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Christian Slater

Christian Slater

Christian Slater developed as one of Hollywood’s driving youthful performing artists in the 1980s and later conquered individual issues to discover accomplishment on the little screen.

Who Is Christian Slater?

Christian Slater

Christian Slater

Conceived on August 18, 1969, in New York City, Christian Slater found his first acting activity as a youngster on the cleanser musical show One Life to Live. Slater developed as one of Hollywood’s driving youthful on-screen characters with champion parts in films like Heathers (1989), however, he additionally earned negative press for his off-screen shenanigans. Following a very long time off for the most part supporting parts, the performing artist got a vocation help in 2015 as the main character of the acclaimed digital spine chiller Mr. Robot, for which he got a Golden Globe Award.

Youthful Hollywood

Christian Michael Leonard Slater was conceived on August 18, 1969, in New York City, and went to Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music and Art and Performing Arts. Amid the 1980s, Christian Slater rose as one of film’s driving youthful performers. He additionally turned out to be to some degree famous for his life off-screen. The child of a performing artist and a throwing executive, Slater found his first acting activity as a tyke, showing up on the cleanser musical show One Life to Live.

Christian Slater

Christian Slater

In 1980, Slater influenced his Broadway to make a big appearance in a restoration of The Music Man, featuring Dick Van Dyke. A few more stage parts soon followed in such melodic preparations as Copperfield (1981) and Merlin (1983). In 1985, he influenced his film to make a big appearance in The Legend of Billy Jean at 15 years old. Slater soon wound up winning solid imprints for his supporting part inverse veteran entertainer Sean Connery in 1986’s recorded spine-chiller The Name of the Rose, about a progression of homicides in a religious community.

A brief span later, Slater had his first driving part in the activity riddle Gleaming the Cube (1989), playing a skateboarding teenager who explores his sibling’s demise. That same year, his amazing turn oblivious hit parody Heathers close by Winona Rider helped make Slater a star. He played an insubordinate teenager who sentiments Ryder’s character and undermines their secondary school’s social progressive system—commanded by a few young ladies named Heather—through abhorrence implies. In this part, Slater attracted correlations with Jack Nicholson from a few commentators.

Christian Slater

Christian Slater

Off-screen, Slater got stuck in an unfortunate situation with the law that December. He was captured for flushed driving in the wake of driving the police on a fast pursue, which finished when he slammed his auto into two utility poles. It was his second capture, and Slater was later condemned to 10 days in prison.

Develop Roles

In 1990, Christian Slater featured in Pump Up the Volume as a privateer radio station administrator. He earned positive audits for his execution, and his developing female fan base helped support the film’s prosperity in the cinema world. He likewise showed up in the western Young Guns II with Emilio Estevez, Kiefer Sutherland and Lou Diamond Phillips that same year.

Christian Slater

Christian Slater

Playing a youthful adaptation of infamous wrongdoing supervisor Lucky Luciano, Slater featured in Mobsters (1991) with Richard Grieco and Patrick Dempsey, which got blended audits. He went ahead to a supporting part in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991), featuring Kevin Costner as the incredible renegade. The film ended up being another basic and film industry flop for Slater.

A long-lasting Star Trek fan, Slater was pleased to have a little part in 1991’s Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. His profession as the main man got a lift from his unique part in the sentimental dramedy Untamed Heart (1993) inverse Marisa Tomei. In the hit film, he played an antisocial, modest table attendant who ends up included with a server subsequent to saving her from a rape. Both Slater and Tomei earned raves for their depiction of a strange match in adoration.

In another driving part, Slater played a comic book shop assistant who weds a whore (Patricia Arquette) in True Romance (1993). The impossible couple takes some cocaine from Arquette’s pimp and keeps running off to Los Angeles, where they endeavor to offer the medications while maintaining a strategic distance from her pimp and the specialists. This bizarre story was composed by Quentin Tarantino. In a meeting with People magazine, Tarantino depicted Slater as an ideal fit for the character he made, calling him a “thump around, ridiculous child, with a genuine sweet side he keeps covered up.”

