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  That '70s Show – Official Website
Kurtwood Smith was born in Wisconsin and raised in Northern California.
Smith has also made a name for himself on the big screen.
In the mid-'90s Smith starred in a quirky short film, "12:01 P.M.," about a man caught in a time warp, which was nominated for an Oscar in the "Best Short Film" category.
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  Kurtwood Smith - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kurtwood Larson Smith (born July 3, 1943 in New Lisbon, Wisconsin) is an American television and film character actor.
Smith's other notable role was playing Clarence Boddicker, a villainous character described by critics as "a smiling sadist with sordid savoir-faire," in the influential science-fiction film RoboCop.
Recently rumors have been circulating that Kurtwood Smith may join the sixth season of 24, as several actors from the film Robocop have appeared during the fifth season, most notably Peter Weller as one of the main threats, Ray Wise as the vice president, and Paul McCrane as the manipulating Graham.
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 That '70s Show :: Kurtwood Smith :: That '70s Central
Kurtwood Smith was born in Wisconsin and raised in Northern California.
Smith has also made a name for himself on the big screen.
In the mid-‘90s Smith starred in a quirky short film, “12:01 P.M.,” about a man caught in a time warp, which was nominated for an Oscar in the “Best Short Film” category.
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 CityBeat: That '70s Dad (2000-02-24)
Smith plays Red Forman, the father of series protagonist Eric Forman (Topher Grace).
Smith is probably best known for his role as the stern father in Dead Poets Society.
The show goes into hiatus soon, and like all good TV stars, Kurtwood Smith would like to make use of his time off with a few movie parts.
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 Zap2it - TV news - 'That '70s Show' Turns the Tables for Kurtwood Smith
Smith steps to the fore Tuesday (Nov. 27) with a storyline that causes cracks in Red's acerbic facade.
Smith got the part of Red after a casting director, Marc Hirschfeld, introduced him to the show's creators, Bonnie Turner and Terry Turner.
Smith says he enjoys a good relationship with the younger cast members, but his role as father figure doesn't extend too far off camera.
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 Kurtwood Smith - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki
Actor Kurtwood Smith (born 3 July 1943, age 63) played several different roles on Star Trek, spanning a movie and two series.
Smith has had roles in several other feature films, including Dead Poets Society (1989) (with Norman Lloyd), To Die For (1995), and Girl, Interrupted (1999).
Smith also appeared in the 1986 mini-series North and South, Book II, co-starring TNG's Jonathan Frakes and Voyager guest star James Read and guest-starring Jean Simmons, David Ogden Stiers, and Anthony Zerbe.
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 That '70s Show Hangout!
Smith was in Toronto a few weeks ago to guest on Open Mike With Mike Bullard.
Smith says his own stepfather, who passed away just before That '70s Show premiered in 1998, was a lot like Red.
Smith says '70s Show producers Bonnie and Terry Turner and Mark Brazill modeled Red after their own fathers rather than any past TV dads.
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 Kurtwood Smith Photos - Kurtwood Smith News - Kurtwood Smith Information
Kurtwood Smith is perhaps best known for his roles as Red Forman on That 70's Show.
Kurtwood Smith was born on July 3rd, 1943, in New Lisbon, Wisconsin.
Kurtwood: Soldier of Orange and Spetters both have Rutger Hauer, but The Fourth Man is Jereon Krabbe.
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 Kurtwood Smith - Moviefone
Character actor Kurtwood Smith was educated at Stanford University, then worked briefly as a drama teacher before distinguished himself on the San...
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 Kurtwood Smith Time Travels
Time travel was also the theme of Smith's best-known Trek appearance, crazed captain Annorax from Voyager's "Year of Hell." Annorax used a timeship to alter history for the benefit of his species, but in the process, he caused the deaths of millions, including his beloved wife.
Smith's only complaint with Voyager was the "weird" makeup, which he thought made it look like there was "mold growing with a doorbell on my temple." But it was a lot better than Thrax's makeup.
Smith says he continually forgets that the show is set in the 1970s.
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 Kurtwood Smith News
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KURTWOOD SMITH HAS one of those faces that inspires people to say, 'He's somebody.' 'It's true.
