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    Lee Van Cleef

    One of the great movie villains, Lee Van Cleef started out as an accountant. He served in the U.S. Navy aboard minesweepers and subchasers during World War II. After the war he worked as an office administrator, becoming involved in amateur theatrics in his spare time. An audition for a professional role led to a touring company job in "Mr. Roberts". His performance was seen by Stanley Kramer, who cast him as henchman Jack Colby in High Noon (1952), a role that brought him great recognition despite the fact that he had no dialogue. For the next decade he played a string of memorably villainous characters, primarily in westerns but also in crime dramas such as The Big Combo (1955). His hawk nose and steely, slit eyes seemed destined to keep him always in the realm of heavies, but in the mid-'60s Sergio Leone cast him as the tough but decent Col. Mortimer opposite Clint Eastwood in For a Few Dollars More (1965). A new career as a western hero (or at least anti-hero) opened up, and Van Cleef became an international star, though in films of decreasing quality. In the 1980s he moved easily into action and martial-arts movies, and starred in "The Master" (1984), a TV series featuring almost non-stop martial arts action. He died of a heart attack in December 1989, and was buried at Forest Lawn in the Hollywood Hills.

    Good cowboy film guy.....usually played the bad guy roles!
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    Lee Van Cleef

    One of the great movie villains, Lee Van Cleef started out as an accountant. He served in the U.S. Navy aboard minesweepers and subchasers during World War II. After the war he worked as an office administrator, becoming involved in amateur theatrics in his spare time. An audition for a professional role led to a touring company job in "Mr. Roberts". His performance was seen by Stanley Kramer, who cast him as henchman Jack Colby in High Noon (1952), a role that brought him great recognition despite the fact that he had no dialogue. For the next decade he played a string of memorably villainous characters, primarily in westerns but also in crime dramas such as The Big Combo (1955). His hawk nose and steely, slit eyes seemed destined to keep him always in the realm of heavies, but in the mid-'60s Sergio Leone cast him as the tough but decent Col. Mortimer opposite Clint Eastwood in For a Few Dollars More (1965). A new career as a western hero (or at least anti-hero) opened up, and Van Cleef became an international star, though in films of decreasing quality. In the 1980s he moved easily into action and martial-arts movies, and starred in "The Master" (1984), a TV series featuring almost non-stop martial arts action. He died of a heart attack in December 1989, and was buried at Forest Lawn in the Hollywood Hills.

    Good cowboy film guy.....usually played the bad guy roles!
    Great bad guys make great movies.
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    Robert Downey Jr.

    The son of an underground filmmaker, Robert Downey Jr. was born April 4, 1965, in New York City. His first big-screen part was as a puppy in his father's film Pound (1970).

    After a series of memorable supporting roles -- including one in Weird Science (1985) -- Downey joined the "Saturday Night Live" cast for one season. He soon moved to Hollywood and landed the lead in The Pick-Up Artist (1987). His turn as a drug addict that same year in Less Than Zero eerily foreshadowed the personal demons that would haunt him later.

    Downey moves with ease from comedy (Soapdish) to drama (Short Cuts) to the bizarre (Natural Born Killers). He earned a Best Actor Oscar nomination for his note-perfect portrayal of the title character in 1992's Chaplin and a second Oscar nod 16 years later for Tropic Thunder. 2009 brought him a Golden Globe win as Best Actor for his performance in Sherlock Holmes.
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    1. The Avengers (2012) (announced) as Tony Stark
    2. Cowboys and Aliens (2011) (pre-production) as Zeke Jackson

    3. Due Date (2010) (pre-production)
    4. Oobermind (2010) (post-production) (voice) as Metro Man
    5. Iron Man 2 (2010) as Tony Stark
    6. Sherlock Holmes (2009) (post-production) as Sherlock Holmes

    7. The Soloist (2009) as Steve Lopez
    8. Chaplin Anniversary Edition: The Most Famous Man in the World! (2008)
    9. Chaplin Anniversary Edition: Strolling Into the Sunset (2008)
    10. Chaplin Anniversary Edition: Chaplin the Hero (2008)
    11. Tropic Thunder: Rain of Madness (2008)
    12. Tropic Thunder (2008) as Kirk Lazarus – Hot LZ
    13. The Incredible Hulk (2008) (uncredited) as Tony Stark
    14. Iron Man (2008) (VG) (voice) as Tony Stark
    15. Iron Man (2008) as Tony Stark

    16. Charlie Bartlett (2007) as Principal Nathan Gardner
    17. Lucky You (2007) as Telephone Jack
    18. Zodiac (2007/I) as Paul Avery
    19. Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus (2006) as Lionel Sweeney
    20. A Scanner Darkly (2006) as James Barris
    21. The Shaggy Dog (2006) as Dr. Kozak
    22. A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints (2006) as Dito
    23. “Family Guy” …. Patrick Pewterschmidt (1 episode, 2005)
    24. Good Night, and Good Luck. (2005) as Joe Wershba
    25. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005) as Harry Lockhart
    26. Game 6 (2005) as Steven Schwimmer
    27. Eros (2004) as Nick Penrose (segment “Equilibrium”)
    28. Gothika (2003) as Pete Graham
    29. The Singing Detective (2003) as Dan Dark
    30. Whatever We Do (2003) as Bobby
    31. “Ally McBeal” as Larry Paul (22 episodes, 2000-2002)
    32. Lethargy (2002) as Animal Therapist
    33. Auto Motives (2000) as Rob
    34. Wonder Boys (2000) as Terry Crabtree
    35. Black and White (1999/I) as Terry Donager
    36. Bowfinger (1999) as Jerry Renfro
    37. Friends & Lovers (1999) as Hans
    38. In Dreams (1999) as Vivian Thompson
    39. U.S. Marshals (1998) as Special Agent John Royce
    40. The Gingerbread Man (1998)as Clyde Pell

    41. Hugo Pool (1997) as Franz Mazur
    42. Two Girls and a Guy (1997) as Blake
    43. One Night Stand (1997) as Charlie
    44. Danger Zone (1996) as Jim Scott
    45. Restoration (1995) as Robert Merivel
    46. Mr. Willowby’s Christmas Tree (1995) (TV) as Mr. Willowby
    47. Home for the Holidays (1995) as Tommy Larson
    48. Richard III (1995) as Lord Rivers
    49. Only You (1994) as Peter Wright
    50. Natural Born Killers (1994) as Wayne Gale
    51. Hail Caesar (1994) as Jerry
    52. Short Cuts (1993) as Bill Bush
    53. Heart and Souls (1993) as Thomas Reilly
    54. Chaplin (1992) as Charles Spencer Chaplin
    55. Soapdish (1991) as David Seton Barnes
    56. Too Much Sun (1990) as Reed Richmond
    57. Air America (1990) as Billy Covington
    58. Chances Are (1989) as Alex Finch
    59. True Believer (1989) as Roger Baron
    60. That’s Adequate (1989) as Albert Einstein
    61. 1969 (1988) as Ralph Carr
    62. Rented Lips (1988) as Wolf Dangler
    63. Johnny Be Good (1988) as Leo Wiggins
    64. Less Than Zero (1987) as Julian
    65. The Pick-up Artist (1987) as Jack Jericho
    66. America (1986) as Paulie Hackley
    67. Back to School (1986) as Derek
    68. “Saturday Night Live”(18 episodes, 1985-1986)
    69. “Mussolini: The Untold Story” (1985) TV mini-series
    70. Weird Science (1985)
    71. Tuff Turf (1985) (as Robert Downey) as Jimmy Parker
    72. Deadwait (1985)
    73. Firstborn (1984)
    74. Baby It’s You (1983) as Stewart
    75. Up the Academy (1980) (uncredited)
    76. Greaser’s Palace (1972) (uncredited)
    77. Pound (1970) as Bob Downy
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    Lee Van Cleef

    One of the great movie villains, Lee Van Cleef started out as an accountant. He served in the U.S. Navy aboard minesweepers and subchasers during World War II. After the war he worked as an office administrator, becoming involved in amateur theatrics in his spare time. An audition for a professional role led to a touring company job in "Mr. Roberts". His performance was seen by Stanley Kramer, who cast him as henchman Jack Colby in High Noon (1952), a role that brought him great recognition despite the fact that he had no dialogue. For the next decade he played a string of memorably villainous characters, primarily in westerns but also in crime dramas such as The Big Combo (1955). His hawk nose and steely, slit eyes seemed destined to keep him always in the realm of heavies, but in the mid-'60s Sergio Leone cast him as the tough but decent Col. Mortimer opposite Clint Eastwood in For a Few Dollars More (1965). A new career as a western hero (or at least anti-hero) opened up, and Van Cleef became an international star, though in films of decreasing quality. In the 1980s he moved easily into action and martial-arts movies, and starred in "The Master" (1984), a TV series featuring almost non-stop martial arts action. He died of a heart attack in December 1989, and was buried at Forest Lawn in the Hollywood Hills.

    Good cowboy film guy.....usually played the bad guy roles!
    Great bad guys make great movies.
    I agree!