Christian Slater

Christian Slater

Off-Screen Antics

Slater had a supporting part in the elegant show Interview with a Vampire (1994) in light of Anne Rice’s smash hit novel. In the film, he played a writer who gets the chance to converse with a 200-year-old vampire (played by Brad Pitt). The film was yet another accomplishment for Slater, however, his off-screen shenanigans debilitated to crash his vocation. In December 1994, he was captured at a New York air terminal subsequent to endeavoring to load onto a plane conveying a 9-millimeter handgun.

A few ensuing parts neglected to inspire the faultfinders. Playing a legal counselor, Slater featured in Murder in the First (1995) with Kevin Bacon and Gary Oldman. Analyst Robert Ebert noticed that Slater had the ability, however, he was excessively youthful for the part and “not sufficiently certain” to give the more unpretentious execution required in the film. His sentimental blending with Mary Stuart Masterson in Bed of Roses (1996) additionally drew a tepid gathering.

Christian Slater

Christian Slater

Slater proceeded onward to the activity spine chiller Broken Arrow (1996), which additionally featured John Travolta. The two played stealth aircraft pilots and companions who wind up foes after Travolta turns into a double-crosser and takes a few weapons. Going behind the camera, Slater made his directorial make a big appearance with the movie Museum of Love (1996).

It was not some time before his own life started to eclipse his work. In August 1997, Slater was captured at his loft in the wake of hitting his then-sweetheart and gnawing the man who attempted to stop him. He even got into a fight with the cops at the scene. For a few days before the occurrence, Slater had been on a medication and liquor fling.

Later condemned to three months in prison, Slater served his chance at the La Verne Public Safety Facility. Notwithstanding his correctional facility term, he was likewise required to go to a medication restoration program and was put on post-trial supervision.

Supporting Work

Christian Slater

Christian Slater

Slater soon showed up in a few movies, including the basically panned Hard Rain (1998) and the dim satire Very Bad Things (1998). Coming back to the stage, Slater featured on Broadway in Side Man in 1999. Going up against some little parts, he showed up in the wrongdoing trick 3,000 Miles to Graceland (2001) with Kevin Costner and Kurt Russell, the World War II dramatization Windtalkers (2002) with Nicolas Cage, and Emilio Estevez’s group show Bobby (2006), about the Robert Kennedy died.

After sentiments with on-screen characters Ryder and Samantha Mathis and model Christy Turlington, Slater at last settled down in 2000. He and TV maker Ryan Haddon got hitched that February. The couple had two kids together—a child named Jaden and a little girl named Eliana—before isolating in 2005. Their separation was settled the next year.

Brilliant Globe Win

Christian Slater

Christian Slater

In 2008, Christian Slater handled his initially featuring part in a prime-time TV arrangement, My Own Worst Enemy, playing a covert agent with a split identity. “There’s simply not a person on the planet that at some point hasn’t been the cause all their own problems, and this truly takes it to a wonderful extraordinary,” he disclosed to Entertainment Weekly. In any case, the show neglected to get on with groups of onlookers and was immediately drop. Slater’s consequent endeavor at a standard TV gig, The Forgotten, additionally worked out after only one season.

Slater appreciated somewhat more accomplishment with Breaking In, a comic drama about the tech wizards of a security firm that made due into a moment season. Amid this period he kept on showing up on the extra large screen too, with parts in The River Murders (2011), Soldiers of Fortune (2012) and Sylvester Stallone’s Bullet to the Head (2013).

Christian Slater

Christian Slater

Following quite a while of consistent work yet a couple of prominent exhibitions, Slater got himself part of a buzzworthy venture with the 2015 introduction of the digital spine chiller Mr. Robot. For his part as the main character, the pioneer of an underground hacktivist gathering, Slater guaranteed his first Golden Globe win in 2016, and earned selections for every one of the accompanying two seasons.

The on-screen character has likewise discovered bliss in his own life, following his marriage to Brittany Lopez in 2013.

