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Ron Perlman Poster

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  • (2003) TV commercial: Stella Artois
  • Stage: Appeared in "Thieves' Carnival" [stage debut] at George Washington High School.
  • (1974-76) Stage: Worked with New York's Classic Stage Company, an organization specializing in Elizabethan and Restoration plays
  • Stage: Appeared in "American Heroes", directed by Tom O'Horgan, on Broadway and in touring company.
  • (2002) Audio book: Narrated the audio book "The Fourth Perimeter", written by Tim Green. Published by Time/Warner Audio Books.
  • (1995) Audio book: Narrated the audio book "Superstitious" written by R.L. Stine. Published by Time/Warner Audio Books.
  • (1994) Audio book: Narrated the audio book "Caliban's Hour" written by Tad Williams. Published by Harper Collins Audio.
  • (1993) Narration: Narrated a documentary on the Trans-Siberian Railroad entitled "The Red Express".
  • (1989) Album: Narrated an album of poetry "Of Love and Hope" with music from Beauty and the Beast (1987) (as Vincent).
  • DVD commentary: Audio commentary for Hellboy (2004) with Selma Blair, Rupert Evans and Jeffrey Tambor.
  • DVD commentary: Audio commentary for La guerre du feu (1981) with director Jean-Jacques Annaud, producer Michael Gruskoff and actress Rae Dawn Chong.
  • (2008) TV commercial (voiceover): Bidgestone tires
  • (2004) TV commercial (voiceover): the Walt Disney Company for its "Year of a Million Dreams" spot
  • (2009) TV commercial: Netflix DVD rental company (as "Hellboy" character).
  • Stage: Appeared in "Pal Joey", directed by Tom O'Horgan, on Broadway and in touring companies.
  • Stage: Appeared in "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui", directed by Tom O'Horgan, on Broadway and in touring companies.
  • (2009) Audio book: Narrated the audio book "The Strain" written by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan. Published by HarperCollins.
  • (2004) Narrated the biography of Ludwig van Beethoven entitled "Beethoven: The Sound and the Fury." Published by A&E Biography.
  • (2008) Audio book: Narrated the audio book "City of Thieves" written by David Benioff. Published by Penquin.
  • Stage: Appeared in "An Alley Filled with Cats", Dallas, TX.
  • (2014) Release of his book, "Easy Street (The Hard Way): A Memoir".
  • (October 19 to December 2, 1979) He acted in Isaac Bashevis Singer and Eve Friedmans' play, "Teibele and Her Demon," in The Arena Stage Theatre production at the Kreeger Theater in Washington D.C. with F. Murray Abraham, Laura Esterman, Barry Primus, Lee Lawson, Stephen Weyte and Will Kuluva in the cast. Richard Peaslee was composer. Desmond Heeley was set and costume designer. Stephen Kanee was director.
  • (October 2016) Turner Classic Movies "Feature Presentation with Robert Osborne" - Fridays and Saturdays Guest Host

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