    BUT....

    HOT GOOD BAD BOYS make the best! *L*
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    Steve Austin

    Steve Austin, better known by his ring name "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, is an American actor, producer, and retired professional wrestler signed to WWE in a Legends deal. Austin performed for several wrestling promotions such as World Championship Wrestling, Extreme Championship Wrestling and the World Wrestling Federation. Declared by WWE chairman Vince McMahon to be the most profitable wrestler in the company's history, he gained mainstream popularity in the WWF in the late 1990s as "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, a disrespectful, beer-drinking antihero who routinely defied the establishment and his boss Mr. McMahon. Austin has been described as the industry's biggest star in the late 1990s and early 2000s, and the "poster boy for the WWF's Attitude Era."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Robot View Post
    Steve Austin

    Steve Austin, better known by his ring name "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, is an American actor, producer, and retired professional wrestler signed to WWE in a Legends deal. Austin performed for several wrestling promotions such as World Championship Wrestling, Extreme Championship Wrestling and the World Wrestling Federation. Declared by WWE chairman Vince McMahon to be the most profitable wrestler in the company's history, he gained mainstream popularity in the WWF in the late 1990s as "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, a disrespectful, beer-drinking antihero who routinely defied the establishment and his boss Mr. McMahon. Austin has been described as the industry's biggest star in the late 1990s and early 2000s, and the "poster boy for the WWF's Attitude Era."

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    Maximum Conviction (2012)
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    Tactical Force (2011)
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    Knockout (2011)
    stars as Dan Barnes

    Recoil (2011)
    stars as Ryan Varrett


    Hunt to Kill (2010)
    stars as Jim Rhodes

    The Expendables (2010)
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    Whoop Ass (2010)


    The Stranger (2010)
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    Damage (2009)
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    The Condemned (2007)
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    The Longest Yard (2005)
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    NO NO NO NO NO!!! Steve Austin was the SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN!!

    Geez!! *ducking*
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    Quote Originally Posted by babe View Post

    NO NO NO NO NO!!! Steve Austin was the SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN!!

    Geez!! *ducking*
    Lee Majors played Steve Austin in the Six Million Dollar Man.

    Trivia fact:

    Good stuff! According to the Inflation Calculator at inflationdata.com, inflation in the United States has increased by 346.24% between January 1974 and May 2007 (latest available at the time of writing). That would make the $6,000,000 man of 1974 the $26,774,400 dollar man today in the USofA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Robot View Post
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    NO NO NO NO NO!!! Steve Austin was the SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN!!

    Geez!! *ducking*
    Lee Majors played Steve Austin in the Six Million Dollar Man.

    Trivia fact:

    Good stuff! According to the Inflation Calculator at inflationdata.com, inflation in the United States has increased by 346.24% between January 1974 and May 2007 (latest available at the time of writing). That would make the $6,000,000 man of 1974 the $26,774,400 dollar man today in the USofA.
    *cough* we can rebuld him!
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    Danny Trejo

    Born in Echo Park, Calif., on May 16, 1944, the distinctively tattooed Danny Trejo rose from a murky past filled with violence, drugs and jail time to become an unlikely regular on the big screen.

    Called in to the set of Runaway Train (1985) while he was working as a Narcotics Anonymous officer, Trejo caught the attention of screenwriter Eddie Bunker, who remembered him from prison and promptly had him cast as an extra. That lucky break led to a string of steady film work playing con artists, thieves and thugs.

    Trejo is most often remembered for his memorable roles in Desperado (1995), From Dusk Till Dawn (1996), Heat (1995), Con-Air (1997), xXx (2002), Once Upon a Time in Mexico (2002) and the Spy Kids series (2001-2003). More recent work includes the critically acclaimed Sherrybaby (2006), starring Golden Globe nominee Maggie Gyllenhaal.

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    2. Machete

    3. Animal Factory

    4. Amelia's 25th

    5. From Dusk Till Dawn

    6. Once Upon a Time in Mexico

    7. Predators

    8. Desperado

    9. Heat

    10. Bubble Boy

    11. The Replacement Killers

    12. Bad Ass

    13. Violet & Daisy

    14. Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy

    15. Con Air

    16. Lost

    17. The Devil's Rejects

    18. Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams

    19. Halloween

    20. Six Days Seven Nights

    21. Sherrybaby

    22. The Salton Sea

    23. Spy Kids

    24. Le jaguar

    25. Fanboys

    26. Planet Terror

    27. Runaway Train

    28. Blood In, Blood Out

    29. The Killing Jar

    30. Desert Heat

    31. xXx

    32. A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas

    33. Project A

    34. Reindeer Games

    35. Taphephobia

    36. Lock Up

    37. Anaconda

    38. Recoil

    39. Jake's Corner

    40. Dark Games

    41. Chasing Ghosts

    42. Marked for Death

    43. Saint John of Las Vegas

    44. Tennis, Anyone...?

    45. Modus Operandi

    46. Hood of Horror

    47. La linea (La Linea - The Line)

    48. The Devil Inside (Mexican Devil)

    49. Smiley Face

    50. Eyeborgs

    New Danny Trejo movies

    1. The Muppets

    2. Amelia's 25th

    3. A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas

    4. Violet & Daisy

    5. Bad Ass

    Upcoming Danny Trejo movies

    1. Pendejo (Idiot)

    2. Vengeance
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    I can't believe I didn't list Seagal much sooner.

    Steven Seagal


    Born in Lansing, Mich., on April 10, 1951, action star Steven Seagal moved to California with his family at age 5. He developed his interest in martial arts a few years later and began studying Aikido at a Japanese dojo near his home.

    At age 19, Seagal left for Japan to study Buddhism and Aikido. When he returned to the U.S. in 1982, he opened martial arts schools and trained many Hollywood elite, including Michael Ovitz, who got Seagal a role in his first film, Above the Law (1988). This success was followed by a series of vigilante/renegade cop roles in Hard to Kill, Marked for Death and Out for Justice.

    It was his role as Navy cook Casey Ryback in Under Siege (1992) that got him his first critical acclaim. Since then, Seagal has tried his hand in key supporting roles (Executive Decision), comedies (The Glimmer Man) and environmental awareness efforts (Fire Down Below).
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    Born to Raise Hell 2010 Samuel Axel
    Machete 2010 Torrez
    A Dangerous Man 2009 Shane Daniels
    The Keeper 2009 Roland
    Driven to Kill 2009 Ruslan
    Against the Dark 2009 Tao
    Kill Switch 2008 Jacob

    The Onion Movie 2008 Cock Puncher
    The Marker 2008 Matt Conlin
    Urban Justice 2007 Simon Ballister
    Flight of Fury 2007 John Sands
    Attack Force 2006 Cmdr. Marshall Lawson
    Shadow Man 2006 Jack Foster
    Mercenary 2006 John Seeger
    The Foreigner: Black Dawn 2005 Jonathan Cold
    Today You Die 2005 Harlan Banks
    Submerged 2005 Chris Cody
    Into the Sun 2005 Travis Hunter
    Out of Reach 2004 William Lansing

    Clementine 2004 Jack Miller
    Belly of the Beast 2003 Jake Hopper
    Out for a Kill 2003 Prof. Robert Burns
    The Foreigner 2003 Jonathan Cold
    Half Past Dead 2002 Sasha Petrosevitch
    Ticker 2001 Frank Glass
    Exit Wounds 2001 Orin Boyd
    The Patriot 1998 Dr. Wesley McClaren
    Fire Down Below 1997 Jack Taggart
    The Glimmer Man 1996 Lt. Jack Cole
    Executive Decision 1996 Lt. Colonel Austin Travis
    Under Siege 2: Dark Territory 1995 Casey Ryback
    On Deadly Ground 1994 Forrest Taft
    Under Siege 1992 Casey Ryback

    Out for Justice 1991 Det. Gino Felino
    Marked for Death 1990 John Hatcher
    Hard to Kill 1990 Mason Storm
    Nico: Above the Law 1988 Nico Toscani
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    Under Siege.....remember that one....have you seen him lately? He's a big boy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by babe View Post
    Under Siege.....remember that one....have you seen him lately? He's a big boy!
    Yes he is and I know the feeling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Robot View Post
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    Under Siege.....remember that one....have you seen him lately? He's a big boy!
    Yes he is and I know the feeling.
    AWWWW, Bad Robot!! Here!! Have a cookie!
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    Richard Burton

    Alexander the Great (1956)
    Sea Wife (1957)
    Look Back in Anger (1958)
    The Longest Day (1962)
    Cleopatra (1963)
    The Spy Who Came in from the Cold (1965)
    Where Eagles Dare (1968)
    Anne of the Thousand Days (1969)
    Raid on Rommel (1971)
    Villain (1971)
    Massacre in Rome (1973)
    The Gathering Storm (1974)
    Brief Encounter (1974)
    The Wild Geese (1978)
    Wagner (1983)
    Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)
    Can't believe you omitted Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf - 1966.
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    I'm not doing this properly because I'm not listing the films. There are lots of actors (male and female) I admire.
    Three that spring to mind are Jack Nicholson, John Cassavetes and Claire Bloom.
    Bloom is probably better known as as stage actor. I first saw Nicholson in the film "Five Easy Pieces" and some of Cassavetes' own films have been described as "box office poison" altho' this is not a comment on their quality.
    I also liked Rip Torn for his acting ability, and his name!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halliday View Post
    I'm not doing this properly because I'm not listing the films. There are lots of actors (male and female) I admire.
    Three that spring to mind are Jack Nicholson, John Cassavetes and Claire Bloom.
    Bloom is probably better known as as stage actor. I first saw Nicholson in the film "Five Easy Pieces" and some of Cassavetes' own films have been described as "box office poison" altho' this is not a comment on their quality.
    I also liked Rip Torn for his acting ability, and his name!
    The way I do it, is to do a search on the [actor movies list] just put your actor name in place of actor, and then find a listing of his or her mivies that's easy to copy and past. Sometimes you need to edit the list but I can usually find lists that don't need editing. After I've pasted the list I then select the movies that I've seen and make them bold. After that it's easy for me to check Netflix for the ones I haven't seen yet and decide if I want to see them and put them in my Netflix movie queue.

