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Welcome to DAVID STRATHAIRN ONLINE @ david-strathairn.org an online resource dedicated to Emmy Award Winning and Academy Award Nominated American actor David Strathairn. Best known for his role as journalist Edward R. Murrow in the film Good Night, And Good Luck and as Dr. Lee Rosen on the SyFy channel's Alphas, David has carved out a huge presence on the large and small screen, as well as many notable stage performances. David's vast resume includes The Bourne Ultimatum, Blue Car, Godzilla, Sneakers, Matewan, The Firm, Eight Men Out, Silkwood, Delores Claiborne, My Blueberry Nights, Fracture, Lincoln, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Whistleblower, The River Wild, The Spiderwicke Chronicles, Temple Grandin, The Blacklist, House, The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd, Miami Vice and including such stage works as The Heiress, Einstein and the Polar Bear, The Three Sisters and many others. Please consider this your ultimate source for all things David Strathairn. This site has an explicit NO CANDIDS policy.
“Walkaway Joe” Official Trailer and Praise for David

“Walkaway Joe” Official Trailer and Praise for David

The trailer has been released for David’s film WALKAWAY JOE. It co-stars The Walking Dead‘s Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Looks like it’s going to be good and that David is getting special mention, all good.

WALKAWAY JOE Trailer: Keep Your Eye on David Strathairn

David Strathairn instantly makes anything in which he appears more interesting, merely by his always dramatic presence.

His appears in Walkaway Joe, about halfway through a new trailer, and elevates what looks like a somewhat rudimentary father/son drama. Jeffrey Dean Morgan plays the father, and he’s certainly a combustible personality who can create dramatic sparks, while Julian Feder essays the glum, cheerless son. After they go their separate ways, though, things ignite when David Strathairn appears on the scene, instantly compelling my closer attention.

The official synopsis describes the film as “the story of an unlikely friendship between a young boy searching for his father in pool halls across the country, and a wandering loner hiding from his past. In each other they experience the power of a second chance, and a shot at redemption.”

So David Strathairn as a “wandering loner”? Yes, please.

Walkaway Joe is set for release on May 8, 2020, On Demand and Digital, as well as — hm, let me squint to read this — “theaters,” whatever those might be. While we build up anticipation, chalk up your pool cues and enjoy the trailer below.

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