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Paquin, Anna Biography




biography of Paquin, Anna

Anna Helene Paquin
24 July 1982, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
5' 5"
Anna Paquin is the star of several major motion pictures, including her first Oscar winning performance in _The Piano (1993)_ (qv), the role of the young Jane in the film _Jane Eyre (1996)_ (qv), and the role of Amy Alden in the charming family film _Fly Away Home (1996)_ (qv). With a well-developed vocabulary and gentle sense of humor, Paquin proves herself to be the most enchanting young talent working today. Paquin's rising stardom has often been a cause of charming media shyness, where it is obvious that she is an ordinary girl who happens to posses an extraordinary talent. She has two agents, Gail Cowan in New Zealand, and the William Morris agency in Los Angeles, but neither these nor her parents have much influence in deciding what she films. "In the end", she says, "it's my decision". Paquin's parents separated while she was filming _Fly Away Home (1996)_ (qv) in Canada. On Oscar night in 1993, Anna Paquin was the surprise (and surprised) winner of the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She stood, wide-eyed and gulping for breath at the microphone for a full twenty-something-odd seconds before delivering a gracious, though rather breathless thank-you speech.
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Anna Paquin, the young Canadian who grew up in New Zealand and whose only acting experience was as a skunk at a school play, stunned moviegoers from all over the world with her performance as 'Holly Hunter' (qv)'s angry young daughter in the acclaimed film _The Piano (1993)_ (qv). Anna, who received an Oscar for her performance (the second youngest Academy Award winner ever), has proven that _The Piano (1993)_ (qv) was only the beginning of a fabulous career. She starred in 'Carroll Ballard' (qv)'s _Fly Away Home (1996)_ (qv) and in 'Franco Zeffirelli' (qv)'s _Jane Eyre (1996)_ (qv). After her parents' divorce, she moved to Los Angeles with her mother and sister in order to pursue more actively a career in acting. Soon enough, she made the transition from child-actress to teenage actress with her performance in _Hurlyburly (1998)_ (qv) alongside 'Sean Penn (I)' (qv), 'Kevin Spacey' (qv) and 'Meg Ryan' (qv) and in _A Walk on the Moon (1999)_ (qv) alongside 'Diane Lane (I)' (qv), 'Viggo Mortensen' (qv) and 'Liev Schreiber' (qv). Paquin, who has become an expert at portraying troubled teenagers, then starred in the popular science fiction film _X-Men (2000)_ (qv). The same year, she also appeared in films such as 'Cameron Crowe (I)' (qv)'s _Almost Famous (2000)_ (qv) and 'Gus Van Sant' (qv)'s _Finding Forrester (2000)_ (qv). Anna, who was a student at Columbia University, moved to New York City and began a new career as a stage actress appearing both in New York and London.
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-   'Stephen Moyer (I)' (qv) (21 August 2010 - present); 2 children


-   Gap in teeth

-   Husky voice

-   Petite figure


-   She is a vegetarian.

-   (1997) While filming the movie _Amistad (1997)_ (qv) in Montreal during the summer, she made a side-trip to Toronto to film 5 TV commercials for the telephone company of her old hometown in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. She delivers the commercials in a variety of costumes in her Canadian accent rather than her New Zealand one.

-   She keeps her Oscar in her bedroom closet so her friends won't see it and feel the need to comment on it.

-   She enjoys photography.

-   Family moved to New Zealand when Anna was 4.

-   Has an older brother, 'Andrew Paquin' (qv), a film producer, with whom she was working on _Blue State (2007)_ (qv), and a sister, Katya.

-   Father, Brian, is a physical education teacher. Mother, Mary, is an English teacher.

-   Her parents are divorced.

-   Hobbies: rugby; running; playing the piano; singing; gymnastics; swimming; downhill skiing; reading and knitting.

-   Enjoys listening to alternative music and plays the cello.

-   When she was younger, she wanted to be the Prime Minister of New Zealand, or a lawyer.

-   She has 2 cats and 1 dog.

-   Speaks French.

