|Born||June 15, 1951|
Canton, Ohio, U.S.
|Alma mater||Arizona State University|
|Occupation(s)||Film and television actor|
|Years active||1983 – present|
|Allegiance||United States of America|
|Service/||United States Marine Corps|
|Years of service||1969–1971|
Tim Colceri (born June 15, 1951) is an American actor and comedian. He is most known for his role in the 1987 Stanley Kubrick film Full Metal Jacket , where he played the door gunner who uttered the much-quoted lines "Get some!" (adopted as the byline for the 2008 movie Tropic Thunder ) and "Ain't war hell?" He was originally cast to play Gunnery Sergeant Hartman but was removed from the role in favor of R. Lee Ermey.
Colceri was born on June 15, 1951, in Canton, Ohio. When he was two years old, his parents moved to Phoenix, Arizona, where he grew up. At age 18, Tim enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and spent 13 months in Da Nang, Vietnam.[ citation needed ] He was discharged on his twentieth birthday, and immediately enrolled at Arizona State University, majoring in physical education with his goal of being a wrestling coach.
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Colceri became a professional golf player after graduating from college. Three years later, he cut a tendon in his little finger and was forced to find a new profession. He worked at the Victoria Station Restaurant near the Miami airport for three years, then got a job with Braniff Airlines as a flight attendant.
He got into acting through a friend who was taking an acting class and insisted he try acting.
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