Devon Gummersall
Devon Gummersall
Devon Ryan Gummersall is an American actor, writer, and television and film director, perhaps best known for his role as Brian Krakow on the cult classic television show My So-Called Life.
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Check Out Brian Krakow Now
Huffington Post - over 3 years
The ATX Television Festival hosted a "My So-Called Life" reunion on Friday in Austin, Texas and the cast revealed some scoop about the game-changing teen show. Cast members from the short-lived, cult hit series gathered at the second annual ATX Festival to discuss the legacy of Angela Chase (Claire Danes), Jordan Catalano (Jared Leto) and co. Though Danes and Leto weren't in attendance for the "My So-Called Life" reunion, Wilson Cruz (Rickie Vasquez), Devon Gummersall (Brian Krakow), Bess Armstrong (Patty Chase), Devon Odessa (Sharon Cherski), creator Winnie Holzman and composer W.G. Snuffy Walden were on hand. They dished about life behind-the-scenes of "My So-Called Life," which aired on ABC from 1994-1995, and where they think the show's characters, which teens fell in love with, are now. Check out photos and scoop from the "My So-Called Life" reunion at the ATX Television Festival below, including one cast member who looks very different. My So Called Life reu ...
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Hack N' Smack Celebrity Golf To Raise Money For Melanoma Research
Green Celebrity Network - almost 5 years
Celebrities including Joe Mantegna (Criminal Minds), Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy), Patrick Warburton (Rules of Engagement), Joe Pesci (Goodfellas), Nick Searcy (Justified), Dennis Haysbert (The Unit), Thomas Ian Nicholas (American Reunion), Jason Gedrick (Luck), JK Simmons (The Closer), Kevin Sorbo (Hercules/Andromeda), Ryan Mathews (NFL-Chargers), Kenny Johnson (The Sheild), Mike Vogel (The Help), Kahlil Bell (NFL-Bears), and many others have been confirmed for the 9th Annual Hack n’ Smack, Kerry Daveline Memorial, Celebrity Golf Classic at El Caballero Country Club on Monday, April 30. The event kicks off at 11:00am with a shotgun start. Created by founder/co-host Kevin E. West and Presented by The Actors’ Network, the annual tournament benefits the U.C.I. Dept. of Dermatology to uphold the memory and spirit of friend and actor, Kerry Daveline. Since 2004, the tournament has garnered top support and was named one of the Top Ten Celebrity Golf Tournaments in Southern California b ...
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VIDEO: Director Randal Kleiser excited about FilmOut tribute, shares insight ... - San Diego Gay & Lesbian News
Google News - over 5 years
... Sally Kellerman, Devon Gummersall, Steve Antin, Christopher Atkins, Dennis Christopher, Nina Foch and Ron Glass. He admits that the film was hard to get through. “It was about a guy who killed himself,” Kleiser summed up the plot in eight words
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Private Practice: AJ Langer mit Handlungsbogen - serienjunkies.de
Google News - over 5 years
Neben Langer waren bereits Ricky-Darsteller Wilson Cruz, Brian-Darsteller Devon Gummersall, Vater Chase aka Tom Irwin und Sharon-Darstellerin Devon Odessa in den Serien von Shonda Rhimes vertreten. Während sich in Deutschland die vierte Staffel von
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Les meilleurs films du mardi 5 juillet - Télé Moustique
Google News - over 5 years
Avec Devon Gummersall, Derek Richardson. Cinq étudiants se retrouvent coincés dans un vieil hôtel à l'abandon après une panne sèche… Cette petite série B horrifique, bien que peu novatrice, remplit toutefois honorablement le cahier des charges attendu
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'Senna,' comedy shorts program make for typically solid viewing at Waterfront ... - The Grand Rapids Press - MLive.com
Google News - over 5 years
First, the highlights of the shorts collection: "Bullies on Vacation" is a locally-produced work directed by Devon Gummersall and written by Brian Vander Ark (based, I assume, on the song of the same name by his rock band, The Verve Pipe),
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`My So-Called Life' Reruns To Begin Airing Tonight on Sundance Channel - The Beverly Hills Courier
Google News - almost 6 years
The cast also consisted of Wilson Cruz, Devon Gummersall, AJ Langer, Jared Leto and Devon Odessa as her friends, Bess Armstrong and Tom Irwin as her parents and Lisa Wilhoit as her younger sister. "My So-Called Life' was created by Winnie Holzman,
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Show Series To Originate On MySpace
NYTimes - over 9 years
Hollywood has been dipping its toe in original online content. Two seasoned producers are about to take a full plunge. Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick -- who have made films like ''Blood Diamond'' and ''The Last Samurai'' and whose ABC series ''Thirtysomething'' helped to define television drama in the 1980s -- have made a deal with MySpace,
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A Mind-Set That's Made For TV
NYTimes - over 9 years
It was time, Amy Bloom said, to go to the other side of the room with the requisite couch, the box of tissues and the clock ticking down the 50-minute hour. You know, the side where the therapist sits, interpreting dreams and impassively imbibing neuroses. Or maybe not. ''Whenever you see shrinks on television, they're so clearly written by
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What's On Tonight
NYTimes - over 9 years
9 P.M. (Lifetime) STATE OF MIND File this one under ''didn't see it coming.'' The ever-affecting Lili Taylor stars in this new drama about a New Haven psychiatrist whose life goes into a nose dive when she catches her husband cheating on her with their couples therapist. Now it's time to pull up and level off. Devon Gummersall (above right with Ms.
