Cast (in credits order) verified as complete. Leonardo DiCaprio. ... Jim Carroll. Lorraine Bracco. ... Jim's Mother. Marilyn Sokol.
The Basketball Diaries (film) Cast. Leonardo DiCaprio as Jim Carroll. Lorraine Bracco as Mrs. Carroll. James Madio as Pedro. Patrick McGaw as Neutron. Mark Wahlberg as Mickey. Roy ... Reception. Lawsuits. Soundtrack. References.
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The Basketball Diaries Characters Bobby Blake. Bobby Blake is one of Carroll's junkie friends who gets high and performs ridiculous, illegal acts. Mr. Bluster. Mr. Bluster is the principal at the Catholic private school Carroll attends on scholarship. Bluster gets... Brian Browning. Brian Browning ...
Characters from Inwood and Vicinity Kevin (cousin) 117, 77-78 Chris 18 Johnny 48-50 Danny 48-51, 55 Sam McGiggle 48 Sean 51 Leapy Louie Salvado (basketball rival from the Bronx) 52 Ronny 55 Donny 56 Barry 117 Butch 117 Bobby Blake (the kleptomaniac) 94-97, 114 Al Dolan 195-96 Sal (park attendant) 51 Sal Salvado (barber) 52 Rudy (foreman at Yankee Stadium) 53
Top cast. Leonardo DiCaprio. as Jim Carroll. Lorraine Bracco. as Jim's Mother. Marilyn Sokol. as Chanting Woman. James Madio. as Pedro. Patrick McGaw. More like this. Storyline. Did you know. User reviews 189.
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Coach Swifty (Bruno Kirby): composite of Coach Lefty, basketball scout Benny Greenbaum, and Coach Dudley Doolittle. Jim's mother (Lorraine Bracco): Jim's mother, much embellished. Reggie (Ernie Hudson): There is no character even remotely like "Reggie" in the book.
Last Updated on May 6, 2015, by eNotes Editorial. Word Count: 1353. Fall 1963 In the first entry of The Basketball Diaries, a thirteen-year-old Carroll uses a fake birth certificate from his coach ...
The Basketball Diaries (1978) is the memoir of Jim Carroll, who was both a famous poet and punk rocker. Carroll describes growing up in New York City and the challenges he faces trying to stay out of trouble. The memoir is very popular with both Carroll’s fans and critics, and it was eventually made into a 1995 film starring Leonardo DiCaprio.