Paul Hipp
American actor
Paul Hipp
Paul Hipp is an American actor, singer, songwriter and filmmaker.
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The Horror of Living in “Socialist” France - OB Rag
Google News - over 5 years
... sponsored Bill O'Reilly: who could put up with such a complicated «socialist» system and why would they want to? I must be a masochist. To give you a comparison of health care systems, there is this little ditty We're Number 37 by Paul Hipp
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El bombón erótico prepara el gran salto - Los Andes (Argentina)
Google News - over 5 years
Sobre qué onda con Johh Cusack, el protagonista de “Dictablanda”, Luli se limita a caracterizarlo como “divino y amoroso”, tanto como los otros dos coprotagonistas (Paul Hipp y Kevin Morris). “Sólo fueron reacios a los fotos de la prensa;
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TV best bets: Wed., July 20 - NorthJersey.com
Google News - over 5 years
TimTom (Paul Hipp) is hosting a Halloween event at church. Axl and his friends go to an exclusive haunted house party. Brick chooses a unique costume in "Halloween." Kathy Najimy guest stars on 'Franklin & Bash' at 9 tonight on TNT
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Una película sin nombre - Lanacion.com (Argentina)
Google News - over 5 years
La tarde previa al rodaje en la calle que nunca duerme, Cusack y sus otros dos colegas norteamericanos en esta historia, Paul Hipp y Kevin Morris, que también firman el guión, compartieron el rodaje de una secuencia en el restaurante de los unicornios
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"4:44 Last Day On Earth" la 'melancholia' de Abel Ferrara - filmin.es
Google News - almost 6 years
Willem Dafoe junto a la, valiente ella, ex-novia del propio Ferrara, Shanyn Leigh ("Enemigos Públicos"), la problématica Natasha Lyonne (ella si podría ser la ex-novia del director) y el habitual veterano en el cine del realizador neoyorkino Paul Hipp
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Exclusive: First Look At Willem Dafoe In Abel Ferrara's Latest “4:44 Last Day ... - Indie Wire (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Dafoe stars alongside “Public Enemies” actress (and the director's longtime partner) Shanyn Leigh, with troubled actress Natasha Lyonne and Ferrara veteran Paul Hipp (“The Funeral”) and you can read the synopsis below. In a large apartment high above
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Balloons lifts Armendariz's 'Afraid' - Variety
Google News - almost 6 years
Starring Willem Dafoe, Shanyn Leigh ("Public Enemies"), Paul Hipp and Natasha Lyonne, "Earth" is produced by Larrain's Chile-based Fabula, Wild Bunch and Funny Balloons. It's Funny Balloons' first production and the first movie it will pre-sell
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Festejó Al Pacino 71 años viendo “Wilde Salome” - Filmeweb
Google News - almost 6 years
Además, a principios de mes, el diario “El Clarín” publicó que Pacino participaría en un filme del director argentino Alejandro Agresti, llamado “Dictablanda”, protagonizada por John Cusack, Paul Hipp y Kevin Morris. Alfredo James Pacino nació en Nueva
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Al Pacino en la cumbre de su carrera - laverdad.com
Google News - almost 6 years
El icónico actor se sumará a la trama que cuenta la historia de tres amigos estadounidenses encarnados por John Cusack, Paul Hipp y Kevin Morris, quienes se van de viaje a Argentina y descubren cosas sobre el país y su gente
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FILM REVIEW; It's Monsters Against Cretins In a Den of Curdled Affluence
NYTimes - over 16 years
The charismatic, predatory stranger who through sexual manipulation and bullying takes over a household in which he's either a guest or a servant is a ready-made metaphor for class struggle that the movies have plied for decades. Raw working-class ambition trumps aristocratic ''decadence'' every time. Jon Reiss's film, ''Cleopatra's Second
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THE ANNOTATED LIST; Women Box, Men Dive, Dogs Preen and a Boy Pirouettes
NYTimes - over 16 years
September * ''ALMOST FAMOUS'' The director Cameron Crowe's first film since ''Jerry Maguire'' is the semiautobiographical story, set in 1973, of his days as a fledgling rock journalist. Against the wishes of his stern mother (Frances McDormand), the chipper, downy-cheeked hero (Patrick Fugit, a newcomer) goes on the road with Stillwater, a
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FILM REVIEW; The Ghosts of Idealism And an Obsessive Love
NYTimes - almost 17 years
Keith Gordon's painfully earnest screen adaptation of Scott Spencer's novel ''Waking the Dead'' grasps at a fusion of historicism and heartbreak that we normally expect to find in sprawling Hollywood epics, not in interior psychological dramas like Mr. Spencer's novel. But in falling short of its goal, the movie raises the question of whether it's
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FILM REVIEW; Last Exit: Hurtling Down the Road to Ruin
NYTimes - about 18 years
''So you two are Bonnie and Clyde, eh?'' Melanie Griffith asks a pair of druggy young lovebirds in ''Another Day in Paradise,'' the second unapologetically seedy feature directed by Larry Clark. ''So are we.'' That's because the one big happy pseudo-family wobbling through this improbably vibrant road movie consists of two middle-aged junkies (Ms.
