When it comes to famous actors there are many of them but one actor that does stand out is Christopher Walken. The very skilled and talented actor has been in the film industry for many years now and he is still going as strong as he was when he started in show business at the age of three.
As Walken got older he was lucky enough to have the opportunity to get first-hand experience of the film industry and he also got to work with other very famous people who were around at the time. As he got older his skills and talent grew and from the age of eighteen he has always had work and has never looked back.
Christopher Walken has starred in many hit films and is still appearing in hit films today. Even though he is getting older the roles that he is being offered are still as exciting and challenging as they have always been. The main reason that he is always offered work is down to the fact the he is always happy to try new things and willing to work. His new film Stand up Guys just goes to show that Christopher Walken is still a very popular actor and gives him the opportunity to show his acting skills yet again.
But when you take a look at the acting career of Christopher Walken there is one thing that stands out, his role as the bad guy or tough guy, but his latest film Around the bend is very different, in the film he plays the role of a guy who is ill and had walked out on his son many years before hand. It is a tale of family, heartache and forgiveness. Like so many of the other roles that he has played before this, Christopher Walken brings his own unique style of acting and dance to the screen and is a pleasure to watch.
But while Christopher Walken is once again sharing his great acting talent with us all, in the background there has been much speculation about the reopening of the death of Natalie Wood and his involvement in it. Christopher Walken has been asked to give his account of what he believed to have happened on that fateful day but he has refused to say anything on the subject. All he has said is that he does not know how he feels about the case being reopened.