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Michael Connell Biehn ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler und Filmproduzent. Michael Connell Biehn (* Juli in Anniston, Alabama) ist ein US-​amerikanischer Schauspieler und Filmproduzent. Michael Biehn wurde international bekannt als Kyle Reese im ersten "Terminator​"-Film und stand danach noch zwei Mal für Starregisseur James. Alles zu Michael Biehn (*) bei notoco.co · Hier findest du alle Filme von Michael Biehn, Biografie, Bilder und News · notoco.co Ist "Aliens - Die Rückkehr" einer der besten Filme von Michael Biehn? Entdecke die besten Filme von Michael Biehn.

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In his two most famous roles as Kyle Reese in The Terminator and Corporal Dwayne Hicks in Aliens , he is injured towards the film's ending and has the film's heroine help him to walk.

Became a father for the fifth time. He has a son named Dashiell King Biehn born March 21, The role went to Stephen Baldwin. He auditioned for the lead role in Dredd , but lost out to Karl Urban.

He did get a much smaller role in the film. Stepson-in-law of Randy Chance Graham. He was considered for the role of Uncle Eddie on Big Love , which would have reunited him with Bill Paxton for the sixth time.

Much to his chagrin, the producers turned around and gave the role to Brian Kerwin. Dropped out from The Contractor due to scheduling conflicts with Planet Terror He was replaced by Ralph Brown.

The thriller involved a US investment banker, named Nick McGuire, making an unauthorized investment in a Russian pulp mill.

When the deal turns sour, he travels to Siberia to uncover the mystery. According to Balabanov, filming in New York went smoothly, but when the crew moved to Noril'sk, Northern Siberia, Biehn started drinking vodka heavily.

After four days of filming, the production relocated to Irkutsk, Central Siberia where, again according to the Russian director, Biehn would drank himself to a stupor.

Balabanov refused to continue filming, and the project was canceled. His acting teacher was the late Lauren Bacall. He was offered the role of Jesse Hooker in Near Dark but turned it down because he was not satisfied with the script.

He was considered for the role of Martin Riggs in Lethal Weapon He stated in an interview that making Navy Seals was "probably the worst experience of my life".

In he was set to star and direct the movie "The Hanged Man", a dramatic thriller written by Joel Newman which involved a man who crashes his car while passing through a small town; he is rescued, feed, given a place to stay and then kept as a slave for the town's master plan.

It was going to be produced by Terence Michael and Richard Finney ; by July of the same year, however, Biehn decided not to direct due to scheduling conflicts with The Magnificent Seven , and was replaced by Kevin Dowling , who already worked with him on Mojave Moon In early Biehn was credited as a co-producer, but the project never left the development stage.

At Cannes it was announced that he was going to play ailing porn-star John Holmes in "Wonderland," the story of the grisly murders of four people on Wonderland Avenue in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles.

Loriston Scott. Shooting was set for Fall of the same year in Los Angeles, but it happened only 4 years later with a different cast led by Val Kilmer , who took the role of Holmes.

James Cox , the new director, reworked the original script together with Captain Mauzner. Neill Blomkamp asked him to audition for the role that went to Sigourney Weaver in Chappie ; he originally envisioned that role to be male, but then changed his mind.

I'd rather have a small part in a good film with good people than play the lead in something I don't really care for. He was doing his thing, I was doing my thing, but I didn't really get to talk to him because Linda and I spend the entire film running away from Arnold.

One night, my adrenaline was running so high I actually tore the steering wheel off, and I just looked over at Linda [Hamilton] and said "Here, you drive!

I do a lot of research on most of my roles and before I start a role when I read a script I know all of the beats in the script and I know exactly how to do it because I've read about such a character or experienced similar things myself or had the same sort of relationship with people.

So, when I go in to act it it's mostly technique. I'm not an actor who just lets things happen in front of the camera. I know why they think of me as intense.

It's because on the set, I'm very concentrated. I don't just walk on and do my thing and walk off. I'm very intense when I'm working.

