Harry Dean Stanton
Harry Dean Stanton

Gender

Male

Known Credits

39

Harry Dean Stanton

Date of Birth: Jul 14, 1926

Birthplace: West Irvine - Kentucky - USA

 

 

Biography

Harry Dean Stanton (born July 14, 1926) is an American actor, musician, and singer. Stantons career has spanned over fifty years, which has seen him star in such films as Cool Hand Luke, Kellys Heroes, Dillinger, Alien, Repo Man, The Last Temptation of Christ, Wild at Heart, The Green Mile and The Pledge. In the late 2000s, he played a recurring role in the HBO television series Big Love. Description above from the Wikipedia article Harry Dean Stanton, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Known For

Filmography

Lucky

Lucky

as Lucky

2017

Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks

as  Carl Rodd

2017

Fishtail

Fishtail

as Narrator

2014

The Avengers

The Avengers

as Security Guard

2012

The Good Life

The Good Life

as Gus

2007

Inland Empire

Inland Empire

as Freddie Howard

2006

The Big Bounce

The Big Bounce

as Bob Rogers, Sr.

2004

Alien

Alien

as Brett

2003

The Pledge

The Pledge

as Floyd Cage

2001

The Green Mile

The Green Mile

as Toot-Toot

1999

The Straight Story

The Straight Story

as Lyle Straight, Alvin's Brother

1999

Fire Down Below

Fire Down Below

as Cotton Harry

1997

Man Trouble

Man Trouble

as Redmond Layls

1992

Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks

as Carl Rodd

1990

Slam Dance

Slam Dance

as Det. Benjamin Smiley

1987

Pretty in Pink

Pretty in Pink

as Jack Walsh

1986

Repo Man

Repo Man

as Bud

1984

Christine

Christine

as Rudolph Junkins

1983

Escape from New York

Escape from New York

as Harold 'Brain' Helman

1981

Private Benjamin

Private Benjamin

as 1st Sgt. Jim Ballard

1980

Straight Time

Straight Time

as Jerry Schue

1978

The Godfather: Part II

The Godfather: Part II

as F.B.I. Man #1

1974

Kelly's Heroes

Kelly's Heroes

as Pvt. Willard

1970

Day of the Evil Gun

Day of the Evil Gun

as Sergeant Parker

1968

The Hostage

The Hostage

as Eddie (as Dean Stanton)

1967

How the West Was Won

How the West Was Won

as Gant Henchman

1962

The Wrong Man

The Wrong Man

as Department of Corrections Employee (uncredited)

1956