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Birth information

12 April 1936 Mt. Union, Kentucky, USA

Death information

5 October 2011 Bakersfield, California, USA

Given Name

Sr. Charles Whitnel Napier

How tall is Charles Napier?

1.8 m

Who is(are) his/her spouse(s)?

Delores 'Dee' Wilson
Dee Napier

Life Story of Charles Napier

Lively character actor who usually plays edgy military types and menacing bad guys, Charles Napier's roles have changed little since his debut in Russ Meyer's Cherry, Harry & Raquel! (1969). Napier went on appearing in other Meyer movies, including the homicidal Harry Sledge in Supervixens (1975) and also became a regular playing smaller roles for Jonathan Demme. His granite-like jaw and wide, gate-like grin have contributed to his many memorable portrayals of tough guys, notably the scheming intelligence officer up against Sylvester Stallone in Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985) and the short-tempered front man of the Good Ole Boys in The Blues Brothers (1980), where he delivers the masterful 'corn on the cob' line.

Significant features of Charles Napier

He frequently played generals.

How much money has Charles Napier earned?

Wacko (1982) $15,000

Publications and Magazines about Charles Napier

Charles Napier & Dante W Renzulli Square Jaw And Big Heart. 2011
Charles Napier, with Dante W. Renzulli, Jr. Square Jaw and Big Heart. 2011

What movies did Charles Napier play or participate?

Producers Filmography
Supervixens (1975) , Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970) ,
Actors Filmography
Archer (2011) Dr. Speltz, Rise and Fall of Tuck Johnson (2009) Harry Rammer, Life Blood (2009) Sherrif Tillman, The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard (2009) Dick Lewiston, Shadowheart (2009) Sheriff Sanders, The River Bridge (2008) Chuck, One-Eyed Monster (2008) Mohtz, Cold Case (2008) Hal Chaney '08, Black Crescent Moon (2008) Father Woods, Your Name Here (2008) Chuck, Curb Your Enthusiasm (2007) Bert's Dad, Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (2007)...

Birth information

12 April 1936 Mt. Union, Kentucky, USA

Death information

5 October 2011 Bakersfield, California, USA

Given Name

Sr. Charles Whitnel Napier

How tall is Charles Napier?

1.8 m

Who is(are) his/her spouse(s)?

Delores 'Dee' Wilson
Dee Napier

Life Story of Charles Napier

Lively character actor who usually plays edgy military types and menacing bad guys, Charles Napier's roles have changed little since his debut in Russ Meyer's Cherry, Harry & Raquel! (1969). Napier went on appearing in other Meyer movies, including the homicidal Harry Sledge in Supervixens (1975) and also became a regular playing smaller roles for Jonathan Demme. His granite-like jaw and wide, gate-like grin have contributed to his many memorable portrayals of tough guys, notably the scheming intelligence officer up against Sylvester Stallone in Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985) and the short-tempered front man of the Good Ole Boys in The Blues Brothers (1980), where he delivers the masterful 'corn on the cob' line.

Significant features of Charles Napier

He frequently played generals.

How much money has Charles Napier earned?

Wacko (1982) $15,000

Publications and Magazines about Charles Napier

Charles Napier & Dante W Renzulli Square Jaw And Big Heart. 2011
Charles Napier, with Dante W. Renzulli, Jr. Square Jaw and Big Heart. 2011

What movies did Charles Napier play or participate?

Producers Filmography
Supervixens (1975) , Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970) ,
Actors Filmography
Archer (2011) Dr. Speltz, Rise and Fall of Tuck Johnson (2009) Harry Rammer, Life Blood (2009) Sherrif Tillman, The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard (2009) Dick Lewiston, Shadowheart (2009) Sheriff Sanders, The River Bridge (2008) Chuck, One-Eyed Monster (2008) Mohtz, Cold Case (2008) Hal Chaney '08, Black Crescent Moon (2008) Father Woods, Your Name Here (2008) Chuck, Curb Your Enthusiasm (2007) Bert's Dad, Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (2007)...

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Charles Napier in Body Count - Die Mathematik des Schreckens (1986)

Appeared in 10 films directed by Jonathan Demme.

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Charles Napier in One-Eyed Monster (2008)

Roger Ebert often referred to him as "that character actor with a smile like Jaws".

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Michael Lerner and Charles Napier in Maniac Cop 2 (1990)

Appeared on Dr. Phil (2002) with his wife to discuss his obsession with being famous.

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Claudia Christian, Michael Lerner, and Charles Napier in Maniac Cop 2 (1990)

Played in two Kentucky high school state basketball championships

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Charles Napier in Tödliche Umarmung (1979)

Served with the 11th Airborne.

