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Fran Lebowitz is a Actor and Producer American born on 27 october 1950 at Morristown (USA)

Fran Lebowitz

Fran Lebowitz
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Birth name Frances Ann Lebowitz
Nationality USA
Birth 27 october 1950 (73 years) at Morristown (USA)

Frances Ann "Fran" Lebowitz (born October 27, 1950) is an American author and public speaker. Lebowitz is known for her sardonic social commentary on American life as filtered through her New York City sensibilities. Some reviewers have called her a modern-day Dorothy Parker.

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Ted Griffin
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Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol
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Robert Legato
Robert Legato
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Filmography of Fran Lebowitz (6 films)

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Actress

The Wolf of Wall Street, 2h59
Directed by Martin Scorsese
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Biography, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Crime
Themes Films about films, Medical-themed films, Seafaring films, Films about drugs, Transport films
Actors Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Matthew McConaughey, Jean Dujardin, Jon Bernthal, Jon Favreau
Roles Honorary Samantha Stogel
Rating80% 4.021894.021894.021894.021894.02189
In 1987, Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio) loses his job as a Wall Street stockbroker employed by a man named Mark Hanna (Matthew McConaughey) due to Black Monday. He takes a job at a boiler room brokerage firm on Long Island that specializes in penny stocks. Thanks to his aggressive pitching style and the high commissions, Belfort makes a small fortune.
Resident Alien
Directed by Jonathan Nossiter
Genres Documentary
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Documentary films about cities, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Quentin Crisp, Sting, John Hurt, Holly Woodlawn, Paul Morrissey, Fran Lebowitz
Roles Writer
Rating66% 3.323783.323783.323783.323783.32378
At age 73, writer and melancholy master of the bon mot, Quentin Crisp (1908–1999), became an Englishman in New York. John Foster's camera follows Crisp about the streets of Manhattan, where Crisp seems very much at home, wearing eye shadow, appearing on a makeshift stage, making and repeating wry observations, talking to John Hurt (who played Crisp in the autobiographical TV movie, "The Naked Civil Servant"), and dining with friends. Others who know Crisp comment on him, on his life as an openly gay man with an effeminate manner, and on his place in the history of gays' social struggle. The portrait that emerges is one of wit and of suffering.

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