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Michael Parks

Born April 24, 1940 in Corona, California, USA
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Michael Parks (born Harry Samuel Parks; April 24, 1940) is an American actor and singer.He has appeared in almost fifty films and has made frequent TV appearances, but is probably best known for his work in recent years with Quentin Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez, and Kevin Smith as well as the 1969 television series Then Came Bronson.

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Actor
Greater (2016)
as "Leo"
as "Preacher"
Tusk (2014)
as "Howard Howe"
as "Doc Barrow"
as "The LeQuint Dickey Mining Co. Employee"
Argo (2012)
as "Jack Kirby"
Red State (2011)
as "Pastor Abin Cooper"
as "Earl McGraw"
as ""
as "Fritz Tremor"
as "Pete Collins"
as "Jacob"
as "Earl McGraw"
as "Earl McGraw"
Grindhouse (2007)
as "Earl McGraw (segments "Death Proof" / "Planet Terror")"
as "Benny the Heckler"
as "Sheriff Ezra Stone"
as "James Wagley"
as "William Clark"
as "Esteban Vihaio"
as "Earl McGraw"
13 Moons (2002)
as "Bartender"
as "Mr. Aaron"
Wicked (1998)
as "Detective Boland"
as "Himself"
Julian Po (1997)
as "Vern"
as "Walter"
as "Texas Ranger"
Sorceress (1995)
as "Stan Latarga"
as "Detective Larson"
as "Tommy O'Shea"
The Hitman (1991)
as "Ronny 'Del' Delaney"
Caged Fury (1990)
as "Mr. Collins"
as "Officer Donnelly"
as "Doc Willet"
as "Bill Nevins"
as "Larry Kapinski"
as ""
Spiker (1986)
as "Coach Doames"
as "Josey Wales"
Club Life (1986)
as "Tank"
as "Lt. Savage"
as "Max Halliday"
as "Ben Watkins"
as "Sgt. Anderson"
Rainbow (1978)
as "Roger Edens"
as "Mitch Haskins"
as "Robert F. Kennedy"
as "J.W. Wyatt"
as "Dr. Jeff DuRand"
as "Noel Nye"
as "Moody"
as "Bradley Floyd"
as "Joseph"
as "Tony"
as "Ron Baron"
as "Jim Bronson"
as "Vince McKay"
as "Sureshot"
The Idol (1966)
as "Marco"
as "Bus Riley"
Wild Seed (1965)
as "Bill "Fargo" Warren"
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