GQ’s Villainous Actor Profile Series

I’m far too fashionable to ever need to read GQ myself, but every once in a while they do something worth noting. Right now, they have a rather cool profile of famous “villainous” actors, aka actors who are usually known for playing bad guys on film or TV.

Jack Gleeson (Joffrey, above) only has one big credit to his villain resume, but others like Ron Perlman, Mark Strong, Malcolm McDowell and more have been doing this for a long time.

The photos are perhaps the best part, and you can check out all of them below. If you want to read the actual interviews you can find them all here

Walton Goggins

Ron Perlman

Mark Strong

Malcolm McDowell

John Hawkes

Benecio Del Toro


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