Knowledge Identifier: +Martin_Scorsese
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1942.
Countries: United States (61%), United Kingdom (10%), (7%)
Linked to: New York University, Cardinal Hayes High School, Tisch School of the Arts, Cinecitta
David O. Selznick - The film was the second highest grossing film of 1947 and turned out to be the first movie that Martin Scorsese would see, inspiring Scorsese's director's career
Bernie Casey - Also, during his career he worked with such well-known directors as Martin Scorsese in his 1972 film "Boxcar Bertha" and appeared on such television series as "The Streets of San Francisco" and as U.N. Jefferson, the national head of the Lambda Lambda Lambda fraternity in "Revenge of the Nerds"
Gib Guilbeau - In 1972, Guilbeau contributed to the soundtrack for the Martin Scorsese film "Boxcar Bertha"
David Carradine - In 1972, he co-starred as 'Big' Bill Shelly in one of Martin Scorsese's earliest films "Boxcar Bertha", which starred Barbara Hershey, his domestic partner at the time
Ringo Starr - He appeared in "The Last Waltz", the Martin Scorsese film about the 1976 farewell concert of the Band, a favourite of the Beatles
Another Scorsese-directed documentary entitled American Boy appeared in 1978, focusing on Steven Prince, the cocky gun salesman who appeared in Taxi Driver.
Bob Dylan - Martin Scorsese's acclaimed cinematic chronicle of this show, "The Last Waltz", was released in 1978 and included about half of Dylan's set
Van Morrison - The filmed concert served as the basis for Martin Scorsese's 1978 film, "The Last Waltz"
Isabella Rossellini - She was married to Martin Scorsese from 1979 to 1982
His friend, Jay Cocks gave him the Wharton novel in 1980, suggesting that this should be the romantic piece Scorsese should film as Cocks felt it best represented his sensibility.
Joe Frank - His 1982 monologue "Lies" was used as the inspiration for the Martin Scorsese movie "After Hours", without permission
Jerry Lewis - He followed this up with a critically acclaimed performance in Martin Scorsese's 1983 film, "The King of Comedy", in which Lewis plays a late-night TV host plagued by obsessive fans
George Segal - In Martin Scorsese's 1985 black comedy "After Hours", Cheech and Chong play art thieves who steal a valuable sculpture by the artist George Segal, whom Cheech helpfully explains is "that dude who plays the banjo on "The Tonight Show"
Nicolas Cage - Other Cage roles included appearances in the acclaimed 1987 romantic-comedy Moonstruck, starring Cher; The Coen Brothers cult-classic comedy Raising Arizona; David Lynch's 1990 offbeat film Wild at Heart; a lead role in Martin Scorsese's 1999 New York City paramedic drama Bringing Out the Dead; and Ridley Scott's 2003 quirky drama Matchstick Men, in which he played an agoraphobic, mysophobic, obsessive-compulsive con artist with a tic disorder.
Nikos Kazantzakis - He gained renewed fame with the 1988 Martin Scorsese adaptation of his book "The Last Temptation of Christ"
Nikos Kazantzakis - Many cinemas banned the Martin Scorsese film, which was released in 1988 and based on this novel
James Stewart - Smith Goes to Washington" in 1988, when he made an impassioned plea in Congressional hearings, along with colleagues Burt Lancaster, Katharine Hepburn, Ginger Rogers, and film director Martin Scorsese, against Ted Turner's decision to 'colorize' classic black and white films, including It's a Wonderful Life.
C. J. Bolland - His song "The Prophet", sampling Willem Dafoe in Martin Scorsese's 1990 film "The Last Temptation of Christ" was an underground club hit
Lorraine Bracco - She is best known for her roles as Dr. Jennifer Melfi on the HBO series "The Sopranos" and as Karen Hill in the 1990 Martin Scorsese film, "Goodfellas"
Freddie Francis - In 1991, Francis provided the cinematography for the critical favourite "The Man in the Moon" as well as Martin Scorsese's remake of "Cape Fear"
Juliette Lewis - Lewis first garnered international attention and acclaim in 1991 with her turn as Danielle Bowden in Martin Scorsese's remake of "Cape Fear", for which she was nominated for an Academy *award for Best Supporting Actress in 1991
Enya - In 1993, her recording of "Marble Halls" from "Shepherd Moons" was featured in the Martin Scorsese film, "The Age of Innocence"
Miriam Margolyes - In 1994 she won the BAFTA *award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Mrs Mingott in Martin Scorsese's "The Age Of Innocence"
Pasquale Cajano - After two uncredited cameo appearances in "The Age of Innocence" and "Where Evil Lies", his friend Martin Scorsese cast him in the 1995 crime drama "Casino" as Chicago Outfit boss Remo Gaggi, a character inspired by the real-life Joseph Aiuppa
Robert Richardson (cinematographer) - He began a long working relationship with Martin Scorsese in 1995, beginning with "Casino"
L'Wren Scott - Scott has designed costumes for several films; "Diabolique" with Sharon Stone, "Ocean's Thirteen" with Ellen Barkin, Stanley Kubrick's final film "Eyes Wide Shut" and Martin Scorsese's Rolling Stones documentary "Shine a Light" with Mick Jagger, with whom she has been romantically linked since 2001
Asa Butterfield - "; at ancestry.com is an English actor known for starring in the Holocaust film "The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas" , playing Norman in the 2010 film "Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang", and taking the title role in Martin Scorsese's 2011 fantasy "Hugo"
Kenneth Tynan - Kathleen produced a screenplay, the rights to which were bought by Martin Scorsese in 1998
In 1999 Scorsese produced a documentary on Italian filmmakers entitled Il Mio Viaggio in Italia, known as My Voyage to Italy.
