This week the I Know That Face crew are rejoined by writer, comedian and friend of the podcast Sean Moriarty to talk about the crazy career of South African madman Sharlto Copley. Exploding onto the scene in Neill Blomkamp's 2009 sci-fi apartheid allegory District 9, Copley hasn't slowed down since. Along with his three collaborations with Blomkamp - Elysium and Chappie followed - Copley cemented his Howling Mad reputation in Joe Carnahan's A-Team remake. He varied his choices as the last decade went on in the likes of Spike Lee's Oldboy remake, the POV action film Hardcore Henry, mystery horror Open Grave and as Ron Hollar in John Krasinski's Sundance flop The Hollars. Copley returned to what he does best in Ben Wheatley's Free Fire and was recently seen in Olivier Megaton's The Last Days of American Crime.
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