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André Cagnard

1 episode, 1988 Rejection (1988) ... (as Andre Cagnard)

André Cagnard is known for his work on The Ninth Gate (1999), The Burglars (1971) and Het recht van het Zwaard (1961).

 

           

 

Below father and son Andre and William Cagrnard

 

 

Below: In Lido 1977

 

 

 

William Cagnard

1 episode, 1988

William Cagnard is known for his work on The Bourne Identity (2002), Unleashed (2005) and 3 Days to Kill (2014)

Crossbow (TV Series) (stunts - 1 episode)

- Gansari's Zombies (1989) ... (stunts)

FANTASMAGORIE ASSISTS WITH EQUESTRIAN SHOWS

They have 50 years of experience producing live shows and have been credited on over 250 films.

The father-and-son Cagnard team design equestrian shows. They have been working in Paris at the Lido and the Moulin Rouge since 1964. Their know-how has stood out in the production of more than 75,000 performances of over 20 different revues.

    

Below: and again the photo of father and son Andre and William Cagnard

We have had the good fortune of working with Mr. André Cagnard and his son William, both of them experts in high-level equestrian performers.

The undisputed specialists in equestrian productions, they have worked on numerous projects: King Arthur, The Three Musketeers, Cyrano de Bergerac, Buffalo Bill, Zorro, Napoléon; from the cabaret to the theatre, from television to film, from the stage to magnificent living frescoes.

In 1967, André Cagnard started the world’s very first “Medieval Tournament Show,” which took place on the outskirts of the Ferté-Milon château.

His son, William Cagnard, is a highly qualified jouster. He began his career as a performer in 1976, as part of the reenactment of the Battle of Yorktown during the celebration of the U.S. Bicentennial in Paris, organized by André. Since then, he has been working with his father on writing and directing equestrian shows. William co-manages historical reenactments and reenactments of epic battles for the film industry. He has also been in charge of live shows and led the French cavalry for the performance of “Waterloo 2015,” which involved over 300 horses and 5000 men in period costume.

Their experience, combined with ours here at Fantasmagorie, leads to spectacular results! More infor and source: https://www.fantasmagorie.com/en/2017/05/25/fantasmagorie-service-shows-equestres/

 

 

George Camiller

Albion, Sanctuary, one of Dantes team

George Camiller was born in 1942 in Surrey, England. He is an actor, known for The Message (1976), Mind Your Language (1977) and Al-risâlah (1976) More information about his films see the imdb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0131797/?ref_=fn_nm_nm_2

 

           

 

     

 

 

 

 

Max Cane

Gerhard 1 episode, 1989

Episode 51, 'Insurrection' - as Gerhard a guide and fellow rebel of Tell's.

Max Cane is an actor, known for The Three Musketeers (2011), Hugo (2011) and EastEnders (1985). https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0133818/?ref_=fn_nm_nm_1

 

       

 

             

 

      

 

 

Béatrice Camurat

Christina, 1 episode, 1988

episode 36, 'Exit the Dragon' - as Christina, the only survivor of a village that has been destroyed by a 'dragon'. She enlists the aid of Tell and Stefan to destroy the dragon.

Béatrice Camurat is an actress and producer, known for Grande-Synthe (2018), American Dreamer (1984) and Train d'enfer (1985).

 

      

 

             

 

      

 

 

Fanny Carby

Grania 1 episode, 1989

Episode 49, 'The Touch' - Plays Grania, an old woman who takes Tell in and tells his fortune

          

            

In episode 'The Touch,' the first episode of the third Season recorded in Lozere

 

     

Fanny Carby was born on February 2, 1925 in Sutton, Surrey, England. She was an actress, known for The Elephant Man (1980), Lassiter (1984) and The Good Companions (1980). She was married to Roderick Horne. She died on September 20, 2002 in London, England. In Crossbow she was 60 years old.

 

Harry Carey Jr.

Mutino, 3 episodes in 1987-1988

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001013/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm

                                                                                                                Harry Carey Jr. (left), John Wayne  

 

      

 

                    

Harry Carey, Jr., had been reliable character actor for decades, mostly in Westerns, before he retired. He is the son of the actor Harry Carey and the actress Olive Carey. He was born on May 16, 1921, at the parents' 1000-acre ranch near Saugus, in the northwestern part of Los Angeles County, which is now next door to Santa Clarita, a large town that certainly did not exist in 1947 or for decades longer. His parents were actors Olive Carey and Harry Carey. His father gave him the nickname "Dobe" shortly after his birth because the baby's red hair reminded him of the adobe soil at the ranch.
 Thus, the young Harry Carey, Jr., grew up among cattle and horses at the ranch. Because of a large group of Navajo Indians who worked on his parents' ranch, he learned to speak the Navajo language at the same time that he was learning to speak English.

                                                                                                                                                   Mutino in Crossbow, one of the four horsemen

 

    
During World War II, Carey enlisted in the U.S. Navy, and he served in the Pacific Theater first as a Navy medical corpsman. However, he was transferred back to the United States (against his wishes) to serve under his father's good friend, the director John Ford, in making movies for the Navy (training films)and the O.S.S. (propaganda films).

After World War II ended, Carey tried to make a career in singing. Harry Carey Jr.. was born on May 16, 1921, at the ranch of his parents,
The young Dobe's dream was to become a classical singer like the opera singer/movie star
Lawrence Tibbett, and he moved to New York City to study voice. but he was not successful at this. Hence, he moved into acting, and after a couple of small acting parts, he was given a chance to work in a motion picture with his father, the John Wayne film Red River (1948). (However, the father and the son did not have any scenes with one another). After the death of Harry Carey, Sr., in 1946, Mr. Ford gave the younger Carey a leading role in the movie that Ford dedicated to the memory of Harry Carey, Sr., in 1948, 3 Godfathers (1948).

As a full-fledged member of the noted John Ford Stock Company, Carey, Jr., appeared in many of Mr. Ford's epic Westerns during the following two decades. Carey also starred in a series-within-a-series on TV,
The Adventures of Spin and Marty (1955), which was shown as a part of The Mickey Mouse Club (1955). Very boyish looks characterized Carey's early years, but he matured into a strong and familiar character actor over the following four decades, and he acted in scores of films and TV programs in his long career. Dobe married Marilyn Fix, the daughter of the actor Paul Fix
, in 1944 while he was on leave from in the Navy. They have remained married for over 60 years, and have four children and three grandchildren (so far).  

 

In 1987 Dobe was awarded a Golden Boot by the Motion Picture & Television Fund Foundation, and in 2003 he won a Silver Spur Award from Reel Cowboys. He has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, awarded for his television activities, located at 6363 Hollywood Blvd. IMDb Mini Biography By: Jim Beaver and John C Hopwood.

 

 

 

John Carpenter 111

John

The Lost Crusader (1988) ... John 1 episode

John Carpenter is an actor, known for Network (1976), Tootsie (1982) and O Pioneers! (1991

       

 

            

    

 

Pierre Castagne

Betrayal

         

 

Vince Castello

Inquisistor

Vince Castello is an actor, known for MR 73 (2008), Comme un poisson hors de l'eau (1999) and Mayrig (1991).

    

 

 

Christian Van Cau

John the woodcutter in episode The Taking of Castle Tanner

        

Jean Clarieux, Christian Van Cau, and Bernard Verley in La voie lactée (1969)

    

 Christian Van Cau is an actor and writer, known for Clin d'oeil (1984), Les demoiselles à péage (1975) and Paris n'existe pas (1969). https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0885856/

 

 

Alain Christie/ oa Christie

Captain in Trolls, 1 episode, 1988

Alain Christie was born on December 14, 1951 in France. He is an actor, known for The Flame Is Love ( with Timothy Dalton as Arthur Rimbaud in 1979), Bernadette (1988) and Les enquêtes du commissaire Maigret (1967). Now he write phoems and has done radio work and is coaching. Unfortunately I'm not able to find more about him.

             

 

           

    

 

Jordan Clarke

The baker in episode Message from Geneve

He is best known for his role as Billy Lewis II on the CBS soap opera, Guiding Light, having portrayed the role on and off from 1982 to 2009. Clarke also played the role of Dr. Tim Ryan on Guiding Light from 1974-1976. In 2006, he received his first nomination and won his first Daytime Emmy for "Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series" for his work on GL.

 

Clarke has also appeared on other shows, such as MASH, chips, The Paper Chase, Law & Order, Spenser: For Hire, and Miami Vice. He also played the role of Son Slater in an episode of The Waltons.

Clarke attended Cornell University.

              

                                          Jordan Clarke accepts the Emmy award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for 'Guiding Light'

    

    https://www.buzzfeed.com/davidkushner/my-handyman-my-soap-star

 

Harry Cleven

In Crossbow in episode: Farmer in The Promised Land

Harry Cleven was born on August 19, 1956 in Liège, Wallonia, Belgium. He is an actor and director, known for Trouble (2005), Mr. Nobody (2009) and Pourquoi se marier le jour de la fin du monde? (2000)

Harry Cleven studied 'drama' from 1975 to 1979 at the Royal Conservatory of Liège. He has played in various plays, directed by Henri Ronse (Nouveau Théatre de Belgique) and Marcel Delval (Théatre Varia). He then acted in nine feature films by Zulawski, Corneau and Delvaux, among others. He gave acting lessons in the prison of Namur, after which he decided to direct himself.
Filmography: Films: Sirène (1990), Abracadabra

         

         

  

 

Brian Coburn

 Doolan 1 episode, 1989

Brian Coburn (15 December 1936 - 28 December 1989) was a Scottish actor. He appeared in more than eighty films from 1965 to 1989, his death.  Unfortunately died in the year or year after Crossbow.  known for Anatevka (1971), Octopussy (1983) and Lassiter (1984). He was married to Julia Breck. He died on December 28, 1989 in Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire, England.

1983 In James Bond Octopussy as South American V.I.P. 

Dempsey and Makepeace (TV Series) as Davros – episode: Make Peace Not War (1985) ...and Blott on the landscape, same year, three episodes as Hefty.

