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America's Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story
|America's Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story|
|Written by||Christopher Andersen (book)
Jon Maas (teleplay)
|Directed by||Eric Laneuville|
Portia de Rossi
|Theme music composer||Mason Daring|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||100 min|
|Production company||20th Century Fox|
|Original release||12 January 2003 (2003-01-12)|
America's Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story is a 2003 20th Century Fox television film. It is a biographical film about John F. Kennedy Jr. and based on Christopher Andersen's 2000 bestseller, The Day John Died. It was directed by Eric Laneuville and stars Kristoffer Polaha, Portia de Rossi and Jacqueline Bisset in principal roles. It premiered on TBS on 12 January 2003.
The film outlines key moments of Kennedy's life, beginning with his fatal plane crash. Time is also devoted to his trying time at law school, his relationship with his iron-willed mother. The film also charts his romantic life, from his relationship with film actress Daryl Hannah to his marriage to Carolyn Bessette. It also charts his attempts to distance himself from the political Kennedy dynasty, instead devoting his efforts to a career as a magazine editor.
- Kristoffer Polaha as John F. Kennedy Jr.
- Portia de Rossi as Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy
- Jacqueline Bisset as Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis
- Tara Chocol as Daryl Hannah
- Robert N. Smith as Michael Berman
- Kirsten Bishop as Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg
- Jennifer Baxter as Lauren Bessette
- Tammy Isbell as Charley
- Colin Fox as Richard Lawton
- Michael Riley as Douglas Conte
- George R. Robertson as Maurice Tempelsman
- Katie Griffin as Shrine Girl 1
- America's Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story (2003) New York Times. Retrieved on 9 October 2010
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