Wes Anderson - In 2000, filmmaker Martin Scorsese praised "Bottle Rocket" and "Rushmore" in an Esquire magazine article about Anderson
Lazy Lester - In 2003 Martin Scorsese included Lester in his blues tribute concert at Radio City Music Hall, a record of which was released as the film and album "Lightning in a Bottle"
Marshall Chess - In 2003, Chess was featured in the film "Godfathers and Sons" directed by Marc Levin, for the PBS series "The Blues", produced by Martin Scorsese
Ali Farka Toure - Toure and Harris appeared together in Martin Scorsese's 2003 documentary film "Feel Like Going Home", which traced the roots of blues back to its genesis in West Africa
Richard Hack - It is sometimes stated that Hack's book "Hughes" served as the basis for Martin Scorsese's 2004 film about Howard Hughes, "The Aviator"
Mark Wahlberg - He appeared as a foul-mouthed Massachusetts State Police detective in Martin Scorsese's critically acclaimed thriller, "The Departed" in 2006, which netted him an Academy *award nomination for Best Supporting Actor, a Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture, and an NSFC Best Supporting Actor *award
John Ford - The longer revised version of Directed by John Ford shown on Turner Classic Movies in November, 2006 features directors Steven Spielberg, Clint Eastwood, and Martin Scorsese, who suggest that the string of classic films Ford directed during 1936 to 1941 was due in part to an intense six-month extra-marital affair with Katharine Hepburn, the star of Mary of Scotland, an Elizabethan costume drama.
Dennis Lehane - On October 22, 2007 Paramount Pictures announced that they had optioned "Shutter Island" with Martin Scorsese attached as director
Ivy Film Festival - The 2008 festival featured a keynote address by Fox Filmed Entertainment Co-Chairman and CEO, Tom Rothman, and a master class by Martin Scorsese
Bob Marley - In February 2008, director Martin Scorsese announced his intention to produce a documentary movie on Marley
Dennis Lehane - His novel "Shutter Island" was adapted into a film by Martin Scorsese in 2010
Elia Kazan - In 2010, Martin Scorsese co-directed the documentary film "A Letter to Elia" as a personal tribute to Kazan
Max Richter - In 2010, Dinah Washington's "This Bitter Earth" was remixed with Richter's "On the Nature of Daylight" for the Martin Scorsese film "Shutter Island"
Jafar Panahi - American film directors Paul Thomas Anderson, Joel & Ethan Coen, Francis Ford Coppola, Jonathan Demme, Robert De Niro, Curtis Hanson, Jim Jarmusch, Ang Lee, Richard Linklater, Terrence Malick, Michael Moore, Robert Redford, Martin Scorsese, James_Schamus, Paul Schrader, Steven Soderbergh, Steven Spielberg, Oliver Stone and Frederick Wiseman signed a letter on 30 April 2010 urging Panahi's release
Gaspard Ulliel - The film for the campaign was directed by Academy *award-winning director Martin Scorsese and debuted in August 2010
Fran Lebowitz - On November 22, 2010, HBO debuted "Public Speaking", a documentary about Lebowitz by Martin Scorsese containing interviews and clips from speaking engagements
Christopher Lee - In 2011, Lee appeared in "The Resident" alongside Hilary Swank and the critically acclaimed "Hugo" directed by Martin Scorsese
Django Reinhardt - In the Martin Scorsese film, "Hugo", 2011, a character who appears to be, and is credited as, Reinhardt plays guitar in a combo in the station café
On April 19, 2013, financing was finally secured for "Silence" by Emmett/Furla Films, with Scorsese to begin shooting in Taiwan in July 2014