         

    

 

Forbes Collins

Warden and Warrior

2 episode, 1987 In two Episodes The Taking of Castle Tanner as Gothar and in Possesed.

episode 15, 'Posessed' - Plays the warden of an insane asylum who tortures inmates into coming around to Gessler's way of thinking

Forbes Collins is a versatile British character actor, seen in supporting roles. The serious demeanour he gives to some of the 'country-fied' characters he has played is lent gravity via a down-to-earth manner combined with his trademark serious expression.

He is best known for his role as King John in the popular comedy Maid Marian and Her Merry Men. He also starred in the episode All About Scoring, Innit? in the critically acclaimed drama, Minder, playing Arklow, as well as appearing as Jonas in Jesus of Nazareth, some episodes of the first series of Blackadder, and playing the Chief Officer in Doctor Who's Vengeance on Varos.  Collins also played Zacky Martin in Poldark (1975), playing a leading male member in the village of Sawle and supporter of Captain Poldark, whose house Nampara was nearby. When the villagers of Sawle try one of their own for murder, Zacky is prominent in leading the process, advocating using "the old way". This uses a candle which, should it stop burning before the end, is taken as 'proof' of guilt. In Poldark, with 'sentence' passed, as the 'guilty' man (who professes his genuine guilt) is taken away, the viewer sees that the wick in the candle had been pre-cut, and the flame would have naturally extinguished anyway. In the quietly memorable and chilling scene that follows, the 'guilty' man is hurled from the cliffs to his death.

              

Other appearances include the 1974 "Dixon Of Dock Green" episode, "Seven For A Secret - Never To Be Told". His character, Pengelly, appears to have withheld information from Dock Green police who are investigating the death of a woman in a gas explosion. He has also played policemen himself, notably Chief Superintendent Bailey in three episodes of the P. D. James-penned Adam Dalgliesh story, "Shroud For A Nightingale" (which TV mini-series starred Roy Marsden as Dalgliesh). Retired from acting in 1999.

Gothar in episode The Taking of Castle Tanner

    

Below in the intro of episode 15 Possessed

         

Forbes Collins is a versatile British character actor, seen in supporting roles. The serious demeanour he gives to some of the 'country-fied' characters he has played is lent gravity via a down-to-earth manner combined with his trademark serious expression.

He is best known for his role as King John in the popular comedy Maid Marian and Her Merry Men. He also starred in the episode All About Scoring, Innit? in the critically acclaimed drama, Minder, playing Arklow, as well as appearing as Jonas in Jesus of Nazareth, some episodes of the first series of Blackadder, and playing the Chief Officer in Doctor Who's Vengeance on Varos.

Collins also played Zacky Martin in Poldark (1975), playing a leading male member in the village of Sawle and supporter of Captain Poldark, whose house Nampara was nearby. When the villagers of Sawle try one of their own for murder, Zacky is prominent in leading the process, advocating using "the old way". This uses a candle which, should it stop burning before the end, is taken as 'proof' of guilt. In Poldark, with 'sentence' passed, as the 'guilty' man (who professes his genuine guilt) is taken away, the viewer sees that the wick in the candle had been pre-cut, and the flame would have naturally extinguished anyway. In the quietly memorable and chilling scene that follows, the 'guilty' man is hurled from the cliffs to his death.

Other appearances include the 1974 "Dixon Of Dock Green" episode, "Seven For A Secret - Never To Be Told". His character, Pengelly, appears to have withheld information from Dock Green police who are investigating the death of a woman in a gas explosion. He has also played policemen himself, notably Chief Superintendent Bailey in three episodes of the P. D. James-penned Adam Dalgliesh story, "Shroud For A Nightingale" (which TV mini-series starred Roy Marsden as Dalgliesh).

Forbes Collins made an uncredited cameo as a Russian Guard at the dam gate at the Soviet chemical weapons facility at Arkhangelsk in the 1995 James Bond film "GoldenEye", but his scene was deleted. The deleted scene is in the special features on the "GoldenEye" DVD.

Before he played King John in "Maid Marian and Her Merry Men", Forbes Collins appeared in two episodes of "The Black Adder", as Dopey Jack, A Peasant "Witchsmeller Pursuivant (#1.5)" and as Trusting Father in "The Black Seal (#1.6)". Tony Robinson, who played Baldrick, was the creator of "Maid Marian and Her Merry Men" and played The Sheriff in the show.

 

 

Paul Collins

Paul Collins (born 25 July 1937) in  is an English actor. He is best known for his role as John Darling in the 1953 animated Disney film Peter Pan.

 

He was in series like:  Matlock (1989) - Jim Melbourne  Beverly Hills, 90210 (1993-1995) - John Bardwell  JAG (1995-2002) - SecNav Alexander Nelson / Secretary of War John C. Spencer / Mort Reese, Profiler (1997-1998), Westwing (2005)US Senator Sam Wilkinson and Guiding Light (2007) - Tyler Meade.

In episode 'Actors'

   

       

 

 

PAUL COLLINS about his youth and his Disney's Peter Pan experience

 

Todd Garbarini: I've been a big fan of the Disney cartoons since I was a child.

Paul Collins: Yes, me too! (laughs) My daughter is now twenty-eight years-old and when she was a little girl her favorite was Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. I think for the most part a lot of children are raised on these films and it's a big part of their childhood. They're really wonderful. I loved doing Peter Pan. It was close to the start of my career, really. I then later on did an off-Broadway play called Courage which was a one-man show about (Peter Pan author) J.M. Barrie, so I got to do a great deal of research on him and what he was doing at the time when he wrote Peter Pan. He was a very fascinating man, and some of his novels, such as The Little Minister, were made into features. That was with Katharine Hepburn.

 

TG: How did your career begin?

PC: Well, it was during the Second World War, and the closest school to my house also happened to be a theatrical school. So, my mother sent me there to learn boxing and dancing and those sorts of things, and I also took some acting classes. When I was about five, somebody asked me to be in a movie called The Courtneys of Curzon Street (known in the U.S. as Kathy’s Love Affair in 1947), which I did. It was with Anna Neagle and Michael Wilding. I still have a wooden toy gun with sparkles on it that I used as a toy in the film. I did a couple of more movies after that, and then when I was ten, my uncle emigrated to Australia and my parents and I moved here to California. This was after the war so England wasn't the best place to be at that time. Since I had done some films, my mother figured she would see if she could get me an agent and she managed to do that. I did Challenge to Lassie (1949) and Rogues of Sherwood Forest (1950). That was with with John Derek and Lorna Doone. Then, I auditioned and was lucky enough to get Peter Pan.

 

TG: I first saw Peter Pan during a rerelease when I was seven. I loved the animation, the songs, and the life of the characters. It really solidified my lifelong love of the Disney cartoons. What was the process by which you made Peter Pan?

PC: I started out by doing the voice. Since they didn't have computers in those days like they do now, it was difficult to make the movements of the characters smooth. So, we recorded the voices in the studio first and then after all of the audio was recorded we went onto the set dressed up in our respective costumes and acted out and lip-synched to the recorded voices that were played over a loudspeaker. We acted out all of the stuff that would've been difficult to do frame by frame such as the fencing, the fights with the Indians, and flying through the sky. And so we got to act out the story essentially. It was really fun and quite wonderful.

 

TG: In November 1978 I saw Ralph Bakshi's The Lord of the Rings, the animated version of J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy. The film received a lot of flak at the time for using rotoscoping, a process by which the director photographs live-action people acting out the scenes designed for the film, and then the animators went back in later on and actually traced over the action frame by frame. I actually thought it worked well. Now, had you done any voiceover work prior to Peter Pan?

PC: No, I never had. I never had, it was a new experience.

TG: Was that a change for you?

PC: Well yes, it was. The other actors were in the booth with me when I was performing my dialogue. I found myself really just acting with them. I had this fantasy going on in my head about what I was actually doing, running around and interacting with the other characters or whatever. In that sense, it wasn't that much of a change because like I said I was interacting with all of the other actors and they were acting out their respective roles, too.

TG: Were you told to stick to a script or were you given license to improvise?

PC: Oh no, not at all. There was no improvisation. We absolutely had to stick to the script.

TG: Was there any preparation that you went through for the role?

PC: Well no, I was fifteen years-old and I basically just had to act like a kid! (Laughs) At this point, I had been in the United States for only about four or five years so I was still somewhat British. I still had an accent for the most part. I had to work on that accent in order to lose it. When I originally came to United States, I was wearing short pants that all British schoolchildren wore. I was fairly British and the teenager in me was basically hired to play that part. Since then, as an adult, I've studied with Uta Hagen.

 

TG: Oh, wow. I would have loved to have met her. She was wonderful as the grandmother in Robert Mulligan's The Other. I wish I could have seen her interpretation of Martha in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

PC: She was fabulous! She mastered such an extraordinary technique and she was able to teach it. She has a couple of tapes out that you can get, as well as a couple of books.

 

Paul Collins in Startrek

TG: Yes, I remember her book Respect for Acting.

PC: It's fascinating, the approach she takes. So, when I wasn't working I found myself in her classroom keeping my wheels oiled.

TG: What was your reaction when you heard your voice in the film for the first time?

PC: I think I sat there with my mouth hanging open! (Laughs)

PC: I really don't know, it was such an overwhelming experience! It was really quite wonderful.

TG: What was your experience working with Walt Disney?

PC: Well, I only met him twice. Once, he came into the studio and he pretty much talked to everybody in the cast. That was nice, and he was very pleasant. And then later on he had a party, it was a kid’s party. Of course, I was invited to it. I don't recall if he had the Mouseketeers at that time or not. He talked to me about my experience working on the film, and I basically told him that I enjoyed my time there. He was very unassuming and nobody was buttering him up.

TG: Paul, what do you think is behind the longevity of the classic Disney cartoons such as Peter Pan?

PC: The craftsmanship and the art. These films manage to appeal to both children as well as adults. Many people love seeing these movies as children and many years later they see them from an adult point of view and the film speaks to them on a different level. Not to say that they are simplistic or condescending to the adult audience, mind you. These films were done with a lot of heart and a lot of love. They’re extraordinary, and I'm very pleased and lucky to have been a part of Peter Pan.

