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S3E18 - Still Toking with John Savage (Multi-Award Winning Actor)

Still Toking with John Savage (Multi-Award Winning Actor)

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Join us we dive into the mind of Multi-Award Winning Actor John Savage. He'll take us on his journey from "The Deer Hunter" along "The Thin Red Line" and finally meeting "Eye to Eye". ————————————————— This episode is sponsored by Deadly Grounds Coffee "Its good to get a little Deadly" ————————————————— Check out Toking with the Dead Episode 1 Buy awesome Merchandise! ————————————— Follow John ————————————————— Follow Still Toking With and their friends! ————————————— Produced by Leo Pond and The Dorkening Podcast Network Dead Dork Radio Check out Green Matters: S.J.NETWORK John Savage has appeared in more than 200 feature films, short films, recurring roles in television series and guest appearances in episodes of television series. One of Savage's first notable roles is as Claude Bukowski in the 1979 film Hair.[4][5] His first major film role was as Steven Pushkov in the multiple Oscar-winning 1978 film The Deer Hunter.[6] He also had a lead role in the 1979 film The Onion Field.[7] Savage discussing Hair at Sofia International Film Festival, March 2017 In the late 1970s, he performed in the Broadway production of David Mamet's play American Buffalo.[8] In 1991, he starred in Italian director Lucio Fulci's final film Door to Silence.[9] He then had a brief role in the 1998 war film The Thin Red Line,[10] portrayed Captain Ransom in the two part episode Equinox of the television series Star Trek: Voyager in 1999,[11] and appeared in the recurring role of Donald Lydecker in the first and second seasons of the 2000 television series Dark Angel.[12] Savage appeared in the recurring role of Henry Scudder in the HBO television series Carnivàle between 2003 and 2005.[13] He appeared in unrelated roles in two of the series in the Law & Order franchise: the 2004 Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode "Conscience" as a man who put his wife in a permanent coma, and the 2005 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episode "Quarry" as a child molester on death row for murdering one of his victims.[14] Savage starred in the 2015 horror film Tales of Halloween,[15] the 2017 film In Dubious Battle,[16] and on the 2017 continuation of the television show Twin Peaks.[17] In 2017, Savage spoke at a tribute honoring director Richard Donner, held by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.[18] In 2018, he appeared on the television show Goliath.[19] In the same year, Savage lent his voice to a monologue on the title track of the album This Town by Steve Smith of Dirty Vegas.[20] In 2019 Savage played the role of The Narrator in fantasy crime drama Karma[citation needed] from award-winning filmmaker Bizhan Tong, having collaborated with him earlier that year. They would once again collaborate on the international pandemic thriller Lockdown

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