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Cast (feature film)

1.
You Don't Know Jack (2010)
Biopic about Dr. Jack Kevorkian's crusade for a patient's right to a doctor-assisted suicide and the 8-year prison sentence he served because of it.
2.
Sex and the City (2008)
Carrie Bradshaw, successful author and everyone's favorite fashion icon-next-door, continues to narrate her own story about sex, love and the fashion-obsessed single woman in New York City. Carrie and her friends, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda, juggle jobs and relationships while navigating mothe
3.
First Born (2007)
A young mother, having just given birth and relocated to a remote house, begins to think her home is haunted by the ghost of a teenage girl who lived there before.
4.
Imaginary Heroes (2004) as Cast
Following a sobering family tragedy, the Travises go to pieces. Teenaged son Tim, the black sheep of the family, walks through his life like it's a bad dream. His father Ben begins treating his wife and children like strangers and completely disengages from the world around him, while his mother San
5.
Thirteen Days (2000) as Dean Rusk
As viewed through the eyes of a presidential aide, an inside look at the intense high stakes battle that raged within the U.S. government -- between the Kennedys, the CIA and the Pentagon -- as the world stood at the brink of nuclear war. The true story focuses on how President Kennedy, his brother Bobby, and the U.S. government responded to the discovery of offensive nuclear weapons in Cuba--and the life-or-death tug-of-war that ensued between the U.S. and U.S.S.R. during those thirteen days of crisis in October 1962. The political saga moves from battles in the White House to the skies above Cuba, where U.S. planes dodge Soviet fire; to the high seas, where a showdown between the U.S. and Soviet naval ships threatens to trigger war; to the massive military preparations that presage war.
6.
Tavern, The (1999) as Costumer No 1
When best friends Ronnie and Dave decide to open a new Manhattan restaurant together, neither of them really know what they're getting into. Soon Dave loses his day job and Ronnie loses all his free time. Problems develop in their friendship as the two entrepreneurs try to grapple with the new respo
7.
Curve, The (1998) as Chancellor C Alexander
A group of college kids resorts to murder in order to get ahead in their careers. They can only get into Harvard with straight As, and the only way they can see that happening is through a college rule that if a student committs suicide, his roommates get an A average to compensate for the trauma. T
8.
Contact (1997) as Minister
An expert on interplanetary communication receives plans for a mysterious space vessel.
9.
Shadow Conspiracy (1997) as Treasury Secretary Murphy
Bobby Bishop, a major player in Washington, D.C., begins his day as the most trusted advisor to the President of the United States and within hours, is hunted down by a ruthless professional killer determined to carry out a covert mission. Bishop finds himself running for his life in a maze of chaos and confusion. Trusting no one, other than his mentor Jack Conrad, and his former girlfriend Amanda Givens, Bishop uncovers a terrifying conspiracy and finds himself caught up in the machinations of a plot that threatens the very foundation of our government.
10.
First Kid (1996) as General
The nation's capitol may never be the same after Secret Service Agent Sam Simms is given the dubious honor of being assigned to guard the President of the United States' son, Luke. An undisciplined lad with a penchant for making scandalous news headlines that embarrass the White House, Luke meets his match in the eccentric Simms whose wisecracking personality and outrageous schemes get them both into hot water. After a series of misadventures, the pair become allies and eventually thwart a threat to the First Family's security.
11.
Talking to Strangers (1988) as The Priest
An artist interacts with the city in trying to set up his piece.
12.
Mary White (1977) as Mr Andrews
A sensitive story of a young girl and her moving relationship with her famed father, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist William Allen White, and the profound change in his life following her tragic death at sixteen in a horseback riding accident in 1921. Caryl Ledner received an Emmy Award for the ad
13.
Dr. Max (1974) as Roger Larson
A curmudgeony big-city doctor's concern for his patients in a rundown Baltimore neighborhood puts him at odds with his own family. This is a similar contemporary version of the Paul Muni film "The Last Angry Man" (1959), which itself was remade as a TV movie and shown first several weeks after this

Cast (special)

14.
Trade Secrets: A Moyers Report (2001) as Voice Over Actor
Americans say corporations should have the burden of proving chemicals are safe. They believe most chemicals are already tested for safety, and that the government is protecting them against harmful chemicals. But what is the true story? Correspondent Bill Moyers and producer Sherry Jones uncover ho
15.
First Measured Century, The (2000) as Voice
Though history is often related in anecdotal terms, the program analyzes history through data and measurement, using narrative combined with graphics.
16.
John Singer Sargent: Outside the Frame (2000) as Voice Of John Singer Sargent
Documentary guiding viewers through the largest and most comprehensive exposition of American painter John Singer Sargent's work -- the 1999 exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
17.
1900 House, The (2000) as Narration
Reality special in which a modern family lives as a family in the year 1900 would have lived. The Bowler family -- parents Joyce and Paul, and four of their five children, 17-year-old Kathryn, 11-year-old twins Hilary and Ruth, and nine-year-old Joe -- are taken back in time to the spring of 1900 in
18.
Great Balloon Race, The (1999) as Narration
A program that documents the efforts of balloonists to circumnavigate the globe. The first hour follows attempts made during 1997-98, including the mishaps that frustrated the attempts of British billionaire Richard Branson and Swedish balloonist Per Lindstrand; the explosion of American Kevin Ulias
19.
Notre Dame: Witness to History (1999) as Narration
Documentary about Notre Dame cathedral and the pageantry, revolution and revival that unfolded in the shadow of the Parisian landmark. The program reveals characters -- both real and fictional -- whose destinies are woven into the history of Notre Dame and provides viewers with a perspective on the
20.
America's Haunted Houses (1998) as Narration
Explores the "haunted" houses of America to uncover the world of ghosts and mysterious happenings. Uses the latest scientific techniques, ghost hunters, parapsychologists, and skeptics to search for the truth behind Northern California's Winchester House to the Bourbon Orleans Hotel in New Orleans'
21.
Invisible Places (1997) as Narration
Three-part special explores the hidden places underneath cities. Historically these underground structures were used as hiding places, escape routes and catacombs. Today large cities often construct underground transportation systems or hide cables, pumping systems and generators underground. The fi
22.
Hiroshima: Why the Bomb Was Dropped (1995) as Voice
Documentary addressing controversial questions surrounding the decision to drop the atomic bomb on Japan at the end of World War II. Includes interviews with historians and analysis of records left by participants in the decision.
23.
Telegrams From the Dead (1994) as Senator Nathaniel Talmadge
Documentary exploring the phenomenon of spiritualism in 19th-century America, a movement which inspired such social reforms as divorce, vegetarianism, women's suffrage, anarchism, universal government, and the eight-hour work day.
24.
Marcel Proust: A Writer's Life (1993) as 2nd Publisher
A docudrama on the life of French author Marcel Proust. Intercuts interviews with contemporary writers and archival footage of interviews with friends of Proust's. Re-creates highlights of Proust's life based on archival stills, diaries and letters.
25.
Missiles of October: What the World Didn't Know, The (1992) as Translation Voice
A special marking the 30th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Uses interviews and archival footage to examine the events of October 1962, when President Kennedy demanded that the Soviet Union remove its nuclear warheads from Cuba.

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