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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Make-Up (feature film)

1.
Car 54, Where Are You? (1994) as Assistant Hair Designer
Film adaptation of the popular 1960s television sitcom, with the bumbling officers from Brooklyn's 53rd precinct attempting to protect a federal witness from the mob.
2.
Quiet Killer (1992)
A television movie about a race against time to stop a deadly outbreak of plague in New York City.
3.
Millennium (1989) as Hairstyles (Prosthetic)
The concept of time travel and the future is brought into play in a story centering on a mid-air collision of two passenger jetliners and the resultant investigation into the disaster.
4.
Friday the 13th Part VIII - Jason Takes Manhattan (1989) as Hairstyles
New York City has the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty and now an undead killing machine with a hockey mask and a machete. Jason hitches a ride on a boat filled with graduating high school kids and winds up turning the streets of Manhattan red.
5.
Liberators, The (1987)
Two young men, one white, one black, together lead runaway slaves on the dangerous journey from the American South to freedom in Canada in the years preceding the Civil War. John Fairchild, a member of the white plantation class in Virginia, and his best friend Bill Jackson, a slave, travel together
6.
Right of the People (1986)
The dramatic change which occurs when an American city passes a local law allowing people to carry guns for self-defense after a holdup becomes a massacre, is examined in this television movie.
7.
High Price of Passion, The (1986)
The sordid true tale of a Tufts University professor who becomes obsessed with a prostitute and is driven to murder, as recounted in Russell M. Glitman's book, is enacted by Richard Crenna, at the head of a lengthy Canadian cast. Tufts officials doubtless were unnerved to discover that in this rathe
8.
Popeye Doyle (1986)
Tough New York detective "Popeye" Doyle (from the Oscar-winning 1971 movie, "The French Connection") reappears on the streets of New York City, this time caught up in a murder case with international implications that could upset the balance of power in the Middle East. This television movie was or
9.
Easy Prey (1986)
A young California girl struggles for survival after being abducted by the leading suspect in a string of rape-murders. When 16-year-old Tina Risico is abducted by Christopher Wilder at a shopping mall, her behavior surprises him. She does not beg or plead for her life--the kind of behavior that i
10.
Hearst and Davies Affair, The (1985)
Slick but suoerficial dramatization of the scandalous, long-time love affair between the powerful but married publisher and the chorus girl he helped turn into a Ziegfeld star and '30s film personality. Mitchum played Mitchum here although the script called him William Randolph Heart and British sta
11.
Sins Of Dorian Gray, The (1983)
This contemporary retelling of Oscar Wilde's macabre tale is given a change of sex with Dorian now a beautiful, never-aging model. Anthony Perkins is the evil fashion world manipulator who leads her into a life of corruption, and Joseph Bottoms is her lover who has deserted his pregnant wife for her
12.
Strange Brew (1983) as Hairstyles
The screen debut of SCTV's beer guzzling MacKenzie brothers as they battle over a case of beer with a powerful brewmaster who is trying to take over the world.
13.
Terry Fox Story, The (1983)
Young Canadian athlete Terry Fox's cross-country Marathon of Hope after losing a leg to cancer was dramatized in this movie heralded as the first made exclusively for HBO. Filmed in Canada with a basically local cast and crew (and Eric Fryer making his acting debut as Fox), it had two actors from th
14.
Middle Age Crazy (1980) as Hairstyles

Make-Up (feature film)

15.
Family Pictures (1993)
Based on Sue Miller's novel, "Family Pictures," a loving family must find the strength and courage to stay together when forced to deal with the exceptional needs of an autistic child.
16.
Woman on the Run: The Lawrencia Bembenek Story (1993)
A two-part miniseries about former police cadet and prison-escapee Lawrencia Bembenek's battle against her murder conviction for the killing of her husband's ex-wife.
17.
Hands of a Stranger (1987)
An ambitious, recently-promoted narcotics inspector becomes obsessed with discovering the truth about the rape of his pretty, neglected wife, while becoming involved romantically with an equally ambitious woman DA. Filmed in Vancouver with, aside from the three leads and one or two others, an all-Ca

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