 

 

Source: http://www.cinemaretro.com/index.php?/archives/7361-INTERVIEWS-WITH-DISNEY-PETER-PAN-VOICE-ACTORS-KATHRYN-BEAUMONT-AND-PAUL-COLLINS.html interview by Todd Garbarini

 

Terence Conoley

2 episodes: O'Grady in Episode Forbidden fruit season 3 and now I read on a website he also was in episode The Moor as 'old man.'

Terence Conoley was born on July 15, 1919 in Colchester, Essex, England as Terence D Conoley. He was an actor, known for The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin (1976), Angels (1975) and Crossbow (1987). He was married to Roberta Kanal. He died on April 7, 2016 in Twickenham, Middlesex, England at the age of 96.

                                                                                                                                                    And below he was in the Moor as well (with a different haircut).

         

 Below: Fawlty towels with John Cleese                                                                                                                                                                                  

        

 Below: at the John Cleese collection 

                                                                                                                                                             

 

 

Beatrice Conrad

4 episodes: Lady Tanner, The Queen of hearts in Goldilocks, villager in the Moor 1 and 2

2 episodes, 1988-1989

Crossbow: Queen of hearts in Goldielocks                                  Crossbow: villager in The Moor 1 and 2

 

      

 

Crossbow: The taking over of castle Tanner. Lady Tanner

    

            

 

 

James Coombes

Callop 1 episode, 1989   

episocde 63, 'The Silver Rider' - as Callop who, along with his friend and enemy Ambrose, pit strangers against a dangerous masked rider for their own amusement.  

James Coombes was born in Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales. He is an actor, known for Howards' Way (1985), King David (1985) and Murder with Mirrors (1985). He has been married to Cathy Finlay since June 25, 1989. They have three children.

Was the "Milk Tray Man" in the iconic British commercials for the Cadbury's chocolates in the eighties. He took over from Gary Myers. He also led many other major campaigns including the Bafta winning "Boddingtons" commercials.

                      

         

 

Sheila Coren Tissot

Lost Cruisader, John's wife

         

Below Sheila with Steve Buscemi  (Black knight)

         

   She plays in Flight over a cuckoo's nest, Six characters in search of author, Aria da Capo, La Ronde .... and arrives in Paris with her French husband in 1975. She is part of the professional workshop Blanche Salant between 81 and 86, then plays the mother in the Pelican Strindberg, various characters in A journey like no other at the Villette and in sitcoms and series such as Maguy, William Tell, Lili little by little ... She plays also in many short films in English and French as well as in some feature films.  In total, she participated in more than 25 radio plays for France Culture ... and staged many others including A Fifty years she discovered the sea. Denise Chalem with Sylvie Guichenuy, Unorthodox Behavior by Barbara Kahn and Lysistrata of Aristophanes in 2003. As an author, she plays her own mini-texts at the Vaults, writes scripts for short films and translates some plays including one of Tom Stoppard. Finally she teaches from 2000 to 2004 at the acting school Le Magasin and since 1999 animates "acting in English" courses for, among others, Philippe Ferran at Ateliers Pleins Feux. She directs her work of acting as an actor towards silence and gaze, and intervenes as a trainer in training courses in communication techniques.

 

Peter Corey

The Gods

Peter Corey was born in August 1937 in England. He is known for his work on EastEnders (1986) as Vic and Coping with Christmas (1995), One Foot in the Grave (1990) and Coogan's Run (1995). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Corey

Born: in England, UK

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Clovis Cornillac

Edgar 1 episode, 1989

episode 49, 'The Touch' - plays Edgar, the simpleminded youth, who, unable to understand Gessler's evil intentions, betrays Tell to him.

    

    

           

After the version of Nicolas Vanier, then that of Christian Duguay, it is today Clovis Cornillac who realizes the third part of the film saga Belle et Sébastien. This new opus is an epic adventure in which the director plays a "villain" ready to do anything to recover Belle. We find Cheky Karyo and Felix Bossuet in the roles of Cesar and Sebastian. Great show assured! The film was shot in the grandiose landscapes of Maurienne and Briançon. 2018

           

   

 

 

Bertie Cortez

Ambrose, at least 4 episodes, 1987-1989

One of the duo (in Crossbow) Ambroose and Weevil. Wandering con-man, who provide occasional comic relief throughout the first series of episodes.

Bertie Cortez is an actor, known for Crossbow (1987), La fille sur le pont (1999) and Highlander (1992). https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0181343/

 

             

 

      

 

 

Bertie Cortez is an actor, known for Crossbow (1987), La fille sur le pont (1999) and Highlander (1992)

 

      

 

James Cosmo

Anton The Silverrider in 1 episode, 1989

episode 63, 'The Silver Rider' - As Anton a man obsessed with playing sick games with human life by pitting strangers against a masked soldier and betting on the outcome with his fellow plotter.James Cosmo was born on October 27, 1947 in Clydebank, Dunbartonshire, Scotland as James Ronald Gordon Copeland. He is an actor, known for Braveheart (1995), Highlander (1986) and Troy (2004). He has been married to Annie Harris since May 24, 2000.In game of thrones

Anton in The Silver Rider

James Cosmo was born on October 27, 1947 in Clydebank, Dunbartonshire, Scotland as James Ronald Gordon Copeland. He is an actor, known for Braveheart (1995), Highlander (1986) and Troy (2004). He has been married to Annie Harris since May 24, 2000.

Braveheart

          

 

           

    

         

         

 

 

Arthur Cox

Arthur Cox was born on April 7, 1934 in Banbridge, County Down, Northern Ireland. He is an actor, known for Poirot (1989), Doctor Who (1963) and A Dorothy L. Sayers Mystery (1987)  For all his films:  https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0184913/

 

One of 34 performers that have acted in both the 20th Century Doctor Who and the 21st Century Doctor Who.

 

           

 

             

Commence of a doctor Who site: Cully, played by Arthur Cox, is a likable character (even if he and his species' dress style is hilariously misguided!) and his dynamic with his father and the fact that he is always treated as an unreliable laughing stock is interesting to watch. Cox acts very well with the main cast. https://aminoapps.com/c/doctor-who/page/blog/thoughts-on-the-dominators-doctor-who-ultramarathon-44/metk_uQQ4jWVjdBvXmr0Y7G3egRMY

 

Arthur Cox has had the good fortune of appearing across the two different realms of Doctor Who: he played 'Cully' aboard "The Dominators" serial from 1968, and he played 'Mr. Henderson' in 2010's "The Eleventh Hour."

 

 

 

Johnny Crawford

Crown Prince Ignatius at least 6 episodes, 1987-1988

Johnny Crawford - Prince Ignatius in episode 19, 20, 21 and 24

episodes 19 20, 21, and 24, 'The Citadel' - The former Mousketeer appeared as Crown Prince Ignatius, the dim-witted and constantly inebriated, enormous hat wearing, son of the emperor, whom Gessler manipulates with gifts and compliments.

Actor, singer, musician, band leader, 26 March 1946, Los Angeles, California, USA, John Ernest Crawford is 5' 8" (1.73 m). He was one of Walt Disney's original Mouseketeers in 1955 and the brother of Robert Crawford Jr. , son of Robert Crawford.

He had five top 40 hits in the 1960s, Crawford's recording of "Cindy's Birthday" peaked at 8 on Billboard's Top 40 in 1962. Most famous for portraying Chuck Connors sensitive young son, Mark McCain, on TV series "The Riflemen" (1958). Continued performing in theater and nightclubs after his early TV and pop-music heydays. A former member of the PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) and the AJRA (American Junior Rodeo Association), he competed frequently at rodeos throughout the country during the 1960s and early 1970s. He is of Russian-Jewish, German, English and Irish heritage.

             

Biography: Johnny Crawford was born in Los Angeles, California, and is of Russian Jewish, German, English and Irish heritage. Both his older brother Robert L. (Jr.) and his father Robert (Sr.) were nominated for Emmy Awards (for acting and film editing, respectively). One of Walt Disney's original Musketeers in 1955, Crawford has acted on stage, in films, and on television. Disney started out with 24 original Musketeers. At the end of the first season, the studio had reduced the number to 12 and Johnny was released from his contract. His first important break as an actor followed with the title role in a Lux Video Theatre production of "Little Boy Lost," a live NBC broadcast on March 15, 1956. Following that performance, the young actor worked steadily with many seasoned actors and directors. Within two and a half years, he accumulated almost sixty television credits, including featured roles in three episodes of "The Loretta Young Show" and an appearance as Manuel in "I Am an American," an episode of the crime drama Sheriff of Cochise. By the spring of 1958 he had also performed fourteen demanding roles in live teleplays on NBC's Matinee Theatre, appeared on CBS's sitcom Mr. Adams and Eve, and made three pilots for a series. The third pilot, which was made as an episode of Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater, was picked up by ABC and the first season of The Rifleman would begin filming in July 1958. 

- He was nominated for an Emmy Award at the age of thirteen for his role as Mark McCain, the son of Lucas McCain, played by Chuck Connors, in the Four Star Television series The Rifleman, which originally aired from 1958 to 1963 on ABC. During this time, Crawford had wide popularity with American teenagers and a recording career that generated five Top 40 hits, including the single "Cindy's Birthday," which peaked at #8 on Billboard's Top 40 in 1962. His other hits included "Proud" (#29, 1963), "Your Nose is Gonna Grow" (#14, 1962) and "Rumors" (#12, 1962).

                

Throughout The Rifleman's five seasons, there was a remarkable on-screen chemistry between Connors and Crawford in the depiction of their father-son relationship. They were still close friends when Connors died on November 10, 1992, and Crawford gave a eulogy at his memorial. While enlisted in the United States Army for two years, he worked on training films as a production coordinator, assistant director, script supervisor and occasional actor. He was an E-5 when he received an honorable discharge in December 1967.

Since 1992, Crawford has led the California-based Johnny Crawford Orchestra, which specializes in vintage dance music. The orchestra's first album, Sweepin' the Clouds Away, was released August 5, 2008.

He reconnected with his high school sweetheart, Charlotte Samco, in 1990, and they wed in 1995. http://www.thejohnnycrawford.com/  

                  

 

Rod Culbertson

One of Roland's men, fighting against the Emperor.

