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Willem Dafoe Birthday Special: From Spider-Man to Aquaman, 11 Memorable Movie Quotes of the Hollywood Star You Need to Check Out!

Willem Dafoe Birthday Special: From Spider-Man to Aquaman, 11 Memorable Movie Quotes of the Hollywood Star You Need to Check Out!

Willem Dafoe has the perfect face to play a maniac, and he damn sure as well has utilised it to its full extent. Willem Dafoe has nabbed many great and iconic roles and still remains one of the best actors working today in Hollywood. From bringing us his maniacal portrayal of the iconic Green Goblin  in Spider-Man to making us all laugh with his narcissistic portrayal of Carson Clay in Mr Bean’s Holiday, the man can do it all. Willem Dafoe Birthday: The Lighthouse, At Eternity’s Gate – 5 Films Of the American Actor That Are Must-Watch.

Willem Dafoe throughout his career has had so many iconic lines. His acting compliments his characters so well that you can’t distinguish whether it is real or reel. So to celebrate his 65th birthday, we are taking a look at 11 of his best movie quotes.

At Eternity’s Gate

Willem Dafoe Movie Quote (Photo Credit: The Madison Leader Gazette)

Mississippi Burning

Willem Dafoe Movie Quote (Photo Credit: The Madison Leader Gazette)

The Lighthouse

Willem Dafoe Movie Quote (Photo Credit: The Madison Leader Gazette)

Aquaman

Willem Dafoe Movie Quote (Photo Credit: The Madison Leader Gazette)

xXx – State Of The Union

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Willem Dafoe Movie Quote (Photo Credit: The Madison Leader Gazette)

The Fault In Our Stars

Willem Dafoe Movie Quote (Photo Credit: The Madison Leader Gazette)

Wild At Heart

Willem Dafoe Movie Quote (Photo Credit: The Madison Leader Gazette)

Spider-Man

Willem Dafoe Movie Quote (Photo Credit: The Madison Leader Gazette)

Basquiat

Willem Dafoe Movie Quote (Photo Credit: The Madison Leader Gazette)

The Loveless

Willem Dafoe Movie Quote (Photo Credit: The Madison Leader Gazette)

The Walker

Willem Dafoe Movie Quote (Photo Credit: The Madison Leader Gazette)

Willem Dafoe will be seen next in Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch, Paul Schrader’s The Card Counter, Guillermo del Toro’s Nightmare Alley all releasing in 2021, and in  Robert Eggers’ The Northman coming out in 2022.

(The above story first appeared on The Madison Leader Gazette on Jul 22, 2021 09:41 AM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website wmleader.com).

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Mary Dehart

Mary works as a part time technician for a popular technology firm and in her spare time, she contributes to the technology section of The Madison Leader Gazette with her impeccable knowledge of modern-day technology.

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