known as The Secret Love of Marilyn Monroe and Moviola), NBC, 1980. Marv, Gridlock (also known as The Great American Traffic Jam), NBC, 1980. Eddie Cheyfitz, Blood Feud, syndicated, 1983. Harry Colm Rita Hayworth: The Love Goddess, CBS, 1983. Sidney Ferraro, The Execution, NBC, 1985. Abe Rosenberg, This Child Is Mine, NBC, 1985. Mario Pinelli, That Secret Sunday (also known as Betrayal of Trust), CBS, 1986. Captain Cirillo, Hands of a Stranger (also known as Double Standard), NBC, 1987. Nat Goldberg, The King of Love, ABC, 1987. Elliot Shane, Framed (also known as Real Fakes and Precious), HBO, 1990. Earl Knight, Omen IV: The Awakening, Fox, 1991. Team owner, The Comrades of Summer, HBO, 1992. Hank, Perry Mason: The Case of the Heartbroken Bride (also known as The Case of the Heartbroken Bride), NBC, 1992. Frank Seriano, No Way Back, HBO, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: Oscar Hammerstein I, Melba, PBS, 1989. Starathon 92: A Weekend with the Stars (also known as Starathon 92), syndicated, 1992. Himself, "Faith/ On Values: Talking with Peggy Noonan, PBS, 1995. Television Appearances; Episodic: Johnny, "Every Boy Does It Once/' The Brady Bunch, ABC, 1969.

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OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: New York Times, August 18, 1991, p. H15. Variety, February 23, 1998, p. 87.*

LEVINSON, Barry

1942PERSONAL

Born April 6, 1942, in Baltimore, MD; son of Irv (in the appliance business) and Vi (Krichinsky) Levinson; married Valerie Curtin (an actress and writer), December, 1977 (divorced, 1982); married Diana Mona (an artist); children: Jack, Sam, Patrick, Michele (an actress). Education: Attended the Community College of Baltimore and American University. Politics: Democrat. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Director, producer, and writer. Baltimore Pictures, Los Angeles, CA, founder (with Mark Johnson), 1989, partner (with Mark Johnson), 1989—, and president, 1989—; Levinson-Fontana Company, founder (with Tom Fontana). Also worked as a director at a television station and a stand-up comedian. Member: Directors Guild, Writers Guild of America, Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Emmy Awards (with others), outstanding writing in a variety or music program, 1974 and 1975, and Emmy Award nomination (with Ed Simmons, Gary Belkin, Roger Beatty, Bill Richmond, Gene Perret, Anne Kogen, Rayjessel, Rudy De Luca, Dick Clair, and Jenna McMahon), outstanding writing achievement in a comedy, variety, or music series, 1976, all for The Carol Burnett Show; Academy Award nominations, best screenplay written directly for the screen, 1979, f o r . . . And Justice for All, and 1982, for Diner; Academy Awards, best picture and best director, Directors Guild of America Award, outstanding directorial achievement for feature films, Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, best director, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best director, all 1988, for Rain Man; Writers Guild of America Award, best screenplay written directly for the screen, Academy Award nomination, best screenplay written directly for the screen, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best screenplay—motion picture,

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all 1991, for Avalon; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, Golden Globe Award, and Academy Award nomination, all best picture (with Mark Johnson and Warren Beatty), Academy Award nomination, best director, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best director, all 1991, for Bugsy; Emmy Award, outstanding individual achievement in directing in a drama series, 1993, for episode "Gone for Goods/' and George Foster Peabody Broadcasting Award, 1993, for Homicide: Life on the Street; Silver Berlin Bear Award, special jury prize, and Golden Berlin Bear nomination, both from the Berlin International Film Festival, both 1998, for Wag the Dog. CREDITS Film Work: Producer, Erste Liebe (also known as First Love), UMC, 1970. Producer, The Only Way (also known as O/ctobercfage), Laterna-UMC, 1970. Producer, The Amazing Mr. Blunden, Hemisphere, 1972. Producer, The Internecine Project, Hemisphere/Lion International, 1974. Producer, Who? (also known as Robo Man), Hemisphere/Lion International, 1974. Director, Diner, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1982. Director, The Natural, TriStar, 1984. Director, Young Sherlock Holmes (also known as Pyramid of Fear), Paramount, 1985. Director, Tin Men, Buena Vista, 1987. Director, Good Morning, Vietnam, Buena Vista, 1988. Director, Rain Man, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1988. Producer (with Mark Johnson) and director, Avalon, TriStar, 1990. Producer (with Mark Johnson and Warren Beatty) and director, Bugsy, TriStar, 1991. Executive producer, Kafka, Miramax, 1991. Director and producer, Toys, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992. Producer (with others) and director, jimmy Hollywood, Paramount, 1994. Producer (with others) and director, Disclosure, Warner Bros., 1994. Producer (with others) and director, Sleepers, Warner Bros., 1996. Producer, Donnie Brasco, TriStar, 1997. Director and producer, Wag the Dog, New Line Cinema, 1997. Director and producer, Sphere, Warner Bros., 1998.

Producer, Home Fries, Warner Bros., 1998. Executive producer, The Perfect Storm, Warner Bros.,

1999. Producer, Analyze This, Warner Bros., 1999. Director, Liberty Heights, 1999. Executive producer, The Incredible Mr. Limpet, Warner Bros., forthcoming. Film Appearances: Executive, Silent Movie, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1976. Bellboy, High Anxiety, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1978. Column salesperson, History of the World, Part I, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981. (Uncredited) Rain Man, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1988. Director in life story, Jimmy Hollywood, Paramount, 1994. Dave Garroway, Quiz Show, Buena Vista, 1994. Television Work; Series: Executive producer, Harry, ABC, 1987. Editor, Homicide: Life on the Street (also known as Homicide and H: LOTS), NBC, 1993-96. Executive producer (with Tom Fontana), Homicide: Life on the Street (also known as Homicide and H: LOTS), NBC, 1993—. Creator and executive producer, Oz, HBO, 1997—. Television Appearances; Series: Hosted Stand Up Spotlight, VH1. Television Work; Movies: Producer, Suspicion, 1987. Executive producer, Rio Diablo, 1993. Executive producer (with Chip Diggins), The Second Civil War, HBO, 1997. Television Work; Specials: Producer, Catholics: A Fable for the Future (also known as Catholics and Conflict), Harlech Television, 1974. Executive producer of Stopwatch: 30 Minutes of Investigative Ticking. Television Appearances; Specials: Himself, Diamonds on the Silver Screen, American Movie Classics, 1992. Inside the Academy Awards, TNT, 1995. Robbie Robertson: Going Home (also known as Going Home), The Disney Channel, 1995.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Television Work; Episodic: Directed the episodes "Gone for Goode" and "The Gas Man/' both Homicide: Life on the Street (also known as Homicide and H: LOTS), NBC. Television Appearances; Episodic: The Lohman and Barkley Show, N BC, 1969. The Tim Conway Comedy Hour, CBS, 1970. The Carol Burnett Show, CBS, 1974. The Carol Burnett Show, CBS, 1975. "Larry's Agent/' The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1993. Himself, "The Documentary/' Homicide: Life on the Street (also known as Homicide and H: LOTS), NBC, 1996.

Story ideas, Homicide: Life on the Street (also known as Homicide and H: LOTS), NBC, 1995. Teleplays; Movies: Suspicion, 1987. Memoirs: Levinson on Levinson, edited by David Thompson, Faber and Faber (Winchester, MA), 1992. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: New York Times, March 11, 1990.*

Television Work; Pilots: Executive producer and director, Diner, CBS, 1983. WRITINGS

LEWIS, Juliette 1973PERSONAL

Screenplays: Street Girls, 1974. The Internecine Project, Hemisphere/Lion International, 1974. (With Mel Brooks, Ron Clark, and Rudy De Luca) 5/7ent Movie, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1976. (With Mel Brooks, Ron Clark, and Rudy De Luca) High Anxiety, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1978. (With Valerie Curtin). . . And Justice for All, Columbia, 1979. (With Valerie Curtin) Inside Moves, Associated Film Distributors, 1980. (Uncredited) Tootsie (also known as Would I Lie to You?), Columbia, 1982. Diner, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1982. (With Valerie Curtin) Best Friends, Warner Bros., 1982. (With Valerie Curtin and Robert Klane) Unfaithfully Yours (adapted from the Preston Sturges film of the same title), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984. Tin Men, Buena Vista, 1987. Avalon, TriStar, 1990. (With Valerie Curtin) Toys, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992. Jimmy Hollywood, Paramount, 1994. Sleepers, Warner Bros., 1996. Teleplays, Unless Otherwise Noted; Series: Lohman and Barkley Show, NBC, 1969. The Tim Conway Comedy Hour, CBS, 1970. The Marty Feldman Comedy Machine, Associated Television, 1971-72, ABC, 1972. The John Byner Comedy Hour, CBS, 1972. The Carol Burnett Show, CBS, 1974-75.

Born June 21, 1973, in Los Angeles, CA; daughter of Geoffrey Lewis (an actor) and Glen is Batley (a graphic artist); sister of Deirdre (an actress) and Lightfield (an actor) Lewis. Religion: Church of Scientology. Avocational interests: Collecting vintage clothes and art. Addresses: /Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. Appeared in commercials for Guess? jeans and the Honda Integra. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, best supporting actress, and Golden Globe Award nomination, both 1991, for Cape Fear; female star of tomorrow, National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO)/ShoWest, 1993. CREDITS Film Appearances: Any Which Way You Can, Warner Bros., 1980. Lexie, My Stepmother Is An Alien, Columbia, 1988. Cindy Hollowhead, Meet the Hollowheads (also known as Life on the Edge), Moviestore, 1989. The Runnin' Kind, United Films, 1989. Audrey Griswold, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, Warner Bros., 1989. Danielle Bowden, Cape Fear, Universal, 1991. Cassie, Crooked Hearts, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1991. Rain, Husbands and Wives, TriStar, 1992.

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Sheryl O'Connor, That Night (also known as One Hot Summer), Warner Bros., 1992. Becky, What's Eating Gilbert Grape?, Paramount,

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Other Television Appearances: "Come to My Window" (Melissa Etheridge music video), 1994.