-   Graduated from Windward School in West Los Angeles, California in June 2000; she completed the school's community service requirement by working in an LA soup kitchen and at a special education center.

-   (2002) One of Teen People Magazine's "25 Hottest Stars under 25".

-   College classmate of 'Julia Stiles' (qv) at Columbia University.

-   Is a fan of the alternative rock band 'Nine Inch Nails' (qv) and 'The Beatles' (qv).

-   She was the original choice to play the character of Enola in 'Kevin Costner' (qv)'s _Waterworld (1995)_ (qv) but, eventually, the role fell to 'Tina Majorino' (qv).

-   (2005) Attending Columbia University.

-   When on a talk show, the host told her he would give her $10,000 if she could shoot a basketball into a hoop. She did, but he refused to pay. After bad press, he gave her the money which she donated to charity.

-   Played the daughter of 'Jeff Daniels (I)' (qv) in _Fly Away Home (1996)_ (qv) and then his romantic partner in _The Squid and the Whale (2005)_ (qv) nine years later.

-   Was number 93 on VH1's _"The Greatest" (1998) {100 Greatest Kid Stars}_ (qv).

-   Has kept in close contact with 'Shawn Ashmore' (qv) (Iceman/Bobby Drake) and 'Aaron Stanford' (qv) (John Allerdyce/Pyro) after filming _X2 (2003)_ (qv).

-   Though she was born in Canada, she considers herself a Kiwi from New Zealand since she grew up there.

-   Ranked #50 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 Women of 2008 list.

-   Announced her engagement to 'Stephen Moyer (I)' (qv), having been in a relationship since February 2009 after meeting on the set of _"True Blood" (2008)_ (qv), after he proposed to her on a beach in Hawaii (5 August 2009).

-   Among the guests at her wedding to 'Stephen Moyer (I)' (qv) were 'Alan Ball (I)' (qv), 'Ryan Kwanten' (qv), 'Sam Trammell' (qv), 'Rutina Wesley' (qv), 'Carrie Preston (I)' (qv) and 'Elijah Wood' (qv).

-   Mentioned on _"Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) {(#16.176)}_ (qv) that she had recently seen her first movie _The Piano (1993)_ (qv) for the first time in her life.

-   Went to Columbia University in New York, but left after a year and did not graduate in order to pursue acting.

-   Stepmother of 'Stephen Moyer (I)' (qv)'s children Billy (b. 2000) and Lilac (b. 2002).

-   Was ranked #84 on Maxim magazine's Hot 100 Women of 2010 list.

-   Ranked #51 in the 2011 FHM Australia list of "100 Sexiest Women in the World".

-   She is naturally brunette but has kept her hair blonde since she started playing Sookie Stackhouse on _"True Blood" (2008)_ (qv).

-   Was 6 months pregnant with her twins when she completed filming the 5th season of _"True Blood" (2008)_ (qv).

-   Gave birth to twins (her 1st and 2nd children) at age 30, a son and a daughter. Children's father is her husband, 'Stephen Moyer (I)' (qv).


-   TV commercial for Manitoba Telecom Services (1997).

-   (October 30 - December 22, 2001) Starring as Lisa in 'Rebecca Gilman' (qv)'s off- Broadway play "The Glory of Living", directed by 'Philip Seymour Hoffman' (qv). Won a Theatre World Award for her performance and was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for best leading actress in a play.

-   (February - April 2002) Starring as Jessica Goldman in the West End play "This Is Our Youth" alongside 'Jake Gyllenhaal' (qv) and 'Hayden Christensen' (qv) in London, England.

-   (February 15 - March 14, 2004) Starring as Jenny in the off-Broadway play "Roulette", alongside 'Larry Bryggman' (qv), 'Shawn Hatosy' (qv), 'Ana Gasteyer' (qv) and 'Leslie Lyles' (qv).

-   Starred with 'Jeffrey Carlson (II)' (qv) in the "Manuscript" in the first 2003 offering of "The Cape Cod Theatre Project", the nine-year-old summer theatre festival (July 10, 11, 12 2003).

-   She was featured in the June 16, 2003 Manhattan Theatre Club reading of "Drug Buddy", by 'David Folwell' (qv), as part of MTC's 6@6 series of rehearsed readings.