N eptune filmmaker Warren F. Disbrow is showing a horror movie 'with no crosses, coffins or other things associated with vampires.' Michael Dean, Manalapan actor and producer, is portraying a 'bad 20ish...
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 The Film Asylum Review - Fortress (Christopher Lambert, Kurtwood Smith)
In a future America where a one-child per couple policy is strictly enforced, John Brennick (Lambert) and his pregnant wife Karen (Locklyn) are imprisoned in a hi-tech, heavy-surveillance prison where no one can escape, and every move and thought are monitored by a sadistic warden who likes to watch.
Smith should give you a clue), we also have a hi-tech computer/security camera known as Zed-10 that tracks every prisoner‘s thought and action and of course can dish out punishment (and thus is far more efficient than the average prison guard).
Kurtwood Smith’s warden character is named Poe, director Stuart Gordon directed a version of Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Pit and the Pendulum” (featuring Jeffrey Combs in a small role).
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 Dave Matthews and Kurtwood Smith To Guest Star On House
Kurtwood Smith spent eight seasons playing the hugely popular Red Foreman on That '70s Show and is currently shooting the cable pilot Insatiable opposite Andie MacDowell.
Smith has been featured in such successful films as Girl, Interrupted, Dead Poets Society, Deep Impact, Citizen Ruth, A Time to Kill, Broken Arrow, Under Siege 2: Dark Territory, To Die For, Boxing Helena, Fortress, The Crush, True Believer and in the memorable role of "Clarence Boddicker" in RoboCop, among others.
Smith also starred in the short film "12:01 P.M.," about a man caught in a time warp; it was nominated for an Oscar in the Best Short Film category.
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 Kurtwood Smith
Kurtwood Smith says strangers often approach him on the street, pleading to be called a dumb-ass as only Smith can utter the insult.
Smith was an infant when his real father, a fighter pilot in World War II, died after being shot down on a bombing run over Germany.
Smith suspects he is the world's only Kurtwood.
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 Kurtwood Smith as Red Forman
Kurtwood Smith was born on July 3rd 1943 in New Lisbon, Wisconsin, but was raised in California.
He studied drama at the College of San Mateo and San Jose State and earned a drama fellowship for Stanford's MFA program.
Even though he doesn't show it, his heart is as soft as a marshmallow...
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 Hard Scrambled [Kurtwood Smith / Richard Edson / Alanna Ubach / David Scott Hay ] Polly Staffle - Movie & DVD ...
Smith has played the character Red on the television show “That 70’s Show”; so well, I see him as actually being the the loud and obnoxious, but lovable dad of Topher Grace’s Eric Forman in real life.
Here Smith shows he doesn’t have to earn a living off of that one character forever.
He actually has a soft side as he tries to play the father figure to the younger males around him and it seems as though part of the reason he so badly wants to keep his job is to be near Alice.
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 JS Online: Kurtwood Smith 'Takes Five'
Smith, 61, was born in New Lisbon, Wis. He moved with his family to northern California when he was 10.
After teaching at a junior college and working in regional theater for a few years, he moved to Los Angeles and launched a film and television career.
John de Lancie (Smith's friend and fellow Hollywood actor) produced this piece in Pasadena three years ago, and I was in that.
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 Amazon.com: Fortress: DVD: Christopher Lambert,Kurtwood Smith,Loryn Locklin,Clifton Collins Jr.,Lincoln ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Imprisoned for their crime, the couple is sent to a maximum security prison called The Fortress and are tormented by its despotic director, Poe (Kurtwood Smith).
John and Karen, forcibly separated, soon encounter the warden of the prison, a brutal thug played by veteran actor Kurtwood Smith, and the computer that runs the prison.
Kurtwood Smith always does a good job, and Jeffrey Coombs may well be one of the greatest B movie stars in the history of cinema.
www.amazon.com /Fortress-Stuart-Gordon/dp/0784012245   (2383 words)

  
 »»Kurtwood-Smith Movie Reviews««
Kurtwood Smith is perfect as the district attorney.
