Randy Randall Rudy Quaid is an American actor known for his roles in both serious drama and light comedy. He is the son of Juanita Bonniedale, a real estate agent, and William Rudy quaid, an electrician. He has English, Scots-Irish, and Cajun ancestry.
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Randy Randall Rudy Quaid is an American actor known for his roles in both serious drama and light comedy. He was nominated for an Academy Award, BAFTA Award and a Golden Globe Award for his role in The Last Detail in 1973. In 1978 he co-starred as a prisoner in Midnight Express. Quaid has appeared in over 90 films. He is the son of Juanita Bonniedale, a real estate agent, and William Rudy quaid, an electrician. He has English, Scots-Irish, and Cajun ancestry. Through his father, he is a first cousin, twice removed, of cowboy performer Gene Autry. He also voiced Alameda Slim in the animated feature Home on the Range. Quaid said that he always wanted to play LBJ since he became an actor. He previously starred in seven films with Bill Murray, including Independence Day, Quick Change, and Kingpin, where he played the bowler in the 1996 film Kingpin. In 1992, he played monster in Frankenstein, filmed in Poland and the U.S. He said he wanted to emphasize the human qualities of the monster, not just a disfigured man, but a man who is basically struggling for equal rights. He wants anything any man would want any man to want, he said. He thought he could handle the Viet Cong in Texas. But he had no understanding of their culture or the way they handle their culture.
In 1987, he won a Golden. Globe Award and was nominations for an Emmy for his portrayal of U. S. President Lyndon Johnson in LBJ: The Early Years. He also received Emmy nominations for his. roles in A Streetcar Named Desire and Elvis. He is also known for playing Cousin Eddie in the National Lampoon’s Vacation movies. He played Larry Meadows, a young. United States Navy sailor on his way to serve a harsh sentence for petty theft. He acted opposite Charles Bronson in the 1975 action film of a Mexican prison escape Breakout, based on actual events. In 1976 he played opposite Marlon Brando in The Missouri Breaks. He appeared in the comedy Martians Go Home and Cold Dog Soup and played the King of Spain in Goya’s Ghosts. In 1990 he appeared in four of the four films of the science fiction film Amish Ishmael, as well as a pilot in the blockbuster science fiction movie Independence Day. He had a role in the film The Amish is Amish, as a bowler, and also played the Amish Amish pilot in Amish Are Amish. His first major critically acclaimed role was in Peter Bogdanovich’s The Last Picture Show. He won the role in what became his debut film, and Quaid won the roles in What’s Up, Doc? and Paper Moon.