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James Fenton (III)

James Fenton is a writer and actor, known for Les Misérables in Concert: The 25th Anniversary (2010), Out of Danger (2000) and The Ideal (2005). See full bio »

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Known For

Out of Danger
Out of Danger Writer
(2000)
The Ideal
The Ideal Writer
(2005)
Les Misérables
Les Misérables Music Department
(2012)

Filmography

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 2010 Les Misérables in Concert: The 25th Anniversary (TV Movie) (additional text)
 2005 The Ideal (Short) (poem)
 2000 Out of Danger (Video documentary short)
 1995 Great Performances (TV Series) (additional material by - 1 episode)
- Les Misérables in Concert (1995) ... (additional material by)
 1995 Operavox (TV Series) (translation - 1 episode)
- Rigoletto (1995) ... (translation)
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 1995 Words from Jerusalem (TV Series)
Poet - Himself
- Prediction of the Destruction of Jerusalem. (1995) ... Poet - Himself
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 2012 Les Misérables (additional material)
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 2012 Charlie Rose (TV Series)
Himself - Guest
- A Discussion About Christopher Hitchens (2012) ... Himself - Guest
 2002 Christmas Under Fire (TV Movie documentary)
Himself - Reader (voice)
 2000 Out of Danger (Video documentary short)
Himself
 1983 Book Four (TV Series)
Himself - Interviewee
- Episode #2.4 (1983) ... Himself - Interviewee
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Other Works:

He adapted the play, "The Orphan of Zhao," in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Carey Perloff was director. See more »

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