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      • Early life. Napier was born in Mt. Union, Kentucky near Scottsville. ...
      • Career. After a spell in New York Napier moved to California. He acquired an agent and a union card (for a bit part in Mission: Impossible ).
      • Personal life. Napier was married twice. His first wife was Delores Wilson. ...
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  1. Charles Napier (actor) - Wikipedia

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    Charles Lewis Napier (April 12, 1936 – October 5, 2011) was an American character actor in film and television known for his career of playing supporting and leading roles in genre cinema, often in the role of a police officer, soldier, or authority figure.

  2. Charles Napier - IMDb

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    Charles Napier was born in the tiny community of Mt. Union, near Scottsville, Allen County, Kentucky, to Linus Pitts Napier, a tobacco farmer and postman, and his wife, Sara, on April 12, 1936. He attended public school in Scottsville. After graduating high school, he enlisted in the Army in 1954.

  3. Charles Napier - Biography - IMDb

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    Overview (3) Mini Bio (1) Charles Napier was born in the tiny community of Mt. Union, near Scottsville, Allen County, Kentucky, to Linus Pitts Napier, a tobacco farmer and postman, and his wife, Sara, on April 12, 1936. He attended public school in Scottsville.

    • April 12, 1936 in Mt. Union, Kentucky, USA
    • 5' 11" (1.8 m)
  4. Charles Napier - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Described by filmmaker and collaborator Russ Meyer as appearing to smile on one side of his mouth while scowling on the other, lantern-jawed character actor Charles Napier essayed a gallery of mad,...

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  5. Charles Napier (actor) | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Napier was born in Mt. Union, Kentucky near Scottsville. His parents were Sara Lena (née Loafman; 1897–1974) and Linus Pitts Napier (1888–1991). After graduating from high school, he enlisted in the United States Army in 1954, serving with the 11th Airborne Divisionand rising to the rank of sergeant. After his service, he attended Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, graduating in 1961 with a major in art and minor in physical education. He wanted to be a basketball coach and his first job was as an assistant coach at his old high school. Soon after, he gave up coaching, eventually taking jobs with a bridge company and an advertising agency before moving to Clearwater, Florida to teach art at JFK Junior High School. In 1964, he returned to attend graduate school at Western Kentucky where he was encouraged to pursue acting by instructor D. Russell Miller. Following some success in the local Alley Playhouse, Napier moved back to Florida where he continued to teach as well as...

    After a spell in New York Napier moved to California. He acquired an agent and a union card (for a bit part in Mission: Impossible). His movie debut came about by accident. A girlfriend took Napier along when she went to audition for Russ Meyer, who cast Napier as the male lead in Cherry, Harry & Raquel!. In addition to acting and helping with the cameras when setting up shots, he did stunts, make up and driving on the film. After the low budget Moonfire, he worked as a journalist and photographer for Overdrive magazine for a few years; a strike sent him back to Hollywood in 1975 where, at age 39, he was reduced to living in his car in the parking lot of Meyer's office with no money, work or agent. He was summoned to Universal Studios to meet Alfred Hitchcock (who had just seen a print of Supervixens) and Napier was given a one-year contract. Napier became a prolific character actor, appearing regularly in TV series of the time, and a number of pilots. In 1977, he was cast as fronti...

    Napier married and divorced Delores Wilson. He then married Dee Napier. Napier and his wife attended the Dr. Phil show in 2003 about his obsession with becoming famous. Napier died on October 5, 2011, after collapsing the previous day. He was 75 years old. The exact cause of death was not released, but Napier had been treated for DVT {Deep Vein Thrombosis} in his legs in May 2010.Napier is survived by his second wife, Dee, and their young children, Hunter and Meghan, as well as by his son, Chuck, from a previous marriage, which had ended in divorce.

  6. Oct 07, 2011 · Charles Napier, a character actor who portrayed ruffians, military officers and other strong men in films like the second Rambo movie, but who played against type as a judge in “Philadelphia,” died...

  7. Charles Napier obituary | Film | The Guardian

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    Oct 28, 2011 · Charles Napier, who has died aged 75, was one of Hollywood's most distinctive and imposing character actors. With his blockish head, heavy jaw and formidable stare, he was called upon most often to...

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    May 20, 2019 · Charles L. Napier (April 12, 1936 – October 5, 2011) was an American character actor, known for his portrayals of square-jawed tough guys and military types.

  9. Charles Napier (1936-2011) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Oct 05, 2011 · Continuing to work for the rest of his life he did a number of cartoon voice overs and was last seen on the silver screen in 2009's "The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard." Napier lived in Bakersfield from the 1980s on and died a day after collapsing at home. Actor. A typecast 'tough guy,' he had memorable roles in several big screen classics.

    • 12 Apr 1936, Scottsville, Allen County, Kentucky, USA
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