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Virtuosity is a 1995 American science fiction action film directed by Brett Leonard, and starring Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe. Howard W. Koch, Jr. served as an executive producer for the film. Virtuosity had an estimated budget of $30 million, but only made $24 million at the domestic box office. The film was released in the United States on August 4, 1995.***Stephen Nicholas Spinella (born October 11, 1956) is an American stage, television, and film actor.Spinella was born in Naples, Italy, to a father who was an American naval airplane mechanic. He grew up in Glendale, Arizona and graduated from the University of Arizona drama department. He also attended NYU's Tisch School of the Arts' Graduate Acting Program, graduating in 1982.Spinella won consecutive Tony-awards for Best Featured Actor and Best Actor for his performance as Prior Walter in Angels in America: Millennium Approaches and Angels in America: Perestroika respectively. He was also nominated for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for James Joyce's The Dead.***William Forsythe (born June 7, 1955) is an American character actor. He is most well known for his portrayal of various gangsters and tough guys in films such as Raising Arizona, Once Upon a Time in America, Stone Cold, Out For Justice, Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead, Dick Tracy, The Rock, and The Devil's Rejects. He also played recurring characters in the series Boardwalk Empire, Justified, John Doe, and The Untouchables as Al Capone.Keywords: Stephen Spinella, William Forsythe, actor, scene, film, movie, Virtuosity, American, science fiction, action film, 1995
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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Laila Robins can bring off any performance, whether it’s the delusional Blanche from "Streetcar Named Desire" or the take-charge second wife of President Woodrow Wilson. And we shouldn’t forget that Wilson was President of Princeton University and Governor of New Jersey earlier in his career. Wilson," currently at the George Street Playhouse, has a lot to say about government compromises, the League of Nations and the pitched battle between Wilson and Senate Majority Leader Henry Cabot Lodge. Wilson has been in ill health for several years and suffered a paralyzing stroke just after the Treaty of Versailles was signed in 1919. As Colonel Edward House (Stephen Spinella) says, he should have died on the train to Paris. Then he would have gained public sympathy and the League of Nations would have become a reality. Wilson returned to Washington and went on the road to defend his vision of the League. They sought compromises, which in Wilson’s view would have made the League worthless. After his second stroke, paralyzing one side of his body and impeding his speech, Edith Wilson shielded him from the public and made decisions in his name. This went on for a number of months, before he finally retired in 1921. But it turned out later, several letters and documents that were sent directly to him were never opened. Sherman Howard is the argumentative Lodge, testing Wilson at every turn. John Glover plays the President with a remarkable take on his staunch religious views, while being madly in love with his soon to be second wife, Edith. He is also moving in his later scenes, striving for speech when you can see his frustration as he is bedridden. There’s much talk about his first wife, Ellen, but she was never a factor in his later, decisive years. Her memory does, however, cast Edith in an unfavorable light by most of Wilson’s colleagues. A timeline shows the major issues at the time, from Archduke Ferdinand’s assassination to Austria-Hungary declaring war on Serbia. Then Germany declares war on Russia and France, invading Belgium. When Wilson is re-elected as President, he declares war on Germany in 1917. The Russian Revolution soon follows. At the end of World War I, Wilson travels to Versailles for the treaty, promoting his League of Nations vision But back in Washington, Secretary Joe Tumulty (Michael McGrath) tries to run interference with the Republican Senate, to no avail. Vice President Thomas Marshall (Richmod Hoxie) is left on the sidelines, never having an opportunity to see the president at. Source: www.tapinto.net
Stephen Spinella is courtly as the president's dearest friend who runs afoul of his wife. Michael McGrath is steadfast and salty as his New Jersey-born chief aide. Stephen Barker Turner confidently portrays the president's perhaps not entirely capable
As Colonel Edward House (Stephen Spinella) says, he should have died on the train to Paris. Then he would have gained public sympathy and the League of Nations would have become a reality. But, unfortunately, that didn't happen. Wilson returned to
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This raises the concern of others, including his personal adviser, “Colonel” Edward House (Stephen Spinella). Edith sees through House’s sycophantic flattering, which she sets out to disrupt. The marvelous tete-a-tete between Edith and House ...
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Stephen Spinella as Col. Edward House, President Wilson’s closest adviser and friend, with Laila Robins in “The Second Mrs. Wilson.” (Photo: COURTESY OF T. CHARLES ERICKSON) DiPietro, sticking closely to the historic facts, tells this story in very ...
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