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The Legend of Korra credits
- Character information: Tonraq
- 201. "Rebel Spirit"
- 202. "The Southern Lights"
- 203. "Civil Wars, Part 1"
- 204. "Civil Wars, Part 2"
- 211. "Night of a Thousand Stars"
- 212. "Harmonic Convergence"
- 303. "The Earth Queen"
- 304. "In Harm's Way"
- 310. "Long Live the Queen"
- 311. "The Ultimatum"
- 312. "Enter the Void"
- 313. "Venom of the Red Lotus"
- 401. "After All These Years"
- 402. "Korra Alone"
Selected other credits
- Battlestar Galactica
- Desperado: The Outlaw Wars (TV movie)
- Grey's Anatomy
- Hawaii Five-0
- Hill Street Blues
- Miami Vice
- Nash Bridges
- Sex and the City
- Strangers (TV Movie)
- Tales from the Crypt
- The Batman
- The Twilight Zone
- Total Security
- Django Unchained (2012)
- Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)
- Arena (2011; video)
- Ratatouille (2007)
- Guradian (2001)
- Hellraiser: Inferno (2000; video)
- Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997)
- Confessions of a Hitman (1994)
- Fatal Charm (1990; video)
- Drugtore Cowboy (1989)
- The Clan of the Cave Bear (1986)
- Windwalker (1981)
- On the Yard (1978)
- Batman: The Brave and the Bold - The Videogame (video game)
- Killzone 3 (video game)
- The Warriors (video game)
Life and career
Remar was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the son of Elizabeth Mary, a state mental health official, and S. Roy Remar, an attorney.
He has spent a good portion of his film career portraying antagonists. He first gained notoriety for playing the aggressively sexual and violent character Ajax in Walter Hill's 1979 cult classic film The Warriors and the murdering sociopath Albert Ganz in the 1982 hit 48 Hrs. In 1980, he starred in the film Windwalker as a youthful version of the eponymous character and later played real-life 1930s-era gangster Dutch Shultz in the 1984 film The Cotton Club.
Remar was originally cast as Corporal Hicks in the 1986 science-fiction/horror film Aliens but was replaced by Michael Biehn shortly after filming began due to "creative differences" with director James Cameron. In 1996, Remar played Quill, one of the primary antagonists in The Phantom, opposite Billy Zane, and he inherited the role of Lord Raiden from Christopher Lambert in the 1997 film Mortal Kombat: Annihilation.
Remar's television work includes roles in Miami Vice, Hill Street Blues, Sex and the City, Tales from the Crypt, Jericho, Third Watch, Battlestar Galactica, The X-Files, and The Grid. He starred as Tiny Bellows on the short-lived television series The Huntress and voiced Katar Hol/Hawkman in the animated series Justice League Unlimited. Remar co-starred in the popular Showtime series Dexter as Dexter Morgan's adoptive father, Harry Morgan, for which he received a Saturn Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. In 2010, he guest-starred as Giuseppe Salvatore in The Vampire Diaries and in Flash Forward as James Ermine. He voiced the villainous Vilgax in Ben 10: Alien Force and Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, replacing Steve Blum. He guest starred in Private Practice as Gibby, a physician who works with Doctors Without Borders, and has a recurring role in the FX series Wilfred as Henry Newman, the father of the protagonist.
- 2012: Won an Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films Lifetime Career Award
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