Christopher Walken turns another year older on Saturday. In honor of his day, we took a look back and found some of his most unforgettable moments on the big and small screen.
The 75-year-old actor is best known for the unusual characters he plays, that are often psychologically unstable or down right evil. And no one does it better.
Walken got his first break on the big screen in 1969 in the movie “Me and My Brother.” That role lead to an even bigger role working alongside Sean Connery in the 1971 heist movie the “Anderson Tapes.”
Picking just 10 of Walken’s greatest moments with a library spanning 50 years and more than 100 appearances in film and television shows proved to be a challenge. But taking a look through his RottenTomatoes.com scores for his biggest movies, plus a bit of our own personal favorites, we came up with this list.
Of course the legendary scene from the 1994 cult classic “Pulp Fiction” made the list, but check out the link to see if your favorites made the cut.
So, sit back, relax and enjoy this ride through these classic Walken moments.
While it is always tricky trying to please everyone, we are pretty sure even the biggest fans would have to agree that these go down as great moment in movie and TV history.
Happy Birthday Christopher!