1993. Adele Corners, Kalifornia, Gramercy Pictures, 1993. Sheri, Romeo Is Bleeding, Gramercy Pictures, 1994. Mallory Knox and performer of songs "These Boots Were Made for Walkin'" and "Born Bad/' Natural Bom Killers, Warner Bros., 1994. Gracie, Mixed Nuts (also known as Lifesavers), TriStar, 1994. Diane Moody, The Basketball Diaries, New Line Cinema, 1995. Faith Justin, Strange Days, Twentieth Century-Fox,

1995. The Underground Comedy Movie, 1995. Kate Fuller, From Dusk Till Dawn, Dimension Films,

1996. Melanie Morton, The Evening Star, Buena Vista, 1996. The Audition, 1996. Herself, Full Tilt Boogie, Dimension Films, 1998. April, Some Girls (also known as Girl Talk and Men), Millennium Films, 1998. Carla, The Other Sister, Buena Vista, 1998. The 4th Floor, Millennium Films, 1999. Film Work: Producer, The Audition, 1996. Television Appearances; Series: Mary Ash, Home Fires, Showtime, 1987. Kate Parrel I, / Married Dora, ABC, 1987-88. A Family for]oe, NBC, 1990.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Cosmopolitan, January, 1995, pp. 164-167. People Weekly, December 9, 1991 .*

LEWIS, Marcia

1938PERSONAL

Born August 18, 1938, in Melrose, MA; daughter of Edwin Parker and Bernice (Lamb) Lewis; married Richard Alan Woody, November 19, 1966 (divorced, 1990). Education: Attended the University of Cincinnati, 1961-64. Addresses: Office—The Gage Group,lnc., 315 West 57th St., Frnt. 4H New York, NY 10019. Career: Actress and singer. Former RN, Jewish Hospital School of Nursing in Cincinnati, OH, 1959. Awards, Honors: Tony Award nomination, supporting or featured actress in a musical, 1994, for Crease; Tony Award nomination, featured actress in a musical, 1997, for Chicago. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Movies: Amanda Sue Bradley, Too Young to Die?, NBC, 1990. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 63rd Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1991. Presenter, The 51st Annual Golden Globe Awards, 1994. Presenter, The 1995 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 1995.

Film Appearances: Night Warning (also known as Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker, Momma's Boy, and Nightmare Maker), 1981. Frog Lady, The Ice Pirates, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1984. Also appeared in Curtain Call (Japanese production).

Television Appearances; Episodic: Terry Rankin, The Facts of Life, NBC, 1988. Dolores, "Summer Song/' The Wonder Years, ABC, 1989. Dolores, "Wayne on Wheels/' The Wonder Years, ABC, 1989. Dolores, "She, My Friend, and I," The Wonder Years, ABC, 1990. Television Appearances; Pilots: The Lisa Whelchel Show, NBC, 1988.

Television Appearances; Movies: Mrs. Gilmore, The Great Ice Rip-Off, ABC, 1974. Mrs. Barrett, The Night They Took Miss Beautiful, NBC, 1977. Gloria, When She Was Bad. . ., ABC, 1979. Woman at Global, Money, Power, Murder, CBS, 1989. Nurse Porter, Orpheus Descending (also known as Tennessee Williams' Orpheus Descending), TNT, 1990.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Also appeared in Legs, NBC; How to Survive a Happy Divorce, ABC; Bobby and Sarah, NBC. Television Appearances; Series: Mitzie Logan, Who's Watching the Kids?, NBC, 1978. Irma Coolidge, The Good Time Girls, ABC, 1980. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Appeared In Rich Man, Poor Man. Television Appearances; Episodic: Dorothy, "The New Look/' The Bob NewhartShow, CBS, 1974. Louise Gross, 'The Heavyweights/' The Bob Newhart Show, CBS, 1975. "In This Corner, Jaime Sommers," The Bionic Woman, ABC, 1976. The jail matron, "Marion Goes to Jail," Happy Days, ABC, 1979. Also appeared in episodes of All My Children, ABC; Ryan's Hope, ABC; One Life to Live, ABC; Out of the Blue, ABC; Working Stiffs, CBS; The Don Rickles Show, ABC; The Rowan and Martin Show, NBC; Sesame Street, PBS; and Pinky. Television Work: Supervising producer, Wash/ngtoon, 1985. Producer, It's a Great Life (series), 1985. Production executive, Super Model Search: Look of the Year (also known as World Model Search: Look of the Year, Look of the Year: Super Model Search, The Look of the Year '88—Atami, Japan, and The Look of the Year—Atami '88), ABC, 1988. Supervising and co-producer, Mary Tyler Moore: The 20th Anniversary Show, CBS, 1991. Creative consultant, Funny Women of Television: A Museum of Television & Radio Tribute, NBC, 1991. Co-producer, Donahue: The 25th Anniversary, NBC, 1992. Stage Appearances: Miss Hannigan, Annie, Alvin Theatre, then Uris Theatre, both New York City, 1981, lateratPapermill Playhouse, Milburn, NJ, 1983. Various roles, Romance Language, Playwrights Horizons, New York City, 1984. Kitty Katz, Miami, Playwrights Horizons, 1986. Rachel Halpern, Rags, Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, 1986. Madame Katz, Roza, Royale Theater, New York City, 1987.

Golde, Fiddler on the Roof, Gershwin Theatre, New York City, 1990. Tales of Tinseltown, The Coconut Grove Playhouse, Miami, FL, 1991. Miss Lynch, Grease, Playhouse Theatre, Wilmington, DE, then Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, 1994. Busker Alley, Macauley Theatre, Louisville, KY, then Tampa Bay Performing Center, Tampa, FL, 1995. Big City Rhythms, 1996. Matron "Mama" Morton, Chicago, City Center Theatre, New York City, 1996. Appearred as Ernestine Money, Hello, Dolly!, St. James Theatre, New York City; Lorene, The Time of Your Life, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City; Sister Mary Hubert, Nunsense; Jan, Woman of the Year; Mrs. Schinn, The Music Man; Aunt EHer, Oklahoma; Rose, Gypsy; Fraulein Schneider, Cabaret; Mae, Bye Bye Birdie; Clairee, Steel Magnolias; OffBroadway in The Impudent Wolf, Who's Who Baby, Cod Bless Coney, and Let Yourself Co. Cabaret Appearances: Freddy's, New York City; The Gardenia, Los Angeles, CA; Studio One, Los Angeles, CA; Upstairs-atthe-Downstairs, New York City; Mayfair Music Hall, Los Angeles, CA; Harrah's, Reno, NV.

Albums: Nowadays, Original Cast Records, 1998. Albums; Vocal Contributions: Vol. II: 1990, A New Decade, Soul II Soul, Virgin, 1990. Grease (soundtrack), RCA Victor, 1994. Catholic Classics, Vol. 1, GIA, 1996. Catholic Classics, Vol. 2, GIA, 1996. Chicago (soundtrack), RCA, 1997. WRITINGS Television Work: Writer, It's a Great Life, 1985. Writer, Mary Tyler Moore: The 20th Anniversary Show, CBS, 1991. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Back Stage, May 27,1994, p. 40; February 14,1997, p. 37. Variety, November 16, 1998, p. 42.*

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LEWIS, Shari 1934-1998 OBITUARY NOTICE—See index for CTFT sketch: Born January 17, 1934, in New York, NY; died of pneumonia, August 2, 1998, in Los Angeles, CA. Entertainer and author. Lewis' long show business career began when she was a toddler and started taking piano lessons and learning magic tricks from her father, a university professor and part-time magician. Her mother instilled in Lewis a love of music that she carried with her throughout her life. Lewis took dance, singing and music lessons, adding the violin to her instrumental repertoire. An ankle injury sustained while dancing caused Lewis, who was attending and graduated from the High School of Music and Art in Manhattan, to look in another direction for her career in entertainment. In 1952 she won the Arthur Godfrey television talent contest and in 1957 was invited to perform on The Captain Kangaroo Show. A show producer asked Lewis if she had any puppets smaller than those she usually used in her performances. She took with her a sock puppet of a lamb that had been lying around and with a few twitches of her hand Lewis' best known creation, Lamb Chop, was born. The delicate, long-lashed puppet was known for her wisecracks and constant interruptions of Lewis but was loved by three generations of fans. Lamb Chop was featured in Lewis' first television show, The Shan Lewis Show, which ran on NBC in the early 1960s as well as on Shari at Six, which ran on the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) in England from 1968 to 1976. Other television shows and specials were aired in the passing decades while Lewis added other much-loved puppets like Hush Puppy and Charlie Horse to her repertoire. Also during that time she ventured into other aspects of entertainment, putting together a Las Vegas act, performing in musicals such as Damn Yankees and Funny Girl, conducting orchestras and writing numerous books. With more than sixty titles to her name, Lewis' book topics ranged from crafts and magic tricks for children to four volumes of Spooky Stuff, Things Kids Collect, The Do It Better Book, and "one-minute" versions of favorite fairy tales, Greek myths and Bible stories. She returned to television in the early 1990s with Lamb Chop's Play-Along on PBS. The show was a hit, garnering five Emmys in as many years. Lewis described herself as an older playmate for children and was producing a new television show, The Charlie Horse Music Pizza at the time of her death.

Periodicals: Chicago Tribune, August 4, 1998, sec. 1, p. 11. CNN Interactive (online), August 3, 1998. Los Angeles Times, August 4, 1998, p. B1. New York Times, August 4, 1998, p. B6. Times (London), August 8, 1998. USA Today (electronic), August 4, 1998. Washington Post, August 4, 1998, p. B4.

LINDSAY, Robert 1949(?)PERSONAL Born December 19, 1949 (other sources say December 13, 1949 and December 13, 1951), in Ilkeston, Derbyshire, England; married Cheryl Hall (an actress), 1974 (divorced, 1980). Education: Graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Addresses: /Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor. Also worked as an assistant stage manager in Exeter, England. Awards, Honors: Olivier Award, 1985, Theatre World Award, 1986, Antoinette Perry Award, best actor in a musical, and Drama Desk Award, best actor in a musical, both 1987, all for Me and My Cirl; Musical Achievement Award, Drama League of New York, 1987; Olivier Award and Variety Club Award, for Becket; British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, for GBH. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Jakey Smith, Get Some In!, Thames Television, 197578. Wolfie Smith (title role), Citizen Smith, BBC, 197780. Seconds Out, BBC, 1981. Micky Noades, Give Us a Break, BBC, 1983. Norman Platt, The Office, Richmond Films and Television, 1996. Narrator, In Your Dreams, 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Father Thomas Kelly, Confessional, Granada Television, 1990. Michael Murray, GBH, Channel 4, 1991.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Henry Farr, The Wimbledon Poisoner, 1994. Jamie Diadoni, Jake's Progress, [Great Britain], 1995. Television Appearances; Movies: Billy Bowmans, Brazen Hussies, [Great Britain], 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: Fabian, "Twelfth Night/' BBC Television Shakespeare, BBC-2, 1980. Lysander, "A Midsummer Night's Dream/' BBC Television Shakespeare, BBC-2, 1981. lachimo, "Cymbeline," BBC Television Shakespeare, BBC-2, 1983. Benedick, "Much Ado about Nothing," BBC Television Shakespeare, BBC-2, 1984. Edmund, "King Lear," BBC Television Shakespeare, BBC-2, also broadcast on PBS, both 1984. The 1986 Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, CBS, 1986. Narrator, Lifeforce, 1992. Otto Schatz, Genghis Cohn, [Great Britain], 1993. Captain Pel lew, Hornblower: The Even Chance and Examination for Lieutenant, Arts and Entertainment and ITV, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Our Speaker Today," The Good Life, BBC, 1977. Carter, Nightingales, Channel 4, 1989. "Ear Today . . . Gone Tomorrow," Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1996. Television Appearances; Pilots: Wolfie Smith, "Citizen Smith," Comedy Special, BBC, 1977. Film Appearances: Terry, That'll be the Day, EMI, 1974. Three for All, 1974. Tom, Adventures of a Taxi Driver, Salon Productions, 1976. Bert Rigby, Bert Rigby, You're a Fool, Warner Bros., 1989. Ian Bertram, Strike It Rich (also known as Loser Takes All and Money Talks), British Screen Partners/ Millimeter, 1990. Rosencrantz and Cildenstern Are Dead, Cinecom International, 1990. Sydney, Fierce Creatures (also known as Death Fish II) Universal, 1997. Jamie, Remember Me?, Channel 4 Films/Film 4 Distributors, 1997. Divorcing jack, Scala Productions, 1998.

