Michael Madsen

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Michael Madsen

Born Michael Søren Madsen
(1958-09-25) September 25, 1958
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Other names Maykl Madsen, The Mafia Man
Occupation Actor, producer, director, writer, poet, photographer
Years active 1982–present
Spouse(s) Jeannine Bisignano
Georganne LaPiere (m. 1978; div.)
Partner(s) DeAnna Madsen (1996–present)
Children 5 sons, including Christian[1]
Parent(s) Elaine Madsen
Relatives Virginia Madsen (sister)
Website michaelmadsen.com

Michael Søren Madsen (born September 25, 1958)[2] is an American actor, poet and photographer. He is perhaps best known for his collaborations with director Quentin Tarantino, appearing in Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill, and The Hateful Eight. He has appeared in over 150 films and is also known for his roles in Thelma & Louise, Wyatt Earp, Free Willy, Donnie Brasco, Species, and Sin City. Madsen has guest starred in numerous TV series and is also credited with voice work in several video games, including Grand Theft Auto III, True Crime: Streets of L.A., Dishonored 2, DRIV3R, The Walking Dead: Season Two, Dishonored and Call of Duty: Black Ops II.

Early life

Madsen as a senior in high school, 1975

Madsen was born in Chicago, Illinois, the son of Elaine Madsen (née Elaine Loretta Melson), a filmmaker and author, and Calvin Madsen, a firefighter.[3] His parents divorced in the 1960s, and his mother left a career in finance to pursue a career in the arts, encouraged by film critic Roger Ebert. His siblings are Cheryl Madsen, an entrepreneur, and Academy Award-nominated actress Virginia Madsen.[4] Madsen's paternal grandparents were Danish and his mother is of English, Irish, Scottish, German, and Native American ancestry.[5]

Madsen's acting career began at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, where he served as an apprentice under actor John Malkovich.


In 1982, Madsen was cast by Edward McDougal for the lead in an independent film, Against All Hope, his first movie. He then played a small role in the studio picture WarGames in 1983. That same year, he appeared in a bit part in Edward Zwick's 1983 television movie Special Bulletin. Soon after, Madsen was cast as a psychopathic gunman who took Mary Beth hostage in the Cagney and Lacey episode "Heat", which aired October 22, 1984. He moved to Los Angeles and appeared in other films, including as arrogant baseball player Bump Bailey in The Natural (1984), a deranged killer in Kill Me Again (1989), and as the tough but touching boyfriend of Susan Sarandon in Thelma & Louise (1991).

Then came a memorable role as the razor-wielding, sadistic ex-con and jewel thief "Mr. Blonde" in the bloody Quentin Tarantino crime story Reservoir Dogs. The film brought Madsen attention among critics and fans.

Madsen was then cast in a variety of major studio films, including Free Willy, Mulholland Falls, Wyatt Earp, Species and with Johnny Depp and Al Pacino in the critically acclaimed Donnie Brasco. He was unable to play the role of Vincent Vega in Pulp Fiction as he couldn't get out of rehearsals for Wyatt Earp, which he had just decided to do. The role instead went to John Travolta, relaunching his career.

Since the mid-1990s, Madsen has appeared in lower-budget films released directly to video or television. Notable exceptions include his featured role in Tarantino's Kill Bill, in the James Bond adventure Die Another Day and in the film version of the Frank Miller graphic novel Sin City. He appeared in Scary Movie 4 in 2006 parodying Tim Robbins's character from War of the Worlds. He was also in the film 44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shoot-Out in 2003.

In 2004, Tarantino discussed an idea for a movie starring Madsen and John Travolta as the The Vega Brothers.[6] The film would have seen Madsen and Travolta reprising their roles as Vic (Mr. Blonde) from Reservoir Dogs and Vincent from Pulp Fiction. However, in 2007, because of the age of the actors and the onscreen deaths of both characters, Tarantino said the project (which he intended to call Double V Vega) was "kind of unlikely now".[7]

In 2008, Madsen had a starring role as "The Gent" in Hell Ride, written and directed by Larry Bishop and executive produced by Tarantino.

