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46) is an Academy Award-, Golden Globe-, Screen Actors Guild- and Emmy Award-winning American actor and director. He is perhaps best known for his appearances as Samuel Gerard in The Fugitive and U.S. Marshals, Two-Face in Batman Forever, as Agent K in the Men in Black films, as Woodrow F. Call in the Lonesome Dove series and as Sheriff Ed Tom Bell in No Country for Old Men.

Film and television credits

Film and television credits
Year Title Role Notes
1970 Love Story Hank Simpson
1971 One Life to Live Dr. Mark Toland TV soap opera
1973 Life Study Gus
1975 Eliza's Horoscope Tommy Lee
1976 Charlie's Angels Aram Kolegian TV, 1 episode
1976 Smash-Up on Interstate 5 Officer Hutton TV
1976 Jackson County Jail Coley Blake
1976 Family David Needham TV, 1 episode
1977 The Amazing Howard Hughes Howard Hughes
1977 Rolling Thunder Corporal Johnny Vohden
1978 The Betsy Angelo Perino
1978 Eyes of Laura Mars John Neville
1980 Coal Miner's Daughter Doolittle 'Mooney' Lynn aka 'Doo' Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
1980 Barn Burning Ab Snopes TV
1981 Back Roads Elmore Pratt
1982 The Executioner's Song Gary Mark Gilmore Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor - Miniseries or a Movie
1982 The Rainmaker Starbuck TV
1983 Nate and Hayes Captain Bully Hayes
1984 The River Rat Billy
1985 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Brick Pollitt TV
1986 The Park is Mine Mitch TV
1986 Black Moon Rising Quint
1986 Yuri Nosenko: Double Agent Steve Daley TV
1987 Broken Vows Pater Joseph McMahon TV
1987 The Big Town George Cole
1988 Stranger on My Land Bud Whitman TV
1988 April Morning Moses Cooper TV
1988 Stormy Monday Cosmo
1988 Gotham Eddie Mallard TV
1989 Lonesome Dove Woodrow F. Call Template:Ubl
1989 The Package Thomas Boyette
1990 Fire Birds Brad Little
1991 JFK Clay Shaw/Clay Bertrand Template:Ubl
1992 Under Siege William Strannix
1993 House of Cards Jake Beerlander
1993 The Fugitive Marshal Samuel Gerard Template:Ubl
1993 Heaven & Earth Steve Butler
1994 Blown Away Ryan Gaerity Nominated – MTV Movie Awards for Best Villain
1994 The Client 'Reverend' Roy Foltrigg
1994 Natural Born Killers Warden Dwight McClusky
1994 Blue Sky Maj. Henry 'Hank' Marshall
1994 Cobb Ty Cobb
1995 The Good Old Boys Hewey Calloway Template:Ubl
1995 Batman Forever Harvey Dent/Two-Face Nominated – MTV Movie Awards for Best Villain
1997 Volcano Mike Roark
1997 Men in Black Kevin Brown/Agent K Template:Ubl
1998 U.S. Marshals Chief Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard
1998 Small Soldiers Chip Hazard Voice
1999 Double Jeopardy Travis Lehman
2000 Rules of Engagement Col. Hayes 'Hodge' Hodges
2000 Space Cowboys William "Hawk" Hawkins
2002 Men in Black II Kevin Brown/Agent K
2003 The Hunted L.T. Bonham
2003 The Missing Samuel Jones/Chaa-duu-ba-its-iidan
2005 Man of the House Roland Sharp
2005 The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada Pete Perkins Template:Ubl
2006 A Prairie Home Companion Axeman Gotham Awards for Best Ensemble Cast
2007 No Country for Old Men Ed Tom Bell Template:Ubl
2007 In the Valley of Elah Hank Deerfield Template:Ubl
2008 Harvard Beats Yale 29-29 Himself Interviewed for this documentary, by director Kevin Rafferty, concerning the 1968 Yale vs. Harvard football game. Jones was an offensive guard.
2009 In the Electric Mist Dave Robicheaux
2010 The Company Men Gene McClary Nominated — Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture
2011 The Sunset Limited The Professor Also director and executive producer
2011 Captain America: The First Avenger Colonel Chester Phillips Nominated — Scream Award for Best Supporting Actor
2012 Men in Black 3 Kevin Brown/Agent K
2012 Hope Springs Arnold Soames
2012 Lincoln Thaddeus Stevens filming




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