Stage Appearances: Jesus, Godspell, London, England, 1972. The Cherry Orchard, Royal Exchange Theatre Company, Manchester, England, 1978. The Lower Depths, Royal Exchange Theatre Company, 1978. The Beaux Stratagem, Royal Exchange Theatre Company, 1978. The Three Musketeers, Royal Exchange Theatre Company, 1978. Reporter, How / Got That Story, Hampstead Theatre, London, England, 1981. Hamlet, Barbican Theatre, London, England, 1984. Bill Snibson, Me and My Girl, Adelphi Theatre, London, England, 1985, then Marquis Marriott Theatre, New York City, 1986-87. King Henry II, Becket, Haymarket Theatre, London, England, 1991-92. Also appeared in Cyrano de Bergerac. Major Tours: Hamlet, Royal Exchange Theatre Company, English cities, 1983-84. RECORDINGS Albums: Me and My Girl (original soundtrack), 1986. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: New York Times, August 24, 1986. People Weekly, September 1, 1986, p. 113.*

LITHGOW John 1945PERSONAL Full name, John Arthur Lithgow; born October 19, 1945, in Rochester, NY; raised in Ohio and Princeton, NJ; son of Arthur W. (a theatrical producer) and Sarah Jane (an actress; maiden name, Price) Lithgow; married Jean Taynton (a teacher), September 10,1966 (divorced, 1980); married Mary Yeager (a professor); children: (first marriage) Ian (an actor); (second marriage) Phoebe, Nathan George. Education: Graduated from Harvard University (magna cum laude), 1967; trained for the stage at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Avocational interests: Painting, drawing, reading, writing, playing the guitar and banjo.

268 •LITHGOW Addresses: Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor and director. Royal Shakespeare Company and Royal Court Theatre, Great Britain, intern. Appeared in advertisements, including television commercials for the Discover credit card and the 10321 long distance service; provided voiceovers for Kemper Funds commercials. Concert performer for children. Lithgow Graphics, founder and printmaker. Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, member of the board of overseers. Also worked as a cab driver. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Phi Beta Kappa. Awards, Honors: Fulbright grant, 1967-69; Antoinette Perry Award, best supporting actor, and Drama Desk Award, outstanding performance, both 1973, for The Changing Room; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, best supporting actor, and Academy Award nomination, best supporting actor, both 1982, for The World According to Carp; Academy Award nomination, best supporting actor, 1983, for Terms of Endearment; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor in a limited series or special, 1983, for An ABC Theatre Presentation; Drama Desk Award, best actor in a play, and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actor in a play, both 1985, for Requiem fora Heavyweight; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding lead actor in a miniseries or special, 1985, for Hallmark Hall of Fame; Emmy Award, outstanding guest performance in a drama series, 1986, for "The Dol I," Amazing Stories; Distinguished Performance Award, Drama League of New York, 1988; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best leading actor in a play, 1988, for M. Butterfly; Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award, best lead performance, 1989, for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Emmy Awards, outstanding lead actor in a comedy series, 1996 and 1997, Golden Globe Award, best performance by an actor in a television series—comedy/musical, 1997, Screen Actors Guild Awards, outstanding performance by a male actor in a comedy series, 1997 and 1998, Emmy Award nomination, outstanding lead actor in a comedy series, 1998, Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a television series—comedy/musical, 1998, and Q Award nomination, Viewers for Quality Television, best actor in a quality comedy series, 1998, all for 3rd Rock from the Sun.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 CREDITS Film Appearances: John, Dealing; or, the Berkeley-to-Boston Forty-Brick Lost-Bag Blues, Warner Bros., 1972. Robert LaSalle, Obsession, Columbia, 1976. Sam Sebastian/Spitzler, The Big Fix, Universal, 1978. Lucas Sergeant, All That]azz, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. Paul Philips, Rich Kids, United Artists, 1979. Burke, Blow Out, Filmways, 1981. George S. Kaufman, Kaufman at Large, 1981. Mr. Brunner, I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can, Paramount, 1981. Roberta Muldoon, The World According to Carp, Warner Bros., 1982. Valentine, "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet/' Twilight Zone: The Movie, Warner Bros., 1983. Sam Burns, Terms of Endearment, Paramount, 1983. Dr. Emilio Lizardo and Lord John Whorfin, The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai: Across the Eighth Dimension (also known as Buckaroo Banzai), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984. Reverend Shaw Moore, Footloose, Paramount, 1984. Walter Curnow, 2070 (also known as 20/0: The Year We Make Contact), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1984. B. Z., Santa Claus: The Movie (also known as Santa Claus), TriStar, 1985. John Mathewson, The Manhattan Project (also known as Deadly Game), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986. Oliver Thompson, Mesmerized (also known as Shocked), [Australia, New Zealand, and Great Britain], 1986. George Henderson, Harry and the Hendersons (also known as Bigfoot and the Hendersons), Universal, 1987. Mark Lambert, Distant Thunder, Paramount, 1988. Dave Geary, Out Cold, Hemdale, 1989. Colonel Bruce Derringer, Memphis Belle, Warner Bros., 1990. Leslie Huben, At Play in the Fields of the Lord (also known as Brincando nos Campos do Senhor), Universal, 1991. Earl Talbot Blake, Ricochet, Warner Bros., 1991. Dr. Nix, Carter Nix, Cain Nix, Josh, and Margo, Raising Cain, Universal, 1992. Eric Qualen, Cliffhanger, TriStar, 1993. Smith Keen, The Pelican Brief, Warner Bros., 1993. Professor Wilkinson, Princess Caraboo, TriStar, 1994. Arthur Fanshawe, A Good Man in Africa, Gramercy Pictures, 1994. Dr. Harlinger, 5/7ent Fall, Warner Bros., 1994. Sangre, 1996.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Malcolm and Robert, Homegrown, Columbia/TriStar, 1998. A Civil Action, Buena Vista, 1998. Portofino, Storm Entertainment, 1999. Voice characterization, Shrek, DreamWorks SKG, forthcoming. Television Appearances; Series: Host, American Cinema, PBS, 1995. Dick Solomon, 3rd Rock from the Sun (also known as Life as We Know It), NBC, 1996—. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Franklin Delano Roosevelt, World War II: When Lions Roared (also known as World War II . . . Then There Were Giants), NBC, 1994. Voice, The West, PBS, 1996. Television Appearances; Movies: Wally, Mom, the Wolfman, and Me, syndicated, 1980. Richard Carruthers, Not in Front of the Children, CBS, 1982. Joe Huxley, The Day After, ABC, 1983. Marty Welborn, The G//tter Dome, HBO, 1984. Major Kendall Laird, The Resting Place, CBS, 1986. Neil Scott, Baby Girl Scott, CBS, 1987. Ben Cluett, The Traveling Man, HBO, 1990. Robert Carter, The Ivory Hunters (also known as The Last Elephant and White Co/cO, TNT, 1990. Artie Margulies, The Boys (also known as The Guys), ABC, 1991. Mills, The Wrong Man, Showtime, 1993. Paul Harrington, Love, Cheat and Steal, Showtime, 1994. Bob Bradley and Tom Bradley, My Brother's Keeper, CBS, 1995. Senator Conyers, The Tuskegee Airmen, HBO, 1995. Thomas Livingston, Hollow Point (also known as Rysk Roulette), HBO, 1996. Sergeant Larry Skovik, Johnny Skidmarks, HBO, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: Paul Unger, "The Country Girl/7 Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1974. Thorne, "Secret Service/' Great Performances, PBS, 1977. Clarence Sickenger, The Oldest Living Graduate, 1980. "Big Blonde/' Great Performances, PBS, 1980. An ABC Theatre Presentation, ABC, 1983. Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1985. Night of 100 Stars III (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), NBC, 1990.

LITHGOW • 269 Happy Birthday, Bugs: 50 Looney Years (also known as Hollywood Celebrates Bugs Bunny's 50th Birthday), CBS, 1990. Laird Riordan, "Redwood Curtain/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, ABC, 1995. Host, Christmas in Washington, NBC, 1996. Christopher Reeve: A Celebration of Hope, ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 41st Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1987. The 42nd Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1988. The 43rd Annual Tony Awards, CBS, 1989. Presenter, The / 1th Annual CableACE Awards (also known as The Golden ACE Awards), syndicated, 1990. Presenter, The 64th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1992. Presenter, The 46th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, 1994. Presenter, The 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, 1995. The 50th Annual Tony Awards, 1996. Presenter, The 1996 Emmy Awards, 1996. Presenter, The Second Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, 1996. Presenter, The Screen Actors Guild Awards, 1997. Presenter, The 52nd Annual Tony Awards, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Goldilocks and the Three Bears/' Faerie Tale Theatre, Showtime, 1984. Host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, and SNL), NBC, 1985. John Walters, "The Doll," Amazing Stories, NBC, 1986. Host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, and SNL), NBC, 1987. Host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, and SNL), NBC, 1988. Guest caller Madman Martinez, "Someone to Watch over Me," Fras/er, NBC, 1994. Dr. Oscar Charles, "You, Murderer," Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1995. Manny Rosenberg, 3rd Rock from the Sun (also known as Life as We Know It), NBC, 1996. Narrator, "Special Effects: Anything Can Happen" (also known as "Special Effects"), Nova, PBS, 1996. Himself, "UFOs," Dennis Miller Live, HBO, 1997.

