Arts People G Gilliam, Terry
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Terry Gilliam (*1940 in Minneapolis, MN) is an American and British comedian, actor, director, screenwriter, composer, and producer - to name some of his professions. Since 1973 he is married to makeup artist Maggie Weston. He is probably best known as a member of "Month Python" and he has acted in all TV series and films made by this group. He has directed some of these films himself, too. Later he has directed famous films as "Brazil" (1985), "The Fisher King" (1991), "Twelve Monkeys" (1995), and "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" (1998). As a composer he contributed mostly for the "Monthy Python" TV series. One of his productions is movie "Time Bandits" (1981). It is difficult to list all his works, for he is a talented man with many gifts. Therefore browse through the listed pages to find more information on his life and work.

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Dreams: The Terry Gilliam Fanzine
Includes filmography, news, interviews, overviews of his films, message board, and upcoming projects.
All Movie Guide: Terry Gilliam
Biography, filmography, awards, and links.
The Animations of Terry Gilliam
Biographical article by Noell Wolfgram Evans.
IMDb: Terry Gilliam
Profile, filmography, photo gallery, articles, contact information, TV schedule, and titles for sale.
The Terry Gilliam Files
In-depth interviews and production stories on the making of the director's thoughtful films.
Wikipedia: Terry Gilliam
Offers a biography and a list of films.
Yahoo Movies: Terry Gilliam
Biography, filmography, photographs, awards, message board, and links.
Terry Gilliam and Brazil
An analysis of the director's visual style and his demonstrations of modernism's absurdities. [Images Journal] (May 01, 1998)
Escape from Gilliamland
An essay comparing the themes of three of Gilliam's films with the struggles it took to create them. (January 01, 1998)
StarTalk: Terry Gilliam
Interview primarily focused on "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas." [The Cranky Critic] (January 01, 1998)
Terry Gilliam: the Man, the Myth, the Filmmaker
College paper by Craig J. Clark discusses Gilliam's films up to "The Fisher King." (January 01, 1994)

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