Madsen in 2006

Madsen has been in television series, including the short-lived Vengeance Unlimited and as "Don Everest" in the poker-themed ESPN series Tilt. He was in Michael Jackson's 2001 music video "You Rock My World" and has provided voice work for several video games, including Grand Theft Auto III, True Crime: Streets of L.A. and DRIV3R. He provided voice work for the movie version of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe as Maugrim the wolf, captain of the White Witch's secret police.

He also provides narration for Animal Planet and is heard in the PlayStation 2 game Yakuza, where he voices the role of Futo Shimano, the violent and unforgiving leader of a Yakuza family. Madsen played Sam Spade in Yuri Rasovsky's Grammy-nominated sonic dramatization of The Maltese Falcon, which also features Sandra Oh and Edward Herrmann.

In August 2008, Madsen co-starred in Coma, a Web series on Crackle.[8]

Madsen in 2010

Madsen went to Mexico City to co-star in the 2009 boxing film The Kid: Chamaco with Martin Sheen and Kirk Harris for director Miguel Necoechea.

In September 2009, he filmed the comedy feature Magic Boys in England and Hungary, co-starring with Vinnie Jones, directed by Robert Koltai and written by screenwriter Ivo Marloh. The film was scheduled for general release in late 2012.

Madsen guest-starred in the final season of 24 in April 2010. He played Jim Ricker, an old friend of main character Jack Bauer.[9]

Let the Game Begin, opened in May 2010.[10] The film also features Adam Rodriguez and Stephen Baldwin. Madsen played the lead role in the independent horror film Infected.[11]

He is one of the stars in the western thriller The Sorrow with Kirk Harris, John Savage, newcomer Ryan Ballance and Yvonne Delarosa.

On 5 January 2012, Madsen entered the Celebrity Big Brother house. He finished in 4th place in the final of Celebrity Big Brother.

In February 2014, filming in Las Vegas was completed for the movie Death in the Desert, directed by Josh Evans and starring Madsen as casino mogul Ted Binion (named Ray in the film), Shayla Beesley as Sandra Murphy (played as Kim), Binion's live-in girlfriend, and Paz de la Huerta as Kim's friend Margo.[12][13] The screenplay was written by John Steppling, based on the book Death in the Desert by crime writer Cathy Scott.[14] The film premiered at the Tucson Film Festival on October 9, 2015. Distribution was scheduled for 2016 by Osiris Entertainment.[15]

In August 2014, he starred in the Kill Bill-themed music video by Iggy Azalea for the song "Black Widow," featuring Rita Ora. [16]

In late 2015, Madsen collaborated once more with Quentin Tarantino in his mystery western The Hateful Eight.

Personal life

In 2002, Madsen was presented an award for his work with the Shriners Hospital for Children, and he gave his casting director friend Bruno Rosato a Porsche 928. In September 2009, Madsen announced his participation in the Love Ride 26[17] to help raise money for local charities and those less fortunate. Love Ride began in 1981 and has included celebrities Malcolm Forbes, Peter Fonda and Larry Hagman with musical entertainment from Robbie Krieger, David Crosby, Eric Burdon, Jackson Browne, Little Feat, Billy Idol, Bruce Springsteen, Dwight Yoakam, the Doobie Brothers, Sammy Hagar, Justin Bieber and others. The event was to have taken place on October 25, 2009 but was canceled two weeks before the event due to poor ticket sales and a decline in sponsorship and vendor support.

Madsen has done several films with Daryl Hannah. They include Kill Bill, The Last Days of Frankie the Fly, Shannon's Rainbow, Vice, Eldorado, as well as the film Garbage, in which they play friends called Daryl and Michael. Hannah took part in the 2007 fictional documentary Being Michael Madsen.

Madsen also has a line of hot sauces.[18]


Madsen has been writing since the early 1990s. Madsen began his writing on match books, napkins and hotel stationery in between his time working on movie sets and traveling around the world. In 2005, 13 Hands Publications compiled all of his poetry and released The Complete Poetic Works of Michael Madsen, Vol I: 1995–2005. The original books released were Beer, Blood and Ashes (1995), Eat the Worm (1995), Burning in Paradise (1998), and the now out-of-print A Blessing of the Hounds (2002), 46 Down; A Book of Dreams and Other Ramblings (2004) and When Pets Kill (2005).