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TV REVIEWS | 'STATE OF MIND'; 'SIDE ORDER OF LIFE'; Friends Last, But Mr. Wrong Is Fungible
NYTimes - over 9 years
Marriage may be ''the most important social institution in human history,'' as Senator David Vitter, Republican of Louisiana, used to say before his extra-institutional affairs turned his life into a Lifetime movie. But breakups are more interesting. Once found, true love is a lost cause: No outsider wants to waste a lot of time on other people's
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FILM IN REVIEW; 'The Anarchist Cookbook'
NYTimes - over 13 years
Directed by Jordan Susman Not rated, 101 minutes ''The Anarchist Cookbook,'' an independent film ''inspired'' by the 1970 manual that told aspiring radicals how to make bombs, cook drugs and place free phone calls, probably has as little to do with its source material than any film since Woody Allen's 1972 ''Everything You Always Wanted to Know
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FILM IN REVIEW; 'The Young Unknowns'
NYTimes - almost 14 years
Directed by Catherine Jelski Not rated, 87 minutes Catherine Jelski's debut feature, ''The Young Unknowns,'' made in 2000 but just now being released, reveals a real talent for handling actors but never quite overcomes a feeling of familiarity and staginess. Loosely based on the 1969 play ''Magic Afternoon'' by the Austrian writer Wolfgang Bauer,
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FILM REVIEW; That Gap in the Nixon Tapes? Maybe a Teen-Age Cry of Love
NYTimes - over 17 years
Not to get too solemn about it, but ''Dick,'' an uproariously dizzy satire that reduces the Watergate scandal into a goofy Nancy Drew caper for starry-eyed teeny-boppers, would probably not have been made had Monica Lewinsky never slunk into the Oval Office. Who was it who observed that history repeats itself as farce? In this frothy ''Saturday
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Love at First Leap, Followed by Reality
NYTimes - over 20 years
When Isabel and Leo first meet, it is one of those earth-shaking, once-in-a-lifetime collisions of yin and yang. It doesn't hurt that they are in irresistibly romantic Rome, where Isabel has come to decide whether to marry her staid boyfriend, and Leo has come to celebrate his 26th birthday and decide whether to go to architecture school. Mere
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FILM REVIEW;Giving a Farewell Party With Death as a Guest
NYTimes - almost 21 years
There is something inescapably ghoulish about a grown man who throws himself a pre-suicide party and raucously cavorts about the house singing a morbid revision of the old Lesley Gore hit "It's My Party." "It's my party, and I'll die if I want to!" crows Nick Stark (Eric Roberts), a handsome AIDS-afflicted architect at the height of his farewell
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TELEVISION REVIEW; The So-Called World Of an Adolescent Girl, As Interpreted by One
NYTimes - over 22 years
The built-in obstacle for a dramatic series about teen-age life that aims to engage an adult audience has to do with its level of sophistication. It needs to be authentic enough that, on the one hand, it's persuasive and maybe even instructive about the angst and perplexity and exhilaration of the adolescent Zeitgeist. On the other hand, you don't
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