J.K. Simmons جي كيه سيمونز

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Born in 1955 in Detroit, Michigan, he studied at the University of Montana. He began his artistic career in the television film Popeye Doyle. He is best known for his role as a sharp editor in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man series. He appeared in several films and series, but his most...Read more important role to date was in the 2014 film Whiplash for which he received the Best Supporting Actor award at the Gold Globes and the Oscars.


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  • "J. K. Simmons is an American television, film and stage actor best known for playing Dr. Emil Skoda on "Law & Order" (2004-2010) and other shows in the franchise, Assistant...Read more Police Chief Will Pope on "The Closer (2005-2012), neo-Nazi Vernon Schillinger on HBO's "Oz" (1997-2003), J. Jonah Jameson in San Raimi's "Spider Man" trilogy, and the wry but loving father in "Juno" (2007). Simmons was born in Detroit, Michigan, on January 9, 1955. Originally pursuing singing, Simmons became active int heater in the 1970s, and eventually moved to New York in 1983, where he appeared in Broadway and Off-Broadway productions. He swiftly became an in-demand character actor with his roles as the psychiatrist on "Law & Order" and neo-Nazi prison inmate on "Oz." Simmons has had a prolific career, with memorable turns in "For the Love of the Game" (1999), "Thank You For Smoking" (2005), "Burn After Reading" (2008), "Extract" (2009), "Up in the Air" (2009) and "Young Adult" (2011). "

  • Born in 1955 in Detroit, Michigan, he studied at the University of Montana. He began his artistic career in the television film Popeye Doyle. He is best known for his role as a...Read more sharp editor in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man series. He appeared in several films and series, but his most important role to date was in the 2014 film Whiplash for which he received the Best Supporting Actor award at the Gold Globes and the Oscars.

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