         

    

           

Born in Sunderland, County Durham he attended Bede Grammar School and then studied art at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama before embarking on a successful stage and screen career.

Culbertson played the role of Paul McCartney in the film Birth of The Beatles directed by Richard Marquand. He also acted in the film Elizabeth as Master Ridley.

 

Raoul Curet

He was in two episodes of two seasons. First in 'Message to Geneva' and later as a priest in 'Spirit of Rebellion' Tell tries to find answers in church but he is sent away.

         

Raoul Curet is a French actor born September 8, 1920 in Paris, France. He was an actor, known for La gloire de mon père (1990), Le château de ma mère (1990) and Les brigades du Tigre (1974). He died on December 29, 2016 in Aix-en-Provence, Bouches-du-Rhône, France and died on December 29, 2016 (at age 96).

 

He is the son of Eugène Curet, lawyer at the court, journalist (editor of the newspaper "Le Journal" and "Little Niçois") and writer (Grand Prix of literature Rhone for his book "Chroniques de Peyrolles") . Passionate about theater and aviation, he began on the stage as a teenager as an amateur by creating a troupe in Manosque with his comrades at the time. "The happy days" of Claude-André Puget, which he staged by interpreting the role of Bernard, earned him a personal success. The war interrupted his hopes and he joined the Air Force where he joined the flying school. 

He was notably singer in the group of Quat'Jeudis. There is a second role that we have seen in cinema in The Man on the Buick, The Life, The Rabid Sheep and The Corsican Inquiry. He also made television. He was Glenn Ford's V.F., in Gilda, 3:10 to Yuma.

                   

              

 

Clive Curtis

In 1 episode The Shadow as Benzai, 1989

Clive Curtis is a British stunt performer, stunt coordinator and actor who was Ricco Ross' stunt

double as Private Frost in the 1986 film Aliens. Curtis was also Yaphet Kotto's stunt double as Parker in the 1979 film Alien, although his scenes were cut from the final film. Other notable films Curtis has appeared in include Superman II (1980), Batman (1989), Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991), Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 (2011) and several films in the James Bond series.

    

   

Clive Curtis is known for his work on Skyfall (2012), Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011) and Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014).

He was the Joker thug who gives Batman a brutal beating before being thrown down the bell fry in Batman (1989).

 

Former weight lifting champion. Heigth: 5' 11½" (1,82 m)

The first black British stuntman on the Equity Stunt Register.

1983 Never say never again - James Bond

1983 Octopussy James-Bond     With William H. Burton, Jr., Eddie Powell and Tip Tipping

1985 Crossbow guestappearance as Basai. 

1985 A View to a Kill – james Bond. Uncredited; with Simon Crane, Eddie Powell and Trevor Steedman 

1986  Aliens Uncredited 

1989 Batman  With Carl Chase, Simon Crane, Christopher Fairbank, Leon Herbert, Mac McDonald, Mark Anthony Newman, Eddie Powell and Tip Tipping, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves With Simon Crane, N ick Gillard, Mark Anthony Newman, Eddie Powell, Denise Ryan, Tip Tipping and Michael Wincott, 2011  Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2   With John Hurt and C. C. Smiff

 

 

 

Roger Daltrey

Francois Arconciel in episode The Alchemist. 1 episode, 1987

The lead singer of The Who counts among his many acting credits the lead in Tommy, Chasing Destiny, Like It Is, and most recently Dark Prince: The True Story of Dracula. In addition he has his continued performing in concert including in the 1992 Freddie Mercury Concert Tribute. He made an appearance as Francois Arconciel, an hysterical minstrel, who's been trapped in an evil alchemist's game for several years

 

      

 

      

 

3 photos from Dana Barron's Album

 

      

 

 

 

 

           

 

Roger Daltrey with Peter Townshend

 

     

 

 

 

 

"Roger Daltrey Presents: Teen Cancer America" is a special programming lineup featuring the legendary front man for The Who, Roger Daltrey, speaking about his involvement in raising awareness around the special needs of teenage cancer patients through his non-profit organization Teen Cancer America.

 

"Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who" followed by a short documentary by filmmaker and teen cancer survivor Hernan Barangan that was executive produced by Daltrey and Teen Cancer America called “Road Rebellion.”  

Roger Daltrey’s commitment to teenagers with cancer is a result of his realization of how much his music has impacted teenagers, and how this age group in particular has contributed to his success in life. “These are your teenagers. They need your support,” says Daltrey. “They are your community and they are your future. They deserve to have better treatment!” He has demonstrated his support by helping the foundation and growth of Teenage Cancer Trust in the UK for 26 years. The charity helps teenagers have a better hospital experience while going through treatment for cancer.

https://www.kcet.org/shows/roger-daltrey-presents-who-cares-teen-cancer-america/roger-daltrey-presents-teen-cancer

http://www.mainlinetoday.com/Main-Line-Today/May-2015/Bala-Cynwyds-Howard-Jaffe-Joins-Roger-Daltrey-in-the-Fight-Against-Teen-Cancer/

 

https://www.mlive.com/news/kalamazoo/index.ssf/2016/03/the_whos_roger_daltrey_to_head.html

 

Next: The Who in Rotterdam '97.

I've seen the Who in 1997 live in Rotterdam. We were in the front row. I went together with an older friend, who remembers them very well from their youth. We were blown away. We were so very impressed. This band was alive and kicking and what an energy and show! Daltrey himself was in top condition then in 1997 but It seems he still is in 2018!

 

 

 

 

France Daunic

Actors

France Daunic is an actress, known for L'arbre de Noël (1969).

 

     

 

      

 

 

 

 

Andrew Davis

Brother Damian, 1 episode, 1988

Andrew Davis is an actor and director, known for Good Hair Pretty Hair Curly Hair (1991), The Equalizer (1985) and American Playhouse (1981)episode 38, 'The Soul Seekers' - as Brother Damian, a monk who experiments on human beings in an attempt to discover their souls.

 

      

 

      

 

            

 

 

 

Raoul Delfosse

In Crossbow: Pelgrim in The Citadel

                 

 

Raoul Delfosse was born on May 12, 1924 in Aulnoy-lez-Valenciennes, Nord, France. He was an actor, known for Het Proces (1962), French Connection II (1975) and La grande collection (1991). He died on November 27, 2009.

 a French character actor who voiced Rygel in the French dub of Farscape.

Delfosse began acting in films in the 1950s, often as military officers, policemen, or sailors. His credits include a range of French, British, and internationally co-produced titles, including The Trial (with Anthony Perkins, as a policeman), Charade (with James Coburn), French Connection II (a ship captain), Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo (with Don Knotts, as a police captain), and Hour of the Pig (as Blind George, with Ian Holm, Vincent Grass, and Elizabeth Spriggs).

On TV, Delfosse guest starred on The New Avengers (with Joanna Lumley) and appeared in two installments of the French Maigret series as the director of the police judiciaire. His dub credits included Steven Hill on Law & Order, Ian Abercrombie as Mr. Pitt on Seinfeld, Albert Hague on Fame, King Koopa on Super Mario Brothers, and Grandpa on the animated series Teen Wolf.

 

 

 

Jean-François Demange

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cr6z9Rqlf_o

3 episodes: The Bet 1987 and in 1988 The Electors The Rock

 

    

    

Jean-François Demange is known for his work on The Man in the Iron Mask (1998), La fille de d'Artagnan (1994) and La reine Margot (1994).

 

 

Jerome Dempsey

The Promised Land (The Tower) soldier

           

 

Jerome Dempsey was born on March 1, 1929 in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. He was an actor, known for Network (1976), Brewster's Millions (1985) and The Hudsucker Proxy and Once upon a times (1994). He retired from acting in 1994 following the filming of Once Upon a Time and died on August 26, 1998 at the age of 69 due to heart failure.  Drama Desk Award voor outstanding featured actor in a play.

Wrote  part of the The Arthur Miller Audio Collection. Book of Arthur Miller, Dustin Hoffman, John Berry, Mildred Dunnock en Ulu Grosbard. Authors: Arthur Miller, Dustin Hoffman, John Berry, Mildred Dunnock, Ulu Grosbard, Jerome A. Dempsey Genre: Drama   

He, Leonard Jackson and Nicole Leach all had roles in "The Cosby Show".

   

 

Jean-Claude Deret

In Thierry la Fronde

From the 1950s, Jean-Claude Deret emigrated to Canada and spent nine years in Montreal, sharing his activities between television, theater and cabaret. He becomes a major player on Radio Canada. He receives a reward for his portrayal of Aaron, the story of an old Jew who died of grief when his son changed his name.

 

Back in France in 1960, Deret conceived and wrote the 52 episodes of Thierry la Fronde. The soap opera will be broadcast in more than thirty countries. He interprets the role of Messire Florent.

 

He then divides his activities between his roles in theater and television, scriptwriting, plays, children's novels and song (singer-songwriter).

         

In Crossbow he was about 67 years and below in Thierry la Fronde 42-43 years old

       

Jean-Claude Deret, born Claude Breitman, (July 11, 1921 – December 12, 2016) was a French television writer, songwriter, actor, playwright, and author of children's books and detective novels.

Early life: Jean-Claude Deret was born as Claude Breitman on July 11, 1921. His family were secular Jews from Russia. One of his great-grandfathers was a psychiatrist. He lost a relative in The Holocaust.

Career: Deret started his career as a songwriter and singer in Saint-Germain-des-Prés in the late 1940s. By 1950, he emigrated to Quebec, where he became a theatre and television actor. Nine years later, in 1959, he returned to France and within a few years he created Thierry la Fronde, a television series. Between 1963 and 1966, he wrote 52 episodes.

Deret founded Le Théâtre du cercle, a theatre company in Saint-Gervais-la-Forêt. Additionally, he authored children's books and detective novels. He also wrote plays, including Samuel dans l'île, which was nominated for a Molière Award in 2006. Meanwhile, he continued to act, for example starring in Beautiful Memories in 2001. He also continued to write songs, and he performed at the Théâtre de Poche Montparnasse in April 2014. He wrote 50 songs over the course of his career. In 2016, he directed Salauds de pauvres, a short film about poor people in France. More about him at: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Claude_Deret

Personal life and death: Deret had three children, including actress Zabou Breitman with Céline Léger.

