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Gary Farmer

Actor
Biography
Gary Dale Farmer (born June 12, 1953) is a versatile and esteemed Canadian actor known for his compelling performances on screen. Born in Ohsweken, Ontario, Farmer has made significant contributions to film and television. He was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for his memorable performance as Nobody in the Jim Jarmusch independent western Dead Man (1995), in which he starred opposite Johnny Depp, and again for his role in Smoke Signals (1998). Gary reprised his role as Nobody for Jim Jarmusch again in "Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999), and Frank Oz cast him alongside Marlon Brando and Robert De Niro in The Score (2001). Recently Gary showed off his comedy chops as Uncle Brownie on "Reservation Dogs." Farmer's ability to portray diverse characters with authenticity and nuance has earned him acclaim in the entertainment industry. His passion for storytelling and his commitment to his craft have established him as a respected and influential figure in the world of acting.

Personal Info

Occupation Actor
Place of Birth Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada
Birthday 1953-06-12

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Filmography by Year

1
2024
1
2023
1
2022
2
2021
2
2020
4
2019
1
2017
1
2014
1
2013
4
2011
1
2009
1
2008
4
2007
1
2005
3
2004
4
2003
3
2002
3
2001
3
1999
2
1998
2
1996
2
1995
2
1994
2
1993
1
1992
1
1991
2
1990
2
1989
2
1987
2
1984

Filmography by Genre

Drama
35
Comedy
14
Thriller
14
Crime
8
Mystery
7
TV Movie
6
Romance
6
Action
5
Horror
4
Fantasy
4
Western
4
Adventure
4
Science Fiction
3
Etc
2
Documentary
1
Family
1
Animation
1
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
1