And Patrick [Swayze] was so physically gifted. And Ebbets Field was tiny, so not many of you were at the game. I’m going to do another one with Billy Lawrence starting Friday, so we’ll see. He is known for his roles as Perry Cox in Scrubs, Bob Slydell in Office Space, Sergeant Red O'Neill in Oliver Stone's Platoon and Marv in Stone's Wall Street.He has also written and produced for television and movies. So we always had this great lead-in. John C. McGinley's path to stardom is a story that reads like a classic Hollywood script. Somebody died. He has written and produced for television and film. He’s also interpreting it for people who aren’t there. We flew into Manila; we had two days at the hotel, and there were kids—little boys and teenagers—walking around with AK-47s, throughout the city. The Bobs. Perry Cox” JCM: I got the pilot for Scrubs sent to me, and in the margin for Dr. Cox, it said “a John McGinley type.” So when I went in to audition, I said to Billy Lawrence, who’s a dear friend of mine, I said, “Well, I’m John McGinley.” And he said, “I know, but because there’s so many ladles in the soup in television, you have to go through an audition process.” Disney was the producer, so I had to audition twice at Disney. News/Funny or Die GOP Presidential Online Internet Cyber Debate. It seems like the making of Platoon was a similar experience. Office Space (1999)—“Bob Slydell” JCM: Office Space was directed by Mike Judge. But for Kathryn to be doing a study of those two chemicals in men, I thought, made it unique. And NBC was the exhibitor, and so I auditioned twice at NBC. So that script had been kicking around for a while. John Christopher McGinley (New York, 3 augustus 1959) is een Amerikaanse acteur, scenarist en filmproducent.Hij werd in 2003 genomineerd voor een Golden Satellite Award voor zijn rol als de cynische dokter Perry Cox in de Amerikaanse sitcom Scrubs.Drie jaar later kreeg hij de Festival Director's Award op het Method Fest voor indie films dankzij zijn rol in Two Tickets to Paradise. British actors, they get to do that in London sometimes. It becomes very chilling when you’re there. Scrubs . You didn’t have to generate much stuff. If you want to operate outside of it, [that] is when all the crazy stories of actors getting run over by Oliver happen.  But it’s Oliver’s movie. He’s been ubiquitous in television and film over the past few decades, often playing law-enforcement agents and other authority figures in films like 1991’s Point Break and 1995’s Seven, before finding a career-defining role as the irreverent but loving doctor/mentor he played on Scrubs for close to a decade. And my father, like Oliver’s father, worked downtown in a financial capacity. Then at the end of the 17 days, we started shooting. Agents, blah blah. That was the audition piece, since the two Bobs weren’t really on the page. The Academy Awards used to be on the same night as the NCAA championships, and [that year] Syracuse played Indiana. I love grinding like that. Then, because he shot it as close to chronologically as possible, as you died—as your character died—you left. And Brian lives literally across the street from me in Los Angeles. Divenuto celebre grazie al film di Oliver Stone Platoon nel 1986, ha poi partecipato ad almeno altre quattro produzioni del regista. I’m only in two or three different interiors, that interview room and out in the office and then at the stapler guy’s desk. Because there was a revolution. John C. McGinley's path to stardom is a story that reads like a classic Hollywood script. Buddy apologizes later and tips Marv off about his big Bluestar buy. That’s Brian’s film. And by the results. Sure. Car 54, Where Are You? While he may have been demanding on them, his loyalty is reciprocated by them going from film to film with him. Actor. That was right at the apex of the recession. But when you do bring actors in, like Oliver [Stone] does, like Kathryn Bigelow does, and Roland Joffe and these great directors. Board Member, International Spokesperson, Global Down Syndrome Foundation Award-Winning Actor . AVC: He’s not just describing the game. Some kid got buried alive. Für den Film Club der Lügner (1990) schrieb John McGinley das Drehbuch und übernahm zudem eine Nebenrolle. It’s the funniest thing I’ve ever read. Monday through Wednesday, and they’d fly me last flight out from Toronto to Kansas City to shoot Thursday and Friday in Kansas City. That was a dream come true. I knew of Red, having been a baseball fan and a broadcast historian, and so that’s where I saw myself fitting in the story. I have to go and ask Mr. Papp if I can go.” So I did. [Bigelow’s Blue Steel also features a female protagonist in Jamie Lee Curtis —Ed.] Are you a big baseball fan? JCM: Same. Hisense - 70" Class H65 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Android TV. And every day the rumors became more and more pronounced. In other words, in the five walking steps it takes for your blood to circulate, the bamboo viper’s poison will make its way from wherever the entry is to your heart, then it will arrest your heart. But who are the Bobs?” And he goes, “We’ll invent them down in Austin.”