>Thomas writes: "went
to school with brad as kids in south carolina. he threw great fits in
studyhall - very vocal. we burned models that we'd built on the fire-escape,
using lighter fluid. rode horses. he came back from christmas vacation
with a very strange record under his arm- freewheelin' bob dylan..........."
>Brad's last name was spelled wrong in the credits for the movie 'Murder
in the First. They spelled it 'Douriff' when it should be 'Dourif'
Thanks to Atsuko for this one:
> Brad's co-star in 'Common Bonds', Michael Ironside also joined in 'Soulkeeper'...
but his voice only. ( I got this information from a fanpage of Mr. Ironside
Thanks to Molly for the next 3!
>And the guy who played the Baron in "Dune" was the asshole firefighter
who put the shit in the guy's care in "Ragtime"
>The guy who played Hoover Shoates in "Wise Blood" was also in "Guyana
Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones" with Brad
>The guy who played Enoch Emory(Dan Shor), alongside Brad's Hazel Motes,(Wise
Blood), also co-starred with Brad on the t.v. show "Studs Lonigan".
>Brad's co-star in 'Common Bonds', Michael Ironside, also lended his voice
for the video game Run Like Hell
>Brad can still recite the script from 'Wise Blood'
>When Brad was filming the opening scene for Myst III Exile,(where he
throw the fire marble),Brad was told to throw it as hard as he could,
so that it would look real in the game. He tossed it so hard that he cracked
the ball and almost broke it.
>Brad 'officially' being cast as Grima Wormtongue was announced on July
>At the begining of 'Amos and Andrew', the song 'Beyond the Sea' is playing,
and Brad was in the X-Files Episode: Beond the Sea.
>Brad shaved his eyebrows and wore an opaque conact in one eye for his
role as 'Grima Wormtongue' in The Two Towers.
>Brad has been an action figure....twice. As Saavedro in Myst III: Exile
and as Grima Wormtonge in TTT
>Brad has been in two movies/tv apperances where a character was named
'Boggs'. 'If Looks Could Kill', and 'The X-Files: Beyond the Sea'
>Brad filmed 'Bride of Chucky' and 'Urban Legend' at the same time
>In the movie 'The Ring' and one of the videos that you see on the shelf,
along with the 'ring' movie is 'Spontaneous Combustion'