Jean-Claude La Marre
|Jean-Claude La Marre|
Jean-Claude La Marre speaking at press conference in Los Angeles on October 9, 2009
Brooklyn, New York City, United States
|Occupation||Actor, producer, director, writer|
Jean-Claude La Marre is an American writer, director, and film and television actor. His film credits include Malcolm X, Dead Presidents, Gang of Roses and Go for Broke. On television, he has guest-starred on New York Undercover, Law & Order, and NYPD Blue.
In 2007, LaMarre set up a distribution output deal for his film label, Nulite Media Group. Among the films released through the label are the revisionist western, Gang of Roses, Trapped: Haitian Nights, Broom Wedding, and Nora's Hair Salon, with a cameo by Whitney Houston in the film. LaMarre also directed David Carradine in his final American made film, Brothers in Arms for Sony.
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- Tamar Braxton in the Jean Claude La Marre’s Gangland movie on Imdb.com
- Tamar Braxton post photo from gangland movie set on celebrityinsider.org
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