Deret died in Paris on December 12, 2016, aged 95. He was cremated at the Père Lachaise Cemetery on December 17

 

 

Diane Deriaz  (1927-2013)

      

 

      

 

          

 

      

 

It was in 1961 that Lauwrence Durrel Diane Deriaz gave an empty note sheet on which the cover 'Diane Deriaz - memoires' is written and: 'We have to start.' 

Diane waited twenty-seven years to blacken the pages ... 

This book "LA TÊTE A L'ESPERS" reads through the details of its details as a diary with its joys, its dramas, its emotions and makes the reader want to know its author.

In 1988 I met Diane when her book came out. Her conversation, her humor, her view of things and people fascinated me (I think that's the right word!) And led her to want to visit her life through her book. 

B. Pavelek

 

writer, flight attendant, trapeze artist, wrestler, friend of poets including Olivier Larronde, Diane Deriaz was an athlete of great beauty. She has known many post-war artists and frequented Cocteau, Picasso or Max Ernst. Alternately model Man Ray or muse Eluard, she has fascinated the surrealists.

It was a personality of Saint-Leu where she lived since 1932.

She who wanted to swap her real name (Jeannine Raymonde) by that of Diane, recounted her memories in a book published in 1988 by Albin Michel "The head upside down, Memories of a trapeze artist among poets". Lawrence Durrell, who had pushed him to write his memoirs in 1961, made the preface twenty-seven years later! Her book was even translated into Japanese, a language she learned as a result of various stays in the land of the rising sun. Remember that Diane was a time stewardess of Japan Airlines and that it allowed him to shine in the wide world!

 

 

 

Erik Deshors

The Stallion as 'Falcon'

          

 

          

 

 

Guy Dirigo

Nemesis.

Guy Dirigo is an actor, known for Blood of the Hunter (1995)  

Rumeurs 1984 and in 1976  L' Echappatoire. In 1972  Les Deracines

     

 

 

Vernon Dobtcheff

 

Kind monk, 1 episode, 1988

episode 27, 'Trolls' - His face has become extremely familiar on the screen in character roles in such films as Fiddler on the Roof, Hilary and Jackie, Jude, Surviving Picasso, and Jefferson in Paris. The immensity and diversity of his work is due partly to his fluency in English, French, Italian, and German.

In Crossbow he appeared as a kind monk who has devoted his life to aiding a group of cave dwelling albinos who have been isolated from the outside world

 

      

                                                                                                            

                     

 

   In the spy who loved me                                                                                   

      

          

 

      

Dobtcheff was born in Nîmes, France, to a family of Russian descent.He attended Ascham Preparatory School in Eastbourne, Sussex, England, in the 1940s, where he won the Acting Cup. One of his many television roles was as the Chief Scientist in the Doctor Who series The War Games in 1969, in which he became the first actor ever to mention the Time Lords by name. He also appeared in the Blake's 7 episode "Shadow" as the Chairman of the Terra Nostra in 1979. The most famous movies in which he has appeared are The Day of the Jackal (1973), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989), and Before Sunset (2004).

In his 2006 memoir Red Carpets and Other Banana Skins, British actor Rupert Everett describes an encounter with Dobtcheff on the boat train to Paris, and reveals his extraordinary reputation as the "patron saint" of the acting profession, stating that Dobtcheff "was legendary not so much for his acting as for his magical ability to catch every first night in the country". Widely travelled and prone to pop up in the most unlikely of locales, if unable to attend an opening night, Dobtcheff will still endeavour to send the cast a card wishing the production good luck.

Dobtcheff appeared in the Doctor Who audio drama The Children of Seth in which he plays the role of Shamur.

 

 

 

Leo Dolan

Below: Tell delivers his weapon to Leo Doolan. Tell is in a depression after his wife is killed and his son ran away. they asking his name and they won't believe this is William Tell in this state. And they sent him off.

 

      

Episode 24 Rebirth

Doolan and his collegue they suspect Maathew could be the son of Tell but they are still not sure. Matthew denies. When they have to go on secrret mission they can't take Mathew further with them.

But they arn him: Lucky your not the son of Tell. Gessler arrived in the province this morning and Tell's life is in real danger. When the soldiers disappeared Matthew realizes it is now of never to  go back to his father. And he hurries to find his dad to say sorry and to help him and promiss to never leave him again. An episodes of many impressive elemets (the murder on Katrina, The lost of Katrina and Matthew and the sudden danger Tell gets in after he is betrayed by a jealous employer).

Leo Dolan was born on July 31, 1943 in London, England. He was an actor, known for The Long Good Friday (1980), Keeping Up Appearances (1990) and Stand Up, Virgin Soldiers (1977). He was married to Sheila McIntosh. He died on August 19, 2003 in London.

in London, England, UK Died:(age 60) in London, England, UK

As Soldier in episode 24, 'The Rebirth' - Dolan grew a beard and played one of Gessler's soldiers who is searching for Tell and winds up recruiting a scheming Matthew to be in the governor's guard.

Leo Dolan was born on July 31, 1943 in London, England. He was an actor, known for The Long Good Friday (1980), Keeping Up Appearances (1990) and Stand Up, Virgin Soldiers (1977). He was married to Sheila McIntosh. He died on August 19, 2003 in London. 

     Left two photos below: David Janson as the postman of the Bucket residence and sometimes Leo did the job.

The Charity Shop (1990) ... the Postman, - Daddy's Accident (1990) ... the Postman)

                      

                                                                                                                                                                                       Leo Dollan in The Bill

                

Michael the Postman, a man always in dismay when delivering to the Bucket residence on “Keeping Up Appearances” was played by David Janson (Born Jackson in 1950) (Michael the Postman was portrayed in some episodes by actor Leo Dolan on bottom right.) For the people who never seen it in their country

('Keeping Up Appearances' was a populair comedy series about a snobbish housewife is determined to climb the social ladder, in spite of her family's working class connections and the constant chagrin of her long suffering husband).

 

      

 

 

 

Van Doude

A Dutch actor. The professor who teaches the crownprince

      

 

      

 

I'm proud of the fact there has been a Dutch Crossbow gueststar. Van Doude was born on May 28, 1926 in Haarlem, Noord-Holland, Netherlands as Doude van Herwijnen. He was an actor, known for Love in the Afternoon (1957), À bout de souffle (1960) and The Day of the Jackal (1973). He died on August 18, 2018.

 

 

 

Mark Drewry

episode 11

Mark Drewry was born on April 29, 1955 in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England. He was an actor, known for The Scarlet Pimpernel (1982), About a Boy (2002) and King David (1985). He died on October 19, 2004 in London, England.

 

He was critically injured after being knocked off his bike in a road accident in February 2002 as he was returning home from rehearsals at the Bush Theatre, London for Richard Cameron's "The Glee Club". He died as a result of his injuries some two years later.

 

 

Jeanette Driver

Diana

2 episodes, 1989

episode 68, 'The Amazon' - as Diana, a no-nonsense woman warrior, taught from birth to dispise men.

           

 

             

Jeanette Driver is a British actress. She recently played Nora Helmer in Ingmar Bergman's "Nora" at, The Pacific Resident Theatre in Venice CA, and received rave reviews. Her performance was selected by Backstage West as One of the Most Outstanding Performances of 2012.

Jeanette was born in Manchester, England, the middle child from a family of seven. Her father worked as a door to door salesman and her mother was a clothes machinist. Jeanette's passion for acting began at age eight, on a rainy Sunday afternoon while watching Jennifer Jones in "Duel in the Sun" on TV with her grandmother. As a teenager Jeanette worked on the weekends as an usherette at The Royal Exchange Theatre where she had the good fortune to be able to observe acclaimed and distinguished actors such as Tom Courtenay, Eleanor Bron, Liam Neeson, Janet Mcteer, among many others, perform again and again. She won a grant to study acting in London, during which, she supported herself by modeling and waitressing. For her graduation she wrote a play based on the life of Mata Hari in which she played the title role. On leaving she performed in theatre across the UK with such companies as The Young Vic's touring company and Vanessa Redgrave's Moving Theatre Company. Following appearances on British and French television Jeanette moved to Los Angeles (source imdb)

Had a stint working as a hypnotist's assistant in Blackpool Tower. Chosen by the late veteran film director Ken Russell for a movie in which her audition mostly consisted of doing a Hawaiian dance. Has appeared in many commercials across Europe.

Attended an all girls convent school where she had a talent for mimicry. She created, performed and directed short plays. one of which, she adapted from her favorite story, The Lion The Witch and the Wardrobe.

 

 

Thierry Dubost

Rebirth and The Promised Land

Thierry Dubost is an actor, known for An Egg with No Shell (1992).

There is one actor who did one movie and this is the photo of him from 1992. I can't match him with his role in Crossbow yet.

 

     

If it isn't him below then it must be an soldier that can hardly be recognized

 

      

 

 

 

 

Bill Dunn

Rebirth soldier, the same man

 

      

 

Bill Dunn is an actor, known for 8th Wonderland (2008), Présumé dangereux (1990) and Le voyageur sans bagage

 

 

 

 

 

Claude Duneton

Lost Cruisader

     

Claude Duneton was born in 1935 in Lagleygeolle, Corrèze, France. He was an actor and writer, known for Trois couleurs: Bleu (1993), La double vie de Véronique (1991) and 37°2 le matin (1986). He died on March 21, 2012 in Lille, Nord, France at the age of 76. Was professor of English for 20 years, author of numerous books, columnist for the Figaro. 

 

Son of peasants, Claude Duneton lives a rough childhood under the Occupation4, leaves school for lack of money and becomes an apprentice fitter in Brive. He is in school again in fifth grade at the age of 16 and, jumping classes, he starts a brilliant schooling. He will finish major of his promotion of the Normal School of Tulle and will integrate even the prestigious high school Henri IV in Paris.

