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The Normal Heart (25-May-2014)

Director: Ryan Murphy

Writer: Larry Kramer

Keywords: Drama, Gay, AIDS

HBO drama follows a gay activist's efforts to draw attention to New York City's AIDS epidemic in its darkest hour.

ABSTRACT
HIV-AIDS comes to New York City in the early 1980s, leading to an all-out epidemic as an absence of a prompt reaction by officials and lack of education amongst the general public contributes to a mounting death toll. Standing up against the madness is Ned Weeks, a writer and gay activist who embarks on a tireless campaign to raise awareness of the epidemic and the consequences it carries for the gay community in America's largest city.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Matthew Bomer
Actor
11-Oct-1977   Neal Caffrey on White Collar
Jonathan Groff
Actor
26-Mar-1985   Jesse St. James on Glee
Taylor Kitsch
Actor
9-Apr-1981   Friday Night Lights
Alfred Molina
Actor
24-May-1953   Doctor Octopus in Spider-Man 2
Denis O'Hare
Actor
17-Jan-1962   Larry Harvey on American Horror Story
Jim Parsons
Actor
24-Mar-1973   Sheldon on The Big Bang Theory
Julia Roberts
Actor
28-Oct-1967   Pretty Woman
Mark Ruffalo
Actor
22-Nov-1967   13 Going on 30
Stephen Spinella
Actor
11-Oct-1956   Love! Valour! Compassion!
Corey Stoll
Actor
14-Mar-1976   Peter Russo on House of Cards
B. D. Wong
Actor
24-Oct-1960   Oz, Law & Order: SVU

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