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Alex Ross Perry


Alex Ross Perry is a writer and actor, known for Listen Up Philip (2014), Queen of Earth (2015) and The Color Wheel (2011). See full bio »

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Known For

Listen Up Philip
(2014)
Queen of Earth
(2015)
The Color Wheel
(2011)
Impolex
Impolex Writer
(2009)

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 2017/II Nostalgia (story by) / (written by) (post-production)
  Winnie the Pooh (screenplay) (announced)
 2017 Golden Exits (written by)
 2015 Queen of Earth (writer)
 2014 Listen Up Philip (written by)
 2013 The Sixth Year (segment "writer")
 2013 La última película (Documentary) (additional dialogue)
 2013 The Traditions (TV Series)
 2009 Impolex (written by)
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