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Salt Lake City, Utah, USA


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Anthony Wilford Brimley (born September 27, 1934), better known as either A. Wilford Brimley or Wilford Brimley, is an American actor. He has appeared in such films as The China Syndrome and Cocoon. Brimley is also known for appearing in television commercials, including ads for Quaker Oats and Liberty Medical. Brimley was born in Salt Lake City, Utah where his father worked as a real estate broker. Diagnosed with diabetes in 1979, Brimley began working to raise awareness of the disease. The American Diabetes Association (ADA) honored Brimley in 2008 with an award to recognize his lifetime of service in this venerable cause. Brimley has been active visiting Veterans Administration hospitals and communities to advise patients on how to manage their diseases. The ADA presented the award to the actor at the Port St. Lucie headquarters of Liberty Medical on December 19, 2008. Brimley is an activist, paying from his own funds for ads to have Utah allow horse-race, gambling and he was actively opposed to the banning of cockfighting in New Mexico (which of course is opposed by many people). Brimley enjoys playing poker and has played in the World Series of Poker Main Event. Brimley lent his support to John McCain in the 2008 U.S. presidential election. In the days leading up to his selection for vice president, McCain stated that he would pick Brimley: "He`s a former Marine and great guy and he`s older than I am, so that might work." Before his career in acting, Brimley worked as a ranch hand, wrangler, blacksmith, and a bodyguard for Howard Hughes. He then began shoeing horses for film and television. He began acting in the 1960s as a riding extra in Westerns and as a stunt man at the urging of his friend, actor Robert Duvall. Brimley became famous later in life for appearing in such films as The Hotel New Hampshire, John Carpenter`s The Thing, and Cocoon. In 2001, he starred in the Turner Network Television film Crossfire Trail with Tom Selleck. He had an important role in The China Syndrome. He often plays a gruff or stodgy old man, notably on the 1980s drama series Our House. His first characterization was in Absence of Malice, in which he played a small but key role as a curmudgeonly, outspoken James A. Wells, Assistant U.S. Attorney General. He expanded on this characterization in The Natural, as the world-weary manager of a hapless baseball team. He is known to Star Wars fans as Noa Briqualon in George Lucas` 1985 made-for-TV movie Ewoks: The Battle for Endor. In a change from his "good guy" roles such as those in Our House, he played William Devasher, the ominous head of security for Bendini, Lambert & Locke in the Tom Cruise film The Firm (1993), based on the novel by John Grisham.

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Anthony Wilford Brimley


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Anthony Wilford Brimley (born September 27, 1934) is an American actor who has appeared in films and television series. After serving in the Marines and doing a variety of jobs including ranch hand and wrangler, Brimley became an extra for Westerns, and in little more than a decade he had established himself as a character actor in films such as The China Syndrome, and The Natural (1984). His trademark mustache, accent and brusque delivery made Brimley recognizable, but forthrightness on screen was on occasion matched by bluntness on set when his interpretation of a character was being faulted. Brimley's weather beaten appearance enabled him to be convincing as someone decades older in the film Cocoon (1985).

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Dropped out to serve in Marine Corps

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Many TV commercials for Liberty Medical Supply (1999 - present), TV commercials for Quaker Instant Oatmeal (circa 1990), Print ads for Liberty Medical Supply home testing equipment (2003-present)

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twitter.com/realwilfordb?lang=en, www.nndb.com/people/593/000022527/, www.linkedin.com/in/wilford-brimley-41b5124b/

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