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Between Captain America 2 and the Avengers 1&2, I'm a Captain America fan. Chris certainly made him a likeable character.
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Ronald Walken
March 31, 1943

Worked briefly as a lion tamer in a circus at age 15.

In 1964, he changed his first name to "Christopher" at the suggestion of a friend who believed the name suited him better than his given name, Ronald.
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Walken has received a number of awards and nominations during his career, including winning the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1978 for his portrayal of Nikanor "Nick" Chebotarevich in The Deer Hunter.
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Walken initially trained as a dancer in music theatre at the Washington Dance Studio, before moving on to dramatic roles in theatre and then film.
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After appearing in a sketch with Martin and Lewis on The Colgate Comedy Hour, Walken decided to become an actor.
Member of Saturday Night Live's prestigious "Five Timers Club".

He made his feature film debut with a small role opposite Sean Connery, in Sidney Lumet's The Anderson Tapes.
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Walken is imitated for his deadpan affect, sudden off-beat pauses, and unusual speech rhythm and emphasis, which was subject to parody in a Robot Chicken episode and also the fantasy sketch series Doraleous & Associates. He is revered for his quality of danger and menace, but his unpredictable deliveries and expressions make him invaluable in comedy as well.
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Walken has hosted the comedy sketch and satire TV series Saturday Night Live seven times. He is one of only two actors to have a standing offer from Lorne Michaels to host the show whenever his schedule permits (the other being Alec Baldwin).
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In the early 1960s he earned a job as one of three men dancing and singing with Andy Warhol favorite Monique van Vooren in her sultry nightclub act.
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Recommended Viewing:

Seven Psychopaths
Stand Up Guys
Kill the Irishman
The Maiden Heist
Balls of Fury
Wedding Crashers
The Stepford Wives
Man on Fire
The Rundown
Catch Me If You Can
The Affair of the Necklace
America's Sweethearts
Blast from the Past
Suicide Kings
Excess Baggage
Last Man Standing
Nick of Time
The Prophecy
Pulp Fiction
True Romance
The Comfort of Strangers
King of New York
At Close Range
A View to a Kill
The Dead Zone
Pennies from Heaven
The Deer Hunter
Annie Hall
The Sentinel

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Glinda at 07:36 PM Sep 01

Excellent blog! Love him. Wow that's really cool he started out as a lion tamer. How many can say that? I guess if I had to pick out one actor who was a former lion tamer, he would be the one.

Cool about the standing SNL offer.

MrsData at 08:33 PM Sep 01

He's the best! Well done!

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Between Captain America 2 and the Avengers 1&2, I'm a Captain America fan. Chris certainly made him a likeable character.
YoshioKun13 at 04:57 PM Aug 09

Me too

Team AMERICA, fuck yeah!

timmyd at 08:38 PM Aug 09

true story.

sLaShEr84 at 09:16 PM Aug 09

I agree with you too as well after I saw Captain America Winter Soldier I enjoy the hell out of that movie way better than the first one.

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In hindsight, the aquarium restaurant in the 1st Mission: Impossible looks very out place compared to the surrounding buildings.
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This month's ICON is up.
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Is it just me or does every tv show at some point do an episode where all the characters play someone else?
Johnboy16 at 10:20 PM Aug 02

It's not just you every show has those episodes, also the evil twin/clone episode with literally every superhero show ever.

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Humphrey DeForest Bogart
December 25, 1899

Bogart's father, Belmont, was a cardiopulmonary surgeon. His mother, Maud, was a commercial illustrator who received her art training in New York and France, including study with James McNeill Whistler. Later she became art director of the fashion magazine The Delineator and a militant suffragette.

