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Jon Polito war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler. Jon Polito (* Dezember in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; † 1. September in Duarte, Kalifornien) war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler. Wenn er durchdrehte, gingen die anderen in Deckung: Jon Polito, bekannt aus den Filmen der Coen-Brüder, ist im Alter von 65 Jahren. Alle Infos zu Jon Polito, bekannt aus The Big Lebowski und American Gangster. Interview, Porträt, Filmografie, Bilder und Videos zum Star Jon Polito | kulmungi.se

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Fontana assured him that he would be brought back later in the season, but Polito was unhappy and criticized the producers publicly, an action he later regretted.

This further infuriated Polito, who again complained to the media, triggering a public slagging match between him and Fontana. Interviewed about the situation in , Polito expressed regret for his handling of the matter.

He noted that he and Fontana subsequently patched up their differences, and as a result the Crosetti character returned to make a farewell appearance as a spirit in Homicide: The Movie.

Polito was a regular in the Coen brothers movies appearing in five of their films. They approached him to play the part of The Dane in Miller's Crossing , but after reading the script he turned them down saying he would only play the Italian gangster Johnny Caspar.

The Coens auditioned several other actors but eventually used Polito after they made him read his entire role cold. He was offered the role of Lou Breeze in their next film Barton Fink , in a role which was written especially for him.

Again he turned down the Coens offer saying he wanted to play the part of movie producer Jack Lipnick. Actress Frances McDormand persuaded him to take the role saying it would change his career.

Polito won an Obie Award in for his theater performances off Broadway and for his lifetime of work in film and television he received the Maverick Spirit Event Award at Cinequest Film Festival in He had an older brother and sister, Rosemary Simpson and Jack Polito , an animator.

He died from multiple myeloma on September 1, , [11] at the City of Hope Hospital, where he was being treated.

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Critical Condition [13]. I did not get to work with Sean Connery, which is still a great regret in my life.

Although we're in the same movie, I'm one degree from him. Because I was in the same film, but I didn't get to work with him because he was in the flashback sequences.

I just remember it being a lot of fun to shoot both in London and in New York. We came to New York for locations as well. I didn't quite figure out what the hell was going on.

It's a tough movie to figure out. And, of course, Christopher Lambert is a very interesting actor, but him playing the Scotsman is just hysterical, I think.

I think the film is really a lot of fun to watch as a camp classic. I love the idea of you got so many accents.

There couldn't be more accents. But one of the great gifts of that movie was getting to meet Clancy Brown, who played the bad guy.

And Clancy was just a real force to be reckoned with. I remember loving Clancy as a person and loving his performance.

There was a director that I had loved, Michael Apted, who'd done a great series of documentaries on these young kids growing up [the "Up" series].

I was a fan of his and I got to work with someone I totally loved, which was Richard Pryor. The amazing thing about that movie to me was that the two scenes where I meet him in prison and then there's a trial scene, the trial scene was one of the funniest scenes I've ever read.

I thought it was gonna play like blockbusters. But when we got on the set, it was the first time I realized--because this is pre-my really good film work and I hadn't done that much film--when I got on the set, Richard Pryor mostly improvised the scene.

So it threw me. It didn't throw me off acting-wise. I remember him turning to me and saying to me, "I'm gonna just run with this.

He didn't say one line from the script. So that was a little disorienting, but the scene plays pretty well and it's kinda funny.

Mickey Rourke. He was a bad boy. First of all, I'm working with [Christopher Walken]. I had done Measure for Measure" with [him] at Yale years before, and I think he's brilliant.

And it was such a joy to be working with him again. He's playing my flunky in this movie called "Homeboy". But it's also Mickey Rourke, who wrote the script, although he uses a different name for the writer on the script.

But it's really his script. It was not very well directed, I thought. Because there was an awful lot of listening to everything that Mickey Rourke was saying.

I thought he was much better when he was challenged by people. But the great part for me was, I had to go up to the boxing ring and he was gonna try an improv and I could see him preparing for something and he asked for a piece of chocolate.

But he didn't know I was watching him and he was going to spit this chocolate on me as I was trying to yell at him in the ring.

So I remember just as we were getting to filming that part and he shoved this chocolate up his mouth and I'm watching him, just as we're about to rehearse, I said, "You're not gonna spit at me are ya?

And he spit right next to me. But he was very angry that I ruined his improv. I thought it was a great moment. And he was tolerant of me.

For God's sake, anybody who's worked with me has been extremely tolerant of me. So I love Mickey Rourke.

El Gato was brilliant. That was an insane role. Basically, the word I got was an offer, there was no audition.

They said, "We've got a gay Hispanic drug-dealing, drug-taking lunatic, and we thought of you. That's perfect.

