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  1. Bill Oberst, Jr. | Criminal Minds Wiki | Fandom

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    William "Bill" Oberst, Jr. is an American actor, writer, and producer best known for his appearances in horror and cult films. 1 Biography 2 On Criminal Minds 3 Filmography 3.1 WRITER 3.2 PRODUCER 3.3 LINKS Oberst was born and raised in Georgetown, South Carolina, being of German descent. During his childhood years, he was bullied for being fat. As a result, he began countering the bullying by ...

  2. Bill Oberst Jr. - IMDb

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    Bill Oberst Jr., Actor: 3 from Hell. Known for a Daytime Emmy Award-winning performance in "Take This Lollipop" and a ratings-winning role on CBS-TV's "Criminal Minds," Bill Oberst Jr. is an American actor of stage and screen whose real-life gentleness and interest in things spiritual are at odds with his often macabre screen persona.

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    • November 21, 1965
  3. Bill Oberst Jr. - Biography - IMDb

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    Mini Bio (1) Known for a Daytime Emmy Award-winning performance in "Take This Lollipop" and a ratings-winning role on CBS-TV's "Criminal Minds," Bill Oberst Jr. is an American actor of stage and screen whose real-life gentleness and interest in things spiritual are at odds with his often macabre screen persona.

  4. Bill Oberst Jr. - IMDb

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    Bill Oberst Jr., Actor: 3 from Hell. Known for a Daytime Emmy Award-winning performance in "Take This Lollipop" and a ratings-winning role on CBS-TV's "Criminal Minds," Bill Oberst Jr. is an American actor of stage and screen whose real-life gentleness and interest in things spiritual are at odds with his often macabre screen persona.

  5. Bill Oberst Jr. - Wikipedia

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    For Oberst's portrayal as Dale, the slightly "off" backwoods swamp-dwelling Ranger in Dismal (2008), reviewer Dustin Hall of Brutal As Hell wrote, "Something everyone can appreciate is the performance by Bill Oberst Jr. as Dale, who has great screen presence as the patriarch of the flesh-eating family.

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  7. Criminal Minds: Bill Oberst Jr, Adrienne Barbeau

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    Bill Oberst Jr. Actor, Producer, Thanks, Writer, Transportation Department, Additional Crew, Self Adrienne Barbeau and Bill Oberst Jr. in Criminal Minds episode 9.20 "Blood Relations."

  8. Bill Oberst Jr Star of Painkiller! Criminal Minds! Scream ...

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    Jun 05, 2021 · Bill Oberst Jr: balanced, totally balanced, because he was so easy for me, although I haven’t lost a child, it was very easy for me to say, you know, as I said to strip away everything and get [00:33:00] into my own vengeance, you hurt me. I want, I want bad things to happen to you. Yeah, he was, he was absolutely balanced.

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    Mar 31, 2014 · Horror stalwarts Adrienne Barbeau ( The Fog, Creepshow) Tobin Bell ( Saw series, Dark House) and Bill Oberst Jr. ( Abraham Lincoln Vs. Zombies, Take This Lollipop) are guest starring in an episode of Criminal Minds, entitled "Blood Relations". This episode premieres Wednesday, April 2nd at 9:00 PM on the CBS Television Network.

  10. The Killer Woodsman | Criminal Minds Wiki | Fandom

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    Not being named, the Woodsman was born in 1965 to teenage siblings Malachi and Magdalene Lee, who kept his conception a secret from the rest of the family. When Magdalene began to go into labor, Malachi fled in terror, and she stumbled into the nearby forest in pursuit. However, she tripped and fell, and she was approached by an unidentified woman, known only as the "Appalachian Woman", who would watch Malachi and Magdalene during their lovemaking. The Woman assisted Magdalene in giving birth to the Woodsman and then adopted him, calling him "perfect". Magdalene allowed the woman to keep the baby as long as she promised never to tell anyone how he was conceived. As the Woodsman grew up, he was raised by the Woman, who taught him how to hunt, but kept him away from other people, citing that they wouldn't understand him. When the Woman became bedridden from cancer, she informed the Woodsman about his parents and the circumstances of his adoption before dying. Confused about why his mo...

    "How come I don't look like the others, mama? How come I don't look like you?" On March 30, 2014, the Woodsman initiates his plan, killing Malachi's son Matthias with a bear-trap wrapped with barbed wire as the latter was out hunting. The following day, he attacks Clark Howard, Cissy's son, by hanging him with a noose made from barbed wire. However, when that fails to kill him, he instead snaps his neck and twists his head around 180 degrees. Because both the Lee and Howard families held a long-lasting feud, the BAU, who is called in to investigate, initially assume that the violence between the two families escalated into murder. The following night, the Woodsman goes to the home of Miles Lee, another of Malachi's sons, with the intention of killing him. However, when he isn't home, he instead kills Miles' wife Maddie by decapitating her through dragging with a car despite Miles' best efforts to save her. The next day, he straps the Woman's body onto a bed, raises it so he can face...

    The Woodsman initially targeted the sons of Malachi and Cissy (and therefore his half-brothers), killing them in a variety of ways, although his usual signature involved using barbed wire in some capacity, the wire stole from local farmers' fences on their grounds. Matthias Lee, Malachi's son, was killed by a bear-trap wrapped with barbed wire that was launched out of a tree with a makeshift projectile. Clark Howard, Cissy's son, was killed after being hanged with a noose made from barbed wire, but when that failed to kill him, he twisted his head completely around. Maddie Lee (who was incidental) was killed after being tied up with a noose of barbed wire wrapped around her neck and her legs chained to a container, to which she was dragged by the car and therefore decapitated. When he tried to kill his mother Cissy, he tried hanging her with barbed wire. In the case of the SWAT agent, he was killed by being stabbed with a pickax tied to a cinder block, which was triggered to swing d...

    No official profile was made of the Woodsman since the BAU were more focused on the Lee and Howard families, their conflict, and the secret, rival bio-fuel businesses they ran.

    The Woodsman is the fourth of only five criminals in the show's history to successfully evade the BAU. The others are:

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