270 •LITHGOW Stage Appearances: Mustardseed, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Antioch Shakespeare Festival, Antioch, OH, 1953. Bunthorne, Patience, Highfield Theatre, Falmouth, MA, 1965. Peach urn, The Beggar's Opera, Highfield Theatre, 1965. Don Andres, La Perichole, Highfield Theatre, 1965. Lord Chancellor, lolanthe, Highfield Theatre, 1965. Henry Higgins, Pygmalion, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ, 1969-70. Lennie, Of Mice and Men, McCarter Theatre, 196970. Achilles, Troilus and Cressida, McCarter Theatre, 1969-70. Sir, The Roar of the Greasepaint, the Smell of the Crowd, Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope, PA, 1970. Dr. Talacryn, Hadrian VII, Bucks County Playhouse, 1970. Captain Vale, The Magistrate, Bucks County Playhouse, 1970. Kiper, What Price Glory?, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1972. Arthur, Trelawney of the Wells, Long Wharf Theatre, 1972. Nicholas, The Lady's Not for Burning, Long Wharf Theatre, 1972. Kendall, The Changing Room, Long Wharf Theatre, 1972, then Morosco Theatre, New York City, 1973. James, My Fat Friend, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1973. Michael, The Prodigal Daughter, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, 1973. Gadd, Trelawney of the Wells, Lincoln Center, New York City, 1975. Hamlet, off-Broadway production, 1975. Ged Murray, Comedians, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1976. Secret Service, Phoenix Theatre, New York City, 1976. Boy Meets Girl, Phoenix Theatre, 1976. Mat Burke, Anna Christie, Imperial Theatre, New York City, 1977. George Lewis, Once in a Lifetime, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1978. Frank, Spokesong, Circle in the Square Theatre, 1979. Trevor, Bedroom Farce, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, 1979. Joe Hill, Salt Lake City Skyline, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, New York City, 1980.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Chris, Division Street, Ambassador Theatre, New York City, then Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1980. George S. Kaufman, Kaufman at Large, Phoenix Theatre, New York City, 1981. Bruce, Beyond Therapy, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, 1982. Harlan "Mountain" McClintock, Requiem for a Heavyweight, Long Wharf Theatre, 1984, then Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1985. Walter Burns, The Front Page, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City, 1986. Rene Gallimard, M. Butterfly, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, 1988. George, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, James A. Doolittle Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1989. Night of 100 Stars III (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1990. Also appeared in Shakespearean roles at the Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, OH, 1963-64; also appeared in A Memory of Two Mondays, Phoenix Theatre. Stage Work; Director: As You Like It, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ, 1968. Much Ado about Nothing, McCarter Theatre, 1969. The Way of the World, McCarter Theatre, 1970. The Magistrate, Bucks County Playhouse, 1970. Barefoot in the Park, Bucks County Playhouse, 1970. Abduction from the Seraglio, New Jersey Opera Theatre, Princeton, NJ, 1970. The Beaux Stratagem, Center Stage Theatre, Baltimore, MD, 1972. A Pagan Place, Long Wharf Theatre, 1973. Boy Meets Girl, Phoenix Theatre, 1976. Kaufman at Large, Phoenix Theatre, 1981. Radio Appearances; Series: Under the Gun, WBAI (New York City), 1972-73. Radio Work; Producer; Series: Under the Gun, WBAI, 1972-73. RECORDINGS Videos: Expectations, Labor Institute of Public Affairs, 1986. Babysongs Presents ]ohn Lithgow's Kid-Size Concert, Backyard Productions/Propaganda Films/Pancake Productions, 1990.

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Career: Actor. Began as a stagehand in high school productions. Military service: Royal Welch Fusilers, British Army, 1940-? (World War II); was German prisoner of war for five years.

Q, Thunderball, United Artists, 1965. Q, You Only Live Twice, United Artists, 1967. Coggins, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, United Artists, 1968. Q, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, United Artists, 1969. Q, Diamonds Are Forever, United Artists, 1971. Q, The Man with the Golden Gun, United Artists, 1974. Q, The Spy Who Loved Me, United Artists, 1977. Professor Nixon, The Golden Lady> Target, 1979. Q, Moonraker, United Artists, 1979. Q, For Your Eyes Only, United Artists, 1981. Q, Octopussy, United Artists, 1983. Q, A View to a Kill (also known as From a View to a Kill), United Artists, 1985. Q, The Living Daylights, United Artists, 1987. Wiezien Rio (also known as Prisoner of Rio), 1989. Q, License to Kill (also known as License Revoked), United Artists, 1989. Dr. Mycroft, Merlin (also known as October 32nd and Merlin: The True Story of Magic), Hemdale Home Video, 1992. Q, GoldenEye, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1995. Q, Tomorrow Never Dies, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1997. Q, The World Is Not Enough, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1999.

CREDITS

Also appeared in Stryker of the Yard and Cleopatra.

WRITINGS Writings for the Stage: Kaufman at Large (based on letters of George S. Kaufman), Phoenix Theatre, 1981. Writings for the Radio; Series: Under the Gun, WBAI, 1972-73. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, February 2, 1996, p. 47; December 27, 1996, pp. 32-33.*

LLEWELYN, Desmond

1914-

PERSONAL Born in 1914, in South Wales, England; son of a coal mining engineer; married; children: two sons. Education: Royal Academy for the Dramatic Artists.

Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Ghost, Ask a Policeman, 1939. '77 Jones, They Were Not Divided, United Artists, 1950. (Uncredited) The Lavender Hill Mob, Universal, 1951. Valley of Songs (also known as Men Are Children Twice), Pathe/Associated British, 1953. Chief Yeoman, Further Up the Creek, Columbia, 1958. (Uncredited) Titanic seaman at steerage gate, A Night to Remember, Rank, 1958. Wounded traveler, Sword of Sherwood Forest, Columbia, 1960. (Uncredited) A Servant, The Curse of the Werewolf (also known as The Curse of Siniestro), Universal, 1961. (Uncredited) Clergyman in Book Bus, Only Two Can Play, Columbia, 1962. Boothroyd, From Russia with Love, United Artists, 1963. Q, Goldfinger (also known as Ian Fleming's Goldfinger), United Artists, 1964.

Television Appearances; Movies: Theseus, A Midsummer Night's Dream, 1946. Appeared in Pirates of Blood River. Television Appearances; Series: Colonel, Follyfoot, Yorkshire TV, 1971-73. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Lord Dudley, Lillie, LWT, 1978, broadcast in the U.S. on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1979. Television Appearances; Episodic: Sergeant, "Blind Justice/' The Invisible Man, CBS, 1958. Thompson, "Flight Into Yesterday/' Doom watch, BBC, 1971. Bell, "Hazell & the Suffolk Ghost/' Haze//, Thames TV, 1978. Stage Appearances: Appeared in repertory theatre in Southern England.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 SIDELIGHTS

The Q (Llewelyn's role as James Bond's gadget man) stands for Quartermaster, a position in the English Army which specializes in sciences for the military. Llewelyn did not play the role of Q in From Russia with Love, Peter Burton did. The only Bond movie that Llewelyn did not appear in was Live and Let Die. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Detroit News, December 1, 1995. Interview, November 1995, p. 46. Time, January 19, 1998, p.75.*

LLOYD, Christopher

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PERSONAL Born October 22, 1938, in Stamford, CT; married Carol Vanek, 1988 (divorced, 1991); married; wife's name, Kay (an actress). Education: Trained for the stage at the Neighborhood Playhouse, New York City. Addresses: Agent—The Gersh Agency, 232 North Canon Dr., Suite 202, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Actor, producer, and writer. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Obie Award and Drama Desk Award, both 1973, for /Caspar; Emmy Awards, outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series, 1981 and 1982, both for Taxi; Emmy Award, outstanding lead actor in a drama series, 1992, for/Avon/ea; Emmy Awards (with others), outstanding comedy series, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, and 1998, all for Frasier. CREDITS Film Appearances: Taber, One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest, United Artists, 1975. Another Man, Another Chance, United Artists, 1977. Steve Chaffey, Three Warriors, United Artists, 1978. Frank Towfield, Coin' South, Paramount, 1978. Jailhouse lawyer, The Onion Field, Avco-Embassy, 1979.

Bill Carver, Butch and Sundance: The Early Days, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. Frognose, The Lady in Red (also known as Guns, Sin and Bathtub G/n), New World, 1979. The Black Marble, Avco-Embassy, 1980. Gilbert, Schizoid (also known as Murder by Mail), Cannon, 1980. Samuel Starkman, "Municipalians," National Lampoon Goes to the Movies (also known as National Lampoon's Movie Madness), United Artists, 1981. Cavendish, The Legend of the Lone Ranger, Universal, 1981. Salesperson, The Postman Always Rings Twice, Paramount, 1981. Captain Schultz, To Be or Not to Be, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Larry, Mr. Mom (also known as Mr. Mum), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Kruge, Star Trek III: The Search forSpock, Paramount, 1984. John Bigboote, The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai: Across the Eighth Dimension (also known as Buckaroo Banzai), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984. Coach Hindenberg, ]oy of Sex, Paramount, 1984. Professor Plum, Clue, Paramount, 1985. Dr. Emmett Brown, Back to the Future, Universal, 1985. Harry, Miracles, Orion, 1987. Reggie Henry, Walk Like a Man, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1987. Bill Burns, Eight Men Out, Orion, 1988. Dr. Henry Henry, Track 29, Island, 1988. Judge Doom, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Buena Vista, 1988. Henry Sikorsky, The Dream Team, Universal, 1989. Dr. Emmett Brown, Back to the Future Part II, Universal, 1989. Dr. Emmett Brown, Back to the Future Part III, Universal, 1990. Voice of Merlock, Ducktales: The Movie—Treasure of the Lost Lamp (animated), Buena Vista, 1990. Bruno Daly, Why Me?, Triumph, 1990. Uncle Fester Addams and Gordon Craven, The Addams Family, Orion, 1991. Jim Martin, The Legend of the White Horse (also known as White Dragon and Bialysmok), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Charlie Wilcox, Suburban Commando, New Line Cinema, 1991. Lawrence ("Larry"), Rent-a-Kid, Republic Pictures Home Video, 1992. U ncle Fester Addams, Addams Family Values, Orion, 1993.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Switchblade Sam, Dennis the Menace (also known as Dennis), Warner Bros., 1993. Zoltan, Radioland Murders, Universal, 1994. Mr. Dewey and the title role, The Pagemaster, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994. Dennis Van Welker, Camp Nowhere, Buena Vista, 1994. Al the Angel, Angels in the Outfield (also known as Angels), Buena Vista, 1994. Jimmy, Twenty Bucks, 1994. Pieces, Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead, Miramax, 1995. Ed Jarvis, Mr. Payback (also known as Mr. Payback: An Interactive Movie), Advanced Exhibition Corporation, 1995. Wood Grimes, Cadillac Ranch, BMC Independents, 1996. Theo Teagarden, Changing Habits, A-pix Entertainment, 1996. Voice of Rasputin, Anastasia (animated), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Fred's father, Dinner at Fred's, Imperial Entertainment, 1997. Voice of Judge Thatcher, The Animated Adventures of Tom Sawyer (animated), Family Home Entertainment, 1998. Ernst, The Real Blonde, Paramount, 1998. Winter, 1998. It Came from the Sky, Alliance Entertainment, 1998. Convergence, White Rock International, 1998. Zamboni, Spooky House, 1999. Dr. Bob Johnson, The Russian Militia, Autumn Drive Films, 1999. Romantic Moritz, Pretty Brunette Films/7.23 Productions, 1999. Himself, Man on the Moon (also known as Andy Kaufman), Universal, 1999. Interstate 60, Redeemable Features, 1999. Easter, 1999. Dr. Heap, Baby Geniuses, Columbia, 1999. Uncle Martin, My Favorite Martian, Walt Disney Pictures, 1999. Also appeared in Acts of a Young Man. Film Work: Executive producer (with Rita J. Rokisky and John Hackett), Dream for an Insomniac, Avalanche Releasing, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: The Adams Chronicles, PBS, 1976. "Reverend Jim" Ignatowski, Taxi, ABC, 1978-82, NBC, 1982-83.

