Miguel Ferrer
Miguel Ferrer
Miguel José Ferrer is an American actor and voice actor who is often cast as a villain. His notable roles include Bob Morton, a supporting character in RoboCop (1987), the short-tempered FBI agent Albert Rosenfield in Twin Peaks, and Dr. Garret Macy on Crossing Jordan. His voice acting in Mulan (1998), as the villain Hun leader Shan Yu, is also especially memorable.
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Miguel Ferrer, Celebrated as a Film and TV Tough Guy, Dies at 61
NYTimes - about 1 month
Mr. Ferrer had recently reprised his role as the F.B.I. forensics expert Albert Rosenfield in a revival of “Twin Peaks,” which is to start in May.
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Miguel Ferrer, star of 'RoboCop,' 'NCIS: Los Angeles' and 'Twin Peaks,' dies at 61
LATimes - about 1 month
Miguel Ferrer, an actor with a long list of credits ranging from “Twin Peaks” to his current role on CBS’ “NCIS: Los Angeles,” died of cancer on Thursday. He was 61. A fixture on TV and in movies since the 1980s, Ferrer’s reputation as a scene-stealer began with 1987’s “RoboCop,” where he played...
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'NCIS: Los Angeles' actor Miguel Ferrer dead at 61
CNN - about 1 month
Miguel Ferrer, a familiar face on the big and small screens, died Thursday following a battle with throat cancer, according to a statement from his current employer CBS. He was 61.
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Exclusive: Recording shows how UBS drove reluctant brokers to sell high-risk Puerto Rico funds
Yahoo News - about 2 years
The concerns, which the brokers said were based on their own views and feedback from clients, included allegations the funds  suffered from low liquidity, excessive leverage, oversupply and instability.  They were wary, in part, because many of the funds were loaded up with debt of the Puerto Rican government and related entities that was underwritten by UBS, the people said. Their views were unacceptable to Miguel Ferrer, then the chairman of UBS Financial Services Inc of Puerto Rico, a unit of UBS AG.
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'Sex & The City' Favorite Joins 'NCIS: LA' Spinoff
Huffington Post - about 4 years
The "NCIS: LA" spinoff is beefing up its cast with John Corbett and Miguel Ferrer. According to EW, Corbett -- best known as Carrie Bradshaw's lost love Aidan on "Sex and the City" -- has joined the upcoming CBS spinoff as Roy Quaid, a former NCIS Special Agent and current analyst. Deadline, meanwhile, is reporting that current "NCIS: LA" cast member Miguel Ferrer has joined the show as a series regular. In November, Deadline reported that the still-untitled pilot will be written and produced by "NCIS" and "NCIS: LA's" executive producer Shane Brennan and will focus on a mobile team of agents who live and work together while traveling the country solving crimes.
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ABC News/Univision Network to Be Basedin Miami
Broadcasting and Cable - over 4 years
Unnamed JV hires Miguel Ferrer as firstdigital executive...
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ROBOCOP Adds Gary Oldman: Nice Try
Boom Tron - almost 5 years
Gary Oldman Fails To Justify Existence Of ROBOCOP Remake I truly hate this remakes trend movies are going through. Sure, there are exceptions, but for every The Fly or The Thing, there’s, oh, I dunno, every other fucking remake ever made! News that the RoboCop remake is moving forward makes me hope that stupid people are right, and the world ends this year. Maybe I’m being a bit extreme, but I do find this news pretty sad. Paul Verhoeven’s 1987 film is both a hilarious satire on commercialisation and an awesome action film, moving with boundless energy. It has to be one of the most purely entertaining films I’ve ever seen. It was cool, it had gigantic space-hopper-sized balls, and is endlessly quotable. The film feels as relevant as ever, and still looks sharp as hell, which in my book, are further reasons why a remake would be redundant. Apparently no one in Hollywood reads my book (even though I sent it with a nice fruit basket and homemade biscuits), because the logic is jus ...
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ISRAEL: Trying classic, digital and celebrity diplomacy
LATimes - over 5 years
The Palestinian plan to ask the United Nations for statehood recognition has preoccupied Israel's leaders and news media for months, making "September" a code word for trouble ahead. Public officials have sounded dire warnings, each with a metaphor describing what awaits, including "tsunami" (Defense Minister Ehud Barak), "iceberg" (lawmaker Isaac Herzog) and "wall" (President Shimon Peres). Last-minute efforts continue to reach a compromise that could keep Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas from making what some commentators call a game-changing move, and spare the U.S. from resorting to exercising its veto power in the Security Council. One way or another other, "September" is here. If classic diplomacy has limits, there's always Internet diplomacy. Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon is one of the country's most social-media-minded officials. This summer he posted on the Web a video titled "The Israel-Palestinian Conflict: The Truth About The Peace Process." It gained plenty ...
