House of D 18 years old

See the world a little differently.

House of D

In the present, artist Tom Warshaw recalls his traumatic coming of age. As a 13-year-old growing up in New York City in 1973, Tom hangs out with Pappass, a mentally disabled man. With Tom's mother battling depression after the death of her husband, the young boy is left to his own devices. When Tom develops a crush on schoolmate Melissa, Pappass feels abandoned and begins behaving erratically.


House of D Cast

Name Character
Téa Leoni She was 38, now 56 years old as Mrs. Warshaw
Orlando Jones He was 36, now 54 years old as Superfly
Michael Chapman He was 68, now 86 years old as Doorman
Zelda Williams She was 14, now 33 years old as Melissa
David Duchovny He was 43, now 62 years old as Tom Warshaw
Frank Langella He was 66, now 84 years old as Reverend Duncan
Robin Williams He was 52, 63 years old when he died as Pappass
Anton Yelchin He was 15, 27 years old when he died as Tommy
Alice Drummond She was 75, 88 years old when she died as Mrs. Brevoort
Claire Lautier She was 34, now 52 years old as Madam Chatquipet
Erykah Badu She was 33, now 51 years old as Lady / Bernadette

House of D Crew

Name Department
Richard Barton Lewis as Producer. Production
Avy Kaufman as Casting. She was 1984 (now 2002) years old Production
Jane Rosenthal as Producer. She was 47 (now 66) years old Production
Bob Yari as Producer. He was 42 (now 61) years old Production
Suzy Elmiger as Editor. She was 54 (now 72) years old Editing
Lester Cohen as Production Design. He was 102 (61) years old when He died Art
Geoff Zanelli as Original Music Composer. He was 29 (now 47) years old Sound
Sheila Paige as Script Supervisor. Directing
Ellen Lutter as Costume Design. Costume & Make-Up
Jeff Skoll as Executive Producer. He was 39 (now 57) years old Production
Adam Merims as Line Producer. Production
Adam Merims as Executive Producer. Production
Zanne Devine as Executive Producer. Production
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House of D (18 years)

See the world a little differently.

  • Release day: Friday, May 07, 2004
  • Runtime: 97 minutes