    Jack Nicholson

    How Do You Know 2010 Charles
    The Bucket List 2007 Edward Cole
    The Departed 2006 Frank Costello
    Big Screen Cowboys 2004
    A Decade Under the Influence 2003
    Anger Management 2003 Dr Buddy Rydell
    Something s Gotta Give 2003 Harry Sanborn
    Stuck on You 2003
    About Schmidt 2002 Warren Schmidt
    The Pledge 2001 Jerry Black
    As Good As It Gets 1997 Melvin Udall
    Blood & Wine 1997 Alex Gates
    Mars Attacks! 1996 President James Dale/Art Land
    The Evening Star 1996 Garret Breedlove
    The Crossing Guard 1995 Freddy Gale
    Wolf 1994 Will Randall
    A Few Good Men 1992 Colonel Nathan R Jessep
    Hoffa 1992 James R Hoffa
    Man Trouble 1992 Harry Bliss
    The Two Jakes 1990 Jake Gittes
    Batman 1989 The Joker/Jack Napier
    Broadcast News 1987 Network Anchorman
    Ironweed 1987 Francis Phelan
    The Witches of Eastwick 1987 Daryl Van Horne
    Heartburn 1986 Mark Forman
    Prizzi s Honor 1985 Charley Partanna
    Terms of Endearment 1983 Garrett Breedlove
    Reds 1981 Eugene O Neill
    The Border 1981 Charlie Smith
    The Postman Always Rings Twice 1981 Frank Chambers
    The Shining 1980 Jack Torrance
    Goin' South 1978 Henry Lloyd Moon
    The Last Tycoon 1976 Brimmer
    The Missouri Breaks 1976 Tom Logan
    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 1975 R P McMurphy
    The Fortune 1975 Oscar
    The Passenger 1975
    Tommy 1975 Specialist
    Chinatown 1974 J J Gittes
    The Last Detail 1973 Buddusky SMI
    The King of Marvin Gardens 1972 David Staebler
    A Safe Place 1971 Mitch
    Carnal Knowledge 1971 Jonathan
    Five Easy Pieces 1970 Robert Eroica Dupea
    On a Clear Day You Can See Forever 1970 Tad Pringle
    Rebel Rousers 1970 Bunny
    Easy Rider 1969 George Hanson
    Head 1968 Himself
    Psych-Out 1968 Stoney
    Hell s Angels on Wheels 1967 Poet
    Rebel Rousers 1967
    The Shooting 1967 Billy Spears
    Flight to Fury 1966 Jay Wickam
    Ride in the Whirlwind 1966 Wes
    Back Door to Hell 1964 Burnett
    Ensign Pulver 1964 Dolan
    The Raven 1963 Rexford Bedlo
    The Terror 1963 Lt Andre Duvalier
    The Broken Land 1962 Will Broicous
    The Little Shop of Horrors 1961 Wilbur Force
    Studs Lonigan 1960 Weary Reilly
    The Wild Ride 1960 Johnny Varron
    Too Soon to Love 1960 Buddy
    Velocity 1960
    Cry Baby Killer 1958 Jimmy Walker

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    John Cassavetes

    Shadows (1959)

    Gloria (1980)

    Minnie and Moskowitz (1971)

    Too Late Blues (1961)

    Opening Night (1977)

    A Woman Under the Influence (1974)

    Love Streams (1984)

    The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976)

    Husbands (1970)

    A Child Is Waiting (1963)

    Faces (I) (1968)

    ================================================== ======

    Claire Bloom

    Movies

    1. The King's Speech (2010)

    2. The Age of Innocence (1993)

    3. Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989)

    4. Daylight (1996)

    5. Mighty Aphrodite (1995)

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    1. Doctor Who (2005)

    2. Brideshead Revisited (1981)

    3. As the World Turns (1956)

    4. The Camomile Lawn (1992)

    5. Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna (1986)
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    Under Siege.....remember that one....have you seen him lately? He's a big boy!
    He sure is fat. And it looks like his hair is painted on now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KALSTER View Post
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    Under Siege.....remember that one....have you seen him lately? He's a big boy!
    He sure is fat. And it looks like his hair is painted on now.
    That's true, but I still like and watch his movies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Robot View Post
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    Under Siege.....remember that one....have you seen him lately? He's a big boy!
    He sure is fat. And it looks like his hair is painted on now.
    That's true, but I still like and watch his movies.
    Nah, I stopped watching sometime around The Glimmer Man. His old movies were da sheet though.

    His fights started consisting out one or two forward kicks sending a guy across the room and the rest was him essentially slap fighting and Judo chopping, while the camera gets the shakes. Not entertaining.
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    All the James Bond 007 actors and movies

    1. Barry Nelson

    Date of birth: April 16, 1917
    Place of birth: San Fransisco, California
    Birth name: Robert Haakon Nielsen
    Fun fact: The very first actor to depict Ian Fleming’s James Bond character, 8 years before the first “official” EON production with Sean Connery
    Times he played 007: 1 time

    Barry Nelson’s 007 movies:

    1. Climax! Series: Casino Royale

    Release: 1954
    His age at release: 37
    Salary: ? (anyone knows?)
    Fun fact: Producer Gregory Ratoff paid $1,000 to Ian Fleming to get the rights for a series episode about James Bond.

    2. David Niven

    Date of birth: March 1, 1910
    Place of birth: London, UK
    Birth name: James David Graham Niven
    Fun fact: Niven was in the army in World War II, joined the Commandos and later acted in official war movies by the Army Film Unit
    Times he played 007: 1 time

    David Niven’s 007 movies:

    1. Casino Royale (.. is too much for one James Bond)

    Release: 1967
    His age at release: 57
    Salary: ? (anyone knows?)
    Fun fact: Niven is co-starred in Casino Royale by Peter Selles and Woody Allen

    3. Sean Connery

    Date of birth: August 25, 1930
    Place of birth: Fountainbridge, Scotland
    Birth name: Thomas Sean Connery
    Fun fact: Started losing his hair at 21, wears a toupee in all the James Bond movies.
    Times he played 007: 7 times

    Sean Connery’s 007 movies:

    1. James Bond: Dr. No

    Release: 1962
    His age at release: 32
    Salary: $100,000
    Fun fact: Fortunately this was the only movie in which James Bond sung.. (“Under The Mango Tree”)

    2. James Bond: From Russia With Love

    Release: 1963
    His age at release: 33
    Salary: $250,000
    Fun fact: Sean Connery received eight specially tailored Saville Row suits for this movie, $2,000 each.

    3. James Bond: Goldfinger

    Release: 1964
    His age at release: 34
    Salary: $500,000
    Fun fact: Sean Connery never traveled to the United States to film this movie. Every scene in which he appears to be in the USA was filmed in Pinewood Studios outside London. This explains why Bond flips a light switch down to discover the golden corpse of Jill, as English light switches are generally turned on by flicking them down instead of up.

    4. James Bond: Thunderball

    Release: 1965
    His age at release: 35
    Salary: $600,000
    Fun fact: Thunderball is Sean Connery’s personal favorite movie in his role as agent 007.

    5. James Bond: You Only Live Twice

    Release: 1967
    His age at release: 36
    Salary: $1,000,000
    Fun fact: After the film wrapped, Connery was reportedly asked whether he found Japanese women attractive to which he allegedly replied, “No,” causing many Japanese to call him bad names.

    6. James Bond: Diamonds Are Forever

    Release: 1971
    His age at release: 41
    Salary: $1,250,000
    Fun fact: This is the first and one of the few titles in which James Bond has sex with only one woman in the entire movie.

    7. James Bond: Never Say Never Again

    Release: 1983
    His age at release: 53
    Salary: $5,000,000
    Fun fact: A young Steven Seagal was the martial arts instructor for this film. He broke Sean Connery’s wrist during training.

