Bob Hoskins announced earlier this week that he is, unfortunately, retiring from acting due to Parkinson’s disease so we take a look back at his career, which included classic roles like Smee and Eddie Valiant.
Dan Hedaya Born: July 24, 1940 Number of Roles: 127 Best Known for Playing: Villains, over bearing fathers, bosses First Appearance: Herbie Towers on Ryan’s Hope (1976) Most Recent Appearance: Bernie Sullivan on Person of Interest (2011) Can Be Seen/Heard in: Commando Blood Simple Mulholland Dr. The Usual Suspects Yes Dear Robots ER Swimfan Strangers […]
There is really no other choice when you need a creepy German scientist or businessman than prolific character actor, Udo Kier.
He kind of got screwed out of getting to unleash his inner Lizard in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy but Dylan Baker has appeared in a bunch of other TV shows and movies over the years.
Be honest, how many of you just know John C McGinley as Dr. Cox from Scrubs? He’s been in much more than that, going all the way back to Platoon and most recently in Burn Notice.
A Christopher Guest regular, John Michael Higgins shows up all over the place in movies and TV shows like Arrested Development, Community, Walk Hard, Yes Man, Fun with Dick and Jane, The Ugly Truth and Bad Teacher.
“I have an affinity for good roles in good films. I like a variety of parts, and if some of the good stuff happens to be in fantasy and horror, I do them” -Jeff Fahey on his many roles
Brett Cullen usually shows up as either a father or the rival of the main character and has appeared in a bunch of movies and TV shows, including Apollo 13, Lost, Friday Night Lights, Ghost Rider, The West Wing and Damages.
From being the first victim of the Alien universe, John Hurt has become go to wise older gentlemen in a number of nerdy franchises like Harry Potter and Hellboy.
Quick, think of an awesome 80’s action movie, chances are Al Leong was in it as a henchmen.