Powers Boothe

Powers Boothe is a television and movie actor.

A native of Texas with extensive stage experience, Boothe first came to prominence in 1980 playing the title role in the CBS-TV movie Guyana Tragedy: The Story Of Jim Jones. Boothe's portrayal of the crazed cult leader received critical acclaim. In Time Magazine's story on the production, Boothe was praised: "There is one extraordinary performance. A young actor named Powers Boothe captures all the charisma and evil of 'Dad', Jim Jones." Boothe won an Emmy Award for his role, beating out veterans Henry Fonda and Jason Robards.

During the actors' strike in the fall of 1980, he was one of the few who showed up at the ceremonies to claim his prize. He said at the time, "this may be either the bravest moment of my career or the dumbest." He joined the ranks of Humphrey Bogart and other actors when he portrayed Philip Marlowe in a series of short films for HBO in 1983-1986. He also gave several fine performances in other films like Southern Comfort, A Breed Apart, Red Dawn, The Emerald Forest, and Extreme Prejudice, as well as HBO films like Into The Homeland and By Dawn's Early Light. However, his most lauded subsequent performance was in the 1990 CBS-TV film Family Of Spies where he played traitor Navy Officer John Walker.

Most recently, Boothe has played a featured role as brothel-owner Cy Tolliver on the HBO series Deadwood. Mister Boothe has a daughter who is also an acclaimed actress.


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Mister Boothe has a daughter who is also an acclaimed actress. Eric is a practicing Roman Catholic and is pro-life. Most recently, Boothe has played a featured role as brothel-owner Cy Tolliver on the HBO series Deadwood. Eric's next feature comedy The Man in the Movie is currently in production. However, his most lauded subsequent performance was in the 1990 CBS-TV film Family Of Spies where he played traitor Navy Officer John Walker. He continues to act on stage and on film and is continuing to write and produce his own film projects utilizing his own brand of comedy. He also gave several fine performances in other films like Southern Comfort, A Breed Apart, Red Dawn, The Emerald Forest, and Extreme Prejudice, as well as HBO films like Into The Homeland and By Dawn's Early Light. He stars in the film and wrote and directed it.

He said at the time, "this may be either the bravest moment of my career or the dumbest." He joined the ranks of Humphrey Bogart and other actors when he portrayed Philip Marlowe in a series of short films for HBO in 1983-1986. In 2003, Eric brought his feature Revolutionary War comedy-drama film The Deserter to fruition. During the actors' strike in the fall of 1980, he was one of the few who showed up at the ceremonies to claim his prize. Deeds, and Mystic River. A young actor named Powers Boothe captures all the charisma and evil of 'Dad', Jim Jones." Boothe won an Emmy Award for his role, beating out veterans Henry Fonda and Jason Robards. After college he became a Screen Actors Guild member and worked for years as an extra and did bit parts in many films and television shows in the Boston area including Spenser: For Hire, Against the Law, The Cider House Rules, Me, Myself and Irene, Mr. In Time Magazine's story on the production, Boothe was praised: "There is one extraordinary performance. During his college years Eric wrote, produced and acted in many more films.

Boothe's portrayal of the crazed cult leader received critical acclaim. He majored in film production at Emerson College in Boston where he appeared on Emerson Independent Video's shows Koffee with Kent playing the nerdy newscaster and the skit comedy show Mannequins. A native of Texas with extensive stage experience, Boothe first came to prominence in 1980 playing the title role in the CBS-TV movie Guyana Tragedy: The Story Of Jim Jones. His love for Laurel and Hardy, Buster Keaton and silent comedies in general influenced him greatly and he began making silent films for fun. The Tree Surgeon, a silent short was the first film in which he took on the title role. Powers Boothe is a television and movie actor. Eric began making films at age 14 when he made a 13 minute film spoof of Mad Max called Mad Maxxy with his pet guinea pig and neighborhood cats. Eric Bruno Borgman (born June 23, 1975) is an American actor and filmmaker.

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