- John Savage is a former student at Columbine High School who knew Dylan Klebold prior to the shootings. They shared one class together in theater class. During "A" lunch at Columbine, John Savage was deciding where he should prepare for his test, a course he was getting low grades in at the time.
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025660: Investigator Art Peterson interviewed Columbine High School student John Savage. Savage stated that during the shooting he was hiding under a table in the library. He recognized Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. both wearing black. Dylan Klebold pointed a black handgun under the table at Savage.
John Savage is a former student at Columbine High School who knew Dylan Klebold prior to the shootings. They shared one class together in theater class. Columbine High School Massacre During "A" lunch at Columbine, John Savage was deciding where he should prepare for his test, a course he was getting low grades in at the time.
level 1. torontoinsix. · 2y · edited 2y Columbine Researcher. The 11k has some interesting perceptions about John and how he acted in the library prior to the interaction from other witnesses, if you are further interested. He seemed to be very calm - some said that he “was in his own world.”.
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John Savage is an American actor best known for his roles in The Deer Hunter (1978), The Onion Field (1979), Hair (1979), Salvador (1986), The Last Full Measure (2019), In Dubious Battle (2016), and the television shows Goliath (2016), Twin Peaks (2017), and Dark Angel (2000). He was born in Old Bethpage, New York, to Muriel (née Smeallie), a housewife, and Floyd-Jones Youngs, an insurance salesman who served on Guadalcanal during World War II with the Marine Corps. He has two sisters, Robin Young and Gail Youngs, and a brother, Jim Youngs.
John's breakthrough film role was as Steven Pushkov, the returning Vietnam veteran missing both his legs, in the 1978 film The Deer Hunter (1978) which won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 1979. Acclaimed director Michael Cimino cast him in the role opposite Robert De Niro, Meryl Streep, and Christopher Walken. One of John's most acclaimed roles is in Milos Forman's 1979 film Hair (1979). He played the corn-fed recruit Claude Hooper Bukowski, who turns on, tunes in and drops out. Critics and film historians celebrated his performance both then and now. John Willis' annual publication Screen World hailed him as one of 12 promising new actors of 1979 (Vol. 31). John also played a lead role in the 1979 film adaptation of Joseph Wambaugh's The Onion Field (1979), based on the true story of policeman Karl Hettinger's personal struggle after witnessing the murder of his partner. In the late 1970s, he was cast by Ulu Grosbard in the Broadway production of David Mamet's play American Buffalo, opposite Robert Duvall and Kenneth McMillan, in which he originated the role of Bobby. The play received rave reviews from critics and audiences alike. During the 1980s, John was nominated for a Genie Award for Best Performance by a Foreign Actor for his work as Charles Heller in the crime thriller The Amateur (1981). He also co-starred with Nastassja Kinski in the romance film Maria's Lovers (1984), which was backed by cinema legend Robert Mitchum, and appeared as John Cassady in Oliver Stone's acclaimed historical thriller Salvador (1986), and as suicide survivor Roary in Richard Donner's Inside Moves (1980). In 1989, he collaborated with Academy Award-nominated director Spike Lee for the first time on Do the Right Thing (1989), in which he played the bike-riding gentrifier Clifton. During the 1990s, John played the role of Father Andrew Hagen in Francis Ford Coppola's Academy Award-nominated film The Godfather: Part III (1990), starred in Italian director Lucio Fulci's final film Le porte del silenzio (1991), a psychological thriller shot in Louisiana, and appeared in the brief but powerful role of Sgt. McCron in Terrence Malick's 1998 war epic The Thin Red Line (1998). He also portrayed Captain Rudy Ransom in the two-part episode Equinox from the hit television series Star Trek: Voyager (1995) (CBS) in 1999. During the 2010s, he starred opposite Kirk Harris and Michael Madsen in Vernon Mortensen's 2013 western thriller The Sorrow, appeared in the 2015 horror film Tales of Halloween (2015), and played a supporting role in the 2016 romantic comedy Hit List (2011). In 2017, he appeared in the thriller film Fake News (2017), war drama The Last Full Measure (2019) and in James Franco's drama In Dubious Battle (2016). He also guest starred on the hit television show Twin Peaks (2017) (Showtime). In 2018, he guest starred on the drama Goliath (2016) (Amazon).
John gained further recognition in the recurring role of Donald Lydecker in the first and second seasons of the 2000 television series Dark Angel (2000) (Fox), which he followed with the recurring role of Henry Scudder in the Emmy Award-winning television series Carnivàle (2003) (HBO) from 2003-2005. In 2005, he guest starred on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999) (NBC). In 2009, he guest starred in the second season of the television drama Fringe (2008) (Fox).
He has also worked behind the camera, most notably in production management for the acclaimed Spike Lee film Malcolm X (1992).
John has been noted for his work in activism and philanthropy. During the late 1980s, he used his public presence to fight for the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa, and has continued to work as an activist in addition to his work in film and television.
John was previously married twice, first to Susan Youngs and then to Sandi Schultz, and is the father of ceramic artist Lachlan Youngs and performer Jennifer Youngs. He has been with his current partner Blanca Blanco since 2008. He resides in Malibu, CA.
Born John Youngs in Old Bethpage, New York, Savage sang and acted throughout his early school years. At the age of 17, his true passion began to come to fruition once accepted into the prestigious American Academy of Performing Arts.
Upon graduation, he landed his first job on Broadway in the chorus of \\"Fiddler On the Roof\\" as well as the understudy for one of the lead characters. His major debut came during this understudy position, attracting the attention of Los Angeles agents and managers. His theatrical run continued in Chicago, playing \\"Billy Bibbit\\" in \\"One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest\\".
During the late 80s through mid 90s, Savage threw his star power behind the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa. It was here working alongside Nelson Mandela that he found himself back in his \\"Hollywood\\" roots working as the assistant production manager of Spike Lee's film Malcolm X (1992). Savage had previously worked with Lee as co-producer and one of the stars of Do the Right Thing (1989), and later showed up again in Lee's Summer of Sam (1999) as well as his Showtime TV movie Sucker Free City (2004). Previous to this, he had also helped organize the Manhattan Children's Theatre Group, which continues to encourage the performing arts to at risk inner-city youth. Since his return back to Los Angeles, John's career remains split between both television and film projects. He was a series regular on James Cameron's Dark Angel (2000), as well as the acclaimed HBO series \\"Carnivale\\" (2003). His silver screen presence remained with roles in American Strays (1996), The Thin Red Line (1998) and Message in a Bottle (1999). In 2009, John will have several projects being released, including Handsome Harry (2009) (opposite Steve Buscemi) and The Coverup (2008) (opposite Eliza Dushku and Gabriel Macht). John is set to star in the upcoming trilogy Nephilim (2017) which begins production in late 2009.
As a producer, John has several projects in development and is committed to working with up-and-coming writers and directors.
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An FBI agent, dancing at a club in downtown Denver, did a backflip, dropped his weapon, and picked it up, grabbing the trigger and shot a man in the leg (2018). And that was a real, highly trained FBI agent, carrying a concealed weapon. He violated so many rules of carrying a weapon, it is laughable.
At one point Austin heard a male voice [John Savage] ask and what they were doing, to which [Dylan] responded "Killing people!", before telling the boy to get out of the library. When they got to the table Austin was under, Austin watched as [Dylan] pointed his semi-automatic gun under the table, aimed directly at Corey, then pulled the trigger .