-   (May 2004) Starring in 'Neil LaBute' (qv)'s play "The Distance From Here" at The Duke, alongside 'Mark Webber (I)' (qv), 'Melissa Leo' (qv), 'Josh Charles (I)' (qv), 'Logan Marshall-Green' (qv) and 'Alison Pill' (qv). The play will be directed by 'Michael Grief' (qv). The cast was awarded with a special Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Ensemble Performance.

-   (March 2005): Plays Julie in "After Ashley", a play by 'Gina Gionfriddo' (qv) (Vineyard Theatre, New York City, New York, USA).

-   Starred in the September 2004 production of the "24 Hour Plays" at the American Airlines Theatre.


-   None of the characters I've played are really like me. That would be boring. It wouldn't be acting.

-   Everything about being a teenager and not feeling like you fit in is just magnified by being a mutant!

-   If I don't do laundry today, I'm gonna have to buy new clothes tomorrow.

-   There are very few films or plays or anything about really happy people with perfect lives. Everyone is usually screwed up in some way and that is usually where the work comes in - figuring out how to make it believable and make it real to present someone's problems that you don't necessarily actually know anything about. I mean it is not challenging to be happy all the time. I don't think I could do it!

-   I just do what feels right. I think the great thing about getting to do what I do is that you can try out being a different person without having to screw up your life to do it.

-   I'm not very political. I'm also not American and I don't get to vote so my feelings are not really relevant.

-   You'll live a full and happy life if your pursue things you think are important and live the life you want to live.


-   (January 2003) Returning to continue her studies at Columbia University in New York.

-   (May 2004) Starring in 'Neil LaBute' (qv)'s Off-Broadway play, "The Distance from Here."

-   (February 2005) Starring in the Off-Broadway production of "After Ashley".

-   (April 2006) Filming _Blue State (2007)_ (qv) in Canada.

-   (2007) Working on _"True Blood" (2008)_ (qv), an HBO series.

-   (February 2010) Working on _"True Blood" (2008)_ (qv).


-   _"True Blood" (2008)_ (qv) -> $75,000/episode


-   "Widescreen" (Germany), 4 October 2006, Iss. 11/2006, pg. 59, by: Emanuel Bergmann, "Es ist nicht leicht, vor der Kamera erwachsen zu werden"

-   "Premiere" (USA), Women In Hollywood Issue 2000, by: Robert Abele, "Ballad of a Teenage Queen"

-   "Detour" (USA), April 1999, by: Peter Davis, "Anna Paquin: Wallflower"

-   "Venice" (USA), January 1999, by: Jose Martinez, "Anna Paquin!"

-   "React" (USA), May 10, 1999, by: Marisa Fox, "Anna's Balancing Act: Actress Anna Paquin Finds Time for Fame and Friends. "

-   "Chicago Tribune" (USA), April 29, 1999, by: Jane Wollman Rusoff, "Fast Forward Anna Paquin Has Quickly Made The Move From Tot to Tart in Her Movie Roles"

-   "The Daily Telegraph" (UK), November 27, 1999, by: Katrina Onstad, "The Natural"

-   "The Los Angeles Times" (USA), January 11,1994, by: Elaine Dutka, "A Young Star is Born in the Piano"


-   "TV Guide" (USA), 13 April 2009, Vol. 57, Iss. 15, pg. 28-29, by: Ileane Rudolph, "A True Heroine"

-   "Parade" (USA), 3 August 2003, pg. 22, by: James Brady, "In Step With: Anna Paquin"

-   "People Weekly" (USA), 8 April 2002, pg. 114, "One Year Later...From Winner to Presenter"

-   "Premiere" (Czech Republic), March 2001, Vol. 2, Iss. 3, pg. 124, by: Darek Smíd, "Anna Paquin na pokraji slávy"

-   "The Dominion" (New Zealand), January 3,1998, "Anna Comes of Age in Hollywood"


-   "Celebrity Skin" (USA), 2012, Iss. 12, pg. 28-29, by: editor, "The Girls of True Blood: Anna Paquin"

