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Bill Pullman

 

  1. Ed Harris, State of Grace, 1990.        Pullman wasn't working out for director Phil Joanou.   He sent for Harris,   recovering from his Abyss injuries - but exhilarated by the "talk" of the script.
  2. Bill Paxton, Boxing Helena, 1992.
  3. Jason Alexander, Stranger Things, 1994.        Bill found the redeeming brother role too close to Sleepless In Seattle and Malice. Although Rob Reiner's Castle Rock team set out to protect Jason   as a   first-time director, they encouraged him to take over.   "I gotta be there anyway, so just slap on the hairpiece and let's go."   The character was not far removed   from his   George   on Seinfeld - "low self-esteem but eventually gets the girl and saves the day,   though he's a bumbler and a schmuck."
  4. William Hurt, Michael, 1996.         Tabloider goes to work on John Travolta as an angel - a saint. A boozehound, in fact.
  5. Eric Roberts, Doctor Who (The Movie), TV, 1996.      
  6. Lee Jones, Volcano, 1996.        “Lava? Right here in L.A?” The hero of the disaster movie was  first  offered to Pullman and Ed Harris.
  7. Dylan Baker, Happiness, 1998.     All singing from the same hymn sheet - “Compelling and interesting material but... I’m a father first and an actor second” - a dozen stars fled the therapist who was a pedophile in the bleakly controversial script by young New Jersey auteur Todd Solondz.
  8. Harry Hamlin, Harper’s Island, TV, 2009.        Stephen King meets Agatha Christie...From a 15-minute pilot to the real series, thewhodunnit lostexecs and actors, including Bill’s Uncle Marty, surrogate fatherto the bridegroom - whose wedding guests are getting knocked off on a lonely island,Ten Little Indians style, week by week).

 

 

 

 





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