|Revenge of the Mekons||2014||Herself||n/a||1|
|This Film is Not Yet Rated||2006||Actor||Interviewee||20067|
|In the Company of Women||2003||Actor||n/a||20037|
|Even Scarier Movie Moments||2007 2006 - 2007||Actor||Interviewee||20077|
|The Moth Diaries||2012||Director||n/a||4|
|I Shot Andy Warhol||1996||Director||n/a||4|
|Anna Nicole||2013 2012 - 2013||Director||n/a||4|
|The Notorious Bettie Page||2006||Director||n/a||4|
|Big Love||2006 2006||Director||n/a||4|
|Six Degrees||2006 2006||Director||n/a||4|
|The L Word||2004 2004||Director||n/a||4|
|The Nine||2007 2007||Director||n/a||4|
|Six Feet Under||2005 2005||Director||n/a||4|
|Fear Itself||2008 2008||Director||n/a||4|
|Homicide: Life on the Street||1998 1997 - 1998||Director||n/a||4|
|The Weather Underground||2003||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|Edge||1998 1991 - 1992, 1997 - 1998||Producer||n/a||3|
|The Notorious Bettie Page||2006||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|The Moth Diaries||2012||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|The Notorious Bettie Page||2006||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|I Shot Andy Warhol||1996||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Returned to London; worked for five years as a researcher with four of those years doing in-depth research for "The South Bank Show"; began directing segments for TV magazine shows (i.e., "The Late Show")|
|Co-scripted and helmed the HBO biopic, "The Notorious Bettie Page" starring Gretchen Mol in the title role|
|Co-wrote and directed first feature, "I Shot Andy Warhol"; shunned by Warhol pal Lou Reed, leader of the Velvet Undergound, drew solace from the fact that she did have Warhol friends on board, including the Undeground's John Cale who provided the original|
|Hosted "UK Late", a British TV talk show|
|Wrote first in-depth article about English punk in the American press for Village Voice|
|Returned to New York as producer of PBS' "Edge", a monthly magazine program exploring American pop culture; served as segment producer for "Art Crisis" and "Oliver Stone"; roomed with a pre-drag queen RuPaul|
|Directed an episode of the HBO funeral drama, "Six Feet Under"|
|Co-scripted and helmed the controversial "American Psycho", starring Christian Bale; while shooting in Toronto (substituting for NYC), the film ran into protests from a victim's rights advocacy group led by the mother of one of the two victims of Paul Ber|
|Primetime episodic debut as director, the "Sins of the Fathers" episode of NBC's "Homicide: Life on the Street" (aired in January); show executive produced by Barry Levinson and Tom Fontana|
|Grew up in central London|
|Helmed "Animal Farm" episode of HBO's "Oz" (aired in August), executive produced by Levinson and Fontana|
|Directed an episode of Showtime's lesbian drama "The L Word"|
|Moved to the East Village in NYC; began writing for Punk Magazine; first American journalist to interview The Sex Pistols|
|Tony Blair||Companion||British Labour Prime Minister; dated in the 1970s while both were attending Oxford|
|Stephen Vizinczey||Step-Father||author of "In Praise of Older Women"|
|University of Oxford|
|"I don't mock my rock 'n roll days, but I realized that a rock writer's career doesn't change much after the age of 22. And I shouldn't be doing the same thing at 40 that I was doing at 22. It took me awhile to get into movies, but I realized it was what I always wanted to do." --Mary Harron in New York, February 5, 1996.|
|"The thing I found difficult is that people here don't understand television experience [in Britain]. There is no independent film, everyone goes to work for English TV.
"People are very patronizing here if you have worked in television. There is a lot of television comedy here, like Roseanne's show, that I admire. And there is also a lot of good writing in crime shows like 'Homicide'. But no one takes television seriously. In terms of survival I would have no problem doing television. But no one understands what I did before. They were short, very stylized films. For example, I did a half-hour film about boredom for Channel Four." --Harron talking with Rose Troche in Filmmaker, 1997
|"I had been doing quite well as a journalist during the punk explosion in the late 70s. I did an article anbout the Velvet Underground, the band most closely associated with Warhol's Factory, for NEW MUSICAL EXPRESS. And, I also wrote an article about Warhol's influence on pop culture for MELODY MAKER. I actually got to interview Warhol for that piece, as well as peopel in his circle. So, by the time I set out to write my script, I felt pretty comfortable that I knew my story." --Harron quoted in DGA Magazine, January 1999.|
|On "American Psycho" getting slapped with a NC-17 rating for its depiction of the film's star Christian Bale in a three-way sexual encounter with two prostitutes: "The scene is not about sex, but about sex as a transaction, so we made it deliberately banal and distant. That Bateman [Bale's character] is looking at himself in the mirror and not at his partners seems to be an issue for the MPAA, but his expression sums up his frighteningly detatched relationship to the world around him. To me it's one of the most significant scenes in the film and to cut it would cause serious damamge." --From Harron statement, quoted in part by Charles Lyons in Daily Variety, January 18, 2000.|
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