He routinely attempted to grope and molest women on the convention circuit.

This C/D list horror actor could have been higher listed, maybe even an A, in his genre. He had taken on the role of a legendary villain in a very hit remake (and its sequel) of a film considered a cinema all-timer-- regardless of genre. You know why he isn't?

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This C/D list horror actor could have been higher listed, maybe even an A, in his genre.

He had taken on the role of a legendary villain in a very hit remake (and its sequel) of a film considered a cinema all-timer– regardless of genre.

You know why he isn’t? Its not just the fact he publicly mocked the death of the actor who originated his role, or that he direct messaged aghast fans on social media.

Its what he did to women and the content of those messages.

He routinely attempted to grope and molest women on the convention circuit.

And those messages?

He attacked people with threats of violence and rape, homophobia and goading people to suicide (I was one of those people.)

He is not a good man, and no one wants to work with him in a genre that actually favors decent people (regardless of what some people think.)

Actor: Andrew Bryniarski

Original Actor: Gunnar Hansen

Role: Thomas Hewitt – Leatherface

Movie: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Remember When Andrew ‘Leatherface’ Bryniarski Dissed the Dead Gunnar Hansen?

Every now and then some old random story of solid interest will pop to the surface of my melon and I’ll embark on a journey to refresh my memory. Today the random memory was triggered by a simple response I read on a popular forum. The response was “boo hoo,” and the memory that was triggered centered on the man who made Leatherface famous, the late Gunnar Hansen, and the man who made the hulking villain memorable to millennials, Andrew Bryniarski, who donned the face mask in the 2003 Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake as well as the prequel, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning.

We all remember that Hansen passed back in 2015 after a bout with pancreatic cancer. It was rough news to absorb, and it had a serious effect on lifelong genre fanatics.

The effect it had on Bryniarski however, wasn’t of the touching sort. Andrew’s response to Hansen’s passing elicited a short but savage “boo hoo.”

Rough, Andrew. Rough.- Read more here