Index

Bio
Pix
His Work
Recent News
Articles
On TV...
Links
Guests
About Me


Home

 

An unofficial homepage dedicated to Elias Koteas.   

News 

 
April 10, 2009:
Elias has just been cast in a new FX original series entitled "Lights Out."

March 23, 2009:
Elias is scheduled to appear on an episode of "Saving Grace" on Monday, March 23 at 10 p.m. eastern on TNT.  It will also air during the week on March 24 and March 26 at 12 a.m.  In this episode, the team investigates the death of a woman, but Grace is lured to the prime suspect (Elias Koteas), a high-profile architect with an unconventional sex life.  Meanwhile, Ham partners with Grace again, hoping the union will rekindle their twisty romance.

March 11, 2009:
Happy 48th Birthday, Elias!!

February 20, 2009:
The Haunting in Connecticut Gets New Synopsis:
Based on a chilling true story, Lionsgate’s "The Haunting in Connecticut" charts one family's
terrifying, real-life encounter with the dark forces of the supernatural.  It is due to be released on March 27, 2009.  Read the entire story here.

November, 2008: 
Elias is in New Orleans filming "My Own Love Song" about a wheelchair-bound singer and her best friend who embark on a roadtrip to Memphis.  Due for a 2009 release, the film also stars Nick Nolte, Rene Zellwegger. Forest Whitaker. 

October, 2008:
For all curious fans who have e-mailed me, I have confirmed that it is NOT Elias in the new Verizon Rhapsody commercial (the one where the parents are dressed strangely at the end).  The unknown actor bears a striking resemblance, but it is not him.  And no, it's not Christopher Meloni either.....

September 24, 2008:
The season premiere of CSI N.Y. is going to be September 24, 2008.  The episode is supposed to pick up where the season finale ended last season. Last season, Elias played a bank robber / murderer who may or may not be who he says he is.  Is he really the bank robber or just a pawn for the real robbers?  Season 5 will kick off with Mac (Gary Sinise) still held hostage, and the team trying to figure out how to help him.  In the aftermath of a bank heist gone bad, Mac wakes up in a submerged car with no memory of how he got there.  Pictures on the pix page.

September, 2008:
Elias finished filming a guest spot for a future episode of the TNT series "Saving Grace," starring Holly Hunter.  No air date set yet.

March 11, 2008:
Happy 47th Birthday, Elias!!

June, 2008: 
Dark Streets wins Special Jury Prize at the 2008 CineVegas International Film Festival.

November, 2007:
Elias will be voicing legendary producer and write Val Lewton in the Turner Classic Movie documentary:  "Martin Scorsese Presents: Val Lewton - The Man In The Shadows (2008)."  This is scheduled to air on Jan. 14, 2008 at 8 p.m. and Jan. 15 at midnight and at 9:15 a.m.

June, 2007: 
Added a new page with a link to the Yahoo Discussion Group page.

March 11, 2007:
Happy 46th Birthday, Elias!!

March, 2007:
Elias will be in a new television series on NBC called "Ft. Pit." Ft. Pit is a cop drama with a touch of comedy that follows Bobby Bonelli (James Badge Dale), who is assigned to the infamous 74th Precinct, aka Fort Pit, in Brooklyn. Fresh out of the academy where he was the top of his class, Bonelli is assigned to clean up the corruption in the force, a job that will take him into a 'battle' with the veteran officer Jack Cadge (Elias Koteas), a legend in the force.  Series premiere is scheduled for June 1, 2007. UPDATE:  This series has been scratched. :(

July, 2006:
Looks like Elias is no longer in the credits for "Kill Kill Faster Faster," however, he is listed as Jack Payne in "Shooter."

May 27, 2006:
Studio Dante will present the world premiere of "Dark Yellow", a new play by Julia Jordan. Directed by Nick Sandow, this limited Off-Broadway engagement will run Wednesday, May 24 – Saturday, June 17 at Studio Dante (257 West 29th Street). Opening night is set for Saturday, May 27 at 8 p.m.

May 23, 2006:
Elias appears in the season finale of "House."

March 3, 2006:
Elias appears in the new NBC series "Conviction."

November, 2005:
Link to news article on Skinwalkers
Early photographs from the set (but none of Elias yet)
Photo 1, Photo 2

November 20, 2005:
Elias does a voice over for the Fox comedy "American Dad."