-   "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 2010, Iss. 64, pg. 20-23, by: staff, "Tele-Visions 19: Fangs For The Mammaries: Anna Paquin"

-   "Celebrity Skin" (USA), January 2009, Vol. 31, Iss. 186, pg. 20-21, "Fresh Flesh: Anna Paquin"

-   "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 2007, Iss. 49, pg. 76-79, by: staff, "Anatomy Awards 11: The Piano"

-   "Maxim" (USA), May 2001, Iss. Special, pg. 8, by: Yariv Milchan, "Maxim Hot 100 - 2001: #69"

-   "Premiere" (Czech Republic), March 2001, Vol. 2, Iss. 3, pg. 125, by: Norman Jean Roy/Corbis Outline


-   "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), 1 July 2011, Iss. 1161

-   "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), 1 July 2011

-   "Health" (USA), June 2011

-   "Dazed & Confused" (USA), January 2011

-   "Rolling Stone" (USA), 2 September 2010

-   "Tv Guide" (USA), 2 August 2010

-   "Venice" (USA), August 2010

-   "Self" (USA), July 2010

-   "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), 18 June 2010

-   "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 2010, Iss. 64

-   "Stella (The Sunday Telegraph)" (UK), 4 October 2009

-   "Nylon" (USA), September 2009

-   "TV Guide" (USA), 15 June 2009, Vol. 27, Iss. 25

-   "Hamptons" (USA), May 2009

-   "H Magazine" (USA), September 2008

-   "Boston Common" (USA), December 2007

-   "Premiere" (USA), May 2006

-   "Parade" (USA), 3 August 2003

-   "Fashion 18" (Canada), Summer 2003

-   "Nylon" (USA), October 2000

-   "Tv Guide" (USA), 15 July 2000

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Acting in movies

  1. X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)
  2. Black Wings Has My Angel (2013)
  3. Free Ride (2013)
  4. Straight A's (2013)
  5. "True Blood" (2008) {(#6.1)}
  6. "Chelsea Lately" (2007) {(#6.90)}
  7. "Chelsea Lately" (2007) {(#6.98)}
  8. "HBO World Championship Boxing" (1973) {(2012-06-09)}
  9. "True Blood" (2008) {Authority Always Wins (#5.2)}
  10. "True Blood" (2008) {Everybody Wants to Rule the World (#5.9)}
  11. "True Blood" (2008) {Gone, Gone, Gone (#5.10)}
  12. "True Blood" (2008) {Hopeless (#5.6)}
  13. "True Blood" (2008) {In the Beginning (#5.7)}
  14. "True Blood" (2008) {Let's Boot and Rally (#5.5)}
  15. "True Blood" (2008) {Save Yourself (#5.12)}
  16. "True Blood" (2008) {Somebody That I Used to Know (#5.8)}
  17. "True Blood" (2008) {Sunset (#5.11)}
  18. "True Blood" (2008) {Turn! Turn! Turn! (#5.1)}
  19. "True Blood" (2008) {We'll Meet Again (#5.4)}
  20. "True Blood" (2008) {Whatever I Am, You Made Me (#5.3)}
  21. Flying Into Love (2011) {{SUSPENDED}}
  22. Margaret (2011/I)
  23. Scream 4 (2011)
  24. The Carrier (2011)
  25. The Road Back (2011) {{SUSPENDED}}
  26. "Phineas and Ferb" (2007) {The Curse of Candace/That's the Spirit! (#3.13)}
  27. "True Blood" (2008) {And When I Die (#4.12)}
  28. "True Blood" (2008) {Burning Down the House (#4.10)}
  29. "True Blood" (2008) {Cold Grey Light of Dawn (#4.7)}
  30. "True Blood" (2008) {I Wish I Was the Moon (#4.6)}
  31. "True Blood" (2008) {I'm Alive and on Fire (#4.4)}
  32. "True Blood" (2008) {Let's Get Out of Here (#4.9)}
  33. "True Blood" (2008) {Me and the Devil (#4.5)}
  34. "True Blood" (2008) {She's Not There (#4.1)}
  35. "True Blood" (2008) {Soul of Fire (#4.11)}
  36. "True Blood" (2008) {Spellbound (#4.8)}
  37. "True Blood" (2008) {You Smell Like Dinner (#4.2)}
