Kip Weeks

Highest Rated: 56% Glory Road (2006)
Lowest Rated: 48% The Strangers (2008)
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Actor Kip Weeks revealed a gift for playing genial American everymen, often with a jocky edge. He initially attained high-profile visibility for his evocation of Togo Railey -- one of the few Caucasian basketball players on a mostly black team at Texas Western University, circa 1962 -- in Jerry Bruckheimer's inspirational sports drama Glory Road (2006). Following that assignment, Weeks did an about-face and switched genres (dodging the threat of typecasting as well) with his portrayal of a masked burglar who systematically terrorizes a suburban couple in Bryan Bertino's tense psychological thriller The Strangers (2008).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Dead Quiet Actor 2014
48% The Strangers Man in the Mask $52.6M 2008
56% Glory Road Togo Railey $42.5M 2006
No Score Yet 20 Funerals Actor 2004

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