Madsen's friend and fellow actor Dennis Hopper described his poetry as a throwback to the Beat Generation: "I like him better than Kerouac: raunchier, more poignant, he's got street language, images I can relate to, blows my mind with his drifts of gut-wrenching riffs; this actor is a poet and he is cool, of course, he is Michael Madsen." Madsen has noted influences for his style of poetry as being Jack Kerouac and Charles Bukowski.

In 2008, Madsen was invited and appeared in Norway for the Norwegian translation and release of Burning In Paradise. In November 2010, he was the guest of honor for his poetry at the Crossing Border Festival at The Hague.

Another book of poetry, American Badass, was released on September 25, 2009. Madsen dedicated the book to the memory of his friend and Kill Bill co-star David Carradine.

His latest book, Expecting Rain, was released in October 2013 with an introduction by Jerry Hopkins.


Madsen is also an accomplished photographer. In 2006, he released his first book of photography entitled Signs of Life, published by 13 Hands Publications, which also contains new selections of his poetry. He dedicated the book to the memory of his friend and fellow actor Chris Penn, who starred with Madsen in Reservoir Dogs and Mulholland Falls.


TV and filmography[19]

Year Title Role Director Notes
1982 Against All Hope Cecil Moe Edward T. McDougal
1983 WarGames Lt. Steve Phelps John Badham
Diner Boogie Barry Levinson TV short
Special Bulletin Jimmy Lenox Edward Zwick TV movie
St. Elsewhere Mike O'Connor Mark Tinker & Bruce Paltrow TV series (2 episodes)
1984 Racing with the Moon Frank Richard Benjamin
The Natural Bartholomew "Bump" Bailey Barry Levinson
Cagney & Lacey Boyd Evans Strout Karen Arthur TV series (1 episode)
Miami Vice Sally Alvarado Bobby Roth TV series (1 episode)
1985 The Hitchhiker John Hampton Christopher Leitch TV series (1 episode)
Our Family Honor Augie Danzig Several TV series (13 episodes)
1986 Crime Story Johnny Fosse Leon Ichaso TV series (2 episodes)
1987 The Killing Time Stu Rick King
1988 Iguana Sebastián Monte Hellman
Shadows in the Storm Earl Terrell Tannen
War and Remembrance Lt. "Foof" Turhall Dan Curtis TV miniseries
1989 Blood Red Enzio Peter Masterson
Kill Me Again Vince Miller John Dahl
Almost Grown Walter Zmuida Stephen Cragg TV series (1 episode)
Tour of Duty Sergeant Greg Block Stephen L. Posey TV series (1 episode)
Jake and the Fatman Chase Jackie Cooper TV series (1 episode)
Quantum Leap Blue James Whitmore, Jr. TV series (1 episode)
1990 The End of Innocence Earl Dyan Cannon
Montana Pierce William A. Graham TV movie
The Outsiders Mick Jenkins Michael Toshiyuki Uno TV series (1 episode)
1991 The Doors Tom Baker Oliver Stone
Thelma & Louise Jimmy Lennox Ridley Scott
Gabriel's Fire Stan Frankel James A. Contner TV series (1 episode)
1992 Reservoir Dogs Mr. Blonde / Vic Vega Quentin Tarantino
Straight Talk Steve Barnet Kellman
Inside Edge Richard Montana Warren Clarke & William Tannen
Fatal Instinct Cliff Burden John Dirlam
Baby Snatcher Cal Hudson Joyce Chopra TV movie
1993 Trouble Bound Harry Talbot Jeffrey Reiner
Beyond the Law Blood Larry Ferguson
Free Willy Glen Greenwood Simon Wincer
Money for Nothing Detective Laurenzi Ramón Menéndez
A House in the Hills Mickey Ken Wiederhorn
1994 The Getaway Rudy Travis Roger Donaldson
Final Combination Detective Matt Dickson Nigel Dick
Wyatt Earp Virgil Earp Lawrence Kasdan
Season of Change Randy Parker Robin P. Murray
