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Billy Crystal, Jennifer Crystal Foley

Billy Crystal [9]


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Born:March 14, 1948 (70)
Filmography Rating:7.86 / 10
IMDB Rating:7.53 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.57 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:84.55%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
Soap - Season 1 [1977](29) => Jodie Dallas
Soap - Season 2 [1978](30) => Jodie Dallas
Soap - Season 3 [1979](31) => Jodie Dallas
Soap - Season 4 [1980](32) => Jodie Dallas
Throw Momma from the Train [1987](39) => Larry
The Princess Bride [1987](39) => Miracle Max
Monsters, Inc. [2001](53) => Mike Wazowski
Pixar Short Films Collection - Volume 1 [2007](59) => Mike
Monsters University [2013](65) => Mike (voice)

Trivia that mentions this person:
Soap - Season 1 [1977]
  • One of the first American TV series to feature an openly gay character as a regular cast member (Billy Crystal as Jodie Dallas).
    Toy Story [1995]
  • Billy Crystal was originally offered the chance to voice Buzz Lightyear, but declined. After seeing the finished film, he said the decision was the biggest mistake of his career. Upon learning this, Pixar offered Crystal the role of Mike in Monsters, Inc., which he readily accepted.
    Monsters University [2013]
  • When waking up after sleeping on Sully's hand Mike is heard saying "I know you're a princess and I'm just a stable boy.." The line refers to one of Billy Crystal's previous screen credits as Miracle Max in The Princess Bride, a story focusing on the love between a princess and a stable boy.
    Into the Woods [2014]
  • There have been several other attempts to bring Into the Woods to the screen. At one point in 1994, it got as far as a reading at Penny Marshall's house, with Robin Williams, Goldie Hawn, and [?] Cher; later, it was developed at Columbia Pictures with director Rob Minkoff attached and Billy Crystal, Meg Ryan, and Susan Sarandon in talks to star.
    The Princess Bride [1987]
  • Director Rob Reiner left the set during Billy Crystal's scenes because he would laugh so hard that he would become nauseous.