Cliff Gorman

Cliff Gorman

Cliff Gorman was an American stage and screen actor. He won an Obie award in 1968 for the stage presentation of The Boys in the Band, and went on to reprise his role in the 1970 film version. Gorman and his wife cared for his fellow The Boys in the Band cast member Robert La Tourneaux in the last few months of his battle against AIDS, until La Tourneaux's death on June 3, 1986 Gorman died of leukemia in 2002, aged 65, although his final film, Kill the Poor, was not released until 2003. He was survived by his wife, Gayle Gorman.
    Known for
    Acting
    Place of birth
    Queens, New York City, New York, USA
    Birthday
    10/13/1936
Angel
Angel
5.9
Cops and Robbers
Cops and Robbers
6.2
Strike Force
Strike Force
6.5
Night of the Juggler
Night of the Juggler
5.9
Cocaine and Blue Eyes
Cocaine and Blue Eyes
4.3
Having Babies II
Having Babies II
6
The Silence
0
The Chicago Conspiracy Trial
6
Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai
Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai
7.3
The Bunker
The Bunker
6.2
Night and the City
Night and the City
5.7
Class of '63
Class of '63
2
The Forget-Me-Not Murders
The Forget-Me-Not Murders
5
Murder Times Seven
Murder Times Seven
0
Internal Affairs
Internal Affairs
7
Terror on Track 9
Terror on Track 9
5.5
Janek: The Silent Betrayal
0
Murder in Black and White
Murder in Black and White
0
Vestige of Honor
Vestige of Honor
0
The Boys in the Band
The Boys in the Band
7
An Unmarried Woman
An Unmarried Woman
6.7
Down Came a Blackbird
Down Came a Blackbird
8.2
King of the Jungle
King of the Jungle
5.2
Doubletake
Doubletake
6.3
Rosebud
Rosebud
4.9
Kill the Poor
Kill the Poor
4.4
Paradise Lost
Paradise Lost
0
Justine
Justine
4.4
Brinks: The Great Robbery
Brinks: The Great Robbery
0
The 60s
The 60s
6
All That Jazz
All That Jazz
7.5
Hoffa
Hoffa
6.3
Logo
Nuxt Movies
Made with

Data provided by 

This project uses the TMDB API but is not endorsed or certified by TMDB.

Language: