OThe movie focuses on a young black man named Odin who is convinced by a conniving best friend, Hugo that his girlfriend is cheating on him. This Dixie Jago schemes to bring down a black Othello and his Cassio, playing into the poisonous power of jealousy, however badly this also hurts their loved ones and the whole team.
Critic Reviews of "O"
NewsweekMarch 31, 2008
This arty melodrama is not likely to make teenage America get down with Shakespeare.
VarietyMarch 25, 2008
This transferral of the tragedy of the Moor to a contempo American high school is something that never should have gone further than a class assignment to see if it could be made to work.
Time OutJanuary 26, 2006
Credit, none the less, to the film-makers' game, unpatronising approach, and to Phifer and Stiles as compelling innocents.
New York ObserverSeptember 28, 2001
In the end, the Shakespearean ideas collapse on film because of the youthful callowness of the characters.
TIME MagazineSeptember 17, 2001
On your already groaning Shakespeare for Teens video shelf, stack this one above 10 Things I Hate About You ... and quite a bit below Romeo + Juliet.
New York Magazine/VultureSeptember 07, 2001
It's a doomy dirge of a movie, in which the protagonists, or at least the actors who play them, aren't equipped to handle their outsize passions.
Film4July 06, 2008
The presence of old lags Martin Sheen and John Heard just beggars belief. What were they thinking?
Observer (UK)March 25, 2008
It's highly enjoyable and well acted, with the Iago figure better motivated than in the original play, no single line of which has been retained except for the odd echo.
Film Journal InternationalMarch 01, 2007
Helmer Nelson has fashioned a clever premise, helped along by a smart ensemble that manages to highlight Shakespeare's work without parodying it--no small accomplishment.
Empire MagazineDecember 30, 2006
Hartnett never allows him to become a hissable villain, keeping Hugo shy of our sympathies, yet his every move is utterly believable.
EmanuelLevy.ComSeptember 17, 2006
Long on the Shelf, O is well directed and decently acted, but its narrative, while more or less faithful to Shakespeare, tried to do too much, pushing the characters and their emotions to unreasonable and unconvincing extremes.
Film ThreatJanuary 09, 2006
Leave it to Hollywood to make a bold, challenging film for teens (and adults) only to let it collect dust on a shelf as proposed release dates were set, then scratched, many times over.
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Actors of "O"
Mekhi PhiferBirth date: 29 December 1974, Harlem, New York City, New York, USADescription: Mekhi Phifer was born in Harlem, Manhattan, and was raised by his mother, Rhoda, a high school teacher. Phifer's acting career began when he auditioned at an open casting call for director Spike Lee's Clockers (1995) and was selected for the leading role. Working alongside Harvey Keitel and Delroy Lindo, he garnered critical acclaim for his compelling performance as Strike, a young New Jersey drug dealer involved in a murder cover-up. Following his impressive screen debut, he appeared in the comedy spoof High School High (1996). In the Columbia/Tristar thriller I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998), he co-starred with Jennifer Love Hewitt and Freddie Prinze Jr. He also starred in Soul Food (1997), 20th Century Fox's film that starred Vanessa Williams, Vivica A. Fox and Nia Long. In 2002, Phifer starred as Future, opposite Eminem, Brittany Murphy and Kim Basinger in Curtis Hanson's critically acclaimed film, 8 Mile (2002), as well as in the Miramax feature Paid in Full (2002), directed by Charles Stone III. In June, he was honored by the American Black Film Festival, receiving the organization's "Rising Star" Award. Phifer also recently appeared in the feature film O (2001), where he starred opposite Julia Stiles and Josh Hartnett. Based on William Shakespeare's Othello, he portrayed Odin, the captain of a champion high school basketball team whose best friend becomes jealous of his relationship with his girlfriend. In addition to his escalating film career, Mr. Phifer added to his growing list of television credits a starring role on the Emmy Award winning series, ER (1994) as Dr. Gregory Pratt, for which he recently received a NAACP Image Award Nomination. Mekhi Phifer's other television credits include leading roles in MTV's highly rated film Carmen: A Hip Hopera (2001), in which he did all his own rap work and starred opposite Beyoncé Knowles. He appeared in the Emmy award winning HBO Original Movie, A Lesson Before Dying (1999) with Don Cheadle and Cicely Tyson, where his subtle performance as a man on death row won rave reviews and also earned him an NAACP Image Award Nomination. He tackled the challenging role of NFL Hall of Famer Gale Sayers in the ABC television special Brian's Song (2001) and appeared in the celebrated HBO Original Film The Tuskegee Airmen (1995). Phifer has also made guest appearances on the popular police dramas Homicide: Life on the Street (1993) and New York Undercover (1994). Phifer recently completed work on Universal's Honey (2003), starring alongside Jessica Alba. He can also be seen in the Universal remake of the 1978 horror classic Dawn of the Dead (2004), starring Ving Rhames and Sarah Polley, and Slow Burn (2005) opposite Ray Liotta.
Martin SheenBirth date: 3 August 1940, Dayton, Ohio, USADescription: Multiple Emmy- and Golden Globe-winner Martin Sheen is one of America's most celebrated, colorful, and accomplished actors. Moving flawlessly between artistic mediums, Sheen's acting range is striking.Sheen was born Ramón Antonio Gerard Estevez in Dayton, Ohio, to Mary-Ann (Phelan), an Irish immigrant (from Borrisokane, County Tipperary), and Francisco Estevez, a Spanish-born factory worker and machinery inspector (from Parderrubias, Galicia). On the big screen, Sheen has appeared in more than 65 feature films including a star turn as Army Captain Benjamin L. Willard in Francis Ford Coppola's landmark film Apocalypse Now (1979), which brought Sheen worldwide recognition. The film also starred Marlon Brando, Dennis Hopper and Robert Duvall. Other notable credits include Wall Street (1987) (with son Charlie Sheen and Michael Douglas), Academy Award-winning film Gandhi (1982) (with Sir Ben Kingsley), Catch Me If You Can (2002) (with Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks), The American President (1995) (with Michael Douglas and Annette Bening) and a Golden Globe nominated breakthrough performance as Timmy Cleary in The Subject Was Roses (1968), a role he originated on Broadway and for which he received a Tony Award nomination as Best Featured Actor.In 2006, the actor played ill-fated cop Oliver Queenan in Martin Scorsese's Academy Award-winning film The Departed (2006) opposite Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson, Mark Wahlberg and Alec Baldwin.The same year, Sheen joined another all-star ensemble cast for the highly acclaimed feature Bobby (2006), written and directed by his son 'Emilio Estevez'. Bobby was nominated for a Golden Globe Award and a SAG Award; and starred Anthony Hopkins, Harry Belafonte, Laurence Fishburne, Sharon Stone, William H. Macy, Elijah Wood, Demi Moore and Heather Graham.For television audiences, Sheen is best recognized for his six-time Emmy nominated performance as President Josiah Bartlet in The West Wing (1999). Sheen won six of his eight Golden Globe nominations as well as an ALMA Award; and two individual SAG Awards; for the White House series. He won the Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor TV Series Drama in 2001.Of his ten Primetime Emmy nominations, Sheen won for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series on the long-running sitcom Murphy Brown (1988) (starring Candice Bergen) in 1994. In addition, he has garnered a Daytime Emmy Award for directing and another for performance.In 2006, Sheen was again nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series; this time for the CBS hit comedy Two and a Half Men (2003), starring his son Charlie Sheen.In addition to series television, Sheen has appeared in several important made-for-television movies and mini-series including playing President John F. Kennedy in the television mini-series Kennedy (1983) for which he received a Golden Globe nomination.
Josh HartnettBirth date: 21 July 1978, St. Paul, Minnesota, USADescription: Joshua Daniel Hartnett was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota, to Wendy Anne (Kronstedt) and Daniel Thomas Hartnett, a building manager. His father is of Irish and German descent, and his mother is of Swedish and Norwegian ancestry. Hartnett graduated from South High School in Minneapolis in June of 1996, then attended SUNY Purchase in New York. By April of 1997, he was offered the role of Michael Fitzgerald in the short-lived American television series Cracker (1997). Josh started off doing small plays and national commercials, but broke into the big-screen movie business with his starring roles in Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998), The Faculty (1998), and Pearl Harbor (2001).
