Julian Glover (Walter Donovan):
A classically trained British actor, he’s been in everything from classic TV series like The Saint, Remmington Steele, and Doctor Who, to films like The Empire Strikes Back and For Your Eyes Only, and most recently Game of Thrones as Maester Pycelle, where he got so bored with his character that he asked them to kill him off.
Alison Doody (Elsa Schneider):
Irish actress Doody never hit the heights of success that her role in The Last Crusade might have lead to. She mainly appeared in TV series through the 90s and early 2000s and has been popping up in small budget UK and European productions over the last few years. Some might turn up on Netflix, but the chances are it’s unlikely you’ll ever come across one.
John-Rhys Davies (Sallah):
With a never-ending list of credits, film writer Scott Weinberg says Davies “will appear in literally any film that offers him a plane ticket and craft services.” When not being bigoted and patronizing to women, Davies has appeared in TV shows like Sliders and most famously as Gimli in the Lord of the Rings franchise. He’ll lend his voice to anyone that offers cash, the biggest recent film being the Brine King in Aquaman.
Michael Byrne (Vogel):
Another actor with a Last Crusade–James Bond connection, Byrne also acted in 1997’s Tomorrow Never Dies, as well as Gangs of New York, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, the recent Ben Kinsley movie Intrigo: Death of an Author, and the widely claimed ‘worst movie ever’, John Travolta’s Battlefield Earth. Aside from that, he’s been a consistent TV actor in the UK, popping up on Midsomer Murders in 2018.
Steven Spielberg (Director):
The highest grossing film director in history, Spielberg most recently took a mostly overlooked subversive, self-aware look at his own work and cultural impact with 2018’s Ready Player One. His next project is a remake of West Side Story in 2020, and he’ll continue his career-long swerve between different types of film with the Mark Rylance-starring The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara, a story set in 19th century Italy that pits the papacy against the coming of Italian democracy. Spielberg will once again direct Indiana in 2021.
Harrison Ford (Indiana Jones):
Ford has recently given up on his reluctance to reviving his old characters. He returned to kill off Han Solo in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and gave Deckard some closure in Blade Runner 2049, his two best performances for years. Before he puts the iconic fedora back on, he has some upcoming animated voice work and a leading role in an adaptation of The Call of the Wild.
Sean Connery (Henry Jones Sr):
Eighty-eight-year-old Connery gave up acting in 2007 and currently lives in New York. His last work was the lead voice actor on the animated film Sir Billi in 2012, the first animated film to be created and produced entirely in Scotland.