I know exactly what I'm doing before I get in there. A sense of insecurity, I think. It really comes down to not really having a full understanding of myself and my sense of self and having a real confidence in myself as a person.

I seem to be able to have more confidence in some characters I play, knowing right down the line exactly the way that I feel about things about the character whereas in real life I'm more insecure.

I don't really know the answers. I do firmly believe that I've been overlooked, especially in The Terminator Jim Cameron was saying to me at the time, "I don't know Michael why you are not being offered more movies now.

But now, five or six years later, when everyone has seen the movie five or six times on video people are beginning to realize how good it was and what a good performance it was.

But I have to say I don't feel shortchanged and I don't resent anything. I think it's best in the long run. Look at the Brat Pack: those guys got so much so fast that they were never allowed to really struggle and know what good chances they had in much of the work they were doing.

So even though I felt that some of my work was overlooked at times I know that it has made me stronger and better and it has made me work harder to get other jobs and be good in them.

I want to be in the best movies I can be in, but if I can't be in the best movies, then I want to be the best I can be in whatever I am in.

I try not to think of my art as a career, because the only time in my life I feel very good about standing on this earth is when I'm acting.

That's why I do it: for those few moments when everything just feels so good. I almost never get to play heroes like Corporal Hicks [from Aliens ].

It must be the glint in my eyes. People think something wicked is going on. After all the time and effort I put into it, I just thought that was not the way for Hicks to go out.

I've never even seen it. But I don't think there's any doubt that the first two Alien movies are the great ones. They haven't dated.

Hell, Aliens looks better than the Alien films that came after it. I always used to tell my agent I didn't want to be a movie star.

I just wanted to be an actor and it kinda worked out that way. The problem was I didn't get paid as much and I didn't get the choice of scripts that I wanted.

Producers and directors seem to like me because I'm a pretty good story editor and I've got a pretty good BS meter and I'm pretty good at saying: "This doesn't make sense.

Maybe we could do this? I'm pretty good at not only pointing out problems in a script but having solutions for them, as well, and I've gotten good to the point I'm now directing myself.

I get to decide when to release the film, when to sell it and for how much. I have the James Cameron contract on the Roger Corman budget.

People think that 'It's the Alien sequel so it'll just be great' but they forget it was Ridley Scott and James Cameron , y'know?

You just don't follow those guys. You really don't. You've really got to be good to follow those guys And Fincher David Fincher ended up being a great filmmaker but his Aliens was not, I don't think, as good as the rest of them.

I don't know why I never got round to watching The Terminator three or four I actually saw a little bit of four in my hotel room once.

I actually watched about 30 minutes of it and I just turned it off because I didn't know what was going on, bombs were blowing up all over the place, there was no dialogue, everybody was shooting everybody I was like "Ah man, this is not for me.

Ridley's Ridley Scott a guy that'll do something interesting and he's been making interesting, wonderful movies all his life.

I mean when you go back and look at something like Blade Runner , and from Blade Runner on he's just made great films. The reason Tombstone was such a good movie is because it had a great script by Kevin Jarre.

It had great characters. And it had great actors to play them. Kurt was great. I don't think Val has been better in any other movie.

It's his greatest performance. You've got Jason Priestley and Billy Zane. Billy Bob Thornton and Frank Stallone. Everywhere you look, there is a new face that pops up.

They are a celebrity, but they fit into this world. I think our film was the bubblegum version. We had to take a hundred and thirty-five page script and shoot it in twelve weeks.

Kurt Russell and Jim Jacks really saved the movie. I believe they did it by tearing scenes out. So Powers Boothe would lose a scene.

I would lose a scene. Bill Paxton would lose a scene. Or two scenes. Or three scenes. Everybody's ego had to be messaged at that point.

We were watching our characters disappear. Without Kurt's leadership, that movie would have folded at that point. I give Kurt Russell a lot of credit for managing everybody's egos.

And making the right decisions on what needed to be cut and what didn't need to be cut. I was really disappointed with that movie, because we had the Navy behind us, we had a really, really good producer, Bernard Williams , we had a great crew and a great cast.

