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Andre Gregory
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    (March 11, 1934- )
    Born in Paris, France
    Actor and theater director
    Best known as the title character in 'My Dinner with Andre' (1981)
    Also appeared in the films 'Author! Author!' (1982), 'The Mosquito Coast' (1986), 'The Last Temptation of Christ' (1988), 'The Bonfire of the Vanities' (1990), 'Vanya on 42nd Street' (1994), 'Celebrity' (1998), and 'A Master Builder' (2014)
    Directed productions of Chekhov's 'Uncle Vanya,' Ibsen's 'The Master Builder,' and Wallace Shawn's 'Our Late Night,' 'The Designated Mourner,' and 'Grasses of a Thousand Colors'
    Subject of the documentary 'Andre Gregory: Before and After Dinner' (2013)
    He tried to stage a play based on Antoine de Saint Exupery's 'The Little Prince' in the Sahara Desert.
    He became a follower of New Agey beliefs that he described as 'a training program to learn how to be a human being.'
    He was buried alive for a performance art piece.
    He said of his frequent collaborations with Wallace Shawn, 'We're becoming the Abbott and Costello of the avant-garde.'
    Early in his career, Martha Graham told him, 'You know, darling, you have no talent at all -- but one day you may be a great artist, because you have a huge heart.'
    He established repertory theaters in Seattle, Philadelphia, and Manhattan.
    He won OBIE and Drama Desk Awards for directing an avant-garde adaptation of 'Alice in Wonderland' (1970)
    NPR described him as 'an instinctually seductive raconteur.'

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