Andrew KeeganBirth date: 29 January 1979, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Andrew Keegan was born in Shadow Hills, California. He was first recognized for his gregarious performance of teen rebel "Zack Dell in the cult-classic film Camp Nowhere (1994). Barely in high school, Roland Emmerich cast Keegan in the blockbuster Independence Day (1996). After an immediate rise in popularity, the charismatic actor guest-starred on many hit shows before being cast on the TV drama Party of Five (1994). That same year, he landed another recurring role on 7th Heaven (1996), the WB's longest-running hit series, on which he played a single teenaged father in love with Jessica Biel's character Mary. Keegan showed his range from comedy to drama in two modern-day Shakespearean film adaptations. His hilarious performance as the antagonist of Heath Ledger in the comedy 10 Things I Hate About You (1999) was balanced by a solid dramatic performance as Mekhi Phifer's best friend in O (1995), which was directed by Tim Blake Nelson.A bold choice in his career, Keegan accepted the lead role in Greg Berlanti's critically acclaimed The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy (2000), which showed a more vulnerable side of his acting range as the newbie. The film won best picture that year at the GLAAD Awards. Expanding his range in 2009, Keegan made his theatrical stage debut in the provocative award winning play "He Asked For It." Keegan stepped on stage as Rigby, a character tackling the emotional issues of being HIV-positive in modern-day society. In 2010, Keegan jumped into the cockpit as Strayger, a drug-smuggling pilot in the high-octane action film Kill Speed (2010). Innovative camera technology allowed the adrenaline-driven actor to give his performance while doing aeronautical stunts in mid-flight.Alongside William Sadler and John Heard, Keegan took on a darker role as a sadistic and sociopathic vampire named Blake in the film Living Among Us (2017).
Julia StilesBirth date: 28 March 1981, New York City, New York, USADescription: Julia O'Hara Stiles was born on March 28, 1981 in New York City, the outgoing daughter of a Greenwich Village artist mother, Judith Newcomb Stiles, and an elementary school teacher father, John O'Hara. She is the eldest of three children, and has Irish, English, and German ancestry. Encouraged to take modern dance lessons at an early age, she was introduced to Shakespeare and theater. At age 11, she made her debut as a child actress with the experimental off-Broadway La MaMa Theatre. Her passion grew and by the next year was performing professionally and working in commercials. A bright, precocious student, she was seriously considered for the child vampire role of Claudia in Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994) but lost out in the end to Kirsten Dunst. She continued training at New York's Professional Children's School and, at 15, made her cinematic bow with I Love You, I Love You Not (1996) with Claire Danes. Next featured as the daughter of Harrison Ford in The Devil's Own (1997), her breakout role came on TV with the hard-hitting mini-movie Before Women Had Wings (1997), which was produced by Oprah Winfrey and dealt with child abuse. Her wish to play Shakespeare was granted threefold with her participation in 10 Things I Hate About You (1999), which was based on the Bard's "The Taming of The Shrew" and won her the Chicago Film Critics Award as the volatile teen Kat; an updated version of Hamlet (2000) which paired her Ophelia with Ethan Hawke; and another updated version of "Othello" entitled O (2001), which had her high school character of Desi (Desdemona) involved in a mixed romantic relationship with African-American Mekhi Phifer. The violent-edged film was made in 1998 but not released until three years later due to the tragic Colorado student shootings at Columbine High School. In addition, Julia later portrayed Viola off-Broadway in a Shakespeare-in-the-Park production of "Twelfth Night" in 2002.She temporarily interrupted her career after deciding to enroll at Columbia University in 2000, where she earned a degree in English. Stiles has also returned to the stage, appearing in David Mamet's "Oleanna" in London, a role she would reprise on Broadway in 2009, opposite Bill Pullman and directed by Doug Hughes.Moving into mainstream roles by the millennium, she took on a role that would carry her through the decade, co-starring with Matt Damon in popular Bourne series: The Bourne Identity (2002), The Bourne Supremacy (2004), and The Bourne Ultimatum (2007). During the time between Bourne films, she appeared in ensemble dramas, appearing opposite Julia Roberts in Mona Lisa Smile (2003), won offbeat notice in the title role of Carolina (2003) with Shirley MacLaine and Randy Quaid. She also returned to her indie film roots, with films such as Between Us (2012) and the comedy farce, It's a Disaster (2012).In 2010, she switched gears and headed to series television, joining the cast of Dexter (2006) for the show's fifth season in the role of Lumen Pierce, a performance that earned her nominations for both the Golden Globe and the Emmy for Best Supporting Actress. In 2012, she followed up with another series, Blue (2012), which airs on YouTube, while preparing for cinematic roles in Silver Linings Playbook (2012) and The Bell Jar (2018).
