The day of birth of Richard Edson is not on record. He is an American Actor, known for Platoon (1986), Stranger than Paradise (1984), Super Mario Bros. (1992), Richard Edson's first movie on record is from 1984. His last motion picture on file dates from 1998.
Richard Edson Filmography [Auszug]
1998: [/ /1] Lulu on the Bridge (Cast: David Reilly), Directed by Paul Auster, with Victor Argo, Don Byron, Willem Dafoe,
1996:  Wedding Bell Blues (Cast), Directed by Dana Lustig, with John Corbett, Illeana Douglas,
1995: [/ /1] Jury Duty (Cast: Skeets), Directed by John Fortenbarry, with Shelley Winters, Richard T. Jones,
1992: [/ /1] Super Mario Bros. (Cast: Spike), Directed by Annabel Jankel, Rocky Morton, with Dennis Hopper, Bob Hoskins,
1987:  Good Morning, Vietnam (Cast: Abersold), Directed by Barry Levinson, with , J.T. Walsh, ,
1986:  Platoon (Cast: Sal), Directed by Oliver Stone, with Tom Berenger, Willem Dafoe, Charlie Sheen,
1984: [/ /1] Stranger than Paradise (Cast: Eddie), Directed by Jim Jarmusch, with Danny Rosen, John Lurie, Eszter Balint,
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