Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Robert Davi! You should know who he is!
“Listen, Google me! I’ve done 70 films you should know who I am!” - Robert Davi
Look you know who Robert Davi is. He was born and raised in Queens, New York! He was on that show Profiler on NBC. He was a Fratelli Brother in The Goonies. (here is a scene) He was a villain in one of the James Bond films. He also once called Hollywood “…a bunch of commie, homo-loving, sons a guns.” He plays cops, thugs, soldiers, and mobsters. He was in “Die Hard’ and his character’s name was ‘FBI Special Agent Big Johnson‘. He is in movies with titles like, ‘Delta of Venus’ ‘Night Trap’ ‘Illicit Behavior’ ‘Wild Orchard 2’ ‘Legal Tender’ and ‘City Heat’. If you had Cinemax in the late 80s early 90s most likely you saw him in some movie every other day and if you were a young man you watched because you were probably going to see some tits. Cinemax owned him for some time back then. He lived in their office and would pay his rent by acting in a new movie every month. They used to loan him out the USA network on occasion. ‘Straight To Video’ was his idea. You should know this. I shouldn’t have to talk about it. Google it if you don’t know! and watch this video! (click here) You should be embarrassed if you don’t!
I will however talk about his fan club page. (click here) Firstly it looks like a little girl decorated it. Check out those sparkles. Secondly, under the first picture it says it’s “Robert’s Talking Page” what ever that is, and under that it says, “I hope we meet us there!” There are fifty members. It seems slightly cultish.
I actually got more information on Robert here however than on wikipedia or anywhere else. Scroll down for the bio if you want to find out more. He seems like a decent man with a good sense of humor.
So I’m not really wasting much time here. It’s been awhile since I have updated and Robert Davi is a good place to get things started again. On a scale from 1 to 5, Robert gets a 5. Just click (here) and look at his face. It’s very possible he washes his face with sandpaper and battery acid. I think Robert greatly utilizes his acne scars as an actual acting device. He is beautifully visually unique and also appears to be decomposing.