The versatile John Hurt (``The Elephant Man,'' ``The Hit,'' ``Midnight Express'' and scads of others) has a bit part
So far, the abbreviated list includes two books, a Broadway musical, a one-day return to the wrestling ring as a referee, regular appearances on the political talk-show circuit, a bit part
in his favorite soap opera and an interview with Playboy magazine.
He also has a bit part
in Michael Mann's ``Ali,'' to be released in December.
A BIT PART
actor seen by millions in films was wanted at the time for possessing heroin.
Hunter is equally winning in a less showy role, and Fred Willard has a cunning bit part
as legendary sportscaster Howard Cosell - basically, he plays how Cosell might have played Willard's scene-stealing role in last year's comedy ``Best in Show.
Aside from being a slavish love letter to the web company - and featuring John Goodman and Will Ferrell in thankless bit parts
- there aren't enough gags to call it a comedy.
Sure he's had bit parts
here and there, and was even engaged to actress Rachael Stirling at one point, but it's this edgy comedy for which he's earning the praise.
35pm From bit parts
in comedy series like The Green Green Grass and My Family, Morgana Robinson is flying solo with this offbeat ragbag of satirical sketches and character comedy, including Madolynn, a past-her-prime Hollywood siren.
I could never do it full-time, but if I only get little bit parts
, I'd be satisfied,'' said Patrick, 50.
After the war, numerous bit parts
in radio eventually won Carney a chance in television.
Fierce government repression, philosophical individualism, and the myth and transient reality of the frontier have played bit parts
in stifling American leftism, Iton admits.