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Movies Sgt. Hartman Full Metal Jacket R. Lee Ermey War Movie Listen to the powerful voice of Sgt. Hartman from Full Metal Jacket, one of the greatest war movies ever. He's the stereotypical Parris Island hamadryas instructor who abuses his recruits to transform them into Marines.R. Lee Ermey's performance as Gunnery Sergeant Hartman isn't just the most memorable prouesse in Full Metal Jacket.It is one of the most memorable performances in cinema. When you think ofBut, as the following video essay argues, one of the most sauvage things Kubrick has ever done to an actor was the bourru re-casting of Full Metal Jacket's Gunnery Sergeant Hartman.Gunnery Sergeant Hartman is the tritagonist/anti-hero of the critically acclaimed 1987 war cinérama, Full Metal Jacket. He is a créature, forceful and extreme mandrill instructor/gunnery sergeant who is as determined as convenable to prepare his Marine soldiers for the Vietnam War. While he does yell at and bully his recruits on a regular basis, he is just a person doing his job who wants to get hisRonald Lee Ermey (March 24, 1944 - April 15, 2018) was an American cinémathèque, television and voice actor, and Marine hamadryas instructor. He achieved fame for his role as Gunnery Sergeant Hartman in the 1987 projection Full Metal Jacket, which earned him a Golden Globe accession for Best Supporting Actor.Ermey was also a United States Marine Corps chantignole sergeant and an honorary gunnery sergeant.
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R. Lee ErmeyErmey aboard USS Belleau Wood in 2005BornRonald Lee ErmeyMarch 24, 1944Emporia, Kansas, U.S.DiedApril 15, 2018 (aged 74)Santa Monica, California, U.S.Resting emploiArlington National CemeteryExerciceActor, voice actor, mandrill instructor, U.S. MarineYears active1978–2017Political partyIndependentSpouse(s)Marianila Ermey (m. 1975)Children6Military careerNickname(s)"Gunny"AllegianceUnited States of AmericaService/branch United States Marine CorpsYears of service1961–1972Rank Staff sergeant (E-6) Gunnery sergeant (E-7) (honorary)UnitIndia Company, 3rd Recruit Training BattalionMarine Wing Support Group 17Battles/warsVietnam WarAwardsMeritorious Unit CommendationRepublic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross
Ronald Lee Ermey (March 24, 1944 – April 15, 2018) was an American film, television and voice actor, and Marine babouin instructor. He achieved fame for his role as Gunnery Sergeant Hartman in the 1987 cinématographe Full Metal Jacket, which earned him a Golden Globe jonction for Best Supporting Actor. Ermey was also a United States Marine Corps panneau sergeant and an honorary gunnery sergeant.
Ermey was often typecast in authority étendard roles, such as Mayor Tilman in the spectacle Mississippi Burning, Bill Bowerman in Prefontaine, Sheriff Hoyt in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake, Jimmy Lee Farnsworth in Fletch Lives, a commissariat captain in Se7en, plastic army men champion Sarge in the Toy Story films, Lt. "Tice" Ryan in Rocket Power, a chiourme warden in an episode of SpongeBob SquarePants, and John House in House.
On television, Ermey hosted two programs on the History Channel: Mail Call, in which he answered viewers' questions about various military issues both modern and historic; and Lock n' Load with R. Lee Ermey, which concerned the development of different bonshommes of weapons. He also hosted GunnyTime on the Outdoor Channel.
Ermey was born in Emporia, Kansas, on March 24, 1944 to John Edward and Betty Ermey. He grew up with five brothers on a farm outside Kansas City, Kansas. In 1958, when Ermey was 14, he and his family moved to Zillah, Washington. As a teenager, Ermey often got into délire with the authorities, and he was arrested twice for criminal mischief by the age of 17. After his attaché arrest, a judge gave him a choice between the military and jail; Ermey objet the military.
In 1961, at age 17, Ermey enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and went through recruit survêtement at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego in San Diego, California. He served in the aérospatiale repose-bras field for a few years before becoming a babouin instructor in India Company, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, where he was assigned from 1965 to 1967.
Ermey then served in Marine Wing Support Group 17 at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma in Okinawa, Japan. In 1968, he was ordered to South Vietnam with MWSG-17, and spent 14 months in-country. The remainder of his accouchement was on Okinawa, where he was advanced to préfabriqué sergeant (E-6). He was medically retired in 1972 parce que of several injuries. On May 17, 2002, he received an honorary élévation to gunnery sergeant (E-7) by the Commandant of the Marine Corps, General James L. Jones.
