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Richard Mailer (1945–2008)

Richard Mailer was born on June 29, 1945 in Minnesota, USA as Richard Mills. He was a director and producer. He died on June 28, 2008 in Westwood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Pretty in Black Director
(1986)
The Aphrodisans Director
(1970)
(1978)
Angel Rising Director
(1988)

Filmography

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 2005 Sex Tour (Video)
 2004 Illusion (Video)
 2004 Lipstick (Video)
 2004 Ibiza Undressed 2 (Video)
 2003 Backstage Pass (Video)
 2003 What I Really Want: Is to Direct! (Video) (uncredited)
 2003 Foreign Assets (Video)
 2003 Czechmate (Video)
 2003 Ibiza Undressed (Video)
 2002 Anal Czech Up (Video)
 2002 The Blonde Buster (Video)
 2001 Prague by Night (Video)
 2001 Prague by Night 2 (Video)
 2000 Euro Scavenger 3 (Video)
 2000 Meridian Makes a Movie (Video) (uncredited)
 1989 Strong Language (Video)
 1989 Unforgivable (as Fox Mailer)
 1988 Angel's Back!
 1988 Angel Rising
 1988 Honky Tonk Angels (Video)
 1988 Strong Rays (Video)
 1988 Switch Hitters: Part III (Video)
 1988 For Your Love (Video)
 1988 Love Lies
 1987 Holiday for Angels (Video)
 1987 Playing for Passion (Video)
 1987 Switch Hitters (Video)
 1987 The Huntress (Video)
 1986 Having It All! (uncredited)
 1986 Up All Night (Video)
 1986 Love on the Borderline (Video)
 1986 Angel's Revenge (Video)
 1985 Hindsight
 1984 What Gets Me Hot! (Video)
 1983 Eyes of a Dreamer (as Mr. Mustard)
 1979 A Girl Like That (uncredited)
 1979 Frat House Frolics (uncredited)
 1979 Go on Your Own Way (uncredited)
 1979 In Too Deep (as Grey Poupon)
 1979 Lenny's Comeback (uncredited)
 1979 The Sexpert (uncredited)
 1978 Beyond the Blue (uncredited)
 1978 Business as Usual (uncredited)
 1978 Doogan's Woman (as Grey Poúpon)
 1978 Eighteen and Anxious (uncredited)
 1978 Insane Desires (uncredited)
 1978 Prized Possession (as Grey Poupon)
 1978 Safari Club (as Grey Poúpon)
 1978 Small Change (uncredited)
 1978 That Burning Sensation (uncredited)
 1978 The Last Sex Act (uncredited)
 1978 Way Down Deep (uncredited)
 1978 Descendence of Grace (as Grey Poupon)
 1978 Mary Flegus, Mary Flegus (as Grey Poúpon)
 1978 Painful Desires (as Grey Poupon)
 1977 The Coming of Joyce (as Grey Poúpon)
 1977 Fantasy Club of America (as Grey Poúpon)
 1977 Ms. Woman of the Year (uncredited)
 1977 Teenage Bikers (uncredited)
 1977 Superlady (as Greg Poupon)
 1976 Come Softly (as Greg Poupon)
 1976 Gulp (uncredited)
 1976 One Last Fling (as Grey Poúpon)
 1976 On the Street (as Greg Poupon)
 1976 Paying for It (uncredited)
 1976 S.W.A.P. (as Mr. Mustard)
 1976 Jacquette (as Mr. Mustard)
 1975 Innocent Girl (uncredited)
 1975 Rape Victims (as Mr. Mustard)
 1975 The Perfect Position (uncredited)
 1975 Too Young to Care (uncredited)
 1975 Inside of Me (uncredited)
 1975 The Dental Nurses (as Miles Del Monte)
 1974 Breakdown (uncredited)
 1974 Satisfaction (uncredited)
 1974 If Mother Could See Me Now (uncredited)
 1974 The Likes of Louise (uncredited)
 1974 Armed Servicers (uncredited)
 1973 Crash Car Derby Dolls (uncredited)
 1972 A Rod for Revenge (uncredited)
 1971 Specimen: Female (as Ferg Milsac)
 1970 The Aphrodisans (as Miles Douglas)
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Show Show Actor (23 credits)
Show Show Writer (16 credits)
Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (3 credits)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Miles Del Monte | Miles Douglas | Fox Mailer | Frank Marks | Robert Martin | Richard Miles | Miles | Richard Miller | Richard Milner | Ferg Milsac | Dick Milton | Mister Mustard | Mr. Mustard | Mustard | Greg Poupon | Grey Poupon | Grey Poúpon
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

He had suffered a series of professional setbacks and was battling the disease Myasthenia Gravis (MG) when he shot himself on June 28, 2008.

Star Sign:

Cancer

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