Joe Turkel (born July 15, 1927) is an American character actor. He is credited in several films as Joseph Turkel.
Turkel was born in The Bronx, New York, and served in the US Military during World War II. He currently lives in southern California, and has been involved in writing screenplays.
His most famous roles are Dr. Eldon Tyrell, the eccentric God-figure in Ridley Scott's Blade Runner (1982), and Lloyd, the ghostly bartender in Stanley...
Dr. Tyrell is trying to explain to Roy he can not be altered.
Dr. Tyrell is trying to explain to Roy that he was the best Replicant that th...
Dr. Tyrell is trying to let Roy know that he was the best Replicant ever made...
Dr. Tryell knows something is up for J.F. to come over to his house so late a...
Lloyd tells Jack that you can't live with women and can't live without them.
Jack sits down in the bar to have a drink at the hotel. Lloyd asks how he is...
When Lloyd asks Jack what he would like to drink, Jack replies hair of the do...
Dr. Tyrell is telling Deckard that Rachael is just an experiment.
Dr. Tyrell is trying to explain how they create the Replicant's.
Jack is having a drink in the Hotel bar area and is talking about the subject...
The Dr. wants to test his latest invention.
Jack goes in to the bar at the hotel and the bartender asks Jack what he woul...
The Dr. thinks his Replicant's are very close to human.
Jack orders a drink from Lloyd the bartender in the hotel lounge and bar.