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Tony Forsyth

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Tony Forsyth (born Liverpool) is an English actor.

Forsyth is best known for his role playing "Michael" in the 1988 British Film The Fruit Machine, a/k/a Wonderland (USA). He first appeared on television in the BBC's Journey in the Life of John Lennon and Channel 4's Brookside before being cast in the leading role of rent-boy Michael in 'The Fruit Machine', writer Frank Clarke's follow-up to Letter to Brezhnev.

Other film roles include Hard Days Hard Nights as Alan in a story loosely based on The Beatles trip to Hamburg before they hit the big time, The Tall Guy as Berkoff Actor and Derek Jarman's Edward II in which he played Captive Policeman. Other TV appearances include a guest spot in ITV's drama series Heartbeat as Ian Clayton and playing opposite Selina Cadell in Screenplay broadcast on BBC 2 in 1992.

Several other film roles were completed, along with a stage career.

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Derek Jarman
Derek Jarman
(1 films)
Sandy Powell
Sandy Powell
(1 films)
Roger Hammond
Roger Hammond
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Louis Emerick
Louis Emerick
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Filmographie de Tony Forsyth (4 films)

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Hard Days, Hard Nights
Genres Drame
Thèmes La musique
Acteurs Tony Forsyth, Al Corley, Nick Moran, Rita Tushingham, Ulrich Mühe, Sharon Brauner
Rôle Alan

A British rock and roll band from Liverpool descends on Hamburg, c. 1960. They form romantic liaisons with several townspeople.
Letter from Home
Origine Etats-Unis
Acteurs Tony Forsyth
Rôle Jack's Father (younger)

Edward II
Edward II (1991)
, 1h30
Réalisé par Derek Jarman
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Drame, Historique, Romance
Thèmes Sexualité, Théâtre, Bisexualité, Homosexualité, Adaptation d'une pièce de théâtre, LGBT, LGBT
Acteurs Steven Waddington, Tilda Swinton, Andrew Tiernan, Kevin Collins, Dudley Sutton, Jerome Flynn
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Le film reprend avec une certaine fidélité le texte de la pièce de Marlowe, mais avec une mise en scène postmoderne. L'action est transposée, mêlant des éléments de l'époque (le XIV siècle) à des éléments du XX siècle. Le côté théâtral est souligné par les décors. La chanteuse d'Eurythmics fait une apparition le temps d'une chanson.
The Fruit Machine, 1h43
Réalisé par Philip Saville
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Drame
Thèmes Sexualité, Homosexualité, LGBT, LGBT
Acteurs Emile Charles, Tony Forsyth, Robert Stephens, Louis Emerick, Robbie Coltrane, Bruce Payne
Rôle Michael
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Eddie and Michael are two 16-year-old best friends on the brink of adulthood. They are both gay, but hold diametrically opposed outlooks on life. Eddie likes watching old movies on video with his mum. Michael likes video games and the street. They are total opposites that argue like an old married couple. Leaving behind the grim, oppressive reality of Liverpool (in the 1980s unemployment rates in Liverpool were amongst the highest in the UK), they stumble into the bizarre fantasy world of a transvestite nightclub called The Fruit Machine, run by "Annabelle". There, they witness a brutal gangland murder by Echo that transforms their quest for adventure into a run for their lives. Alone and afraid, yet hopeful, they wind up in Brighton with Vincent and Eve at Wonderland, where their path is strewn with manipulation, deceit and murder.