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John Matuszak Navigation menu VideoSloth makeup test for The Goonies (1984) John Matuszak (October 25, - June 17, ) was a football player and actor who portrayed Sloth in The Goonies. Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on October 25, , Matuszak grew up playing football as a defensive end. He played for the University of Missouri during college, and was drafted into professional football for two teams at once, the Houston Oilers in the NFL and the Houston Texans. John "The Tooz" Matuszak, 38, the former hard-hitting, hard-living defensive lineman with the Oakland Raiders who played on two Super Bowl teams before turning to an acting career, died June 17 at. John Daniel Matuszak (October 25, – June 17, ) was an American football defensive end in the National Football League who later became an actor.. He was the first overall pick in the NFL Draft and played most of his career with the Oakland Raiders until he retired after winning his second Super Bowl in John Matuszak, the former defensive lineman for the Oakland and Los Angeles Raiders, died 10 days ago as a result of an accidental overdose of a prescription drug, according to the findings of the. John Matuszak, Actor: The Goonies. John Daniel Tooz Matuszak was an American football defensive lineman in the National Football League and also an actor. Matuszak was born in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. He attended the University of Tampa and played for their football team. Matuszak also played for various NFL teams--his longest stint of six years having been spent with the Oakland/Los.
Rufus fragt sich immer noch misstrauisch, die John Matuszak und die Qualitt des jeweiligen John Matuszak. - Bilder von John MatuszakFilme mit John Matuszak. John "The Tooz" Matuszak, 38, the former hard-hitting, hard-living defensive lineman with the Oakland Raiders who played on two Super Bowl teams before turning to an acting career, died June 17 at. John Matuszak (October 25, - June 17, ) was a football player and actor who portrayed Sloth in The Goonies. Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on October 25, , Matuszak grew up playing football as a defensive end. He played for the University of Missouri during college, and was drafted into professional football for two teams at once, the Houston Oilers in the NFL and the Houston Texans Born: 10/25/ 6/28/ · John Matuszak, the former defensive lineman for the Oakland and Los Angeles Raiders, died 10 days ago as a result of an accidental overdose of a Author: Malcolm Moran. John Daniel Matuszak war ein US-amerikanischer Football-Spieler und Schauspieler. John Daniel Matuszak (* Oktober in Oak Creek, Wisconsin; † Juni in Hollywood, Kalifornien) war ein US-amerikanischer Football-Spieler und. John Matuszak wurde am Oktober in Oak Creek, Wisconson/USA geboren und begann seine Karriere als Footballspieler. Mit 23 Jahren. Topps # John Matuszak - Oakland Raiders (Football Cards) by Topps. $ Most Cards Shipped in Soft Sleeve and/or Top Load (See Shipping).
Also attended the University of Missouri and Iowa Central Community College before going to Tampa. He died of heart failure, which was probably caused by an overdose of pain medication and pneumonia.
He also had cocaine in his system at the time of his death. As Sloth in The Goonies , his make-up took five hours to complete.
One of the eyes which was out of place on the face was mechanically operated off-screen by remote control. He had to time his blinking to match the blinks of the robotic eye.
A crew-member would countdown from three, two, one and tell him to blink. The cast was told not to get him wet in scenes outside of the pirate ship, but the kids inadvertently did so, holding up filming for an entire day.
In the scene where Chunk and Sloth head down through the grate to follow the gang and the Fratelli's, you can see that Sloth is wearing an Oakland Raiders T-Shirt.
Matuszak was a former Oakland Raiders football player. Was the boyfriend of Stephanie Cozart Burton in the s. He attended the University of Missouri-Columbia Mizzou on a football scholarship and was a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity.
In an autobiography, ''Cruisin' With the Tooz,'' published two years ago, Matuszak described his problems with drugs and said he had entered a rehabilitation center.
I've hit damn near bottom. I don't ever want to go back. Sports Matuszak's Death Caused By Accidental Overdose. See the article in its original context from June 28, , Section D, Page 24 Buy Reprints.
Surprisingly he turned out to be a pretty good actor. Of course, he played Sloth in the Goonies, but Matuszak was also involved in a number of other acclaimed films.
He starred in North Dallas Forty, which is regarded by many as one of the best football movies ever made.
He also appeared in a number of cult classics including Caveman, One Crazy Summer, Ice Pirates, and as mentioned, The Goonies….
One thing most of the actors who worked with Matuszak had to say about him was that he was a genuine pleasure to work with. They loved playing with Matuszak so much that they would sometimes mess up his makeup, which took hours to re-apply.
But even with the success Matuszak found in this new chapter of his life, some aspects of his troubled past remained.
The bullying was part of what inspired Matuszak to become an athlete — a tall, bulky, football player is a whole lot less vulnerable to ridicule than a tall, skinny, beanpole.
So in a way, those mean kids gave the world "The Tooz," the guy who would not only become one of the NFL's most charismatic football players, but also one of the most memorable movie icons of the s.
To his family, Matuszak was known as a gentle kid with a heart that matched his size, but his past experiences with bullying contributed to his public persona — mean, prone to angry outbursts, and larger-than-life.
According to the LA Times , during his sophomore year in college, Matuszak played reserve tight end on a football scholarship at the University of Missouri, but his career there was short-lived.
At a fraternity party, he punched another student in the face for "fondling his date," and then inexplicably tried to make it right again not by apologizing for his conduct but by insisting that he hadn't meant to hit the guy as hard as he did.
You know, the ole "I only meant to give him a black eye, not break his whole nose" excuse. The university didn't like that, and revoked his scholarship.
During his second season with the Oilers, Matuszak got restless. Or something. No one is really sure. Even though he was under contract with his current team, he decided to sign a second contract with the Houston Texans in the World Football League, which seems a bit logistically problematic, but he was The Tooz, so maybe he just figured he could pummel his way through any and all consequences.
The Oilers were unsurprisingly unimpressed, and the LA Times said they even went as far as sending a team of lawmen to a football game to chase Matuszak around the sidelines with a subpoena.
After that, Matuszak was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs , who traded him to the Washington Redskins, who cut him just two weeks later, at the end of the preseason.
Why was his stint in Washington so short-lived? After Washington showed him the business end of the cleat, Matuszak was a free agent, and the Oakland Raiders were kind of desperate.
Three of their defensive linemen had suffered season-ending injuries, and they needed a big player to keep them competitive.
Matuszak was 6'8" and pounds , so they pretended they didn't know about the vodka and Valium and made him a Raider. If you know too much about a guy, you tend to prejudge him, to hold his past against him.
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Down this week. John Daniel Tooz Matuszak was an American football defensive lineman in the National Football League and also an actor.
Matuszak was born in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. He attended the University of Tampa and played for their football team. Born: October 25 , in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, USA.
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