Jonathan Tucker continues to spread himself among series and films, with the former taking up the vast majority of his career. Tucker has had recurring characters in “Westworld”, “Snowfall”, “City On a Hill”, and “Monsterland”, to name a few. When not filming, Tucker spends his time being a devoted husband to wife Tara Ahamed and father to two children.
In addition to this, Tucker runs Pegasus Fund, a non-profit that the actor founded in the mid-2000s. The fund sources donations to help underprivileged youth with educational ambitions and aspirations.
John Forsythe Now
After a long, illustrious career in the film and television industry, actor John Forsythe succumbed to a battle with pneumonia in 2010.
Forsythe’s presence would forever revolutionize the world of television as he brought to life some of the most memorable characters in "Dynasty" and "Charlie’s Angels." The actor left behind a trove of films and acting work. Passionate about horses, he was renowned for his involvement in the world of horseracing.
Jonathan Tucker Then
American actor Jonathan Tucker landed the role of stone-cold and Angel-hating killer Hodak in the 2019 film Charlie’s Angels. The actor, who usually plays the part of the good guy, dug deep to bring the callous assassin to life.
The character of Hodak drew inspiration from Crispin Glover’s iconic Thin Man villain, in particular by being mute and highly audacious in their violence. At the time of being chosen for "Charlie’s Angels", Tucker had already accumulated a notable presence on both the big and small screen.
Sam Claflin Then
The poster boy for "Charlie’s Angels" villains was Alexander Brok, played by English actor Sam Claflin in the 2019 reboot alongside Kristen Stewart and Elizabeth Banks. The actor brought a sociopathic edge to the character and made the world of "Charlie’s Angels" a little darker than usual.
As the CEO of Brok industries, the character would do whatever it took to achieve his goals and forges a pact with an unlikely ally. At the time of being cast, Claflin had already gained worldwide fame by playing Finnick Odair in the trinity of "Hunger Games" movies.
Sam Claflin Now
Sam Claflin truly challenged his acting limits when he took on the role of a quadriplegic man in the romantic drama "Me Before You." The British bad boy then took on a notorious role in the megahit BBC series "Peaky Blinders", playing the part of a fanatically fascist politician.
Claflin fell victim to the Angels' divorce roster and announced the annulment of his and his wife’s, Laura Haddock, marriage. The two have two children together. Claflin was last seen in the amorous clutches of model Cassie Amato.