Rain PhoenixBirth date: 21 November 1972, Crockett, Texas, USADescription: Rain Phoenix is the second child and first daughter born to Arlyn and John Bottom. At a young age, she and her brother River were singing on the streets of South America for money for their growing family. As the years carried on, Rain became a big sister to brother, Joaquin, and sister, Liberty. When Arlyn was pregnant with Rain's youngest sister, Summer, the Bottom family were moving back to America and changed their name to 'Phoenix', to commemorate their new beginning. With a love of nature and animals, the Phoenixes decided to become vegans. A short while later, all five talented Phoenix children were signed to agent Iris Burton.Over the years, Rain has starred along celebrities like Julia Stiles, Josh Hartnett and Uma Thurman. Her love of music has lead her to appear in such bands as Aleka's Attic, whom her brother River was also in, The Causey Way with her sister Summer and her current band, The Paper Cranes with her husband, Michael Tubbs. She also toured with the Red Hot Chilli Peppers as a backup singer during their 'One Hot Minute' tour in 1996. A good friend of Michael Stipe, they have collaborated together on many projects (including the soundtrack to Happiness, and several REM songs).Rain is currently happily married to her husband Michael. They and the rest of The Paper Cranes are working on their first full-length album, due to be released in September.
Chris FreihoferBirth date: 30 June 1963, Quakertown, Pennsylvania, USADescription: Chris Freihofer was born on June 30, 1963 in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, USA. He is known for his work on August: Osage County (2013), Splinter (2008) and To the Wonder (2012).
Elden HensonBirth date: 30 August 1977, Rockville, Maryland, USADescription: Elden Henson (formerly billed as Elden Ratliff and Elden Ryan Ratliff) got his start in the business at age two, as a baby model. By the time he was six, he was appearing in numerous commercials; by age ten, he was on his way to becoming a successful child actor. By the time he started high school, John Burroughs High School in Burbank, California, he got his big break, starring in the three The Mighty Ducks (1992) movies as enforcer Fulton Reed. From there, he went on to get rave reviews as Max Kane, the seemingly slow-witted giant in Miramax's The Mighty (1998). Elden has since starred in Idle Hands (1999), She's All That (1999), and Showtime's A Gift of Love: The Daniel Huffman Story (1999).
John HeardBirth date: 7 March 1945, Washington, District of Columbia, USADescription: John Heard is a very talented actor who established himself in the late 1970s and early '80s with roles in the movies Between the Lines (1977), Chilly Scenes of Winter (1979) (a.k.a. "Head Over Heels"), and Heart Beat (1981) (in which he played Jack Kerouac to Nick Nolte's Neal Cassady and Sissy Spacek's Carolyn Cassady) before giving a tour de force performance as a hideously wounded (both physically and psychologically) Vietnam veteran in Cutter's Way (1981) (a.k.a. "Cutter and Bone") opposite Jeff Bridges. He also shined as Reverend Dimmesdale (one of America's first religious hypocrites) in the 1979 PBS version of Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter (1979).Both "Chilly Scenes of Winter" and Cutter's Way" (originally released as "Head Over Heels" and "Cutter and Bone", respectively) had been re-released under new titles after failing in their first go-rounds, such was the quality of the films. The two re-releases helped redefine the practice by which major studios handled smaller, art house quality pictures by releasing them carefully to select theaters with bespoke marketing campaigns so they reached the proper audience. (Studios would later develop their own art film-independent film subsidiaries to handle such pictures, so they didn't "fall through the cracks" like the first releases of the two Heard films.)By the early 1980s John Heard seemed on his way to establishing himself as a major American actor if not on the path to movie stardom. At