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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Toe Tactic, The (2008)
A young woman grieves for her father while unaware of the magical world around her.
2.
Lulu on the Bridge (1998) as Tyrone Lord--Band Member No 1
A jazz saxophonist's life changes after he is shot by a stray bullet during a performance. Izzy recovers and then finds a bag belonging to a dead body. Inside is a mysterious stone and a phone number. The number leads him to actress Celia, with whom he falls in love, influenced by the magic stone. T
3.
Kansas City (1996) as Hey-Hey Club Musician (Clarinet/Baritone Saxophone)
In 1934, while the rest of the country was mired in the Depression, Kansas City thrived with gambling, prostitution, and jazz-filled nightclubs flourishing under the rule of city bosses and organized crime. On the eve of the municipal elections, a scrappy telegraph operator, Blondie O'Hara, has kidnapped wealthy Carolyn Stilton, a drug-addicted socialite wife married to an advisor to president Roosevelt. Blondie plans to swap Carolyn for her small-time gangster husband Johnnie who has been taken hostage by big-time gangster and club owner Seldom Seen. Robert Altman's riff on race, class, and power cross-cuts between the two kidnappings and the background of corrupt politics and virtuoso jazz music.

Music (feature film)

4.
Serendipity (2001) as Song Performer ("Charley'S Prelude")
It's a bustling day in New York City, and amidst the usual mad rush, the paths of two strangers collide as they fall victim to a mutual, all-consuming attraction. Despite the fact that each is involved in another relationship, Jonathan and Sara bide their time, staying connected by wandering through Manhattan and talking until the wee hours, while never mentioning each other's names. But, when the night reaches an inevitable end, the two are forced to determine the next step. When the smitten Jonathan suggests an exchange of phone numbers, Sara has a different idea in mind that will allow fate to take control of the future. If they are meant to be together, she convinces him, the universe will reveal its telltale signs. At least that's the plan...
5.
Walk Don't Walk (2001) as Music
A documentary about the legs in Manhattan, seen from the perspective of the feet. Unlike most American cities, virtually everyone walks in New York. And in general New Yorkers do not stop for 'Don't Walk' signs. While everyone walks in their own rhythm, there are rarely clashes, the stream opens and
6.
Kansas City (1996) as Music Arranger ("Pagin' The Devil")
In 1934, while the rest of the country was mired in the Depression, Kansas City thrived with gambling, prostitution, and jazz-filled nightclubs flourishing under the rule of city bosses and organized crime. On the eve of the municipal elections, a scrappy telegraph operator, Blondie O'Hara, has kidnapped wealthy Carolyn Stilton, a drug-addicted socialite wife married to an advisor to president Roosevelt. Blondie plans to swap Carolyn for her small-time gangster husband Johnnie who has been taken hostage by big-time gangster and club owner Seldom Seen. Robert Altman's riff on race, class, and power cross-cuts between the two kidnappings and the background of corrupt politics and virtuoso jazz music.

Cast (special)

7.
Robert Altman's Jazz '34 (1997)
Twenty-one period-garbed contemporary musicians play jazz classics on the Hey Hey Club set re-created for Robert Altman's fiction feature "Kansas City" (USA/1996).

Music (special)

8.
Robert Altman's Jazz '34 (1997) as Music Arranger ("Pagin' The Devil")
Twenty-one period-garbed contemporary musicians play jazz classics on the Hey Hey Club set re-created for Robert Altman's fiction feature "Kansas City" (USA/1996).
9.
Robert Altman's Jazz '34 (1997) as Clarinet/ Baritone Sax Player
Twenty-one period-garbed contemporary musicians play jazz classics on the Hey Hey Club set re-created for Robert Altman's fiction feature "Kansas City" (USA/1996).

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