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Birthdate :April 12, 1936
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Charles Napier Timeline
1961Earned a bachelor's degree in art from Western Kentucky University in 1961.
1966Was in two "Star Trek" series as diametrically-opposed characters: the "Star Trek" (1966) episode, "Star Trek: The Way to Eden (#3.20)" (1969), as the paradise-seeking hippie "Adam", and in the "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" (1993) episode, "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Little Green Men (#4.7)" (1995), as the no-nonsense "Gen. Denning" at Area 51 who interrogates the Ferengi Quark, Rom and Nog.
1970Worked as an "on the road" correspondent for the trucker magazine "Overdrive" in the early 1970s.
1970Appeared in four Russ Meyer movies: Cherry, Harry & Raquel! (1970) (in which he went full frontal), Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970) and The Seven Minutes (1971) (both of which he kept his clothes on), and Supervixens (1975) (in which he used a humongous rubber phallus or dildo as a "stand-in").
1970Napier starred in one of the first widely shown films to contain full frontal male nudity: Cherry, Harry & Raquel! (1970). It was such an event that "Variety", the Bible of Hollywood trade papers, contacted Napier's mother to find out her reaction to her son appearing in what was known in the exploitation industry as a "pickle shot."
1975His role in Walter Hill's Hard Times (1975) was cut from the final print.
1978Provided the growls for TV's "The Incredible Hulk" (1978).
1978Provided the voice of the Hulk for the last two seasons of "The Incredible Hulk" (1978). Decades later, the Hulk's alter ego of Bruce Banner would be played by Edward Norton. Napier also appeared in The Silence of the Lambs (1991), which was followed by a prequel, Red Dragon (2002), also starring Norton.
1980Although not a professional country-western singer, he portrayed a fictional one - Tucker McElroy of the Good Ol' Boys - in the movie The Blues Brothers (1980). Moreover, he was once asked in real life for "McElroy's" autograph...and gave it.
1991His father Linus Pitts Napier died in 1991 at the age of 102.
1993Was considered for the role of Sheriff Ed Landis in Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993).
1997On "Men in Black: The Series" (1997), Napier provided the voice of "Zed", a role originally played in the live-action films by Rip Torn, who co-starred with Napier in the 1989 low-budget action flick, Hit List (1989).
2003Appeared on "Dr. Phil" (2003) with his wife to discuss his obsession with being famous.