I'd think he should be an easy send-up. Always saw him and most of his characters as almost ridiculously effete.
Yesterday I watched Shot Caller
and Hello,My Name is Doris
on Amazon Video.
Shot Caller stars Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as a successful stockbroker and family man who eventually becomes head of a murderous prison gang. Pretty gritty cops vs bad guys stuff with a bit of family-ties drama. Lake Bell as the long suffering wife.
I'd been wanting to see Hello, My Name is Doris because it stars Sally Field and I'm a big fan; also because it advertised a cool comic take on a middle aged woman's fumbly attempts at romance with a much younger person, and I thought I might get some good chuckles. It has some elements that are true to the adverts, but ultimately left me sort of cold because the characters' reactions to each other and the situations are not believable, and it also does that modern 'open-ended' thing I see too much of that leaves resolutions up to the interpretation of the viewer.