R. D. Call
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|R. D. Call|
February 16, 1950 |
Ogden, Utah, U.S.
|Occupation||Film, television and stage actor|
R. D. Call (born February 16, 1950; Ogden, Utah) is an American film and television actor.
In 1976 Call moved to Los Angeles and began studying with Lee Strasberg and Charles Shull. Later he began working on stage with Lonny Chapman's Group Repertory Theater. He had his first television appearance in a supporting role on an episode of Barnaby Jones, where he was cast and directed by director Leo Penn.
Since that time he has worked in feature films, television, and on stage.
He appeared in films such as At Close Range, State of Grace, Born on the Fourth of July, as Danny DeVito's driver in Other People's Money, Waterworld, Last Man Standing, Murder by Numbers, Babel, Young Guns II, Into the Wild, and Logan's War: Bound by Honor.
Call's recent stage work includes Blackout, The Speed of Darkness, Drift, and Good Bobby.
Call is the winner of the 2010 Action On Film International Film Festival (AOF) "Legends Award".
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