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Place of Birth Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
Birthday 1953-08-14
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Also Known As Thomas DiCillo
Tom Dicillo

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Tom DiCillo is an American director, cinematographer, writer and actor born in Camp Le Jeune, North Carolina, and who studied film at New York University. During his early career he began working with director Jim Jarmusch as a cinematographer on films that include Permanent Vacation and Stranger Than Paradise. His experience as cinematographer proved invaluable and he was soon writing and directing his own films.

Acting

2017Uncle Howard as Self
2011Kingdom Come as Himself
1998Independent's Day as Self
1995At Sundance as Himself
1985Chain Letters as Bob
1984Cennetten de Garip as Airline Agent
1984Kino '84: Beitrag über Jim Jarmusch as Interviewee
1984Give me a spell


Other Roles

2014Down in Shadowland - Director
2014Down in Shadowland - Director of Photography
2014Down in Shadowland - Editor
2014Down in Shadowland - Writer
2010When You're Strange - Additional Music
2010When You're Strange - Director
2010When You're Strange - Producer
2010When You're Strange - Screenplay
2006Delicesine - Director
2006Delicesine - Writer
2003Kahve ve Sigara - Director of Photography
2001Double Whammy - Director
2001Double Whammy - Writer
1998The Real Blonde - Director
1998The Real Blonde - Writer
1996Box of Moonlight - Director
1996Box of Moonlight - Writer
1995Living in Oblivion - Director
1995Living in Oblivion - Writer
1991Johnny Suede - Director
1991Johnny Suede - Writer
1990End of the Night - Director of Photography
1989Coffee and Cigarettes II - Director of Photography
1988The Beat - Cinematography
1988The Beat - Editor
1987Robert Wilson and the Civil Wars - Cinematography
1987ロビンソンの庭 - Director of Photography
1984Cennetten de Garip - Director of Photography
1984Burroughs: The Movie - Cinematography
1983Variety - Director of Photography
1980Underground U.S.A. - Cinematography
1980Permanent Vacation - Cinematography


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