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Alix Elias and Charles Napier in Flotte Sprüche auf Kanal 9 (1977)

His role in Walter Hill's Hard Times (1975) was cut from the final print.

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Charles Napier in Das Schweigen der Lämmer (1991)

Provided the growls for TV's The Incredible Hulk (1977).

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Anthony Hopkins and Charles Napier in Das Schweigen der Lämmer (1991)

Was in two "Star Trek" series as diametrically-opposed characters: the Star Trek: The Original Series (1966) episode, Star Trek: The Original Series: The Way to Eden (1969), as the paradise-seeking hippie "Adam", and in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993) episode, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Little Green Men (1995), as the no-nonsense "Gen. Denning" at Area 51 who interrogates the Ferengi Quark, Rom and Nog.

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Charles Napier in Das Schweigen der Lämmer (1991)

Appeared in four Russ Meyer movies: Cherry, Harry & Raquel! (1969) (in which he went full frontal), Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970) and The Seven Minutes (1971) (both of which he kept his clothes on), and Supervixens (1975) (in which he used a humongous rubber phallus or dildo as a "stand-in").

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Anthony Hopkins and Charles Napier in Das Schweigen der Lämmer (1991)

Napier starred in one of the first widely shown films to contain full frontal male nudity: Cherry, Harry & Raquel! (1969). It was such an event that "Variety", the Bible of Hollywood trade papers, contacted Napier's mother to find out her reaction to her son appearing in what was known in the exploitation industry as a "pickle shot."

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Charles Napier in Supervixens - Eruption (1975)

Was friends with Hunter S. Thompson, and Bill Bixby.

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Anthony Hopkins and Charles Napier in Das Schweigen der Lämmer (1991)

Enjoyed painting with watercolors.

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Charles Napier and Fred Ward in Miami Blues (1990)

The second of three children born to a tobacco farmer (Linus Pitts Napier; died 1991, aged 102). and a homemaker, Charles Napier was stationed in Germany for three years while in the Army, serving with the 11th Airborne.. He later earned a bachelor's degree in art from Western Kentucky University in 1961 and worked as a substitute teacher after arriving in Los Angeles in the mid-1960s.

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Tony Hale, Ken Jeong, and Charles Napier in The Goods - Schnelle Autos, etc.

Although not a professional country-western singer, he portrayed a fictional one - Tucker McElroy of the Good Ol' Boys - in the movie The Blues Brothers (1980). Moreover, he was once asked in real life for "McElroy's" autograph...and gave it.

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Victor Brandt, Deborah Downey, Charles Napier, etc.

He is survived by sons Charles Edwin Whitnel (B. June 23, 1964) and Charles Hunter Napier (B. May 10, 1988), and daughter Meghan Sara Lena Napier (B. June 11, 1991).

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Phyllis Douglas, Deborah Downey, Skip Homeier, etc.

He made guest appearances on both Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993) and Superman: The Animated Series (1996).

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Victor Brandt, Deborah Downey, Charles Napier, etc.

Napier played a prison warden on at least 3 separate, unrelated occasions: Ernest Goes to Jail (1990); in a 1999 episode of Walker, Texas Ranger (1993) (Walker, Texas Ranger: Fight or Die (1999)); and in several episodes of The Simpsons (1989).

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Victor Brandt, Phyllis Douglas, Deborah Downey, Skip Homeier, Charles Napier, etc.

Appeared on Star Trek before providing the "voice" of the Incredible Hulk. Hulk's alter ego, Bruce Banner, was later played by Eric Bana, who went on to appear in the reboot Star Trek (2009).

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Victor Brandt, Phyllis Douglas, Deborah Downey, Skip Homeier, Charles Napier, etc.

He played a US Army officer who was involved in the Roswell UFO Incident in both Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Little Green Men (1995) and Roswell: Summer of '47 (2000).

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Victor Brandt, Phyllis Douglas, Deborah Downey, Charles Napier, etc.

Having a cameo in Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999), there's a joke about Dr. Evil getting away in a rocket that looks like a woman's husband's one-eyed monster. Ironically, ten years later, he starred in a movie titled One-Eyed Monster (2008).

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Victor Brandt, Phyllis Douglas, Deborah Downey, Skip Homeier, Charles Napier, etc.

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Victor Brandt, Phyllis Douglas, Deborah Downey, Skip Homeier, Charles Napier, etc.

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Phyllis Douglas, Deborah Downey, Charles Napier, etc.

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David Bradley, Charles Napier, and Yuji Okumoto in Hard Attack - Tatort Knast (1995)

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David Bradley, Charles Napier, and Yuji Okumoto in Hard Attack - Tatort Knast (1995)

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Charles Napier in Shadowheart (2009)

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