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Powers Allen Boothe (June 1, 1948-May 14, 2017) was an American television and film actor, instantly recognizable for his gravelly voice, piercing eyes and [[AwesomeMcCoolname seriously badass name.]] He also wielded a BadassMoustache when he felt like it.

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Powers Allen Boothe (June 1, 1948-May 1948 May 14, 2017) was an American television and film actor, instantly recognizable for his gravelly voice, piercing eyes and [[AwesomeMcCoolname seriously badass name.]] He also wielded a BadassMoustache when he felt like it.




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!!Film
* ''Film/SouthernComfort'' (1981) as Pvt. Hardin
* ''Film/{{Red Dawn|1984}}'' (1984) as Lt. Col. Andrew 'Andy' Tanner
* ''Film/TheEmeraldForest'' (1985) as Bill
* ''Film/ExtremePrejudice'' (1987) as Cash Bailey
* ''Film/{{Stalingrad|1989}}'' (1989) as General Cuikov
* ''Film/RapidFire'' (1992) as Mace Ryan
* ''Film/{{Tombstone}}'' (1993) as Curly Bill Brocius
* ''Film/BlueSky'' (1994) as Vince Johnson
* ''Film/SuddenDeath'' (1995) as Joshua Foss
* ''Film/{{Nixon}}'' (1995) as Alexander Haig
* ''Film/MenOfHonor'' (2000) as Captain Pullman
* ''Film/{{Frailty}}'' (2001) as FBI Agent Wesley Doyle
* ''Film/SinCity'' (2005) as Senator Roark
* ''WesternAnimation/SupermanBrainiacAttacks'' (2006) as ComicBook/LexLuthor
* ''Film/{{MacGruber}}'' (2010) as Col. Jim Faith
* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse (2012; 20152016) as World Security Councilman Gideon Malick
** ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' (2012)
** ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' (20152016)
* ''Film/SinCityADameToKillFor'' as Senator Roark (2014)

!!Television
* ''[[Literature/PhilipMarlowe Philip Marlowe, Private Eye]]'' (198386) as Philip Marlowe
* ''Series/{{Attila}}'' (2001) as Flavius Aetius
* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' (20022006) as Gorilla Grodd / Red Tornado
* ''Series/{{Deadwood}}'' (20042006) as Cy Tolliver
* ''Series/TwentyFour'' (2007) as Vice President Noah Daniels
* ''Series/HatfieldsAndMcCoys'' (2012) as Judge Valentine 'Wall' Hatfield
* ''Series/{{Nashville}}'' (20122014) as Lamar Wyatt

!!Video Games
* ''VideoGame/{{Area 51}}'' (2005) as Major Bridges
* ''VideoGame/HitmanAbsolution'' (2012) as Benjamin Travis
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* AwesomeMcCoolname: ''Obviously.'''' Every time Boothe is mentioned in media, chances are that how seriously badass his name is will be brought up.



!Film
* 1981 ''Film/SouthernComfort'' as Pvt. Hardin
* 1984 ''[[Film/RedDawn1984 Red Dawn]]'' as Lt. Col. Andrew 'Andy' Tanner
* 1985 ''Film/TheEmeraldForest'' as Bill
* 1987 ''Film/ExtremePrejudice'' as Cash Bailey
* 1989 ''Film/{{Stalingrad|1989}}'' as General Cuikov
* 1992 ''Film/RapidFire'' as Mace Ryan
* 1993 ''Film/{{Tombstone}}'' as Curly Bill Brocius
* 1994 ''Film/BlueSky'' as Vince Johnson
* 1995 ''Film/SuddenDeath'' as Joshua Foss
* 1995 ''Film/{{Nixon}}'' as Alexander Haig
* 2000 ''Film/MenOfHonor'' as Captain Pullman
* 2001 ''Film/{{Frailty}}'' as FBIAgent Wesley Doyle
* 2005 ''Film/SinCity'' as Senator Roark
* 2006 ''WesternAnimation/SupermanBrainiacAttacks'' as ComicBook/LexLuthor
* 2010 ''Film/{{MacGruber}}'' as Col. Jim Faith
* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse (2012 -- 2015) as World Security Councilman Gideon Malick
** 2012 ''[[Film/TheAvengers2012 The Avengers]]''
** 2015 ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD''
* 2014 ''Film/SinCityADameToKillFor'' as Senator Roark

!Television
* 1983-86 ''[[Literature/PhilipMarlowe Philip Marlowe, Private Eye]]'' as Philip Marlowe
* 2001 ''Series/{{Attila}}'' as Flavius Aetius
* 20022006 ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' as Gorilla Grodd / Red Tornado
* 20042006 ''Series/{{Deadwood}}'' as Cy Tolliver
* 2007 ''Series/TwentyFour'' as Vice President Noah Daniels
* 2012 ''Series/HatfieldsAndMcCoys'' as Judge Valentine 'Wall' Hatfield
* 20122014 ''Series/{{Nashville}}'' as Lamar Wyatt

