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Milo Addica


Milo Addica is a writer and actor, known for Monster's Ball (2001), Birth (2004) and The King (2005). See full bio »

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Known For

Monster's Ball
(2001)
Birth
Birth Writer
(2004)
The King
The King Writer
(2005)
Ms. Long Legs
Ms. Long Legs Writer
(2015)

Filmography

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 2015 Ms. Long Legs (Short) (screenplay) / (writer) (completed)
 2013/I Under the Skin (uncredited)
 2005 The King (written by)
 2004 Birth (written by)
 2001 Monster's Ball (written by)
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 2005 The King
Bruno
 2004 Birth
Jimmy
 2001 Monster's Ball
Tommy Roulaine
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 2015 Ms. Long Legs (Short) (producer) (completed)
 2005 The King (producer)
 2001 Monster's Ball (co-producer)
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 2015 Ms. Long Legs (Short) (completed)
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 2015 Ms. Long Legs (Short) (completed)
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 2004/I Winter Solstice (thanks)
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 2002 Anatomy of a Scene (TV Series documentary)
Himself
- Monster's Ball (2002) ... Himself
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 2005 The Work of Director Jonathan Glazer (Video documentary)
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Most writers just want to get their movie made, and it doesn't matter how. I think I am not in that category. I like to get my movies made by the right director so that I can have a body of work I can look back on and be proud of. Otherwise, I would not be doing anything I am doing now. I would be in Hollywood trying to make my first million and move up to Malibu. See more »

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