Characters in movie that talks very rarely


I'm looking for character in movie that talks very rarely or never. I'm not looking for cartoon character though. To name a few examples: Lee kang-sheng characters overall, Takeshi kitano's character in his cop movies, the mute in sympathy for Mr. vengeance, the dude in wong kar wai's fallen angels, etc...

Refn protagonists in Fear X, Valhalla Rising, Drive, Only God Forgives and Too Old to Die Young.

Melville protagonists in Le Samourai, Le Cercle Rouge, Army of Shadows and Les Doulos.

Hill protagonists in Hard Times and the Driver

Arnie in The Terminator
Donnie Yen in Blade 2
Vinnie Jones' The Sphynx in Gone In 60 Seconds
Originally Posted by doubledenim
Garbage bag people fighting hippy love babies.

Bots gotta be bottin'

Youíre the disease, and Iím the cure.
Silent Bob. Only talks when necessary in Kevin Smith’s good films.
ďI really have to feel that I could make a difference in the movie, or I shouldn't be doing it.ď
Joe Dante

Steve McQueen in Bullitt didn’t talk very much. In fact, he gave away some of his lines. He said he didn’t need them & he didn’t.
Iím here only on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. Thatís why Iím here now.

Steve McQueen in Bullitt didnít talk very much. In fact, he gave away some of his lines. He said he didnít need them & he didnít.

Clint Eastwood in The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
Lee Marvin in Point Blank
Ryan Gosling in Drive
Last Great Movie Seen
Vampyr (Dreyer, 1932)

Marcel Marceau in Silent Movie

Yet, still too annoying for me to watch
What's annoying about it, Matt?
Do you mean the movie is too annoying or Alan Arkin is too annoying?

I could see "too sad to watch" maybe, as it is a real downer of a movie.

Charles Bronson (the Tunnel King) in The Great Escape (1963) - he's one of the main characters, but had few lines compared to some of the other main characters in the ensemble cast.

Can't even see where the knob is
Richard Kiel as Jaws in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker. Actually, he didn't speak at all in the former and only spoke towards the end in the latter. I remember that being quite the revelation for me.
How am I supposed to find someone willing to go into that musty old claptrap?

minds his own damn business
"Hell in the Pacific" - both Toshiro Mifune and Lee Marvin barely speak.
This isn't quite true. There's several stretches of wordless action, but there's also quite a bit of talking at times, but neither of them understand each other.

When the film released on DVD, it had a subtitle feature, which, for English-speaking audiences, was the first time Mifune's lines were comprehended. And it's quite funny. One of the best scenes is where they're arguing about how to build their escape boat, and it turns out that they're both saying the same thing, a joke lost on non-polylingual audiences in the original run.

minds his own damn business
Marcel Marceau in Silent Movie
I was going to say Marliee Matlin, but this joke wins the thread.