Kyle MacLachlan

Kyle MacLachlan

His role as Jeffrey Beaumont in 'Blue Velvet' (1986)
Kyle MacLachlan is renowned for two performances for director David Lynch: in Blue Velvet on the big screen and as the deliberate, pie-craving FBI Agent Dale cooper in Lynch's popular television series "Twin Peaks," for which MacLachlan received two Emmy nominations and a Golden Globe Award.MacLachlan made his film debut in another Lynch film, the futuristic drama Dune and went on to receive acclaim for the alien thriller The Hidden. He first worked with Mike Figgis on "One Night Stand" and starred opposite Elizabeth Shue in The Trigger Effect. His other credits include The Flintstones, Mad Dog Time, Showgirls, Rich in Love, Where the Day Takes You and starring as legendary Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek in Oliver Stone's The Doors. He will next be seen in the forthcoming update of Hamlet starring with Ethan Hawke, Bill Murray, Sam Shepard, Liev Schrieber and Steve Zahn.On television, MacLachlan starred in the HBO award-winning film "Against The Wall" and in the Showtime original sci-fi film "Roswell." He made his directorial debut in 1993 with an episode of the comic hit series "Tales From the Crypt." Most recently MacLachlan starred in the telefilm "The Spring."Source: cinema.com 
One corridor is pretty much like another.More Kyle MacLachlan quotes [05/23/2006 12:05:00]
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Dune had too many expectations riding on it at the time.More Kyle MacLachlan quotes [05/23/2006 12:05:00]
You have to ask yourself, How can that work? I get obsessed with these details.More Kyle MacLachlan quotes [05/23/2006 12:05:00]
These early '30s are really confusing me. I was bopping along and I knew I was a good actor. Everything was OK. But recently I'm shaking up my world a little bit.More Kyle MacLachlan quotes [05/23/2006 12:05:00]

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