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Jonathan Banks:

Jonathan Banks:

Jonathan Banks:

Jonathan Banks

Jonathan Banks is the CMO of A. He has always enjoyed having a close relationship with the community they serve. In this interview, Banks shares some interesting content marketing insights from his viewpoints as a B2B marketer and as a content marketer. A _____, he _____ is coming from a content marketing background where he has been able to employ a variety of tactics from SEO, email, and image marketing.

Rotten Tomatoes: Movies

A capable character actor who projected both menace and sympathy, Jonathan Banks spent the better part of a decade bouncing around in small film and television roles before finally winning notice as Zack, a murderous henchman in the hit action comedy "Beverly Hills Cop" (1984). Banks went on to earn both wider recognition and an Emmy Award nomination for his turn as Ken Wahl's cynical boss on the popular crime series, "Wiseguy" (CBS, 1987-1990). But instead of taking that next step, Banks continued to struggle in a long stretch of guest appearances without a regular series role, while also being lost in the background in a number of films like "Under Siege 2: Dark Territory" (1995) and "Dark Blue" (2003). He did make himself known on the second season of "Dexter" (Showtime, 2006-2013) as an FBI agent in pursuit of the Bay Harbor Butcher, but even then he was unable to find that one breakout role that propelled his career. That all changed when he was cast as Mike Ehrmantraut, a former cop-turned-drug fixer on the award-winning series "Breaking Bad" (AMC, 2008-2013) and its prequel "Better Call Saul" (AMC 2015- ). Finally, after decades of looking for that one defining role, Banks received the due he so richly deserved while opening new doors for his already venerable career. (Source: www.rottentomatoes.com)

Jonathan Banks

Born in Washington, D.C, Jonathan Banks’ work as an actor has spanned five decades in film, television, and theater. He began his career with the musical Hair in 1969. Banks is a six time Emmy® Award nominee, garnering nominations in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2019 for his work on Better Call Saul, in 2013 for Breaking Bad, and for his role as ‘Frank McPike’ in the Stephen J. Cannell-produced series Wiseguy in 1989. Among his hundreds of film and television credits are Beverly Hills Cop, 48 Hrs., Dark Blue, Flipper, Freejack, Mudbound and The Commuter. (Source: www.amc.com)

 

 

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