Humphrey had two younger sisters, Frances ("Pat") and Catherine Elizabeth ("Kay"). His parents were busy in their careers and frequently fought. Very formal, they showed little emotion towards their children. Maud told her offspring to call her "Maud" not "Mother", and showed little if any physical affection for them. When pleased she "[c]lapped you on the shoulder, almost the way a man does", Bogart recalled. "I was brought up very unsentimentally but very straightforwardly. A kiss, in our family, was an event. Our mother and father didn't glug over my two sisters and me."
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Bogart attended the private Delancey School until fifth grade, then the prestigious Trinity School. He was an indifferent, sullen student who showed no interest in after-school activities. Later he went to the equally elite boarding school Phillips Academy, where he was admitted based on family connections. His parents hoped he would go on to Yale, but in 1918 Bogart was expelled.
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Young, restless and unsure what to make of his life, Bogart enlisted in the United States Navy, only weeks after his dismissal from school, to fight in World War I. He recalled his thinking at the time: "War was great stuff. Paris! French girls! Hot damn! ... The war was a big joke. Death? What does death mean to a kid of 17?" Perhaps the most notable occurrence of Humphrey's naval service was a scar he acquired above the right corner of his upper lip that would later become the defining feature of his tough guy appearance.

Bogart was honorably discharged from the navy in 1919 and faced the question of what to make of his life. A year later, he met a stage actress named Alice Brady who landed him a job as the company manger of a touring production of The Ruined Lady. A year later, in 1921, he made his stage debut as a Japanese waiter in a production of a play called Drifting. Bogart's one line, uttered in his best attempt at a Japanese accent, was "Drinks for my lady and for her most honored guests." Despite his son's miniscule role, upon seeing the show for the first time Bogart's father leaned over and whispered to the person next to him, "The boy's good, isn't he?"
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For more than a decade he struggled to get his acting career off the ground, landing only minor roles in shows, then, in 1934, Bogart finally delivered his breakthrough performance in Robert Sherwood's The Petrified Forest. He portrayed Duke Mantee, an escaped killer, and so fully embodied the role of the villain—stooped posture, dangling hands, dead stare—that the audience reportedly let out a gasp of horror the first time he walked on stage. After delivering an equally riveting performance in the film adaptation of The Petrified Forest two years later, Bogart carved out a niche as one of Hollywood's go-to actors to play criminals. His early gangster and crime films included The Great O'Malley (1937), Dead End (1937), Crime School (1938) and King of the Underworld (1939).
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Bogart felt limited playing such similar roles in film after film. He managed to break free from typecasting with his portrayal of the smooth, cunning and honorable private eye Sam Spade in the 1941 film noir masterpiece The Maltese Falcon. The film allowed Bogart to prove his versatility as an actor just in time to be cast in the leading role in the 1942 war romance Casablanca.
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One of Hollywood's most popular actors in the wake of Casablanca, Bogart continued on to a long and distinguished Hollywood career that included over 80 films. His most celebrated performance after Casablanca came in the 1951 film The African Queen, in which he won his first and only Academy Award for Best Actor. Bogart said after receiving the award, "The best way to survive an Oscar is to never try to win another one. You've seen what happens to some Oscar winners. They spend the rest of their lives turning down scripts while searching for the great role to win another one. Hell, I hope I'm never even nominated again. It's meat-and-potato roles for me from now on."
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In 1956, while still in the prime of his career, Bogart was diagnosed with esophageal cancer. Surgery failed to remove the cancerous growth, and Bogart passed away on January 14, 1957. He was 57 years old.
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Recommended Viewing:

The Petrified Forest
The Great O'Malley
Marked Woman
Dead End
Crime School
Angels With Dirty Faces
King of the Underworld
The Oklahoma Kid
The Roaring Twenties
The Maltese Falcon
Passage to Marseille
Dead Reckoning
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
Key Largo
In a Lonely Place
The Enforcer
The African Queen
The Caine Mutiny

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Scotch at 01:13 PM Aug 01

Fantastic blog!

WalkAway at 05:42 PM Aug 02

Good choice!

emmyd at 01:28 AM Aug 03

What a great blog about a wonderful man! I love Casblanca (obvi) and Sabrina is a fave of mine. He's great.

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Dr Jan-itor at 08:29 PM Jul 18

there's getting some fresh air but that is ridiculous! :P

still i wanna do it.

