Knowledge Identifier: +Christopher_Walken
In 1969, Walken guest-starred in Hawaii Five-O as Navy SP Walt Kramer.
David Lucas (composer) - On the 1976 Blue Öyster Cult song "Don't Fear the Reaper" which he co-produced, Lucas sang backup vocals and came up with the idea for using a cowbell, which became a catchphrase in 2000 when it was parodied by Christopher Walken in a "More cowbell" skit on "Saturday Night Live"
Helen Gallagher - Gallagher appeared in the 1977 movie "Roseland" opposite Christopher Walken
Walken starred in the 1981 action adventure The Dogs of War, directed by John Irvin.
In 1982, he played a socially awkward, but gifted theater actor in "Who Am I This Time?" He surprised many critics and filmgoers with his intricate tap-dancing striptease in Herbert Ross's musical Pennies From Heaven.
Walken played the role of Federal Agent Kyril Montana in Milagro Beanfield War in 1988.
Philippe Mora - Released in 1989, the film starred Christopher Walken and was based on Strieber's own alleged encounters with aliens
Also in 1992, Walken appeared in Madonna's controversial coffee table book, SEX, and he played Bobby, Cassandra's manager in Wayne's World 2.
The Prophecy (film series) - In a bit of truly inspired foreshadowing, in 1993, two years before "The Prophecy" release, Christopher Walken played an eerily similar role to that of his portrayal of the Archangel Gabriel in The Prophecy series
Gregory Widen - In 1995 he wrote and directed the supernatural thriller "The Prophecy" starring Christopher Walken
In 2000, Walken was cast as the lead, along with Blair Brown, in James Joyce's The Dead on Broadway.
David Lucas (composer) - This choice became legendary when it was parodied by Christopher Walken in a "Saturday Night Live" "More cowbell" comedy sketch on April 8, 2000
Cato the Younger - In the 2002 miniseries "Julius Caesar", Cato is played by Christopher Walken
Jane Seymour (actress) - In 2005, Seymour returned to the big screen in the comedy "Wedding Crashers", playing Kathleen Cleary, wife of fictional United States Secretary of the Treasury William Cleary, played by Christopher Walken
Poker Face (Lady Gaga song) - Actor Christopher Walken performed a special a capella rendition of "Poker Face" on BBC1's "Friday Night with Jonathan Ross" for Halloween 2009
Donagh's play A Behanding in Spokane in 2010, and received a Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play.
David Van Tieghem - An active musician, composer and sound designer, Van Tieghem scored and sound designed the 2010 Broadway play "A Behanding In Spokane", starring Christopher Walken, and collaborated on new work with the choreographers Doug Varone and Elizabeth Streb
Anthony Mackie - He starred with Christopher Walken in "A Behanding in Spokane" on Broadway, which opened February 15, 2010
The Family Fang (film) - On May 5, 2014, Christopher Walken was cast as Caleb Fang, the siblings' father