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Christopher Murney
Christopher Murney
Known aliases Chris Murney
Born July 20, 1943
Narragagansett,
Rhode Island, USA
Age 73
Years active 1974–present

Christopher Murney (born July 20, 1943) is an American film, television character-actor and voice-over actor.

BiographyEdit

Murney first appeared in the TV-series Hallmark Hall of Fame (1974) (episode The Country Girl) as Larrey 'Larry' Kottenn. In 1985, he starred in the konfu/action film The Last Dragon (1985) as Mr. Eddie Arkadian. He also was ATF Agent Wilson in a single episode of hit TV-show Miami Vice (1985).

In 1986, Murney starred alongside fellow actors Emilio Estevez, Pat Hingle, Laura Harrington, Yeardley Smith, J.C. Quinn, Marla Maples, and Canadian actor Pat Miller in Stephen King's directorial debut film Maximum Overdrive (1986) as the religus bible salesman Camp Loman.

In 1989, he starred as the lead in the film Last Exit to Brooklyn (1989) as Paulie. In 1991, Murney starred as the lead in the Barton Fink (1991) as Detective Deutsch. In 1999, he starred as the lead in the film Pioneer 12 (1999) as Moby.

In 2002, he co-starred in the film Winning Girls Through Psychic Mind Control (2002) as Albert. In 2004, Murney was featured as the voices for Jebidiah Cole/Matthius Lamprey/Cowboys #3 in the western/action videogame Red Dead Revolver (2004). In 2010, Murney was featured as the voices for Pedestrian/Background Character in the 2010 western/action videogame Red Dead Redempton.

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