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Deborah Kara Unger : Actress Height, Weight, Age, Movies, Biography, News, Images & Videos

Deborah Kara Unger is a Canadian actress. She is known for her roles in the films Highlander III: The Sorcerer, Crash, The Game, Payback, The Hurricane, White Noise, Silent Hill, 88 Minutes and The Way

Deborah Kara Unger
Name : Deborah Kara Unger
Birth Date : 12 May 1966
Birth Place : Vancouver, Canada
Nationality :
Height : 1.7 m
Occupation : Actress

Deborah Kara Unger Movies and TV Shows

  • 88 Minutes [18 April 2008 (USA)]

    Jack Gramm, a forensic psychologist, helps in the condemnation of a serial killer, Jon. On the day of Jon's final execution, Jack receives a threat call informing him that he has 88 minutes to live.

  • A Dangerous Arrangement [Mario Philip Azzopardi]

    Shortly after their initial meeting, the lives of two women spin out of control thanks to a night of drug-fueled partying.

  • A Dark Truth [19 September 2012]

    Jack, a retired CIA agent, decides to rescue a South American eco-activist who has evidence against a multinational corporation that massacred an entire village to cover up a deadly design flaw.

  • A Love Song for Bobby Long [2 September 2004]

    Bobby Long (John Travolta), a former professor turned full-time drunkard, and Lawson Pines (Gabriel Macht), Long's former teaching assistant, spend their days drinking and swapping literary quotations in a New Orleans house owned by a deceased lounge singer. When the singer's daughter, Pursy (Scarlett Johansson), shows up to reclaim her mother's property, Bobby and Lawson try to grift their way into keeping the home while attempting to convince the high-school dropout to pursue an education.… MORE

  • A Thought of Ecstasy [25 January 2018 (Germany)]

    A man sets out in search of a lost love who moved to the United States.

  • Angel and the Badman [15 February 1947 (USA)]

    When Penelope Worth, a Quaker girl, nurses Quirt Evans, a notorious gunman back to health, he reflects on his past transgressions. He then decides to learn more about her peaceful ways.

  • Between Strangers [13 September 2002 (Italy)]

    The individual lives of three Toronto woman fighting their personal demons: a housewife married to a wheelchair bound husband who is unsupportive of her talent as an artist; a young photojournalist tormented by a picture she has taken of an Angolan child; and a famous cellist who has abandoned her husband and daughter to seek revenge on her father.

  • Breakaway [23 September 2011 (India)]

    Rajvinder, a hockey enthusiast, is ridiculed by his family and mainstream hockey players. Tired of being humiliated, he forms his own hockey team and challenges them.

  • City of Gardens [2011]

    A young surfer from California is forced to grow up in a hurry when he is thrown into a Peruvian prison in 1980.

  • Crash [26 April 2005 (Beverly Hills)]

    A group of strangers in Los Angeles grapple with issues of race, class, family and gender in the aftermath of the September 11 terror attacks in New York.

  • Emile [9 January 2004 (Canada)]

    Emile (Ian McKellen), a retired professor, returns to his Canadian hometown to receive an award after decades of living in England. The trip spurs memories of his troubled relationship with his brothers, Carl (Chris William Martin) and Freddy (Tygh Runyan). Stopping by the family farm, Emile visits with his niece, Nadia (Deborah Kara Unger), but their reunion isn't easy. As Emile tries to win Nadia's forgiveness for earlier mistakes, he forms a connection with her young daughter (Theo Crane).… MORE

  • Fear X [4 April 2003 (Denmark)]

    Harry Caine (John Turturro) is a mild-mannered mall cop whose pregnant wife is killed in the underground parking lot where he works. It seems it may have been a contract killing, and Harry becomes obsessed with finding out the details. His investigation eventually takes him to a Montana town, where reality becomes unhinged for him, and he remains disturbingly unfazed by the wintry conditions and eccentric characters. In the end, he's not looking for revenge, just for the reason behind it all.… MORE

  • Highlander III: The Sorcerer [30 November 1994]

    An evil immortal swordsman (Mario Van Peebles) catches up to his sorcerer foe (Christopher Lambert) at a deserted New Jersey refinery.

  • Hollywood North [18 May 2003]

    Disaster strikes when a producer (Matthew Modine) tries to make a film with a has-been director (John Neville) and a psychotic actor (Alan Bates).

  • Jackals [24 May 2018 (Russia)]

    After the Powells hire a specialist deprogrammer to rescue their teenage son from a murderous cult, they find themselves under siege when the cultists surround their cabin, demanding the boy back.