LLOYD • 273 Street Hawk, ABC, 1985. Alistair Dimple, Avonlea, The Disney Channel, 199192. Host and voice of Doc Brown, Back to the Future (animated), CBS, 1991-93. Sebastian Jackal and Jordan Kenneth Lloyd, Deadly Games, UPN, 1995-96. Television Work; Series: Producer, Down Home, NBC, 1990. Producer, Wings, NBC, 1991. Supervising producer, Wings, NBC, 1992. Executive producer, Frasier, NBC, 1993—. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Hans Bogardus, The Word, CBS, 1978. White knight, Alice in Wonderland, 1999. Television Appearances; Movies: Jennings, Lacy and the Mississippi Queen, NBC, 1978. Skip Hartman, Stunt Seven, CBS, 1979. Sergeant Stampone, Money on the Side, CBS, 1982. Jack Brian, September Gun, CBS, 1983. Woody, The Cowboy and the Ballerina, CBS, 1984. Weasel, T Bone and Weasel, TNT, 1992. Mr. Hunch, In Search of Dr. Seuss, TNT, 1994. Johnny Benjamin, The Right to Remain Silent, Showtime, 1996. Al the angel, "Angels in the Endzone" (also known as "Angels in the Outfield 2"), The Wonderful World of Disney, ABC, 1997. Aaron Quicksilver, Quicksilver Highway (also known as Chattery Teeth and The Body Politic), Fox, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Paul, "Pilgrim, Farewell," Amer/can Playhouse, PBS, 1982. Pat Hobby, "Pat Hobby Teamed with Genius/' Tales from the Hollywood Hills (also known as Great Performances), PBS, 1987. Time Warner Presents the Earth Day Special (also known as The Earth Day Special), ABC, 1990. Frank larossi, "Dead Ahead: The Exxon Valdez Disaster/' HBO Showcase, HBO, 1992. A Menace Called Dennis, 1993. The Best of Taxi (also known as Hey, Taxi), CBS, 1994. Sam Howard, The Ransom of Red Chief, 1998. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 43rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Presentation, Fox, 1991.

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Presenter, The 64th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1992. 1998 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Vandal/' Barney Miller, ABC, 1978. "Open House/' Barney Miller, ABC, 1979. "It's the Willingness/' Visions, PBS, 1980. Semi-Tough, ABC, 1980. "The Seduction of the Bean," Freebie and the Bean, CBS, 1980. Title role, "The Calico Kid," Best of the West, ABC, 1981. The Calico Kid, "The Calico Kid Returns," Best of the West, ABC, 1981. The Calico Kid, "The Calico Kid Goes to School," Best of the West, ABC, 1982. Phillip Semenko, "I'll Be Seeing You, Part 1," Cheers, NBC, 1984. Phillip Semenko, "I'll Be Seeing You, Part 2," Cheers, NBC, 1984. "The Penny Elf," Shortstories, Arts and Entertainment, 1986. "Go to the Head of the Class," Amazing Stories, N BC, 1986. Twilight Zone, CBS, 1986. Mr. Moohead and Grandpa Moohead, Mrs. P/'gg/eW/gg/e, Showtime, 1994. Op, "Fly Paper," Fallen Angels, Showtime, 1995. Television Appearances; Pilots: Jerry Forbes, Old Friends, ABC, 1984. Street Hawk, ABC, 1985. Stage Appearances: Title role, /Caspar, New York City, 1973. Bill Cracker, Happy End, Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1977. The Father, American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA, 1989-90. Appeared in Hot L Baltimore, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA; appeared in The Possessed and A Midsummer Night's Dream, both Yale Repertory Company Theatre, New Haven, CT; appeared in Macbeth, New York Shakespeare Festival, New York City; also appeared in Reef, White and Maddox. RECORDINGS Video Games: Lieutenant Jack Tempus, Rescue the Scientists, 1994. Drew Blanc, Toonstruck, 1996.

WRITINGS Teleplays; Series: (With others) Wings, NBC, 1991-92. (With others) Frasier, NBC, 1993—.*

LoBIANCO, Tony 1936PERSONAL Born October 19, 1936, in New York, NY; children: three daughters. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actor and director. Triangle Theatre, New York City, founder, 1963, and artistic director. Member: Directors Guild of America, Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Obie Award, 1975, for Yankees 3, Detroit 0, Top of the Seventh; Outer Critics Circle Award and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, both 1983, for A View from the Bridge; Emmy Award, for Hizzoner!. CREDITS Film Appearances: La romana (also known as Woman of Rome), DCA, 1954. The Spider's Web, United Artists, 1960. Raymond "Ray" Fernandez, The Honeymoon Killers (also known as The Lonely Hearts Killers and Dear Martha), Cinerama, 1970. Sal Boca, The French Connection, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1971. Vito, The Seven-Ups, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1973. Tony Breda, Mean Frank and Crazy Tony (also known as Dio, sei proprio un padreterno!, Interpol in allarme, and // suo nome faceva tremare), Aquarius, 1973. (As Tony Lo Bianco) Peter Nicholas, God Told Me To (also known as Demon), New World, 1976. The American, The Merciless Man (also known as Genova a mano armato), [Italy], 1977. (As Tony Lo Bianco) Tommy De Coco, Bloodbrothers (also known as A Father's Love), Warner Bros., 1978. Babe Milano, F./.S.T., United Artists, 1978.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 (As Tony Lo Bianco) Ken Colby, Separate Ways, Crown, 1979. Leon Coll, City Heat, Warner Bros., 1984. The Conspiracy, CAC Productions, 1985. Joe, City of Hope, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1991. Dio, Boiling Point, Warner Bros., 1993. Warren, La chance (also known as Power and Lovers), Light Age Filmworks, 1994. Aldo, The Ascent, RHI Entertainment, 1994. Johnny Roselli, Nixon, Buena Vista, 1995. Louie Boffano, The]uror, Columbia, 1996. Sworn to Justice (also known as Blonde Justice), 1997. Cold Night into Dawn, Showcase Entertainment, 1997. Marzoni, Mafia! (also known as Jane Austen's Mafia), Buena Vista, 1998. Film Work; Director: Too Scared to Scream (also known as The Doorman), Paramount, 1985. The Last Home Run, Showcase Entertainment, 1996. Television Appearances; Series: Hidden Faces, NBC, 1968-69. Love of Life, CBS, 1972. Lieutenant Alex Ascoli,/ess/'e, ABC, 1984. Arturo Taft, Pa/ace Guard, CBS, 1991. Television Work; Director; Series: Police Story, NBC, 1973-77. Kaz, CBS, 1978-79. "The Secret Empire," Cliffhangers, NBC, 1979. When the Whistle Blows, ABC, 1980. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Quintilius, Jesus of Nazareth (also known as Cesu di Nazareth), NBC, 1977. Brother Nicholas, Marco Polo, NBC, 1982. Vito Capece, The Maharaja's Daughter (also known as Die Tochter des Maharadschas), 1994. Peter Carolla, Bella Mafia, CBS, 1997. Television Work; Miniseries: Director, The Duke, NBC, 1979. Television Appearances; Movies: Detective Rock Massi, Mr. Inside/Mr. Outside (also known as Hot Ice), NBC, 1973. Joseph, The Story of Jacob and Joseph, ABC, 1974. Jess Gifford, Coldenrod, CBS, 1977. Alan Damschroeder, Champions: A Love Story, CBS, 1979. Dr. Ben Abbot, A Last Cry for Help, ABC, 1979. Rocky Marciano, Marciano, ABC, 1979.

LoBIANCO • 275 Mike DeBray, Another Woman's Child (also known as The Far Shore), CBS, 1983. Detective Sergeant Bing Bingham, Lady Blue, ABC, 1985. Judge Guiliano Salina, Blood Ties (also known as // cugino amer/cano), Showtime, 1986. Joe Cavalero, We/come Home, Bobby, CBS, 1986. DiAngelo, Police Story: The Freeway Killings (also known as Police Story //), NBC, 1987. Magee, Magee and the Lady (also known as Hell Flight and She'll Be Sweet), [Australia], 1987. Andy Murcia, The Ann /////an Story, NBC, 1988. Evan Hamilton, Body of Evidence, CBS, 1988. Carlos, Death Has a Bad Reputation, [Great Britain], 1990. Michael Garcia, Perry Mason: The Case of the Poisoned Pen (also known as Perry Mason: The Case of the Murder Mystery Murder), NBC, 1990. The First Circle, CBS, 1991. Tony "Ducks" Carallo, The Ten Million Dollar Getaway, USA Network, 1991. The Sands of Time (also known as Sidney Sheldon's The Sands of Time), syndicated, 1992. Frederick Berger, In the Shadow of a Killer (also known as An Eye for an Eye), NBC, 1992. Lieutenant Frank Orozco, Stormy Weathers, ABC, 1992. Alan Dorfman, Teamster Boss: The Jackie Presser Story (also known as Life on the High Wire), HBO, 1992. Jimmy Jacobs, Tyson, HBO, 1995. Dr. Charles Smith, Mary Higgins Clark's Let Me Call You Sweetheart (also known as Let Me Call You Sweetheart), The Family Channel, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1977. Joey, "The Last Tenant/' ABC Theatre, ABC, 1978. Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1979. Frank Greene, "Pals," Comedy Theatre, NBC, 1981. The Love Boat Fall Preview Party, ABC, 1984. Battle of the Network Stars XVII, ABC, 1984. Fiorello La Guardia, Hizzoner!, 1984. Officer Abbott, "Over the Limit/' ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1990. Coach Douglas, "Malcolm Takes a Shot," CBS Schoolbreak Specials, CBS, 1990. Also appeared in Eugene O'Neill's A Glory of Ghosts (also known as A Glory of Ghosts). Television Appearances; Episodic: "Smart, the Assassin," Get Smart, NBC, 1966. "Jet Trail," Blue Light, ABC, 1966.

