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Richard E. Doherty

Richard E. Doherty
  • Career: Director Actor
  • Top celebrities: 9658
  • BirthDate: 1965, 07 of April , Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Spouse: Carolyn Doherty (8 July 1996 - present)
  • Zodiac sign: Aries
  • Awards: 2nd place CFVF Award - 2001 for "Best Comedy for:My Chorus (2000)."
    Won Best Student Short Film - 2002 for "for:My Chorus (2000)."
    Won Audience Award - 2001 for "Best Short for:My Chorus (2000)."
    Won Copper Wing Award - 2001 for "Best Student Short for:My Chorus (2000)."
  • Position in top best awards winner: 2578
  • Films with Richard E. Doherty: My Perfect Woman - 2002
    My Chorus - 2000
    Bob, James Bob - 1998
    The Velvet Club - 1999
    Green Eggs and Hamlet - 1995
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