Harry Dean Stanton
Film Actor, Television Actor (1926–)
HARRY DEAN STANTON INTERVIEW FOR SPIN MAGAZINE
Actor Harry Dean Stanton is known for early appearances in iconic films such as Cool Hand Luke (1967) and Repo Man (1984) as well as for his present-day roles. Here are some images from his movies.
Born in 1926 in Kentucky, Harry Dean Stanton has had one of the longest and most diverse acting careers in Hollywood. He is known for early appearances in iconic films such as Cool Hand Luke (1967) and Repo Man (1984) as well as for his present-day roles in television series such as Big Love.
Film actor. Born on July 14, 1926 in West Irvine, Kentucky, USA, indie film star Harry Dean Stanton served in the navy during World War II. He studied at the University of Kentucky and the Pasadena Playhouse.
A solid supporting actor, Stanton appeared in numerous feature films, many of them Westerns, before starring in 1984’s Paris, Texas and the cult classic Repo Man. Later films include The Last Temptation of Christ (1988), Hostages(1992), The Green Mile (1999), The Straight Story(1999), and The Pledge (2000).
Stanton also is credited with many television appearances over his long career fromGunsmoke during the late 1950s-60s, to the popular recent series Two and a Half Men. Since 2006, Harry Dean Stanton also has starred on the HBO series Big Love as Roman Grant, the manipulative leader of a polygamous sect.
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Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Louisville, Kentucky
Waverly Hills opened as a standard hospital in 1910 to hold 40 to 50 tuberculosis patients. Tuberculosis was reaching epidemic proportions among the public in Kentucky and the small hospital soon had over 140 residences and the numbers continued to grow thus the sanatorium was built. Both facilities remained open until 1961 when it was closed.
The number of people that passed away including two nurse suicides were well in the thousands and it has since become one of the scariest places in the United States with the large number of ghostly sightings, light orbs, strange humanly shadows and creepy sounds.
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