Michael Madsen

Michael Madsen


Born: September 27, 1958

Micheal Madsen is an American actor. With a collection of 200 movies, Madsen is considered a veteran at his prosperous job. He is well-known for writing, Pet Star, which is the TV Series documentary of the year 2002. His work as a poet is critically accalimed worldwide, his book, Burning In Paradise, won the Independent Firecracker Award. However, acting was his full time career and he debuted as an actor in the year of 1982, with the release of the film, Against All Hope. For his movie, Strength and Honour, which released in 2007, he won Awards like, Boston Film Festival, Mount Shasta International Film Festival and New York International Independent Film & Video Festival. His TV appearances include, Blue Bloods (2010), The Mob Doctor (2012) and Golden Boy (2013). Some of his notable works include, The Oscar winning film, Thelma & Louise (1991) in which he played the character of Jimmy, Reservoir Dogs (1992), the Oscar nominated movie, Donnie Brasco (1997), Kill Bill: Vol 1 (2003) and Kill Bill: Vol 2 (2004). His upcoming movie, The Hateful Eight, is set to release in January 2016.