The Lion Guard (TV Series)


– Undercover Kinyonga (2018) … Ushari (voice)

– The Scorpion’s Sting (2018) … Ushari (voice)

– The Bite of Kenge (2017) … Ushari (voice)

– Rescue in the Outlands (2017) … Ushari (voice)

– Swept Away (2017) … Ushari (voice)

Demonstrate each of the 12 scenes

2018 Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (Video)

Deadshot (voice)

2018 The Public

Josh Davis

Christian Slater

Christian Slater

2015-2018 Mr. Robot (TV Series)

Mr. Robot

– Episode #4.1 (2018) … Mr. Robot

– shutdown – r (2017) … Mr. Robot

– eps3.8_stage3.torrent (2017) … Mr. Robot

– eps3.7_dont-erase me.ko (2017) … Mr. Robot

– eps3.6_fredrick+tanya.chk (2017) … Mr. Robot

Demonstrate every one of the 33 scenes

2016-2017 Milo Murphy’s Law (TV Series)

Elliot Decker/Additional Voices

– Milo’s Halloween Scream-a-Torium! (2017) … Elliot Decker (voice)

– World Without Milo/The Race (2017) … Elliot Decker (voice)

– Star Struck/Disaster of My Dreams (2017) … Elliot Decker (voice)

– Missing Milo (2017) … Elliot Decker (voice)

– The Little Engine That Couldn’t/The Llama Incident (2017) … Elliot Decker (voice)

Demonstrate every one of the 7 scenes

2017/I The Wife

2017 Rick and Morty (TV Series)

Vance Maximus, Renegade Starsoldier

– Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender (2017) … Vance Maximus, Renegade Starsoldier (voice)

2017 Justice League Action Shorts (TV Series short)


– Lasso of Lies (2017) … Deadshot (voice)

– Good Cop, Bad Cop (2017) … Deadshot (voice)

2017 The Summit

Dereck McKinley

2017 Justice League Action (TV Series)

Deadshot/Floyd Lawton

– Double Cross (2017) … Deadshot/Floyd Lawton (voice)

2017 Jeff and Some Aliens (TV Series)

National Guard Officer/Zerk/Bartender/…

– Jeff and Some Jeffs (2017) … National Guard Officer/Zerk/Bartender (voice)

– Jeff and Some Colonists (2017) … Zergzees (voice)

2016 Dawn of the Croods (TV Series)


– Drug versus Gurg/Unfair Fair (2016) … Gurg

2014-2016 Archer (TV Series)


Christian Slater

Christian Slater

– Liquid Lunch (2016) … Slater (voice)

– Drastic Voyage: Part 2 (2015) … Slater (voice)

– Drastic Voyage: Part 1 (2015) … Slater (voice)

– Pocket Listing (2015) … Slater (voice)

– The Kanes (2015) … Slater (voice)

Demonstrate every one of the 10 scenes

2016 King Cobra


2015 Jake and the Never Land Pirates (TV Series)

Grimm Buccaneer

– The mystery of the Mighty Colossus/The Doubloon Monsoon (2015) … Grimm Buccaneer (voice)

2015 The Adderall Diaries

Hans Reiser

2015 Hot Tub Time Machine 2

Diversion Show Host (uncredited)

2015 Two and a Half Men (TV Series)

Christian Slater

– Of Course, He’s Dead: Part 1 and 2 (2015) … Christian Slater (uncredited)

2014 Mune: Guardian of the Moon

Leeyoon (english adaptation, voice)

2014 Mind Games (TV Series)

Ross Edwards

– Balloon Boy (2014) … Ross Edwards

– As God Is My Witness (2014) … Ross Edwards

– Embodied Cognition (2014) … Ross Edwards

– N.D.E. (2014) … Ross Edwards

– The Sweet Science (2014) … Ross Edwards

Demonstrate each of the 13 scenes

2014 Way of the Wicked

Father Henry

2014 Ask Me Anything

Paul Spooner

2014 Stan Lee’s Mighty 7 (TV Movie)

Lazer Lord (voice)

2013 Nymphomaniac: Vol. I

Joe’s Father

2013 Nymphomaniac: Vol. II

Joe’s Father

2013/V Stranded


2013 Assassins Run

Michael Mason

2013 Out There (TV Series)

Johnny Slade

– Springoween (2013) … Johnny Slade (voice)

