Since making his screen debut in 1967, Harvey Keitel has emerged as one of America’s most intriguing actors. And while he continues to deliver the goods, it’s arguable that the 1990s was the decade in which he truly peaked. Mark Fraser looks back at 10 of his finest moments.
6. Taxi Driver (Martin Scorsese, 1976)
Matthew “Sport” Higgins (Keitel) really is the lowest of the low, pimping teenage runaway girls to middle-aged Manhattan Johns. In a film full of memorable dialogue, Harvey (along with director Martin Scorsese) enjoys some of its most sordid lines.