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Louise M. Knepp - Altoona Mirror
Google News - over 5 years
She was born in Altoona, daughter of the late Frank Vaccaro and Mary (Consalvo) Vaccaro Ferrer and stepfather, Miguel Ferrer. She married Clair A. Knepp on Dec. 11, 1941, in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, and he died Dec. 25, 1998
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Miguel Ferrer signs up for 'Desperate Housewives' - Digital Spy
Google News - over 5 years
Andre will make his entrance when Susan (Teri Hatcher) decides to return to art school. Andre, who is a respected but temperamental artist, becomes Susan's teacher but they do not get along
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Desperate Housewives De-Friends Jessica Hecht, Adds Andrea Parker - TV Guide
Google News - over 5 years
Parker, who will next appear in USA's Common Law, is one of many additions to the final season, including and V's Charles Mesure and Protector star Miguel Ferrer. Desperate Housewives returns Sunday, Sept. 25 at 9/8c on ABC
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Miguel Ferrer to Clash with Susan on Desperate Housewives - TV Fanatic
Google News - over 5 years
Miguel Ferrer, a regular on Crossing Jordan and featured these days on Lifetime's The Protector, will appear on the final season of this ABC hit as Andre Zeller, a contemporary artist/local college teaser, who does not get along with a certain student
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Miguel Ferrer
  • 2013
    Age 58
    He also appeared in the 2013 film Iron Man 3 as the Vice President.
    More Details Hide Details Ferrer will reprise his role as the FBI forensic pathologist Albert Rosenfield in the 2017 revival of Twin Peaks.
    Signed to a recurring role in NCIS: Los Angeles as Naval Criminal Investigative Service Assistant Director Owen Granger, Ferrer was promoted to a series regular for the fifth season on February 6, 2013.
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  • 2011
    Age 56
    Also in 2011, he started a multiple-episode guest role on the final season of Desperate Housewives.
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    He played Los Angeles Police Lieutenant Felix Valdez in the 2011 Lifetime police procedural drama, The Protector.
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  • 2009
    Age 54
    Ferrer played Jonas Bledsoe on NBC's short-lived update of the Bionic Woman series. Ferrer also starred in another short-lived NBC series, Kings, in 2009 as a military commander of Gath.
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  • 2003
    Age 48
    In 2003, Ferrer made his New York stage debut in the off-Broadway production of The Exonerated.
    More Details Hide Details Ferrer played a super-villain called "The Weatherman" in the failed 1997 TV pilot, Justice League of America. Later in the year, Ferrer provided the voice for a similar character, the Weather Wizard, in the Superman: The Animated Series episode "Speed Demons". Ferrer also voiced Aquaman in another Superman: Animated episode, "A Fish Story". Ferrer has also provided voice-over roles in the TV series Robot Chicken (2006) and American Dad! (2007).
  • 1999
    Age 44
    In 1999, at the 41st Grammy Awards, he was nominated for "Best Spoken Word Album for Children" in Disney's The Lion King II, "Simba's Pride Read-Along".
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  • 1987
    Age 32
    He had a major role in the 1987 action movie RoboCop as aspiring, cocaine-snorting corporate executive Bob Morton.
    More Details Hide Details Since appearing as Morton, Ferrer has usually acted out flamboyant villains with senses of humor. Ferrer's notable roles include a sinister biker in Valentino Returns, an overzealous engineer in DeepStar Six, a resourceful vigilante in Revenge, Commander Arvid Harbinger in the comedy Hot Shots! Part Deux, Lloyd Henreid in the Stephen King miniseries The Stand, and a drug informant in Traffic. He has occasionally taken on lead parts, as well, such as The Harvest and The Night Flier. In the early 1990s, Ferrer appeared on three primetime TV series simultaneously: as D.A. Todd Spurrier in Shannon's Deal (1989–1991), as Cajun cop Beau Jack Bowman in Broken Badges (1990–1991), and as cynical, wittily abrasive FBI forensics specialist Albert Rosenfield in Twin Peaks (1990–91). Ferrer reprised the role of Albert in the movie Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992). He played another medical examiner on the small screen, Dr. Garret Macy, in the television crime/drama series Crossing Jordan (2001–07). Ferrer performed as the voice of the Heretic leader in the video game Halo 2.
  • 1983
    Age 28
    In 1983, he was given a small part as a waiter in The Man Who Wasn't There.
    More Details Hide Details He also had a small part in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984) as the Excelsior helm officer.
  • 1981
    Age 26
    He played the younger self of his father's character on Magnum P.I in 1981.
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  • 1955
    Age 0
    Born on February 7, 1955.
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