  • Keys to Tulsa [20 November 1996]

    Though his wealthy mother tries to protect him, Richter (Eric Stoltz) has found lots of trouble. He's in debt to menacing drug peddler Ronnie (James Spader), and he's having an affair with the dealer's wife, Vicky (Deborah Kara Unger). Armed with the knowledge that a local man has committed a deadly crime, Ronnie forces Richter to help in an extortion plot. But Richter's already dicey situation gets even more dangerous when Ronnie learns where his wife has been spending her evenings.… MORE

  • Leo [11 September 2002]

    Parallel stories detail the lives of a recently paroled convict and a boy with a troubled mother.

  • Luminous Motion [14 August 1998]

    Fugitives from the American Dream, 10 year old Phillip and his mom live the outlaw life on the road. The precocious Phillip has no need for school: the neon glow of motel signs is light enough by which to read his textbooks on biology and physics -- two subjects about which his Mom teaches him a thing or two, as she seduces men out of their credit cards to fuel their crazy flight. Mom begins to feel the gravitational pull of home life and the need to settle down.… MORE

  • Messages Deleted [2009]

    A screenwriter receives phone calls begging for his help and each time the caller is found dead.

  • No Way Home [September 1996]

    An ex-convict (Tim Roth) returns to Staten Island and finds his brother (James Russo) has a wife (Deborah Unger) and trouble with the mob.

  • Paranoia 1.0 [6 August 2004 (Australia)]

    Corporate workers use a computer programmer (Jeremy Sisto) as a guinea pig in a secret experiment.

  • Payback [5 February 1999 (USA)]

    After a successful heist, Porter's wife Lynn and crime partner Val betray him and leave him for dead. He recuperates five months later and plots his revenge.

  • Prisoners of the Sun [26 July 1990]

    Captain Robert Cooper, a tough and tenacious military prosecutor, is responsible for the prosecution of 100 alleged Japanese war criminals. It seems that he has made these trials a personal vendetta which complicates matters during one trial, where the life of one anguished Japanese officer is sacrificed to imprison another of greater evil.

  • Rehearsal [4 December 2015]

    An aging British theatre director is forced to hire a young Hollywood action star to guarantee an audience for the Anton Chekhov play he is mounting.

  • Samuel Bleak [2011]

    A quiet Southern town changes after an isolated mute person -- with a dark secret -- is admitted to a mental institution.

  • Shake Hands with the Devil [28 September 2007 (Canada)]

    Lt. Gen. Roméo Dallaire (Roy Dupuis) witnesses atrocities while leading a U.N. peacekeeping mission to Rwanda.

  • Signs and Wonders [11 February 2000]

    Alec (Stellan Skarsgard), an American living in Athens, leaves his wife (Charlotte Rampling) for another woman, Katherine (Deborah Kara Unger), but then tries to return to her over his guilt, but she's more interested in a Greek political activist (Dimitris Katalifos). He is under the influence of signs and premonitions with blue being his color, and yellow being the color of Katherine.… MORE

  • Silent Hill [21 April 2006 (USA)]

    Rose and her daughter, Sharon, leave their house to go to Silent Hill. On their way Rose meets with an accident knocking her unconscious and when she awakes, Sharon is missing.

  • Silent Hill 2 [25 October 2012 (Hong Kong)]

    Heather discovers that her presumed identity is false and this revelation leads her deeper into a demonic world that threatens to trap her forever.

  • Sophie [15 August 2006]

  • Stander [10 October 2003 (South Africa)]

    In apartheid-era South Africa, a man (Thomas Jane) robs banks while maintaining his job as a police captain.

  • Sunshine [17 December 1999 (Canada)]

    The story of three generations of the Sonnenscheins, a Jewish-Hungarian family that began when Hungary was ruled by the Austro-Hungarian empire, changed their name to Sors in order to survive the years of Nazi occupation, and now faces the fallout of the postwar Communist legacy.

  • Ten Tiny Love Stories [2001]

    Ten women (Radha Mitchell, Alicia Witt, Lisa Gay Hamilton) discuss sex, love, loss and the men who left lasting impressions on them.

  • The Alibi [17 November 2006 (USA)]

    Con man Ray Elliot (Steve Coogan) decides to leave crime behind to start a company that sells fake alibis to clients who have been unfaithful to their significant others. It seems that the streetwise Ray has found his calling, until he unexpectedly becomes a murder suspect in a case involving one of his most influential customers. Now, as the police and an assassin called "The Mormon" (Sam Elliott) track Ray, he and his attractive assistant, Lola (Rebecca Romijn), must clear their own names.… MORE

  • The Game [12 September 1997 (Canada)]

    Nicholas Van Orton, a merchant banker, receives a strange birthday gift, a voucher for a game, from his brother Conrad. When he actually makes use of the voucher, he falls in trouble.

