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Kim Krizan


Kim Krizan is a writer and actor who was raised in the Los Angeles area. For a time, Krizan lived in Austin, Texas, where she was active in theater and film; she also taught literature and writing at the college level. Krizan and Richard Linklater wrote Before Sunrise (1995) (Castle Rock), featuring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy. Krizan also ... See full bio »

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Dazed and Confused Ms. Stroud
(1993)
Before Sunset Writer
(2004)
(1995)
(2001)

Filmography

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 2017 Language is Dead (Short)
Therapist
 1996 The Devil (Short)
Eva
 1993 Dazed and Confused
Ms. Stroud (as Kim Arnette Krizan)
 1990 Slacker
Questions Happiness
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 2013 Before Midnight (characters)
 2004 Before Sunset (characters) / (story)
 1995 Before Sunrise (written by)
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 2015 The Erotic Adventures of Anais Nin (TV Movie documentary)
Self - Author / Nin Scholar
 2001 Waking Life
Self
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Other Works:

"Anais Nin and The Psychology of Creativity" (masters thesis) See more »

Alternate Names:

Kim Arnette Krizan
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Personal Quote:

I write so the endangered thoughts roaming naked and vulnerable through the misty jungles of my mind aren't slain by the guns of practical living.

Trivia:

Jermaine Manigault's film "Language is Dead" was inspired by Krizan's monologue in "Waking Life," which she wrote herself. Manigault later cast Krizan to play the therapist in his 2017 short film. The film went on to win awards at Kew Gardens, Mindfield, and Sydney Indie film festivals. See more »

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Scorpio

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