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Melissa Hellman

Melissa Hellman is an actress and producer, known for Occupational Hazards (2015), Two-Lane Blacktop (1971) and Love or Die. See full bio »
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Occupational Hazards
(2015)
Two-Lane Blacktop
Two-Lane Blacktop Little Girl with Old Woman picked up by G.T.O.
(1971)
Love or Die
Love or Die Producer

Filmography

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 2017 For Muriel (Short) (completed)
Yvonne
 2015 Occupational Hazards (Short) (completed)
Sharon
 2008 The Revengers (Short)
Mother
 2005 Growing Up Thirty
Becca
 2002 The Bacchae
Maenad (chorus)
 1996 Cynara: Poetry in Motion (Short)
Byron
 1992 American Samurai
Samantha
 1989 Silent Night, Deadly Night 3: Better Watch Out! (Video)
Dr. Newbury's Assistant
 1971 Two-Lane Blacktop
Little Girl with Old Woman picked up by G.T.O.
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 2015 Occupational Hazards (Short) (executive producer) / (producer) (completed)
 2013 Venice 70: Future Reloaded (Documentary) (producer - segment ": "Vive L'Amour")
 2010/I Road to Nowhere (producer)
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 2015 Occupational Hazards (Short) (co-director) (completed)
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 2015 Occupational Hazards (Short) (completed)
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 2007 On the Road Again: Two-Lane Blacktop Revisited (Video short)
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