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Richard Ford (II)

Richard Ford was born on February 16, 1944 in Jackson, Mississippi, USA. He is a writer, known for Bright Angel (1990), Raymond Carver: Dreams Are What You Wake Up From (1989) and Página 2 (2007). He has been married to Kristina Hensley since 1968. See full bio »

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Known For

Bright Angel
Bright Angel Writer
(1990)
Página 2
Página 2 Himself
(2013)
Tria33
Tria33 Himself
(2016)

Filmography

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 1990 Bright Angel
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 2016 Tria33 (TV Series)
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- Episode #2.40 (2016) ... Himself
- Episode #1.168 (2016) ... Himself
 2008-2015 La grande librairie (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode #8.5 (2015) ... Himself
- Episode #1.4 (2008) ... Himself
 2013 Página 2 (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode #7.13 (2013) ... Himself
- Episode #7.3 (2013) ... Himself
 2012 Q&A (TV Series)
Himself - Panelist
- Random Violence (2012) ... Himself - Panelist
 2012 The Colbert Report (TV Series)
Himself
- Richard Ford (2012) ... Himself
 2008 L'hora del lector (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode #2.38 (2008) ... Himself
 1997-2000 Charlie Rose (TV Series)
Himself - Guest
- Episode dated 21 September 2000 (2000) ... Himself - Guest
- Episode dated 21 July 1997 (1997) ... Himself - Guest
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Book: "The Lay of the Land" See more »

Publicity Listings:

2 Articles | See more »
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

(on novel-writing) You have to write a very good ending because you have created this artificial environment, and you've kept people in it, and you have to let them out. Really let them out, not just walk away and abandon them. You have to give them some ceremony that will release them, that will let the book do to them what it needs to do.

Trivia:

After living in the Garden District of New Orleans for many years, he now lives in Maine. See more »

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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