Harvey Keitel's 15 Most Iconic Moments
Posted in Entertainment on Jan 19th, 2019
Before he made his film debut in 1967, Harvey Keitel began as a marine and then court reporter. He started his acting career in the theater and was cast in several Off-Broadway plays. With the release of Who’s That Knocking at My Door in 1967, Keitel began a legendary film career. He’s been nominated for Golden Globes, SAG awards, and Oscars. Not only has he been involved in some of the biggest and best films of the past 60 years, but he shows no sign of stopping. Here are the top 15 most memorable moments from the method acting great.
15. The Duellists (1977) - You Have Insulted Me
Taking a step away from his usual roles as mobsters and police, Keitel plays Gabriel Feraud in this historical drama. Early in the film, Feraud’s character is approached by a member of the Hussars who is instructed to place Feraud under house arrest. He does so in the home of a prominent local lady, causing Feraud to take offense to the man. The role requires expression of a man with an explosive temperament and Keitel plays the role expertly.