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Cast (feature film)

1.
Eric Clapton's 2010 Crossroads Guitar Festival (2010)
Legendary guitarist Eric Clapton shares the stage with some of the greatest musicians in the world during a star-studded, extraordinary concert experience.
2.
Days of Thunder (1990)
Cole Trickle (Tom Cruise) certainly appears to have all the right moves both on and off the stock car racing track. His natural talent catches the attention of Tim Dolan (Randy Quaid) who offers him a sponsorship. Grizzled NASCAR veteran Harry Hogge (Robert Duvall) comes on board to smooth out Cole's rough edges and Dr. Claire Lewicki (Nicole Kidman) provides the romance. All Cole needs to do is to discover a little humility. That happens after a track accident makes him rethink his place in the world. Back on the track, Cole brings home the trophy. Plenty of fast-paced race car action in this Tony Scott directed flick.
3.
Lenny Live (1989)
Lenny Henry live in concert at the Hackney Empire.
4.
Twins (1988) as Lead Guitarist
Six men combine their sperm in order for a beautiful woman to give birth to a superior infant. However, when two boys are born, they are separated at birth, and do not meet again until they are adults.
5.
Wall Street (1987) as Investment Banker
A young stockbroker prospers on wall street under the tutelage of a greedy millionaire stockbroker.

Music (feature film)

