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Tobin Bell

Born August 7, 1942 in Queens, New York City, New York, USA
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Tobin Bell (born Joseph H. Tobin, Jr.; August 7, 1942)  is an American film and television character actor. After years of work doing stand-ins and background work on films, he got his first major acting job in Mississippi Burning (1988) and went on to star in made-for-television films and guest star in television shows throughout the 1990s.

Bell is best known as the villain John "Jigsaw" Kramer of the Saw film series. He provided his voice in two video games based on the films, Saw and its sequel, Saw II: Flesh & Blood, in which he also provided his likeness. Bell's portrayal of Jigsaw has earned him five award nominations and two wins.

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Jigsaw (2017)
as "John Kramer / Jigsaw"
as "Peter"
as "Blackbird"
as "Smashmouth"
as "Dr. Freeman"
Dark House (2014)
as "Seth"
as "Jigsaw / John"
Saw VI (2009)
as "Jigsaw / John"
Saw V (2008)
as "John Kramer"
Saw IV (2007)
as "Jigsaw/John"
as "Dr Mitchell Allen"
as "Professor Erwin Buckton"
as "Lester"
Saw III (2006)
as "John Kramer"
Saw II (2005)
as "Jigsaw / John Kramer"
Saw (2004)
as "John Kramer (a.k.a. Jigsaw)"
as "Moloch"
Power Play (2003)
as "Clemens"
as "Geoffrey Martin"
as "Zaragoza (voice)"
as "The Locksmith"
as ""
as "Lukasz Slava"
as "Theodore Kaczynski"
as "Det. Frank O'Keefe"
as "William Lucian Morrano"
as "Dog Kelly"
as "Dr. Alvin Hayes"
as "Bullock"
Deep Red (1994)
as "Warren Rickman"
Malice (1993)
as "Earl Leemus"
as "Mendoza"
The Firm (1993)
as "The Nordic Man"
as "Roth"
Ruby (1992)
as "David Ferrie"
GoodFellas (1990)
as "Parole Officer"
as "Gerber"
as "Dillon"
as "Agent Stokes"
Tootsie (1982)
as "Waiter (uncredited)"
as "Courtroom Observer"
as "Bar Patron (uncredited)"
Belzebuth (????)
as ""
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