Fiona Dourif
American actor
Fiona Dourif
Fiona Dourif is an American film and television actress. Fiona was born in Woodstock, New York. Her father is Oscar-nominated actor Brad Dourif, and her mother is Jonina "Joni" Dourif. She has one sister Kristina Dourif born in 1976. She is of French-Romanian ancestry on her mother's side.
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Fiona Dourif: I Didn't Steal 'The Master'
Huffington Post - over 4 years
It's not me! It's Amy Ferguson (I think). Last year I was lucky enough to be cast in Paul Thomas Anderson's new movie, The Master, and spent two weeks shooting in Vallejo, California. I was ecstatic, to say the least, and the experience was great. Most of my scenes involved my character being "processed" (an interrogation-like ritual that the Master, played by Philip Seymour Hoffman, uses to explore his followers' "past lives") or trying to get Joaquin Phoenix's character to fuck me (clearly a recurring theme in the movie), but there was also one where I played the double bass at a party. Midway through the party, Phoenix's character imagines all the women naked, so we shot it that way too. It was fun. Now, every actor hopes to stand out in the final cut, of course, but I knew my role was pretty small. I was just happy to be there, and getting to work with the incredibly talented team assembled for the movie was cool enough by itself. So you can imagine how surpris ...
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There Will Be Dud: Paul Thomas Anderson’s First Mediocre Movie
The New Republic - over 4 years
The Master WELL, AT LEAST IT’S PRETENTIOUS, and that’s a start in an age when too many films are hardly trying. In a devastating bargain with us and themselves, most modern American movies are content with seeking to make a little money and re-telling some same old story. Nobody could accuse The Master of being confined in those dead ends. Yet its distributors, the Weinstein brothers, know that nothing yet has altered the American dream of making a lot of money while being sensational and digging into our nervous system and the last chance that we have for existence and hope. Look at Apple. There was no film I was looking forward to more than Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master, and now it is here. It’s a mess; it’s pretentious; it is thundery with dismay. It may be acclaimed in the anxiety that grips many film critics. But the best and most interesting thing to be said about it is that a young master has gone off the deep end and found no water in the pool. So it makes you laugh out l ...
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True Blood Season 4 - Meet the New Characters - Boomtron.com
Google News - over 5 years
Other witches in the wiccan group are Dean Chelcvala and Fiona Dourif who play Roy and Casey respectively. Antonia is a slightly more interesting witch. She's apparently been around since the 17th century and makes a habit out of haunting vampires
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This Week: TV (July 4-11) - About - News & Issues
Google News - over 5 years
... Dan Sachoff (Conservative); Dendrie Taylor (Beverleen); EJ Callahan (Luther); Tara Buck (Ginger James); Harvey Ward (Felton); Paola Turbay (Woman/Antonia); Dean Chekvala (Roy); Fiona Dourif (Casey); Dane DeHaan (Timbo); Brandon Molale (Officer X);
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Exclusive Photos from HBO's TRUE BLOOD Fourth Season Los Angeles Premiere ... - Assignment X
Google News - over 5 years
... Deborah Ann Woll, Alexandra Breckenridge, Tara Buck Dan Buran, Dean Chekvala, Fiona Dourif, Annie Fitzgerald, Courtney Ford, Cooper Huckabee, Vedette Lim, Brit Morgan, Aaron Perilo, Lindsay Pulsipher, Adina Porter, Lara Pulver, Evan Rachel Wood,
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This Week: TV (Jun 27-Jul 4) - About - News & Issues
Google News - over 5 years
... Chris Butler (Emory); Dendrie Taylor (Beverleen); Poncho Hodges (Off. Trap); Alexandra Breckenridge (Katerina James); Harvey Ward (Felton); Fiona Dourif (Casey); Dane DeHaan (Timbo); Evan Rachel Wood (Queen Sophie Anne); Randy Wayne (Matt)
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[First Look] Fiona Dourif On Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master' Set - The Film Stage
Google News - over 5 years
The cast also includes Amy Adams, Laura Dern, David Warshofsky, Rami Malek, Jesse Plemons, Madisen Beaty, and most recently Joshua Close and Fiona Dourif. We have set photos of what looks to be Dourif, incorrectly cited as Adams on the highly astute
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'True Blood' Rookies Introduce Their New Characters - MTV.com
Google News - over 5 years
Three other witches to look out for are Roy, Casey and Antonia, played by Dean Chekvala, Fiona Dourif and Paola Turbay, respectively. Roy and Casey are a part of Marnie's coven, while Antonia is the more mysterious and possibly dangerous presence
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Marilyn Monroe's Seven Year Itch Dress Sells for $5.6 Million, and 5 Other ... - Movieline
Google News - over 5 years
Variety reports that the untitled film is now retitled The Master, and that Anderson has added two more actors to its cast: Josh Close and Fiona Dourif. They join Philip Seymour Hoffman, Joaquin Phoenix and Amy Adams in the currently shooting drama
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Paul Thomas Anderson's Latest Now Officially 'The Master'; Cast Adds Two More - Indie Wire (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Josh Close (”Diary Of The Dead”) will play “a leading disciple” of Hoffman's character while “True Blood” vet Fiona Dourif (daughter of actor Brad Dourif) will play an unspecified role. They join a cast that also includes Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams, ... -
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LAFF 2011: Trailer for LETTERS FROM THE BIG MAN - Gordon and the Whale
Google News - over 5 years
Tackling the American legend of Bigfoot in a fictionalized narrative format, LETTERS FROM THE BIG MAN stars Lily Rabe, Jason Butler Harner, Isaac C. Singleton Jr., Jim Cody Williams, Fiona Dourif, Don McManus, and Karen Black
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2011 Los Angeles Film Festival First Round Of US & International Film ... - Daemon's Movies
Google News - almost 6 years
World Premiere Letters From the Big Man – (DIRECTOR/WRITER Christopher Munch PRODUCER Linda Brown CAST Lily Rabe, Jason Butler Harner, Isaac C. Singleton Jr., Jim Cody Williams, Fiona Dourif, Karen Black) – In this unique, gently humorous rumination on
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2011 LOS ANGELES FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES FIRST ROUND OF FILM SELECTIONS - Film Threat
Google News - almost 6 years
WORLD PREMIERE Letters From the Big Man – (DIRECTOR/WRITER Christopher Munch PRODUCER Linda Brown CAST Lily Rabe, Jason Butler Harner, Isaac C. Singleton Jr., Jim Cody Williams, Fiona Dourif, Karen Black) – In this unique, gently humorous rumination on
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What's On Sunday
NYTimes - over 7 years
8 P.M. (CBS) THE 61ST PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDSNeil Patrick Harris, left, who almost single-handedly boosted ratings as host of the Tony Awards, tries to spin the same magic for this ceremony, broadcast live from the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles -- and maybe take home a statuette for comedy supporting actor for ''How I Met Your Mother.'' Justin
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THEATER REVIEW | 'SOME AMERICANS ABROAD'; This Blessed Plot, Those Incurable Anglophiles
NYTimes - over 8 years
If the mere sight of a tea cozy sends you into paroxysms of pleasure, you might enjoy the revival of Richard Nelson's putative comedy ''Some Americans Abroad'' that opened Thursday night at the Second Stage Theater. But only frantically Anglophile theatergoers -- maybe pathologically Anglophile theatergoers -- are likely to derive much joy from
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