Steven Prince was Scorsese's roommate for a while, and was also a music promoter (mostly for Neil Diamond) and drug addict before he turned to acting. American BOY catches up with him a couple of years after 'Taxi Driver', with Prince relating tales from his storied life. The verite style of the documentary doesn't add too much to 'American Boy'.
- Martin Scorsese
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American Boy: A Profile of Steven Prince is a 1978 documentary directed by Martin Scorsese. Its subject is Scorsese's friend Steven Prince, known for his small role as Easy Andy, the gun salesman in Taxi Driver. Prince is a raconteur who tells stories about various events in his life. The Neil Young song "Time Fades Away" is featured in the film.
American Boy: A Profile of: Steven Prince Photos View All Photos (4) Movie Info Martin Scorsese talks to actor Steven Prince about his past. Genre: Documentary Original Language: English Director:...
Martin Scorsese spends an evening with larger-than-life raconteur Steven Prince—a former drug addict, road manager for Neil Diamond, and actor who memorably played the gun salesman in TAXI DRIVER—as he recounts stories from his colorful life (one of which later inspired a key scene in PULP FICTION). Subscribe
American Boy: A Profile of Steven Prince 1978 Directed by Martin Scorsese Synopsis Martin Scorsese spends an evening with larger-than-life raconteur Steven Prince—a former drug addict, road manager for Neil Diamond, and actor—as he recounts stories from his colorful life. Remove Ads Cast Crew Details Genres Cast
- New Empire Films, Scorsese Films
- Martin Scorsese
In the home of actor George Memmoli, Steven Prince discusses his past before an audience including Scorsese, Memmoli and several of their friends. Cast & Crew Read More Martin Scorsese Director George Memmoli Himself Mardik Martin Himself Martin Scorsese Himself Steven Prince Himself Kathy Mcginnis Herself Photos & Videos View All