    4. George Lazenby

    Date of birth: September 5th, 1939
    Place of birth: Goulburn, Australia
    Birth name: George Robert Lazenby
    Fun fact: Having done only one James Bond movie, George became actually a metaphor for something forgettable: “It was a mistake, like casting George Lazenby as 007″
    Times he played 007: 1 time

    George Lazenby’s 007 movies:

    1. James Bond: On Her Majesty’s Service

    Release: 1969
    His age at release: 30
    Salary: £50,000
    Fun fact: In the original take of the final scene featuring Tracy’s death, George Lazenby came to tears. Director Peter R. Hunt then made them shoot the scene again because he said that, “Bond does not cry.”

    5. Roger Moore

    Date of birth: October 14, 1927
    Place of birth: Stockwell, UK
    Birth name: Roger George Moore
    Fun fact: In all of seven James Bond appearances, Roger Moore never ordered a vodka martini “shaken, not stirred”
    Times he played 007: 7 times

    Roger Moore’s 007 movies:

    1. James Bond: Live and Let Die

    Release: 1973
    His age at release: 46
    Salary: $1,000,000
    Fun fact: Sean Connery turned down the then astronomical sum of $5.5 million to play James Bond. Connery gave Roger Moore his personal seal of approval for inheriting his role, calling him “an ideal Bond”.

    2. James Bond: The Man with the Golden Gun

    Release: 1974
    His age at release: 47
    Salary: $1,000,000
    Fun fact: One of the lowest-grossing Bond films. That fact, combined with behind-the-scenes problems, nearly made this the final Bond film, and delayed production of The Spy Who Loved Me.

    3. James Bond: The Spy who Loved Me

    Release: 1977
    His age at release: 49
    Salary: $1,000,000
    Fun fact: The movie received Three Academy Award Nominations – the most ever received by a James Bond movie to date. These were for Best Art Direction – Set Decoration, Best Score, and Best Song – “Nobody Does It Better”.

    4. James Bond: Moonraker

    Release: 1979
    His age at release: 51
    Salary: $4,000,000
    Fun fact: To build the gigantic three level Space Station set interiors at France’s Epinay Studios, the production utilized two tons of nails, one hundred tons of metal, two hundred and twenty technicians and ten thousand feet of set construction woodwork. -IDMB.com

    5. James Bond: For Your Eyes Only

    Release: 1981
    His age at release: 53
    Salary: $4,600,000
    Fun fact: Director John Glen estimated that every foot of film shot during the attempted drowning of Melina and Bond by Kristatos cost about £ 2,700 UK pounds.

    6. James Bond: Octopussy

    Release: 1983
    His age at release: 55
    Salary: $5,200,000
    Fun fact: A hand with a pair of eights in the card game Texas Hold ‘Em Poker is called an “Octopussy”. This same hand is shown during one of the card games in Casino Royale (2006).

    7. James Bond: A View to a Kill

    Release: 1985
    His age at release: 57
    Salary: $7,500,000
    Fun fact: When Grace Jones as May Day screams during the mine sequence when sparks fly around her, her screams are for real. She did not know that electric cables around her would go off as a special effect for the scene.

    6. Timothy Dalton

    Date of birth: March 21st, 1946
    Place of birth: Colwyn Bay, Wales, UK
    Birth name: Timothy Dalton
    Fun fact: Timothy Dalton is said to have best portraid 007 the way Ian Fleming intended in the novels. This is because of his more serious and “darker” acting style.
    Times he played 007: 2 times

    Timothy Dalton’s 007 movies:

    1. James Bond: The Living Daylights

    Release: 1987
    His age at release: 41
    Salary: $3,000,000
    Fun fact: The literal translations of some of The Living Daylights (1987)’s foreign language titles include “Spies Die At Dawn” (Denmark); “007: High Tension” (Spain); “Death Is Not A Game” (France); “Icecold Mission” (Sweden); “His Name Is Danger” (Chile); “Breeze Of Death” (West Germany) and “007 In The Dangerous Zone” (Hebrew).

    2. James Bond: Licence To Kill

    Release: 1989
    His age at release: 43
    Salary: $5,000,000
    Fun fact: Despite being one of the least commercially successful Bond movies in the United States, it was considered by director John Glen his best “007″. This opinion is shared by some fans and critics who praise the realism.

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    7. Pierce Brosnan

    Date of birth: May 16h, 1953
    Place of birth: Drogheda, Ireland
    Birth name: Pierce Brendan Brosnan
    Fun fact: Brosnan was chosen as most beautiful or sexy man alive multiple times.
    Times he played 007: 4 times

    Pierce Brosnan’s 007 movies:

    1. James Bond: Goldeneye

    Release: 1995
    His age at release: 42
    Salary: $1,200,000
    Fun fact: The first of the James Bond films ever to be released on DVD.

    2. James Bond: Tomorrow Never Dies

    Release: 1997
    His age at release: 44
    Salary: $8,200,000
    Fun fact: 15 BMW 750′s were destroyed in the making of the film.

    3. James Bond: The World Is Not Enough

    Release: 1999
    His age at release: 46
    Salary: $12,400,000
    Fun fact: The destruction of Valentin’s factory operations took approximately 5 months to complete.

    4. James Bond: Die Another Day

    Release: 2002
    His age at release: 49
    Salary: $16,500,000
    Fun fact: Both the Aston Martin and the Jaguar were completely stripped of engine and running gear. These were replaced by the Ford V8, 4WD kit and 4spd Auto ‘box from Ford’s Explorer. This was to help them perform on ice.

    8. Daniel Craig

    Date of birth: March 2nd, 1968
    Place of birth: Chester, England, UK
    Birth name: Daniel Wroughton Craig
    Fun fact: He is the first Bond actor to have been born after the Bond series began.
    Times he played 007: three times, but Craig signed for a total of 5 Bond movies

    Daniel Craig’s 007 movies:

    1. James Bond: Casino Royale

    Release: 2006
    His age at release: 38
    Salary: $3,200,000
    Fun fact: Most of the cars seen in the movie are made by Ford Motor Company. In the scene where Bond acts as a valet the cars in the parking lot are Land Rovers, Volvos, Jaguars and other Ford Motor Company’s cars.

    2. James Bond: Quantum of Solace

    Release: 2008
    His age at release: 40
    Salary: $7,300,000
    Fun fact: The film shoot used 200,000 rounds of blank bullets which were used for training, testing and filming.

    007-james-bond-skyfall-poster-daniel-craig3. James Bond: Skyfall

    Release: November 2012
    His age at release: 44
    Salary: $ 17,100,000
    Fun fact: The remaining available Ian Fleming titles are ”The Property of a Lady”, “The Hildebrand Rarity”, “Risico” and “007 in New York” (aka “Agent 007 in New York”), but the rumored titles were “Red Shadow” and “Red Sky at Morning”. The actual title “Skyfall” was announced early November 2011.

    4. James Bond: Devil May Cry

    Release: 2016?
    His age at release: 48
    Salary: ?
    Fun fact: The remaining available Ian Fleming titles are ”The Property of a Lady”, “The Hildebrand Rarity”, “Risico” and “007 in New York” (aka “Agent 007 in New York”)

    *Note - As you follow the actors notice the salaries of the actors (Wow!) on these last two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KALSTER View Post
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    Under Siege.....remember that one....have you seen him lately? He's a big boy!
    He sure is fat. And it looks like his hair is painted on now.
    Hey, Kalster, for once I was trying to not be so blunt and say he looks like a little stuffed piggy!! *laughing*
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    Kiefer Sutherland

    As the son of actors Donald Sutherland and Shirley Douglas, Kiefer Sutherland seemed destined to act. Born Dec. 21, 1966, in London (along with a twin sister), he moved to California when his father's movie career took off.

    After dropping out of high school at age 16, Sutherland landed his first notable movie role in The Bay Boy (1984) and received high praise for his portrayal of a bully in Stand by Me (1986). He followed up with The Lost Boys (1987), two Young Guns films, Flatliners (1990) and a string of memorable supporting parts in movies such as A Few Good Men (1992) and A Time to Kill (1996).

    Sutherland took his first stab at feature directing in 1997 with Truth or Consequences, N.M. His performance as counterterrorism agent Jack Bauer in the hit TV drama "24" earned him more than a few Emmy and Golden Globe nods, with a win for each in 2006 and 2002, respectively.