 

Of occitan culture, however, he became an English teacher for fifteen years , then left the career4. He wants a French language open to popular and dialectal contributions, as is, in his eyes, the English language; he mentions it in 1973 in his book Parler Croquant, which meets a "huge success". He received the Academy Award 2006 for all of his work. 

 

Claude Duneton was born in 1935 in Lagleygeolle, Corrèze, France. He was an actor and writer, known for Trois couleurs: Bleu (1993), La double vie de Véronique (1991) and 37°2 le matin (1986). He died on March 21, 2012 in Lille, Nord, France. For more films: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0242211/

 

     

 

             

Claude Duneton, born April 21, 1935 in Lagleygeolle (Correze) and died March 21, 2012 in Lille (at 76 years), is a French writer, novelist and translator1, historian of language, chronicler to Figaro Literary and comedian. He campaigned for regional languages, notably Occitan2, and for a French language rooted in the people

 

 

 

Marco Duret

Message from Geneve

Born: 28 september 1957 (61 jaar), Nice, Frankrijk   Brother: Eric Duret

Marc has worked with top directors like Luc Besson, Mathieu Kassovitz, Yann Kounen, Volker Schlöndorff, Fred zinnemann, Michael Haneke, Remy Watehouse, Claude Chabrol, Tom Fontana, Ronald D Moore or Metin Hüseyin... Graduate from the National Dramatic Art Conservatory of Paris, Marc has pushed the gates of the Rose Brudford college (UK) and the Stella Adler Conservatory in New York City. Revealed by Luc Besson in "the Big Blue", Cesar nominated for his performance in "Nikita", Marc traces his way through films like :"Heroin" G. Krawczick, "Hatred" M. Kassovitz or "Doberman" Y. Kounen. In Italy he is "Martino" in Tonino Zangardi's "Getaway of love" and guest in "Il Comisario Maltese" Rai 1. He shoots International Series as :"The man who lived at the Ritz" (NBC), "Star Hunter" (Canal+), "Dalziel & Pascoe" (BBC) Tom Fontana's "The Philanthropist"» (NBC) & "Borgia" (Canal +) where he plays the machiavelic Cardinal G. Briconnet. He then becomes the comical epicuran Minister Jo Duvernay in Ronald D Moore - Metin Hüseyin : "Outlander". He portrays "Miltiades" in ancient greek for ARTE. And "Napoleon - A Russian campaign", a prestige Documentary/Fiction directed by Fabrice Hourlier. In the movies, he is directed by Fred Zinnemann "Five days one summer". Gerard Krawczyk "Heroïne", (International critic nomination), Michael Haneke "Code Unknown" with Juliette Binoche, Rémy Waterhouse "Mille Millièmes", Volker Schlöndorff "The Ogre" with John Malkovitch, "The third Day" B. Stora - Claude Chabrol. On stage, he is "Cyrano", "Angelo Tyran of Padova", "Trigorine" in "The Seagul", then "Bent", "Six Characters in search of an author", "Two Gents of Verona" (NYSU). J.C. Cotillard hires him for "All men are born Ego". He is "Alcacer" in Montherland's "Dom Juan", then "Europe", S. Loïc, "Juste La Fin Du Monde", J.C. Lagarce - J. Jouanneau. Marc also participates in readings with the "Moving Parts Theater Group" directed by Stephanie Campion.
 

            

 

      

 

                  

 

 

 

 

Anthony Dutton

Farmer, 1 episode, 1988

Episode 27, 'Trolls' - Appeared as a n angry farmer who has been hunting the trolls he believes to have been looting his land

 

Anthony Dutton was an actor, known for EastEnders (1985), Department S (1969) and The Avengers (1961), Casualty, Robin of Sherwood (1986) as Adam Bell. He died on November 30, 2013 in Brinsworth House, Twickenham, Middlesex, England

                                                                                       Below in Demsey and Makepeace

 

      

 

Anthony Dutton plays an angry farmer who prtected his land against 'trolls' He and other farmers put traps in the forest to catch trolls. But one of the traps catches Matthew and wounded him seriously.

 

           

 

             

 

 

Neil Elliot

Neil Elliot in episode 46 Amnesty in chateau Tarascon.

 

Neil Elliott is an actor, known for Yesterday (1981) and Phenom (1993).

Below with Elizabeth Kaza during Crossbow                                                                                                 

      

 

      

 

             

 

 

 

Christian Erickson

Lascal

1 episode, 1987

Episode 8, 'The Dukes of Zharingen'- Shown here in the most recent film adaptation of The Man in the Iron Mask . He appeared as Lascal an agent of the Emperor who has succeeded in tricking three senile dukes into funding an imaginary war while entertaining them with deadly games between unwitting trespassers

 

     

 

      

 

       

 

Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc 1999
La Tremoille, at the right Christian Erickson and the left Edwin Apps (gueststar in Crsosbow in three episodes),  right below: C. Erickson

         

    

showreel: https://vimeo.com/87989209

 

Norman Eshley

Woodsman in Goldielocks 1 episode, 1989

    

           

Norman Eshley (born 30 May 1945) is an English actor best known for his television roles.

Eshley attended Bristol Grammar School and worked in a bank, before training as an actor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. He played many Shakespearean roles on stage. His first screen role was in the 1968 film The Immortal Story, directed by Orson Welles. He played a lead character, Steve, in Blind Terror (1971) and appeared in the Pete Walker horror film House of Mortal Sin in 1975. He is possibly best known for his role in the sitcom George and Mildred (1976–79) as the snobbish, right-wing estate agent Jeffrey Fourmile, the foil to George. He had previously played characters in its direct predecessor, Man About the House (1976), as Robin Tripp's brother Norman who married Chrissy, but in an earlier episode in 1974 he had played a sleazy married executive named Ian Cross who tried to seduce Chrissy. Other TV credits include: Department S (1969), Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) (1970), Thriller ("The Colour of Blood"/US title: "The Carnation Killer", 1973) as an escaped serial killer, Warship (1973–74), The Onedin Line (1974), The Duchess of Duke Street, I, Claudius, The Sweeney (all 1976), Secret Army (1977), Return of the Saint (1978), The Professionals (1980), Minder (1985), Brookside (1986), Taggart (1990), Cadfael (1994), One Foot in the Grave (1997), Dangerfield (1998), Murder Most Horrid (1999), and The Bill (1999–2000). In 1988 he appeared in a public information film about road safety called "Accident in Park Road". His character is seen driving a Ford Escort before running over a child who dashes out between cars in front of him. He is questioned by Graham Cole who plays a policeman, a role he played as PC Tony Stamp in The Bill. Along with Douglas Fielding, he provided the narration for the Blind Guardian album Nightfall in Middle-Earth. He had roles in the BBC TV series New Tricks (2007) and A Christmas Campaign (short, 2011). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norman_Eshley.

In 1993 he was a passenger in a car which was involved in a crash in the Dordogne in France. He sustained multiple injuries, including head trauma. He has appeared in few TV programmes since then.

 

 

Francine Eymery

Villager in episode 'Birthright'

Francine Eymery is an actress, known for Le miroir de l'eau (2004), La vie en miettes (2011) and Haute Pierre (2002).

 

           

As far we can find she joined a theathercompany called Les Argonauts in Marseille. This is what IMDB says: Francine Eymery is an actress, known for Le miroir de l'eau (2004), La vie en miettes (2011) and Haute Pierre (2002).

 

 

 

Max Fairchild

1 episode, 1988 as Yanek in Nemesis

He had a guestrole in the Australian series The Flying doctors as a cop, unfortunately 1 episode of the 200. Peronally; this Australian series is one of my favourites. I was very surprised he suddenlt showed up while watching ;)

 

Mad Max, Mad Max 2, Blood brothers

Television Print Personal appearances Beau. For Y&R Mattingly. 1993 / 2002 Client. Beaurepaire Tyres 80 Commercials Created by Paul Hankinson and Roger Ginsberg. John Skaro and Roger Nance. Casting Director Greg Apps
Theatre Of Mice and Men. By John Steinbeck Role :Lennie Director :Ray Lawler Melbourne Theatre Company 1976
Promises Promises JC Williamson Director Fred Hebert With Orson Bean. Role Karl Kuberlick

Besides Mel Gibson, he is the only other actor to appear in both Mad Max (1979) and Mad Max 2 (1981). He played Benno Swaisey in the former and a broken victim in the latter.
Acted in three feature films for director Philippe Mora. Both attended University High School in Melbourne, Australia.

 

             

In Crossbow: Near Tell's place, Stefan meets Yanek on the road. He recognize him from long ago.  He wants stefan to bring a message to Tell. Tell has to meet at the old monastery next morning. If he refuses to come he would kill a man every day longer. Matthew sees his father worrying and want to find out who is waiting upthere and decided to go earlier than Tell. But he underestimates the enemy. A role that suits Max perfectly. As a young teenager I was pretty impressed by him.

 

             

 

      

 

These three photos below: Max Fairchild had a guestrole in our favourite Australian 80 ties series 'The Flying Doctors.'

 

          

 

 

RIP Max Fairchild. Many classics to his name including Getting of Wisdom, Mad Max 1&2, Salute of the Jugger, Matlock and Homicide on TV

 

 

A small tribute to our Dutch hero actor Rutger Hauer and who is pictured here with Max

Below Max Fairchild together in The Bloodhero's 1989. Our Dutch (Friesian) Rutger Hauer is our Dutch hero Floris. We see him as the Dutch Robin Hood, Ivan Hoe, William Tell, Thierry la Fronde. (He was in Ladyhawk, Buffy the Vampire Slayer as Lothos, A Breed apart, Blade runner and many more at

th America (TV Series documentary Narrator 2013, 7 parts) . And in 2018 he is acting working.

 

     

The making of the series was decided in 1967 by Carel Enkelaar, director of the NTS. Ankle saw that the British series Ivanhoe, the French series Thierry la Fronde and the Flemish series Johan and the Alverman, who all played in the Middle Ages, were very successful. He felt that the Netherlands should also have such a television series and commissioned drama translator Gerard Soeteman to come up with a proposal. He then wrote a script for a series about a knight and a fakir named Floris and the Fakir. Director verhoeven, shot around 1968.

