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Christopher Walken

Born Mars 31, 1943 in Queens, New York USA
Christopher Walken (born Ronald Walken, usually called "Chris") is an American stage and screen actor. He has appeared in more than 100 movies and television shows. Walken was born Ronald Walken (named after actor Ronald Colman) into a Methodist family in Astoria, Queens, New York. His mother, Rosalie, was a Scottish immigrant from Glasgow, and his father, Paul Walken, emigrated from Germany in 1928 with his brothers, Wilhelm and Alois. His father was a baker and his mother worked as a window dresser. Influenced by their mother's own dreams of stardom, he and his brothers Kenneth and Glenn were child actors on television in the 1950s. Walken studied at Hofstra University on Long Island, but did not graduate. Walken initially trained as a dancer in music theatre at the Washington Dance Studio before moving on to dramatic roles in theatre and then film. Walken is imitated for his deadpan affect, sudden off-beat pauses, and strange speech rhythm, in a manner similar to William Shatner. He is revered for his quality of danger and menace, but his unpredictable deliveries and expressions make him invaluable in comedy as well. Walken is noted for refusing movie roles only rarely, having stated in interviews that he will decline a role only if he is simply too busy on other projects to take it. He regards each role as a learning experience. Walken has been married to Georgianne Walken (born Thon) since 1969; she is a casting director, most notably for The Sopranos. They live in Connecticut and have no children (Walken has stated in interviews that not having children is one of the reasons he has had such a prolific career). In regard to his villainous roles preceding him when meeting new people, Walken says, "When they see me in a movie, they expect me to be something nasty ... That's why it's good to defy expectations sometimes."
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as "Dr. Tinkler"
Nine Lives (2016)
as "Felix Perkins"
as "Caleb Fang"
as "Paul Lombard"
as "King Louie (voice)"
as "Warren Sharp"
as "Angelo “Gyp” DeCarlo"
as "Curtis Pelissier"
as "Zeus"
as "Doke"
as "Doc"
as "Peter Mitchell"
as "Hans Kieslowski"
Dark Horse (2011)
as "Jackie"
as "Shondor Birns"
as "Roy Callahan"
as "Roger"
$5 a Day (2008)
as "Nat Parker"
as "Feng"
Hairspray (2007)
as "Wilbur Turnblad"
as "Jack Menken"
Click (2006)
as "Morty"
as "Brewster"
Domino (2005)
as "Mark Heiss"
as "Cousin Bo"
as "Secretary William Cleary"
as "Turner Lair"
as "Mike Wellington"
Envy (2004)
as "J-Man"
as "Rayburn"
as "Hatcher"
Gigli (2003)
as "Det. Stanley Jacobellis"
as "Salvatore 'Sal' Maggio"
as "Marcus Portius Cato"
as "Frank Abagnale"
as "Frank Featherbed"
as "Bruce Dickinson (archive footage)"
as "Reed Thimple"
as "Uncle Mike"
as "Count Cagliostro"
as "Hal Weidmann"
Joe Dirt (2001)
as "Clem"
as "Lieutenant McDuff"
as "Victor 'Vic' Kelly"
as "Gabriel"
as "Max"
as "Jacob Witting"
as "Hessian Horseman"
Vendetta (1999)
as "James Houston"
as "Calvin Webber"
Antz (1998)
as "Colonel Cutter (voice)"
as "Uncle Bill Ferriter"
as "Fox"
Illuminata (1998)
as "Bevalaqua"
as "Gabriel"
MouseHunt (1997)
as "Caeser, the Exterminator"
as "Carlo Bartolucci"
as "Ray"
Touch (1997)
as "Bill Hill"
as "Hickey"
Basquiat (1996)
as "The Interviewer"
Celluloide (1996)
as ""
as "Ray Tempio"
as "Vanni Corso"
as "The Man with the Plan"
as "Mr. Smith"
as "Gabriel"
Wild Side (1995)
as "Bruno Buckingham"
as "Peina"
as "Kim Ulander"
as "Captain Koons"
as "Bobby Cahn"
as "Vincenzo Coccotti"
Scam (1993)
as "Jack Shanks"
Skylark (1993)
as "Jacob Witting"
as "Pasco Meisner"
Mistress (1992)
as "Warren Zell"
as "Max Shreck"
as "P.J. Decker"
McBain (1991)
as "McBain"
as "Jacob Witting"
as "Frank White"
as "Robert"
Communion (1989)
as "Whitley Strieber"
Homeboy (1988)
as "Wesley Pendergass"
as "Puss"
as "Sgt. Toomey"
as "Kyril Montana"
Deadline (1987)
as "Don Stevens"
as "Brad Whitewood Sr."
as "Max Zorin"
as "Johnny Smith"
Brainstorm (1983)
as "Michael Brace"
as "Harry Nash"
as "Tom"
as "Jamie Shannon"
as "Nathan D. Champion"
as "Eckart"
as "Nikanor "Nick" Chevotarevich"
as "Mr. Rainbow"
Roseland (1977)
as "Russel"
Annie Hall (1977)
as "Duane Hall"
as "Det. Rizzo"
as "Robert Fulmer"
as "Pvt. James H. Reese"
as "The Kid"
Cleopatra (1970)
as "Boy"
as ""
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