From his first role in a big movie "War Games," Michael Madsen has commanded the screen. He plays tough roles - from the scary Mr. Blonde in "Reservoir Dogs" to characters in "Donnie Brasco," "Kill Bill," "Thelma & Louise," and "The Hateful Eight.".
Madsen stopped by WCL to give a message to all Cubs fans everywhere after Tuesday night's game.
We also talked about his Chicago roots, career and the new documentary they're doing about his life.
Madsen was in town for a very special event.
For more on the event:
"An Intimate Evening with Michael Madsen" to benefit children's pediatric cancer for Advocate Children's Hospital and the Tyler Robinson Foundation (TRF).
WHEN: Thurs., Nov. 3. Doors open at 6 p.m.
WHERE: Park West, 322 W. Armitage Ave., Chicago
Co-hosted by Kathy Hart (of the Eric & Kathy radio show) and Jimmy Place. Special performance by blues/R&B sensation Tasha Taylor
For more information and tickets, visit:
To find out more about Advocate Children's Hospital, visit:
Michael Madsen's official website: http://michaelmadsen.com/#
Actor Michael Madsen talks Chicago roots, pediatric cancer fundraiser
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