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Yaphet Kotto

Yaphet Kotto

Birthdate: November 15, 1937

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Yaphet Frederick Kotto (born November 15, 1937) is an African-American actor, known for numerous film roles (including the sci-fi/horror film Alien and as a James Bond villain in Live and Let Die), and his starring role in the NBC television series Homicide: Life on the Street (1993-2000). Description above from the Wikipedia article Yaphet Kotto, licensed under CC-BY-SA, f... ...detailed bio


Witless Protection (2008)

The story centers on a small-town sheriff who witnesses what he believes is a kidnapping and rushes to rescue a woman. The kidnappers turn out to be FBI agents assigned to protect her and deliver her to a big Enron-type corruption trial in Chicago but are later found to be on the take and are vil...

Homicide: The Movie (2000)

Retired police lieutenant Al Giardello is running for mayor on a platform of drug legalization and seems to be the front-runner when he is suddenly shot at a press conference, by an unseen gunman. Unconscious, he is rushed to the hospital. In a montage sequence, each of the detectives who used to...

Almost Blue (1996)


Two If by Sea (1996)

Leary plays the role of a petty thief who steals a $4,000,000 masterpiece painting. Bullock plays his girlfriend who works as a cashier. She befriends the potential buyer of the painting played by Dillane on an island. After being captured by FBI Agent O'Malley played by Kotto at the fish factory...

The Puppet Masters (1994)

The Puppet Masters is a 1994 science fiction film, adapted by Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio, and David S. Goyer from Robert A. Heinlein’s 1951 novel of the same title, in which a trio of American government agents attempts to thwart a covert invasion of Earth by mind-controlling alien parasites. The ...

Intent to Kill (1993)

Intent to Kill is a 1992 film (released in 1993) directed by Charles T. Kanganis. The film is about drug trafficking. This film is rated NC-17 due to extreme violence.

Extreme Justice (1993)

After an incident where he used questionable police tactics, Jeff Powers is placed on probation. Upon hearing of his probation, a friend from the force later invites Jeff to join the Special Investigation Section, an elite and highly secretive LAPD unit designed to track and shut down high profil...

Hangfire (1991)

When a large group of escaped convicts take Ike Slayton, a Vietnam veteran's wife hostage, Slayton enlists the help of his old army friend in a furious search to find her, while a hard-nosed National Guardsman leads a platoon of solders determined to kill or capture all the convicts, even if it m...

Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991)

In 1999, ten years have passed since the fifth film; Freddy Krueger had failed to attack Alice Johnson (Lisa Wilcox) and her son Jacob as they have moved away from Springwood, and it states that through a series of mysterious suicides and murders every child in Springwood, Ohio has died. It indic...

Tripwire (1990)

A band of ruthless international terrorists led by Josef Szabo (David Warner) hijack a speeding railroad train loaded with a full arsenal of powerful military weaponry capable of threatening world peace. The only hero who can stop the terrorists scheme for world domination is Jack DeForest (Teren...

Terminal Entry (1988)

The film room briefly where Lady Electric shares with Bob her measurements. After being chased down another corridor and into an elevator where they both fall to their deaths Bob snaps out of his daydream at the last second. When he comes to, he finds his friends have lost the game in the same fa...

Midnight Run (1988)

Bounty hunter Jack Walsh (De Niro) is enlisted by bail bondsman Eddie Moscone (Pantoliano) to bring accountant Jonathan “The Duke” Mardukas (Grodin) back to L.A. The accountant had embezzled $15 million from Chicago mob boss Jimmy Serrano (Farina) before skipping the $450,000 bail Moscone has pos...

The Running Man (1987)

By 2017, the global economy has collapsed and American society has become a totalitarian police state, censoring all cultural activity. The government pacifies the populace by broadcasting a number of game shows in which convicted criminals fight for their lives, including the gladiator-style The...

The Park Is Mine (1986)

The Park Is Mine, is a 1986 made-for-TV movie directed by Steven Hilliard Stern, starring Tommy Lee Jones as a Vietnam War veteran. Mitch (Jones) takes control of Central Park in New York City, in what some would call an act of domestic terrorism and what others might call anti-establishment, to ...

Eye of the Tiger (1986)

After serving time in prison, Buck Matthews (Gary Busey), a Vietnam veteran, returns to his hometown to start his life over with his wife Christie (Denise Galik) and their five-year-old daughter Jennifer (Judith Barsi). However, he learns that the small town where he grew up is overrun by a large...

Warning Sign (1985)

The movie tells about the outbreak of a virulent bacteria in a secret military laboratory operating under the guise of a pesticide manufacturer. During routine work a sealed tube is broken, releasing the secret biological weapon. Where upon detecting the release of the agent, one of the plant's s...

Terror in the Aisles (1984)

Director Andrew J. Kuehn has excerpted brief segments of terror and suspense in a wide variety of horror films and strung them together with added commentary, as well as some enacted narrative, to create a compilation of fright-inducing effects. Halloween actor Donald Pleasence and Dressed to Kil...

The Star Chamber (1983)

Judge Hardin (Douglas) is an idealistic Los Angeles jurist who gets frustrated when the technicalities of the law prevent the prosecution of two men who are accused of raping and killing a 10-year-old boy. They were driving slowly late at night and attracted the suspicion of two police officers, ...

Fighting Back (1982)

The film opens with Philadelphia TV reporters viewing and broadcasting a news story on violence around the world, opening with footages from the assassination of John F. Kennedy ("when violence went public in America's living rooms") up to the recent Ronald Reagan assassination attempt and Pope J...

Brubaker (1980)

A mysterious man (Robert Redford) arrives at a prison as an inmate and witnesses rampant abuse and corruption, including open and endemic sexual assault, torture, worm-ridden diseased food, insurance fraud and a doctor charging inmates for care, amongst other things. During a dramatic standoff, h...