. We were in a building, where we go to find the skinny guy, we were in a building that was filled with asbestos, and we shut down for a little while and then we came back after the asbestos problem had been dealt with. JCM: No. Platoon (1986)—“Sgt. The intense, unblinking actor specializes in sarcasm, cynicism, and a used car dealer's unctuous insincerity, meaning he can play either wacky or sinister in both comedies and dramas. Surely the actors could take the leap to [comparing it to] Vietnam, about how fragile their situation was in the Philippines, And it was just… actors weren’t acting. So you want to do it?” It was like manna from heaven. Everybody was miserable, and that’s what he wanted. Office Space. Did you ever find yourself slipping into it at home? And that’s fine. We shot about three or four different endings about what’s in the box. Then we got back and Keanu [Reeves] was cast in it, and they offered me the boss of the FBI. Seven (1995)—“California”JCM: Seven was produced by Arnold Kopelson who also produced Platoon. JCM: Yeah. It was called Johnny Utah. You would never, ever do anything to jeopardize that. The guy won an Academy Award for writing L.A. Marv delivered some much … John C. McGinley, the star of Stan Against Evil on IFC, opens up about his work, family and his crusade to educate and change the world. I wish I could be one of the players, but that ship sailed. AVC: Apocalypse Now was similarly afflicted with problems stemming from coups and revolts in the Philippines. Whenever I’m surfing around on TV and I see Seven, I stop. JCM: Yes. Everybody came in and auditioned for that. On this episode of Fake Doctors, Real Friends, John C. McGinley joins Zach Braff and Donald Faison to talk about episode 10 of season two of Scrubs.Unfortunately, John watched the wrong episode by mistake! I took a meeting with Mr. Papp, lowly third guy on the right in Hamlet, and he said the most wonderful thing and was true to his word. Baseball buff McGinley can currently be seen (and heard) stealing scenes from the likes of Harrison Ford in the Jackie Robinson biopic 42, as colorful announcer Red Barber, whose poetic, flavorful commentary on Robinson breaking the race barrier is a definite highlight. We just started to roll camera and do stuff. So when Red and his group got to go to the stadium and tell you what they were looking at, I think it liberated a whole creative stream of consciousness that they could lend word to. your own Pins on Pinterest Xem phim TRUNG ĐỘI - 1986 - quốc gia: Mỹ - diễn viên: Forest Whitaker, Francesco Quinn, John C. McGinley, Keith David, Kevin Dillon TRUNG ĐỘI HD Platoon là câu chuyện được kể lại của một trung đội lính Mỹ đóng quân tại biên giới Việt Nam – Campuchia thông qua … AVC: Coppola famously said of Apocalypse Now that it wasn’t a film about Vietnam: It was Vietnam. It was very Big Boy. AVC: The film is interesting as well in that it was an adaptation of an old television show. Then the financing fell out, and the film was scuttled for two years. So I was on the film a lot longer than I was on the page. He was so great as Bodhi. John C. McGinley. AVC: That seems to be true of a lot of her films. JCM: Yes. Then, when you’re comfortable, I’ll come over and you can do the voice for me. He was way back in here, and there was a perpetual cigar in his mouth and he says, [imitates Papp’s gravelly voice] “Mack, we’re going to do it again.” I said, “What?” And he said, “We’re going to do the play again. JCM: We were. John McGinley, often credited as John C. McGinley, has become one of the most prolific character actors in Hollywood since he first got noticed in Oliver Stone's Platoon (1986). Discover (and save!) So that’s when Reagan gave him political asylum in Hawaii. So we were at the Laertes sword fight at the end of the play, and Oliver [Stone] calls and says, “John Spencer dropped out of playing Sgt. Now that’s ubiquitous, but back then it was relatively rare. He is most notable for his roles as Perry Cox in Scrubs, Bob Slydell in Office Space, Captain Hendrix in The Rock, Sergeant Red O'Neill in Oliver Stone's Platoon, Marv in Stone's Wall Street, and FBI agent Ben Harp in Point Break. Plus, Brian also gave me license to go through Red’s autobiography and all these World Series broadcasts and cherry-pick things out and present it to him. That’s not a big deal. Mother (1996)—“Carl”JCM: I went to Paramount to audition for Mother, and I met [writer-director-star] Albert [Brooks]. He’s very protective of the actors, and he’s demanding on his crews, but all the department heads are guys who have worked with him through music videos, commercials, and four or five different