It was the most tasteless thing. And then I said, "Well, what about if we never show his hands?

I thought, "When am I gonna get the chance to play a queen who wears gloves? So I would never show my hands. And I asked for padded shoulders and everything.

One of the best scenes, I think, is the scene where I'm actually outside wearing black shorts and I have on a polyester shirt, in which I have inserted padded shoulders.

I think that shows just about how tasteless this guy was. I love the character. Also, there was a great moment there.

I remembered there were some beautiful boys that were these extras. And there was one boy in particular that had this long, beautiful hair.

And since I was bald, I said to the casting people, "Keep that boy in my scenes. Always in my scenes. So every time you see me looking sweaty and bald that there's this beautiful boy in the back.

Keep him as contrast. I always loved the idea of surrounding yourself with different colors and palettes. I, of course, loved Matthew Broderick I.

And the [Marlon Brando] situation was, I remember I was in the hotel and we hadn't worked yet. I hadn't worked with Brando.

And I was staying at the famous hotel in Toronto that everybody stays in. I can't remember the name right now. And I got into the elevator.

There was somebody with a hat on in the corner and I got in and faced front as one does. And I could feel this incredible energy.

Really just energy, behind me. And I turned around and it was Brando with this big, wide-brim hat on. And, of course, I was all perky" "Oh, I'm gonna work with you.

He's about 5-foot-6, I believe. Or 5-foot He was incredibly heavy and looked like an older man. He was 65 at the time. But I had thought to myself, "That man truly has a palpable aura about him.

And then, of course, I watched what he did with his makeup. First of all, he does his own makeup. He's not in the makeup room.

He does it in his trailer with his makeup man. But he does it in the old theater way of looking in the mirror and doing your own makeup.

That, he put together, along with the fact that the design of his character had Frankenstein shoes on that actually added, I think, six inches to his feet.

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He's playing my flunky in this movie called "Homeboy". But it's also Mickey Rourke, who wrote the script, although he uses a different name for the writer on the script.

But it's really his script. It was not very well directed, I thought. Because there was an awful lot of listening to everything that Mickey Rourke was saying.

I thought he was much better when he was challenged by people. But the great part for me was, I had to go up to the boxing ring and he was gonna try an improv and I could see him preparing for something and he asked for a piece of chocolate.

But he didn't know I was watching him and he was going to spit this chocolate on me as I was trying to yell at him in the ring.

So I remember just as we were getting to filming that part and he shoved this chocolate up his mouth and I'm watching him, just as we're about to rehearse, I said, "You're not gonna spit at me are ya?

And he spit right next to me. But he was very angry that I ruined his improv. I thought it was a great moment.

And he was tolerant of me. For God's sake, anybody who's worked with me has been extremely tolerant of me.

So I love Mickey Rourke. El Gato was brilliant. That was an insane role. Basically, the word I got was an offer, there was no audition.

They said, "We've got a gay Hispanic drug-dealing, drug-taking lunatic, and we thought of you. That's perfect. It was the most tasteless thing.

And then I said, "Well, what about if we never show his hands? I thought, "When am I gonna get the chance to play a queen who wears gloves?

So I would never show my hands. And I asked for padded shoulders and everything. One of the best scenes, I think, is the scene where I'm actually outside wearing black shorts and I have on a polyester shirt, in which I have inserted padded shoulders.

I think that shows just about how tasteless this guy was. I love the character. Also, there was a great moment there.

I remembered there were some beautiful boys that were these extras. And there was one boy in particular that had this long, beautiful hair.

And since I was bald, I said to the casting people, "Keep that boy in my scenes. Always in my scenes. So every time you see me looking sweaty and bald that there's this beautiful boy in the back.

Keep him as contrast. I always loved the idea of surrounding yourself with different colors and palettes. I, of course, loved Matthew Broderick I.

And the [Marlon Brando] situation was, I remember I was in the hotel and we hadn't worked yet.

I hadn't worked with Brando. And I was staying at the famous hotel in Toronto that everybody stays in.

I can't remember the name right now. And I got into the elevator. There was somebody with a hat on in the corner and I got in and faced front as one does.

And I could feel this incredible energy. Really just energy, behind me. And I turned around and it was Brando with this big, wide-brim hat on.

And, of course, I was all perky" "Oh, I'm gonna work with you. He's about 5-foot-6, I believe. Or 5-foot He was incredibly heavy and looked like an older man.

He was 65 at the time. But I had thought to myself, "That man truly has a palpable aura about him. And then, of course, I watched what he did with his makeup.

First of all, he does his own makeup. He's not in the makeup room. He does it in his trailer with his makeup man. But he does it in the old theater way of looking in the mirror and doing your own makeup.

