Jun 22, 2010

CSI “Empty Eyes” captures and Video!

Jun 22, 2010

CSI “Empty Eyes” captures and Video!

I’ve added 106 captures of Walton’s guest role on CSI’ Season 7 episode “Empty Eyes” from 2007. I’ve also added the video of his scenes only, which I have to say is really worth watching simply because of how greatly he portrays his character, though when does he not? However, if you watch toward the end he seems to have channeled a little bit of Michael C. Hall’s character from Dexter, which I personally loved. If you watch Dexter, you’ll see what I mean. 🙂

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Jun 18, 2010

Getting ‘Justified’ With Brother Boyd

Jun 18, 2010

Getting ‘Justified’ With Brother Boyd

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One of actor Walton Goggins’ earliest moments on stage came at a Georgia hog-calling competition when he was just 10 years old.

“I walked up onstage, and they had to adjust the mike for sure, and just leaned up on my tiptoes and just let out the biggest hog call that has ever been heard in my family, certainly,” he tells Fresh Air’s Terry Gross. “And I won — I got a big trophy with a large hog on top. I have it in my office.”

Goggins says his days on the hog-calling circuit certainly helped propel him toward an acting career. Though he’s played many characters over the years, he is perhaps best known for his roles on The Shield — where he played a member of a corrupt narcotics squad — and the current FX series Justified, where he plays a white supremacist turned born-again Christian named Boyd Crowder.

Crowder also happens to be a fugitive bank robber hiding in the hills of eastern Kentucky, and an old buddy of the county’s newest U.S. marshal, played by Timothy Olyphant — who’s now on the other side of the law.

Acquiring the long drawl he uses to portray the quick-witted Crowder, says Goggins, took quite a bit of time.
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