2013 The Power of Few


2012 Bullet to the Head

Marcus Baptiste

2012 Guns, Girls and Gambling

John Smith

2011-2012 Breaking In (TV Series)


– Episode XIII (2012) … Oz

– The Nat’ral (2012) … Oz

– Cash of the Titans (2012) … Oz

– Heatherses (2012) … Oz

– The Hungover (2012) … Oz

Demonstrate every one of the 20 scenes

2012 Soldiers of Fortune

Craig McCenzie

2012 Hatfields and McCoys: Bad Blood

Senator Bramlette

2012 Dawn Rider

John Mason

2012 El Gringo

Lt. West

2012 Freaky Deaky

Skip Gibbs

2012/I Assassin’s Bullet


Christian Slater

Christian Slater

2012 Phineas and Ferb (TV Series)

Paul the Delivery Guy

– Delivery of Destiny/Let’s Bounce (2012) … Paul the Delivery Guy (voice)

2012/II Playback

Forthcoming Lyons

2012/I Rites of Passage


2012 Back to the Sea

Jack (voice)

2005-2012 Robot Chicken (TV Series)

Composite Santa Claus/Ted/Frat Boy/…

– Fight Club Paradise (2012) … Composite Santa Claus (voice)

– Saving Private Gigli (2011) … Composite Santa Claus/Ted/Frat Boy (voice)

– In a DVD Factory (2008) … Composite Santa Claus/Drug Kingpin (voice)

– Easter Basket (2006) … Composite Santa Claus/Michael Vaughn (voice)

– Suck It (2006) … Skater McGee (voice)

Demonstrate each of the 6 scenes

2011 Entourage (TV Series)

Christian Slater

– Out with a Bang (2011) … Christian Slater

2011 The River Murders

Specialist Vuckovitch

2011 Without Men


2011/I Sacrifice

Father Porter

2009-2010 The Forgotten (TV Series)

Alex Donovan

– Designer Jane (2010) … Alex Donovan

– Living Doe (2010) … Alex Donovan

– Donovan Doe (2010) … Alex Donovan

– Train Jane (2010) … Alex Donovan

– Mama Jane (2010) … Alex Donovan

Demonstrate each of the 17 scenes

2009 Curb Your Enthusiasm (TV Series)

Christian Slater

– The Hot Towel (2009) … Christian Slater

2009 Lies and Illusions

Wes Wilson

2009 Dolan’s Cadillac


2008 My Own Worst Enemy (TV Series)

Henry Spivey/Edward Albright

– Henry and the Terrible… Day (2008) … Henry Spivey/Edward Albright

– Love in All the Wrong Places (2008) … Henry Spivey/Edward Albright

– Down Rio Way (2008) … Henry Spivey/Edward Albright

– High Crimes and Turducken (2008) … Henry Spivey/Edward Albright

– The Night Train to Moscow (2008) … Henry Spivey/Edward Albright

Demonstrate each of the 9 scenes

2008 Igor

Dr. Schadenfreude’s Igor (voice)

2008 Love Lies Bleeding (Video)


2007 The Ten Commandments

Moses (voice)

2007 Slipstream

Beam/Matt Dobbs/Patrolman #2

2007 He Was a Quiet Man

Bounce Maconel

2006 My Name Is Earl (TV Series)


– Robbed a Stoner Blind (2006) … Woody

2006 Bobby


2006 Hollow Man II (Video)

Michael Griffin

2005 Odd Job Jack (TV Series)

Specialist Brody

– 29.5 (2005) … Specialist Brody

2003-2005 The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (TV Series)

Stream Fusion

– My Big Fat Spy Wedding (2005) … Stream Fusion (voice)

– Operation: Rescue Jet Fusion (2003) … Stream Fusion (voice)

