Miguel Ferrer

Reference Number
Artists Name
Miguel Ferrer
Real Name
Miguel José Ferrer
Activity of Fame
  • Actor
Birth Dates
Star Sign
Aquarius (Jan 21st – Feb 19th)
Country of Birth
United States
State of Birth
City of Birth
Santa Monica
Death Dates
Date of Death
Jan 19, 2017
Age (Years)
Cause of Death
Country of Death
United States
State of Death
City of Death
Los Angeles
Country of Funeral
United States
State of Funeral
City of Funeral
Los Angeles
Miguel José Ferrer (born February 7, 1955) was an American actor. He was born in Santa Monica, California, on January 19, 1957 in Los Angeles, California. In 1983, Ferrer received a small role as a waiter in the film "Wedding with Obstacles". Star Trek III: In search of Mr. Spock, he played the navigator of the space ship Excelsior. Since then, he has been involved in many films, usually in the roles of the villain, including RoboCop (1987) and My Wonderful Cadillac (1988), where he played a dark motorcyclist. In Deep Star Six (1989) he was seen as a crazy scientist, in Revenge - a dangerous affair as a companion Kevin Costners and next to Bridget Fonda in the Agententhriller Codename: Nina (1993). He played Commander Harbinger in Hot Shots! The second attempt (1993) and appeared in Stephen Kings The Stand (1994) in the role of Lloyd Henreid. In the thriller Stephen King's The Nightflier (1997), also after Stephen King, he was also to be seen. In The Manchurian Candidate (2004) he played an officer of the US Army challenging the main character (Denzel Washington). His most well-known film was Traffic's power of the cartel (2000) by Steven Soderbergh, who was nominated as "Best Film" for an Oscar. Ferrer died on January 19, 2017 in his house at a cancer disease in the mouth. Source: Wikipedia
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