Clifton Collins Jr. – a Professional Actor in Hollywood
Clifton Collins Jr. in his original name Clifton Craig Collins, Jr, is a professional actor of America and was born on 16 October 1970. He is also called as Clifton Gonzalez-Gonzalez in order to respect his grandfather.
Clifton Collins Jr. entered his career in 1997, when he performed in the movie “One Eight Seven”. He also appeared in Ray Bradbury’s movie, “The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit”. His next role went on with the 2000 drama Traffic for which he acted as a gay hitman. His other films include Confessions of an American Girl of 2002 and Capote of 2005.
Clifton Collins Jr. directed two music cartridges “Whatever It Is” and “Chicken Fried” for Zac Brown Band. He played a major role in Sunshine Cleaning as Winston, a one armed man who makes model airplanes. He acted in the role with his one arm tied on his back. In his 2009 film “StarTrek”, he took on the character Ayel and the movie became one of the greatest hits. He also acted for a role in the film “Extract” in 2009 describing the life of a worker who lost a testicle in an accident. His role as Romeo in the movie “The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day” is well known. He co-produced the film “National Lampoon’s TV” and he played the role of an officer Sanchez. He has also made voiceover in a videogame “Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas”.
Clifton Collins Jr. ‘s top films include Light It Up , One Eight Seven, The Last Castle , Life of the Party , Little Chenier, Crank: High Voltage , The Experiment, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and Horsemen. His televisions shows are; The Twilight Zone, The Shield , Southland , Resurrection Blvd, Thief, Alias , Fear Itself, Masters of Science Fiction, The Event and CSI: NY.