Yet another familiar face and voice, but a name not well known, even by his own admission. M. Emmet Walsh (b. 1935) has been acting on TV and in movies since 1969 and has 199 roles on IMDb.
His early films include small parts in Midnight Cowboy and Alice's Restaurant in 1969, and Little Big Man in 1970. He had a bigger part in What's Up Doc in 1972 as the arresting officer in the hilarious courtroom scene, and appears in Serpico in 1973.
Almost every year he had a part in some good movie. Slap Shot (1977), The Jerk (1979), Brubaker (1980), Reds (1981), Blade Runner (1982), Silkwood (1983), and so on.
He has a good role in Raising Arizona (1987) as the machine shop worker, and I just saw him in A Time to Kill (1996) as a disgraced psychologist for the defense. But wait, there's more!
My Best Friend's Wedding (1997), Wild Wild West (1999), Christmas with the Kranks (2004). Plus, he is popular on TV in quite a few series' including "Home Improvement." He had a recurring role on "The Sandy Duncan Show" in 1972 which only lasted one season, and again in 1989 in "Unsub" which only lasted eight episodes. The rest of his television experience is one and two episode stints.
The films I listed for M. Emmet Walsh are movies that can be watched more than once. Watch for him!