Whatever Happened To Judd Nelson?

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  Whatever Happened To Judd Nelson?

In Judd Nelson’s two most iconic 1980s roles, he played characters that were polar opposites of each other. In “The Breakfast Club” (above) he played a rebellious high school stoner, and in “St. Elmo’s Fire” he played a young college graduate with political ambitions. The range did not impress New York Magazine, who declared Nelson to be “the overrated one” of the Brat Pack, insisting that “he was better off when typecast” as a “hood.” Undaunted by the critique, the actor continued to take an array of movie roles well past the 1980s.

In “New Jack City,” released in 1991, viewers saw Nelson starring opposite Ice-T as New York City detectives taking down a crack-dealing kingpin played by Wesley Snipes. In the 1994 comedy “Airheads,” Nelson appeared alongside actors Brendan Fraser, Steve Buscemi, and Adam Sandler in movie about a rock band looking for their big break. Though Nelson turned his attention to television, he continued occasional movie roles, including a sheriff in “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back” in 2001, and a starring role in “Nevermore,” a 2007 thriller (via IMDb).

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