Actors I Love, Part I


Contrary to the way it looks around here, I have been busy — busy clearing out all the half-finished drafts I’ve saved over the last *mumblemumble* years. This is one I started over two years ago when I first posted the Twenty Actors Meme. Once posted, I almost immediately realized I had forgotten several actors and actresses; however, I admit that when I started to gather some extra pictures recently, I abandoned the actresses part because I kept running into stubborn browser-hijacking malware. Yay internet.

So for the next few days, random photos of actors and a few actresses I like but you may not care about, but that’s okay, because pictures:

Bruno Kirby, Jr.

Bruno with a bunch of completely unknown actors you’ve never heard of before.

Charles Nelson Reilly and Julie Harris

I was lucky enough to find photos with both Chuck and Julie, seen here in a promotional for the 1965 hit “Skyscraper.” Photo courtesy the flicker of johnmcnab.

Chuck and Julie with Peter Marshall, “Skyscraper.”


No Julie this time, just Charles and some other people who were famous… they were so famous that they BLANK.

Craig Reynolds

Dan Hedaya

With Christina Ricci in 1991.

Dana Andrews

David Straithairn

Bernie Mac

Tony Shalhoub

6 Comments

  1. Love Bruno Kirby! His “babyfish mouth” line in WHEN HARRY MET SALLY is classic and I also love his work in THE FRESHMAN. But he also had dramatic chops as DONNIE BRASCO proved.

  2. I totally agree with Rachel – Dana Andrews doesn’t get enough respect for his acting. He was a subtle understated actor, the sort that never gets nominated for Oscars, but he was usually very effective.

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