The Pulp Fiction Stars Then And Now

One of the top movies in the 1990s

Steve Buscemi As Buddy Holly

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Buscemi only had a small part, a single scene in the movie as the Buddy Holly costumed waiter. Two years later, he played his iconic role in Fargo, but his long list of notable credits are impressive. He appeared in The Big Lebowski, Mr. Deeds, and Big Fish.

The actor also had TV roles in The Sopranos and Boardwalk Empire.

Angela Jones As Esmerelda Villalobos

Jones played the cab driver who picked up Willis’ Butch Coolidge after his boxing match. Jones has appeared in dark shorts and indie films since the film’s release. She played a hooker in Man on the Moon in 1999.

That same year, she appeared in an episode of the infamous sitcom Shasta McNasty.

Pete Greene As Zed

Greene played the sadistic cop with the memorable line “Zed’s dead, baby, Zed’s dead.” He made headlines in 2007 when he was arrested after being in a drug sting.

One year later, he appeared in the first scene of the first episode of Justified as a gangster who gets shot in a restaurant.

Frank Whaley As Brett

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Whaley’s only scene in the beginning of the film ends with his death. Since appearing in Born on the Fourth of July and JFK, Whaley has since directed four independent films — Joe the King, The Jimmy Show, New York City Serenade and Like Sunday, Like Rain.

He was most recently cast on Netflix’s Luke Cage.

Phil LaMar As Marvin

LaMar played Marvin, a friend of Brett’s. Interestingly enough, the actor was a featured cast member on Mad Tv.

He’s had a very long run of being a voice actor too. He lent his voice for Futurama and The Weekenders. Today, you can still find him doing voice work for Craig of the Creek.

Kathy Griffin And Her Cameo

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Griffin did in fact appear in the movie. However, much like Buscemi, her’s was only a cameo. She would play a witness to Butch’s hit-and-run of Marsellus Wallace. The comedian would go on to make appearances on Seinfeld and Mad About You.

She would later appear in The Muppets and Shrek Forever After.

Bronagh Gallagher As Trudi

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Gallagher played Jody’s friend who smokes marijuana in the scene when Vincent puts a needle in Mia. The Irish singer followed up with small roles in Star Wars Episode One: The Phantom Menace, Last Chance Harvey, Sherlock Holmes, and Gamblers.

At one point, she was the backing singer of a local Irish group called The Listener.

Maria de Medeiros As Fabienne

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The Portuguese actress played Willis’ girlfriend. Prior to the movie, de Medeiros played Anais Nin in Philip Kaufman’s 1990 Henry Miller biopic Henry & June. She co-starred in Guy Maddin’s The Saddest Music in the World back in 2004.

Her more recent roles include such films as The Forbidden Room.

Amanda Plummer As Honey Bunny/Yolanda

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The actress was Honey Bunny who was in the breakfast diner at the beginning of the movie. Before her role, Plummer won a Tony Award in 1982 in Agnes of God.

Since then, she played Wiress, a former “tribute” who won the Hunger Games in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.

Roseanna Arquette As Jody

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Despite not having much screen time, Arquette was the center of one of the film’s most iconic moments. She played Allison DuBois on the drama series Medium. Other than that, her performance in the coming-of-age drama Boyhood received critical acclaim.

She would win an Academy Award, Golden Globe Award, and a Screen Actors Guild award.

Christopher Walken As Captain Koons

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Walken only had a few minutes of screen time in the movie. The actor has become a popular guest-host on Saturday Night Live, and his “More Cowbell” sketch continues to live on to this day.

Walkens would go on to appear in many movies such as Hairspray, The Jungle Book, and Irreplaceable. His movies have grossed over $1 billion in the United States.

Harvey Keitel As The Wolf

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The Wolf is initially the most memorable characters in the film. Keitel’s role was inspired by his other role as Victor “The Cleaner” in Point of No Return. From there on, he would go on to appear in two more of Tarantino’s movies.

He played Mr. White in Reservoir Dogs, and an Allied Commanding Officer in Inglorious Basterds.

Quentin Tarantino As Jimmy

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He’s appeared in Jackie Brown as an uncredited voice. After ditching the role of Lance for Jimmy, the director initially offered it to Steve Buscemi.

But, as we all know, Tarantino went on to direct more great movies and created such iconic pieces such as Inglorious Basterds, The Hateful Eight, and Django Unchained.

Eric Stoltz As Lance

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Tarantino denied rumors that Kurt Cobain was up for this role. Stoltz would have a successful career following the cult classic film. Before all of that, he was picked to play Marty McFly before being replaced for Michael J. Fox.

Outside of that, Stoltz appeared in the CBS sitcom Madam Secretary.

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