Gershon, Gina 1962-
Gershon, Gina 1962-
Born June 10, 1962, in San Fernando Valley, CA. Education: Attended Emerson College; New York University, B.F.A., 1982.
Actor, author, singer, and songwriter. Actor in films, including Pretty in Pink, Paramount, 1986; Sweet Revenge, Concorde-New Horizons, 1987; Red Heat, Lions Gate, 1988; Cocktail, Buena Vista, 1988; Suffering Bastards, Cinelux, 1989; Voodoo Dawn, Platinum, 1990; Out for Justice, Warner, 1991; City of Hope, Esperanza Films, 1991; The Player, New Line, 1992; Joey Breaker, Breakdown Productions, 1993; Flinch, FTM Productions, 1994; Best of the Best 3: No Turning Back, Dimension, 1995; Showgirls, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), 1995; Bound, Republic Pictures, 1996; Touch, MGM, 1997; Face/Off, Paramount, 1997; This World, Then the Fireworks, BMG, 1997; Palmetto, Turner, 1988; Lulu on the Bridge, Lions Gate, 1998; I'm Losing You, Lions Gate, 1998; One Tough Cop, Sony Pictures, 1998; Prague Duet, Image Entertainment, 1998; Guinevere, Bandeira Entertainment, 1999; The Insider, Blue Lion Entertainment, 1999; Black and White, Bergman Lustig Productions, 1999; Driven, Franchise Pictures, 2001; Picture Claire, Alliance Atlantis Motion Picture Production, 2001; Slackers, Alliance Atlantis Communications, 2002; Demonlover, Citizen Films, 2002; Borderline, ApolloMedia, 2002; Prey for Rock & Roll, Prey, 2003; Out of Season, Bauer Martinez Studios, 2004; Three Way, Hyperion Pictures, 2004; One Last Thing, HDNet Films, 2005; Dreamland, Dreamland Motion Picture Company, 2006; Man about Town, Media 8 Entertainment, 2006; I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With, 3 Art Entertainment, 2006; Delirious, Thema Production, 2006; What Love Is, Big Sky Motion Pictures, 2007; P.S. I Love You, Alcon Entertainment, 2007; and Just Business, Peace Arch Motion Pictures, 2008. Vocal recordings include In Search of Cleo, 2007.
(With brother, Dann Gershon) Camp Creepy Time, Putnam (New York, NY), 2007.
For SIDELIGHTS, see entry on Dann Gershon, elsewhere in this volume.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Booklist, June 1, 2007, Kay Weisman, review of Camp Creepy Time, p. 68.
School Library Journal, June, 2007, Lauralyn Persson, review of Camp Creepy Time, p. 145.
Camp Creepy Time Web site,http://www.campcreepytime.com (February 6, 2008).
Gina Gershon Home Page,http://www.ginagershon.com (February 9, 2008).
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