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I've run a check through the Starfleet database. You might be pleased to know that this is the first recorded incident of a human male becoming pregnant.

—Subcommander T'Pol
(Jolene Blalock)
[Star Trek: Enterprise]
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Jackie Earle Haley [4]


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Born:July 14, 1961 (56)
Filmography Rating:6.78 / 10
IMDB Rating:7.17 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.03 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:57.50%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
Planet of the Apes: The Complete TV Series [1974](13) => Kraik
Watchmen: Director's Cut [2009](48) => Rorschach
Watchmen [2009](48) => Rorschach
RoboCop [2014](53) => Rick Mattox

Trivia that mentions this person:
Watchmen [2009]
  • Casting rumors over the years included Sigourney Weaver (Sally Jupiter); John Hurt, Robin Williams, [?] Doug Hutchison, Daniel Craig, Simon Pegg, [?] Glen Hansard (Rorschach); Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dolph Lundgren (Dr. Manhattan); Tommy Lee Jones, Gary Busey, Ron Perlman, Thomas Jane (Comedian); Richard Gere, Kevin Costner, John Cusack, [?] Joaquin Phoenix (Nite Owl); Nathan Fillion (either Comedian or Nite Owl); Jamie Lee Curtis, [?] Hilary Swank, Jessica Biel, Hilary Duff (Silk Spectre); Tom Cruise, Jude Law (Ozymandias). In the finished film, Jackie Earle Haley is the only one of the seven primary cast members who was even in the film industry when the movie was first attempted.
    Green Lantern [2011]
  • Hugo Weaving, Jackie Earle Haley and Geoffrey Rush were considered to for the role of Sinestro. Rush went on to voice the Green Lantern Tomar-Re.
    RoboCop [2014]
  • Jackie Earle Haley as Rick Mattox at one point says 'I wouldn't buy that for a dollar'. This is a reworking of a line in RoboCop during a fictional sitcom wherein the star of the show regularly uses the catchphrase 'I'd buy that for a dollar!'.