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* CelebrityResemblance: Of the late Creator/PeterFalk, Dick Miller and Fred Ward [[CompositeCharacter rolled into one]], due to Falk, Miller, Ward and Grillo have similar craggy facial appearances, Grillo's voice having New York-accented gravelly voice as Falk's and Miller's, but with the gruffness of Miller's and Ward's, while also having the intense eyes, a sly grin and grizzled physicality of Ward.

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* CelebrityResemblance: Of the late Creator/PeterFalk, the late Dick Miller and Fred Ward [[CompositeCharacter rolled into one]], due to Falk, Miller, Ward and Grillo have similar craggy facial appearances, Grillo's voice having New York-accented gravelly voice as Falk's and Miller's, but with the gruffness of Miller's and Ward's, while also having the intense eyes, a sly grin and grizzled physicality of Ward.


** 2019 ''[[Film/Avengers4 Untitled Avengers Sequel]]''

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** 2019 ''[[Film/Avengers4 Untitled Avengers Sequel]]''''Film/AvengersEndgame''


* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse:
** 2014 ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'' as Brock Rumlow
** 2016 ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' as Brock Rumlow / Crossbones

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* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse:
** 2014 ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'' as Brock Rumlow
** 2016 ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar''
Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse as Brock Rumlow / CrossbonesCrossbones:
** 2014 ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier''
** 2016 ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar''
** 2019 ''[[Film/Avengers4 Untitled Avengers Sequel]]''

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* 2007 ''Series/TheKillPoint'' as Mr. Pig


* CelebrityResemblance: Of the late Peter Falk, Dick Miller and Fred Ward [[CompositeCharacter rolled into one]], due to Falk, Miller, Ward and Grillo have similar craggy facial appearances, Grillo's voice having New York-accented gravelly voice as Falk's and Miller's, but with the gruffness of Miller's and Ward's, while also having the intense eyes, a sly grin and grizzled physicality of Ward.

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* CelebrityResemblance: Of the late Peter Falk, Creator/PeterFalk, Dick Miller and Fred Ward [[CompositeCharacter rolled into one]], due to Falk, Miller, Ward and Grillo have similar craggy facial appearances, Grillo's voice having New York-accented gravelly voice as Falk's and Miller's, but with the gruffness of Miller's and Ward's, while also having the intense eyes, a sly grin and grizzled physicality of Ward.


* 2017 ''Film/{{Wheelman}}

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* 2017 ''Film/{{Wheelman}}
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* 2017 [[''Film/Wheelman]]

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* 2017 [[''Film/Wheelman]]''Film/{{Wheelman}}


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** Grillo had played a character associated with the sport of UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts in ''Film/{{Warrior}}'' and the television series ''Kingdom'', which is funny as Ward himself had participated in a similar sport of boxing, getting his nose broken four times.

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** Grillo had played a character associated with the sport of UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts in ''Film/{{Warrior}}'' and the television series ''Kingdom'', which is funny as Ward himself had participated in a similar sport of boxing, getting his nose broken four times.times, while Miller earned a prize title as a middleweight boxer.


* CelebrityResemblance: Of [[CompositeCharacter both]] the late Peter Falk and Fred Ward rolled into one, due to Falk, Ward and Grillo have similar craggy facial appearances, Grillo's voice having New York-accented gravelly voice as Falk's, but with the gruffness of Ward's, while also having the intense eyes, a sly grin and grizzled physicality of Ward.

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* CelebrityResemblance: Of the late Peter Falk, Dick Miller and Fred Ward [[CompositeCharacter both]] the late Peter Falk and Fred Ward rolled into one, one]], due to Falk, Miller, Ward and Grillo have similar craggy facial appearances, Grillo's voice having New York-accented gravelly voice as Falk's, Falk's and Miller's, but with the gruffness of Miller's and Ward's, while also having the intense eyes, a sly grin and grizzled physicality of Ward.

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** In addition to the bullet just above, Grillo's action roles and his role in ''Film/GangsterSquad'' can also draw comparisons to Falk's Oscar nominated performance as mob hitman 'Kid Twist' Reles in '' Murder, Inc''.