That, he put together, along with the fact that the design of his character had Frankenstein shoes on that actually added, I think, six inches to his feet.

So he was walking on these massive Frankenstein-type shoes, you know? So he made himself into this massive powerhouse. It was a beautiful transition to watch this simple man being such a genteel gentleman and then turning into this massive iconic figure of a Don Corleone sort of character.

That was a great experience. I'd never seen anything like it. People used to say he would fly in for a week, fly out for other movies.

That movie, he was there. He stayed. He was there and he was working a lot and he was having a really great time. And then we shot in New York.

He was terrific then. But we were back in Toronto, doing the end of the film, and they waited until the very end to do the ice-skating scene.

Now, this is a year-old man ice-skating. That man fell so many times during that shoot. It was unbelievable.

He was falling on the ice. It was a very, very rough shoot. Now, the producer. I think his name was Mike Lobell. I don't think Brando was terribly fond of Mike Lobell.

And Mike Lobell was gonna throw a party at one point and Brando threw it himself. That kind of stuff. But anyway, I believe the scuttlebutt was, Brando was to stay an extra week.

And he had been there for the full six- to eight-week shoot. And he asked for another million dollars and he was told no. He said, "If you don't pay me this extra million dollars, then I will bad-mouth this film.

The next day he came out and all the papers are saying it's the worst film he'd ever been involved with. They paid him the million dollars the following day and the day after that, he came out and said he loved doing the film!

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Phil Bartoli uncredited. Phil Bartoli. Show all 16 episodes. Eddie Van Platt. Polito was initially reluctant to audition for Homicide as he didn't want to move to Baltimore for the series, having just relocated from New York City to Los Angeles.

His agents sent him the script anyway, featuring a dialogue scene between a Polish-American and an Irish-American detective.

Polito preferred the Irish detective role, but was told that he could only do the Polish one. After reading for the part Polito added a message on his audition tape saying that if the producers wanted to call him back he would only be interested if he could take the part of the Irish detective.

The show was rating poorly and the producers were under pressure from NBC to include a new female character Megan Russert in the hope of gaining broader appeal.

As a result, they decided to write out Polito's character at the end of Season 2. Fontana assured him that he would be brought back later in the season, but Polito was unhappy and criticized the producers publicly, an action he later regretted.

This further infuriated Polito, who again complained to the media, triggering a public slagging match between him and Fontana.

Interviewed about the situation in , Polito expressed regret for his handling of the matter. He noted that he and Fontana subsequently patched up their differences, and as a result the Crosetti character returned to make a farewell appearance as a spirit in Homicide: The Movie.

Polito was a regular in the Coen brothers movies appearing in five of their films. They approached him to play the part of The Dane in Miller's Crossing , but after reading the script he turned them down saying he would only play the Italian gangster Johnny Caspar.

The Coens auditioned several other actors but eventually used Polito after they made him read his entire role cold.

He was offered the role of Lou Breeze in their next film Barton Fink , in a role which was written especially for him. Again he turned down the Coens offer saying he wanted to play the part of movie producer Jack Lipnick.

Actress Frances McDormand persuaded him to take the role saying it would change his career. Polito won an Obie Award in for his theater performances off Broadway and for his lifetime of work in film and television he received the Maverick Spirit Event Award at Cinequest Film Festival in He had an older brother and sister, Rosemary Simpson and Jack Polito , an animator.

He died from multiple myeloma on September 1, , [11] at the City of Hope Hospital, where he was being treated.

Polito was 65 years old. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jon Polito. Philadelphia , Pennsylvania , U.

Duarte , California , U. Darryl Armbruster m. This section contains embedded lists that may be poorly defined, unverified or indiscriminate.

Please help to clean it up to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Where appropriate, incorporate items into the main body of the article.

October Jon Polito, a favorite of the Coen Brothers". The A. Retrieved September 2, The Groucho Reviews.

March 5, Retrieved March 22, Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved August 29, September 2, The New York Times. Retrieved September 5, September 29, July 8, Retrieved September 1, British Film Institute.

Retrieved September 3, Retrieved September 4, Categories : births deaths 20th-century American male actors 21st-century American male actors Male actors from Philadelphia American male film actors American male stage actors American male television actors American male video game actors American male voice actors American people of Italian descent Deaths from cancer in California Deaths from multiple myeloma Gay actors LGBT entertainers from the United States LGBT people from Pennsylvania Male actors of Italian descent.

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Jon Polito in The Gangster Chronicles. Gangster Wars. The Clairvoyant [12]. Death of a Salesman [12]. Compromising Positions [12].

Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins [12]. Dream Lover [12]. Highlander [12]. A Deadly Business [12].

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