films. Scrubs, we used to do it once a week, but at that time it was just really hard. That’s why it’s little more interesting than it should be. In 1987, he had returned to New York after shooting Oliver Stone’s “Platoon” in the Philippines. (1994)—“Officer Muldoon” JCM: I have mixed feelings about Car 54, Where Are You? But not enough to want to miss the Syracuse game. Little did I know that this was John C. McGinley's first major film role. And I said yes, but I didn’t have the spine to go in and tell Mr. Papp that I had to pull out of another production. Then they put us on behind Frasier. I bleed Yankee blue. “Triple-canopy” meaning the level of forestation left you on the ground in almost perpetual darkness; that’s how thick the vegetation was. Don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of sets where you hit your mark, say your line, and you’re wrapped. Did you find that to be true? AVC: It seems like there was a genuine element of danger. JCM: I’m a baseball fanatic. Hamlet opened and closed, and it was the most important Hamlet on these shores. JCM: Look, the generation before Red Barber and Mel Allen was doing broadcast from the bowels of the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building, reading ticker tapes. John Christopher McGinley is an American actor. So I went in to meet Albert to play his brother, and he goes, “But you’re not Jewish.” And I said, “No, but so what?” And he goes, “No.” So I get to do that delicious scene in the beginning of the movie and worked with one of my heroes. Another kid got bit by a bamboo viper, which is called a five-step snake. AVC: Considering what a perilous experience the making of the film was, it must have been tremendously validating for it to become not just a success but also a pop-culture phenomenon. This little kid died. Außerdem nahm McGinley am Prominenten-Special der Show American Gladiators teil, wo er gegen Dean Cain verlor. But he was true to his word, and I was only down there for three days, which is fantastic because we just stayed in. It was kind of the actor’s dream to be in a studio film during the day and in a hit play at night. And so I finally called and said, “Listen, I’d like to jump the chain of command here and go over and ring his doorbell and say, ‘Hey, I’d like to do this film with you.’” And so I did. Amazon.com: Platoon: Charlie Sheen, Johnny Depp, Willem Dafoe, Tom Berenger, John C. McGinley, Oliver Stone: Movies & TV So before you came in, you were issued illustrations and sent a file on your computer of an animated version of the role that Gary played. AVC: Did Stone’s approach change at all between the two films? The burden of pulling a rabbit out of a hat is a very slippery slope. It’s very liberating when you don’t have to do that. JM: She finally has a female protagonist in Zero Dark Thirty. And he puts creative blinders on that are tantamount to what a Kentucky Derby thoroughbred has on as far as his vision goes. When you start to bring actors in on a collaborative capacity, they’ll do anything for you. AVC: You create something out of nothing. Découvrez sa biographie, le détail de ses 32 ans de carrière et toute son actualité John C. McGinley is one of those actors: If you don't know the name, you probably know the face... and, you should be grateful for that. Scrubs (2001-2010)—“Dr. And that happened for about four weeks. So for three days, we just immersed into that and shot tons and tons of stuff for those people coming in when we’re going to fire them or downsize. No need to waste time endlessly browsing—here's the entire lineup of new movies and TV shows streaming on Netflix this month. And Arnold just said, “You should meet David. Pop culture obsessives writing for the pop culture obsessed. John C. McGinley. And if she had lost the army, then there would be a coup. So for a week or so, I just obsessed on these discs. I was only on that film for about two and a half weeks, but it was really intense. And that’s when Imelda [Marcos’] shoes became the fodder of late-night jokes. Confidential, so telling an actor, “You can bring some of Red’s stuff—no John McGinley stuff—Red’s stuff, to my script…” Which I did, and he would end up choosing stuff that was germane to the story he was telling. And that felt good. And when I felt comfortable enough to read his script with Red’s voice, I called him and said, “Come on over.” I was very nervous. Then we immediately went out to a place that was in the middle of nowhere; it was a triple-canopy jungle. What’s so interesting about Point Break to me is that it’s a study of testosterone and adrenaline by a woman. Then we got brought back for season nine. So I auditioned for “a John McGinley type” five times. È celebre per le sue interpretazioni di personaggi cinici e, talvolta, sinistri. Then we were on our own, and somehow we stuck around for nine years, which is impossible. And for some reason, I don’t know what this was born out of, but he goes, [Albert Brooks voice] “You have to say what’s on the page.” I was like, “Well, that’s all I want to say.”