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John Bloom (III)

Highest Rated:   87% Runaway Train (1985)
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Birthplace:   Los Angeles, California, USA
The big, beefy and extremely tall John Bloom was an imposingly massive 7 foot, 4 inch bulky hulk of a man who was born on February 19th, 1944. He was originally an accountant who was coerced into acting by legendary Grade Z schlock exploitation drive-in filmmaker Al Adamson. Bloom made his debut as Frankenstein's monster in the hilariously horrible Dracula vs. Frankenstein (1971). He also appeared in both Brain of Blood (1972) and Angels' Wild Women (1972)_ for Adamson, as well. Among Bloom's more memorable roles are a gentle, dim-witted behemoth handyman who has the head of a vicious criminal killer grafted onto his body in the deliciously cheesy The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant (1971), a murderous extraterrestrial who terrorizes Los Angeles in the not half bad sci-fi/horror outing The Dark (1979), the intimidating bodyguard for an Indian pimp in the hilariously raunchy'n'raucous Bachelor Party (1984), the Reaper in the terrible The Hills Have Eyes Part II (1985), and an enormous antagonistic alien who fights with William Shatner in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991). John Bloom died of heart failure on January 15th, 1999.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Chiller Theatre
  • Actor
1992
No Score Yet Frozen Assets
  • Ed Walker
1992
84% Star Trek VI - The Undiscovered Country
  • Behemoth Alien
1991
40% The Great Outdoors
  • Jimbo
1988
42% Harry and the Hendersons
  • Feet
1987
87% Runaway Train
  • Tall Con
1985
0% The Hills Have Eyes, Part 2
  • The Reaper
1985
No Score Yet The Cartier Affair
  • Actor
1984
54% Bachelor Party
  • Milt
1984
No Score Yet The Dark
  • Killer
1979
No Score Yet The Creature's Revenge
  • Gor
1972
No Score Yet Brain Damage
  • Actor
1972
No Score Yet The Incredible Two-Headed Transplant
  • Danny
1971
No Score Yet Dracula vs. Frankenstein
  • The Monster
1971

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