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Michael Madsen
DHS- Michael Madsen
Name: Michael Soren Madsen
Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Birthdate: September 25, 1958
Active: 1982–present
Films appeared in: Reservoir Dogs
Executive Target
The Alternate
High Noon (2000 telefilm remake)
Die Another Day
Reservoir Dogs: The Game
Living & Dying
Last Hour (2008)
CSI: Miami
The Killing Jar (2010 film)
Hawaii Five-0
2047: Sights of Death
Skin Traffik
Flipped (2015 film)
Role: Vic Vega (Reservoir Dogs)
(Reservoir Dogs videogame)
Nick James (Executive Target)
Frank Miller (High Noon)
Agent Jack Briggs (The Alternate)
Damian Falco (Die Another Day)
Agent Lind (Living & Dying)
Monk (Last Hour)
Cooper "Coop" Daly (CSI: Miami)
Jim Ricker (24)
Doe (The Killing Jar)
Lovegrove (Piranhaconda)
Roy Parrish (Hawaii Five-0)
Lobo (Death Squad)
The Boss (Skin Traffik)
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Michael Madsen (born September 25, 1958) is a noted character actor who has appeared in more than 150 independent and mainstream films including Reservoir Dogs, Free Willy 1 and 2, Wyatt Earp (with Tom Sizemore), Mulholland Falls, Donnie Brasco (with Robert Miano), the James Bond film Die Another Day (with Pierce Brosnan and Halle Berry), Kill Bill, Sin City (with Bruce Willis and Powers Boothe), Vice and The Hateful Eight (with Samuel L. Jackson and Kurt Russell). He is also a poet and photographer and is the brother of acclaimed character actress Virginia Madsen. His son Christian is also a child actor and aspiring filmmaker.

Madsen also appeared on short-lived shows such as "Vengeance Unlimited", "Big Apple", "Tilt" and "The Mob Doctor" (with William Forsythe). He also guest-starred on "St. Elsewhere", "CSI: Miami", "24", "Blue Bloods", the new "Hawaii Five-0" and "Golden Boy".

Madsen has also gone various video game voice-overs and appeared in recent films such as Strength and Honour (with Vinnie Jones), Hell Ride (again with Jones), Hired Gun (with Ilia Volok), The Kid: Chamaco, Terror Trap (with Jeff Fahey), Dirty Little Trick (with Dean Cain) and Beyond the Trophy (again with Miano and Eric Roberts).

Madsen was often seen sharing the screen with the likes of real-life acting pals Dennis Hopper, Daryl Hannah, David Carradine, Joe Estevez and Harvey Keitel. He also was often seen working with Rutger Hauer, Angie Everhart, Danny Glover, Daniel Baldwin, Roy Scheider, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa and Gary Busey.