Illeana Douglas talks about her memoir, I Blame Dennis Hopper. Illeana calls herself “The Great Rememberer” of Hollywood History and talks about documenting it for future generations.
Illeana Douglas is an actress, writer, and producer. She studied at “The Neighborhood Playhouse”. While working in New York as a stand-up comedian and sketch comedy artist, she got a job “screaming” for Martin Scorsese’s The Last Temptation of Christ (1988). This led to a long working relationship in the films, New York Stories (1989), Goodfellas (1990) and Cape Fear (1991). She received critical acclaim as the suspicious sister of Matt Dillon in To Die For (1995), as “Denise Waverly” in Grace of My Heart (1996) and “Roberta Allsworth” in Ghost World (2001). On television, she has appeared on Entourage (2004), Ugly Betty (2006), and received an Emmy nomination as “Angela” on Six Feet Under (2001).
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