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Topic - Jon Voight
Actors Jon Voight, Martin Landau and George Chakiris all have one shiny, golden thing in common.
After downing stuffed chicken at the glitzy Night of 100 Stars Oscar viewing party at the Beverly Hills Hotel, former Oscar winner Jon Voight stood up from his seat, looked toward the screens set up around the room and proudly watched his daughter Angelina Jolie co-present the Oscar trophy for best director.
After a while it grew monotonous: a steady stream of Golden Globe winners declaring surprise.
The Golden Globes offered a fond farewell to AMC's epic tale of meth kingpin Walter White on Sunday, honoring it as television's best drama and giving Bryan Cranston the top acting award.
It was Jon Voight’s portrayal of male prostitute Joe Buck in the 1969 film “Midnight Cowboy” that put him on the path to becoming an acting legend. Now he says he was paid a pittance for the part.
The structure is simple, the guitar riffs basic, the lyrics at best inane, but the Troggs' "Wild Thing" remains a garage-rock classic more than 45 years after its release made the Troggs and lead singer Reg Presley international stars.
Jon Voight helped his son James Haven on Wednesday to promote a new inspirational film about a Texan who lost everything because of alcoholism, but eventually redeemed himself, built a successful business and now dedicates himself to promoting education.
Academy Award-winning actor and silver-screen conservative Jon Voight shares his reaction to news that New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg will include President Obama and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo at the solemn remembrance of the 9/11 attacks at ground zero on Sunday. But no clergy. And no prayers.
"Beware, America, of President Obama's dangerous START treaty," warns Academy Award-winning conservative actor Jon Voight in a telephone conversation with The Washington Times.
Actor Jon Voight, in an open letter, urges President Obama not to put Israel in harm's way.
Academy Award-winning actor Jon Voight has America on his mind these days, and has shared an open letter to President Obama with The Washington Times.
"You will be the first American president that lied to the Jewish people, and the American people as well, when you said that you would defend Israel, the only democratic state in the Middle East, against all their enemies. You have done just the opposite. You have propagandized Israel, until they look like they are everyone's enemy - and it has resonated throughout the world. You are putting Israel in harm's way, and you have promoted anti-Semitism throughout the world," Mr. Voight wrote to Mr. Obama.
"My dear fellow Americans: There is a great injustice that is about take place in New York City on September 11 of this year, that must be brought to everyone's mind and heart. The good citizens of New York City elected Mayor Bloomberg into office, believing his oath to be responsible for truth, fairness and love of freedom and patriotism. What has Mayor Bloomberg done? He has decided to make a pretty picture of whomever he thinks is worthy of, in his opinion, to be honored on this sacred day," Mr. Voight says in an open letter shared with Inside the Beltway during a phone interview.