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THEATER; Two Productions Tell 'The Buddy Holly Story'
NYTimes - over 23 years
BRIDGEPORT'S "Buddy" or Candlewood's "Buddy?" Your move. The confluence of two productions of "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story" -- at the Downtown Cabaret Theater in Bridgeport and Gateway's Candlewood Playhouse in New Fairfield -- proves positively that a more disposable book than the one Alan Janes wrote for the 1990 Broadway version and the London
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TV Weekend; Winning His Heart, Not to Mention His Gallbladder
NYTimes - over 24 years
Pay television has discovered there's more than one way to tap vividly into the sex-and-violence market. Showtime has enlisted the director Zalman King ("9 1/2 Weeks") to stretch his trademark kinkiness in an anthology series called "Red Shoe Diaries." Home Box Office, with a somewhat uneasy wink, just keeps bringing back the "Tales From the Crypt"
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'Will Rogers' and 'Saigon' Top Tony Race
NYTimes - almost 26 years
"The Will Rogers Follies," the last show to open on Broadway this season, and "Miss Saigon," the most publicized extravaganza of this or perhaps any season, came in first in the Tony Award nominations derby yesterday with 11 each, including nods for best musical. Also chosen in the best-musical category were the Caribbean-based "Once on This
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SUNDAY VIEW; The Gershwins' 'Oh, Kay!' Dances to Harlem
NYTimes - over 26 years
"OH, KAY!" -- THE GERSHWIN brothers' 1926 opus, David Merrick's 88th Broadway production and the first big splash of the season -- is the one thing an escapist musical can't afford to be: hard-working. The effort is everywhere -- from a tap-dancing ensemble that is pounding the floor like so many human jackhammers, to a leading lady who conducts
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Review/Theater; In a Rock Star's Story, the Music Is the Thing
NYTimes - over 26 years
"Let's rock and roll!" is the inevitable battle cry of the sainted hero of "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story." And who would go anywhere near the new musical at the Shubert for any reason other than rock-and-roll? The nostalgia-seeking audience at "Buddy" knows what it wants -- golden oldies pounded out the way they used to be -- and the people who
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Paul Hipp
    FIFTIES
  • 2015
    Age 51
    On the musical front Hipp will release a CD of original music called "The Remote Distance" as well as a CD of songs from and inspired by the film "No Somos Animales" called "Buenos Aires" in the fall of 2015.
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    Hipp continued his long collaboration with director Abel Ferrara, who directed him and Willem Dafoe in 4:44 Last Day on Earth as well as 2015's Welcome to New York starring Gérard Depardieu.
    More Details Hide Details Hipp also contributed the opening and closing credit themes to "Welcome To New York". Paul is in his sixth season as Guitar slinging minister Reverend TimTom in the ABC's comedy The Middle. He is currently in post production on the Argentine-American film No Somos Animales (originally titled Dictablanda), in which he costars with John Cusack and Al Pacino. Hipp and Cusack also co-wrote the film with Kevin Morris and director Alejandro Agresti. Other film projects include his ongoing feature documentary Burn Out, which features appearances by John Cusack, Nick Nolte, Larry Clark, Laird Hamilton, and Malcolm McLaren.
  • FORTIES
  • 2006
    Age 42
    In 2006, Hipp was invited by Arianna Huffington to blog for her new venture called The Huffington Post, for which Hipp created satirical musical parodies like his take on Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues" (with Dick Cheney singing about his hunting mishap) and the Beatles' "I Am the Walrus" (a take-off of George W. Bush's "I’m the Decider" quote).
    More Details Hide Details Many of the videos created for The Huffington Post became viral sensations and were picked up by major news outlets all over the country. While continuing with occasional parody, Hipp started writing and performing original "blogs"— topical songs sung live in the kitchen to a laptop computer in simple fashion with acoustic guitar a la Woody Guthrie. Hipp wrote and produced several songs sung by Hilary Duff for the John Cusack and Ben Kingsley vehicle War, Inc.. He co-starred in Two Tickets to Paradise (2006), along with writer/director D. B. Sweeney and John C. McGinley, and Ed Harris and appeared in director Ernst Gossner's South of Pico (2007). He also co-starred in the Showtime pilot Manchild alongside Kevin Smith, John Corbett and James Purefoy. He was guest star on the TV shows Scrubs, CSI: NY, CSI: Miami, The Closer, Without a Trace and Ugly Betty.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2000
    Age 36
    In 2000, Hipp made his feature film directorial debut with Death of a Dog, which stars Julie Kessler and Edie Falco and executive produced by Abel Ferrara.
    More Details Hide Details Hipp wrote both the script for the film, as well as the soundtrack and score. In 2005 Paul played the half man-half woman circus performer Bert/Bertha Hagenbach on the second season of the HBO series Carnivàle.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1963
    Born
    Born on July 17, 1963.
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