Born: August 27, 1953 in Kumla, Örebro län, Sweden
“I liked the way that film took realistic events and added this slightly out-of-kilter perspective. My character in that film was, in one sense, a caricature of a killer, but there was also a sense of mystery surrounding him that captured the imagination. Fargo (1996) was an exciting experience for me largely because of the approach the Coen brothers took. It was the antithesis of Armageddon (1998). It was low-budget, a very guerrilla-style approach to filmmaking that made its own rules and was very specific in what it was trying to accomplish.” –on Fargo (1996).
dir. Joel and Ethan Coen
William H Macy
The Lost World: Jurassic Park 2
dir. Steven Spielberg
dir Michael Bay
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