ED "TERMINATOR" JONES
Terminator's His Name, Killing Humanity's His Game
Assembled in Detroit, Ed barreled his way into our national consciousness as a defensive end for the University of Michigan. He went on to play for the Oakland Raiders from 1975-1982, before turning his attention to acting. Ed had a few bit parts in TV shows before his breakout starring role in The Terminator (1984).
Ed's acting career largely stalled after Terminator 2, due to the increased use of CGI as well as reported unprofessional behavior on set. He was known to frequently threaten and intimidate cast and crew members when his demands weren't met. There are also persistent rumors about his connection to the missing person cases of several craft services workers who disappeared while working on The Terminator films.
In recent years, Ed has reemerged into the public arena first as a contestant on Dancing with the Stars and next when he threw his hat into the ring as a candidate for president in 2016. Since his defeat, he has been making the rounds on cable news shows and entertaining his social media followers with curmudgeonly posts and tweets.