Joseph Bottoms

Highest Rated:
75% The Crossing Guard (1995)
Lowest Rated:
44% The Black Hole (1979)
Birthday:
Apr 22
Birthplace:
Santa Barbara, California, USA
Bio:
Following community theater experiences, Joseph Bottoms began accumulating TV-movie credits. His first theatrical-feature role was Robin Lee Graham, the seafaring protagonist of The Dove (1974). He went on to play Jewish resistance fighter Rudi Weiss in the 1978 TV miniseries Holocaust and Kirk…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Snide and Prejudice
  • Himmler
-- 2001
75% The Crossing Guard
  • Actor
-- 1995
Liar's Edge
  • Dave Kirkpatrick
-- 1992
Treacherous Crossing
  • Actor
-- 1992
Inner Sanctum
  • Baxter Reed
-- 1991
Born to Race
  • Al Pagura
-- 1988
Gunsmoke: To the Last Man
  • Tommy Graham
-- 1987
Make Mine Chartreuse
  • Actor
-- 1987
Make Mine Chartreuse
  • Actor
-- 1987
Open House
  • Dr. David Kelley
-- 1986
Celebrity
  • Mack Crawford
-- 1985
Blind Date
  • Jonathon Ratcliffe
-- 1984
Side by Side
  • Actor
-- 1982
Sins of Dorian Gray
  • Actor
-- 1982
Surfacing
  • Joe
-- 1981
Intruder Within
  • Scott
-- 1981
King of the Mountain
  • Buddy
-- 1981
Cloud Dancer
  • Tom Loomis
-- 1980
44% The Black Hole
  • Lt. Charles Pizer
-- 1979
Return Engagement
  • Actor
-- 1978
High Rolling in a Hot Corvette
  • Texas
-- 1977
Stalk the Wild Child
  • Actor
-- 1976
Crime and Passion
  • Larry
-- 1975
The Dove
  • Robin Lee Graham
-- 1974

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Quotes from Joseph Bottoms's Characters

    1. Lt. Charles Pizer: Vincent, were you programmed to bug me?
    2. V.I.N.CENT: No, sir, to educate you.
    From The Black Hole. Submitted by Nick S (2 years ago)
    1. Lt. Charles Pizer: We'd be better off without you and Maximilian trying to knock heads.
    2. V.I.N.CENT: I can handle that thing.
    3. Lt. Charles Pizer: Well, far be it from you to admit there isn't anything you can't handle.
    4. V.I.N.CENT: There are three basic types, Mr. Pizer: the Wills, the Won'ts, and the Can'ts. The Wills accomplish everything, the Won'ts oppose everything, and the Can'ts won't try anything.
    5. Capt. Dan Holland: Well, do us all a favor, V.I.N.CENT, and try to be a Can't, especially where that monster is concerned. We need you, not another corkscrew.
    From The Black Hole. Submitted by George B (2 years ago)

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