the time, there was joke that involved confusing Heard with John Hurt and William Hurt because of the similarity of their last names. At the time these contemporaries were considered equal in terms of their star power. That was 30 years ago.William Hurt (the erstwhile husband of Heard's "Head Over Heels" co-star Mary Beth Hurt) went on to win a Best Actor Oscar as well as enjoy leading man status as a movie star in the mid- to late-'80s before he flared out in the early 1990s. John Hurt become one of the most respected actors of his generation, nominated twice for the Academy Award. Among Heard's co-stars of his early endeavors, Bridges and Spacek also went on to win Oscars and Nolte has been a multiple nominee.In the early '80s it would not have been unreasonable to predict that Heard himself would become an Oscar winner or a multiple nominee. That didn't happen. (He did get nominated for an Emmy for his turn as a corrupt police detective on The Sopranos (1999).)Heard now is best known for his two turns as Macaulay Culkin's father in the Home Alone (1990) movies. In the 1980s he continued to work on A-List projects, playing the not-so-sympathetic son to Geraldine Page in The Trip to Bountiful (1985) (for which Page won her own Oscar) and Tom Hanks's adult rival in Big (1988) (for which Hanks won his first Oscar nomination), but this meant that by the latter part of the decade he had failed to establish himself as a leading man and was doing supporting roles.
Anthony JohnsonBirth date: 7 March 1945, Washington, District of Columbia, USADescription: Anthony Johnson is an actor and writer, known for Menace II Society (1993), Friday (1995) and O (2001).
Chris DongBirth date: 11 December 1982, Charleston, South Carolina, USADescription: Chris Dong was born on December 11, 1982 in Charleston, South Carolina, USA. He is an actor, known for O (2001).
Rachel ShumateBirth date: 27 July 1983Description: Rachel Shumate was born on July 27, 1983 as Rachel Anne Shumate. She is an actress, known for O (2001), The Last Summer (2004) and Students vs. School Violence (2000).
Marshall GitterBirth date: 26 December 1957, New Jersey, USADescription: Marshall Gitter was born on December 26, 1957 in New Jersey, USA. He is an actor and writer, known for O (2001), Winchell (1998) and Big Packages (1996).
Lisa Benavides-NelsonBirth date: 30 July 1965, San Antonio, Texas, USADescription: Currently serves on the faculty of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Acting Program. Other teaching and directing credits include: SUNY-Purchase, The Juilliard School, The Actor's Center New York, The Stella Adler Conservatory, and The Shakespeare Lab at The Public Theater. Acting credits include: Lincoln Center Theatre, Williamstown Theater Festival, The Alliance Theatre, The Huntington Theatre, The Birmingham Theatre Company, Portland Stage Company, The Acting Company. Film credits include: An Upheaval, Eye of God, O, The Grey Zone, Leaves of Grass and the upcoming Anesthesia. Lisa is a graduate of The Juilliard School (Group 20), and The Actor's Center's Teacher Development Program. She proudly serves on the board of The 52nd Street Project; a theatre program that makes original theatre with the children of Hell's Kitchen. She is married to Actor/Director Tim Blake Nelson. They have three boys and live on the Upper West Side.
Ken FrenchBirth date: 30 July 1965, San Antonio, Texas, USADescription: Ken French is an actor, known for O (2001).
Dana RatliffBirth date: 30 July 1965, San Antonio, Texas, USADescription: Dana Ratliff is an actor, known for O (2001).
Christopher JonesBirth date: 4 February 1982, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USADescription: Christopher Jones was born on February 4, 1982 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA as Christopher Michael Jones. He is known for his work on Forrest Gump (1994), You Got Served (2004) and Big Momma's House 2 (2006).
Ronalda StoverBirth date: 4 February 1982, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USADescription: Ronalda Stover is an actress, known for O (2001).
