Orson Welles

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Hollywood’s Latest Obsession – Fraudsters, Scammers, and Con Artists

Cinematic anti-heroes have long been an entertainment staple. Think classic characters like Orson Welles’ Charles Foster Kane in Citizen Kane (1941), Malcolm McDowell’s Alex DeLarge, a Golden Globe Nominee for Best Picture-Drama, A Clockwork Orange (1971), and, more recently, the Golden Globe Winning TV Drama Breaking Bad’s protagonist Walter White (played by Bryan Cranston), a mild-mannered, middle school teacher pivoted to the perilous world of big-time drug dealing.