(1980s) Played Frankenstein's monster in a TV commercial for the Sambo's restaurant chain
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Timothy Agoglia | Timothy Agoglia-Carey | Timothy Agoglia Carey | Timothy Agolia Carey | Timothy Aoglia Carey | Tim Carey
6' 4" (1.93 m)
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, who as a child actor worked with Carey on The Boy and the Pirates
(1960)] He, on that movie, probably scared me more than The Colossus of New York
(1958)! But he was a nice man, and he always tried to make you feel, "I'm not really crazy," and you would say, "Okay." And then he would walk away and you'd go, "He's CRAZY!" He was a scary man.
Has a uniquely twisted screen presence that many great directors tried, and often failed, to harness. He was the only man Elia Kazan
ever physically attacked on the set. Marlon Brando
cast him in One-Eyed Jacks
(1961) and ended up, in desperation and frustration, stabbing him with a pen. When John Cassavetes
came to his house for the first time, Carey made him wear a bulky, padded suit and then ...
Often played sleazy, violent criminals