Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
Joan Greenwood to James Handy
Paul Guay Biography ((?)-)
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- Writer, actor, producer
- Cameo appearance, Liar Liar, MCA/Universal, 1997
- Cameo appearance, The Mummy's Kiss, 2002
- Also made a cameo appearance in Countess Dracula's Orgy of Blood.
- Creator (with Marcus Cootsona) and executive producer, Shrinking Violet, 2001
- Terry Harper and female patient emerging from women's room, ShrinkingViolet, 2001
- Appeared in The Battle of the Monsters (one-act for children); End of the Line for Frankenstein (two-act); Imagine That...! (two-act play for children); and Moose: Unstaged (revue), Flight Theatre, Los Angeles; also appeared in productions of Black Comedy,
BleacherBums, Los Angeles production, Death of a Salesman,
A Flea in Her Ear,
Furkeisar on Turtle Island (also known as Imaginings of America), The Gingerbread Lady,
The Holy Ghostly,
We Want a Good Revue!, and The Zoo Story.
- Producer and director of The Battle of the Monsters (one-act for children); producer of End of the Line for Frankenstein (two-act) and Moose: Unstaged (revue), Flight Theatre, Los Angeles; and director of We Want a Good Revue!
- Performed for the album Moose: Unsound.
- Narrator of Spaceships by Michael Burstein, SciFi Audio.
- (With Stephen H. Mazur; also lyricist, "Awfully Romantic," "Hangin' withthe Boys," and "Mean Machine/The Blur") The Little Rascals, Universal,1994
- (With Mazur) Liar Liar, MCA/Universal, 1997
- (With others) Mr. Magoo, Buena Vista, 1997
- (With others; also lyricist, "Something Too Real") Heartbreakers,Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 2001
- (With Marcus Cootsona) Shrinking Violet, 2001
- (With Marcus Cootsona and Craig Lachman) Right Lies (based on a story by Guay, Cootsona, and Lachman), Gene Bua Acting for Life Theatre, Burbank, CA, 2000
- Author (with Cootsona; also lyricist for the song "I'm Gonna Have a Cow")of Imagine That...! (two-act play for children) and (also lyricist, "The Moose Song" and "Lesbian Love") Moose: Unstaged (revue), Flight Theatre, Los Angeles; author (with Cootsona and Lachman) of We Want a Good Revue!; also author of The Battle of the Monsters (one-act for children) and (also lyricist for title song) End of the Line for Frankenstein (two-act).
- Author of six poetry collections. Author of radio plays, including Grandma, broadcast by KSPC-FM, and short stories. Lyricist, including the song "Druids by the Creamery."
Shrinking Violet, http://www.shrinkingviolet.tv, May 22, 2003
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