Video interview Charles Napier / The Goods Charles Napier's website IMDBWiki Best known as outspoken character Paul Lassiter on ABC's smash "Spin City", Richard Kind has been tickling our funny bone and pleasing our acting palate since 1985.
Demonstrating his versatility via his performances in theater, radio/audio plays, television, and motion pictures, Richard Kind is quite a beloved and memorable actor. Richard's interview for : Click here IMDBWiki titled "The Masks".
Walker has 159 entries on his IMDB page for 41 years of acting: IMDBWiki Known the world over as the little nerdy guy with the square-ish glasses in "American Graffiti", Charles Martin Smith has come a very long way since the big-screen debut of himself, Ron Howard, and George Lucas.
I use the term "largely uncredited" because, although you could see their names in the credits rolling at the end of the television show or movie, their names were usually up there on the screen for such a short period of time, that you never really got the chance to associate the role with that individual.
I wanted to pay tribute to these individuals I grew up watching.
If you see Charles Napier even once, you won't soon forget him.
Whether he is playing Colonel Briggs in an A-Team episode ["Fire"], a peace-loving hippie in a Star Trek episode ["The Way To Eden"], or - in full contrast - an angry mob-inciting racist in this year's "The Goods", this Alpha Male of supporting actors has come to personify what a character actor really is.
The son of a freed slave [according to his IMDB page], he had a particular interest in fighting for the freedoms already enjoyed in America by its white citizens.