Anita Sarko

Anita Sarko

Influential night club DJ in Manhattan from 1979 until present. Was the DJ at Mudd Club, Danceteria, Rock Lounge, Area and Palladium's VIP Michael Todd Room. Musically Supervised and produced music for Banana Republic CDs throughout the mid to late 1990's. Has DJed private parties for Prince, Whitney Houston, Cher, Leonard Bernstein, MTV,... Show more »
Influential night club DJ in Manhattan from 1979 until present. Was the DJ at Mudd Club, Danceteria, Rock Lounge, Area and Palladium's VIP Michael Todd Room. Musically Supervised and produced music for Banana Republic CDs throughout the mid to late 1990's. Has DJed private parties for Prince, Whitney Houston, Cher, Leonard Bernstein, MTV, the White House Correspondents' Dinner, the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America), NYCB (New York City Ballet), "Details", "Playboy", "Vanity Fair" and innumerable others. Musically supervised fashion shows and parties for many designers around the world, including Marc Jacobs, Betsey Johnson, Thierry Mugler, Nicole Miller, Stephen Sprouse, Calvin Klein, Vivienne Westwood and Donna Karan. Was the first DJ to be treated as a celebrity and booked into venues around the world.Mentioned in books about and by Andy Warhol, the Beastie Boys, Marc Almond, Bret Easton Ellis and Anthony Haden-Guest.Senior Writer/Columnist/Reviewer/Contributor: "Details", "Playboy", "Interview", "Seventeen","City", "Us", "Egg", "Raygun", "Bikini", "Paper", "Spin". Has had writings and interviews appear in publications throughout the world. Has had Madonna interviews reprinted by MTV and "Desperately Seeking Madonna". She is now writing fashion and shopping pieces for newyorksocialdiary.com and edits patrickmcmullan.com., as well as writing the site's main column ("Subtitles") and controls/edits the site's blogs.Co-hosted No Entiendes Cabaret with Haoui Montaug throughout 1980's. No Entiendes regulars included the teens who would later become Beastie Boys and Luscious Jackson, Karen Finley, and introduced Madonna. In 1987, while performing with No Entiendes in Hong Kong, Sarko discovered a little tape machine that people were singing along with. She bought one and took it back to Manhattan. She and Montaug launched Kaijin Karaoke, the first Karaoke night ever outside the Aisian community. It was presented weekly in Manhattan, first at Lotus Blossom Chinese Restaurant in Tribeca, followed by a residency at Club MK. Kaijin Karaoke became a popular act on the college circuit. There was also an extended weekly residency at Caroline's Comedy Club and performances at Montreal's infamous Just For Laughs Festival. The partnership ended with Montaug's death from AIDS in 1991.Anita is currently writing a book based upon her Palladium diaries from 1985-1997. Show less «
Anita Sarko's FILMOGRAPHY
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Annabelle: Creation
IMDb: 7
2017
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...