“As an actor, they think you’re just a buffoon. And with a book they kinda go, ‘Oh, oh, you might be a buffoon with a brain’,” says cult movie icon Bruce Campbell, who’s been the most badass buffoon in the business for nearly 40 years, ever since he and childhood pal Sam Raimi were making Super 8 movies in Michigan.
Since then, Campbell has lent his action-wiseguy persona to recurring roles in TV shows such as Xena: Warrior Princess and Burn Notice, cameos in big-budget flicks including The Hudsucker Proxy and all three of Raimi’s Spiderman films and star turns in B-movies like Bubba Ho-Tep. But he’s best known as Ash, the hero of the slapstick-horror Evil Dead franchise, which began in the micro-budget 1981 indie Evil Dead and has been reborn on the current Starz series, Ash vs. Evil Dead.
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