Anthony Heald

Highest Rated:
100%     Searching for Bobby Fischer (1993)
Lowest Rated:
0%     The Super (1991)
Aug 25
New Rochelle, New York, USA

Possessing an air of smug authority that isn't without a slight sense of self-conscious humor, actor Anthony Heald's supporting roles in such films as The Silence of the Lambs and Deep Rising have found him mastering the art of the overconfident character who audiences instinctively…



36% Accepted
  • Dean Van Horne
$36.3M 2006
58% X-Men: The Last Stand
  • FBI Mystique Interrogator
$234.2M 2006
Revenge of the Middle-Aged Woman
  • Simon
-- 2004
69% Red Dragon
  • Dr. Chilton
$92.9M 2002
The Ruby Princess Runs Away
  • Actor
-- 2000
40% Proof of Life
  • Ted
$31.2M 2000
23% 8MM
  • Longdale
-- 1999
29% Deep Rising
  • Simon Canton
-- 1998
67% A Time to Kill
  • Dr. Rodeheaver
-- 1996
11% Bushwhacked
  • Bragdon
-- 1995
68% Kiss of Death
  • Jack Gold the Lawyer
-- 1995
80% The Client
  • Trumann
-- 1994
100% Searching for Bobby Fischer
  • Fighting Patient
-- 1993
52% The Pelican Brief
  • Marty Velmano
-- 1993
86% The Ballad of Little Jo
  • Mr. Henry Grey
-- 1993
25% Whispers in the Dark
  • Paul
-- 1992
0% The Super
  • Ron Nessim
-- 1991
94% The Silence of the Lambs
  • Dr. Frederick Chilton
-- 1991
90% Postcards from the Edge
  • George Lazan
-- 1990
Happy New Year
  • Dinner Guest
-- 1987
50% Outrageous Fortune
  • Weldon
-- 1987
67% Orphans
  • Man in Park
-- 1987
Case of Deadly Force
  • Dave O'Brien
-- 1986
The Beniker Gang
  • Mr. Uldrich
-- 1985
58% Teachers
  • Narc
-- 1984
70% Silkwood
  • 2nd Union Meeting Doctor
-- 1983


52% Monday Mornings
  • Mitch Tompkins
  • Cdr. Guyman Purcell
  • Walt Merrick
  • Walt Merrick (pilot only)
60% Law & Order
  • Councilman
  • Councilman
  • Ian O'Connell
  • Ian O'Connell
1991 - 1994

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Quotes from Anthony Heald's Characters

    • Simon Canton:
      I maybe a crook but I'm not a savage!
    From Deep Rising. Submitted by Antony R (22 months ago)

    • Bartleby "B" Gaines:
      Nah, I'm not going to answer your question, 'cause you guys have already made up your minds. I'm an expert in rejection, and I can see it on your faces, and it's too bad that you judge us by the way we look and not by who we are, just because you want us to be more like them when the truth is we're not like them, and I am damn proud of that fact! I mean, Harmon College and their - their 100 years of tradition. But tradition of what? Of hazing kids and humiliating anyone who's a bit different? Of putting so much pressure on kids they turn into these - these stress freaks and caffeine addicts.
    • Dean Van Horne:
      Your phony school demeans real colleges everywhere!
    • Bartleby "B" Gaines:
      Why? Why can't we both exist? Huh? You can have your grades, and your rules and your structure and your ivory towers, and then we'll do things our way. Why do we have to conform to what you want?
    • Dean Van Horne:
      Your curriculum is a joke, and you, sir, are a criminal.
    • Bartleby "B" Gaines:
      You know what? You're a criminal. 'Cause you rob these kids of their creativity and their passion. That's the real crime! Well, what about you parents? Did -did the system really work out for you? Did it teach you to follow your heart, or to just play it safe, roll over? What about you guys? Did you always want to be school administrators? Dr. Alexander, was that your dream? Or maybe no, maybe you wanted to be a poet. Maybe you wanted to be a magician or an artist. Maybe you just wanted to travel the world. Look, I - I lied to you. I lied to all of you, and I'm sorry. Dad, especially to you. But out of that desperation, something happened that was so amazing. Life was full of possibilities, and isn't that what you ultimately want for us? As parents, I mean, is - is that, is possibilities. Well, we came here today to ask for your approval, and something just occurred to me: I don't give a shit. Who cares about your approval? We don't need your approval to tell us that what we did was real. 'Cause there are so few truths in this world, that when you see one, you just know it. And I know that it is a truth that real learning took place at South Harmon. Whether you like it or not, it did. 'Cause you don't need teachers or classrooms or - or fancy highbrow traditions or money to really learn. You just need people with a desire to better themselves, and we got that by the shit-load at South Harmon. So you can go ahead, sign your forms, reject us and shoot us down, and do whatever you gotta do. It doesn't really matter at this point, because we'll never stop learning, and we'll never stop growing, and we'll never forget the ideals what were instilled in us at our place, 'cause we are SHIT heads now, and we'll be SHIT heads forever and nothing you say can do or stamp can take that away from us, so GO!
    From Accepted. Submitted by Francis L (2 years ago)