|Birth Day||December 3, 1953|
|Age||67 YEARS OLD|
Twentieth-century realist artist best known for his paintings of male burlesque dancers. Many of his works, including Slave to the Rhythm and Hanky Panky, depict scenes from New York's Gaiety Theatre.
The earliest paintings in his 1980s Gaiety Theatre series include Grand Finale and The Apollo Room 1.
He was interviewed in Resident Alien, a documentary film about the life of English author and storyteller Quentin Crisp.
He was born in the North Hollywood neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Tragically, he died of AIDS at the age of thirty-eight.
Played by actor Jonathan Tucker, Angus appears as a character in a 2009 film entitled An Englishman in New York.