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Birth Place: Profession: Make-Up ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Make-Up (feature film)

1.
3000 Miles to Graceland (2001)
Fresh out of prison, seasoned criminal Michael Zane wastes no time setting up his next big heist by joining up with a new gang led by his old friend and partner-in-crime, Thomas Murphy. Along with Hanson, Franklin and Gus, the boys plan a daring raid on the Riviera Hotel Casino in Las Vegas during International Elvis Week. Decked out in high collars, glittering belted jumpsuits and sideburns for miles, the gang hits the strip in search of their jackpot. But, blinded by the dollar signs in their eyes, they fail to see that their main obstacle will not be security, but each other's greed, not to mention the unexpected meddling of the scheming Cybil and her larcenous son Jesse, who get caught up in the middle of the feuding felons as their grand scheme begins to go bankrupt.
2.
Bubble Boy (2001) as Makeup Effects Artist
Although hermetically sealed in a plastic bubble to prevent contact with germs, a young man nevertheless breaks out with only 36 hours to stop the girl of his dreams from marrying someone else.
3.
Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas, The (2000) as Hair Stylist
The Flintstones in their mid twenties, as they journey through Rock Vegas, eventually ending in the wedding of Fred and Wilma.
4.
Passing Glory (1999)
Idealistic young black priest Joseph Verrett uses the basketball court to challenge the social conventions of New Orleans in the early 1960s by setting up a sanctioned game between the black parochial school where he coaches and a white parochial prep school.
5.
Balloon Farm (1999)
Based on Jerdine Nolen's children's book about a man named Harvey Potter who moves to drought-stricken Watertown and plants a crop on his barren land. To the amazement of the townspeople, his field yields a bumper crop of magical, colorful balloons. The people believe that this is a hopeful sign tha
6.
Air Force One (1997)
The President of the United States, James Marshall, takes a tough anti-terrorist stance and then becomes a hostage himself when Air Force One is taken over by terrorists from Kazakhstan, led by Ivan Korshunov, who demand the release of their fascistic leader General Radek. The President seems to escape from the plane in an emergency capsule yet is actually hiding on board. He silently kills a member of the terrorist group before establishing contact with F-15's to engage the hijacked plane. As passengers escape by parachute, Marshall is captured by Ivan and forced to release General Radek, setting in motion an international incident.
7.
Men in Black (1997)
A hot-shot police officer gets mixed up in an alien invasion.
8.
Trial and Error (1997)
A contempt-of-court comedy about an actor who poses as an attorney to defend a man on trial for fraud. When a bachelor party leaves Charlie a babbling mess on the morning of a career-making-or-breaking legal appearance, his best friend, an out-of-work actor named Richard, takes "the law" into his own hands.
9.
Postman, The (1997) as Key Hairstylist
Set some 20 years in the future after the devastating Second Civil War, the story revolves around a drifter who unwittingly becomes a national hero. On the run from an evil and oppressive sect known as the Holns, the drifter retreats to the woods of the Northwestern U.S. and assumes the identity of a postal employee when he inadvertantly stumbles upon a wrecked postal vehicle. Although the United States government has long been disbanded, The Postman begins to deliver the mail - providing a sense of hope to the frightened locals who have for too long lived under the Holn's oppressive ways.
10.
Tin Cup (1996) as Key Hair Stylist
If Roy "Tin Cup" McAvoy had played it safe, he might have been golfing on the pro tour instead of giving lessons at a driving range in the tiny West Texas town of Salome. And he wouldn't be sacrificing his dignity to David Simms, a PGA star and longtime rival, by accepting a job as his caddie. Roy should have controlled what his best friend, Romeo Posar, called his "inner demons." When Dr. Molly Griswold walked onto his green, he should have settled for giving the lady psychologist golf lessons and never allowed himself to fall in love with her. But something about Molly's rational mind, her sharp wit, and her long legs makes it clear to Tin Cup that once again, he's not going to play it safe. Even though she's already Simms' girlfriend. Roy has to win Molly with a gesture so grand that nothing less than her undying adoration would be an appropriate response. And suddenly, inspiration strikes: All Roy has to do is win the U.S. Open - the most difficult tournament in the pro golfing world.
11.
Waterworld (1995) as Hair Stylist
In a world completely covered by water, a lone band of humans search for land using a girl who has a mysterious map tattoed on her back.
12.
Champions Forever (1989) as Hair Design (Los Angeles)
Examines the lives and careers of five all-time great boxers: Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, Ken Norton, Larry Holmes, and George Foreman.
13.
Chameleons (1989)
Two cousins search for their grandfather's murderer. They learn that their grandfather had been leading a double life. By day, he was the respected owner of a newspaper; by night, he was the "Paraclete of Justice," fighting crime wherever he happened to find it.
14.
Guilty Conscience (1985)
Levinson & Link's cerebral thriller about a philandering attorney, debating with his alter ego assorted devious plans to do away with high-minded wife for the sake of his calculating mistress, while each has her own plans to do him in, provided the setting for this elegant if somewhat talky three-pe
15.
Sweet Revenge (1984)
The sweet revenge is by a girl whose brother years earlier had been destroyed by a fellow army officer and who now, fourteen years later, comes face to face with the man, a highly decorated career soldier, responsible for his death, and, unaware of the girl's identity, makes a play for her. Kevin Do
16.
Bustin' Loose (1981) as Hairstyles
Because ex-con Joe Braxton is a good mechanic, his parole officer sends him to see Vivian Perry, whose school for emotionally disturbed children is going to be closed because of lack of funds. Vivian wants to move her eight students out of urban Philadelphia and into the natural environment of a Wasington State farm. Joe is hired to fix the school's bus and drive them all across country. At first reluctant, Joe eventually bonds with the kids. And although the vulgar Joe and proper Vivian intially clash, the two of them become attracted to each other during the trip.
17.
Zoot Suit (1981) as Hairstyles
In 1940s Los Angeles, members of a Mexican-American gang, and their leader Henry Reyna, are accused of murder. Although there is insufficient evidence for a fair trial, they are convicted and sent to San Quentin prison. While part of the defense team continues to fight against this misjustice, one o

Make-Up (special)

18.
Salute to America's Pets, A (1991) as Hair
A special featuring pets and their celebrity owners. Includes a tribute to Lassie and to pets that have performed heroically.

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