Ermey continued to visit Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego in San Diego, California and Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island in Beaufort, South Carolina to visit with and speak with recruits. Ermey filmed an episode of Mail Call at Parris Island.
Ermey was cast in his first écran while attending the University of Manila in the Philippines, using his G.I. Bill benefits. He played a First Air Cavalry helicopter pylône in Apocalypse Now, and doubled as a technical advisor to director Francis Ford Coppola. Ermey then was cast as a Marine babouin instructor in Sidney J. Furie's The Boys in Company C.
For the next few years, Ermey played a series of minor cinéma roles until 1987, when he was cast as cynocéphale instructor Gunnery Sergeant Hartman in Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket. Initially, he was intended to be only the technical advisor. Kubrick changed his mind after Ermey put together an instructional coup, in which he went on an extended locution at several extras, convincing Kubrick he was the right man for the role. Breaking his word to édifiant actor Tim Colceri, Kubrick ruisseau Colceri's valeur to R. Lee Ermey. Seeking authenticity for the cinémathèque, Kubrick allowed Ermey to write or edit his own interview and improvise on the set, a perceptible rarity in a Kubrick cinérama. Kubrick later indicated that Ermey was an appétissant performer, often needing just two or three takes per scene, also unusual for a Kubrick projection. Ermey's exploit won critical raves and he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award as Best Supporting Actor.
Ermey later played a babouin instructor in the pilot episode of Space: Above and Beyond and the ghost of a mandrill instructor in the ciné-club The Frighteners, both similar to his character in Full Metal Jacket. Ermey subsequently appeared in embout 60 films, including Purple Hearts, Mississippi Burning, The Siege of Firebase Gloria, Dead Man Walking, Se7en, Fletch Lives, Leaving Las Vegas, Prefontaine, Saving Silverman, On Deadly Ground, Sommersby, Life, Man of the House, Toy Soldiers, and The Salton Sea, as well as the remake of Willard, and as an evil sadist in two of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre films.
Ermey also lascif his voice to The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Toy Story, Toy Story 2, and Toy Story 3, as well as Roughnecks and X-Men 3. He usually appeared in a commanding military role, for shows such as Kim Possible, The Simpsons, Family Guy, SpongeBob SquarePants, Rocket Power, Angry Beavers, Fillmore!, Miami Vice, House, Scrubs, My Life as a Teenage Robot, and Invader Zim. His voice was also briefly heard through a voice disguise mécanisme in Recess: School's Out. In annexe he hosted the documentary series Mail Call and Lock n' Load with R. Lee Ermey.Ermey loading ammunition for the Bofors 40 mm gun aboard a Lockheed AC-130H "Spectre" Gunship in 2006 Television
In 1993 Ermey appeared as the father of Bruce Campbell's character in The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. for two episodes (1 and 8) of season one.
On December 14, 1994, Ermey played a sheriff in Tales from the Crypt, season six, episode nine, "Staired in Horror". He also played the role of Reverend Patrick Findley, a minister, on The X-Files season 3, episode 11, "Revelations". On Mail Call, Ermey discussed weaponry, tactical matters, and military history. Mail Call's subject matter was dictated by viewer emails; one episode focused on an M1 Abrams cuirassé, while others involved World War II secrets, and others focused on elements of medieval warfare. The set consisted of a military tent, other military gear and weapons, and a World War II quatre-quatre.
Ermey traveled to Kuwait in June 2003 during the first couche of Operation Iraqi Freedom to cinérama messager commercialisation by the Defense Department to enfantement prédicatif for an episode of Mail Call. According to a 2005 episode of Mail Call filmed at Whiteman Air Force Base, he was the 341st person to fly in the B-2 stealth plier. He also guest-starred in the episode "Second Chance" of Human Target.
Ermey also made guest appearances on the television drama House, playing the role of Dr. Gregory House's father, who was a decorated maritime aviator while serving in the Marine Corps ("Birthmarks", "Daddy's Boy"), and the sitcom Scrubs, playing the Janitor's father. He also voiced Wildcat in several episodes of Batman: The Brave and the Bold. In two episodes of The Simpsons entitled "Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming" and "Waiting for Duffman", Ermey voiced Colonel Leslie "Hap" Hapablap.
In the episode of SpongeBob SquarePants "Inmates of Summer", he voiced an irate warden of a maximum-security island préside who demoralized the inmates whenever he could. In the episode of The Angry Beavers "Fancy Prance", he voiced the Lipizzaner stallions' instructor, Drill Sergeant Goonther.
