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W. Earl Brown

W. Earl Brown

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    • September 7th, 1963
William Earl Brown is an American actor, writer, producer, and musician. He is perhaps best known for his role as Dan Dority on the HBO series Deadwood. He also played Kenny in the 1996 film Scream and Warren in the 1998 film There's Something About Mary. More recently, he voiced and filmed performance capture for the character Bill in Naughty Dog's 2013 survival horror action video game The Last of Us. He also appeared in the series American Crime and Preacher, and in the Johnny Depp true-crime film Black Mass (2015).

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Filmography

Acting (38 Credits)

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2019Deadwood: The Movie as Dan Dority
2019The Highwaymen as Ivy Methvin
2017Superstition as The Dredge
2015Black Mass as John Martorano
2015American Crime as Tom Carlin
2014After the Fall
2014Wild as Frank
2014Draft Day as Ralph Mowry
2013Beneath the Harvest Sky as RogerWatch Free
2013A Single Shot as Puffy
2013The Lone Ranger as Stache
2012The Sessions as Rod
2012Blue-Eyed Butcher as Thomas Dean
2010Bloodworth as Brady Bloodworth
2010The Last Rites of Ransom Pride as Matthew
2005The Big White as Jimbo
2005Kids in America as Boss McGinn
2004The Last Shot as Willie Gratzo
2004Deadwood as Dan Dority
2003Dunsmore as Ronny Roy PritcherWatch Free
2003Pauly Shore Is Dead as Bucky From Kentucky
2001Sugar & Spice as Hank 'Terminator' Rogers
2001Vanilla Sky as Barman
2000Dancing at the Blue Iguana as Bobby
2000Lost Souls as William Kelson
1999Being John Malkovich as First J.M. Inc. Customer
1998There's Something About Mary as Warren Jensen
1998Deep Impact as McCloud
1997Bella Mafia as Fredrico Luciano
1997Kiss the Girls as Locksmith
1996Scream as Kenny
1996The Cherokee Kid as Calloway
1996Project: ALF as Ernie
1995Vampire in Brooklyn as Thrasher
1995Without Evidence as GraceWatch Free
1994New Nightmare as Morgue Attendant
1992The Babe as Herb Pennock
1991Backdraft as Paramedic

Himself (1 Credits)

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