 

Below Rutger Hauer in the Hitcher and the right picture as Floris

 

     

 

 

 

Jean-Claude Falet

 

Jean-Claude Falet is an actor, known for The English Wife (1995) and La femme des autres (1991).

Jean-Claude Falet

 

He began his training in J.M. Florensa's drama class and perfected in Paris with Tania Balachova and Jacques Fontan. He then discusses the tragedy with Hadel Hakim and the direction of actors with Andrzej Severyn. His meeting with Jean Claude Fall will confirm his taste for a demanding actor's work, privileging personal involvement and sincerity

He plays leading roles, such as Nero in Britannicus, Sganarelle or Orgon at Moliere, the King in The King dies of Ionesco, the Emperor in The Architect and the Emperor of Assyria of Fernando Arrabal. He tries to staging new Maupassant and turns for television: Vadim tells Saint Germain, Jean Challosse, William Tell, Game, set and women.

 

He created the company Théâtre Label Etoile in 2006 and co-produced the show Mémoire de ma mémoire, by Gérard Chaliand, in creation at the Avignon Festival 2007

           

He must be in this episode but we are not sure. Below some photos of actors who were no identified yet, I don't think he is in this one. Does anyone knows more?

 

     

 

 

 

Sebastien Floche

 

 The warden in episode Message to Geneve

     

Sébastien Floche is an actor, known for Les chemins de l'exil ou Les dernières années de Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1978).

 

 

                 

 

For all his movies please visit the imdb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0282469/

 

 

Gregory Floy

Bardolph

1 episode, 1988 Bardolphe the nightmare

Gregory Floy was born in 1946 in Leicester, England. He is an actor, known for Lady Oscar (1979), On the Line (1982) and In Your Dreams (1996)

           

In Crossbow he gives young men poisoned wine and let them shout out the revolution. A man in pain; the same thing happened to him as to the son of Tell but he missed. Now he triesd to influence Matthew and make him turn against his father.

 

          

 

 

 

Eric Flynn

Eric Flynn as Ivanhoe

            

 

 

           Er ic Flynn as Ivanhoe in a 1970 TV mini-series Ivanhoe.           Roger Moore as Sir Wilfred of Ivanhoe (39 episode, 1958-1959) was the first Ivanhoe

 

      

 

 

Left: Eric Flynn in his 50 ties and Eric Flynn in his 40-ties in Crossbow (Episode the Inquisitor in Montmajour).

     

 

              

 

         

 

Family: Flynn's sons by his first marriage, Jerome and Daniel Flynn are both actors. He also had a daughter, Kerry, by his first marriage.[1] Flynn married his second wife Caroline, a South African, in 1981. His daughter from his second marriage, Lillie Flynn, finished a three-year acting degree at The Central School of Speech and Drama in 2007 and his son, Johnny, is also an actor and singer.

 

Source: an article 10 days after his dead in The Independent at Thursday 14 March 2002 01:00 

Eric William Flynn, actor: born Hainan Island, China 13 December 1939; married 1959 Fern Warner (two sons, one daughter; marriage dissolved 1981), 1981 Caroline Forbes (one son, one daughter); died Llanrhian, Pembrokeshire 4 March 2002. 

One of the most talented performers of his day in musical theatre – a fine actor with a powerful flexible voice and a magnetic stage presence – Eric Flynn would have had a much more structured career had the indigenous British musical been in better health during his prime. 

As it was he served his time in the blockbusters of the period – appearing at various stages of the long runs of both Chess and Evita in the 1980s (both Prince Edward Theatre) – but too much of his career was spent giving excellent performances in shows often indifferent at best, or overseas. 

His background was unusual. He was born in China, where he spent his boyhood, a significant part of it interred along with his family in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp. He did not reach England until his teenage years.

 

After leaving his Kent school he won a Rada scholarship; his first professional appearances were in the classical theatre, and something of a baptism of fire.

 

A Stratford season included small roles in Franco Zeffirelli's disastrous production of Othello (Memorial Theatre, 1961), an ego-trip of major proportions – to describe Zeffirelli's designs, inspired by Veronese, as lavish would be a major understatement – which crushed stars (John Gielgud, Peggy Ashcroft, Dorothy Tutin) and supporting players alike; Flynn could be wildly funny recalling this production.

 

He also played a Bassanio of considerable charm in The Merchant of Venice. With commendable versatility, Flynn then went into a Palladium pantomime, Man in the Moon (1962). Early television appearances led to his casting in the title role of the popular 1970 television serial Ivanhoe, in which his virile good looks and swashbuckling skills reminiscent of his namesake Errol were used to splendid effect. 

 

With the departure of the original New York cast, Flynn had the chance to star in one of the best American musicals of the 1970s, Company (Her Majesty's, 1972), directed by Hal Prince. The central role of Bobby, the bachelor hero much urged towards matrimony by his chic Manhattan friends is a tricky one, a predominantly reactive character who could easily seem cynical or inert. Flynn was first-rate – funny, perplexed and tender in Sondheim numbers such as "Barcelona" (partnered by Julia McKenzie) and infusing Bobby's closing "Being Alive" with a passionate yearning.Roles of that depth were not immediately forthcoming, however. Not long afterwards he was back at Her Majesty's in Applause (1972), a rickety vehicle for Lauren Bacall which diluted All About Eve's astringency and in which most of the cast had little to do except fill in while the star changed into progressively ritzier costumes. In the role of the director boyfriend Bill Sampson, Flynn played the book scenes with much more zest than Len Cariou on Broadway, but the score gave him no real opportunities. There was even less mileage when he made up one of a talented cast floundering in the mire that was Cockie (Vandeville, 1974), a misbegotten C.B. Cochran "tribute", one of the few bright spots of which was Flynn's presence alongside Max Wall.

  Flynn spent a lengthy period from the mid-1970s in South Africa, where he became immensely popular appearing in many plays and musicals.

 

During the late 1980s and early 1990s Flynn was also busy in television and films – most notably in Steven Spielberg's Empire of the Sun (1987), in which he revisited his boyhood experiences. More recently, away from the showbiz hurlyburly Flynn and his second wife settled in Pembrokeshire, restoring a beautiful Georgian mansion as a guesthouse and pottery studio. Alan Strachan

And another bio at: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/1387893/Eric-Flynn.html

 

 

 

Steven Flynn

'Aldan'1 episode, 1988

Steven Flynn is an actor, known for Justified (2010), JAG (1995) and The Practice (1997). https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0283631/

 

     

 

     

 

           

 

 

 

Miranda Forbes

                 

 

Miranda Forbes was born on August 11, 1946 in London, England. She was an actress, known for Jane Eyre (1996), Poirot (1989) and Press Gang (1989). She died on June 14, 2001 in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.

Born: August 11, 1946 in London, England, UK. Died: June 14, 2001 (age 54) in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, UK

 

From blogg: Steve, her second cousin, confirmed that Mandy in no way disappeared, she merely changed her name to Miranda Forbes and continued working in small roles across numerous TV programmes in the 70s right through to the late 90s such as Coronation Street, Minder, Lovejoy, The Bill, Ab Fab and Yes Prime Minister, often playing secretaries or nurses.

On checking this on IMDB (who lost Miranda and Mandy as two separate people-I've sent this info to them to combine the credits) I saw that Mandy also appeared in an episode of Casualty in 1991 that I have in my rare collection, and I've taken a couple of screencaps of her in her role as a GP's receptionist. Here she is opposite Edna Dore

 

           

Sadly this discovery is tempered by the news that Mandy tragically and prematurely died in 2001 aged 55

Source: http://randomramblingsthoughtsandfiction.blogspot.com/2012/02/magical-mystery-cleared-up.html

 

 

Brett Forrest

'Grendel' in 3 episodes, 1987

Brett Forrest is an actor and writer, known for Blake's 7 (1978), Doctor Who (1963) and Room to Let (2006)

 

      

 

           

 

              

 

Brett Forest in Blake's 7 as Krell

 

     

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpqQPKjs27o&list=PLAPGcD5LGrp6WZOZyH1y3dkxi2eTxXi74&index=2

 

         

In episodes 11, 12, and 13 'Misalliance' - Fourteen years after this picture was taken, Forrest shaved his head and played Grendel, the creepy second in command to the bandit 'governor' Gaston

 

 

Robert Forster

'Aymong' in 3 episodes, 1987-1988

             

 

 

 

      

Robert Forster was introduced, so to speak, and effectively distracted audience attention from the horse by appearing stark naked with the animal in several of their scenes together

" Ellgee " in the novel, Williams (Robert Forster) on Firebird, both au naturel (DVD frame capture).  Oscar-nominated actor plays a doctor in the clip for the band's Deeper song

      

 

Robert Forster was born Robert Wallace Foster, Jr. in Rochester, New York, to Grace Dorothy (Montanarella) and Robert Wallace Foster, Sr., who worked as an elephant trainer and baking supply company executive. He is of English, Irish, and Italian descent. Forster first become interested in acting while attending Rochester's Madison High School, where he performed as a song-and-dance man in musical revues. After graduating in 1959, Forster attended Heidelberg College, Alfred University and the University of Rochester on football scholarships and continued to perform in student theatrical revues.

After earning a BA in Psychology from Rochester in 1963, Forster took an apprenticeship at an East Rochester theater where he performed in such plays as "West Side Story". He moved to New York City in 1965, where his first big break came when he landed the lead in the two-character play "Mrs. Dally Has a Lover" opposite
Arlene Francis. However, after the play ran its course work was hard to find in the theater. Forster returned to Rochester, where he worked as a substitute teacher and construction worker until an agent from 20th Century-Fox offered him a five-picture deal.

His movie debut was a small part in the drama Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967), which starred Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando. Forster went on to appear in small and minor roles alongside some top Hollywood actors in films like The Stalking Moon (1968) and Medium Cool (1969), and a large part in Justine (1969). Although he continued to act in feature films, he took the part of a hardboiled detective in the short-lived TV series Banyon (1971)

Forster also appeared in notable parts in The Black Hole (1979), Avalanche (1978) and as the lead in the cult horror flick Alligator (1980), and played the part of a factory worker-turned-vigilante in the thriller Vigilante (1982).

