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SimplyScripts Screenwriting Discussion Board    Discussion of...    March Madness 2018  ›  South Division Round of 64: #5 v. #12. Moderators: Mr. Blonde
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 #5 Richard Jenkins or #12 Jeffrey Combs?
Richard Jenkins. (7 votes)
77.78%
Jeffrey Combs. (2 votes)
22.22%
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Mr. Blonde
Posted: March 16th, 2018, 3:54pm Report to Moderator
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#5: Richard Jenkins

A strong dramatic actor who has a surprisingly well-timed comedic delivery. Two Oscar nominations help, too.

Recommended Role: Walter - The Visitor



#12: Jeffrey Combs

Known for his ability to play wacky, off-the-walls roles, Combs always manages to bring humanity and a grounded sense of reality to outlandish characters.

Recommended Role: Agent Milton Dammers - The Frighteners


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Jenkins is biiiigggg!!!!
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Quoted from Mr. Blonde


#12: Jeffrey Combs

Recommended Role: Agent Milton Dammers - The Frighteners


NO!
Herbert West, Re-Animator.



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Quoted from DarrenJamesSeeley
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Herbert West, Re-Animator.


No... Dammers. =)


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Have always admired Jenkins.



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Jenkins


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Jenkins is a much better actor, but Combs is an all time legend for his work on Re Animator and From Beyond.

For that reason.. I'm going Combs.
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Quoted from DarrenJamesSeeley
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Herbert West, Re-Animator.


Ha, yeah, thought the same.

Richard Jenkins, mainly for his short but memorable role in The Man who Wasn't There. One of the best depictions of being liquored up on screen that I can remember.


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This one is actually pretty difficult. Both have range and own their performances. I side with Richard Jenkins. I wish Jeffrey Combs had drawn a different opponent.


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