** Due to tough guy performances and physicality, Grillo had recently gain recognition in action film roles such as ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'', ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', ''Film/ThePurgeAnarchy'' and ''Film/ThePurgeElectionYear'', similar to Ward in the 1980s in his roles as such as ''Film/UncommonValor'' and ''Film/RemoWilliamsTheAdventureBegins'' for the same reasons as Grillo's.

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** Due to his tough guy performances acting and physicality, Grillo had recently gain recognition in action film roles such as ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'', ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', ''Film/ThePurgeAnarchy'' and ''Film/ThePurgeElectionYear'', similar to Ward in the 1980s in his roles as such as ''Film/UncommonValor'' and ''Film/RemoWilliamsTheAdventureBegins'' for the same reasons as Grillo's.


** Grillo's character Paterson from ''My Soul to Take'', complete with brown trench coat and somewhat raspy and gruff voice, loosely resembles Falk's famed television character Series/{{Columbo}} (which is a property of Creator/{{Universal}}, whose subsidiary Rogue Pictures distributed this film).
** Grillo's character as John Diaz in ''The Grey'' is a [[CompositeCharacter cross]] of actor Falk due to his voice pattern and vocal delivery and Ward's character Lonnie Reece from another survival thriller ''Film/SouthernComfort'' due to them being the HotBlooded members of a DwindlingParty.

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** Grillo's character Paterson from ''My Soul to Take'', ''Film/MySoulToTake'', complete with brown trench coat and somewhat raspy and gruff voice, loosely resembles Falk's famed television character Series/{{Columbo}} (which is a property of Creator/{{Universal}}, whose subsidiary Rogue Pictures distributed this film).
** Grillo's character as John Diaz in ''The Grey'' ''Film/TheGrey'' is a [[CompositeCharacter cross]] of actor a character played by Falk due to his voice pattern and vocal delivery and Ward's character Lonnie Reece from another survival thriller ''Film/SouthernComfort'' due to them being the HotBlooded members of a DwindlingParty.


* 2014–present ''Kingdom'' as Alvey Kulina

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* 2014–present ''Kingdom'' as Alvey KulinaKulina
!!Tropes Associated with Frank Grillo
* CelebrityResemblance: Of [[CompositeCharacter both]] the late Peter Falk and Fred Ward rolled into one, due to Falk, Ward and Grillo have similar craggy facial appearances, Grillo's voice having New York-accented gravelly voice as Falk's, but with the gruffness of Ward's, while also having the intense eyes, a sly grin and grizzled physicality of Ward.
** Grillo's character Paterson from ''My Soul to Take'', complete with brown trench coat and somewhat raspy and gruff voice, loosely resembles Falk's famed television character Series/{{Columbo}} (which is a property of Creator/{{Universal}}, whose subsidiary Rogue Pictures distributed this film).
** Grillo's character as John Diaz in ''The Grey'' is a [[CompositeCharacter cross]] of actor Falk due to his voice pattern and vocal delivery and Ward's character Lonnie Reece from another survival thriller ''Film/SouthernComfort'' due to them being the HotBlooded members of a DwindlingParty.
** Due to tough guy performances and physicality, Grillo had recently gain recognition in action film roles such as ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'', ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', ''Film/ThePurgeAnarchy'' and ''Film/ThePurgeElectionYear'', similar to Ward in the 1980s in his roles as such as ''Film/UncommonValor'' and ''Film/RemoWilliamsTheAdventureBegins'' for the same reasons as Grillo's.
** Grillo had played a character associated with the sport of UsefulNotes/MixedMartialArts in ''Film/{{Warrior}}'' and the television series ''Kingdom'', which is funny as Ward himself had participated in a similar sport of boxing, getting his nose broken four times.


* 2010 ''Film/EdgeOfDarkness'' as Agent One

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* 2010 ''Film/EdgeOfDarkness'' ''Film/{{Edge of Darkness|2010}}'' as Agent One

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