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James Marshall, or Jim Marshall could be. He was involved in a brawl outside a donut shop, in which he apparently received head injuries, which are believed to have been the cause of his death two days later. James Marshall the actor. Nance died in Pasadena, California in 1996 in a tragically Lynchian manner. James Marshall the children's writer. Nance remained on good terms with Lynch, who cast him in nearly all of his projects:. James Marshall the director. In his late middle age, Nance grew a small white moustache and was a distinctive presence in many films with his peculiar twisted smile and bug eyes.
James Marshall the soldier. Coulson (the future Log Lady in Twin Peaks), but they divorced in 1976. Marshall, who discovered gold in California in 1848. At the time, Nance was married to the actress Catherine E. James W. Nance's performance as the neurotic, big-haired Henry Spencer is an iconic one in cult film. In the 1970s, Nance met David Lynch, who cast him as the lead in his bizarre independent film Eraserhead.
He worked for some time with the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. Nance was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1943 and raised in Dallas, Texas. He specialised in eccentric supporting roles. He is best known for his work with film director David Lynch.
Jack Nance, sometimes credited as John Nance, was an American stage and screen actor known for his work in offbeat or avant-garde film and theatre. Lost Highway: Phil. Wild at Heart: a small role as the very weird 'OO Spool'. Twin Peaks: a memorably eccentric performance as Pete Martell, the henpecked sawmill gaffer.
The Cowboy and the Frenchman: plays Pete, one of the cowboys. Blue Velvet: a supporting role as Paul, a creepy friend of Dennis Hopper's villain. Dune: a small role as the Harkonnen Captain Nefud.