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  2. Brandon Teena - Wikipedia

    Brandon Teena (December 12, 1972 – December 31, 1993) was an American trans man who was raped and later, along with Phillip DeVine and Lisa Lambert, murdered in Humboldt, Nebraska by John Lotter and Tom Nissen. His life and death were the subject of the films The Brandon Teena Story and Boys Don't Cry.

  3. Lana Tisdel - Wikipedia

    Lana M. Tisdel (born May 28, 1975) is an American woman whose early life and involvement with the December 1993 murders of Brandon Teena, Lisa Lambert and Phillip DeVine, at the hands of John Lotter and Tom Nissen, is chronicled in the 1998 documentary The Brandon Teena Story and the 1999 film Boys Don't Cry (which left out DeVine).

  4. Peter Sarsgaard - Wikipedia

    In 1999, Sarsgaard earned critical recognition in Kimberly Peirce's Boys Don't Cry, where he was cast as notorious killer John Lotter. The film is based on the real-life story of Brandon Teena, who was raped and murdered in 1993 by Lotter and Tom Nissen after they found out that he was a trans man.

  5. Discrimination against transgender men - Wikipedia

    His murderers, Marvin Nissen and John Lotter forced Teena to remove his trousers at a Christmas party to prove to Teena's partner that he had a vulva. Nissen and Lotter then forced Teena into a car and drove to a meat packing plant in Richardson County, where they beat and raped him. They then took him to Nissen's home and forced him to shower.

  6. Norm Macdonald - Wikipedia

    Joyce Napier (sister-in-law) Norman Gene Macdonald [i] (October 17, 1959 [ii] – September 14, 2021) was a Canadian stand-up comedian, actor, and writer whose style was characterized by deadpan delivery and the use of folksy, old-fashioned turns of phrase. [1] [2] [3] He appeared in many films and was a regular guest on late-night talk shows ...

  7. John Nissen - Wikipedia

    Nissen is an accomplished 'cellist and double bass player. He had played in the National Youth Orchestra, the Cambridge University Musical Society orchestra under Sir David Willcocks, and the Salomon Orchestra, one of London's finest amateur orchestras. He had played professionally in the band for Royal Shakespeare Company plays.

  8. Lotter (surname) - Wikipedia

    Lotter (surname) Lötter was the last name of a family of German printers, intimately connected with the Reformation. The surname may also refer to: Melchior Lotter (born 15th century), German printer and founder of Lotter family. Hieronymus Lotter (1497–1580), Renaissance builder and architect (see Augustusburg Hunting Lodge and Moritzbastei ...