. We started with three groups of eight, 24 guys, and then five are left. John C. McGinley stars in IFC's "Stan Against Evil," back for a second season. Because everyone else is gone. [Ferdinand] Marcos had lost the free election and then wouldn’t leave. And we went through about 17 days of a boot camp where we weren’t allowed to call anyone by their names, but by their characters’. I can’t cast you unless I hear you do the voice.” And I was comfortable with that. John C. McGinley's path to stardom is a story that reads like a classic Hollywood script. So we stayed at home, and we flicked back and forth between the Syracuse game and Oliver, for the four awards the film would win. Fingers crossed. And that was thrilling. AVC: It’s striking how lyrical and poetic some of Barber’s lines in the film are. And for some reason, I couldn’t get any traction going in to audition for the role through the normal channels. Just as a history buff and more of his stats. When you came in, everybody auditioned for the role Gary Cole played. So all these things are swirling, and then somebody calls “action.” The lens loves all that. Guys weren’t acting; they were behaving. The catch: They don’t know beforehand what roles we’ll ask them to talk about. McGinley began his career as a theater actor before making the leap to the big screen with the help of Oliver Stone, who cast him in such iconic, zeitgeist-capturing smashes as 1986’s Platoon and 1987’s Wall Street. He is most notable … John C. McGinley The man on the left is my father. I would do Car 54, Where Are You? 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McGinley is an actor, most notable for his roles as Perry Cox in Scrubs, Bob Slydell in Office Space, and Sergeant Red O’Neill in Oliver Stone’s Platoon.He has also written and produced for television and film. I wouldn’t pretend to know what happened, what the decision-making process was, but we busted our humps on those numbers, and then the film came out and I didn’t understand what I was watching. That’s it. Life went by, and finally the revolution settled down and we left to go and do Platoon. Because we shot it as a musical and whoever the studio head was at Orion, or whoever the powers that be were, cut all but, like, two musical numbers out of it. John McGinley, often credited as John C. McGinley, has become one of the most prolific character actors in Hollywood since he first got noticed in Oliver Stone's Platoon (1986). And then, given that, he put some slack in the leash and we were good to go. You were lucky enough to get into the fraternity/sorority of the Public, which is what it’s called. So we were sitting in the village. It’s almost like he’s spontaneously composing poetry about the things in front of him. AVC: Fincher is notorious for being meticulous in his vision and very hard on actors. Of course, toward the end, for the last month or so, every single day there was a rumor that Cory Aquino—the president who came in after Marcos—had lost the army. That is the same as cutting the musical numbers out of The Wizard Of Oz; it wouldn’t be that interesting. We shot a ton of helicopter stuff for the end of the movie. John C. McGinley is an American actor, and screenwriter best known for his roles as Perry Cox in the NBC television series Scrubs and as Sergeant Red O'Neil in Platoon. No one in their right mind in New York would burn that bridge. John C. McGinley. I remember it because I was up in the helicopter in Lancaster, California, which is north of Los Angeles, and there were three or four different endings that David had written. I’ve subsequently done more of them, but that walk-and-talk where all that expository information is done at the beginning of the film and that crazy walk-and-talk through the cavernous office space of the FBI—that was the hardest thing I’d done. John Christopher McGinley (born August 3, 1959) is an American actor, producer and screenwriter, most notable for his roles as Perry Cox in NBC's comedy Scrubs and Sergeant Red O'Neil in Oliver Stone's Platoon. JCM: Yeah. John C. McGinley est un Acteur, Producteur, Producteur exécutif américain. Club: What was it about the part that appealed to you so much? He came over, and I did it for him. Then we got to shoot it. Not to see myself play California, but just, the film is so stunning. And I didn’t. JCM: Yeah. As soon as you give an actor a chance to collaborate, we want to run through a wall for you. He called me up at home, which is very unusual, and said, “You should come down and meet a director named David Fincher for this film we’re going to do.” As written, the head of the SWAT team was a person of color. So, then the show took off. The A.V. So was it validating? AVC: It seemed like you were on the verge of death