    1. Dark City

    Year:1998, Director:Alex Proyas
    Cast:William Hurt, Kiefer Sutherland, Jennifer Connelly, Rufus Sewell, Ian Richardson, Richard O'Brien
    Language:English
    Category:Mystery, Science-Fiction

    2. A Few Good Men

    Year:1992, Director:Rob Reiner
    Cast:Jack Nicholson, Kevin Bacon, Kevin Pollak, Kiefer Sutherland, Tom Cruise, Demi Moore
    Language:English
    Category: Drama, Thriller

    3. Stand by Me

    Year:1986, Director:Rob Reiner
    Cast:Kiefer Sutherland, Corey Feldman, Jerry O'Connell, Wil Wheaton, River Phoenix, Casey Siemaszko
    Language:English
    Category: Drama, Adventure

    4. Phone Booth

    Year:2002, Director:Joel Schumacher
    Cast:Forest Whitaker, Kiefer Sutherland, Colin Farrell, Radha Mitchell, Katie Holmes, Paula Jai Parker
    Language:English
    Category:Thriller, Mystery

    5. Freeway

    Year:1996, Director:Matthew Bright
    Cast:Kiefer Sutherland, Reese Witherspoon, Robert Peters, Bokeem Woodbine, Paul Perri, Ben Meyerson
    Language:English
    Category: Drama, Comedy

    6. Flatliners

    Year:1990, Director:Joel Schumacher
    Cast:Kevin Bacon, Kiefer Sutherland, Oliver Platt, Julia Roberts, William Baldwin, Kimberly Scott
    Language:English
    Category: Drama, Thriller

    7. Young Guns

    Year:1988, Director:Christopher Cain
    Cast: Dermot Mulroney, Kiefer Sutherland, Charlie Sheen, Lou Diamond Phillips, Emilio Estevez, Casey Siemaszko
    Language:English
    Category: Drama, Action

    8. The Three Musketeers

    Year:1993, Director:Stephen Herek
    Cast:Kiefer Sutherland, Oliver Platt, Tim Curry, Charlie Sheen, Chris O'Donnell, Rebecca De Mornay
    Language:English
    Category:Comedy, Romantic

    9. Young Guns II

    Year:1990, Director:Geoff Murphy
    Cast:Christian Slater, Kiefer Sutherland, Lou Diamond Phillips, Emilio Estevez, Alan Ruck, William Petersen
    Language:English
    Category:Adventure, Western

    10. The Vanishing

    Year:1993, Director:George Sluizer
    Cast:Jeff Bridges, Kiefer Sutherland, Sandra Bullock, Nancy Travis, Lisa Eichhorn, Maggie Linderman
    Language:English
    Category: Drama, Thriller

    11. The Lost Boys

    Year:1987, Director:Joel Schumacher
    Cast:Kiefer Sutherland, Edward Herrmann, Dianne Wiest, Jason Patric, Barnard Hughes, Corey Haim
    Language:English
    Category:Comedy, Horror

    12. To End All Wars

    Year:2001, Director: David L. Cunningham
    Cast:Kiefer Sutherland, Robert Carlyle, Mark Strong, Ciarán McMenamin, Sakae Kimura, Yugo Saso
    Language:English
    Category: Drama, Action

    13. Mirrors

    Year:2008, Director:Alexandre Aja
    Cast:Kiefer Sutherland, Amy Smart, Paula Patton, Mary Beth Peil, Cameron Boyce, Erica Gluck
    Language:English
    Category:Thriller, Horror

    14. The Sentinel

    Year:2006, Director:Clark Johnson
    Cast:Kiefer Sutherland, Michael Douglas, Martin Donovan, Kim Basinger, Eva Longoria, Ritchie Coster
    Language:English
    Category:Action, Thriller

    15. Behind the Red Door

    Year:2003, Director:Matia Karrell
    Cast:Kiefer Sutherland, Stockard Channing, Kyra Sedgwick, Chuck Shamata, Hannah Lochner, Corey Staden
    Language:English
    Category: Drama

    16. Taking Lives

    Year:2004, Director: D.J. Caruso
    Cast:Tchéky Karyo, Kiefer Sutherland, Angelina Jolie, Ethan Hawke, Gena Rowlands, Olivier Martinez
    Language:English
    Category:Thriller, Mystery

    17. Truth or Consequences, N.M.

    Year:1997, Director:Kiefer Sutherland
    Cast:Kevin Pollak, Kiefer Sutherland, Vincent Gallo, Mykelti Williamson, Kim Dickens, Grace Phillips
    Language:English
    Category: Drama, Romantic

    18. A Time to Kill

    Year:1996, Director:Joel Schumacher
    Cast:Samuel L. Jackson, Kevin Spacey, Sandra Bullock, Oliver Platt, Matthew McConaughey, Charles S. Dutton
    Language:English
    Category: Drama, Thriller

    19. Monsters vs Aliens

    Year:2009, Director:Conrad Vernon, Rob Letterman
    Cast:Kiefer Sutherland, Reese Witherspoon, Seth Rogen, Will Arnett, Hugh Laurie, Rainn Wilson
    Language:English
    Category:Comedy, Action

    20. Article 99

    Year:1992, Director:Howard Deutch
    Cast:Ray Liotta, Forest Whitaker, Kiefer Sutherland, John C. McGinley, John Mahoney, Lea Thompson
    Language:English
    Category: Drama, Comedy

    21. Flashback

    Year:1990, Director:Franco Amurri
    Cast: Dennis Hopper, Kiefer Sutherland, Carol Kane, Paul Dooley, Richard Masur, Cliff De Young
    Language:English
    Category: Drama, Comedy

    22. The Cowboy Way

    Year:1994, Director:Gregg Champion
    Cast:Woody Harrelson, Kiefer Sutherland, Ernie Hudson, Dylan McDermott, Cara Buono, Marg Helgenberger
    Language: English
    Category: Drama, Comedy

    23. Bright Lights, Big City

    Year:1988, Director:James Bridges
    Cast:Kiefer Sutherland, Michael J. Fox, Swoosie Kurtz, Frances Sternhagen, Phoebe Cates, Tracy Pollan
    Language: English
    Category: Drama

    24. Eye for an Eye

    Year:1996, Director:John Schlesinger
    Cast:Ed Harris, Kiefer Sutherland, Joe Mantegna, Sally Field, Alexandra Kyle, Olivia Burnette
    Language: English
    Category: Drama, Thriller


    Year:2002, Director:Richard Greenberg
    Cast:Beth Grant, Kiefer Sutherland, Rachel Ticotin, Brent Roam, Shawn Woods, Christopher Bersh
    Language: English
    Category: Action, Thriller

    New Kiefer Sutherland movies

    1. Melancholia

    Year:2011, Director:Lars von Trier
    Cast:John Hurt, Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Alexander Skarsgård, Brady Corbet, Cameron Spurr
    Language: English
    Category: Drama, Science-Fiction

    2. The Reluctant Fundamentalist

    Year:2012, Director:Mira Nair
    Cast:Kiefer Sutherland, Liev Schreiber, Kate Hudson, Adil Hussain, Riz Ahmed, Nelsan Ellis
    Language: English
    Category: Thriller
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    Brian Cranston

    Born March 7, 1956, in California's San Fernando Valley, Bryan Cranston developed a passion for acting when he was in college. After graduation, he honed his craft on stages in Florida, appearing in community theater productions.

    Landing a part on "ChiPs" in 1982, Cranston began building an impressive résumé of TV credits throughout the decade with stints on the soaps "Loving" and "One Life to Live" and guest shots on "Airwolf," "Hill Street Blues" and "Falcon Crest." His presence on the tube continued in the '90s with one-off gigs and a recurring role on "Seinfeld." Meanwhile, Cranston delivered notable performances in the films That Thing You Do (1996) and Saving Private Ryan (1998).

    The new millennium brought Cranston well-earned kudos and multiple Emmy nods for his portrayal of Frankie Muniz's dad on "Malcolm in the Middle" and back-to-back-to-back statuettes for his lead role in the cable series "Breaking Bad."


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    1990 Capital News (TV Series) Congressman Marple
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    Adam Sandler

    Adam Sandler was born Sept. 9, 1966, in Brooklyn, N.Y. He worked in stand-up comedy while attending New York University, from which he graduated in 1991. During this time, he made his film debut in Going Overboard (1989) and appeared on TV's "A Different World."

    Dennis Miller caught Sandler's act and recommended him to Lorne Michaels, who put Sandler into the cast of "Saturday Night Live." There, Sandler's wise-ass comedy persona was born; his satiric songs also made a best-selling comedy album, "Stan & Judy's Kid."

    Small roles in Coneheads and Airheads evolved into the starring vehicles Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore and The Wedding Singer (1998). His fans ate it up, and with The Waterboy, Sandler achieved comedy superstardom and a $20 million price tag. He often produces and writes his projects, which also include Mr. Deeds, 50 First Dates and the offbeat Punch Drunk Love.