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Sean Justin Penn
August 17, 1960

He began making short films with some of his childhood friends, including actors Emilio Estevez and Charlie Sheen, who lived near his home.
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Penn began his acting career in television with a brief appearance in a 1974 episode of Little House on the Prairie, directed by his father Leo Penn. A year later, he appeared in the hit comedy Fast Times at Ridgemont High, in the role of surfer-stoner Jeff Spicoli, with his character helping popularize the word "dude" in popular culture.
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In 1983, Penn appeared as Mick O'Brien, a troubled youth, in the drama Bad Boys.The role earned Penn favorable reviews and jump-started his career as a serious actor.
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Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor five times, he has won the award twice. The Academy first recognized his work in nominating him for playing a racist murderer on death row in the 1995 drama film Dead Man Walking. He was nominated again for his comedic performance as an egotistical jazz guitarist in the 1999 film Sweet and Lowdown. He received his third nomination after portraying a mentally handicapped father in 2001's I am Sam. Penn finally won for his role in the 2003 Boston crime-drama Mystic River. In 2004, he played a disturbed man bent on killing the president in The Assassination of Richard Nixon. That year, he was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The role earned Penn favorable reviews and jump-started his career as a serious actor. In November 2008, he earned positive reviews for his portrayal of real-life gay-rights icon and politician Harvey Milk in the biopic Milk, and was nominated for best actor for the 2008 Independent Spirit Awards. The film also earned Penn his fifth nomination and second win for the Academy Award for Best Actor.
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In 1991, Penn made his directorial debut with The Indian Runner, a film based on Bruce Springsteen's song "Highway Patrolman", from the Nebraska album. He also directed music videos, such as Shania Twain's "Dance with the One That Brought You" and Lyle Lovett's "North Dakota" in 1993, and Peter Gabriel's "The Barry Williams Show" in 2002. He has since directed three more films, all of which were well received by critics: the indie thriller The Crossing Guard in 1995, the mystery film The Pledge in 2001, and the biographical drama survival film Into the Wild in 2007. Penn is currently working on The Last Face, in which he will also star.
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Penn has been active in supporting numerous political and social causes. On December 13–16, 2002, Sean Penn visited Iraq to protest the Bush Administration's apparent plans for a military strike on Iraq.

On December 18, 2006, Penn received the Christopher Reeve First Amendment Award from the Creative Coalition for his commitment to free speech.
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On February 22, 2009, Penn received the Academy Award for Best Actor for the film Milk. In his acceptance speech, he said: "I think that it is a good time for those who voted for the ban against gay marriage to sit and reflect and anticipate their great shame and the shame in their grandchildren's eyes if they continue that way of support. We've got to have equal rights for everyone!
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After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, Penn founded the J/P Haitian Relief Organization, which has been running a 55,000 person tent camp. Due to his visibility as an on-the-ground advocate for rescue and aid efforts in the aftermath, Penn was designated by president Michel Martelly as Ambassador-at-Large for Haiti, the first time that a non-Haitian citizen has been designated as such in the country's history. Penn received the designation on January 31, 2012.

Recommended Viewing:

The Gunman
This Must Be the Place
The Tree of Life
Fair Game
The Interpreter
The Assassination of Richard Nixon
21 Grams
Mystic River
I Am Sam
The Weight of Water
Before Night Falls
Up at the Villa
Sweet And Lowdown
The Thin Red Line
The Game
U Turn
Dead Man Walking
Carlito's Way
State of Grace
We're No Angels
Casualties of War
At Close Range
Bad Boys

Mood: Chillin'

Invidtus at 11:30 PM Jul 01

Bad Boys, Fast Times, State Of Grace, Dead Man Walking, The Thin Red Line, 21 Grams, Mystic River, great actor~

Laksmikanti at 07:02 AM Jul 02

I love all his work, he is a great actor and even that small role on "The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty" was wonderful. He has a lot of respect for his job and stands out in everything he does.

Glinda at 12:27 PM Jul 02

Fantastic ICON choice. The man cannot put in a bad performance.

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If they ever make an X-Force movie can we get Olivia Wilde as Domino?
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Slick Nick at 09:42 PM Jun 27

she would be an interesting addition to the Marvel universe.

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