Who is donald sutherland dating
He finally got his breakthrough through a starring role in the 1967 war film "The Dirty Dozen" as Vernon L. Upon moving to Hollywood to expand his acting career, Sutherland landed the lead roles in "MASH" and "Heroes".
He next acted in crime thriller "Klute", anti-Vietnam War documentary "F. A.", "Steelyard Blues", horror flick "Don't Look Now", war film "The Eagle Has Landed", "Federico Fellini's Casanova", thriller "Eye of the Needle", "Invasion of the Body Snatchers", and in "The Day of the Locust".
Beginning from the early-to-mid-1960s, he began taking on minor roles on British films and TV, including "Castle of the Living Dead" (1964), "Dr.
Terror's House of Horrors" (1965), "The Bedford Incident", and "The Saint".
He attended elementary school at Crescent Town Elementary School, St. His film Promised Land, with Meg Ryan, was the first film to be commissioned by the Sundance Film Festival, and was released in 1988.
He starred in the film Beat, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2000.
In the sequel Young Guns II (1990), Sutherland continued to play 'Doc' alongside some of the original cast and with newcomer Christian Slater.
As of 2017, it is the only sequel to a feature film he has starred in.
Sutherland starred as the lead in Flatliners, with an ensemble cast featuring Julia Roberts and Kevin Bacon, a film about a student who wants to "experience" death's afterlife and record what happens during it, with the help of a group of young students who are "a little" crazy like him; the film received positive reviews from critics.
He plays young cop in Flashback (1990) alongside Dennis Hopper. During an interview in March 2012, he said he had declined director Gus Van Sant's offer to star in the lead role in the movie My Own Private Idaho, a decision that he regretted.