Brett Cullen (born August 26, 1956) is a native of Houston, Texas, who has appeared in numerous motion pictures and television programs. Early in 2007, he was cast as the role of an estranged father to one of the football players, Tim Riggins (played by actor Taylor Kitsch), in the NBC drama series Friday Night Lights.
He played Dan Fixx in the 1980s drama Falcon Crest for two seasons (1986-1988) and Marshal Sam Cain in the western The Young Riders for one season (1989-1990). He also starred as Gideon Chisholm in the early 1980s western series The Chisholms and as Ned Logan in the short-lived Legacy, which lasted for just one season (1998-1999). On the TV show The West Wing Cullen played Ray Sullivan, a fictional governor of West Virginia and the Republican nominee for Vice President.
His guest appearances on TV include: The Incredible Hulk, M*A*S*H, V, Matlock, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Ally McBeal, Walker, Texas Ranger, Once and Again, Without a Trace, Cold Case, The Mountain, ...
Ghost Rider is a 2007 superhero film based on the fictional Marvel Comics character Ghost Rider. The film is directed by Mark Steven Johnson and stars Nicolas Cage as Johnny Blaze / Ghost Rider.
In the days of the American Old West, Mephistopheles sent a bounty hunter of the damned, a Ghost Rider, to retrieve a contract for a thousand corrupt souls from the town of San Venganza. The Rider refused to give the contract — and therefore, the souls — to Mephistopheles; he outran Mephistopheles and hid himself and the contract.
A century and a half later, a stunt motorcycle rider Johnny Blaze discovers his father is dying of lung cancer. Mephistopheles approaches him with a promise to rid his father of his cancer once and for all if Johnny gave his soul. Johnny inadvertently signs the contract when a spike located on its central bar breaks his skin and causes his blood to fall onto the parchment. The next morning, his father's cancer is gone; but later that same day, he dies mid-stunt in a..., http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0259324