  38. 16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2010) (TV)
  39. Castle in the Sky: Character Sketches (2010) (V)
  40. Castle in the Sky: Creating 'Castle in the Sky' (2010) (V)
  41. Castle in the Sky: The World of Laputa (2010) (V)
  42. Open House (2010)
  43. Scream Awards 2010 (2010) (TV)
  44. The 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards (2010) (TV)
  45. The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards (2010) (TV)
  46. The Romantics (2010)
  47. "A Drop of True Blood" (2010) {Jason (#1.6)}
  48. "A Drop of True Blood" (2010) {Sookie, Tara & Lafayette (#1.3)}
  49. "Chelsea Lately" (2007) {(2010-07-21)}
  50. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2010-06-09)}
  51. "True Blood" (2008) {9 Crimes (#3.4)}
  52. "True Blood" (2008) {Bad Blood (#3.1)}
  53. "True Blood" (2008) {Beautifully Broken (#3.2)}
  54. "True Blood" (2008) {Everything Is Broken (#3.9)}
  55. "True Blood" (2008) {Evil Is Going On (#3.12)}
  56. "True Blood" (2008) {Fresh Blood (#3.11)}
  57. "True Blood" (2008) {Hitting the Ground (#3.7)}
  58. "True Blood" (2008) {I Got a Right to Sing the Blues (#3.6)}
  59. "True Blood" (2008) {I Smell a Rat (#3.10)}
  60. "True Blood" (2008) {It Hurts Me Too (#3.3)}
  61. "True Blood" (2008) {Night on the Sun (#3.8)}
  62. "True Blood" (2008) {Trouble (#3.5)}
  63. Metamorphosis (2009) {{SUSPENDED}}
  64. Premio Donostia a Ian McKellen (2009) (TV)
  65. Scream Awards 2009 (2009) (TV)
  66. The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards (2009) (TV)
  67. The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler (2009) (TV)
  68. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2009-01-12)}
  69. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2009-06-10)}
  70. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2009-11-25)}
  71. "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" (2009) {(#1.80)}
  72. "Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) {(#16.176)}
  73. "The Graham Norton Show" (2007) {(#6.12)}
  74. "The Graham Norton Show" (2007) {(#6.2)}
  75. "True Blood" (2008) {Beyond Here Lies Nothin' (#2.12)}
  76. "True Blood" (2008) {Frenzy (#2.11)}
  77. "True Blood" (2008) {Hard-Hearted Hannah (#2.6)}
  78. "True Blood" (2008) {I Will Rise Up (#2.9)}
  79. "True Blood" (2008) {Keep This Party Going (#2.2)}
  80. "True Blood" (2008) {Never Let Me Go (#2.5)}
  81. "True Blood" (2008) {New World in My View (#2.10)}
  82. "True Blood" (2008) {Nothing But the Blood (#2.1)}
  83. "True Blood" (2008) {Release Me (#2.7)}
  84. "True Blood" (2008) {Scratches (#2.3)}
  85. "True Blood" (2008) {Shake and Fingerpop (#2.4)}
  86. "True Blood" (2008) {Timebomb (#2.8)}
  87. Oscar, que empiece el espectáculo (2008) (TV)
  88. True Blood-Lines: A New Type (2008) (TV)
  89. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2008-09-03)}
  90. "Sidewalks Entertainment" (1988) {Oscar Winners (#18.19)}
  91. "True Blood" (2008) {Burning House of Love (#1.7)}
  92. "True Blood" (2008) {Cold Ground (#1.6)}
  93. "True Blood" (2008) {Escape from Dragon House (#1.4)}
  94. "True Blood" (2008) {I Don't Wanna Know (#1.10)}
  95. "True Blood" (2008) {Mine (#1.3)}
  96. "True Blood" (2008) {Plaisir d'amour (#1.9)}
  97. "True Blood" (2008) {Sparks Fly Out (#1.5)}
  98. "True Blood" (2008) {Strange Love (#1.1)}
  99. "True Blood" (2008) {The First Taste (#1.2)}
  100. "True Blood" (2008) {The Fourth Man in the Fire (#1.8)}
