WITHOUT A TRACE MOVIE CAST - PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: KATE NELLIGAN, DAVID DUKES - HFSID 323915
WITHOUT A TRACE MOVIE CAST A still from the 1983 film, signed by stars Kate Nelligan and David Dukes in black felt tip Printed photograph signed: "Kate/Nelligan", "David/Dukes", Color 10x8. Canadian actress KATE NELLIGAN (b.
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WITHOUT A TRACE MOVIE CAST
A still from the 1983 film, signed by stars Kate Nelligan and David Dukes in black felt tip
Printed photograph signed: "Kate/Nelligan", "David/Dukes", Color 10x8. Canadian actress KATE NELLIGAN (b. 1951) began her professional acting career on London stages before moving to Broadway and film, receiving an Olivier Award nomination as Best Actress in a New Play for Plenty (1979). In New York, she won a BAFTA Award as Best Supporting Actress for Frankie and Johnny (1991). She was nominated for four Tony Awards between 1938 and 1989 (for Plenty, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Serious Money and Spoils of War, for an Emmy (Road to Avonlea, 1989) and an Oscar (Prince of Tides. 1991). In Eye of the Needle (1981) Nelligan played a lonely woman on a British island battling a man she discovers is a Nazi spy (Don Sutherland). DAVID DUKES (1945-2000), born in San Francisco, California, was a stage and screen actor who appeared in well over one-hundred titles during his career. While best known for his role as Howard Hallenbeck in the 1986 film Rawhead Rex, Jo Buillon in the 1991 television movie The Josephine Baker Story (which earned him an Emmy nomination), and David Lewis in the 1998 film Gods and Monsters, Dukes also appeared as a guest star in a number of popular television titles including All in the Family and Three's Company. Dukes was no stranger to the stage, having appeared in eighteen Broadway productions during his career including his debut The School for Wives (1971), Dracula (1977-1980), Bent (1980, which earned him a Tony nomination) and his last appearance as Dr. Harry Hyman in the original production of Broken Glass (1994). While shooting the Stephen King mini-series Rose Red, David Dukes suffered a fatal heart attack, ending his career. Corners and edges slightly worn and creased. Slightly toned. Fine condition.
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