Most intimidating actors
Australia is a lot more relaxed, but if your headshot is more than 2 years old one could safely assume that you are no longer "white hot." So your TOP PRIORITY, and your main investment in your acting career is your headshot.
Frank Baum (novel), Noel Langley, Florence Ryerson and Edgar Allan Woolf (screenplay) Producers: Mervyn Le Roy, Arthur Freed (MGM) Photography: Harold Rosson Music: Harold Arlen, E. Harburg Cast: Judy Garland, Frank Morgan, Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr, Jack Haley, Margaret Hamilton, Billie Burke, Terry the Dog, Clara Blandick, Charley Grapewin The Rundown .
Plot Summary The story originated with the beloved children’s book, (1900) by L.
Frank Baum, who came up with the title by looking at the two letters printed on the bottom drawer of his filing cabinet (O – Z). Restless teen Dorothy Gale (Judy Garland) lives a dull life on a Kansas farm with her Auntie Em (Clara Blandick) and Uncle Henry (Charley Grapewin).
He is without a doubt one of the greatest voice actors for our generation, and is versatile on the numerous roles he plays in anime, original animation and video games. Thankfully, the person apologized and made up with him... "Sure, it may get old hearing him do the same old thing so many times.
If I haven't mentioned it before, I really think at some point, if possible, I'd like to hear him as Two-Face, & probably Batman &/or Joker in a speaking role. My top 10 favourite roles of his are: 1.) Spike Spiegel (Cowboy Bebop) 2.) Starscream (Transformers: Prime) 3.) Leeron Littner (Gurren Lagann) 4.) Wolverine/Logan/James Howlett (Wolverine and the X-Men) 5.) Red Skull/Johan Schmidt (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes) 6.) Green Goblin (Spectacular Spider-Man) 7.) Jake Martinez (Tiger & Bunny) 8.) Mugen (Samurai Champloo) 9.) Amon (The Legend of Korra) 10.) Kyohei "Dotachin" Kadota (Durarara!! However, he's still a wonderful actor who just gets better and better, Amon being one of his greatest performances of all time.
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It’s almost impossible to look objectively at a film that’s so burned into our collective conscious that every song seems our own, every word feels part of our vocabulary and every touch appears as if fate intended it to be there. Some of these myths have been busted; others embraced.