Brandon Maggart
American actor
Brandon Maggart
Brandon Maggart is an American actor.
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15 Minutes With Marc Maron
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Fiona Apple's father is a former Broadway/Hollywood actor turned profound and prolific author. His name is Brandon Maggart, and he's a dear friend of mine. Sometimes I bring pastrami sandwiches to his Venice home, and listen as he reads excerpts from his latest literary works. Venice Beach is only a few blocks away, but we never mention it. We'd rather sit inside, eat pastrami, and discuss all things artistic. "Fiona is going to do Marc Maron's podcast," Brandon says. "Who's Marc Maron?" I ask, as Fiona's older brother Bran walks in, looking at me like I'm too dumb to live. A talented writer with a wonderfully scathing wit, Bran also functions as a combination of body guard/tour manager/guy-who-gets-things-done for Fiona Apple. Despite his brutish presence, I suspect there's a heart of gold in there somewhere, yet I always feel like there's a chance he's going to hit me. "You don't know who Marc Maron is?" Bran asks, as if he's considering kicking me in the fucking head. "How?" ...
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Le père Noël est-il vraiment une ordure ? - aVoir-aLire
Google News - almost 6 years
Si cette première partie assez longue parvient à maintenir l'intérêt du spectateur par le jeu halluciné de Brandon Maggart, mais aussi par la construction d'une atmosphère gentiment perverse où pointent les ombres funestes de la pédophilie,
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Marshall Barer, 75, Lyricist For 'Mattress' and Mighty Mouse
NYTimes - over 18 years
Marshall Barer, the lyricist and the book writer (with Jay Thompson and Dean Fuller) for ''Once Upon a Mattress'' (the 1959 show that introduced Carol Burnett to Broadway), and the wit who wrote the words for the Mighty Mouse theme song, died on Tuesday at his home in Santa Fe, N.M. He was 75 and had lived for many years in Venice, Calif., where
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A Message Far Less Pretty Than the Face
NYTimes - about 20 years
THE POUTY BEE-STUNG LIPS. The taut, pierced belly exposed by a flouncy shirt. The cascading honey-brown hair. And those eyes. Is this the next waif supermodel? No. Turn up the volume on MTV loud enough to hear Fiona Apple sing. She may look like a cross between Christy Turlington and Kate Moss, but Ms. Apple, a 19-year-old singer and pianist, has a
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Review/Television; 'Roseanne' and 'Chicken Soup'
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: If Rudolph W. Giuliani fails to become the Mayor of New York City, he might be able to scold Jackie Mason. But if Mr. Mason's ABC series ''Chicken Soup'' goes down the drain, as seems increasingly likely, the comic can hardly point an accusing finger at the politician. Poorly conceived and charmlessly executed, ''Chicken If Rudolph W.
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TV Weekend; Money and Murder in British Thriller
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: The British movie ''The Face of Trespass'' is the kind of psychological thriller in which the key characters are seen leaving a movie house showing a double bill of ''Notorious'' and ''Vertigo.'' We are not exactly in Hitchcock territory here, but the effort to get there is quite respectable. Based on a best-selling whodunit by Ruth Rendell,
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NYTimes - over 32 years
Homosexual characterizations are hardly new to television entertainment. Can anyone forget the look on Archie Bunker's face when his macho Indian-wrestling opponent revealed his, as they say, sexual persuasion? In the television movie ''That Certain Summer,'' Hal Holbrook and Martin Sheen played a homosexual couple with carefully calculated
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NYTimes - over 34 years
A limp farce, ''Nurse Jane Goes to Hawaii,'' has opened at Theater in the Park, in the New York State Pavilion of Flushing Meadow-Corona Park, in Queens, and one wishes it hadn't. This comedy by Allan Stratton, a Canadian playwright, has one feature that is almost redeeming, however, and that is the presence of its star, Georgia Engel, who played
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BROADWAY; Elizabeth Taylor's 'Sweet Bird' is due in April.
NYTimes - over 34 years
THEY scoffed when Zev Bufman said he would produce plays with, and starring, Elizabeth Taylor; they said it would never happen. ''The Little Foxes'' was one thing, but ''Sweet Bird of Youth'' - a chimera and a dream, or, if you will, just another hype. But now there is the Elizabeth Theater Company, with Miss Taylor as co-producer and resident
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Brandon Maggart
  • 1990
    Age 56
    In 1990, he had a notable guest turn on the Fox sitcom Babes, playing the ex-husband of Susan Peretz's character, Darlene Gilbert.
    More Details Hide Details Maggart has been married once; with his wife, Jan, he had three children, Spencer, Justine (now deceased) and Garett. He has two daughters, Amber and Fiona, with former singer Diane McAfee, whom he did not marry. Spencer Maggart (also known as Brandon, Jr.) is now a writer/director, and Garett Maggart has been a well-known TV and movie actor for many years, at times working with Brandon on some projects. Amber is better known in show business as cabaret singer Maude Maggart, and Fiona, as singer Fiona Apple.
  • 1989
    Age 55
    Later in 1989, following up his role on Brothers, he appeared as Lynn Redgrave's brother on the short-lived Jackie Mason sitcom Chicken Soup.
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  • 1985
    Age 51
    For his role on Brothers, Maggart was nominated for two Cable ACE awards (for Best Actor in a Comedy Series) in 1985 and 1987, following the show's first and third seasons, respectively.
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  • 1983
    Age 49
    He then played George Elliot in the short lived NBC series Jennifer Slept Here with Georgia Engel and Ann Jillian in 1983.
    More Details Hide Details He was also a cast member of the groundbreaking Showtime original comedy Brothers, where he played Lou Waters. The show was on the air from 1984 to 1989.
  • 1982
    Age 48
    In 1982 he played Garp's wrestling coach in The World According to Garp.
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  • 1980
    Age 46
    He played Harry Stadling in Christmas Evil, and Cleveland Sam in Dressed to Kill, both in 1980.
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  • 1970
    Age 36
    In 1970, he was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical for his role in Applause.
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  • 1969
    Age 35
    He appeared in half of the "Buddy and Jim" sketches with James Catusi in the first season of Sesame Street, in 1969.
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  • 1933
    Born on December 12, 1933.
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