276 •LOGGIA "H Is a Dirty Letter/' Hawk, ABC, 1966. "Cry Brute/' N.Y.P.D., ABC, 1968. "Stones," N.Y.P.D., ABC, 1968. Frank, "A Memory of Two Mondays/' N.E.T. Playhouse, PBS, 1971. "The Manhattan Beat," Madigan, NBC, 1972. Tony Calabrese, "Requiem for an Informer," Police Story, NBC, 1973. Tony Calabrese, "The Hunters," Police Story, NBC, 1974. Tony Calabrese, "Glamour Boy," Police Story, NBC, 1974. Tony Calabrese, "Explosion," Police Story, NBC, 1974. Tony Calabrese, "Sniper," Po//ce Story, NBC, 1975. Patrolman Albert "Al" Wozynsky and Kisella, "Solitaire," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1975. "Firebird," Police Story, NBC, 1976. "If She Dies," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1985. "Flashback," Night Heat, CBS, 1987. Tom "Coop" Cooper, "Off Duty," CBS Summer Playhouse, CBS, 1988. True Blue, NBC, 1989. Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1993. Mitch Drummond, "The City That Bleeds," Homicide: Life on the Street (also known as Homicide and H: LOTS), NBC, 1994. Mitch Drummond, "Dead End," Homicide: Life on the Street (also known as Homicide and H: LOTS), NBC, 1994. Mitch Drummond, "End Game," Homicide: Life on the Street (also known as Homicide and H: LOTS), NBC, 1994. Television Appearances; Pilots: Pete Mackey, A Shadow in the Streets, NBC, 1975. Today's F.B.L, ABC, 1981. Other Television Appearances: Appeared in Legend of the Black Hand. Stage Appearances: The Royal Hunt of the Sun, American National Theatre and Academy, New York City, 1965. The Rose Tattoo, City Center Theatre, New York City, 1966. The Office, Broadway production, 1966. Yankees 3, Detroit 0, Top of the Seventh, off-Broadway production, 1975. Eddie Carbone, A View from the Bridge, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, then Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 1983. Fiorello La Guardia, Hizzonerl, Empire State Institute for the Performing Arts, Albany, NY, 1983, then Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1989.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Burgess, Big Time, Lamb's Little Theatre, New York City, 1986. Nick, Dreamers, Westbeth Theatre Center, New York City, 1993. Appeared in the Broadway productions Coodbye People and 90 Day Mistress; appeared in the offBroadway productions /Answered the Flute, Cam/no Real, Incident at Vichy, Journey to the Day, Nature of the Came, Oh, Dad, Poor Dad, Mama's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feeling So Bad, Tartuffe, The Threepenny Opera, and Zoo Story. Stage Work; Director: Big Time, Lamb's Little Theatre, 1986. Major Tours: Toured in a production of Other People's Money.*

LOGGIA, Robert 1930PERSONAL Surname is pronounced "/ow-jah"; born January 3, 1930, in Staten Island, New York, NY; son of Benjamin (a shoe designer) and Elena (Blandino) Loggia; married Marjorie Sloan, 1954 (divorced); married Audrey O'Brien (a business executive); children: (first marriage) Tracey, John, Kristina; (second marriage) Cynthia Marlette. Education: Attended Wagner College, 1947-49; University of Missouri at Columbia, B.A. (journalism), 1951; also studied acting with Stella Adler at the Actors Studio, New York City. Religion: Roman Catholic. Addresses: /Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor. Also appeared in advertisements, including commercials for orange juice. Military service: U.S. Army, 1951-53; served with the Panama Caribbean Forces Network. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, best supporting actor, 1986, for ]agged Edge; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding lead actor in a drama series, 1989, for Mancuso F.B.I; CableACE Award nomination, for The Chicago Conspiracy Trial; Saturn Award, Academy of Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy Films, best supporting actor, 1989.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 CREDITS Film Appearances: (Uncredited) Frankie Peppo, Somebody Up There Likes Me, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1956. Tulio Renata, The Garment Jungle (also known as Garment Center), Columbia, 1957. Detective Steve Carelli, Cop Hater, United Artists, 1958. Dr. David Loring, The Lost Missile, United Artists, 1958. Johnny Quatro, Cattle King (also known as Guns of Wyoming), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1963. Joseph, The Greatest Story Ever Told, United Artists, 1965. Faustino Morales, Che!, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969. Porgi I'altra guancia (also known as The Two Missionaries, I due missionari, and Les deux missionaires), [Italy and France], 1974. John March, First Love, Paramount, 1977. Solyony, Three Sisters, NTA, 1977. Al Spillano, Speed Trap, First Artists, 1978. Marchione, Revenge of the Pink Panther, United Artists, 1978. Barns, Piedone d'Egitto (also known as Flatfoot in Egypt), [Italy], 1979. Lieutenant Bennish, The Ninth Configuration (also known as Twinkle, Twinkle, "Killer" Kane), Warner Bros., 1979. Herb Maskowitz, S.O.B., Paramount, 1981. Byron Mayo, An Officer and a Gentleman, Paramount, 1982. Bruno, The Trail of the Pink Panther, United Artists, 1982. Frank Lopez, Scarface, Universal, 1983. Dr. Raymond, Psycho //, Universal, 1983. Bruno Langois, Curse of the Pink Panther, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1983. Sam Ransom, Jagged Edge, Columbia, 1985. Eduardo Prizzi, Prizzi's Honor, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1985. Father Baragone, That's Life! (also known as Blake Edwards' That's Life!), Columbia, 1986. Michael Carlino, Armed and Dangerous, Columbia, 1986. Jason Cutler, Over the Top, Warner Bros., 1987. Mac MacLaren, Hot Pursuit, RKO Pictures/Paramount, 1987. Lieutenant Sean McTaggert, The Believers, Orion, 1988. Mac MacMillan, Big, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. Voice of Sykes, O//Ver and Company (animated), Buena Vista, 1988.

Father Arouch, Triumph of the Spirit, Triumph, 1989. Michel Brimmer, Gaby: A True Story, TriStar, 1989. Bill Malloy, Relentless, New Line Cinema, 1989. Runn/ng/Away, 1989. Lew Horner, The Marrying Man (also known as Too Hot to Handle), Buena Vista, 1990. MiltMalkin, Opportunity Knocks, Universal, 1990. Coach Wally "Rig" Riggendorf, Necessary Roughness, Paramount, 1991. Mac, Spies, Inc. (also known as Code Name: Chaos, Spies, Lies and Alibis, and S.P.O.O.K.5.), Vestron,

1992. Pappy Jack, Gladiator (also known as Gladiators Bare Knuckles), Columbia, 1992. Sal "The Shark" Macelli, Innocent Blood (also known as A French Vampire in America), Warner Bros., 1992. Commander Conrad Dart, The Last Tattoo, Capella International/Plumb Productions, 1994. Frank Jarrett and performer of the song "Lorena," Bad Girls, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994. Matt Greenfield, / Love Trouble, Buena Vista, 1994. Gordon, Coldblooded, Propaganda Films, 1995. General William Grey, Independence Day (also known as /D4), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Marvin, Flypaper, Citadel Entertainment, 1997. Mr. Eddy and Dick Laurent, Lost Highway, October Films, 1997. Moritz, Smilla's Sense of Snow (also known as Smilia's Feeling for Snow, Fraulein Smillas Gespuer fuer Schnee, and Froeken Smillas kaensla foersnoe), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Hannibal Thurman, The Proposition (also known as Shakespeare's Sister and Tempting Fate), PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, 1998. Grandpa Beal, Wide Awake, Miramax, 1998. John McBainbridge, Holy Man, Buena Vista, 1998. Live Virgin, Vertigo Productions, 1998. The Suburbans, HSX Films/Red Hour Films, 1999. / Dreamed of Africa, Sony Pictures Entertainment,

1999. Television Appearances; Series: Elfego Baca, "The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca" (also known as "Elfego Baca"), Walt Disney Presents, ABC, 1958-59. Thomas Hewitt Edward Cat, T. H. £ Cat, NBC, 196667. Frank Carver, The Secret Storm, CBS, 1972. Dr. Tony Vincente, Search for Tomorrow, CBS, 1973. Admiral Yuri Bukharin, Emerald Point N.A.S., CBS, 1983-84. Nick Mancuso, Mancuso F.B.I., NBC, 1989-90. Ben Benedict, Sunday Dinner, CBS, 1991.

