Powers Boothe - Details


POWERS BOOTHE recently starred as Roman General Flavius Aetius, Atilla the Hun's mentor, in the USA Network original mini-series "Atilla the Hun," premiering January, 2001.

Boothe has an extensive list of feature film credits, including Oliver Stone's films "U-Turn" with Sean Penn and Nick Nolte, and "Nixon," with Anthony Hopkins and Ed Harris; "Blue Sky" with Jessica Lange and Tommy Lee Jones, and "Tombstone" opposite Kurt Russell, Val Kilmer and Charlton Heston. Other film credits include "Sudden Death," "Rapid Fire," "Extreme Prejudice," "The Emerald Forest," "Red Dawn," "A Breed Apart" and "Southern Comfort."

Boothe garnered an Emmy award for Best Actor for his portrayal of Reverend Jim Jones in the television movie "Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones."

He has starred in numerous television productions, including the mini-series "Joan of Arc" opposite Leelee Sobieski and Jacqueline Bisset; "The Spree" with Jennifer Beals, and the mini-series "True Women." Boothe played the lead in the television movie "By Dawn's Early Light" with Rebecca DeMornay and James Earl Jones. He starred as Philip Marlowe in the HBO series "Philip Marlowe, Private Eye." Additional television credits include "Marked For Murder," "Family of Spies," "Into the Homeland," "A Cry for Love," "A Crime of Passion" and "The Plutonium Incident."


  • 1st June 1949 - Birth