Appeared (as "Willy Loman") in a revival of "Death of a Salesman" on Broadway, 1984. The production won a Tony for Best Reproduction. However, his performance was looked down upon by critics and was snubbed by the Tony committee, even though he won a Drama Desk award. In 1985 he reprised this role for TV (Death of a Salesman
2 Biographical Movies |
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Sam Etic | Dasutin Hofuman
5' 5¾" (1.67 m)
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On how he became an actor: I started junior college in Los Angeles because I didn't have the grades to go to university and I didn't want to go into the military. So in my first year of junior college I'm failing and I don't know what to do. I don't want to get a job, I want to be a student, and a friend says, 'Take acting, because they don't flunk you - it's like gym, nobody gets an F.'
"I took ...
Has appeared in two films about "Peter Pan" (Hook
(1991) and Finding Neverland
(2004)). Following his appearance in Hook
(1991), close friend and former roommate Gene Hackman
began calling him "Hook" as a joke. The name stuck and his contemporaries call him by that nickname to this day.
Deep nasal voice, which has a unique "honking" timbre