7.
Pirate Radio (2009)
In Britain 1966 recently expelled student, Carl has been sent by his mother to find some direction in life by visiting his godfather, Quentin. However, Quentin is the boss of Radio Rock, a pirate radio station in the middle of the North Sea, populated by an eclectic crew of rock-and-roll deejays. Li
8.
Observe and Report (2009)
The self-important head of security at a shopping mall squares off in a turf war against local cops.
9.
Stomp the Yard (2007)
When DJ, a troubled youth from Los Angeles, moves to Atlanta to attend Truth University, he discovers "stepping," the age-old style of dance traditionally done in African-American Fraternities, where teams demonstrate complex moves and create rhythmic sounds by using their bodies. DJ's raw talent and hip-hop inspired moves quickly place him at the center of a fierce rivalry between two fraternities, the winner of which will be determined in a front of a sold-out arena at the annual stepping championships. But before he can help his teammates, he must battle his own demons and learn the true meaning of brotherhood.
10.
Across the Universe (2007)
A British boy and an American girl fall in love in the 60's amidst social upheaval.
11.
Stomp the Yard (2007)
When DJ, a troubled youth from Los Angeles, moves to Atlanta to attend Truth University, he discovers "stepping," the age-old style of dance traditionally done in African-American Fraternities, where teams demonstrate complex moves and create rhythmic sounds by using their bodies. DJ's raw talent and hip-hop inspired moves quickly place him at the center of a fierce rivalry between two fraternities, the winner of which will be determined in a front of a sold-out arena at the annual stepping championships. But before he can help his teammates, he must battle his own demons and learn the true meaning of brotherhood.
12.
Paparazzi (2004) as Song Performer ("My Thing")
When overzealous paparazzi photographers cause a car accident that injures the wife and son of hot movie star Bo Laramie, he plots revenge on one of them.
13.
Paparazzi (2004) as Song ("My Thing")
When overzealous paparazzi photographers cause a car accident that injures the wife and son of hot movie star Bo Laramie, he plots revenge on one of them.
14.
Shallow Hal (2001) as Song Performer ("Roy'S Toy")
Meet Hal Larsen, the ultimate shallow guy. The first thing he looks for in a woman is, well, looks. Hal won't even consider dating someone with a less-than-perfect body, smile and sense of style. He pursues only supermodels, beauty queens and centerfolds. But after an impromptu hypnosis by self-help guru Tony Robbins, Hal's view of women makes a 180-degree turn; he now sees their true inner beauty. Enter Rosemary, an overweight Peace Corps volunteer. Hal, envisioning Rosemary's kindness and humor as female physical nirvana, is instantly smitten and an idyllic romance begins. When the spell is broken, Hal must face an unrecognizable Rosemary and learn one of life's most important lessons.
15.
Shallow Hal (2001) as Song
Meet Hal Larsen, the ultimate shallow guy. The first thing he looks for in a woman is, well, looks. Hal won't even consider dating someone with a less-than-perfect body, smile and sense of style. He pursues only supermodels, beauty queens and centerfolds. But after an impromptu hypnosis by self-help guru Tony Robbins, Hal's view of women makes a 180-degree turn; he now sees their true inner beauty. Enter Rosemary, an overweight Peace Corps volunteer. Hal, envisioning Rosemary's kindness and humor as female physical nirvana, is instantly smitten and an idyllic romance begins. When the spell is broken, Hal must face an unrecognizable Rosemary and learn one of life's most important lessons.
16.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) as Song Performer ("Lady")
Journalist Raoul Duke and his lawyer Dr Gonzo drive from LA to Las Vegas on a drugs binge. They nominally cover news stories, including a convention on drug abuse, but also sink deeper into a frightening psychedelic otherworld. As Vietnam, Altamont and the Tate killings impinge from the world of TV
17.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) as Song
Journalist Raoul Duke and his lawyer Dr Gonzo drive from LA to Las Vegas on a drugs binge. They nominally cover news stories, including a convention on drug abuse, but also sink deeper into a frightening psychedelic otherworld. As Vietnam, Altamont and the Tate killings impinge from the world of TV
18.
Little Big League (1994) as Additional Music Producer
Billy Heywood, a twelve-year-old baseball fan, has just inherited the Minnesota Twins from his grandfather. As the new owner and manager, the first since the days of the Philadelphia Athletics, it's up to Billy to pull the team out of its slump, negotiate with some very large egos and somehow get the Twins into the playoffs. Despite the pressure, Billy executes the smartest strategy in the majors--he convinces his players to have fun, and in the process, Billy is forced to rediscover his youth as well.
19.
Little Big League (1994) as Song Performer ("Walk Don'T Run" "Wipeout" "Willie And The Hand Jive")
Billy Heywood, a twelve-year-old baseball fan, has just inherited the Minnesota Twins from his grandfather. As the new owner and manager, the first since the days of the Philadelphia Athletics, it's up to Billy to pull the team out of its slump, negotiate with some very large egos and somehow get the Twins into the playoffs. Despite the pressure, Billy executes the smartest strategy in the majors--he convinces his players to have fun, and in the process, Billy is forced to rediscover his youth as well.
20.
Little Big League (1994) as Additional Music
Billy Heywood, a twelve-year-old baseball fan, has just inherited the Minnesota Twins from his grandfather. As the new owner and manager, the first since the days of the Philadelphia Athletics, it's up to Billy to pull the team out of its slump, negotiate with some very large egos and somehow get the Twins into the playoffs. Despite the pressure, Billy executes the smartest strategy in the majors--he convinces his players to have fun, and in the process, Billy is forced to rediscover his youth as well.
21.
Blue Chips (1994) as Music
a disgruntled college basketball coach is under investigation for the aquisition of several of his players.
22.
Honeymoon In Vegas (1992) as Song Performer ("Hound Dog")
A man decides to marry a girl in vegas even though he promised his mom he would never marry. He also loses his wife before the ceremony.
23.
Pope Must Diet, The (1991) as Music
An unlikely priest finds himself elected Pope through a case of mistaken identity.
24.
Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) as Song Performer ("Situation"); Song Performer ("Sling Shot")
Chaos results when a developer levels the building which housed a purveyor of Gremlins.
25.
Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) as Songs ("Situation" "Sling Shot")
Chaos results when a developer levels the building which housed a purveyor of Gremlins.
26.
Porky's Revenge (1985) as Song Performer ("Sleepwalk")
The students of Angel Beach High and their nemesis Porky square off against each other again. Porky is taking advantage of the fact that the basketball coach has been losing at his casino, and is pressuring him throw the championship game. And the students are intent on getting even with Porky.
27.
Risky Business (1983) as Song Performer ("The Pump")
While his parents are away, a high school student practices his business skills by turning his suburban home into a bordello.
28.
Party, Party (1982) as Song Performer ("Hi Ho Silver Lining")
29.

Cast (special)

30.
Apollo Theater Hall of Fame (1993)
A presentation of the 1st Annual Apollo Theater Hall of Fame.
31.
Spinal Tap Reunion, A (1992)
A special that humorously updates the activities of mock British band, Spinal Tap, since the release of the 1984 documentary-style film "This Is Spinal Tap," directed by Rob Reiner.

Cast (special)

32.
Blues, The (2003) as Interviewee; Musician (Abbey Road Sessions)

Music (special)

33.
Blues, The (2003) as Song Performer ("Rambler'S Blues") (Abbey Road Sessions); Song Performer ("Love Letters") (Abbey Road Sessions); Song Performer ("Goin' Down Slow") (Abbey Road Sessions); Song Performer ("Rollin' & Tumblin'") (Abbey Road Sessions); Song Performer ("Cry Me A River") (Abbey Road Sessions); Song Performer ("That'S All Right Mama") (Abbey Road Sessions); Song Performer ("How Long Blues") (Abbey Road Sessions); Song Performer ("People Get Ready") (Abbey Road Sessions); Song Performer ("Baby What You Want Me To Do?") (Abbey Road Sessions); Song Performer ("Drown In My Own Tears") (Abbey Road Sessions)
34.
Frankie's House (1993) as Music

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