!Video Games
* 2005 ''VideoGame/{{Area 51}}'' as Major Bridges
* 2012 ''VideoGame/HitmanAbsolution'' as Benjamin Travis


He won an Emmy in 1980 for his chilling portrayal of cult leader Jim Jones in ''Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones''. He's found success in film, but it's his television career that he's perhaps best known for, particularly on the much-loved ''Series/{{Deadwood}}'' as the unstable, ruthless Cy Tolliver, wildly successful action series ''Series/TwentyFour'' as ambitious Vice President Noah Daniels and as controlling patriarch Lamar Wayatt in the musical drama ''Series/{{Nashville}}''.

He passed away on May 14, 2017 at the age of 68.

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He won an Emmy in 1980 for his chilling portrayal of cult leader Jim Jones in ''Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones''. He's found success As successful as he was in film, but it's his television career that he's perhaps best known for, particularly on the much-loved ''Series/{{Deadwood}}'' as the unstable, ruthless Cy Tolliver, wildly successful action series ''Series/TwentyFour'' as ambitious Vice President Noah Daniels and as controlling patriarch Lamar Wayatt in the musical drama ''Series/{{Nashville}}''.

He passed away of natural causes on May 14, 2017 at the age of 68.



* ChronicallyKilledActor: It comes with playing so many villains.

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* ChronicallyKilledActor: It comes with playing so many villains.Inevitably, given the number of villains he played.



* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse (2012 -- present) as World Security Councilman Gideon Malick

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* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse (2012 -- present) 2015) as World Security Councilman Gideon Malick



* 2014 ''Film/SinCityADameToKillFor ''as Senator Roark

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* 2014 ''Film/SinCityADameToKillFor ''as ''Film/SinCityADameToKillFor'' as Senator Roark


Powers Allen Boothe (born June 1, 1948-May 14, 2017) was an American television and film actor, instantly recognisable for his gravelly voice, piercing eyes and [[AwesomeMcCoolname seriously badass name.]] He also wielded a BadassMoustache when he felt like it.

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Powers Allen Boothe (born June (June 1, 1948-May 14, 2017) was an American television and film actor, instantly recognisable recognizable for his gravelly voice, piercing eyes and [[AwesomeMcCoolname seriously badass name.]] He also wielded a BadassMoustache when he felt like it.


Powers Allen Boothe (born June 1, 1948) is an American television and film actor, instantly recognisable for his gravelly voice, piercing eyes and [[AwesomeMcCoolname seriously badass name.]] He also wields a BadassMoustache when he feels like it.

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Powers Allen Boothe (born June 1, 1948) is 1948-May 14, 2017) was an American television and film actor, instantly recognisable for his gravelly voice, piercing eyes and [[AwesomeMcCoolname seriously badass name.]] He also wields wielded a BadassMoustache when he feels felt like it.


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He passed away on May 14, 2017 at the age of 68.


He won an Emmy in 1980 for his chilling portrayal of cult leader Jim Jones in ''Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones''. He's found success in film, but it's his television career that he's perhaps best known for, particularly on the much-loved ''Series/{{Deadwood}''} as the unstable, ruthless Cy Tolliver, wildly successful action series ''Series/TwentyFour'' as ambitious Vice President Noah Daniels and as controlling patriarch Lamar Wayatt in the musical drama ''Series/{{Nashville}}''.

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He won an Emmy in 1980 for his chilling portrayal of cult leader Jim Jones in ''Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones''. He's found success in film, but it's his television career that he's perhaps best known for, particularly on the much-loved ''Series/{{Deadwood}''} ''Series/{{Deadwood}}'' as the unstable, ruthless Cy Tolliver, wildly successful action series ''Series/TwentyFour'' as ambitious Vice President Noah Daniels and as controlling patriarch Lamar Wayatt in the musical drama ''Series/{{Nashville}}''.


He won an Emmy in 1980 for his chilling portrayal of cult leader Jim Jones in Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones. He's found success in film, but it's his television career that he's perhaps best known for, particularly on the much-loved Series/{{Deadwood}} as the unstable, ruthless Cy Tolliver, wildly successful action series Series/TwentyFour as ambitious Vice President Noah Daniels and as controlling patriarch Lamar Wayatt in the musical drama Series/{{Nashville}}.
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He won an Emmy in 1980 for his chilling portrayal of cult leader Jim Jones in Guyana ''Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones. Jones''. He's found success in film, but it's his television career that he's perhaps best known for, particularly on the much-loved Series/{{Deadwood}} ''Series/{{Deadwood}''} as the unstable, ruthless Cy Tolliver, wildly successful action series Series/TwentyFour ''Series/TwentyFour'' as ambitious Vice President Noah Daniels and as controlling patriarch Lamar Wayatt in the musical drama Series/{{Nashville}}.
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''Series/{{Nashville}}''.

