David Harbour
American actor
David Harbour
David Harbour is an American actor who has performed in film, television and in the theater. He is known for his role as villain Gregg Beam in Quantum of Solace, as Shep Campbell in Revolutionary Road, and as Russell Crowe's source in State of Play. He also received praise for his role as Paul Devildis on a 2009 episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
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Sigh, Trump Voters Are More Likely To Turn Off The Oscars If It Gets Political
Huffington Post - 3 days
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Winona Ryder Looking At Pizza Might Be Cheesy, But It Delivers
Huffington Post - 26 days
This will take a good pizza your day. After Winona Ryder displayed a wide range of puzzled looks at the SAG Awards, people figured there had to be an explanation. According to “Stranger Things” star Gaten Matarazzo, Ryder just couldn’t hear co-star David Harbour’s speech. That may very well be true, but the internet has come up with a better reason: pizza.  The truth behind Winona's reaction Because the answer is always pizza.   -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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Winona Ryder's Facial Expressions Stole The Show During David Harbour's Amazing SAG Speech
Huffington Post - 28 days
If there was one moment that truly stood out from the 2017 Screen Actors Guild Awards, it was the big win for “Stranger Things” and the passionate acceptance speech that followed.  David Harbour, who plays Jim Hopper on the Netflix series, addressed the country’s political unrest while his award-winning co-stars, including a perplexed but joyous Winona Ryder, cheered him on. “In light of all that is going on in the world today, it’s difficult to celebrate the already celebrated ‘Stranger Things,’” Harbour said before picking up the pace. “But this award from you, who take your craft seriously, and earnestly believe, like me, that great acting can change the world, is a call to arms for our fellow craftsmen and women to go deeper and, through our art, to battle against fear, self-centeredness and exclusivity of our predominately narcissistic culture and through our craft to cultivate a more empathetic and understanding society by revealing intimate truth ...
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David Harbour on 'Stranger Things' Season 2
CNN - 4 months
"Stranger Things" first took over Netflix this summer and now it's taking over Halloween.
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Will 'Stranger Things' season 2 have justice for Barb?
CNN - 4 months
David Harbour of 'Stranger Things' tells CNN what's in store for fan favorite character Barb in season two.
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David Harbour: 20-Sided Quiz
NPR - 5 months
David Harbour from the Netflix series Stranger Things reveals what he brought to the role of police chief Jim Hopper. Then he takes on the nerdiest game we've ever played. It's Shakespeare meets D&D!
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Will 'Stranger Things' season 2 have justice for Barb?
CNN - 5 months
David Harbour of 'Stranger Things' tells CNN what's in store for fan favorite character Barb in season two.
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'Stranger Things' Season 2 Might Turn These Characters' Lives Upside Down
Huffington Post - 5 months
The Netflix smash-hit show “Stranger Things” has already blown away fans of old-school horror films, and the cast is now gearing up to start shooting Season 2. There’s one question on everyone’s minds as we get ready for the next chapter of Upside Down adventures, though: What happens to Eleven? The cast and crew have been tight-lipped about what’s to come in the new season. But actors David Harbour (Chief Hopper) and Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven) might have dropped a few hints during a panel discussion at New York Comic Con when one fan presented an interesting theory: Maybe Chief Hopper will raise Eleven as his own daughter and future episodes will explore that new and complex dynamic. Considering the tragic backstories of both these characters ― the death of Hopper’s daughter and the disturbing relationship between Eleven and her father ― that theory actually makes sense. And, in the final episode of Season 1, Hopper is last seen leaving out food from the police station’s h ...
