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Name  Ezra Buzzington
Role  Character actor

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Residence  Los Angeles, California, United States
Movies and TV shows  Crossbones, The Hills Have Eyes, Fight Club, Mirrors, New Terminal Hotel
Similar People  Chad Ferrin, Tom Bower, Laura Ortiz, Michael Bailey Smith, Tim De Zarn

Occupation  Film, television actor

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Ezra Buzzington is an American character actor for film and TV.


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Film career

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With over 60 film credits (and dozens of television appearances), Ezra Buzzington has been referred to as "the Dennis Hopper of underground cinema". He's played characters ranging from "Weird Al the Waiter" in Ghost World to "Goggle" (a mutant) in The Hills Have Eyes and Tudley in the Crime thriller film The Chair. He also appeared in the Academy Award-winning Best Picture The Artist. He's worked with directors David Fincher (twice), Alexandre Aja (twice), Terry Zwigoff (twice), Rob Zombie (twice), David Slade (twice), Christopher Nolan, Paul Thomas Anderson, George Clooney, Clint Eastwood and the Farrelly Brothers (also twice). He was a series regular in the role of Oswald Eisengrim on NBC's Crossbones starring John Malkovitch as Blackbeard, recurred on NBC's Law & Order True Crime as DDA Elliot Alhadeff, recurred on ABC's The Middle as the hard of hearing co-worker of Neil Flynn's character and made several appearances on Justified for FX.

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He is the Founder of the Seattle Fringe Festival, Co-Founder of the New York International Fringe Festival with John Clancy and Aaron Beall and an advisor for the Hollywood Fringe Festival during its first 7 years.

Personal life


He lives in Los Angeles, California. He was born and raised in Muncie, Indiana.


  • Ghost World (2001)
  • Mohawk (2017)
  • "The Hills Have Eyes"(2006)
  • References

    Ezra Buzzington Wikipedia