  • The Hollow [24 October 2015 (USA)]

    Halloween brings a storm to Shelter Island, but also something worse -a creature of fire, bones and earth, given life by a century-old curse.

  • The Hurricane [1998]

    Actor-filmmaker Melvin Van Peebles traces the portrayals of blacks in cinema from the silent era through today.

  • The Maiden Danced to Death [15 November 2011 (Kolkata)]

    The Maiden Danced to Death is a 2011 Hungarian-language independent drama film written, starring, directed by Endre Hules. The film is a Hungarian-Slovenian-Canadian co-production filmed on-location in all three countries.

  • The Rat Pack [22 August 1998]

    Dramatisation of the volatile relationships of Sammy Davis Jr, Dean Martin, Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop with each other and the Kennedy's, Marilyn Monroe, mobster Sam Giancano, Judith Cambell and the FBI.

  • The Salton Sea [26 April 2002 (USA)]

    To avenge his wife's murder, Danny Parker gets involved in the underworld drug dealings and soon everyone believes him to be a junkie.

  • The Samaritan [20 April 2012 (United Kingdom)]

    After many years in prison, a former grifter (Samuel L. Jackson) tries to go straight, but the son (Luke Kirby) of his former partner insists on learning the game and relieving a feared gangster (Tom Wilkinson) of $8 million.

  • The Way [19 November 2010 (Spain)]

    An American father travels to France to retrieve the body of his estranged son, who died while attempting the pilgrimage to Spain's Santiago de Compostela. He resolves to take the journey himself, in an effort to understand both himself and his son.

  • The Weekend [20 August 1999 (Italy)]

    Friends and family gather in upstate New York on the first anniversary of a young man's (D.B. Sweeney) AIDS-related death.

  • Things That Hang from Trees [19 January 2001]

    This drama, based on a real-life story, presents a look at inner-city life as seen by Father John McNamee (David Morse), a white Roman Catholic priest who maintains a congregation in northern Philadelphia. The area has become an impoverished and predominantly African-American neighborhood that faces considerable challenges, and Father McNamee feels the weight of his responsibility as he attempts to care for his parishioners and aid his struggling community.… MORE

  • Thirteen [20 August 2003 (New York)]

    Thirteen-year-old Tracy gets involved in drugs, thefts and other forms of social misbehaviour after she meets Evie. Her mother attempts to intervene and stop her lifestyle by separating the two.

  • Till There Was You [18 July 1991 (Germany)]

    Searching for his long-lost brother, American musician Frank Flynn (Mark Harmon) journeys to an island in the South Pacific with hopes of tracking him down. Once on land, Frank meets the beautiful Anna (Deborah Unger), who accompanies him on his quest. Eventually, Frank discovers that Anna is the former wife of his brother's cold and calculating business partner, Robert "Viv" Vivaldi (Jeroen Krabbé), who very likely had something to do with his sibling's disappearance.… MORE

  • Transparency [16 April 2010]

    When David discovers a young Serbian girl stowed in a truck during a routine security inspection, he attempts to save her from a human trafficking racket. Will he succeed in this do-or-die mission?

  • Vengeance: A Love Story [15 October 2010]

  • Walled In [5 September 2012 (France)]

    Having finally secured her first assignment from her family's demolition business, Sam Walczak (Mischa Barton) is sent to supervise the destruction of an apartment house, only to discover a group of tenants still living in the condemned building. One such tenant, Jimmy (Cameron Bright), tells Sam an urban legend about a serial murderer who used to live in the building and entomb his victims in the walls. What's worse, the dead are believed to still harass the residents to this day.… MORE

  • Whispers in the Dark [7 August 1992]

    Psychiatrist Ann Hecker (Annabella Sciorra) becomes intrigued by the revelations of Eve Abergray (Deborah Unger), a beautiful patient who indulges in sadomasochistic sexual behavior with her lover. When Ann begins dating the handsome Doug McDowell (Jamey Sheridan), she discovers that he is the man involved with her patient. After Eve is found dead, Ann realizes that she's ventured into a dangerous situation as she begins to suspect that Doug is the murderer.… MORE

  • White Noise [7 January 2005 (USA)]

    Jonathan Rivers has become a widower, wallowing in confusion over the death of his wife. But a paranormal expert approaches Jonathan saying they can hear his wife from beyond the grave.

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What is birthdate of Deborah Kara Unger?

- 12 May 1966.

What is BirthPlace of Deborah Kara Unger?

- Vancouver, Canada.

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What is Height of Deborah Kara Unger?

- 1.7 m.

What is Age of Deborah Kara Unger?

- 57.

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