278 •LOGGIA Television Appearances; Miniseries: Tony Bear, The Moneychangers (also known as Arthur Hailey's The Moneychangers), 1976. Senator Anton "Tony" Kreutzer, Wild Palms, ABC, 1993. Jonathan Roth, Pandora's Clock (also known as Doomsday Virus), NBC, 1996. Television Appearances; Movies: Louis Spillane, Street Killing, 1976. James Donaldson, Scott Free, NBC, 1976. Angelo Rondello, Mallory: Circumstantial Evidence (also known as Circumstantial Evidence and Mallory), 1976. Harry Blandford, Columbo: Now You See Him, NBC, 1976. Yigal Allon, Raid on Entebbe, NBC, 1977. David Michaels, No Other Love, CBS, 1979. Karl Hauptman, Casino, 1980. Anwar Sadat, A Woman Called Colda, Operation Prime Time, 1982. Paul Avakian, A Touch of Scandal, CBS, 1984. Detective Christopher Ryan, Streets of justice, NBC, 1985. William M. Kunstler, The Chicago Conspiracy Trial (also known as Conspiracy: The Trial of the Chicago Eight, Nothing but the Truth: The Chicago Conspiracy Trial, and Truth), HBO, 1987. Jay Smith, Echoes in the Darkness, CBS, 1987. Higbe, Intrigue, CBS, 1988. Nick Mancuso, Favorite Son (also known as Target: Favorite Son), NBC, 1988. Joseph O'Connor, Dream Breakers (also known as The O'Connors), CBS, 1989. Robert Leonetti, Afterburn (also known as The Janet Harduval Story), HBO, 1992. Dr. Daniel Perrin, Nurses on the Line: The Crash of Flighty, 1993. Daniel Banks, Lifepod, 1993. Captain Gordon Vette, Mercy Mission: The Rescue of Flight 771, 1993. Nick Karas, White Mile, HBO, 1994. Dr. Charlie Riggs, Jake Lassiter: Justice on the Bayou (also known as Lassiter and Jake Lassiter: To Speak for the Dead), NBC, 1995. Carlo Gambino, Between Love and Honor, CBS, 1995. Philip Marquant, Man with a Cun (also known as Hired for Killing), HBO, 1995. Captain Lou Unger, Mistrial, HBO, 1996. Lieutenant Brosloe, The Right to Remain Silent, Showtime, 1996. Frank Torre, Joe Torre: Curveballs along the Way, Showtime, 1997.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Don Vito Leoni, The Don's Analyst (also known as National Lampoon's The Don's Analyst), The Movie Channel, 1997. Hard Time, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: The People vs. Inez Carcia, syndicated, 1977. Super Bloopers and New Practical Jokes, NBC, 1989. The Hollywood Christmas Parade, syndicated, 1989. The 56th Annual King Orange Jamboree Parade, NBC, 1989. Super Bloopers and New Practical Jokes, NBC, 1990. Night of 100 Stars III (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), NBC, 1990. James's father, "Merry Christmas, Baby/' General Motors Playwrights Theatre, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. Sci-Fi Channel's Invasion of Independence Day, The Sci-Fi Channel, 1996. Narrator, Napoleon and Wellington, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Also appeared in Miss Julie. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, The 21st Annual People's Choice Awards, 1995. Presenter, The 11th Annual Kids' Choice Awards, Nickelodeon, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Jose Maria Moran, "The Jose Maria Moran Story," Wagon Train, NBC, 1959. "Come Back to Sorrento," Desilu Playhouse, CBS, 1959. Tom Brandt, "The Hand," Alcoa Presents, ABC, 1959. "Mission to Mexico," Overland Trail, NBC, 1960. Larry Chetnick, "The Money," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, CBS, 1960. "The Fingers of Henri Tourelli," Naked City, ABC, 1961. "The Poppy Vendor," Target: The Corrupters, ABC, 1961. "Perjury," The Defenders, CBS, 1961. "The End of the World," Alcoa Premiere, ABC, 1961. Jimmy French, "The Case of M. J. H.," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, CBS, 1962. "Takeover," The Untouchables, ABC, 1962. "The Hook," The Dick Powell Show, NBC, 1962. "The Interrogator," Du Pont Show of the Week, NBC, 1962. Elfego Baca, "Elfego Baca: Six Cun Law," Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color, NBC, 1962. "The Eye of Fear," The Defenders, CBS, 1963.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 "Incident of the Comancheros," Rawhide, CBS, 1963. "Justice to a Microbe/' Ben Casey, ABC, 1963. "You'll Be the Death of Me," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, CBS, 1963. "Bronze Locust," Eleventh Hour, NBC, 1963. "I'm Hereto Kill a King," Route 66, CBS, 1963. "The Summer House/' Breaking Point, ABC, 1964. "The Robrioz Ring," Kraft Suspense Theatre, NBC, 1964. "A Cruel and Unusual Night," Kraft Suspense Theatre, NBC, 1964. "The Wild, Wild, Wild Waltzing World," Ben Casey, ABC, 1964. "The Skill of These Hands," The Doctors and the Nurses, CBS, 1964. Lieutenant Cal Tripp, "Chief Joseph," Cunsmoke, CBS, 1965. "The Tree of Moray," Combat, ABC, 1965. "The World's Oldest Motive," The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, NBC, 1965. "Jungle of Fear," Kraft Suspense Theatre, NBC, 1965. "The Cold, Cold War of Paul Bryan," Run for Your Life, NBC, 1965. Warren Trevor, "Night of the Sudden Death," The Wild, Wild West, CBS, 1965. "Goodbye and Keep Cool," Trials of O'Brien, CBS, 1965. "What Is Honor—A Word," The Wackiest Ship in the Army, NBC, 1966. "The Lost Diablo," A Man CalledShenandoah, ABC, 1966. Crandall Ames, "Graveyard of Fear," Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, ABC, 1966. Warren Trevor, "The Night of the Assassin," The Wild, Wild West, CBS, 1967. "Suspicion," Custer, ABC, 1967. "King of the Dwsari," Tarzan, NBC, 1968. "Collector's Edition," Name of the Game, NBC, 1968. Vern Hickson, "The Profit and the Lost," The Big Valley, ABC, 1968. "Against a Cold Blank Wall," Then Came Bronson, NBC, 1969. "The Deadly Pact," The F.B.I., ABC, 1970. "The Forge of Hate," The High Chaparral, NBC, 1970. "Arrangement with Terror," The F.B.I., ABC, 1972. Guiterez, "The Exchange," Cannon, CBS, 1974. "To Kill a Tiger," Manhunter, CBS, 1975. "Bird of Prey," Mannix, CBS, 1975. "Counterfeit Killer," Car/be, ABC, 1975. "The Chicago Conspiracy Trial," Hollywood Television Theatre, PBS, 1975. Stevens, "Hit Men," S.W.A.T., ABC, 1975. Joe Becker, "One for the Road," Harry O, ABC, 1975. Ben Forest, "The Fix," Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1975.

LOGGIA • 279 Dimetrios Anapopulis, "Aftershock," McMillan and Wife, NBC, 1975. "Yesterday's Child," Po//ce Woman, NBC, 1976. Johnny, "Snapshot," Cannon, CBS, 1976. Stevens, "Any Second Now," S.W.A.T., ABC, 1976. Paul Terranova, "The Killing Kind," Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1976. Dominic Marcon, "Drought at Indianhead River," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1976. "Wonder Woman vs. Gargantua," Wonder Woman, ABC, 1976. "The Snitch," Switch, CBS, 1977. "Shadow of Doubt," Po//ce Woman, NBC, 1977. "Jaime and the King," The Bionic Woman, ABC, 1977. "Beamer's Last Case," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1977. "Rollback," The Six Million Dollar Man, ABC, 1977. "Rosenthal and Gilda Stern Are Dead," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1978. The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries, ABC, 1978. "How Do I Kill Thee?," Eddie Capra Mysteries, NBC, 1978. "The Groupie," Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1978. "Deadly Fashion," Sword of justice, NBC, 1978. Lou Volt, "The Eleventh Event," Vegas, ABC, 1979. Russ Hendrix, "The Execution File," Hawaii Five-O, CBS, 1979. "Why Won't Linda Die?," Hawaii Five-O, CBS, 1979. "Fool for a Client," Kaz, CBS, 1979. Simon Webster, "The Hunter Hunted," Vega$, ABC, 1980. Michael Durano, "The Male Angel Affair" (also known as "Toni's Boys"), Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1980. "The Hostage," Enos, CBS, 1981. "Rage," Little House: A New Beginning, NBC, 1982. "Return to Nam," Matt Houston, ABC, 1984. "Escape from Nam," Matt Houston, ABC, 1984. Joe Kelluian, "Death Casts a Spell," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1984. Charley, "A Very Happy Ending," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, NBC, 1986. Merce Sugarwater, "Armed Response," Picture Windows, Showtime, 1995. Voice, "Beauty and the Beast: A Tale of the Crimson Flower," Stories from My Childhood (also known as Mikhail Baryshnikov's Stories from My Childhood), PBS, 1997. Appeared as Major Woulman, "Rumors of Evening," Playhouse 90, CBS; also appeared in Kojak, CBS and ABC; and Quincy, M.E. (also known as Qu/ncy), NBC.

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Television Appearances; Pilots: Trusseau, Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1980. Jimmy Bryce, Old Dogs (also known as Two Old Dogs), ABC, 1987. Television Work; Director; Pilots: Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1980. Stage Appearances: Petruchio, The Taming of the Shrew, Wagner College Theatre, Staten Island, New York City, 1948. Frankie Machine, The Man with the Golden Arm, Cherry Lane Theatre, 1955. Julian, Toys in the Attic, Hudson Guild Theatre, New York City, 1960. Solyony, Three Sisters, Morosco Theatre, New York City, 1963, then World Theatre Festival, Aldwych Theatre, London, England, 1964. In the Boom Boom Room, Broadway production, 1973-74. Night of 100 Stars III (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1990. Also appeared in Wedding Band. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, July 26, 1996, p. 10; March 16, 1998, p. 69; March 27, 1998, p. 48. Nat/on, May 24, 1993, pp. 713-715.*

LOWRY, Dick M. PERSONAL Born in Bartlesville (one source says Oklahoma City), OK. Education: Attended the University of Oklahoma; also attended courses at the American Film Institute. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Director and producer. Also worked as a commercial photographer. Member: Directors Guild of America.

CREDITS Television Director; Series: (With Leslie H. Martinson, Ernest Pintoff, Michael Caffey, and others) Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1973-80. (With Daniel Haller, Michael Caffey, Sigmund Neufeld, Jr., and others) Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, NBC, 1979-81. Island Son (also known as The Hawaiian and Kahuna), CBS, 1989-90. Television Work; Director, Unless Otherwise Noted; Movies: The )ayne Mansfield Story (also known as Jayne Mansfield: A Symbol of the 50s), CBS, 1980. Kenny Rogers as the Gambler (also known as The Gambler), CBS, 1980. OHMS (also known as Ohms), CBS, 1980. Angel Dusted, NBC, 1981. Coward of the County, CBS, 1981. A Few Days in Weasel Creek, CBS, 1981. Missing Children—A Mother's Story, CBS, 1982. Rascals and Robbers: The Secret Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Muck Finn, CBS, 1982. And producer, Kenny Rogers as the Cambler: The Adventure Continues, CBS, 1983. Living Proof: The Hank Williams, jr. Story, NBC, 1983. OffSides (also known as Pigs vs. Freaks), NBC, 1984. The Toughest Man in the World, CBS, 1984. Wet Cold, ABC, 1984. Murder with Mirrors (also known as Agatha Christie's Murder with Mirrors), CBS, 1985. And executive producer, Wild Horses, CBS, 1985. And executive producer (with others), Kenny Rogers as the Cambler III: The Legend Continues (also known as Cambler III: The Legend Continues), CBS, 1987. American Harvest (also known as /Above the Fruited Plain, Golden Harvest, and Race against the Harvest), CBS, 1987. In the Line of Duty: The F.B.I. Murders (also known as Bloody Friday and The F.B.I. Murders), NBC, 1988. Case Closed, CBS, 1988. And producer, Unconquered (also known as /nv/ctus), CBS, 1989. Howard Beach: Making a Case for Murder (also known as In the Line of Duty: Howard Beach, Making a Case for Murder and Skin), NBC, 1989. Archie: To Riverdale and Back Again (also known as Archie and Friends, Archie: Return to Riverdale, Archie: To Riverdale and Back, and Weekend Reunion), NBC, 1990.

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Director, Smokey and the Bandit III (also known as Smokey and the Bandit, Part 3 and Smokey Is the Bandit), Universal, 1983. Also directed the short film The Drought. Film Appearances: Sand dumper, Smokey and the Bandit III (also known as Smokey and the Bandit, Part 3 and Smokey Is the Bandit), Universal, 1983.

