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About Craig Chester

Craig Chester was born in the late mid-1960s. As an actor, he has appeared in ten independent films, including Swoon, I Shot Andy Warhol, and Kiss Me, Guido, and has also written two screenplays, Save Me and Drama Kings. His adventures traversing the homophobic waters of Hollywood as an openly gay actor have led to a regular column in Instinct, which then led to a book deal with St. Martin’s Press. His first collection of essays, Why the Long Face?, will be published in June 2002.

Craig Chester - Why the Long Face?

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