We had a script that could've been worked on, could've been made a lot better, but they wanted to make this kind of silly movie about Charlie Sheen running and jumping on the back of a car, putting it in reverse, and driving it off a ramp.

The director wanted to make I don't know what he wanted to make. A comedy or something. I guess he considered it like an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie.

We wanted to make a really good movie, and it really turned out to be kind of a mish-mash and not a very good movie at all.

So it's really kind of Well, I'm certainly not a tough guy. I like to think of myself as a good father. And somebody who enjoys his works,somebody who's like A little troubled, you know, I've had some problems in the past.

I had a serious problem with alcohol for a number of years which I've overcome. But that was very difficult, ruined a couple of marriages and probably stunted my 'carrier' to a certain degree.

But a human,you know. I'm just a human like everybody else. On his role in Hill Street Blues That was a great character for me.

I loved that character because he was just such a total asshole. He was a racist, he was a misogynist, he didn't like women, he didn't like anybody, he was a loudmouth, he was crude What was cool about him was that I got to work with Betty Thomas and Ed Marinaro , and when I was standing between the two of them, I looked like a shrimp.

I mean, I'm 6 feet tall, but Ed's gotta be 6-foot-2 or 6-foot-3, and Betty's gotta be 6-foot-1 or 6-foot-2, so I looked like Robert Conrad , like any minute I was gonna say, "Knock this battery off my shoulder!

It's one of my favourite characters, in fact. I loved him. I only had two lines, and they were the same line: "Runner headed toward Quadrant Four!

I was like, "Oh, my God, what's my other line? I mean, it was huge, you know? Flying into New York and all that Stigwood press - I was more intimidated about being in such a big production than I was about working with Lauren Bacall or Garner.

I had been working in television, and I thought I had the stuff, and Lauren Bacall certainly didn't intimidate me. That was a theater production.

But when I went in and I read for Jim, I guess I kind of kept some of that southern accent; it stayed with me.

So, Jim called my agents and said "We really like him a lot, but he's a little too regional for us. He sounded Southern I read with Rosanna Arquette once and On Coach Well I haven't seen that movie in 20 or 30 years, but I think it was cute enough, I think it was fun enough, I don't think there was anything horrifically stupid about it.

It was an exploitation movie. It used sex exploitation. But I think I had a character in there who was attractive, and I had a lot of fun making it, playing basketball and hanging out with Cathy Lee Crosby.

It wasn't too bad for a year-old kid from Arizona. On William Friedkin He likes to challenge his actors, there's no doubt about that. He challenges you to the extent to where he can find a weakness in you and then he will plunge a knife in there and try to gut you as a person and as an actor.

I think that it keeps you on your toes. In real life, like when you are not on the set, Billy is the nicest most articulate fun loving, poker-playing guy.

He can talk about history and opera and fashion and women He is just a lovely, interesting man to be around and I love Billy Freidkin.

I love him to death, but you get him on a set and he turns into the devil. On turning down Near Dark Kathryn called and offered me the role that Lance played.

I read that script and I found it confusing, and I made a mistake, probably, by passing on it. I'm a very linear person - I've got to see beginning, middle and end, and if the scenes don't make sense to me, it's very hard for me to progress with them.

I mean, I had real trouble with movies like Memento and Irreversible , and the flashbacks, stuff like that. Again, it was a mistake that I made, because I would've loved to have worked with Kathryn, because she went on to do the movie with Patrick Swayze and Keanu, and there was a call that was made to me about the Patrick Swayze role in that, also.

That was a mistake, that I didn't do Near Dark I look at it, and I've seen it recently, and it's an interesting film from a first time filmmaker, and she's a brilliant filmmaker.

On getting Aliens I got called by Gale Hurd on the Friday night checking my passport was in order. He left prematurely two years later to pursue an acting career in Hollywood.

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Coffey in The Abyss Biehn got his start in movies with a bit part in the film version of Grease in In , Biehn confirmed in an interview that he will not be reprising the role for Terminator: Dark Fate or any other future installments.

