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Bernie Coulson is a Actor Canadien born on 1 january 1965 at Vancouver (Canada)

Bernie Coulson

Bernie Coulson
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Birth name Bernard Coulson
Nationality Canada
Birth 1 january 1965 (59 years) at Vancouver (Canada)

Bernard "Bernie" Coulson (born 1965) is a Canadian actor best known for his roles as "The Thinker" on The X Files, as "Michael Reardon" on Intelligence, and as "Pipefitter", the drummer of a reuniting punk band, in the Canadian mockumentary Hard Core Logo.

Best films

The Accused (1988)

Usually with

Leslie Dixon
Leslie Dixon
(1 films)
Michael Kopsa
Michael Kopsa
(2 films)
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Filmography of Bernie Coulson (9 films)

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Crossing (2007)

Origin Canada
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Sebastian Spence, Bif Naked, Fred Ewanuick, Warren Christie, Bernie Coulson, Tara Lynn Wilson
Roles Matt
Rating39% 1.99281.99281.99281.99281.9928
A romantic thriller, Crossing follows the story of macho Danarama (Sebastian Spence), who makes a deathbed promise to his father to turn their family from petty gangsters to upright brokerage owners. The only thing standing in Daniel's way is his newly discovered desire to dress up like a girl. Embroiling himself in an intense romance with a blackmailing prostitute (Crystal Buble), Daniel must find a way through a maze of disgrace and pleasure to discover where his real loyalties lie.
Turbulence 3: Heavy Metal
Directed by Jorge Montesi
Genres Thriller, Action
Themes Transport films, Aviation films, Dans un avion, Disaster films, Films about aviation accidents or incidents
Actors Zak Santiago, Monika Schnarre, Gabrielle Anwar, Bernie Coulson, Mike Dopud, Rutger Hauer
Roles Shred
Rating36% 1.8135151.8135151.8135151.8135151.813515
The film opens in Los Angeles International Airport where fans and haters of heavy metal singer Slade Craven (John Mann) gather up. Craven will perform his farewell concert on a Boeing 747 operated TransCon Airlines flight 619, which will be flying from Los Angeles to Toronto, and the concert is scheduled to be broadcast over the internet. The FAA has received threats that they had better allow this concert to take place. Erica Black (Monika Schnarre) is a news anchor who is on the airplane with her cameraman Ethan (Ben Derrick), covering the concert. The fans board the plane and later Craven and his band get on while the crew checks everything. During the safety demonstration, the fans do not pay attention and they cheer saying Craven many times. There are several shots of people cheering, and also some close-ups as well. The faces of the stewardesses are shown and it is clear that they are frustrated. The fans are shown as well, and some have makeup on, and rock -n- roll hair styles.
Cabin by the Lake, 1h31
Directed by Po-Chih Leong, Po-Chih Leong
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Horror
Themes Films about writers, Serial killer films
Actors Judd Nelson, Hedy Burress, Daniella Evangelista, Michael Weatherly, Susan Gibney, Colleen Wheeler
Roles Duncan
Rating55% 2.7511952.7511952.7511952.7511952.751195
The film opens with Stanley (Judd Nelson) on his boat in the middle of Summit Lake. After speaking with his agent, Regan (Susan Gibney) over the phone, Stanley accesses a hidden room in his house revealing a young woman who is chained to the floor by her ankle. He greets the woman and calls her Kimberly (Daniella Evangelista) as he places a plate of food in front of her. When he leaves the room, Kimberly walks over to the mirror and begins to cry, unaware that Stanley is studying her on the other side. Afterwards, Stanley brings her a fresh change of clothes and instructs her to dress, before gagging her with an orange and binding her hands behind her back. He forcibly escorts her onto his boat and drives out to the middle of Summit Lake, where he ties a cement block around her ankles. Curious about her predicament, he asks Kimberly how she feels, but the terrified woman does not respond. Stanley then pushes her into the lake, but promptly pulls her back up by the hair to study her expression before letting her sink to the bottom. Later, Stanley returns home to resume working on his script using the details he had gleaned from his latest victim. The next morning, he dives to the bottom of Summit Lake to tend his "garden", which consists of several women kidnapped and drowned in a similar fashion.
Hard Core Logo, 1h32
Directed by Bruce McDonald
Origin Canada
Genres Drama, Comedy, Documentary, Musical
Themes Films about music and musicians, Musical films
Actors Hugh Dillon, Callum Keith Rennie, John Pyper-Ferguson, Bernie Coulson, Molly Parker, Julian Richings
Roles Pipefitter
Rating71% 3.594743.594743.594743.594743.59474
