(March 10 to April 3, 1966) He played Willy Loman in Arthur Miller's play, "Death of a Salesman," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Jo Deodato (Linda); Paul Watson (Happy); Grant Sheehan (Biff); J.S. Johnson (Bernard); Jack Collard (Charley); Patricia Stewart (the woman); Charles ...
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[on the creation of the "squeal like a pig" scene in Deliverance
(1972)] Bill McKinney
and I and the director [John Boorman
] were both throwing stuff in the pot and that's where all that stuff came from. The way he caught me when I ran, it was scripted. It was just the way I gave in to what the situation was. I made myself available to whatever he wanted to do to me. But [Boorman] didn't believe ...
One of the few actors whose work can connect three, unrelated protagonists from separate studios AND link back full circle: 'Superman' (1978), 'RoboCop' (1988) and 'The Terminator' (1984). Played in "Superman", which his "Deliverance" co-star Burt Reynolds turned down the lead role. Ronny Cox (who also co-started with Beatty) in "Deliverance" played the antagonist in "RoboCop". Arnold ...
Often plays charismatic villains
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