Anthony Jared Zerbe (born May 20, 1936) is an American stage, film and Emmy-winning television actor. Notable film roles include the post-apocalyptic cult leader Matthias in The Omega Man, a 1971 film adaptation of Richard Matheson's 1954 novel, I Am Legend; Milton Krest in the 1989 James Bond film Licence to Kill"; and Rosie in The Turning Point.
Zerbe was born in Long Beach, California, the son of Catherine (née Scurlock; Pomona College '30)...
Haman notes that the night is peaceful because everybody is asleep.
Lock is upset with Haman when he hears the Councillor cleared The Nebuchadnez...
Haman tells Neo about his sleeping habits.
Haman begins to address the crowd by honoring the men and women who are servi...
Haman justifies his sleep schedule to Neo.
Haman continues to address the audience, now talking about the people serving...
Haman takes Neo's insomnia as sign he's still human.
Haman continues to address the audience, now honoring the people that have be...
Haman tells Neo about what he likes to do at night, including walking around ...
Haman continues to address the audience, now turning the microphone over to M...
Haman notes that few people come down and see the engineering level.
Councillor Haman introduces Morpheus to the citizens at Zions gathering.
Haman makes a convincing argument for why he likes the engineering level.
Haman likes to think about the work that went into making these machines.
Haman makes an astute observation about the differences in machines.
When he's down in the engineering room, Haman thinks about the people plugged...
Haman talks to Neo about the machines in Zion.
Neo pushes back on Haman's machines of Zion idea.
The idea may be nonsense, but it does make Neo and Haman think.
Neo notes that these machines in Zion could be turned off at any time.
Haman realizes that Neo's right, control is the ability to destroy it.
Haman notes the many side effects of destroying the machines in Zion.
Haman realizes that he doesn't have a point.
Haman and Neo talk, as neither can sleep.