Character actor Ned Beatty, known for his roles in “The Salvation” and “Network”, dies at the age of 83
Ned Beatty, an indelible role actor, his first movie role in 1972 save Started his long, prolific and successful career, but has passed away. He is 83 years old.
Beatty’s agent, Deborah Miller, said that Beatty died of natural causes at his Los Angeles home on Sunday, surrounded by friends and relatives.
After working for many years in the regional theater, Beatty starred in save Play as Bobby Trippe, a happy member of a male rowing party intimidated by thugs in a remote area.
The scene where Trippe was brutally sexually assaulted became the most memorable scene in the movie and established Beatty as an actor. Fans may not know his name, but they always recognize his face.
“For people like me, there are many’I know you! I know you! What do I see in you?” Beatty said without resentment in 1992.
Beatty received only one Oscar nomination because he served as a supporting role for company executive Arthur Jensen in 1976 The internet, But he contributed and worked continuously for some of the most popular movies of his time. His work includes more than 150 movies and TV shows.
Beatty appeared on The internetWritten by Paddy Chayefsky and directed by Sidney Lumet, the content is brief but significant. His three-minute monologue is one of the greatest monologues in the movie.
The raw power of nature has come to collect Ned Beatty. He has performed well in NETWORK, SUPERMAN, DELIVERANCE, and TV series HOMICIDE (and more), but don’t forget his chilling evil transformations in WHITE LIGHTNING and MIKEY AND NICKY. https://t.co/cJMoFevJBx
Jensen called the host Howard Beale (played by Peter Finch) into a long, dimly lit conference room to introduce Jesus to the basic power of media.
“Mr. Bill, you interfered with the raw power of nature, I won’t have it!” Beatty yelled across the conference room, and then explained that there is no America, no democracy.
“Only IBM, ITT, AT&T, DuPont, Dow, Union Carbide, and Exxon Mobil. These are the countries in the world today.”
Watch | Beatty’s monologue from The internet:
He is just as memorable as Otis, who is the clumsy confidant of Gene Hackman’s villain Lex Luthor in the first two Christopher Reeve (Christopher Reeve) Superman Movies and as a racist sheriff White lightning.
Including other movies All men of the president, front page, Nashville with Easy.
“I like to surprise the audience”
In an interview in 1977, he explained why he prefers to be a supporting role.
“Stars never want to throw a curve ball at the audience, but my greatest pleasure is to throw a curve ball,” he said.
“Becoming a star will reduce your efficiency as an actor, because you become a recognizable part of the product, and to some extent predictable. You must pay attention to your P and Q and cultivate your fans. But I I like to surprise the audience and do unexpected things.”
Watch | Ned Beatty’s acting career:
He got a rare lead in an Irish movie Listen to my song In 1991, the true story of the legendary Irish tenor Josef Locke’s disappearance at the peak of his brilliant career was widely acclaimed, but it was hardly seen in the United States.
Between movies, Beatty often works in television and theater.he is Rosana As John Goodman’s father and detective Homicide: Street Life.
He won praise from critics on Broadway, And Drama AwardsBecause of his portrayal of Dad in the film revival Cat on hot tin roofThis is the first time he played a role in the production of a stock company when he was 21 years old.
However, when the New York Times cited the skills of his young co-stars Ashley Judd and Jason Patrick, he caused controversy.
“Ashley is a sweetheart,” he said, “but she doesn’t have a lot of tools.” For Patrick, he commented: “He is always getting better, but his journey is different.”
His recent movies include Toy Story 3 Two versions in 2010 and 2013, Big question with Baggage claim. Soon he retired.