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Shelley Plimpton est une Actrice Américaine née le 27 février 1947 à Roseburg (Etats-Unis)

Shelley Plimpton

Shelley Plimpton
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Nationalité Etats-Unis
Naissance 27 février 1947 (73 ans) à Roseburg (Etats-Unis)

Shelley Plimpton (born February 27, 1947) is an American former actress and Broadway performer.

Plimpton was born in Roseburg, Oregon, to a father who ran an auto parts store. She is a "very distant" cousin of writer George Plimpton. She moved to New York with her researcher mother when she was 14, after her father died. Her acting career spanned from the mid-1960s to the mid-1970s. She created the role of "Crissy" in the original 1967 Off-Broadway production of Hair, and continued the role as a member of the original Broadway cast when the production moved to Broadway in 1968. In both productions, she sang the song "Frank Mills". Shelley Plimpton took a leave of absence from Hair to appear in Arlo Guthrie's film Alice's Restaurant, playing a 14-year-old who offers herself to Arlo, saying that she has already "made it" with several other musicians and "you'll probably be an album some day." He gently rejects her advances, giving her his bandana as a souvenir and saying simply, "I just don't want to catch your cold." Plimpton also appeared in the 1969 Robert Downey, Sr., film Putney Swope as one half of an interracial college couple ("It started last weekend at the Yale-Howard game") in a satire of a pimple cream TV spot. She sings a duet, in which she concludes: "My man uses Face Off / He's really out of sight, and so are his pimples."

Plimpton is the mother of actress Martha Plimpton (from a relationship with actor Keith Carradine) and a former wife of theatre director Daniel Sullivan (who worked as an assistant director on Hair).

Le plus souvent avec

Arthur Penn
Arthur Penn
(1 films)
Jim McBride
Jim McBride
(1 films)
Garry Goodrow
Garry Goodrow
(1 films)
Allan Arbus
Allan Arbus
(1 films)
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Filmographie de Shelley Plimpton (3 films)

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Glen and Randa, 1h33
Réalisé par Jim McBride
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Science-fiction, Aventure
Acteurs Shelley Plimpton, Garry Goodrow, Woodrow Chambliss
Rôle Randa
Note47% 2.3692252.3692252.3692252.3692252.369225
Les adolescents Glen et Randa sont membres d'une tribu qui vit dans une zone rurale, plusieurs décennies après que la guerre nucléaire a dévasté la planète. Ils ne connaissent rien du monde extérieur, sauf que Glen a lu et vu des photos d'une grande ville dans de vieux livres de bandes dessinées. Glen et Randa partent à la recherche de cette ville.
Alice's Restaurant, 1h51
Réalisé par Arthur Penn
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Comédie, Comédie dramatique, Musical
Thèmes La musique, Transport, Musique, Politique, Road movie
Acteurs James Broderick, Patricia Quinn, Patt Quinn, Shelley Plimpton, M. Emmet Walsh, Graham Jarvis
Rôle Reenie
Note63% 3.1506253.1506253.1506253.1506253.150625
Comme la chanson, le film est une critique satirique du service militaire obligatoire aux États-Unis au moment de la guerre du Viêt Nam, dans le style humoristique des hippies.
Putney Swope, 1h24
Réalisé par Robert Downey Sr.
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Comédie
Acteurs Arnold Johnson, Antonio Fargas, Allen Garfield, Allan Arbus, Robert Downey Sr., Shelley Plimpton
Rôle Face Off Girl
Note69% 3.4969053.4969053.4969053.4969053.496905
Putney Swope, the only black man on the executive board of an advertising firm, is accidentally put in charge after the unexpected death of the chairman of the board: each board member actually believed that he, himself, should be elected chairman, but the bylaws of the corporation prohibit voting for oneself, so each individual member voted his secret ballot for the person that no one else would vote for: Putney Swope.