September, 2005:
Elias is cast as a 'werewolf' in the sci-fi / horror flick "Skinwalkers," due for release in 2006.  Skinwalkers is a spellbinding new twist on a classic werewolf horror tales. Timothy, a 12-year-old boy, suddenly finds himself at the center of a battle between two warring groups of werewolves.  One group of werewolves is sworn to protect him.  The other group is trying to kill him -- and the young boy's mother has to find out why her son is at the center of the conflict before time runs out.

June 7, 2005:
"The Greatest Game Ever Played" is scheduled for release on Sept. 30, 2005.
"Prisoner"
is in post-production, but no release date listed yet. 
Elias also did a short entitled "The Big Empty" with Selma Blair, which one an Audience Award at the Malibu Film Festival. 

May 20, 2005:
Variety is reporting that Julian McMahon of "nip/tuck" fame has been cast as the title character in "Prisoner", an independent drama that just began production in Nashville, predominantly at the Tennessee State Prison.. McMahon will be playing a Hollywood director who is taken prisoner while scouting an abandoned prison for a film location.  David Alford and Robert Lynn wrote the script and are making their helming debuts while Elias Koteas plays the jailer; Dagmara Dominczyk, Kim Raver, Rocky Carroll and Tom Guiry make up the rest of the cast.

Apr. 17, 2005:
"Hot 'n' Throbbing"
closes two weeks early.

Jan. 2, 2005:

Elias rehearses an off-Broadway play called "Hot 'n' Throbbing."
Lisa Emery, Suli Holum, Elias Koteas, Tom Nelis, Matthew Stadelmann and Rebecca Wisocky will be featured in the Signature Theatre Company mounting of Paula Vogel's Hot 'N' Throbbing. The production, directed by Les Waters, is scheduled to run at Signature's Peter Norton Space from March 8 through May 1.
In Hot 'N' Throbbing, Charlene (Emery) writes erotic screenplays to support her troubled teenage son (Stadelmann) and daughter (Holum) while trying to keep her estranged, obsessive husband (Koteas) away from the three of them.

Sept. 8, 2004:
Elias participates in a benefit reading of 100 Stories, a play by New York playwright Sarah Tuft, which uses personal stories recorded in the aftermath of Sept. 11 to reveal personal experiences and truth.

Feb. 13, 2003:
Elias wins a Genie Award for best-supporting actor for Ararat.

Jan. 2, 2003:
Elias works on a USA mini-series called Traffic.

Dec. 18, 2002:
Elias is nominated for a Genie award for best supporting actor for
Ararat.

Oct. 4, 2002:
Elias had a part in Stander, a movie about three bank robbers in South Africa in the 1980s.
  (Update:  The movie was released in 2003, but he wasn't in it.  Can't find out why he dropped out).

Aug. 23, 2002:
Simone opens nationwide.

May 8, 2002:
Ararat will be released in France at the Cannes Film Festival this month and in France on Sept. 4, 2002.  The U.S. release will be Nov. 29, 2002.

April 19, 2002:
Novocaine will be released on video on April 23, 2002.

March 11, 2002:
Happy 41st Birthday, Elias

Feb. 13, 2002:
Harrison's Flowers is scheduled to be released on March 15.
There is also a mailing list to receive information and stay updated about this movie.  If interested, go here.

Nov. 29, 2001:
The official "Collateral Damage" website is reporting that this movie will open Feb. 8, 2002.

Sept. 13, 2001:
Release of "Collateral Damage" postponed due to 9-11.

Sept. 2, 2001:
HBO is scheduled to premiere "Shot in the Heart" October 13, 2001.

May 19, 2001:
Added an interview from Detour Magazine on 'Crash' at the bottom of the page.

March 14, 2001:
Added some pix and a synopsis to 'Harrison's Flowers' on the movies page.

March 11, 2001:



Happy 40th Birthday, Elias

Jan. 27, 2001:
Update about "Collateral Damage" (and it doesn't sound good).

The Arnold Page is reporting that this movie, at first scheduled to be released on August, 2001, won't actually be released until the summer of 2002.

Well that may be bad for Arnold fans, but it's even worse for us Elias fans, because we hardly see much of Elias in new movies to begin with! Now instead of waiting seven months, we have to wait more than a year!



bio | pix| his work| recent news | articles| on TV...| links | guests | about me
 


 

© Copyright 2000 - 2010 Eloquent Elias