The answer is William Hootkins (Who?). An American character actor who played Red Six (affectionately known as Porkins) in Star Wars, Major Eaton (one of the Army Intelligence officerswho gives Indy his marching orders) in Raiders of the Lost Ark, and Lt. Eckhardt (the fat, corrupt police officer who gets shot by Jack Nicholson right before he becomes the Joker) in Batman. He one of the those guys who most people have seen before in small roles in big movies, but never give a second thought to. But those happen to be three movies I have seen dozens (and in the case of Star Wars, hundreds) of times, so after a while those esoteric details kind of crystallize in my brain. I remember realizing one day that the same guy showed up in all three of those films. It was like a lightbulb went off in my head. It made me realize that I know way too much about this sort of stuff. No offense to Mr. Hootkins, but I have a feeling my knowing this fact about his choice of roles in films probably pushed out an important fact I once learned but had to lose in favor of this piece of fluff filling the space. I used to know Algebra, Physics, and other science facts. I used to know the names of Roman rulers and Prussian poets. Now all I can remember is that William Hootkins played Porkins in Star Wars and gets blown up right after Biggs Darklighter tells him to eject. Come to think of it, how do I know that Biggs' last name is Darklighter when it is never once mentioned in the film? Or that he is played by Garrick Hagon? See what I mean? Useless! Hopefully I will get to host trivia again and I can put some of the rest of this useless information to good use. And maybe if I start sharing some of it, it will be replaced with better, more useful information. Like how to defuse a bomb, or save the rainforests, or design a longer lasting lightbulb. But, considering that I know that the weird guy in Robocop who says "I'll buy that for a dollar" is named Bixby Snyder, I doubt it.