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Birthday: March 18, 1950
Place of birth: Huntington, West Virginia, USA
Citizenship: United States
Biography
Brad Dourif is an unusual character actor, in his role-gallery – portraits of murderers, sociopaths and other “lost souls”, revived to life in various horror films and fantastic projects.
Brad Dourif is an unusual character actor, in his role-gallery – portraits of murderers, sociopaths and other “lost souls”, revived to life in various horror films and fantastic projects. He began his acting career at the end of college, and for three years studying at the New York’s Circle Repertory honed his skills under the guidance of the famous playwright Sanford Meissner. Brad played in the production of “When Will You Come Back, Red Rider?” (“When You Comin ‘Back, Red Rider?”) And was noticed by director Milos Forman, who invited him in 1975 to shoot in the film “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” based on Ken’s novel of the same name Kizi. His role – the hero of Durif was a suicidal young man, Billy Bibbitt, a psychiatric clinic patient – became one of the most striking debuts in the history of cinema. Durif received the Golden Globe Award in the nomination Best Supporting Actor, and was also nominated for an Oscar. Later, the actor starred in Milos Forman in the movie “Ragtime” (“Ragtime”), worked with Alan Parker – “Mississippi on Fire” (“Mississippi Burning”) – and David Lynch – “Blue Velvet” (“Blue Velvet”) and “Dune” (“Dune”). However, in general, he was mainly shot in horror, mystical and fantastic thrillers: “The Exorcist III”, “Critters 4”, “Spontaneous Combustion”, ” “Nightwatch” … In the series “Children’s Play” Brad Durif plays only in the first part, and in all others – the voice of the doll Chucky. It should be noted that many film critics consider this particular zakadrovuyu work the most interesting of all that is in the film. For work in the fantastic horror thriller “Body Parts” (“Body Parts”) Brad Durif received the prize of the magazine “Fangoria”, and for one of the two main roles in the serious criminal drama Allen E. Goldstein “General Chain” (“Chaindance”) he In 1991 he was nominated for the Gini Award, which is considered the Canadian analogue of the Oscar.

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