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Christopher Walken was decorated this past weekend during the 2005 Spike TV Video Game Awards. Although largely seem as a sham by more avid gamers, the annual Spike competition is the most widely broadcast video game award show. Walken earned the "best supporting male performance" trophy for his act in True Crime: New York City. He first starred in a game as Detective Vincent Magnotta in 1996's Ripper, but we'll remember him for his much cooler role as CIS agent David Hassan in Privateer 2: The Darkening. You can find Spike TV's other nominees and winners here.
NAME: Hassan, Cdr. David
AGE: 36
PLACE OF BIRTH: Hades
PROFESSION: CIS employee
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