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Jean Michel Basquiat (Character)
from Basquiat (1996)

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Alternate Names:
Jean-Michel Basquait / Jean-Michel Basquiat / Young Jean Michel

Filmography

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Feature:
  1. Caravaggio and My Mother the Pope (2016) Played by Tukise Mogoje / Konstantin Kings

  2. To Repel Ghosts (2013) Played by Shiv Singh (as Jean-Michel Basquiat)
  3. Andy X (2012) Played by David Denis (as Jean-Michel Basquiat)

  4. Basquiat (1996) Played by Jeffrey Wright / Brian Wright (as Young Jean Michel)

  5. Downtown 81 (1981) Played by Saul Williams (as Jean-Michel Basquiat)
    ... aka "New York Beat Movie" - USA (original title)
    ... aka "Glenn O'Brien's New York Beat Movie" - USA (complete title)
TV:
  1. "Tea & Coffee"
        - Tea & Coffee (2011) TV episode, Played by Dekorda Ezell (as Jean-Michel Basquait)
Archive Footage:
  1. Premio Donostia a Willem Dafoe (2005) (TV) Played by Jeffrey Wright

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From Basquiat (1996)
[first lines]
Rene: Everybody wants to get on the Van Gogh boat. There's no trip so horrible that someone won't take it. The idea of the unrecognised genius slaving away in a garret is a deliciously foolish one. We must credit the life of Vincent Van Gogh for really sending this myth into orbit...
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