Finally taking the lead on Falling Skies as Captain Weaver, Will Patton has usually played the second in command to either the good or bad guy in a variety of movies and TV shows.
San Diego is a hot bed for crime and terrorism but fortunately the National Terrorism Strike Force:San Diego:Sports Utility Vehicle team is on the job, led by Trent Hauser.
There’s a good chance that if you’re dating a girl in a movie or TV universe who comes from a rich family, her dad is going to the over protective and intimidating Ray Wise.
In the movies, when China needs to send an ambassador or diplomat somewhere, chances are that diplomat is Tzi Ma, who has been in movies like Rush Hour and TV shows like 24.
Probably best known as The Candyman and for other horror roles, Tony Todd has been intimidating movie and TV characters for years.
Peter Stormare is the go to guy for crazy Russians but Rade Serbedzija is the guy to go to if you want a more low key, serious Russian military officer, scientist, politician, etc.
A bunch of TV news this week, including the return dates for some of our favorite shows, a couple of exciting Blu Ray sets coming soon and Arnold and Sly might be teaming up.
Usually playing a humorless, intimidating businessman, Alan Dale has showed up in a ton of TV shows over the years; Most notably Lost as villain Charles Widmore and 24 as the scheming Vice President Prescott.
One of the best character actors who does “military/political” roles, Bob Gunton is usually advising the President, if he isn’t the President himself.
One of the most prolific character actors ever, Stephen Root is probably best known for playing Milton in Office Space but has appeared in a wide range of movies and TV shows.