Sam Irvin Movies and Career Information

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Jun 14, 1956
Actor, Director and Producer

Sam Irvin (b. June 14, 1956 in Asheville, North Carolina) is an openly gay American film and television director, producer, screen writer, and author. After beginning his career as director Brian De Palma's assistant on Dressed to Kill, Irvin's first directorial effort, which he also wrote and produced, was the 1985 dark comedy short Double Negative, which starred Bill Randolph, Justin Henry, Wayne Knight, and William Finley. It premiered as an official selection at the Sundance Film Festival and subsequently played theatrically in New York and Los Angeles. Janet Maslin of New York Times wrote that it was "an exceptionally promising first effort." His feature film directing credits include Guilty as Charged (starring Rod Steiger, Lauren Hutton, Heather Graham, and Isaac Hayes), Out There (starring Billy Campbell and Billy Bob Thornton), Fat Rose and Squeaky (starring Louise Fletcher and Cicely Tyson), and Elvira's Haunted Hills (for which he won the Audience Award at the 2002 Provincetown International Film Festival). From his own original screenplay, Irvin directed Kiss of a Stranger (starring Mariel Hemingway, Dyan Cannon, and David Carradine). For television, Irvin directed

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