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* 1981 Film/SouthernComfort as Pvt. Hardin
* 1984 [[Film/RedDawn1984 Red Dawn]] as Lt. Col. Andrew 'Andy' Tanner
* 1985 Film/TheEmeraldForest as Bill
* 1987 Film/ExtremePrejudice as Cash Bailey
* 1989 Film/{{Stalingrad|1989}} as General Cuikov
* 1992 Film/RapidFire as Mace Ryan
* 1993 Film/{{Tombstone}} as Curly Bill Brocius
* 1994 Film/BlueSky as Vince Johnson
* 1995 Film/SuddenDeath as Joshua Foss
* 1995 Film/{{Nixon}} as Alexander Haig
* 2000 Film/MenOfHonor as Captain Pullman
* 2001 Film/{{Frailty}} as FBI Agent Wesley Doyle
* 2005 Film/SinCity as Senator Roark
* 2006 WesternAnimation/SupermanBrainiacAttacks as Lex Luthor
* 2010 Film/{{MacGruber}} as Col. Jim Faith

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* 1981 Film/SouthernComfort ''Film/SouthernComfort'' as Pvt. Hardin
* 1984 [[Film/RedDawn1984 ''[[Film/RedDawn1984 Red Dawn]] Dawn]]'' as Lt. Col. Andrew 'Andy' Tanner
* 1985 Film/TheEmeraldForest ''Film/TheEmeraldForest'' as Bill
* 1987 Film/ExtremePrejudice ''Film/ExtremePrejudice'' as Cash Bailey
* 1989 Film/{{Stalingrad|1989}} ''Film/{{Stalingrad|1989}}'' as General Cuikov
* 1992 Film/RapidFire ''Film/RapidFire'' as Mace Ryan
* 1993 Film/{{Tombstone}} ''Film/{{Tombstone}}'' as Curly Bill Brocius
* 1994 Film/BlueSky ''Film/BlueSky'' as Vince Johnson
* 1995 Film/SuddenDeath ''Film/SuddenDeath'' as Joshua Foss
* 1995 Film/{{Nixon}} ''Film/{{Nixon}}'' as Alexander Haig
* 2000 Film/MenOfHonor ''Film/MenOfHonor'' as Captain Pullman
* 2001 Film/{{Frailty}} ''Film/{{Frailty}}'' as FBI Agent FBIAgent Wesley Doyle
* 2005 Film/SinCity ''Film/SinCity'' as Senator Roark
* 2006 WesternAnimation/SupermanBrainiacAttacks ''WesternAnimation/SupermanBrainiacAttacks'' as Lex Luthor
ComicBook/LexLuthor
* 2010 Film/{{MacGruber}} ''Film/{{MacGruber}}'' as Col. Jim Faith



* 2014 Film/SinCityADameToKillFor as Senator Roark

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* 2014 Film/SinCityADameToKillFor as ''Film/SinCityADameToKillFor ''as Senator Roark



* 2001 Series/{Attila}} as Flavius Aetius
* 20022006 WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague as Gorilla Grodd / Red Tornado
* 20042006 Series/{{Deadwood}} as Cy Tolliver
* 2007 Series/TwentyFour as Vice President Noah Daniels
* 2012 Series/HatfieldsAndMcCoys as Judge Valentine 'Wall' Hatfield
* 20122014 Series/{{Nashville}} as Lamar Wyatt

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* 2005 Videogame/{{Area 51}} as Major Bridges
* 2012 Videogame/HitmanAbsolution as Benjamin Travis

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* 1983-86 ''[[Literature/PhilipMarlowe Philip Marlowe, Private Eye]]'' as Philip Marlowe
* 2001 Series/{Attila}} ''Series/{{Attila}}'' as Flavius Aetius
* 20022006 WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' as Gorilla Grodd / Red Tornado
* 20042006 Series/{{Deadwood}} ''Series/{{Deadwood}}'' as Cy Tolliver
* 2007 Series/TwentyFour ''Series/TwentyFour'' as Vice President Noah Daniels
* 2012 Series/HatfieldsAndMcCoys ''Series/HatfieldsAndMcCoys'' as Judge Valentine 'Wall' Hatfield
* 20122014 Series/{{Nashville}} ''Series/{{Nashville}}'' as Lamar Wyatt

!Videogames
!Video Games
* 2005 Videogame/{{Area 51}} ''VideoGame/{{Area 51}}'' as Major Bridges
* 2012 Videogame/HitmanAbsolution ''VideoGame/HitmanAbsolution'' as Benjamin TravisTravis
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