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    Jack and Jill (2011) Jack / Jill
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    Bedtime Stories (2008)- Skeeter Bronson
    You Don’t Mess with the Zohan (2008)- Zohan Dvir
    I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry (2007)- Chuck Levine
    Reign Over Me (2007)- Charlie Fineman
    Click (2006)- Michael Newman
    Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo (2005)- Javier Sandooski (uncredited)
    The Longest Yard (2005)- Paul Crewe
    Spanglish (2004)- John Clasky
    50 First Dates (2004)- Henry Roth
    Anger Management (2003)- Dave Buznik
    The Hot Chick (2002)- Bongo Guy (uncredited)
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    Punch-Drunk Love (2002)- Barry Egan
    The Animal (2001)- Townie
    Little Nicky (2000)- Nicky
    Big Daddy (1999)- Sonny Koufax
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    Bulletproof (1996)- Moses
    Happy Gilmore (1996)- Happy Gilmore
    Billy Madison (1995)- Billy Madison
    Mixed Nuts (also known as Lifesavers- 1994)- Louie
    Airheads (1994)- Pips
    Coneheads (1993)- Carmine
    Shakes the Clown (1991)- Dink the Clown
    Going Overboard (also known as Babes Ahoy- 1989)- Schecky Moskowitz

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    Jack and Jill (2011)
    Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star (2011)
    Grown Ups (2010)
    You Don’t Mess with the Zohan (2008)
    Eight Crazy Nights (2002)
    Little Nicky (2000)
    Big Daddy (1999)
    The Waterboy (1998)
    Happy Gilmore (1996)
    Billy Madison (1995)
    Going Overboard (1989)

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    Jack and Jill (2011)
    Zookeeper (2011)
    Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star (2011)
    Just Go With It (2011)
    Grown Ups (2010)
    The Shortcut (2009)- executive producer
    Paul Blart: Mall Cop (2009)
    Bedtime Stories (2008)
    The House Bunny (2008)
    You Don’t Mess with the Zohan (2008)
    Strange Wilderness (2008)- executive producer
    I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry (2007)
    Click (2006)
    The Benchwarmers (2006)
    Grandma’s Boy (2006)- executive producer
    Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo (2005)
    The Longest Yard (2005)- executive producer
    Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star (2003)
    Anger Management (2003)- executive producer
    The Hot Chick (2002)- executive producer
    Eight Crazy Nights (2002)
    The Master of Disguise (2002)- executive producer
    Mr Deeds (2002)- executive producer
    Joe Dirt (2001)- executive producer
    The Animal (2001)- executive producer
    Little Nicky (2000)- executive producer
    Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo (1999)- executive producer
    Big Daddy (1998)- executive producer
    The Waterboy (1998)- executive producer
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    *L* I have an independent film and one television special done on the group I toured with....which when contacting the KRON SFO they informed me they couldn't provide me with footage....as they don't have that ability for things *L* back then!
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    Saoirse Ronan. A brilliant and very talented young actress !

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    [QUOTE=Bad Robot;466179]Adam Sandler

    Adam Sandler was born Sept. 9, 1966, in Brooklyn, N.Y. He worked in stand-up comedy while attending New York University, from which he graduated in 1991. During this time, he made his film debut in Going Overboard (1989) and appeared on TV's "A Different World."

    Dennis Miller caught Sandler's act and recommended him to Lorne Michaels, who put Sandler into the cast of "Saturday Night Live." There, Sandler's wise-ass comedy persona was born; his satiric songs also made a best-selling comedy album, "Stan & Judy's Kid."

    Small roles in Coneheads and Airheads evolved into the starring vehicles Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore and The Wedding Singer (1998). His fans ate it up, and with The Waterboy, Sandler achieved comedy superstardom and a $20 million price tag. He often produces and writes his projects, which also include Mr. Deeds, 50 First Dates and the offbeat Punch Drunk Love.

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    Born Dec. 31, 1937, in West Glamorgan, Wales, the rather shy Anthony Hopkins struggled in the academic realm but soon excelled onstage. After a stint at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, he got his break in 1965 when he worked under Sir Laurence Olivier at the National Theatre in London.
    Hopkins went on to play an astounding number of successful roles in British and American films but received the greatest acclaim for his Oscar-winning performance as Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs (1991).

    The actor's other notable movies include the 1993 dramas Shadowlands and The Remains of the Day, Nixon (1995) and Amistad (1997). He was knighted in 1993, and although Hopkins became a United States citizen in April 2000, he retains his British citizenship and his title.


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    don't get me wrong... but Clint eastwood... statham vin diese steven seagal...
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackscorp View Post
    don't get me wrong... but Clint Eastwood... Jason Statham, Vin Diesel, Steven Seagal...
    Yep, 4 of my favorites. They were all posted early in this thread.

    In case you were wondering I like action movies with a lot of violence in them. However that doesn't stop me from liking comedies, dramas, some horror and fantasy and almost any SciFi movies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Robot View Post
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    don't get me wrong... but Clint Eastwood... Jason Statham, Vin Diesel, Steven Seagal...
    Yep, 4 of my favorites. They were all posted early in this thread.

    In case you were wondering I like action movies with a lot of violence in them. However that doesn't stop me from liking comedies, dramas, some horror and fantasy and almost any SciFi movies.
    then lets not forget sylvester and Arnold may I ask you are you close to 25 year old?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackscorp View Post
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    don't get me wrong... but Clint Eastwood... Jason Statham, Vin Diesel, Steven Seagal...
    Yep, 4 of my favorites. They were all posted early in this thread.

    In case you were wondering I like action movies with a lot of violence in them. However that doesn't stop me from liking comedies, dramas, some horror and fantasy and almost any SciFi movies.
    then lets not forget Sylvester and Arnold may I ask you are you close to 25 year old?
    Try 65, and Arnold has been done and if I missed Sylvester I will remedy that soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Robot View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by blackscorp View Post
    don't get me wrong... but Clint Eastwood... Jason Statham, Vin Diesel, Steven Seagal...
    Yep, 4 of my favorites. They were all posted early in this thread.

    In case you were wondering I like action movies with a lot of violence in them. However that doesn't stop me from liking comedies, dramas, some horror and fantasy and almost any SciFi movies.
    Love Clint's movies! Bad Robot....my husband is an action movie person but w/o a lot of the overdone special effects of many movies.
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    I didn't expect in this forum so much action movie lovers...
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackscorp View Post
    I didn't expect in this forum so much action movie lovers...
    Why I like thriller fiction with lots of stuff like the "Bourne" books....always have..
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    Quote Originally Posted by babe View Post
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    I didn't expect in this forum so much action movie lovers...
    Why I like thriller fiction with lots of stuff like the "Bourne" books....always have..
    I don't know my mistake but I thought on science forum there would be more in depth movie lovers... bit euro movies... French movies liza minneli and that kind of stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackscorp View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by babe View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by blackscorp View Post
    I didn't expect in this forum so much action movie lovers...
    Why I like thriller fiction with lots of stuff like the "Bourne" books....always have..
    I don't know my mistake but I thought on science forum there would be more in depth movie lovers... bit euro movies... French movies liza minneli and that kind of stuff
    being an actor/singer I like variety......but when I wish to escape...I want a funny comedy or a really great action piece!
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackscorp View Post
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    I didn't expect in this forum so much action movie lovers...
    Why I like thriller fiction with lots of stuff like the "Bourne" books....always have..
    I don't know my mistake but I thought on science forum there would be more in depth movie lovers... bit euro movies... French movies liza minneli and that kind of stuff
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    Sylvester Stallone

    Sylvester Stallone was born in New York City on July 6, 1946, and began his acting career in college theatre. After several uncredited film roles in the early 1970s, Stallone landed a memorable role in the street gang film The Lords of Flatbush (1974).

    Around this time, Stallone shopped around a boxing script he had written called Rocky (1976). Insisting that he star in the film, he secured the financing, and the film went on to win the Academy Award for Best Picture, with Stallone receiving nominations for both acting and writing. Following Rocky (and its four sequels), Stallone launched his three-film John Rambo franchise in 1982 with First Blood.

    Through the 1990s, Stallone starred in a series of poorly received comedies and moderately successful action films, including Cliffhanger (1993). In 1997, he earned praise for his against-type portrayal of a small-town sheriff in Cop Land.


