Michael Dougherty
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Alec Baldwin
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Christopher McQuarrie
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Hugh Jackman
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Tom DeSanto
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Bryan Singer
(Movies & TV)

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David Hayter

Knowledge Identifier: +David_Hayter


David Hayter

Canadian-American voice and screen actor and screenwriter add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1969.

Countries: United States (67%), Japan (14%), (10%)

Main connections: Michael Dougherty, Alec Baldwin, Christopher McQuarrie

Linked to: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, BioWare




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David Hayter was born in 1969 add something


Warner Bros. was amenable to the 1980s setting, and the director added a title montage sequence to introduce the audience to the events of alternate history United States in that time period add something


Hayter spent most of his childhood living around the world and at the age of 15, Hayter moved to Kobe in Japan where he graduated from the Canadian Academy, an international school, in 1987 add something


Hayter did some live acting in the early 1990s, but became interested in voice acting after acting in an episode of the sitcom "Major Dad", and later landed the role of Captain America in the popular 1994 "Spider-Man" animated series add something


X-Men (film) - Singer signed to direct in 1996, with further rewrites by Ed Solomon, Singer, Tom DeSanto, Christopher McQuarrie and David Hayter in which Beast and Nightcrawler were deleted over budget concerns from Fox. "X-Men" marks the Hollywood debut of actor Hugh Jackman, who was a last second choice for Wolverine, cast three weeks into filming


In 1998, Hayter voiced protagonist Solid Snake in the highly successful video game "Metal Gear Solid" add something


In 2000 he wrote the screenplay for the movie version of "X-Men", and went on to co-write the screenplay for its sequel "X2" with writing team Michael Dougherty and Dan Harris add something


Watchmen (film) - In October 2001, Gordon partnered with Lloyd Levin and Universal Studios, hiring David Hayter to write and direct


Bryan Singer - In June 2002 filming began on "X2" in Canada with Singer again directing, this time from a screenplay written by David Hayter, Dan Harris and Michael Dougherty


On September 7, 2012, it was announced that Hayter would pen the screen adaptation "Caught Stealing", and would star Patrick Wilson and Alec Baldwin add something


On September 13, 2012, Hayter began filming on his directorial debut, "Wolves" add something


On August 7, 2013, it was announced Hayter was developing a television show on Fox tentatively titled "World War III", about a fiction global conflict that chronicles a perfect storm of world events places us in the center of a global battle which may bring the world as we know it to an end add something


Tommy Gunn (pornographic actor) - In 2014, he appeared in the horror film "Wolves", directed by David Hayter


The Castle of Cagliostro - The Blu-ray was released on 25 June 2015 and featured the same extras in addition to new interviews with David Hayter and Bob Bergen, an introduction to the film by Hayter, translated past interviews from the French Blu-ray, an optional storyboard viewing mode, a slideshow art gallery, and a collection of alternate openings to the film


Despite this, Hayter would later reprise his role as Solid Snake in a "Metal Gear Solid"-themed advertisement for the 2016 Ford Focus SE add something