Temuerra Morrison has been acting for quite some time now. He's extremely popular in his homeland of New Zealand, where he won an award for his role in 1994's Once Were Warriors. These days, however, he's most recognized as one of two (or perhaps one of millions) of characters. He portrayed the bounty hunter Jango Fett in the Star Wars film Attack of the Clones and portrayed the clone troopers (primarily as their voice, but with his head added to the CGI clone bodies in some scenes where they weren't wearing helmets) in the films and in many of the games as well.
He also provided the voice of his son/clone, Boba Fett, in the revised edition of the original Star Wars trilogy.
He also portrayed Abin Sur in the Green Lantern film.
Kevin Durand is one of those actors who pops up from time to time in key roles in film and television. He's a poor man's Karl Urban in my opinion, never really becoming "that guy" that everyone looks for in a film. He's been in plenty of films and television shows over the years, but some of his most recent prominent roles include playing the archangel Gabriel in Legion, the Blob (Fred Dukes) in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and Little John in Robin Hood.
Perhaps best known for his roles in films such as Apocalypto and The New World, Raoul Trujillo has had a very successful career that includes everything from playing the vampire bartender Longshadow in True Blood to portraying Raw, a re-imagined version of the Cowardly Lion from The Wizard of Oz, in the SyFy production Tin Man. He has most recently appeared in Cowboys & Aliens as Black Knife.
I'm sure anyone who watched Raiders of the Lost Ark remembers the scene in which Indiana Jones squares off against a heavily muscled Nazi aircraft mechanic and barely escapes the foe when the mechanic has an errant run-in with a propeller. A few of you might recall General Kael, the wicked leader of Bavmorda's army in Willow. If you have a really good memory, you remember who Hephaestus was in the original Clash of the Titans. If you've seen these films or these characters, you've seen Pat Roach. Roach has done everything from professional wrestling to running a scrapyard, but he also managed to squeeze in a few excellent performances in small and limited roles. Roach passed away in 2004, but his memory lives on in some of the most memorable films in movie history.
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