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    Rocky Balboa (2006) Rocky Balboa
    Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (2003) Toymaker
    Shade (2003) Dean ‘The Dean’ Stevens
    Taxi 3 (2003) (uncredited) Passenger to Airport
    Avenging Angelo (2002) Frankie Delano
    D-Tox (2002) Jake Malloy
    Driven (2001) Joe Tanto
    Get Carter (2000) Jack Carter
    Antz (1998) (voice) Weaver
    Cop Land (1997) Freddy Heflin
    Men in Black (1997) (uncredited) Alien on TV Monitors
    The Good Life (1997) Boss
    Daylight (1996) Kit Latura
    Assassins (1995) Robert Rath
    Judge Dredd (1995) Judge Dredd
    The Specialist (1994) Ray Quick
    Demolition Man (1993) John Spartan
    Cliffhanger (1993) Gabe Walker
    Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot (1992) Sgt. Joe Bomowski
    Oscar (1991) Angelo ‘Snaps’ Provolone
    Rocky V (1990) Rocky Balboa
    Tango & Cash (1989) Lt. Raymond Tango
    Lock Up (1989) Frank Leone
    Rambo III (1988) Rambo
    Over the Top (1987) Lincoln Hawk
    Cobra (1986) Lieutenant Marion ‘Cobra’ Cobretti
    Rocky IV (1985) Rocky Balboa
    Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985) John J. Rambo
    Rhinestone (1984) Nick Martinelli
    Staying Alive (1983) (uncredited) Man on Street
    First Blood (1982) Rambo
    Rocky III (1982) Rocky Balboa
    Victory (1981) Captain Robert Hatch
    Nighthawks (1981) Det. Sgt. Deke DaSilva
    Rocky II (1979) Rocky Balboa
    Paradise Alley (1978) Cosmo Carboni
    F.I.S.T (1978) Johnny Kovak
    Rocky (1976) Rocky Balboa
    Farewell, My Lovely (1975) Jonnie
    Mandingo (1975) (scenes deleted) Young Man in Crowd
    Death Race 2000 (1975) Machine Gun Joe Viterbo
    Capone (1975) Frank Nitti
    The Prisoner of Second Avenue (1975) Youth in Park
    The Lord’s of Flatbush (1974) Stanley Rosiello
    Klute (1971) (uncredited) Discotheque Patron
    Bananas (1971) (uncredited) Subway Thug #1
    No Place to Hide (1970) Jerry Savage
    The Party at Kitty and Stud’s (1970) Stud
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    The Green Horizon 1983
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    The Magic of Lassie 1978 Clovis Mitchell
    Airport 77 1977 Stevens
    The Shootist 1976 Dr Hostetler
    Fools Parade 1971 Mattie Appleyard
    The Cheyenne Social Club 1970 John O Hanlon
    Bandolero! 1968 Mace Bishop
    Firecreek 1968 Johnny Cobb
    The Rare Breed 1966 Burnett
    Dear Brigitte 1965 Prof Robert Leaf
    Shenandoah 1965 Charlie Anderson
    The Flight of the Phoenix 1965 Frank Towns
    Cheyenne Autumn 1964 Wyatt Earp
    Take Her, She's Mine 1963 Frank Michaelson
    How the West Was Won 1962 Linus Rawlings
    Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation 1962 Mr Hobbs
    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance 1962 Ransom Stoddard
    Two Rode Together 1961 Guthrie McCabe
    The Mountain Road 1960 Major Baldwin
    Anatomy of a Murder 1959 Paul Biegler
    The F.B.I. Story 1959 Chip Hardesty
    Bell, Book and Candle 1958 Shepherd Henderson
    Vertigo 1958 John Scottie"" Ferguson"
    Night Passage 1957 Grant McLaine
    The Spirit of St. Louis 1957 Charles A Lindbergh
    The Man Who Knew Too Much 1956 Dr Ben McKenna
    Strategic Air Command 1955 Lieutenant Colonel Robert Holland
    The Far Country 1955 Jeff Webster
    The Man From Laramie 1955 Will Lockhart
    Rear Window 1954 L B Jeffries--Jeff
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    The Greatest Show on Earth 1953 Buttons the Clown
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    The Stratton Story 1949
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    On Our Merry Way 1948
    You Gotta Stay Happy 1948
    Magic Town 1947
    It s a Wonderful Life 1946 George Bailey
    Taking Off With Jimmy Stewart and Clark Gable 1942 Narrator
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    Destry Rides Again 1939 Tom Destry
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    She first caught my attention when she co-stared with Arnold Schwarzenegger in Commando.

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    Rae Dawn Chong was born in February 1961 in Canada. She is a popular Canadian actress who during her carrier was honored with a variety of prestigious awards. Rae was born in a huge Canadian city, where she grew up in an artistic atmosphere as all of the members of her family were linked with the world of art. Her father was a famous musician, who was a part of a “Creech and Chong” group. Her blood is a mixture of multinational bloods and cultures. Besides being an African American she also has ancestors in China and UK. Since being a young girl she dreamed of a carrier of an actress. That is why she tried with all the possible methods to develop the natural talents that she had. While being at school she performed in various school plays and spectacles that is how she began learning the beginning of the artistic carrier. In 1974 she debut on the big screen. She got an episodic and small role. But later she got a lot of friends who has some big influence as a result she was already offered a brighter and more significant roles in movies and on the television. During her carrier she was honored with a bunch of cinema awards. Currently she is one of the most demanded Canadian actresses. She works a lot, both in USA and Canada, that is why she is relocating a lot, though the biggest part of the year she spends in LA.

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    The Color Purple - Squeak $15M 1985 $94.2M
    Quest for Fire - Ika $12.5M 1981
    Commando - Cindy $10M 1985
    Crying Freeman - Det. Forge $5M 1995
    Tales from the Darkside: The Movie - Carola (segment "Lover's Vow") $3.5M 1990 $16.3M
    Mask of Death - Cassandra Turner $2.5M 1996
    Choose Me - Pearl Antoine $700K 1984
    American Flyers - Sarah 1985 $1.4M
    Beat Street - Tracy Carlson 1984
    Cheech & Chong's The Corsican Brothers - The Gypsy 1984
    Amazon - Paola 1990
    Soul Man - Sarah Walker, Soundtrack (performer: "Black Girls") ("Black Girls") 1986 $27.8M
    The Squeeze - Rachel Dobs 1987 $2.23M
    Denial - Julie 1990
    The Principal - Hilary Orozco 1987 $19.7M
    Running Out of Luck - Slave Girl 1987
    Stony Island - Janetta 1978
    Chaindance - Ilene Curtis 1991
    Rude Awakening - Marlene (uncredited)
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    Hands down Harrison Ford. I'm sure I don't need to list his films. But he was Han Solo. Han Solo always wins.
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    Hands down Harrison Ford. I'm sure I don't need to list his films. But he was Han Solo. Han Solo always wins.
    See posts 52

    List a favorite ACTOR, then all his/her movies you've seen
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    Hands down Harrison Ford. I'm sure I don't need to list his films. But he was Han Solo. Han Solo always wins.
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    I feel it is a crime to leave out American Graffiti, as it is a cult classic. Ford didn't have the main role, but a pretty good one.
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    Liza Minelli: Can't stand the woman
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    She was a great dancer and great in "Cabaret" but I also am not a fan. I really DO NOT LIKE HER VOICE!
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    an american tail: Fievel goes west 1991 voice of wylie burp
    right of way 1983
    the green horizon 1983
    the big sleep 1978 general guy debrisai sternwood
    the magic of lassie 1978 clovis mitchell
    airport 77 1977 stevens
    the shootist 1976 dr hostetler
    fools parade 1971 mattie appleyard
    the cheyenne social club 1970 john o hanlon
    bandolero! 1968 mace bishop
    firecreek 1968 johnny cobb
    the rare breed 1966 burnett
    dear brigitte 1965 prof robert leaf
    shenandoah 1965 charlie anderson
    the flight of the phoenix 1965 frank towns
    cheyenne autumn 1964 wyatt earp
    take her, she's mine 1963 frank michaelson
    how the west was won 1962 linus rawlings
    mr. Hobbs takes a vacation 1962 mr hobbs
    the man who shot liberty valance 1962 ransom stoddard
    two rode together 1961 guthrie mccabe
    the mountain road 1960 major baldwin
    anatomy of a murder 1959 paul biegler
    the f.b.i. Story 1959 chip hardesty
    bell, book and candle 1958 shepherd henderson
    vertigo 1958 john scottie"" ferguson"
    night passage 1957 grant mclaine
    the spirit of st. Louis 1957 charles a lindbergh
    the man who knew too much 1956 dr ben mckenna
    strategic air command 1955 lieutenant colonel robert holland
    the far country 1955 jeff webster
    the man from laramie 1955 will lockhart
    rear window 1954 l b jeffries--jeff
    the glenn miller story 1954 glenn miller
    the greatest show on earth 1953 buttons the clown
    the naked spur 1953 howard kemp
    thunder bay 1953
    bend of the river 1952
    no highway in the sky 1951
    winchester '73 1950
    harvey 1950 film
    malaya 1949
    the stratton story 1949
    call northside 777 1948
    on our merry way 1948
    you gotta stay happy 1948
    magic town 1947
    it s a wonderful life 1946 george bailey
    taking off with jimmy stewart and clark gable 1942 narrator
    pot o' gold 1941
    ziegfeld girl 1941
    the mortal storm 1940
    the shop around the corner 1940
    destry rides again 1939 tom destry
    made for each other 1939
    the shopworn angel 1938
    you can t take it with you 1938 tony kirby
    navy blue and gold 1937
    rose-marie 1936
    wife vs. Secretary 1936

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    Roger Moore

    Born in London on Oct. 14, 1927, Roger Moore is best known as the man who replaced Sean Connery as suave secret agent James Bond. Moore studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art before coming to Hollywood under contract to MGM. He appeared in several films before switching to television roles in series such as "Ivanhoe," "The Alaskans" and "Maverick."
    In 1962, Moore became a superstar when he landed the leading role in the TV series "The Saint," an international smash hit. He took over the role of James Bond in 1973's Live and Let Die, and starred in another six Bond films before hanging up his martini glass after A View to a Kill in 1985.

    Other notable films include The Sins of Rachel Cade, Shout at the Devil, The Wild Geese and The Cannonball Run. Moore continues to act in films and television series.