Kelvin O'BryantBirth date: 26 October 1983, Charleston, South Carolina, USADescription: South Carolina native and classically trained, Kelvin O'Bryant, received his B.A. in Theater from the University of South Carolina. Along with a summer spent at the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey under the tutelage of Bonnie J. Monte, Kelvin has studied with Sharon Chatten, Margie Haber, John Rosenfeld, and J.R. Cacia. This versatile actor thirsts for artistic growth and inspiration. His passion for the craft and humanity shines through in all of his work.
Jack MunnBirth date: 26 October 1983, Charleston, South Carolina, USADescription: Jack Munn is known for his work on Dear John (2010), Leatherheads (2008) and Army Wives (2007).
Michael FlippoBirth date: 26 October 1983, Charleston, South Carolina, USADescription: Michael Flippo is an actor, known for O (2001), Radio (2003) and Something to Talk About (1995).
James MiddletonBirth date: 26 October 1983, Charleston, South Carolina, USADescription: James Middleton is an actor, known for The Notebook (2004), O (2001) and The New Daughter (2009).
Julie FishellBirth date: 26 October 1983, Charleston, South Carolina, USADescription: Julie Fishell is an actress, known for O (2001).
Wally WelchBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Wally Welch was born in Sanderson, Texas on March 24, 1947 to Lewis Welch, a conductor for Amtrak, and Betty Welch, a housewife. Wally has two younger siblings. At 18 years old, Wally joined the military, where he trained as an air traffic controller during the Vietnam War. After his honorable discharge, Wally and his then wife, Esther, moved to Conroe, Texas. Wally and Esther had two children together before they divorced in the early 1980's.Around the same time of his divorce, Wally got bit by the acting bug and his passion for the art has yet to falter. It is that passion, along with his good looks and larger than life personality, that has allowed Wally's career to span thirty years now, as he continues to earn roles on the small and big screens.
Zac DavidBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Zac David is an actor, known for O (2001).
James GallowayBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: James Galloway is an actor, known for O (2001).
Michael GivensBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Michael Givens is an actor, known for O (2001).
Chase PageBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Chase Page is an actor, known for O (2001).
Rick StreeterBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Rick Streeter is an actor, known for O (2001).
Doug AyersBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Doug Ayers is known for his work on O (2001) and Leo (2002).
Dal ConnerBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Dal Conner is an actor, known for O (2001) and Eastbound & Down (2009).
David DooleyBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: David Dooley is an actor, known for O (2001).
Justin FeriraBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Justin Ferira is an actor, known for O (2001).
Jaime IngramBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Jaime Ingram is an actor, known for O (2001).
Jantz BakerBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Jantz Baker is an actor, known for O (2001).
Jerred ClarkeBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Jerred Clarke is an actor, known for O (2001).
Christopher GroomsBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Christopher Grooms is an actor, known for O (2001).
Shawn HillBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Shawn Hill is an actor, known for Ghost Town (2008), O (2001) and Hold It Like a Baby (2009).
Parker KirbyBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Parker Kirby is an actor, known for O (2001).
Sean MurphyBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Sean Murphy is an actor, known for O (2001).
Jon RosenbloomBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Jon Rosenbloom is an actor, known for O (2001).
Derek ZieminskiBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Derek Zieminski is an actor, known for O (2001).
Richard GrandisonBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Richard Grandison is an actor, known for O (2001).
Evan JonesBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Evan Jones is an actor, known for O (2001).
Errol McPhersonBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Errol McPherson is an actor, known for O (2001).
Nathan MonroeBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Nathan Monroe is an actor, known for O (2001).
Tony MooreBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Tony Moore is an actor, known for O (2001).
Bernard SmallsBirth date: 24 March 1947, Sanderson, Texas, USADescription: Bernard Smalls is an actor, known for O (2001).
Directors of "O"
Tim Blake NelsonBirth date: 11 May 1964, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USADescription: Tim Blake Nelson was born on May 11, 1964 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. He is an actor and director, known for O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000), The In...
Creators of "O"
William ShakespeareBirth date: 23 April 1564, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, Kingdom of England [now England, UK]Description: William Shakespeare's birthdate is assumed from his baptism on April 25. His father John was the son of a farmer who became a successful tradesman;...
Brad KaayaDescription: Brad Kaaya grew up in Sacramento, California, but now resides in Los Angeles. He graduated from the University of California-Davis with a degree in...