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Supporting Actors

written by: webbie1960
 
You know, those actors that weren't ever big names, but you would recognize their faces and probably struggle a bit to remember their name, but the roles they played? Unforgettable!

Question 1:


He played a tough judge in the Clint Eastwood flick "Hang'em High" in 1968. He was also the businessman with the store of weapons in Stephen King's "Maximum Overdrive".
Wally Cox
Pat Hingle
Dan Haggerty
Richard Crenna

Question 2:


He is best known for the role of Capt. Cragen on "Law and Order: SVU".
Ice-T
Dann Florek
Richard Belzer
Gavin McCloud

Question 3:


He was the Maytag repairman from 1989 until his death in 2003. However, his best known TV role was that of Arthur "Big Guy" Carlson on "WKRP in Cincinnati".  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 4:


For many this man's most memorable role was that of "Quint", the shark-obsessed fisherman on "Jaws" (1975). He also played the ruthless mobster Doyle Lonnegan in "The Sting" with Robert Redford and Paul Newman.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 5:


In real life, he was a prisoner of war in WWII taken at the Battle of the Bulge. On film, he starred with Burt Reynolds and Dolly Parton in "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas". He played the Governor, who sang a little tune called "Sidesteppin". Do you remember how he set his hat sideways, then spun his head so the hat would settle.
Dom Deluise
Jerry Reed
Charles Durning
Peter Ustinov

Question 6:


This character actor starred with Michael Landon in both "Little House on the Prairie" and "Highway to Heaven". The characters he played were Mr. Edwards and Mark Gordon.
Will Geer
Victor French
Sebastian Cabot
Jerry Reed

Question 7:


He has acted in over 200 films. He played Patroni in the Airport series of disaster movies in the 70's. He also played Ed Hocken in the Naked Gun movies.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 8:


He played the Captain on "Cool Hand Luke" in 1967. He starred in 11 episodes of "Gunsmoke" as Ben Snow in the 70's. His career was really starting to take off in the last decade of his life when he died suddenly of a heart attack in 1980. He was often known as the grizzled evil doer.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 9:


He played Dudley Frank in the 2007 movie, "Wild Hogs" and Tick Tock in the movie "Seabiscuit".
Martin Lawrence
Tim Allen
William H. Macy
Strothers Martin

Question 10:


He starred with Gary Cooper in "Sgt. York" as a sympathetic preacher. He played Nash Crawford in a couple of the "Over the Hill Gang" films in the early 70's. Movie critics have listed him as one of the finest actors in motion picture history.
William Holden
Peter Lawford
Walter Mattheau
Walter Brennan

 


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