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    Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore - Tab Lazenby (voice) $85M __2010 __ $12.3M __________$43.6M
    The Saint - Voice on Car Radio (voice).................................... $68M __1997 __ $16.3M __________$61.4M
    Moonraker - James Bond.............................................. ........ $34M __1979 ___________________$62.7M
    The Quest - Lord Edgar Dobbs .............................................. $30M __1996 ___________________$21.6M
    A View to a Kill - James Bond ............................................... $30M __1985 ___________________$50.3M
    For Your Eyes Only - James Bond .......................................... $28M __1981 ___________________$62.3M
    Octopussy - James Bond .................................................. . $27.5M __1983 ___________________$67.9M
    Spice World - Chief .................................................. ........... $25M __1997 ___$10.5M _________$29.2M
    Boat Trip - Lloyd Faversham ................................................ $20M __2002 ___$3.82M _________ $8.59M
    The Spy Who Loved Me - James Bond.................................... $14M __1977 ___________________$46.8M
    The Man with the Golden Gun - James Bond........................... $13M __1974 ___________________$21M
    The Wild Geese - Lt. Shawn Fynn ......................................... $10M __1978
    Agent Crush - Burt Gasket (voice) ........................................ $10M __2008
    Live and Let Die - James Bond ............................................... $7M __1973 ___________________$35.4M
    Gnomes and Trolls: The Forest Trial - Leif (voice) ..................... $6M __2010
    The Enemy - Supt. Robert Ogilvie ........................................... $6M __2001
    Crossplot - Gary Fenn, Co-producer (uncredited) ...................... $1M __1969
    The Miracle - Capt. Michael Stuart ................................................. __1959
    Gold of the Seven Saints - Shaun Garrett ....................................... __1961
    The Sins of Rachel Cade - Paul Wilton
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    The American Film Institute ranked Citizen Kane as the greatest American movie.

    These other Welles films were nominated for their list: The Magnificent Ambersons (1942, director/producer/screenwriter); The Third Man (1949, actor); Touch of Evil (1958, actor/director/screenwriter); and A Man for All Seasons (1966, actor).
    Citizen Kane was nominated for numerous prizes at the 1941 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor in a Leading Role. The only Oscar won, however, was Best Original Screenplay, which Welles shared with Herman J. Mankiewicz.

    The Magnificent Ambersons
    was nominated for four 1942 Academy Awards, including Best Picture.
    The Stranger was nominated for the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 1947.
    Othello won the Palme d'Or at the 1952 Cannes Film Festival.
    In 1968, Welles was nominated for Best Foreign Actor in a Leading Role at the 21st British Academy Film Awards for his performance in Chimes at Midnight.

    Welles was given the first Career Golden Lion award in the Venice Film Festival in 1970.
    In 1970, Welles was given an Academy Honorary Award for "superlative and distinguished service in the making of motion pictures." Welles did not attend the ceremony: "I didn't go because I feel like a damn fool at those things. I feel foolish, really foolish. ... I made piece of film and said that I was in Spain, and thanked them."

    Welles was given the American Film Institute Lifetime Achievement Award in 1975.
    In 1978, Welles was presented with the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Career Achievement Award.
    In 1979, Welles was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame.
    In Paris on February 23, 1982, President François Mitterrand presented Welles with the Order of Commander of the Légion d'honneur, the highest civilian decoration in France.

    In 1982, Welles was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture at the Golden Globe Awards for his role in Butterfly, and won a Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Recording for his role on Donovan's Brain.
    In 1983, Welles was made a member of the Académie des Beaux-Arts.
    Welles was awarded a Fellowship of the British Film Institute in 1983.
    In 1984, Welles was given the Directors Guild of America Lifetime Achievement Award.
    The 1992 audiobook version of This is Orson Welles by Welles and Peter Bogdanovich was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word or Non-Musical Album.

    In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked Welles as the 16th Greatest Male Star of All Time.
    When asked to describe Welles's influence, Jean-Luc Godard remarked: "Everyone will always owe him everything." (Ciment, 42)
    A highly divergent genus of Hawaiian spiders "Orsonwelles" is named in his honor (Hormiga et al. 2003)
    He won three Grammy Awards, each win in the category of Best Spoken Word Recording: in 1976, for "Great American Documents" (shared with Helen Hayes, Henry Fonda and James Earl Jones; in 1978, for the original motion picture soundtrack to Citizen Kane; and in 1981, for a recording of Donovan's Brain.
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    Cuba Gooding Jr.

    Cuba Gooding Jr. was born into a musical family on Jan. 2, 1968. His dad, Gooding Sr., was a singer in the group the Main Ingredient (whose big hit was "Everybody Plays the Fool").
    Gooding Jr. started as a professional dancer, performing at the closing ceremonies of the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. He went on to do TV work in the '80s before making his film debut in a bit part in Coming to America. It was his intense yet sensitive performance as Tre Styles in 1991's Boyz N the Hood that made a strong impression on critics.

    Just as critical interest was waning a few years later, Gooding rebounded as quarterback Rod Tidwell in Jerry Maguire (with his soon-ubiquitous catchphrase, "Show me the money!"); he spiked that ball with a Best Supporting Actor Oscar. His other films include Men of Honor, The Fighting Temptations, Radio and Pearl Harbor (as World War II hero Dorie Miller).

    One in the Chamber 2012 Ray Carver
    Firelight 2012 DJ
    Red Tails 2012 Major Emanuelle Stance
    Sacrifice 2011 John Hebron
    The Hit List 2011 Jonas Arbor
    Ticking Clock 2011 Lewis Hicks
    Wrong Turn at Tahoe 2009 Joshua
    Hardwired 2009 Luke Gibson
    Lies & Illusions 2009 Isaac Kahn
    The Devil’s Tomb 2009 Mack
    Way of War 2009 David Wolf
    Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story 2009 Ben Carson
    Linewatch 2008 Michael Dixon
    Harold 2008 Cromer
    Hero Wanted 2008 Liam Case
    The Land Before Time XIII: The Wisdom of Friends 2007 Loofah
    American Gangster 2007 Nicky Barnes
    Daddy Day Camp 2007 Charlie Hinton
    What Love Is 2007 Tom
    Norbit 2007 Deion Hughes
    End Game 2006 Alex Thomas
    Lightfield’s Home Videos 2006
    Dirty 2005 Salim Adel
    Shadowboxer 2005 Mikey
    Home on the Range 2004 Buck
    Radio 2003 Radio
    The Fighting Temptations 2003 Darrin Hill
    Boat Trip 2002 Jerry Robinson
    Snow Dogs 2002 Ted
    In the Shadows 2001 Draven
    Rat Race 2001 Owen Templeton
    Pearl Harbor 2001 Petty Officer Doris Miller
    Men of Honor 2000 Chief Carl Brashear
    Chill Factor 1999 Arlo
    Instinct 1999 Theo Caulder
    A Murder of Crows 1998 Lawson Russell
    What Dreams May Come 1998 Albert Lewis
    As Good as It Gets 1997 Frank Sachs
    Do Me a Favor 1997 Liquor Store Clerk
    Jerry Maguire 1996 Rod Tidwell
    The Tuskegee Airmen 1995 Billy Roberts
    Losing Isaiah 1995 Eddie Hughes
    Outbreak 1995 Major Salt
    Blown Away 1994 Bomb Squad Class Member
    Lightning Jack 1994 Ben Doyle
    Judgment Night 1993 Mike Peterson
    Daybreak 1993 Torch
    A Few Good Men 1992 Cpl. Carl Hammaker
    Gladiator 1992 Abraham Lincoln Haines
    Judgement 1992 Officer Alvarez
    Boyz n the Hood 1991 Tre Styles
    Nasty Boys, Part 2: Lone Justice 1990 Pop Top
    Sing 1989 Stanley
    Coming to America 1988 Boy Getting Haircut
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    Despicable Me 2010 Voice of Gru's Mom
    Shrek Forever After 2010 Voice of Queen
    Tooth Fairy 2010 Lily
    Enchanted 2007 Narrator
    Shrek the Third 2007 Voice of Queen
    Eloise At Christmastime 2004
    Shrek 2 2004 Voice of Queen
    The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement 2004 Queen Clarisse Renaldi
    Eloise at the Plaza 2003
    One Special Night 2002
    The Princess Diaries 2001 Queen Clarisse Renaldi
    Relative Values 1999 Felicity--Countess of Marshwood
    A Fine Romance 1992 Pamela Picquet
    Our Sons 1991
    Duet For One 1986 Stephanie Anderson
    That's Life! 1986 Gillian Fairchild
    The Man Who Loved Women 1983 Marianna
    Victor/Victoria 1982 Victoria Grant/Count Victor Grazinski
    S.O.B. 1981 Sally Miles
    Little Miss Marker 1980 Amanda
    10 1979 Samantha Taylor--
    The Tamarind Seed 1974 Judith Farrow
    Darling Lili 1970 Lili Smith
    Star! 1968 Gertrude Lawrence
    The Singing Princess 1967 Voice
    Thoroughly Modern Millie 1967 Millie Dillmount
    Hawaii 1966 Jerusha Bromley
    Torn Curtain 1966 Sarah Sherman
    The Sound of Music 1965 Maria
    Mary Poppins 1964 Mary Poppins
    The Americanization of Emily 1964 Emily Barham
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