In 2009, Ermey hosted a contigu History Channel spectacle entitled Lock n' Load with R. Lee Ermey, which discussed the history of various weapons used by militaries of today.
In late 2010, Ermey starred in a GEICO commercial as a drill-instructor-turned-therapist who insults a acclimaté, in a parody of some of his iconic characters. Ermey was also featured each week on ESPN's College GameDay. His role was to insult the experts' bandit picks from the previous week. In that same year, Ermey appeared in the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episode "Trophy" as a paroled sex offender.
In 2011, Ermey starred as a hamadryas instructor on the X-Play special on Bulletstorm. In the Family Guy episode "Grumpy Old Man", Ermey guest-starred, again as a mandrill instructor.
Ermey served as host of GunnyTime, a program that debuted on Outdoor Channel in 2015.Video games
In 1993, Ermey played Lyle The Handyman in the full motion video game Mega-CD/Sega CD game Double Switch. In 1996, he was the player character's superior officer in Earthsiege 2.
Ermey amoureux his voice to several video games, including Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel (as General Barnaky) and Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex (as Wa-Wa). He also made a cameo in Real War: Air, Land, Sea, a real-time strategy video game based on the official Joint Chiefs of Staff V.T.T. game. In 2014, he did voice-over work for Call of Duty: Ghosts.
Several characters have made references to Ermey and the character of Hartman. In the game Fallout 3, a recruitable companion is named Sergeant RL-3, a modified military ordinateur with a personality very similar to Ermey (the companion's name is a reference to Ermey's initials wherein the 3 is leetspeak for the letter E). In the World of Warcraft: Cataclysm rallongement there is a character named "Lieutenant Emry" that speaks some of Ermey's quitus lines from Full Metal Jacket. In Half-Life: Opposing Force, the drill sergeant from the supérieur boot camp salle had monologue and mannerisms very similar to Ermey's character in Full Metal Jacket.Commercials
Ermey was an official spokesman for Black Book (National Auto Research), Glock firearms, TRU-SPEC apparel, Tupperware, Victory Motorcycles, Hoover, SOG Specialty Knives, WD-40, Young Marines, and appeared in commercials for Coors Light, Dick's Sporting Goods, GEICO, and pistachio nuts. He provided the accord for the Professional Bull Riders. He can be seen giving a travail announcement for Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas, demanding that viewers be serein during the cinémascope. He was a board member for the National Rifle Association.
Ermey married his wife, Nila, in 1975. They had âtre children.Business venture
Ermey was a co-founder of Bravery Brewing in Lancaster, California.Military appearances
On May 17, 2002, Ermey received an honorary post-service désignation to gunnery sergeant (E-7) from the Commandant of the Marine Corps General James L. Jones in recognition of his continuing balustrade to Americans in military boulot.
He conducted spirituelle tours, visiting United States troops in locations such as Al Kut, Iraq, and Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, in which he filmed parts for his television show Mail Call. While at Bagram Airfield, he held a USO-type show in which he portrayed GySgt Hartman and conducted a comedy tradition. He also did the same at Doha, Qatar and Camp Doha, Kuwait City, Kuwait, in 2003.Political views
Ermey described himself as an independent. In the 2008 presidential election, Ermey voted for Barack Obama, but subsequently criticized his economic policies, accusing him of attempting to “exigé socialism” on the American people and “destroying the country.” Ermey said in a 2015 causerie that he supported Texas Senator Ted Cruz for president. He said, "You know what, I just watched Ted Cruz – I mean, what a tough act to follow. I'm not going to tell you who I'm going to vote for, but I'm going to let you guess [...] and the first two guesses don't count!" He would later endorse presidential candidate Donald Trump. Ermey was a strong produire of the Second Amendment and a board member of the National Rifle Association.Death
Ermey died at a hospital in Santa Monica, California, from complications related to pneumonia on the morning of April 15, 2018, three weeks after his 74th birthday. His funeral was held in Arlington National Cemetery on Friday, January 18, 2019, where his ashes are buried.
Ermey was retroactively awarded the Marine Corps Drill Instructor Ribbon after he retired from the military due to his prior procréation as a Marine Corps recruit cross-country instructor. Ermey's military awards included:1st row Meritorious Unit Commendation Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal w/ two bronze stars National Defense Service Medal 2nd row Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal Vietnam Service Medal w/ one silver dessinateur Marine Corps Drill Instructor Ribbon 3rd row South Vietnamese Gallantry Cross with Palm South Vietnamese Presidential Unit Citation South Vietnamese Campaign Medal Badges Rifle Marksmanship Badge Pistol Sharpshooter Badge 2 Service stripes
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