  101. "True Blood" (2008) {To Love Is to Bury (#1.11)}
  102. "True Blood" (2008) {You'll Be the Death of Me (#1.12)}
  103. Blue State (2007)
  104. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (2007) (TV)
  105. Mosaic (2007) (V)
  106. The Teen Choice Awards 2007 (2007) (TV)
  107. Trick 'r Treat (2007)
  108. The 60th Annual Tony Awards (2006) (TV)
  109. X-Men: Evolution of a Trilogy (2006) (V)
  110. X-Men: The Excitement Continues (2006) (V)
  111. X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)
  112. "Corazón de..." (1997) {(2006-05-24)}
  113. "HypaSpace" (2002) {(#5.103)}
  114. "Last Call with Carson Daly" (2002) {(2006-05-24)}
  115. "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee" (1988) {(2006-06-05)}
  116. "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" (2005) {(#2.149)}
  117. Joan of Arc (2005) (TV)
  118. The Squid and the Whale (2005)
  119. "Cinema mil" (2005) {(#1.10)}
  120. Suchîmubôi (2004)
  121. The 58th Annual Tony Awards (2004) (TV)
  122. "Last Call with Carson Daly" (2002) {(2004-03-04)}
  123. "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee" (1988) {(2004-12-08)}
  124. Spike Lee's '25th Hour': The Evolution of an American Filmmaker (2003) (V)
  125. The Second Uncanny Issue of X-Men! Making 'X2' (2003) (V)
  126. The Uncanny Suspects (2003) (V)
  127. The Visual Effects of X-Men (2003) (V)
  128. X-Factor: The Look of 'X-Men' (2003) (V)
  129. X-Men Production Scrapbook (2003) (V)
  130. X2 (2003)
  131. "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (1993) {(2003-07-23)}
  132. "The View" (1997) {(2003-03-02)}
  133. "The View" (1997) {(2003-05-02)}
  134. 25th Hour (2002)
  135. 8th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2002) (TV)
  136. Darkness (2002)
  137. "Last Call with Carson Daly" (2002) {(2002-12-20)}
  138. "Liquid News" (2000) {(2002-03-25)}
  139. "The Daily Show" (1996) {Anna Paquin (#7.72)}
  140. Behind the Scenes: 'Almost Famous' - Postcards from the Road (2001) (V)
  141. Behind the Scenes: Finding Forrester (2001) (V)
  142. Breaking the Silence: The Making of 'Hannibal' (2001) (V)
  143. Buffalo Soldiers (2001)
  144. 2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards (2000) (TV)
  145. Almost Famous (2000)
  146. Finding Forrester (2000)
  147. X-Men (2000)
  148. "HBO First Look" (1992) {Finding Forrester (#7.23)}
  149. "The Daily Show" (1996) {Anna Paquin (#5.1)}
  150. 5th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (1999) (TV)
  151. A Walk on the Moon (1999)
  152. All the Rage (1999)
  153. She's All That (1999)
  154. "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" (1996) {(1999-03-31)}
  155. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(1999-03-24)}
  156. Hurlyburly (1998)
  157. The 70th Annual Academy Awards (1998) (TV)
  158. Amistad (1997)
  159. The Member of the Wedding (1997) (TV)
  160. Fly Away Home (1996)
  161. Jane Eyre (1996)
  162. "HBO First Look" (1992) {'Fly Away Home': Leading the Flock (#3.6)}
  163. "Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) {(1996-04-01)}
  164. The 67th Annual Academy Awards (1995) (TV)
  165. The 66th Annual Academy Awards (1994) (TV)
  166. The Piano (1993)
  167. Tenkû no shiro Rapyuta (1986)

Movies Produced

  1. Free Ride (2013) (producer)
  2. Blue State (2007) (executive producer)
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