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Pasztor, Beatrix Aruna 1958–

PASZTOR, Beatrix Aruna 1958–

(Beatrix Pasztor)


Born 1958, in Budapest, Hungary; immigrated to the United States, 1984. Education: Hungarian Academy of Applied Arts, graduated, 1984.


Agent—The Gersh Agency, 232 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210.


Costume designer. Designer of shoes and theatrical costumes in Hungary; hat designer and window dresser for New York City department stores, including Bloomingdale's and Henri Bendel; also worked as costume design supervisor.


Costume Designers Guild.

Awards, Honors:

Saturn Award nomination, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, best costumes, 1992, for The Fisher King; Golden Satellite Award, International Press Academy, best costume design, 2005, for Vanity Fair; Costume Designers Guild Award nomination, excellence for costume design for film—contemporary, 2005, for Alfie.


Film Work; Costume Designer:

Second assistant costume designer, Anna, 1987.

Bum Rap, Millennium Productions/Light Age Film-works, 1988.

Drugstore Cowboy, Avenue Entertainment/Image Entertainment, 1989.

The Fisher King, Columbia/TriStar, 1991.

Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College, Taurus Entertainment, 1991.

My Own Private Idaho, New Line Cinema, 1991.

Rock 'n' Roll High School Forever, LIVE Entertainment, 1991.

American Heart, Triton Pictures, 1992.

Indecent Proposal, Paramount, 1993.

Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, Fine Line, 1994.

To Die For (also known as 2 Die 4), Columbia, 1995.

Excess Baggage, Columbia, 1997.

Good Will Hunting, Miramax, 1997.

She's So Lovely (also known as Call It Love), Miramax, 1997.

U Turn (also known as U Turn—Ici commence l'enfer), TriStar, 1997.

Animals, Spectrum Films, 1998.

Psycho, Universal, 1998.

A Dog of Flanders, Warner Bros., 1999.

Wonder Boys (also known as Die Wonder Boys and Wonderboys—Lauter Wunderknaben), Paramount, 2000.

An American Rhapsody (also known as Amerikai rapszodia), Paramount Classics, 2001.

Monkeybone (live action and animated), Twentieth Century–Fox, 2001.

(As Beatrix Pasztor) Bad Company (also known as Ceska spojka), Buena Vista, 2002.

John Q, New Line Cinema, 2002.

In the Cut, Screen Gems/Sony Pictures Releasing, 2003.

(As Beatrix Pasztor) The Recruit, Buena Vista, 2003.

Alfie, Paramount, 2004.

Vanity Fair, Gramercy Pictures, 2004.

Aeon Flux, Paramount, 2005.

Film Work; Other:

Costume designer supervisor, Bloodhounds of Broadway, Sony Pictures Releasing, 1989.

(As Beatrix Pasztor) Costume consultant, Buffalo '66, Lions Gate Films, 1998.

Television Work; Specials:

Wardrobe stylist, Harlow: The Blonde Bombshell (documentary), TNT, 1993.

Stage Work:

Costume designer, The House of Bernarda Alba, TOMI Theatre, New York City, 1987.



Herself, "Psycho" Path, Universal Studios Home Video, 1999.

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