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Birth Place: Profession: Costume-Wardrobe ...
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Costume-Wardrobe (feature film)

1.
Harlem Nights (1989) as Wardrobe
Jive with two of Hollywood's greatest funnymen in this cool comedy caper! Written and directed by Eddie Murphy, "Harlem Nights" (1989) co-stars all-time great Richard Pryor, as these two comic geniuses head back into the 1930s in this action-packed adventure. Murphy is Quick, Pryor is Sugar Ray, and the two run a sleek Harlem gambling house filled with gorgeous gals and smooth-talking card sharps. Quick and Ray soon discover they have an adversary in gangster Bugsy Calhoun, who wants the club for himself, and is using a corrupt cop and an alluring femme fatale to do the dirty work for him. But the streetwise father and son are not easily duped, and instead hatch a plan to teach the mobster a lesson he'll never forget.
2.
Listen To Me (1989) as Costumer
A pair of students fall in love while competing in a college debate.
3.
Karate Kid Part III, The (1989) as Costumer
Mr Miyagi travels to Japan to confront an enemy from his past.
4.
Sweet Hearts Dance (1988) as Wardrobe Supervisor (Los Angeles)
A warm look at the day-to-day life of four people in a small Vermont town during a crucial, conflict-filled period in their lives.

Art Department (feature film)

5.
Fatal Beauty (1987) as Set Costumer
Narcotics officer Rita Rizzoli is working on a case involving some cocaine called "Fatal Beauty." A gang has stolen the shipment of the drug that is so unusually pure that it is leaving a trail of dead bodies. Rita teams up with Mike, who is employed by the original owner of the cocaine to help track the thieves down before anyone else dies.

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