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Mary Woronov ist eine amerikanische Schauspielerin, Schriftstellerin und Malerin. Woronov war ein Mitglied von Andy Warhols Factory. Mary Woronov (* 8. Dezember in Brooklyn, New York City) ist eine amerikanische Schauspielerin, Schriftstellerin und Malerin. Woronov war ein Mitglied. Actress, author & figurative painter Mary Woronov arrived in Warhol's Factory on a college school trip and never went home. Swimming Underground is the story. Perfekte Mary Woronov Stock-Fotos und -Bilder sowie aktuelle Editorial-Aufnahmen von Getty Images. Download hochwertiger Bilder, die man nirgendwo sonst. Norbert Aichele über B-Movie Stars der Siebziger:Mary Woronov auf www.heart-on.co - dem Online-Fanzine.
Mary Woronov (* 8. Dezember in Brooklyn, New York City) ist eine amerikanische Schauspielerin, Schriftstellerin und Malerin. Woronov war ein Mitglied. Mary Woronov - Alle Bilder, Filme, TV Serien und Fakten finden Sie hier zum Star auf TV Spielfilm. Jetzt hier informieren! Mary Woronov ist eine amerikanische Schauspielerin, Schriftstellerin und Malerin. Woronov war ein Mitglied von Andy Warhols Factory.
In fact, I hardly have any boobs at all. Once upon a time, I thought I would become a star. It took me six months to realize that wasn't going to happen.
Eventually, I knew that I would never become a star -- but I would make a lot of films and I would earn little bits of money here and there, which would support me.
I don't know what "respectable" means anymore. I've always been used in odd roles. I would love to play Lassie's mom, and I'd be good at it.
They [filmmakers] see me as a weirdo. I go to an audition and the people vying for my part are tough guys, gigantic fat women, or extremely ugly people.
The director hands me a whip They say, "Now Mary! We want this character to be really, really bad! Be really, really bad! No one is bad like I am.
He's not an evil opportunist! What's an evil opportunist? There's an opportunist, and there are people who think opportunism is evil.
That's their problem! He did what he did and took what he took! He was very fair to me and very fair to a lot of people. He wasn't some ringleader abusing people.
I liked him I still like him. I was the strong girl at the Factory. With most of the movies, they asked for me specifically. A lot of the movie auditions I did, I never got.
But the TV stuff I would get, because they needed certain types and I just started filling a niche.
Strong and domineering, or lesbian, whatever. Wikimedia Commons. Download as PDF Printable version. Woronov in February The Beard.
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Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills. Rock 'n' Roll High School Forever. Where Sleeping Dogs Lie. The Living End. The Vampire Hunters Club.
The New Women. Looney Tunes: Back in Action. The Halfway House. The Devil's Rejects. The House of the Devil. Woronov, a surgeon, who adopted her.
She grew up in Brooklyn Heights and attended Cornell University as a sculpting major. After a Filmography by Job Trailers and Videos.
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We always wore boots. When I was at Cornell, I had a great history teacher. They were so sexy to me. My mother was against them.
I thought they were the sexiest in the world. At Cornell, I also always had boys after me, and I really hated them.
It was not fun. I was subtly aware of the fact that for some reason, I looked really sexy playing a guy. Not like a lesbian or like I was playing a joke, just being more brutal, and not pleasing like I was daddy.
I t perfectly with drag queens. They were fabulous women. I was a fabulous man. But then other people started doing other things.
When he asked me to do a play, I knew exactly what he wanted, which is what I was already doing — theater. I played a woman married to a guy I ignored.
I was in my own world. And then I would blow up at him. So it was funny and not funny because the Theater of the Ridiculous was like life.
You could step off the stage, scream at the audience, do whatever you like. The director John Vaccaro was brilliant.
He would use a half-gay, half-not-gay chorus line, which was unheard of then. I lived a theater life that nobody knows about now.
I think it was the most brilliant thing I ever did. Everything after was downhill. You could talk to the audience. You could make love with the audience if you wanted to.
You could do whatever you liked. Rauschenberg was like that. But people said Warhol was weird. Andy threw it in their faces. He was great.
He was like Uncle Andy. He was fine. The problem was, the more he did them outside, the more trapped he became in that persona. But he also engendered fierce loyalty in us.
I was in Italy doing a movie when I found out that Warhol had been shot. Lou Reed was like a part of him. It was like a father relationship of some kind.
It was ruthless. We all had names. Ondine was the Pope. You know: girls play weak, I played strong. He knew them and was doing movies where everything was different, breaking all these barriers.
You could do what you wanted. Because of the class of people that surrounded him, peculiar things happened.
We threw a lot of people out. They sort of understood the laws, but of course there were no laws.
What he wanted was to do a movie where the camera went on forever. He did a lot of movies like that, but Chelsea Girls was a compilation of movies strung together.
So it had an interesting weirdness, with someone just sitting in front of the camera. Not only that. I would fuck up and then do the same fuckup night after night because it got a laugh.
I was very conscious of my audience. Even in the first movie, the Screen Test, I was conscious. Except for Ondine, who liked me.
I loved him. No takes. No lines. Just the camera running. Then, in order to make money, my agent told me that I had to do soaps, which was a disaster.
It was called Secret Cinema. It was brilliant. So he brought me to Hollywood, gave me that role, and the rest is what happened. I worked with Corman a lot.
I liked him. I take the subway. Do you drive now? I got very married. I tried to be very married.
And then punk rock happened, and forget it. I bought a Trans Am. I was lethal. I started taking drugs again.
I went nuts. No one cares about it. They never mention the California music scene. It was phenomenal.
Absurdly so. I was having a second childhood, like being back with Warhol. It was so stupid and so fabulous and insane.
It was so Los Angeles, so brilliant. The other one is Billy [Zoom]. Suburban Lawns — a killer.
I loved them. I was in New York then. I remember seeing it 15 times in a row in the 8th Street Playhouse. I was obsessed.
I was married. But anyway, so I get on set, right? I mean, rooms full of them. The band was just moronic. But they were fabulous.
Then once I started, the whole thing came back. It was so nuts. I left my husband before the movie was over.
I started painting, and I lived on Western Avenue, and I was at every fucking punk gig, and I started fucking around. But it was great.
It was a fucking great place, standing ankle deep in beer and piss. I mean, it was so stupid, it was just incredible. Citizens post-production Gordon's Mother.
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Rock 'n' Roll High School. National Lampoon's Movie Madness. Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills.
Rock 'n' Roll High School Forever. Where Sleeping Dogs Lie. The Living End. The Vampire Hunters Club. The New Women. Looney Tunes: Back in Action.
The Halfway House. The Devil's Rejects. The House of the Devil. Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader. Logan's Run.
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