In the same interview, Biehn claimed that he was initially not enthusiastic about appearing in a Schwarzenegger film, as he had hoped to act alongside the likes of Al Pacino and Robert De Niro.

In an early draft of Alien 3 written by William Gibson , Biehn's character Hicks who had survived the events of Aliens was to become the protagonist, replacing Ellen Ripley Sigourney Weaver.

Biehn, upon learning of his character's demise, demanded and received almost as much salary for the use of his likeness in one scene as he had been paid for his role in Aliens.

All three shows were subsequently cancelled because of low ratings. Biehn directed the film The Blood Bond.

Biehn has been married three times. His first wife was actress Carlene Olson, whom he married on July 11, They had twin sons, Devon and Taylor b.

He then married his second wife, Gina Marsh. They had two sons, Caelan Michael b. April 11, and Alexander b.

March 19, before separating in Biehn is now married to actress Jennifer Blanc , who co-produced and starred alongside him in The Victim.

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Retrieved January 13, Omaha World-Herald. After all the time and effort I put into it, I just thought that was not the way for Hicks to go out.

I've never even seen it. But I don't think there's any doubt that the first two Alien movies are the great ones.

They haven't dated. Hell, Aliens looks better than the Alien films that came after it. I always used to tell my agent I didn't want to be a movie star.

I just wanted to be an actor and it kinda worked out that way. The problem was I didn't get paid as much and I didn't get the choice of scripts that I wanted.

Producers and directors seem to like me because I'm a pretty good story editor and I've got a pretty good BS meter and I'm pretty good at saying: "This doesn't make sense.

Maybe we could do this? I'm pretty good at not only pointing out problems in a script but having solutions for them, as well, and I've gotten good to the point I'm now directing myself.

I get to decide when to release the film, when to sell it and for how much. I have the James Cameron contract on the Roger Corman budget.

People think that 'It's the Alien sequel so it'll just be great' but they forget it was Ridley Scott and James Cameron , y'know?

You just don't follow those guys. You really don't. You've really got to be good to follow those guys And Fincher David Fincher ended up being a great filmmaker but his Aliens was not, I don't think, as good as the rest of them.

I don't know why I never got round to watching The Terminator three or four I actually saw a little bit of four in my hotel room once.

I actually watched about 30 minutes of it and I just turned it off because I didn't know what was going on, bombs were blowing up all over the place, there was no dialogue, everybody was shooting everybody I was like "Ah man, this is not for me.

Ridley's Ridley Scott a guy that'll do something interesting and he's been making interesting, wonderful movies all his life.

I mean when you go back and look at something like Blade Runner , and from Blade Runner on he's just made great films. The reason Tombstone was such a good movie is because it had a great script by Kevin Jarre.

It had great characters. And it had great actors to play them. Kurt was great. I don't think Val has been better in any other movie.

It's his greatest performance. You've got Jason Priestley and Billy Zane. Billy Bob Thornton and Frank Stallone. Everywhere you look, there is a new face that pops up.

They are a celebrity, but they fit into this world. I think our film was the bubblegum version. We had to take a hundred and thirty-five page script and shoot it in twelve weeks.

Kurt Russell and Jim Jacks really saved the movie. I believe they did it by tearing scenes out. So Powers Boothe would lose a scene.

I would lose a scene. Bill Paxton would lose a scene. Or two scenes. Or three scenes. Everybody's ego had to be messaged at that point.

We were watching our characters disappear. Without Kurt's leadership, that movie would have folded at that point.

I give Kurt Russell a lot of credit for managing everybody's egos. And making the right decisions on what needed to be cut and what didn't need to be cut.

I was really disappointed with that movie, because we had the Navy behind us, we had a really, really good producer, Bernard Williams , we had a great crew and a great cast.

We had a script that could've been worked on, could've been made a lot better, but they wanted to make this kind of silly movie about Charlie Sheen running and jumping on the back of a car, putting it in reverse, and driving it off a ramp.

