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The World is Watching

The Truman Show

Truman Burbank is the star of The Truman Show, a 24-hour-a-day reality TV show that broadcasts every aspect of his life without his knowledge. His entire life has been an unending soap opera for consumption by the rest of the world. And everyone he knows, including his wife and his best friend is really an actor, paid to be part of his life.

Credits

The Truman Show Cast

Name Character
Ed Harris He was 47, now 71 years old as Christof
Jim Carrey He was 36, now 60 years old as Truman Burbank
Don Taylor He was 77, 78 years old when he died as Don
Noah Emmerich He was 33, now 57 years old as Marlon / Louis Coltrane
Holland Taylor She was 55, now 79 years old as Alanis Montclair / Angela Burbank
Harry Shearer He was 54, now 78 years old as Mike Michaelson
Paul Giamatti He was 30, now 54 years old as Simeon
Saemi Nakamura She was 1, now 22 years old as Japanese Family
Natascha McElhone She was 28, now 52 years old as Lauren / Sylvia Garland
Terry Camilleri He was 49, now 73 years old as Man in Bathtub
Laura Linney She was 34, now 58 years old as Meryl Burbank / Hannah Gill
Peter Krause He was 32, 54 years old when he died as Laurence
John Roselius He was 53, 74 years old when he died as Man at Beach
Heidi Schanz She was 27, now 51 years old as Vivien
Yuji Okumoto He was 39, now 63 years old as Japanese Family
Antoni Corone He was 1, now 22 years old as Security Guard
Jeanette Miller as Senior Citizen
Mario Ernesto Sánchez as Security Guard
Joel McKinnon Miller He was 38, now 62 years old as Garage Attendant
O-Lan Jones She was 48, now 72 years old as Bar Waitress
Philip Baker Hall He was 66, now 90 years old as Network Executive
Dona Hardy She was 85, 98 years old when she died as Senior Citizen
Blair Slater as Young Truman
Krista Lynn Landolfi as Bar Waitress
Judy Clayton as Travel Agent
Ted Raymond as Spencer
Philip Glass He was 61, now 85 years old as Keyboard Artist
Muriel Moore as Teacher
John Pleshette He was 55, now 79 years old as Network Executive
Millie Slavin as Bar Patron
Una Damon She was 33, now 57 years old as Chloe
Brian Delate He was 49, now 73 years old as Walter Moore / Kirk Burbank
Ron Taylor He was 45, 49 years old when he died as Ron
Susan Angelo as Mother
Zoaunne LeRoy She was 63, now 87 years old as Bar Patron
Adam Tomei He was 30, now 54 years old as Control Room Director
Al Foster He was 55, now 79 years old as Bar Patron
Marco Rubeo as Man in Christmas Box
Marcia DeBonis She was 38, now 61 years old as Nurse
Mal Jones as News Vendor
Tom Simmons He was 68, 84 years old when he died as Garage Attendant

The Truman Show Crew

Name Department
Nancy Haigh as Set Decoration. She was 1 (now 22) years old Art
Howard Feuer as Casting. He was 49 (56) years old when He died Production
Scott Rudin as Producer. He was 39 (now 63) years old Production
Richard L. Johnson as Art Direction. Art
Andrew Niccol as Producer. He was 33 (now 57) years old Production
Andrew Niccol as Writer. He was 33 (now 57) years old Writing
Peter Biziou as Director of Photography. He was 53 (now 77) years old Camera
Bunny Andrews as Music Editor. He was 67 (now 91) years old Sound
Andrew Plain as Dialogue Editor. He was 44 (60) years old when He died Editing
Lynn Pleshette as Executive Producer. Production
Gail Laskowski as Art Department Coordinator. Art
Art Rochester as Production Sound Mixer. He was 54 (now 78) years old Sound
Phil Heywood as Sound Re-Recording Mixer. He was 43 (now 67) years old Sound
Peter Weir as Director. He was 53 (now 77) years old Directing
Dennis Gassner as Production Design. He was 49 (now 73) years old Art
Edward S. Feldman as Producer. He was 68 (now 92) years old Production
Adam Schroeder as Producer. He was 97 (now 121) years old Production
Richard Luke Rothschild as Co-Producer. Production
The Truman Show poster
The Truman Show (23 years)

The World is Watching

  • Release day: Thursday, June 04, 1998
  • Runtime: 103 minutes
  • Budget: 60000000.00
  • Revenue: 264118201.00