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Taylor Kitsch

Canada

Age: 39
Known for
as Paul Woodrugh

in True Detective
as David Koresh

in Waco
as Tim Riggins

in Friday Night Lights
TV Series Starring Taylor Kitsch
Waco
Paramount,

2018

| Drama, Action, Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.4/5

Waco will explore the true life details leading up to and chronicling the siege between the FBI, the ATF and the religious sect, told from several perspectives of those involved. The series is based on two biographies: A Place Called Waco, by Branch Davidian survivor David Thibodeau, and Stalling For Time: My Life As An FBI Hostage Negotiator, written by the FBI's Special Agent in Charge of Negotiations Gary Noesner.


True Detective
HBO,

2014

| Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.2/5

Engineered as an anthology, each season of True Detective introduces new cast ensembles, characters, settings, and self-contained narratives. The show's first season is set in Louisiana and follows a pair of Louisiana State Police homicide detectives (McConaughey and Harrelson), and their pursuit of a serial killer over the course of seventeen years.


Friday Night Lights
NBC,

2006

| Drama, Sports | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.6/5

Eric Taylor, a first-time high school football coach, finds himself helming a stellar team that has a real chance to make it to the top. The stakes are high, the reward is sweet, and the pressure is immense. Can Eric take his boys all the way while keeping their morale - and morality - intact?