2005 The Deal

Tom Hanson

2005 Alone in the Dark

Edward Carnby

2004 Churchill: The Hollywood Years

Winston Churchill

2004 Pursued

Vincent Palmer

2004 The Good Shepherd

Daniel Clemens

2004 Mindhunters

J.D. Reston

2003 Alias (TV Series)

Neil Caplan

– Endgame (2003) … Neil Caplan

– A Free Agent (2003) … Neil Caplan

2003 Masked and Anonymous

Group Guy #1

2002 The West Wing (TV Series)

Lt. Cmdr. Jack Reese

– Arctic Radar (2002) … Lt. Cmdr. Jack Reese

– Process Stories (2002) … Lt. Cmdr. Jack Reese

– Election Night (2002) … Lt. Cmdr. Jack Reese

2002 Windtalkers

Bull Henderson

2002 Hard Cash


2001 Zoolander

Christian Slater

Christian Slater

Christian Slater

2001 Who Is Cletis Tout?

Trevor Allen Finch

2001 3000 Miles to Graceland


2001 The Road to Graceland (Short)

Hanson (voice)

2000 The Contender

Reginald Webster

1998 Very Bad Things

Robert Boyd

1998 Basil

John Mannion

1998 Hard Rain


1997 Merry Christmas, George Bailey (TV Movie)

Harry Bailey

1997 Julian Po

Julian Po

1997 Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

Effectively Fooled Security Guard (uncredited)

1996 Broken Arrow

Riley Hale

1996 Bed of Roses

Lewis Farrell

1995 Murder in the First

James Stamphill

1994 Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles


1994 Jimmy Hollywood


1993 True Romance

Clarence Worley

1993 Untamed Heart


1992 Shelley Duvall’s Bedtime Stories (TV Series)

Storyteller (fragment “There’s an Alligator Under My Bed”)

– There’s a Nightmare in My Closet/There’s an Alligator Under My Bed/There’s Something in My Attic (1992) … Storyteller (fragment “There’s an Alligator Under My Bed”) (voice)

1992 FernGully: The Last Rainforest

Pips (voice)

1992 Kuffs

George Kuffs

1991 Where the Day Takes You

Social Worker (uncredited)

1991 Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

Excelsior Communications Officer

1991 Mobsters

Charlie ‘Fortunate’ Luciano

1991 Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves

Will Scarlett

1990 Pump Up the Volume

Check Hunter

1990 Young Guns II

Arkansas Dave Rudabaugh

1990 Tales from the Darkside: The Movie

Andy (portion “Parcel 249”)

1989 The Wizard

Scratch Woods

1989 The Edge (TV Movie)

The Kid

1989 Beyond the Stars

Eric Michaels

1989 Desperate for Love (TV Movie)

Precipice Petrie

1989 Gleaming the Cube

Brian Kelly

1988 Heathers

Jason Dean is otherwise known as J.D.

1988 Tucker: The Man and His Dream


1988 L.A. Law (TV Series)

Andy Prescott

– Fetus Completus (1988) … Andy Prescott

1986 Secrets (TV Movie)


1986 Crime Story (TV Series)

High schooler Boy

– Old Friends, Dead Ends (1986) … High schooler Boy

1986 The Equalizer (TV Series)

Michael Winslow

– Joyride (1986) … Michael Winslow

1986 Twisted

Stamp Collins

1986 The Name of the Rose

Also von Melk

1985 Ryan’s Hope (TV Series)

D. J. LaSalle

– Episode dated 24 October (1985) … D. J. LaSalle

– Episode #1.2636 (1985) … D. J. LaSalle

– Episode #1.2635 (1985) … D. J. LaSalle

– Episode #1.2634 (1985) … D. J. LaSalle

– Episode #1.2629 (1985) … D. J. LaSalle

Demonstrate every one of the 6 scenes

1985 The Legend of Billie Jean


1984 Tales from the Darkside (TV Series)

Jody Tolliver

– A Case of the Stubborns (1984) … Jody Tolliver

1983 Living Proof: The Hank Williams, Jr. Story (TV Movie)

Walt Willey

1983 ABC Weekend Specials (TV Series)


– The Haunted Mansion Mystery (1983) … Billy

1982 CBS Library (TV Series)

Charlie (portion: Invisible Boy)

– Robbers, Rooftops and Witches (1982) … Charlie (fragment: Invisible Boy)

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