The movie is about a documentary team that follows the reunion of Hard Core Logo. Joe Dick gets the band back together ostensibly for an anti-gun benefit after hearing Canadian punk rock legend Bucky Haight, and personal mentor, is shot. They begin the tour in Vancouver and travel to Edmonton, via Winnipeg. On the way the band's dark secrets are revealed. John Oxenberger loses his schizophrenia medication and slowly loses his sanity. Billy Tallent finds out that by going on tour he loses his position in mainstream rock band Jenifur and with that his one shot at stardom. The band stops by Bucky Haight's reclusive estate only to find he was never shot and that Joe Dick fabricated the lie in order to get the band together. The band and documentary crew drop acid and experience hallucinations. Bucky admonishes Joe Dick for using him to get the band together. At Edmonton, Billy Tallent finds out he has another opportunity to permanently join Jenifur. Joe Dick finds out from the film crew and later attacks Billy on stage. Joe Dick destroys Billy Tallent's Fender Stratocaster, which was a gift from Bucky Haight, and the band parts ways. In the final scene Joe Dick drinks with the documentary crew members and shoots himself.
Eddie and the Cruisers II: Eddie Lives!, 1h44
Directed by Jean-Claude Lord
Genres Drama, Thriller, Musical, Romance
Themes Films about music and musicians, Musical films
Actors Michael Paré, Bernie Coulson, Michael Antunes, Marina Orsini, Matthew Laurance, Harvey Atkin
Roles Rick Diesel
Rating62% 3.101273.101273.101273.101273.10127
Satin Records, which twenty years prior had rejected rock and roll band Eddie and the Cruisers last album A Season in Hell, launches an "Eddie Lives!" campaign to make more money from his image in a publicity stunt, despite them not believing he is alive. The record label re-releases the band's first album, which becomes an even bigger hit than it had on its first release. As seen in the first film, the "lost recordings" from Season in Hell are released and become yet another hit album. In fact, Eddie Wilson is living, and he had simply slipped away following the car crash in which he was believed killed. By that stage in his life, he simply wanted to leave music behind him. The newly generated constant spotlight surrounding his supposed death angers the reclusive rocker, by now living in Canada as a construction worker under the name Joe West.
Loverboy (1989)
, 1h38
Directed by Joan Micklin Silver
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Films about prostitution
Actors Patrick Dempsey, Kate Jackson, Kirstie Alley, Carrie Fisher, Robert Ginty, Nancy Valen
Roles Sal
Rating60% 3.000893.000893.000893.000893.00089
Randy Bodek (Dempsey) is a rebellious college slacker, living with his girlfriend Jenny (Nancy Valen). His father, furious over Randy's lack of direction or work ethic, forces Randy to come back home and get a job. Randy eventually finds work as a pizza delivery boy at Señor Pizza, but his pitiful earnings will not allow him to fund college on his own and he despairs of being able to return to Jenny next semester. In his capacity as delivery boy, he soon makes the acquaintance of a middle-aged, wealthy Italian woman, Alex Barnett (Barbara Carrera), who pampers and seduces him. She and Randy enjoy a quiet, brief, passionate affair. During the affair, Randy's increasingly stylish appearance, unusually chipper demeanor and gifts being delivered by Randy's handsome Italian co-worker, Tony (signed "Love, Alex"), inspire Randy's father to believe his son is gay.
The Accused, 1h51
Directed by Jonathan Kaplan
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime
Themes Feminist films, Films about sexuality, Rape in fiction, Political films
Actors Kelly McGillis, Jodie Foster, Leo Rossi, Bernie Coulson, Carmen Argenziano, Ann Hearn
Roles Kenneth Joyce
Rating70% 3.5492853.5492853.5492853.5492853.549285
One night at a bar, a working-class woman, Sarah Tobias (Foster), is gang raped by several drunk bar patrons, while drunken onlookers cheer them on. The assistant district attorney, Kathryn Murphy (McGillis), who is assigned to the rape case wants to drop the case. After a heated argument, she is admonished by her superior to enter a plea bargain with the rapists requiring some jail time. Sarah is enraged by the deal, mostly because she did not get to tell her story in court.
Bullies (1986)
, 1h36
Directed by Paul Lynch
Origin Canada
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Horror
Actors Jonathan Crombie, Janet-Laine Green, Olivia D'Abo, Stephen Hunter, Bernie Coulson, Dehl Berti
Roles Jimmy Cullen
Rating53% 2.6558352.6558352.6558352.6558352.655835
The peaceful Morris family moves to a small town and buy the town grocery store, only to run into the Cullens, a family that's been bullying the townspeople for years, and they begin to torment the Norris every chance they get. Matt Norris (Jonathan Crombie) begins seeing a girl named Becky (Olivia d'Abo), whose last name is unfortunately Cullen. In this Romeo and Juliet-esque relationship, Matt and Becky have to keep their relationship a secret, but when the feuding families find out, harassment is elevated to vicious assault.