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Tom O'Halloran

Tom O'Halloran is known for his work on The Silence of the Lambs (1991), Showgirls (1995) and The Prince of Tides (1991). See full bio »

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Known For

The Silence of the Lambs
The Silence of the Lambs Camera and Electrical Department
Showgirls Camera and Electrical Department
The Prince of Tides
The Prince of Tides Camera and Electrical Department
Hoffa Camera and Electrical Department


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 1997 The First to Go (focus puller)
 1997 Campfire Tales (first assistant camera: additional photography)
 1996 Persons Unknown (first assistant camera)
 1996 American Buffalo (first assistant camera)
 1995 Tilt-A-Whirl (first assistant camera)
 1995 Showgirls (second assistant camera: "a" camera)
 1994 The Shadow (second assistant camera)
 1994 The Paper (second assistant camera)
 1993 Spree (first assistant camera)
 1993 Army of One (assistant camera: second unit)
 1992 Hoffa (second assistant camera - as Thomas O'Halloran)
 1991 The Prince of Tides (second assistant camera)
 1991 The Silence of the Lambs (second assistant camera)
 1990 Boss of the Ballet (Short) (assistant camera)
 1989 Longtime Companion (second assistant camera)
 1989 Who Shot Patakango? (assistant camera)
 1989 New York Stories (second assistant camera - segment "Life without Zoe")
 1988 Troma's War (camera operator)
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Alternate Names:

Thomas O'Halloran | Tomas O'Halloran

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