LUCAS, George 1944PERSONAL Full name, George Walton Lucas, Jr.; born May 14, 1944, in Modesto, CA; son of George Walton, Sr. (a retail merchant) and Dorothy Lucas; married Marcia Griffin (a film editor), February 22, 1969 (divorced, 1983); children: Amanda, Katie, Jett. Education: Modesto Junior College, A.A., 1964; University of Southern California, B.F.A. (cinema), 1966. Addresses: Office—Lucasfilm, Ltd., P.O. Box 2009, San Rafael, CA 94912-2009. Career: Director, producer, and writer. U.S. Information Agency, film editor, 1966; Warner Bros., intern, 1967; Lucasfilm, Ltd., San Rafael, CA, founder, 1971, chairman, 1971—; Industrial Light and Magic (ILM), founder, owner, and president; also founder and owner of Lucas Digital, Ltd. and Lucas Arts Entertainment Co., Skywalker Sound, and a video game company. Awards, Honors: National Student Film Festival Grand Prize, 1967, for THX-1138; Golden Globe Award, best comedy, New York Film Critics Award (with Gloria Katz and Willard Huyck), best screenwriting, National Society of Film Critics Award (with Gloria Katz and Willard Huyck), best screenplay, Bronze Leopard Award, Locarno International Film Festival, Academy Award nominations, best original screenplay (with Gloria Katz and Willard Huyck), and best director, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best director—motion picture, all 1973, for American Graffiti; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, best film, special Hugo Award for Science Fiction Achievement, World Science Fiction Society, Academy Award nominations, best director, best original screenplay, and best picture, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best director—

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motion picture, all 1977, for Star Wars; ShoWest Award, director of the year, 1977; Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, 1992. CREDITS Film Work; Director, Unless Otherwise Noted: And cinematographer and editor, Look at Life (short film), 1965. And cinematographer and editor, Herbie (short film), 1966. And cinematographer and editor, Freiheit (short film), 1966. THX 1138:4EB (short film; also known as Electronic Labyrinth), 1967. The Emperor (short film; documentary), 1967. And cinematographer and editor, /Anyone Lived in a Pretty How Town (short film), 1967. And cinematographer and editor, 6-78-67 (short film), 1967. Assistant director, The Rain People, Warner Bros., 1969. And sound technician and cinematographer, Filmmaker (also known as Filmmaker: A Diary by George Lucas), Zoetrope Studios/Lucasfilm, 1968. And editor, THX-1138, Warner Bros., 1971. American Graffiti, Universal, 1973. And editor (with Marcia Lucas), Star Wars (also known as Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977. Star Wars: Special Edition, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Film Work; Executive Producer, Unless Otherwise Noted: Associate producer, The Rain People, Warner Bros., 1969. Star Wars (also known as Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977. More American Graffiti (also known as Purple Haze), Universal, 1979. The Empire Strikes Back (also known as Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980. (With Akira Kurosawa) Kagemusha (also known as The Double, Kagemusha (The Shadow Warrior), Kagemusha the Shadow Warrior, and Shadow Warrior), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980. (Uncredited) Body Heat, Warner Bros., 1981. (With Howard Kazan]ian) Raiders of the Lost Ark, Paramount, 1981.

Twice upon a Time, Warner Bros., 1983. Return ofthe]edi (also known as Blue Harvest, Revenge ofthejedi, Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, and Star Wars: Episode VI: Revenge ofthe]edi)f Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. (With Frank Marshal I) Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Paramount, 1984. (With Francis Ford Coppola) Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (also known as Mishima), Warner Bros., 1985. Captain Eo, Walt Disney Pictures, 1986. Howard the Duck (also known as Howard: A New Breed of Hero), Universal, 1986. Labyrinth, TriStar, 1986. Star Tours (short film), Walt Disney Pictures, 1987. (With Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall, and Steven Spielberg) The Land Before Time, Universal, 1988. W/7/ovY, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1988. Tucker: The Man and His Dream, Paramount, 1988. (With Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall) Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Paramount, 1989. Wow! (short film), Lucasfilm, 1990. Radioland Murders, Universal, 1994. Star Wars: Special Edition, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. The Empire Strikes Back: Special Edition, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Return of the Jedi: Special Edition, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Star Wars: Episode I—The Phantom Menace (also known as Star Wars: Episode I), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1999. Indiana Jones and the Lost Continent (also known as Indiana Jones IV, Indiana Jones and the Garden of Life, and Raiders of the Fallen Empire), Paramount, forthcoming. Other Film Work: Cinematographer and editor, 1:42:08: A Man and His Car (short film; documentary), 1966. Cinematographer (with others), Gimme Shelter, Columbia, 1970. (Uncredited) Editor, Jurassic Park, Universal, 1993. Film Appearances: Supervisor at spaceport, Star Tours (short film), Walt Disney Pictures, 1987. Himself, The Magical World of Chuck Jones (documentary), Warner Bros., 1992. Disappointed man, Beverly Hills Cop III, Paramount, 1994.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 22 Television Work; Executive Producer; Series: Droids: The Adventures of R2D2 and C3PO (also known as Droids, Ewoks and Droids Adventure Hour, and Star Wars: Droids), ABC, 1985-86. Ewoks (also known as The All New Ewoks, Ewoks and Droids Adventure Hour, and Star Wars: Ewoks)f ABC, 1985-87. The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, ABC, 1992-93. Television Work; Executive Producer; Movies: The Ewok Adventure (also known as Caravan of Courage), ABC, 1984. f woks: The Battle for Endor, ABC, 1985. Television Appearances; Specials: Willow: The Making of an Adventure (documentary), syndicated, 1988. The Hero's Journey (documentary), PBS, 1988. Siskel and Ebert: The Future of the Movies with Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, and Martin Scorsese, syndicated, 1990. Martin Scorsese Directs (documentary), PBS, 1990. Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse (documentary), Showtime, 1991. The 64th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1992. Himself, George Lucas: Heroes, Myths and Magic, 1993. Masters of Illusion: The Wizards of Special Effects, NBC, 1994. Interviewee, Carrie Fisher: The Hollywood Family (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1995. The First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies, HBO, 1995. The American Film Institute Salute to Steven Spielberg, NBC, 1995. Himself, A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese through American Movies, Channel 4, 1995. 5tar Wars: The Magic and the Mystery, 1997. Interviewee, Aliens Invade Hollywood, The Learning Channel, 1997. Television Work; Specials: Producer (with others), Disneyland's 35th Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1990. Television Appearances; Episodic: Future Quest, PBS, 1994. American Cinema, PBS, 1995. WRITINGS Screenplays, Unless Otherwise Noted: Look at Life (short film), 1965.

LUCAS • 283 Herbie (short film), 1966. Freiheit (short film), 1966. 1:42:08: A Man and His Car (short film; documentary), 1966. THX 1138:4EB (short film; also known as Electronic Labyrinth), 1967. /Anyone Lived in a Pretty How Town (short film), 1967. Filmmaker (also known as Filmmaker: A Diary by George Lucas), Zoetrope Studios/Lucasfilm, 1968. (With Walter Murch) THX-1138, Warner Bros., 1971. (With Gloria Katz and Willard Huyck) American Graffiti, Universal, 1973, published by Grove (New York City), 1974. And author of story, Star Wars (also known as Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977, published as Star Wars: From the Adventures of Luke Skywalker, Ballantine (New York City), 1976. More American Graffiti (also known as Purple Haze), Universal, 1979. (With Lawrence Kasdan) And author of story, Return ofthejedi (also known as Blue Harvest, Revenge of the ]edi, Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, and Star Wars: Episode VI: Revenge of the ]edi)f Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Star Wars: Special Edition, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Stories for Films: More American Graffiti (also known as Purple Haze), Universal, 1979. The Empire Strikes Back (also known as Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980. (With others) Raiders of the Lost Ark, Paramount, 1981. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Paramount, 1984. W/7/ovv, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1988. (With others) Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Paramount, 1989. Radioland Murders, Universal, 1994. Star Wars: Episode II, Twentieth Century-Fox, forthcoming. Star Wars: Episode III, Twentieth Century-Fox, forthcoming. Stories for Television; Movies: The Ewok Adventure (also known as Caravan of Courage), ABC, 1984. Ewoks: The Battle for Endor, ABC, 1985.

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Nonfiction: (With Lawrence Kasdan) The Art of the Return of the Jedi, Ballantine, 1980. Novels: (With Chris Claremont) Shadow Moon, Bantam (New York City), 1995. Adaptations: Characters from Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and The Return ofthejedi are the main characters of the animated children's program The Great Heep, ABC, 1986. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Forbes, March 11, 1996, pp. 122-128. Playboy, July, 1997, pp. 118-124.*

LUMLEY Joanna 1946PERSONAL Born May 1, 1946, in Srinagar, Kashmir, India; married Jeremy Lloyd (an actor, director, and writer; divorced); married Steven Barlow; children: one son. Addresses: Contact—Caroline Renton, 23 Crescent Ln., London SW4, England. Career: Actress and writer. Worked as a model in the 1960s. Royal Geographical Society, London, England, lecturer, 1997. Awards, Honors: The Hundred and One Dalmatians named a notable children's recording of 1984 by the American Library Association; honorary Litt.D, University of Kent, 1994; named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire, 1995. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: It's Awfully Bad for Your Eyes, Darling . . . , BBC, 1971. Elaine Perkins, Coronation Street, Granada Television, 1973. General Hospital, Associated Television, 1974-75. Purdey, The New Avengers (also known as Chapeau melon et bottes de cuir), IDTV, 1976-77, CBS, 1978-79. Sapphire, Sapphire and Steel, Associated Television, 1979-82.

Patsy Stone, Absolutely Fabulous (also known as AbFab), BBC-2, 1992-94, Comedy Central, 1994—,CBC, c. 1992—. Kate Swift, Glass Act, [Great Britain], 1994. Voice characterization, The Forgotten Toys (animated), 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Lally Longbridge, The Mistral's Daughter (also known as L'amour en heritage), CBS, 1984. Loretta Stone, A Perfect Hero, PBS, 1992. Television Appearances; Movies: Hitchhiker, The Plank, Thames Television, 1979. Kate, The Weather in the Streets, BBC, 1983. Helen, The Glory Boys, Yorkshire Television, 1984. Oxbridge Blues, Arts and Entertainment, 1986. Sarawak, Travels, PBS, 1989. Lady Drayton, A Ghost in Monte Carlo, TNT, 1990. Voice characterization, The Forgotten Toys (short film; animated), 1995. Mrs. Smiling, Cold Comfort Farm, BBC, 1995. Patsy Stone, Absolutely Fabulous: The Last Shout, Comedy Central, 1997. Mrs. Lovett, The Tale of Sweeney Todd (also known as The Demon Barber), Showtime, 1998. A Rather English Marriage, 1998. Diana Carey-Lew