Felidae Bluebeard Michael Schaack Voice
Blue Tiger Gun Salesman Norberto Barba Cameo
1995 Species Preston "Press" Lennox Roger Donaldson
Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home Glen Greenwood Dwight H. Little
Red Line Mr. Lawrence John M. Sjogren
Man with a Gun John Wilbur Hardin David Wyles
1996 Mulholland Falls Eddie Hall Lee Tamahori
The Winner Wolf Alex Cox
The Last Days of Frankie the Fly Sal Peter Markle
Almost Blue Morris Poole Keoni Waxman
1997 Donnie Brasco Sonny Black Mike Newell
The Maker Skarney Tim Hunter
Executive Target Nick James Joseph Merhi
The Girl Gets Moe Donnelly James Bruce
Catherine's Grove Joe Mason Rick King
1998 Species II Preston "Press" Lennox Peter Medak
Surface to Air Gunnery Sergeant Zach Massin Rodney McDonald
Papertrail Agent Brad Abraham Damian Lee
Detour Burl Rogers Joey Travolta
Fait Accompli Frank Barlow Andrzej Sekuła
Rough Draft Haynes Joshua Wallace
The Sender Dallas Grayson Richard Pepin
1998-99 Vengeance Unlimited Mr. Chapel Several TV series (15 episodes)
1999 The Florentine Whitey Nick Stagliano
Flat Out Gene John M. Sjogren
Ballad of the Nightingale Guy Greville-Morris
Supreme Sanction Dalton John Terlesky TV movie
2000 The Alternate Agent Jack Briggs Sam Firstenberg
Luck of the Draw Zippo Luca Bercovici
The Price of Air Mr. Ball Josh Evans
The Thief & the Stripper Jimmie D. L.P. Brown III & John M. Sjogren
Ides of March Uncle Darren Doane
The Stray Ben Kevin Mock
Bad Guys Jay Peters Bryan Genesse
The Inspectors 2: A Shred of Evidence Joe Brad Turner TV movie
Sacrifice Tyler Pierce Mark L. Lester TV movie
High Noon Frank Miller Rod Hardy TV movie
2001 Fall Jeremy Banes Daniel Baldwin
The Ghost Dan Olinghouse Douglas Jackson
Choke Will John M. Sjogren
42K Narrator Ken Daurio & Darren Doane
Outlaw Conner Bo Svenson
Pressure Point Jed Griffin Eric Weston
L.A.P.D.: To Protect and to Serve Lt. Alexander Ed Anders
Extreme Honor Sparks Steven Rush
You Rock My World Thug Paul Hunter Video clip
Grand Theft Auto III Toni Cipriani Navid Khonsari Voice
Video game
Big Apple Terry Maddock Several TV series (8 episodes)
2001-05 Animal Precinct Narrator Several TV series
2002 Die Another Day Damian Falco Lee Tamahori
Love.com Russ Sherwood Ball
The Real Deal Baker Jacks Tom Burruss
Welcome to America Agent Leon Fogel Rish Mustaine & John M. Sjogren
2003 Kill Bill: Vol. 1 Budd Quentin Tarantino Nominated - Awards Circuit Community Awards for Best Cast Ensemble
Pauly Shore Is Dead Himself Pauly Shore
My Boss's Daughter T.J. David Zucker
Vampires Anonymous Geno Michael Keller
Where's Angelo ? Producer Harris Goldberg & Scott Dorel Short
44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shoot-Out Detective Frank McGregor Yves Simoneau TV movie
True Crime: Streets of LA Don Rafferty Video game voice over
2004 Kill Bill: Vol. 2 Budd Quentin Tarantino Italian Online Movie Award for Best Cast
Blueberry Wallace Sebastian Blount Jan Kounen
Smatyvay udochki Boss Oleg Stepchenko
Frankenstein Detective Harker Marcus Nispel TV movie
Driver 3 John Tanner Maurice Suckling Video game voice over
2005 Sin City Det. Bob Frank Miller,
Robert Rodriguez,
Quentin Tarantino
Nominated - Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Acting Ensemble
Nominated - Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Award for Best Acting Ensemble
Nominated - Gold Derby Film Award for Ensemble Cast
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Maugrim Andrew Adamson
BloodRayne Vladimir Uwe Boll
Chasing Ghosts Kevin Harrison Kyle Dean Jackson
L.A. Dicks Steven Miller Dean Alioto
Muzhskoy sezon. Barkhatnaya revolyutsiya The American Oleg Stepchenko
Yakuza Shimano Hase Seishū Video game voice over
Narc Jack Forzenski Mark Angeli & Art Currim Video game voice over
Tilt Don "The Matador" Everest Several TV series (9 episodes)
2006 Scary Movie 4 Oliver David Zucker
The Last Drop Col. J.T. Colt Colin Teague
Hoboken Hollow J.T. Goldman Glen Stephens
All In Seal Nick Vallelonga
Canes Guillermo List Micheal Bafaro
UKM: The Ultimate Killing Machine Major Blevins David Mitchell
Reservoir Dogs Mr. Blonde / Vic Vega Video game voice over
2007 Strength and Honour Sean Kelleher Mark Mahon Boston Film Festival - Best Actor
New York International Independent Film and Video Festival - Best Actor
Mount Shasta International Film Festival - Best Actor in a Feature
Boarding Gate Miles Rennberg Olivier Assayas
Living & Dying Agent Lind Jon Keeyes
Machine Ray Michael Lazar
Afghan Knights Cooper Allan Harmon
Tooth and Nail Jackal Mark Young
Cosmic Radio Senator Atwood Stephen Savage
Croc Croc Hawkins Stewart Raffill TV movie
Crash and Burn Vincent Scaillo Russell Mulcahy TV movie
2008 Hell Ride The Gent Larry Bishop
House Tin Man Robby Henson
Last Hour Monk Pascal Caubet
Vice Max Walker Raul Inglis
Break The Associate Marc Clebanoff
Eyes Front Darren Doane
No Bad Days Lester David Murphy
45 R.P.M. Major Baxter Dave Schultz
Deep Winter Dean Mikey Hilb
Coma P.R. Brown Short
2009 Shannon's Rainbow Dave Blair Frank E. Johnson
Green Lantern: First Flight Kilowog Lauren Montgomery
You Might as Well Live Clinton Manitoba Simon Ennis
The Bleeding Father Roy Charlie Picerni
Serbian Scars Dreq Brent Huff
Lost in the Woods Stuart Bunka Jim Wynorski
Dead Man Running Kal McNeil Darren Doane
Clear Lake, WI The Reverend Brian Ide
A Way with Murder Vick Donovan Dan Neira
Road of No Return J. Marcone Parviz Saghizadeh
Hired Gun Dan Moeller Brad Jurjens
Put The Commander Vladimir Pasichnik
Outrage Farragut Ace Cruz
Chamaco Willie Miguel Necoechea
Ligeia George Michael Staininger
Christmas Crash Joseph Johnson Terry Ingram
Creepshow Raw : Insomnia Barry Wilmer Valderrama Short
2010 The Killing Jar Doe Mark Young
Let the Game Begin Dr. Turner Amit Gupta
The Big I Am Martell Nic Auerbach
Terror Trap Carter Dan Garcia
The Brazen Bull The Man Douglas Elford-Argent
The Portal Dr. Azirra Serge Rodnunsky
Six Days in Paradise Rich McShane John Vidor
Money to Burn John Lawson Roger Mende
Krach William Fabrice Genestal
Federal Sam Gibson Erik de Castro
Now Here Leblanc Joe Shaughnessy
Corruption.Gov Senator John Mordire Q. Manning & John M. Sjogren
CSI: Miami Cooper "Coop" Daly Rob Zombie TV series (1 episode)
No Clean Break The Associate Marc Clebanoff TV series (1 Episode)
24 Jim Ricker Milan Cheylov & Brad Turner TV series (4 episodes)
2011 Forest of the Living Dead Lt. Brandon Ross Shan Serafin
Loosies Lt. Nick Sullivan Michael Corrente
The 5th Execution Rik Aleksandr Yakimchuk & Elena Kovaleva
The Lion of Judah Boss Deryck Broom & Roger Hawkins
Amsterdam Heavy Martin Keele Michael Wright
Joshua Tree Lou Kris Kardash
A Cold Day in Hell Marshal Stallings Christopher Forbes
Not Another Not Another Movie Lester Storm David Murphy
Dirty Little Trick Vito Brian Skiba
A Matter of Justice Leo Ibiza Fatmir Doga
2012 Eldorado Ted Richard Driscoll
Infected Louis Glenn Ciano
Desperate Endeavors Ed Salim Khassa
Ace of Spades: Bad Destiny Draško Đurović
