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Brian Dennehy in Millers Death of a Salesman Brian Dennehy is a bear of a man who portrays Willy Loman perfectly in the 1999 production of Arthur Millers Death of a Salesman Brian Dennehy was not an actor all of his life He began his career as a football player for Columbia University and also served a five-year stint as a marine during the Vietnam War It was not until 1977 at the age of thirty-nine when he started his career with a small role in Semi Tough Known to me better as Big Tom in the 1995 hit Tommy Boy he also has over forty more television and movie roles including appearances in NBCs Just Shoot Me as actor David Spades father and ABCs Birdland where TV Guide named him the best actor in television Brian Dennehy is considered to be a bear of a man who does not care much anymore for the so called block buster movies with their big computer generated special effects and wage compression Dennehy describes wage compression as an actor like Jim Carrey who totes off with twenty million and does not leave much in the budget for the other acting talent Watson Feeling that everyone else was working for peanuts he gave up the silver screen route and decided to go back to writing and acting in television By returning to writing and acting in television Dennehy feels that he is finally getting paid a considerable return for his acting services saying There was never any question as to whether or not I was a whore it was just a matter of what the price was And Im proud to say that I am a very expensive whore indeed And hope to remain so Watson 19 This love for television has then brought him into the lights of Broadway once again taking on
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