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Gerard Malanga

Gerard Malanga was born on March 20, 1943 in New York City, New York, USA as Gerard Joseph Malanga. He is known for his work on Factory Girl (2006), Harlot (1965) and Salvador Dalí (1966). See full bio »

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Factory Girl
Factory Girl Producer
Harlot Actor
Salvador Dalí
Vies et morts d'Andy Warhol
Vies et morts d'Andy Warhol Himself / Interviewee


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 1997 The Art Spy (Short)
 1970 Cleopatra
 1967 No President
 1967 ****
 1966 Hedy
 1966 Kiss the Boot
 1966 Match Girl (Short)
 1966 Chelsea Girls
 1966 Since
 1965 Camp
 1965 Dirt (Short)
 1965 Harlot
 1965 Vinyl
 1965 Satisfaction (Short)
Flash Gordon
 1964 Chumlum (Short)
 1964 Soap Opera
 1964 Twice a Man
Man on stairway
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Other Works:

Book (with Victor Bockris): "Uptight: The Velvet Underground Story" See more »

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Alternate Names:

Gerry Malanga


5' 6½" (1.69 m)

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In 1985 he was appointed official photo archivist for the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation. See more »

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