Magic Boys Terence Róbert Koltai & Éva Gárdos
Cole Younger & The Black Train Christopher Forbes
Refuge from the Storm Steve Grecco Elias Acosta
Sins Expiation Don Mancino Carlo Fusco
Beyond the Trophy Cole Lambert Daniel J. Gillin
Terrible Angels Ben Nolan Anthony Pierce
Prince of the City Ben Carlton Roslan Hussin
Piranhaconda Professor Lovegrove Jim Wynorski TV movie
As Long as You Love Me Anthony Mandler Video clip
Dishonored Daud Harvey Smith Video game voice over
Bob's Burgers Kevin Costner Boo Hwan & Kyoung Hee Lim TV series (1 episode)
Blue Bloods Benjamin Walker Alex Chapple TV series (1 episode)
The Mob Doctor Russell King Ken Olin, Peter Weller,
Kate Woods
TV series (3 episodes)
2013 Along the Roadside Jerry Zoran Lisinac
Ashley Bill Dean Matthew Ronalds
I'm in Love with a Church Girl Frank Harris Steve Race
Day of Redemption Lou Emilio Roso
Madoff: Made Off with America Agent Kennedy Edmund Druilhet
The Sorrow Sheriff Sawyer Vernon E. Mortensen
ICE Agent Carlos Garcia Ray O'Neill
Gabrielle Edward Sheehan Michael Conroy
Nomad the Beginning Wolf Thomas Dixon
Lionhead Walter Powell Thomas Rennier
63lbs Mr. Johnston Anyrin Short
Paulie Michael Brian Herzlinger TV movie
The Walking Dead: Season Two William Carver Dennis Lenart, Eric Parsons,
Sean Ainsworth, Jason Latino,
Graham Ross
Video game voice over
Nominated - Behind the Voice Actors Award for Best Vocal Ensemble in a Video Game
Mob of the Dead Michael 'Finn' O'Leary Corky Lehmkuhl Video game voice over
Axe Cop Baby Man Douglas Einar Olsen TV series (1 episode)
Golden Boy Walter Clark Sr. Karen Gaviola & Jace Alexander TV series (2 episodes)
2014 The Ninth Cloud Bob Jane Spencer
Water Wars Bane Cirio H. Santiago & Jim Wynorski
2047: Sights of Death Lobo Alessandro Capone
Skoryy 'Moskva-Rossiya' Agent Igor Voloshin
Turn Around Jake Russell O'Malley Jared Isham
Black Widow Director X Video clip
Hawaii Five-0 Roy Parrish Peter Weller TV series (1 episode)
2015 The Hateful Eight Joe Gage Quentin Tarantino Hollywood Film Award for Ensemble of the Year
Pending - Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Acting Ensemble
Nominated - San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Performance by an Ensemble
Nominated - Central Ohio Film Critics Association - Best Ensemble
Nominated - Detroit Film Critic Society - Best Ensemble
Nominated - Phoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best Ensemble Acting
Nominated - Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Award for Best Acting Ensemble
Magi Lawrence Irlam Hasan Karacadag
Lumberjack Man Dr. Peter Shirtcliff Josh Bear
CobraGator Layton Jim Wynorski
Sacred Blood Detective Brennan Christopher Coppola
The Lost Tree John Brian Metcalf
The Whole World at Our Feet Michael Salamat Mukhammed-Ali
Hope Lost Manol David Petrucci
A Turn in the Sun Corozco David Von Roehm
Skin Traffik The Boss Ara Paiaya
No Deposit Peter Shay Frank D'Angelo
Lady Psycho Killer Nathan Oliver
The Just Mitchell Jesse Mast Short
American Dream Sheriff Barthélémy Grossmann TV series (1 episode)
Big Time in Hollywood, FL Harvey Scoles Dan Schimpf & Rob Schrab TV series (5 episodes)
2016 Death in the Desert Ray Easler Josh Evans
Powers Supershock[20] Season 2
TV series (10 episodes)
Dishonored 2 Daud Raphael Colantonio, Harvey Smith Video game
Vigilante Diaries Moreau Christian Sesma
The Making of the Mob: Chicago Himself John Ealer TV series


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