|As an Actor||Supporting||1||$121,945,720||$288,954,280||$410,900,000|
|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on a credit in that role in 1 film, with $410,900,000 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #7,367)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Herb Farmer (The Bodyguard), Furman Temple (Sunshine State)|
|Most productive collaborators: Kevin Costner, Mick Jackson, Whitney Houston, Lawrence Kasdan, Mike Starr|
August 18th, 2014
During Season Ten of NCIS, it rose to first place in the ratings. That's impressive for any show, but it is doubly so for a show that was a decade old. However, Season Eleven saw its ratings decline a little, falling back to third place. Is this a sign that the show is finally showing its age? Has the quality also dropped from last season?
August 19th, 2013
NCIS has been on TV for a decade. It started out as a reasonable ratings hit, but during its sixth season, its ratings jumped from 20s range, where it had been the first five seasons, to number five. It stayed in the top five for the next five years, but last year, it reached first place. It's odd for a show to take this long to reach first place. Hell, it's odd for a show to last this long. Can Season Ten possibly match its ratings in terms of quality?
|6/21/2002||Sunshine State||Furman Temple||$3,064,356||$217,542||$3,281,898|
|11/25/1992||The Bodyguard||Herb Farmer||$121,945,720||$288,954,280||$410,900,000|