Jello Biafra was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Biafra's career in acting began with his roles in various films like "Anarchism in America" (1982), the John Doe documentary "The Unheard Music" (1986) and the comedy "Tapeheads" (1988) with John Cusack. He also appeared in the comedic adventure "Terminal City Ricochet" (1991) with Mark Bennett and "Highway 61" (1992). Biafra also contributed music to "Natural Born Killers" (1994) with Woody Harrelson. His film career continued throughout the nineties and the early 2000s in productions like the comedy "Mary Jane's Not a Virgin Anymore" (1999) with Lisa Gerstein, "Trade Off" (2000) with Mike Dolan and the Cynthia Plaster Caster documentary "Plaster Caster" (2001). Biafra also created music for the dramedy "Slc Punk!" (1999) with Matthew Lillard. Biafra's music was also featured in the Diane Lane dramatic adaptation "Fierce People" (2007), the dramatic biopic "The Social Network" (2010) with Jesse Eisenberg and the Johnny Depp box office smash animated motion picture "Rango" (2011). In addition to his music, Biafra also appeared on-screen in the Henry Rollins documentary "Punk's Not Dead" (2007). Most recently, Biafra appeared on the Clarence Reid documentary "The Weird World of Blowfly" (2011).