Director Lynch will be familiar to movie fans for his acting roles - he played Arthur Leigh Allen in Zodiac, Norm Gunderson in Fargo, Twisty the Clown in American Horror Story, and a whole host of other classics.
His most recent film, "Lucky", about an atheist who comes to terms with his own mortality, is set for release on September 29. (Nicholson moved in after sharing a place with screenwriter Robert Towne.) They first appeared together in Monte Hellman's Ride in the Whirlwind (1966), which Nicholson also wrote, and Stanton always said he learned about "acting natural" from that experience.
This year's festival is slated for later this month and will show "Lucky", where Stanton plays the titular role alongside Lynch.
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Stanton played a convict and sang in Cool Hand Luke, coaching Paul Newman's character on the song "Plastic Jesus".
Jack Nicholson was responsible for helping Stanton make a name as one of the late 20th century's best character actors. Regardless, by all accounts the film feels like a cap to Stanton's career.
During World War II he served in the navy as a cook.
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Wiry and sad, Stanton's near-wordless performance is laced with moments of humor and poignancy.
The late faultfinder Roger Ebert once said no motion picture can be through and through very bad in the event that it incorporates Stanton in a supporting part, and the wide clique of fans that included chiefs and his kindred on-screen characters felt the same.
He returned as Rodd in the recent "Twin Peaks: The Return". "I thought if I could be an actor, I could do all of it", the Twin Peaks actor said during one of his interviews for the documentary, Harry Dean Stanton: Crossing Mulholland. He performed at the funeral of another famous friend, writer Hunter S. Thompson. With leading roles in the 1980s films Repo Man and Paris, Texas, he became something of a star and a cult favorite.
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Playing a man who has been missing for four years and is now reconnecting with family and loved ones, he showed the magnitude of his talent. It was just the beginning of a run in the 1980s when Stanton would take more prominent roles in some staple films of the 1980s. Many actors would have overplayed the role or reduced it to simple basics, but Stanton made the most of his supporting position in the film. He was also part of mainstream Hollywood films, such as Pretty In Pink, Cool Hand Luke, Alpha Dog and Red Dawn. You feel this character has lived a lifetime.