Hollywood character player John Enos specialized in bit parts and supporting roles, almost invariably cast as heavies, such as pimps, prisoners, bodyguards, and other rough-cut, imposing types. Projects in which Enos appeared included the Goldie Hawn-Meryl Streep farce Death Becomes Her (1992), the action movies Demolition Man (1993) and The Rock (1996), the Joel Schumacher-directed psychological thriller Phone Booth (2003), and the ethnic comedy Everybody Wants to Be Italian (2007). ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi