Warren Oates

Warren Oates

Warren Mercer Oates (July 5, 1928 – April 3, 1982) was an American actor best known for his performances in several films directed by Sam Peckinpah including The Wild Bunch (1969) and Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (1974). He starred in numerous films during the early 1970s which have since achieved cult status including The Hired Hand (1971), Two-Lane Blacktop (1971) and Race with the Devil (1975). Oates also portrayed John Dillinger in the biopic Dillinger (1973) and Sergeant Hulka in the comedy Stripes (1981).

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Warren Oates - Filmography - Television
... Mountain Girl" Stoney Burke (1962–1963, 11 episodes) — as Ves Painter (Oates' only regular role on a television series) The Twilight Zone (1963, two episodes) — "The Purple Testament" and "The ...
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... Warren Oates as Willett Gashade ... By the time Warren Oates starred in The Shooting, he had become a veteran western character actor, having appeared in dozens of film and television series in the genre since 1957 ... When director Hellman first suggested Oates as the star of the film, co-star and co-producer Nicholson immediately agreed with the choice ...

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