Lastly, and undoubtably most memorable, is Kurtwood Smith as the ultra-violent gang leader Clarence Boddicker.
The city is terrorized by a gang of thugs, headed by Clarence Boddicer ("That 70's Show" Kurtwood Smith) and his men.
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 Kurtwood Smith @ Filmbug   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Kurtwood Smith can currently be seen on Fox's hit comedy That '70s Show.
He is a seasoned actor whose film credits include Deep Impact, A Time to Kill, To Die For, Dead Poets Society, RoboCop and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.
Smith has also made guest appearances on such popular television shows as Star Trek: Voyager, The X Files and Picket Fences.
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 Kurtwood Smith - Photos, Bio and News for Kurtwood Smith | TVGuide.com
Kurtwood Smith - Photos, Bio and News for Kurtwood Smith
Kurtwood Smith Pictures, News, Biography, Filmography, Video and More on Starpulse.com
Hugh, Dave Matthews and Kurtwood Smith explain the set up of the episode.
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 Kurtwood Smith at Hollywood.com
Kurtwood Smith is an award-winning stage actor whose work in TV and motion pictures has oft been in WASPy roles, or those of an uptight or even villainous nature.
Despite his inroads in film and TV, Smith has continued to appear in theatrical productions, including as a doctor treating AIDS patients in the 1996 production of "A Quiet End".
Smith first appeared in features in the small role of a security guard in "Roadie" (1980).
www.hollywood.com /celebrity/Kurtwood_Smith/191019   (1173 words)

  
 Kurtwood Smith DVDs at the best price
Actor(s) : Kurtwood Smith, James Woods, Robert Downey Jr.
Eddie Dodd, a New York lawyer, is persuaded to defend a young Korean after he is arrested for a crime that he did not commit.
In a future time when the population are allowed only one child per couple, Captain Brennick and his wife Karen are sent to a maximum security prison for...
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In addition to starring in the mini-series North & South II and The Nightmare Years, he appeared in telefilms such as A Bright Shining Lie, White Justice Sleeps, Doorways, The Christmas Gift, and The Renegades.
No stranger to the silver screen, Smith has appeared in several highly successful films including the 1998 Dreamworks film Deep Impact, critically acclaimed A Time to Kill, John Woo's Broken Arrow, Under Siege 2: Dark Territory, To Die For with Golden Globe winner Nicole Kidman and Academy award winning Dead Poet's Society with Robin Williams.
Kurtwood also had a starring role in short film 12:01PM which was nominated for an Oscar.
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 Kurtwood Smith Pictures, Biography, Filmography, News, Trailers,
Born July 03, 1942 - Character actor Kurtwood Smith was educated at Stanford University, then worked briefly as a drama teacher before distinguished himself on the San Francisco theatrical circuit.
Making his first fleeting film appearance in Roadie, Smith toiled away in quiet, mild-manner roles until finding his niche in oily villainy as the drug lord in Robocop (1987...
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 Classic TV & Movie Hits - Kurtwood Smith
Biography: Kurtwood Larson Smith (born July 3, 1943) is an American television and film actor.
He was born in New Lisbon, Wisconsin, but was raised in California.
Smith studied theater at the College of San Mateo and San Jose State University and earned a drama fellowship from Stanford University's Master of Fine arts program.
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 Amazon.ca: Fortress: Video: Stuart Gordon,Christopher Lambert,Kurtwood Smith,Loryn Locklin,Clifton Collins Jr.,Lincoln ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Actors: Christopher Lambert, Kurtwood Smith, Loryn Locklin, Clifton Collins Jr.
John Brennick (Christopher Lambert) and his wife Karen (Loryn Locklin) flee to Mexico when she becomes pregnant after the death of their first child.
They are captured by border police and sent to the Fortress, a subterranean high-security prison owned by the Men-Tel corporation and operated by "Zed-10," an omnipotent computer system, and a sadistic, genetically "enhanced" warden (Kurtwood Smith) who has nefarious plans involving Brennick's wife and unborn child.
www.amazon.ca /Fortress-Stuart-Gordon/dp/0784003785   (1005 words)

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