“Stick to your guns. Not always easy to be under fire but always easier than going against your own integrity," the former "Cheers" added.
Actor Frank Whaley accused Jon Voight of slapping him across the face on the set of Showtime’s “Ray Donovan” in a tweet Monday, providing a picture of the two men on set standing opposite each other during the alleged incident that appears to show Voight’s hand in the air.“F— Jon Voight. On Ray Donovan he slapped me across the face in the middle of a scene because he couldn’t keep up, then denied doing it,” Whaley tweeted. “He forgot about the still photographer who was on set. Bottom line: Jon Voight is a major dick. RNCConvention2020.”Reps for Voight, Whaley and Showtime did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment Tuesday.Whaley appeared in seven episodes of the Showtime crime drama during its first season in 2013, in which he played the character Van Miller.The tweet came during night one of the Republic National Convention, during which Voight, an outspoken Trump supporter, narrated a video in which he described the President as “a man who cares, a man who loves America and all Americans,” according to The Hill.Also Read: Colbert Compares Trump to Thanos in 'Avengers: Endgame' RNC Parody (Video)Whaley has also appeared in films like “Pulp Fiction,” “Broken Arrow,” and “Vacancy” as well as shows like “Luke Cage” and “Interrogation.”Voight has appeared in films like “Midnight Cowboy” and “Deliverance,” and played Mickey Donovan on “Ray Donovan” from 2013 to the series’ end in 2020.Fuck Jon Voight. On Ray Donovan he slapped me across the face in the middle of a scene because he couldn’t keep up, then denied doing it. He forgot about the still photographer who was on set. Bottom line: Jon Voight is a major dick. RNCConvention2020 pic.twitter.com/l7o2HQOxx9— Frank Whaley (@TheFrankWhaley) August 25, 2020Read original story ‘Ray Donovan’ Actor Frank Whaley Accuses Jon Voight of Slapping Him ‘Across the Face’ on Showtime Set At TheWrap
On Monday, the "Midnight Cowboy" actor posted a video he called, “A Message of Hope,” about Trump’s role in the coronavirus pandemic.
Jon Voight posted a video to his official Twitter account captioned, "This Nation Is Under God"
While we’re not yet sure what will go down at Sunday’s Academy Awards, it’s safe to predict that the Best Supporting Actress winner will not take the stage and declare herself “so in love” with her brother.
Angelina Jolie's father attended the world premiere of her new film "Maleficent" and praised President Trump.
The Republican actor also accused the "radical left" of expressing "hate," saying, "It's like a venom."
“My fellow Americans, too many are angered at the words of racism," Voight said. "This has been a big issue for the black community since the Civil War but this has been solved long ago by our forefathers for peace and love."
The actor and father of Angelina Jolie said Trump will "set the nation to be the greatest land of peace and love."
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump intends to appoint actor Jon Voight, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, and Broadway producer Daryl Roth to the board of trustees of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. The list of new appointees also includes American Financial Group co-CEO Carl Lindner III, TCW Group chairman Marc I. […]
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The vocal Trump supporter was describing an interaction he had with a fellow conservative when he got teary-eyed.
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“Deliverance” actor and conservative cheerleader Voight took the “Eagle Eye” actor and “Can’t Be Tamed” singer to task on Tuesday, accusing them of spreading treasonous sentiment among their fans. “They’re teaching going up against the government, not accepting the will of the people on this president,” Voight continued. On Friday, as Trump was sworn in as the new Leader of the Free World, LaBeouf launched a protest project, “He Will Not Divide Us,” directed at Trump.
Don’t sit Robert De Niro and Jon Voight together at any Hollywood event. The actors are in a heated war of words over Donald Trump and the 2016 election.
Jon Voight, who endorsed Donald Trump last spring, is defending the GOP nominee and lashing out at actor Robert De Niro for saying he’d like to punch Trump “in the face.”
Angelina Jolie’s father, Jon Voight, seems just as shocked as the rest of the world upon hearing that the actress filed for divorce from Brad Pitt after two years of marriage.
On the 2016 Emmys red carpet, some of the biggest names in television, from Jon Voight to Christian Slater, shared with us their favorite shows of all time, which shows they’re watching now, and which roles they would like to have played.
Warning: This interview contains spoilers for the “Rattus Rattus” Season 4 finale episode of 'Ray Donovan.'