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Eric Bogosian: Actor, Dramatist, Director, Author — But Not a Poet

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ERIC BOGOSIAN (b.1953) is an Armenian-American actor, dramatist, monologuist, novelist and historian.  He grew up in Woburn, Massachusetts, setting for the book and movie A Civil Action, but left his blue-collar roots to attend the University of Chicago.
Bogosian is the author of six produced plays, including Talk Radio at the New York Shakespeare Festival, which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and subsequently adapted to film by Oliver Stone.

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Believer: David Axelrod’s Improbable Journey.

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DAVID AXELROD was born and raised in New York City, graduated from the University of Chicago, was a reporter for the Chicago Tribune, became a political operative and TV analyst, wrote a wonderful New York Times bestselling memoir titled, “Believer:  My Forty Years in Politics.” Of course, Axelrod is best known as the chief strategist for Barack Obama’s presidential campaigns. 

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A Video Chat with Eric Bogosian — Actor, Dramatist, Director, Author — But Not a Poet

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ERIC BOGOSIAN (b.1953) is an Armenian-American actor, dramatist, monologuist, novelist and historian.  He grew up in Woburn, Massachusetts, setting for the book and movie A Civil Action, but left his blue-collar roots to attend the University of Chicago.
Bogosian is the author of six produced plays, including Talk Radio at the New York Shakespeare Festival, which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and subsequently adapted to film by Oliver Stone.

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Believer: David Axelrod’s
Improbable Journey

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DAVID AXELROD was born and raised in New York City, graduated from the University of Chicago, was a reporter for the Chicago Tribune, became a political operative and TV analyst, wrote a wonderful New York Times bestselling memoir titled, “Believer:  My Forty Years in Politics.” Of course, Axelrod is best known as the chief strategist for Barack Obama’s presidential campaigns. 

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