I Shot Andy Warhol 26 years old

You only get one shot at fame.

I Shot Andy Warhol

Based on the true story of Valerie Solanas who was a 1960s radical preaching hatred toward men in her "Scum" manifesto. She wrote a screenplay for a film that she wanted Andy Warhol to produce, but he continued to ignore her. So she shot him. This is Valerie's story.


I Shot Andy Warhol Cast

Name Character
Jared Harris He was 34, now 60 years old as Andy Warhol
Bill Sage He was 33, now 59 years old as Tom Baker
Justin Theroux He was 24, now 50 years old as Mark
Jill Hennessy She was 27, now 53 years old as Laura
Martha Plimpton She was 25, now 51 years old as Stevie
Stephen Dorff He was 22, now 48 years old as Candy Darling
Donovan He was 49, now 76 years old as Gerard Malanga
Jamie Harrold as Jackie Curtis
Michael Imperioli He was 30, now 56 years old as Ondine
Lili Taylor She was 29, now 55 years old as Valerie Jean Solanas
Reg Rogers He was 31, now 57 years old as Paul Morrissey
Craig Chester He was 30, now 56 years old as Fred Hughes
Victor Browne He was 54, now 80 years old as Danny
Lothaire Bluteau He was 39, now 65 years old as Maurice Girodias
Anna Levine She was 40, now 66 years old as Iris
Tahnee Welch She was 34, now 60 years old as Viva
Lorraine Farris as Susan
Anh Duong She was 35, now 61 years old as Comtesse de Courcy
James Lyons He was 35, 47 years old when he died as Billy Name
Myriam Cyr She was 35, now 62 years old as Ultra Violet

I Shot Andy Warhol Crew

Name Department
Thérèse DePrez as Production Design. She was 31 (52) years old when She died Art
Suzanne Smith as Casting. Production
Kerry Barden as Casting. Production
Keith Reamer as Editor. Editing
Tom Kalin as Producer. He was 34 (now 60) years old Production
Ellen Kuras as Director of Photography. She was 36 (now 62) years old Camera
Mary Harron as Director. She was 43 (now 69) years old Directing
Mary Harron as Writer. She was 43 (now 69) years old Writing
Diane Lederman as Set Decoration. Art
I Shot Andy Warhol poster
I Shot Andy Warhol (26 years)

You only get one shot at fame.

  • Release day: Wednesday, May 01, 1996
  • Runtime: 103 minutes
  • Revenue: 1814290.00