Griffin Dunne

Episode 59: Griffin Dunne

Award-winning and Oscar-nominated actor, director and producer Griffin Dunne

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Griffin Dunne is an accomplished, award-winning and Oscar-nominated actor, director and producer. His feature film directorial debut was 1997's "Addicted to Love," starring Meg Ryan and Matthew Broderick. In 2017 he directed and produced the acclaimed Netflix documentary “Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold”, about his Aunt. His film credits include "Dallas Buyers Club”, "Last Night” and "Broken City” and he’s appeared on TV in “House of Lies”, “Red Band Society”, "I Love Dick", “This is Us” and others too many to mention. He will soon appear in a new HBO Max series called “The Girls on the Bus”.

Griffin take us back to his childhood and family life, the 1982 murder of his sister Dominique, grief and the concept of 'closure,' the importance of humor in his life, his early acting influences, his stellar carer in film and television, acting vs directing, gun violence, Donald Trump, living in Upstate New York's Hudson Valley and more.

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Produced by Andy Ostroy and Matty Rosenberg @ Radio Free Rhiniecliff Associate producer Jennifer Hammoud Music by Andrew Hollander Design by Cricket Lengyel



Griffin Dunne

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