Frederic Forrest

Forrest in 1993 Frederic Fenimore Forrest Jr. (December 23, 1936 – June 23, 2023) was an American actor. A figure of the New Hollywood movement, Forrest was best known for his collaborations with director Francis Ford Coppola, playing prominent roles in ''The Conversation'' (1974), ''Apocalypse Now'' (1979), ''One from the Heart'' (1982), and ''Tucker: The Man and His Dream'' (1988). He was nominated for an Academy Award and Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor, for his portrayal of Huston Dyer, the love interest of Bette Midler's character, in the musical drama ''The Rose'' (1979).

Forrest came to public attention for his performance in ''When the Legends Die'' (1972), which earned him a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer. His other film credits include ''The Missouri Breaks'' (1976), ''Hammett'' (1982), ''Valley Girl'' (1983), ''The Two Jakes'' (1990), ''Falling Down'' (1993), and ''All the King's Men'' (2006), along with the television series ''21 Jump Street'', ''Lonesome Dove'', and ''Die Kinder''. Provided by Wikipedia
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