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In 'Stranger Things' And 'Little Men,' The Kids Are All Right
Huffington Post - 7 months
This summer, the best entertainment comes from an unlikely source: teen boys. Two remarkable new releases ― the debut season of Netflix’s “Stranger Things” and the movie “Little Men” ― make heroes of adolescent males who are wiser and more daring than their age implies. Amid a dearth of quality blockbusters and the doldrums of summer television, “Stranger Things” and “Little Men” are out of place. They are subtle and affectionate, with charming young characters whose optimism defies the stubborn adults around them. The respective creatives responsible for “Stranger Things” and “Little Men” channel the agony and ecstasy of youth, deftly showcasing the limitlessness of childhood. If only these fussy parents would stop getting in the way ― if only they dared to dream. And if only more of our summer fare had been this lovely. (Minor spoilers ahead.) By now, you’ve probably heard a thing or two about “Stranger Things.” The Spielbergian genre hybrid, created by twins Ross and Matt Du ...
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First Nighter: Joe Morton as Dick Gregory in "Turn Me Loose," The Irondale Ensemble Takes on Shakespeare in "1599," The Sluggish "A Better Place" and "Cal in Camo"
Huffington Post - 9 months
Dick Gregory isn't playing himself in Turn Me Loose, at the Westside Theatre, although, at 83, he certainly could. Right now Joe Morton, whom current tv viewers know from Scandal, is impersonating Gregory in the Gretchen Law play that also has John Carlin taking on several roles, among them William F. Buckley. The beauty of this incendiary piece, directed with punch by John Gould Rubin, is that the manner in which Law has transferred Gregory's life to the stage has him transition from one of the first black stand-up comics gaining national attention in the 1960s--much thanks to his appearances with the now nearly forgotten Jack Paar--to an activist who stopped telling jokes because he increasingly came to believe there was less and less amusing about the condition of African-Americans in contemporary United States society. He'll slip in a joke about America being the one place on the planet where a poor black boy like Michael Jackson could become "a rich white man," but more ofte ...
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Dan Mirvish: Hollywood Director Apologizes for Weiner Press Conference
Huffington Post - over 3 years
I would like to apologize for the horribly inappropriate product placement of my movie Between Us in Anthony Weiner and Huma Abedin's press conference, just in time for the movie's digital release next week. During the press conference, Ms. Abedin said, "Anthony's made some horrible mistakes, both before he resigned from Congress and after. I do very strongly believe that that is between us and our marriage." Regrettably, there have been social media suggestions that we, the filmmakers, are in some way unduly capitalizing on a tragic marital drama in order to promote our drama about tragic marriages (that is already generating awards chatter for stars Julia Stiles, Taye Diggs, Melissa George and David Harbour). I can assure you that, to the best of my knowledge, Ms. Abedin was not paid or compensated in any way for her mention of the film, which is a vivid story of two couples struggling with their own marriages. Whether she has seen the movie any of the twenty-two ...
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Dan Mirvish: Hollywood Warns Gays: Careful What You Wish For (WATCH)
Huffington Post - over 3 years
As crowds celebrate from the Castro to the Village, the implications of the Supreme Court's DOMA and Prop 8 decisions are still reverberating around the country. But as same sex couples start to register at Crate & Barrel, shouldn't they wonder: Of all the institutions to be committed to, is marriage really the sanest choice? If Hollywood is any guide, it probably isn't. From Double Indemnity and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf to War of the Roses and Mr. & Mrs. Smith, the silver screen is littered with bitter, vitriolic marriages scarred by regret, revenge and recrimination. The latest installment in this genre is the film Between Us, adapted from the hit Off-Broadway play by Joe Hortua. The film version, which I directed, stars Julia Stiles and Taye Diggs as newlyweds, and Melissa George and David Harbour as their old friends. Like those other movies in the grand Hollywood tradition of matrimony, Between Us arguably makes the case that heterosexual marr ...
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Movie review: 'Between Us' makes a mess of 2 marriages
LATimes - over 3 years
Julia Stiles, Taye Diggs, David Harbour and Melissa George star as two embattled couples in a tedious drama from Dan Mirvish. For all the talking that occurs in the tedious drama "Between Us," little of substance is actually said. What's left is an unpleasant visit with a pair of hateful married couples who, in due time, prove mirror images of one another. Symmetry has rarely been so dispiriting.
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