Knowledge Identifier: +Val_Kilmer
The Saint (TV series) - Roger Moore never played the role again after 1969, though he can be heard speaking on a car radio during the 1997 film "The Saint", starring Val Kilmer as Templar
During a brief hiatus, he backpacked throughout Europe before going on to play the lead character in the 1985 comedy "Real Genius"
Gabriel Jarret - He is best known for his role as the young genius Mitch Taylor in the 1985 comedy film "Real Genius" in which he co starred with Val Kilmer
Neal Israel - "Real Genius", another of his scripts, was made into a successful film starring Val Kilmer, and in 1987, he produced the film "Three O'Clock High"
Colorado Shakespeare Festival - Kilmer starred in the Colorado Shakespeare Festival production of "Hamlet" in 1988
John Densmore - He worked as a technical adviser on the 1991 film, "The Doors", and was very impressed with Val Kilmer's performance as Morrison and overall was quite happy with the film
Erick Avari - However, before arriving in Los Angeles in 1991, his extensive work onstage has garnered him much praise from theater critics across America, most notably as Vasquez, in "'Tis Pity She's a Whore" with Val Kilmer at the Joseph Papp Public Theater and as Sir Richard at The Guthrie Theater's memorable production of "The Screens"
In 1993, Kilmer played Doc Holliday in the western "Tombstone" alongside Kurt Russell, in what is credited as one of Kilmer's finest performances
Batman Begins - At his audition, Bale wore the bat suit Val Kilmer donned for 1995's "Batman Forever"
Irwin Winkler - Winkler had better luck at the box office as writer-director of the Sandra Bullock vehicle "The Net" , which spawned a series of the same name debuting on the USA Network in 1998, but got mired in syrupy sentimentality in "At First Sight" a gooey romance-drama starring Val Kilmer as a blind man whose bid to regain his sight complicates his relationship with his girlfriend
Elisabeth Shue - Shue displayed some action movie skills in the 1997 spy remake "The Saint" as Val Kilmer's love interest
Burl Barer - The first was a novelization of the screenplay for the 1997 film adaptation of "The Saint" starring Val Kilmer, although the film itself was only loosely based upon Charteris' creation
Keith Szarabajka - Szarabajka has contributed his voice to several audio books, notably "Fierce Invalids Home from Hot Climates" by Tom Robbins, for which he won the 2001 Audie *award for Best Fiction, unabridged, "Fear Nothing" and "Seize the Night" by Dean Koontz, several roles in a Grammy nominated audio dramatization of "The Maltese Falcon", "Rising Sun" by Michael Crichton, Nelson Algren's "Walk on the Wild Side", and the much lauded "The Mark of Zorro" opposite Val Kilmer
Since 2002, Kilmer has been working on a film about the life of Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of the Christian Science church, and Mark Twain, one of her most famous critics
Frank Darabont - He produced the 2002 film "The Salton Sea", starring Val Kilmer and Vincent D'Onofrio
The Salton Sea - "'The Salton Sea"' is a 2002 American neo-noir crime thriller film directed by D. J. Caruso, and starring Val Kilmer and Vincent D'Onofrio
Eric L. Haney - Previously, Haney was a technical consultant on Mamet's 2004 film "Spartan", starring Val Kilmer
In 2008, Kilmer starred alongside Stephen Dorff in the Sony and Stage 6 film "Felon"
Buck Taylor - He appeared as Ben Lily in January 2008, with his friend Val Kilmer in the CBS miniseries "Comanche Moon", another in the "Lonesome Dove" line of television films
He briefly flirted with running for Governor of New Mexico in 2010, but in the end declined to run
Kilmer sold his 6,000 acre ranch in New Mexico in 2011, where he would track, hike, fish, and raise bison
Ibiza International Film Festival - V edition takes place from 4 to 8 May 2011 with Val Kilmer as the president of the Jury
Twixt (film) - "'Twixt"' is a 2011 horror thriller film written, directed and produced by Francis Ford Coppola starring Val Kilmer and Elle Fanning, The film premiered on September 4, 2011 at the Toronto International Film Festival and was screened at various film festivals in North America, receiving a limited theatrical release in a handful of International markets
Diana DeGarmo - In film, DeGarmo played the character "Dora Hand" in the 2012 Val Kilmer western, "Wyatt Earp's Revenge
Pete Mitchell (Top Gun) - The 2013 computer-animated film "Planes" pays homage to "Top Gun", with Val Kilmer and Anthony Edwards as voice cast
Top Gun - The 2013 computer-animated film "Planes" pays homage to "Top Gun", with Val Kilmer and Anthony Edwards as voice cast
Twixt (film) - "Twixt" was released on Blu-ray Disc and DVD by Fox Home Entertainment on July 23, 2013, and the film marks the on-screen reunion of Val Kilmer and Joanne Whalley
In 2016, Kilmer starred in the Rick Alverson directed music video for Oneohtrix Point Never's "Animals", from his 2015 album Garden of Delete, which was released to wide critical acclaim