for at least four or five of those. O’Neill”JCM: On Platoon I was offered in 1984 a very tiny part that Ivan Kane would go on to play. Go to the Philippines, come back, and tell Oliver I said hello.” And I said, “Okay, great.” I left, and I called Oliver and said I’m in. JCM: Yeah, Mike was pretty good about communicating the parameters that he wanted to operate in. JCM: Yeah, but he’s also great with the actors. Point Break (1991)—“Ben Harp”JCM: James Cameron had seen Platoon and Wall Street, and he was the producer of [Point Break], and for some reason I got cast in that role. But it was the New York working actor’s dream to be able to do both those things. I knew Jackie [Robinson’s] story pretty well, not as well as I would subsequently learn. If you can fit within the context of that creative vision, it’s nirvana. So we had it that I had to be wrapped by 7:00 so that I could be doing Talk Radio every night at equity half hour, 7:30. It was something that didn’t exist before them, just in an information stream. AVC: Did you watch the Jackie Robinson biography that Robinson himself starred in? 42 (2013)—“Red Barber”John C. McGinley: 42 was directed by a guy named Brian Helgeland. All that stuff on the trading floor. The actor: The role John C. McGinley ended up playing on Scrubs for nine seasons semi-famously called for a “John C. McGinley type.” Yet, in a surreal turn of events, McGinley had to audition for the role multiple times despite being the world’s foremost John C. McGinley type: a badass character actor with a warped comic sensibility that makes him perfect for comedies. Actor. Platoon is a 1986 American war film written and directed by Oliver Stone, starring Tom Berenger, Willem Dafoe, Charlie Sheen, Keith David, Kevin Dillon, John C. McGinley, Forest Whitaker, and Johnny Depp. Since I went to Syracuse, I didn’t go out to the Academy Awards. Aug 25, 2013 - This Pin was discovered by Monika McFadden. Background: A tall, lanky performer who perfected his craft on stage before becoming a character actor in TV and film, John C. McGinley first came to prominence as Sergeant Red O'Neill in the Oliver Stone directed “Platoon” (1986), which won … They put us on behind Friends, toward the end of Friends’ run. He has also written and produced for television and film. Season eight, we shot a series finale, not a season finale. I called Oliver and said, “I would love to be in the movie. They kept in one of Buster [Poindexter’s] musical numbers. Cut to 1986, I was doing Hamlet with Kevin Kline at the New York Shakespeare Festival, playing third guy on the right and understudying Laertes, which was a big deal. So it was great. He said, “Listen to these. He kept the one where Gwyneth’s head is in the box. [pagebreak]. And then maybe there’s one other, but the film doesn’t make sense. And that’s what Oliver wanted. Everybody says that to you, and it never happens. Instead of wasting this time with the Dr. Cox, the guys decide to just hear anecdotes and memories from John’s incredible career. Platoon is a 1986 American war film written and directed by Oliver Stone, starring Tom Berenger, Willem Dafoe, Charlie Sheen, Keith David, Kevin Dillon, John C. McGinley, Forest Whitaker, and Johnny Depp.It is the first film of a trilogy of Vietnam War films directed by Stone, followed by Born on the Fourth of July (1989) and Heaven & Earth (1993). Platoon is a 1986 American war film written and directed by Oliver Stone, starring Tom Berenger, Willem Dafoe, Charlie Sheen, Keith David, Kevin Dillon, John C. McGinley, Forest Whitaker, and Johnny Depp. John C. McGinley's path to stardom is a story that reads like a classic Hollywood script. There was only one way to get that game. The vast majority of people who wanted to hear or be part of a Brooklyn Dodgers game could either read it in one of the seven dailies tomorrow morning, or they could listen to Red. Then Gary got that, and Mike said, “You want to play one of the Bobs?” And I’m like, “Dude, I just want to be in this movie. Do you want to play the fourth lead?” And I very much wanted to, but not at the risk of burning a bridge with Joe Papp, who was in charge of the New York Shakespeare Festival. So three and a half months into it, there’s about four or five of us who aren’t dead, and it got very strange. You had to get in front of the lens and behave. It’s not 2013. And same with Kathryn and with Roland and with Brian, on 42. They’re not ours. I had it in the car, and I would do his broadcast back and forth with him. John C. McGinley on Stan Against Evil and Hating the Word 'Douchey' October 28, 2016, 11:00 am Stan Against Evil : John C. McGinley Has Ghoul Trouble in IFC's New Comedy-Horror Hybrid And Brian was immediately positive and not at all taken aback that I would come and ring his doorbell, since we’ve had many conversations walking up and down the street. 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