Michael Søren Madsen (born September 25, 1957) is an American actor, poet, and photographer. He has starred in central roles in such films as "Reservoir Dogs", Free Willy, Donnie Brasco and Kill Bill, in addition to a supporting role in Sin City.
Madsen was born in Chicago, Illinois, the son of Elaine (née Melson), an Emmy-winning poet, television producer and playwright who often works for PBS, and Calvin Madsen, a firefighter. Madsen's...
Mr. Blonde agrees with Officer Nash that torture is a good idea.
Eddie, Joe and Vic talk about his parole officer.
Mr. Blonde pulls a straight razor from his boot and turns on the radio.
Mr. Blonde makes fun of Nice Guy Eddie by imitating his father, Joe Cabot.
If Officer Nash thought he was going to get a quick death, Mr. Blonde crushes...
Everybody's riding Pink for being cheap.
Mr. Blonde argues with Officer Nash about whether or not he has a boss.
Blonde starts carving up the Cop.
White not comfortable about following Blonde outside.
Joe and Eddie invite Vic to do the diamond heist.
Blonde stands for a minute with the Cops cut off ear in his hand. Then turns ...
Mr. Blonde doesn't care what kind of information Officer Nash has, he's going...
Mr. Blonde talks into Officer Marvin's severed ear.
Blonde and White almost have a shootout. Blonde enjoyed it.
Mr. Blonde threatens to slap Nice Guy Eddie in a way not unlike a female dog.
Virgil hands Doc the rifle since Doc is the only one of the four wearing a lo...
Blonde asks Pink why White is so upset with him.
Mr. Blonde shows no sympathy for the violent shootout after the tripped alarm.
Mr. Blonde explains his interests and pastimes to the tied-up Officer Nash.
As Wyatt pretends to be shooting Rebs in the dark with his nightshirt on, Vir...
Marvin is left alone with Blonde while the other guys go to dump the cars.
Nice Guy Eddie instructs Mr. Blonde to stay at the safe house and babysit Mr....
Mr. Pink swats down another question about tipping.
In the morning, Wyatt, Virgil and Morgan meet in the street.