The director wanted to make I don't know what he wanted to make. A comedy or something. I guess he considered it like an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie.

We wanted to make a really good movie, and it really turned out to be kind of a mish-mash and not a very good movie at all. So it's really kind of Well, I'm certainly not a tough guy.

I like to think of myself as a good father. And somebody who enjoys his works,somebody who's like A little troubled, you know, I've had some problems in the past.

I had a serious problem with alcohol for a number of years which I've overcome. But that was very difficult, ruined a couple of marriages and probably stunted my 'carrier' to a certain degree.

But a human,you know. I'm just a human like everybody else. On his role in Hill Street Blues That was a great character for me. I loved that character because he was just such a total asshole.

He was a racist, he was a misogynist, he didn't like women, he didn't like anybody, he was a loudmouth, he was crude What was cool about him was that I got to work with Betty Thomas and Ed Marinaro , and when I was standing between the two of them, I looked like a shrimp.

I mean, I'm 6 feet tall, but Ed's gotta be 6-foot-2 or 6-foot-3, and Betty's gotta be 6-foot-1 or 6-foot-2, so I looked like Robert Conrad , like any minute I was gonna say, "Knock this battery off my shoulder!

It's one of my favourite characters, in fact. I loved him. I only had two lines, and they were the same line: "Runner headed toward Quadrant Four!

I was like, "Oh, my God, what's my other line? I mean, it was huge, you know? Flying into New York and all that Stigwood press - I was more intimidated about being in such a big production than I was about working with Lauren Bacall or Garner.

I had been working in television, and I thought I had the stuff, and Lauren Bacall certainly didn't intimidate me.

That was a theater production. But when I went in and I read for Jim, I guess I kind of kept some of that southern accent; it stayed with me.

So, Jim called my agents and said "We really like him a lot, but he's a little too regional for us. He sounded Southern I read with Rosanna Arquette once and On Coach Well I haven't seen that movie in 20 or 30 years, but I think it was cute enough, I think it was fun enough, I don't think there was anything horrifically stupid about it.

It was an exploitation movie. It used sex exploitation. But I think I had a character in there who was attractive, and I had a lot of fun making it, playing basketball and hanging out with Cathy Lee Crosby.

It wasn't too bad for a year-old kid from Arizona. On William Friedkin He likes to challenge his actors, there's no doubt about that. He challenges you to the extent to where he can find a weakness in you and then he will plunge a knife in there and try to gut you as a person and as an actor.

I think that it keeps you on your toes. In real life, like when you are not on the set, Billy is the nicest most articulate fun loving, poker-playing guy.

He can talk about history and opera and fashion and women He is just a lovely, interesting man to be around and I love Billy Freidkin.

I love him to death, but you get him on a set and he turns into the devil. On turning down Near Dark Kathryn called and offered me the role that Lance played.

I read that script and I found it confusing, and I made a mistake, probably, by passing on it. I'm a very linear person - I've got to see beginning, middle and end, and if the scenes don't make sense to me, it's very hard for me to progress with them.

I mean, I had real trouble with movies like Memento and Irreversible , and the flashbacks, stuff like that. Again, it was a mistake that I made, because I would've loved to have worked with Kathryn, because she went on to do the movie with Patrick Swayze and Keanu, and there was a call that was made to me about the Patrick Swayze role in that, also.

That was a mistake, that I didn't do Near Dark I look at it, and I've seen it recently, and it's an interesting film from a first time filmmaker, and she's a brilliant filmmaker.

On getting Aliens I got called by Gale Hurd on the Friday night checking my passport was in order. I said yes, and I was shooting Monday morning.

Which meant that I didn't have to do that three weeks of rehearsal period, before the movie started, where they did the round table reading, and they would take all the soldiers out and march them over and over again, and have all the dinners.

I just jumped right in, I just did it from the word go, and so that was a relief to me, because any time anyone does an army movie, they take all the actors out and get some old worn out drill sergeant to put 'em through their paces, and I hate to do that.

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