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Filmography by type for
White House Reporter (Character)
from W. (2008/I)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Reporter at White House / White House Reporter #1 / White House Reporter #2 / White House Reporter, John / White House reporter

Filmography

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Feature:
  1. W. (2008/I) Played by Brad Sham / Lee Ann McDade
    ... aka "Bush" - Japan (English title)
  2. American Dreamz (2006) Played by Christianne Klein
  3. First Daughter (2004) Played by Maria Quiban (as White House Reporter #1) / Ted Garcia (as White House Reporter #2)

  4. Wag the Dog (1997) Played by Rick Scarry

  5. Whoops Apocalypse (1988) Played by Robert Arden / Blain Fairman / Christopher Muncke

  6. Wilson (1944) Played by Grandon Rhodes
TV:
  1. Inside the Box (2009) (TV) Played by Jeffrey Doornbos / Rick L. Dean
  2. "Burn Up"
        - Episode #1.1 (2008) TV episode, Played by Lane Fraser
  3. The Day Reagan Was Shot (2001) (TV) Played by Christopher Bondy / Brendan Connor / Ola Sturik

  4. The Second Civil War (1997) (TV) Played by Leah Gale
    ... aka "Second Impact" - Japan (English title)

  5. "The Old Men at the Zoo"
        - Armageddon (1983) TV episode, Played by Sarah Brackett (as Reporter at White House)

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Fun Stuff

Quotes:
From Whoops Apocalypse (1988)
President Barbara Adams: We still give Sir Mortimer Chris our complete support. When he talks of pixies he is clearly using the term metaphorically for problems in British Industry.
White House reporter: How then do you explain the establishment of the anti-goblin program with plans to lure them out with ginger bread traps?
[pause]
President Barbara Adams: No more questions, gentlemen.
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