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Geno Havens (–2016)

Geno Havens is known for his work on The Jerk (1979), Phantom of the Paradise (1974) and Maniac Cop (1988). He died on April 29, 2016 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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The Jerk
The Jerk Casting Director
Phantom of the Paradise
Phantom of the Paradise Casting Director
Maniac Cop
Maniac Cop Casting Director
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 2016 Shiner
 2015 The Boatman (as Gino Havens)
 2006 The Substance of Things Hoped For (as Gino Havens)
 2004 Sweet Underground (as Gino Havens)
 2003 Things Fall Apart (Short) (as Gino Havens)
 2003/II Scorched (as Gino Havens)
 2002 Monkey Love
 1999/I Dreamers (as Gino Havens)
 1998 A Murder of Crows (as Gino Havens)
 1997/II Top of the World (as Gino Havens)
 1996 The Real Thing (as Gino Havens)
 1995 The Immortals (as Gino Havens)
 1995 American Cop (TV Movie) (as Gino Havens)
 1994 It's a Digital World (Short) (as Gino Havens)
 1989 White Hot (as Gino Havens)
 1988 Night of the Kickfighters (as Geno Haven)
 1988 Maniac Cop
 1987 Stormquest
 1987 Scavengers (as Gino Havens)
 1986 Thrashin' (as Gino Havens)
 1985 School Spirit
 1984 Party Games for Adults Only (as Gino Havens, casting)
 1984 Hardbodies
 1980 Alligator
 1979 The Jerk (as Gino Havens)
 1978 Centennial (TV Mini-Series) (2 episodes)
- The Yellow Apron (1978)
 1978 French Quarter (as Gino Havens)
 1975 White House Madness (as Gino Havens)
 1975 Friday Foster
 1975 Bucktown
 1974 Phantom of the Paradise (as Gino Havens)
 1973 Detroit 9000
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Alternate Names:

Geno Haven | Gino Havens

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