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Paul Guilfoyle

Paul Guilfoyle

Birthdate: April 28, 1949


Tempesta (2004)

An American art appraiser, Patrick Donovan, is sent to Venice to evaluate three paintings belonging to the famous Galleria dell'Accademia.

Company Man (2001)

In the 1960s, Alan Quimp is a schoolteacher of English grammar and married with the very demanding woman Daisy Quimp. In order to avoid the constant mockery in Daisy's family, Alan says that he is a secret CIA agent. Daisy tells everybody, the CIA acknowledges the lie, but due to a coincidence, A...

Session 9 (2001)

The Danvers State Hospital has been closed since 1985. Gordon Fleming (Mullan) is the owner of The Hazmat Elimination Company, a small asbestos removal company. When he hears that the hospital needs asbestos removed, he makes a bid to remove it, as he is in desperate need of money. He is also a n...

Random Hearts (1999)

The film adaptation loosely follows the story of the novel but many of the characters have been changed. Edward Davis is now Sergeant William 'Dutch' Van Den Broeck, a Washington, D.C. police officer. Vivien Simpson is now Kay Chandler, a wealthy Republican Congresswoman with a teenage daughter. ...

Entropy (1999)

Entropy is a 1999 film directed by Phil Joanou, starring Stephen Dorff and featuring the Irish rock band U2. The film is largely autobiographical, covering his early film career, his relationships (including a very short-lived marriage) and his pet cat.

In Dreams (1999)

Claire Cooper (Bening) is a suburban housewife and mother who illustrates children's stories and is married to an airline pilot (Aidan Quinn). Her perfect world unravels when her daughter is kidnapped and brutally murdered. Claire is haunted by her daughter's murderer, a serial killer named Vivia...

Exiled: A Law & Order Movie (1998)

The movie begins three years after Detective Mike Logan's (Chris Noth) final appearance on Law & Order in 1995. At the end of the episode "Pride", Logan punches a corrupt, homophobic politician in the face on the courthouse steps after the man's acquittal on a murder charge, in front of several r...

Primary Colors (1998)

A young political idealist named Henry Burton (Adrian Lester) is recruited to join the campaign of Jack Stanton (John Travolta), a charismatic, Southern governor who is vying to win the Democratic Party nomination for President of the United States. Henry is impressed by Stanton's genuine warmth ...

L.A. Confidential (1997)

Against the backdrop of Los Angeles in 1953, three LAPD officers become caught up in corruption, sex and murder following a multiple homicide at the Nite Owl coffee shop. Their story expands to encompass organized crime, political corruption, narcotics, pornography, prostitution, tabloid journali...

Air Force One (1997)

An American and Russian joint military operation results in the capture of General Ivan Radek (Jürgen Prochnow), the dictator of a rogue terrorist regime in Kazakhstan that had taken possession of former Soviet nuclear weapons. Three weeks later, a diplomatic dinner is held in Moscow to celebrate...

Path to Paradise: The Untold Story of the World Trade Center Bombing (1997)

The incredible story of the events leading up to the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York and the capture of the terrorists.

Night Falls on Manhattan (1997)

Detectives Liam Casey (Ian Holm) and Joey Allegretto (James Gandolfini) are conducting a surveillance operation to apprehend Jordan Washington (Shiek Mahmud-Bey), a notorious drug dealer. On a tip from an informant, they venture into a building where Washington is presumed to be hiding. Washingto...

Celtic Pride (1996)

Best friends for life, gym teacher Mike O'Hara and plumber Jimmy Flaherty are united by their love of Boston and its sports teams, especially the Boston Celtics, who are playing their last season in the old Boston Garden. So when the Celtics drop Game 6 of the NBA Finals to the Utah Jazz, setting...

Ransom (1996)

While multi-millionaire Tom Mullen and his wife Kate attend a science fair, their son Sean is kidnapped. Sean is taken to an apartment by Maris, a caterer for the Mullens, along with criminals Clark, Cubby and Miles. Tom and Kate receive an e-mail from the kidnappers demanding $2,000,000. Tom cal...

Extreme Measures (1996)

Dr. Guy Luthan (Hugh Grant) is a New York emergency room doctor who one night comes across a strange patient: a homeless man who has a wristband from a hospital he's not familiar with, mentioning a drug he's never heard of, and with strange symptoms, including a wildly fluctuating heart rate. Whe...

Striptease (1996)

The film revolves around Erin Grant (Demi Moore), a former FBI secretary, who loses custody of her young daughter Angela to her ex-husband Darrell (Robert Patrick). In order to afford an appeal, Erin becomes a stripper at the Eager Beaver, a Miami strip club. A Congressman named David Dilbeck (Bu...

A Couch in New York (1996)

A Couch in New York (French title Un divan à New York appeared also same frame with 2 lines) is a 1996 film about an anonymous exchange of apartments between a successful New York psychoanalyst and a young woman from Paris. It was written and directed by Chantal Akerman.

Heaven's Prisoners (1996)

A former police detective in New Orleans and a recovering alcoholic, Dave Robicheaux is living a quiet life in the swamplands of Louisiana with his wife Annie. The couple's tranquility is shattered one day when a drug smuggler's plane crashes in a lake, right before their eyes. Robicheaux succee...

Little Odessa (1994)

The film follows the personal relationship between a father (Schell) and his two sons (Roth and Furlong), one of whom is a hit-man for the Jewish-Russian mafia in Brooklyn.

Quiz Show (1994)

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