Forster also took the lead as a taxi driver in Walking the Edge (1985) by director Norbert Meisel. A series of action flicks followed, the most notable being The Delta Force (1986), starring Chuck Norris. By the late 1980s Forster's acting career had begun to slide, and he was getting less and less work; if there was any, he would be cast in small parts playing villains. Forster then began to work as a motivational speaker and an acting coach in Hollywood film schools.

However, in the mid-'90s, Forster's career was resurrected by writer-director
Quentin Tarantino, a big fan of Forster's early work, who offered him an audition for a part in his latest movie. After a seven-hour audition, Tarantino cast Forster in the role of the tough but sympathetic bail bondsman Max Cherry in Jackie Brown (1997), which netted him an Academy Award nomination and some nationwide recognition. His success landed him more high-profile starring roles, in such films as All the Rage (1999), Gus Van Sant's Psycho (1998)--a remake of Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 film--and Supernova (2000). Forster continues to act in many big-budget Hollywood productions, playing many charming characters who often steal the scene.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Matt Patay (qv's & corrections by A. Nonymous)

Trade mark: Deep drawling voice. Frequently cast as law enforcement officers and military leaders ("Olympus Has Fallen"; "Me, Myself & Irene"; "Mulholland Drive", etc.)
Father of three daughters, with
June Forster, Elizabeth (born 1967) Kate Forster (born 1969) and Maeghen (born 1972).
Attended University of Rochester in Rochester, NY. Majored in psychology.

 

 

 

Felicity la Fortune   

     

 

                                                      With crossbow gueststar Sarah Michelle Gellar in 1994 at the pre Emmy party

            

Lady Montal, Lady Mathilda?

Felicity La Fortune was born on December 15, 1954 in Oak Park, Illinois, USA. She is an actress, known for One Life to Live (1968), All My Children (1970) and Sex and the City (1998) and ER.

 

 Next mini biography is from https://actorstheatre.org/cast-crew/felicity-la-fortune/

She’s been seen in Tom Stoppard’s three-part Russian epic The Coast of Utopia and Adam Guettel’s The Light in the Piazza, both at Lincoln Center Theater. Regional Theatre: A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur and A Picasso. Broadway: The Goat or Who is Sylvia?, Sex and Longing and A Month of Sundays (opposite Jason Robards). Off-Broadway: Dinner With Friends, The Exception and the Rule (directed by Jerome Robbins) and All My Sons (directed by Jose Ferrer). She’s sung with the Santa Fe Opera and Orchestre National de Lyon. Television: Sopranos, Sex in the City, Law & Order and seven years on the soaps Ryan’s Hope and All My Children.

 

 

John H. Francis

1 episode, 1988

Crossbow (TV Series) Faux Tell

        

- Exit the Dragon (1988) ... Faux Tell (as John Francis)

Known from: Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves  Courier (as John Francis) and 1990 Star Trek: The Next Generation (TV Series) Science Crewman - Sarek (1990) ... Science Crewman

John Francis is a native of Newport, Pembrokeshire. Wales. He trained to be a school teacher at the Reading University Department of Education and after teaching in a number of London schools completed a three year classical training at L.A.M.D.A. (London Acadmy of Music and Drama). John's theatre credits include: Julius Caesar with Robert Flemyng,Lindsay Duncan,Anthony Head. (Riverside Studios, London). King Lear with David Ryall (Birmingham Repertory Theatre, UK) Bent with Ian Mc Kellen and Tom Bell (Royal Court/Criterion, London), various roles in Under Milk Wood (Mayfair Theatre, London), Morgan Evans in The Corn is Green opposite Annette Crosby(Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, UK),Eddie (lead) in Steven Berkoff's Greek in Los Angeles- Drama Critics Circle Award, New York, San Francisco- Drama Critics Circle Award, Rowley & Careless in The School For Scandal (Skirball Centre, Los Angeles) and Davies in The Caretaker (the Actor's Company, West Hollywood). He recently appeared alongside Mathew Rhys (The Americans) and Kate Burton (Scandal) in "Under Milk Wood" at the James Bridges theater in L.A. This production was also recorded for NPR radio.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Steven Freekin

 

 

 

 

Charles Frank

In Trolls

Charles Frank was born on April 17, 1947 in Olympia, Washington, USA. He is an actor and director, known for The Right Stuff (1983), All My Children (1970) and Filthy Rich (1982). He has been married to Susan Blanchard since June 25, 1977. They have one child

 

           

 

     

 

Charles Reser Frank (born April 17, 1947) is an American actor noted for playing Bret Maverick's cousin Ben Maverick in the 1978 TV-movie The New Maverick with James Garner and Jack Kelly, and in the short-lived 1979 television series Young Maverick. He graduated with the class of 1969 from Middlebury College in Vermont

From 1970-74 (and again in 1988 and 1995), Frank played Dr. Jeff Martin on the ABC soap opera All My Children. In 2006, it was announced that the character would be taken over by John James, formerly of ABC's Dynasty series.

 

He also appeared twice on two episodes of M*A*S*H and once on the CBS family drama, Three for the Road. In 1977 Frank costarred with Deborah Winters and Claude Akins in the television horror film, Tarantulas: The Deadly Cargo, directed by Stuart Hagmann. In 1977 Frank played the murder victim in the Columbo episode entitled, "Try And Catch Me". Also in 1977, Frank played Todd Seymour in the Hawaii Five-O episode "Practical Jokes Can Kill You". In the second season of Barney Miller he appeared in the episode "Massage Parlor".

 

In 1979, he appeared as Lester Hackett in four episodes in the CBS miniseries The Chisholms; when the production resumed in 1980, he was replaced in the role by Reid Smith. In 1982, Frank portrayed independently wealthy Stanley Beck on the short lived series Filthy Rich. He costarred with Dennis Weaver in CBS's short-lived (1983–84) Emerald Point N.A.S.. Frank played Jack Warren, who was married to Susan Dey's character, Celia Mallory, who in the series divorces him to marry another lieutenant, Simon Adams, played by Richard Dean Anderson, later ABCs MacGyver.

 

His film credits include The One and Only (1978), The Other Side of the Mountain Part 2 (1978) and Mrs. Delafield Wants to Marry (1986). In 1983 Frank played astronaut Scott Carpenter in the movie version of Tom Wolfe's novel The Right Stuff. He also appeared as the husband of his real-life wife Susan Blanchard in the 1987 film Russkies. 

Frank was reunited with former co-star Dixie Carter (she played his snide and snobby sister in-law, Carlotta) on her CBS series, Designing Women. In a 1992 episode, he played Mark, a date of her character, Julia.

 

In 2004, Frank narrated C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America, a mockumentary based in an alternate timeline in which the Confederacy won the American Civil War. Personal life

 It was on the set of All My Children that Frank met his wife Susan Blanchard, who played his character's wife, Mary Kennicott Martin. They married in 1977 and have one child.

 

 

 

Sadie Frost

In episode Nemesis, The girlfriend of Matthew.

            

Sadie Liza Frost is an English actress, producer and fashion designer, who ran fashion label Frost French (until its closure in 2011) and a film production company (Blonde to Black Pictures).

Frost was born in Islington, north London, in 1965 to psychedelic artist David Vaughan, who worked for the Beatles, and his then-16-year-old muse, actress Mary Davidson. She has described her childhood as a "chaotic but positive experience,"as she was born in Islington but spent much of her youth in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, after her parents separated. Her parents had six relationships between them, which gave her four sisters and five brothers, including fellow actresses Holly Davidson and Jade Davidson; primary school teacher Jessi Frost, brothers called Gabriel Jupiter and Tobias Vaughan; and a sister named Sunshine Purple Tara Velvet.

            

Career

Frost appeared in a Jelly Tots advertisement in 1968 at age three and appeared with Morecambe and Wise in 1970 at age five. She attained a scholarship to the Italia Conti Academy,but after an early eating disorder,she gave up acting at 13 and attended Hampstead School instead. On graduation, she left home to escape her parents, and in 1984, at age 19, she appeared in the play Mumbo Jumbo at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, directed by Nicholas Hytner.

As an actress, Frost has performed in Press Gang and Casualty. Her first film role was in Empire State (1987), although her most memorable film appearance is as vampire Lucy Westenra in Francis Ford Coppola's Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992). She earned her living mainly through appearing in music videos, including for Pulp's song "Common People", Planet Perfecto featuring Grace's "Not Over Yet '99", and various productions for Spandau Ballet, where she met first husband Gary Kemp. Frost and Kemp appeared together in the film The Krays (1990). They appeared in two more films together. One of these films, Magic Hunter (1994), required them to participate in a love scene, although they were separated at the time.

Frost took a role opposite Jude Law in Paul W. S. Anderson's directorial debut Shopping. After marrying Law and having three children with him, she cut down on her acting commitments in the late 1990s, and moved into producing and co-founding the production company Natural Nylon

In 1999, Frost co-founded the fashion label Frost French with her friend Jemima French. The label started in lingerie and expanded into clothing collections. Frost French won Elle's Designers of the Year Award 2004. In 2004, she wrote, presented, and produced a short-lived series What Sadie did next... for E4, and in 2005 appeared in Eating with...Sadie Frost on BBC2. In March 2006, Frost flew to South Africa to part-fund an orphanage for the Homes of Hope project. In September 2006, aged 41, she posed nude for Canadian photographer Bryan Adams for a PETA anti-fur advert to coincide with London Fashion Week. In 2009, she made her West End debut in Touched ... For the Very First Time, a new one-woman show by Zoë Lewis, directed by Douglas Rintoul and produced by Imogen Lloyd Webber.

In January 2010, Frost starred in the play Fool for Love alongside Carl Barat, formerly of The Libertines. The play showed at the Riverside Studios theatre.

      

Personal life

In 1981, when 16 and dancing in a music video, Frost met Spandau Ballet's Gary Kemp. They married when she was 22, shortly before her 23rd birthday, on 7 May 1988. Their son, Finlay, was born in 1990. Frost and Kemp were married for five years and then separated, finally divorcing on 19 August 1995.

Frost met Jude Law during the work on the film Shopping. They married on 2 September 1997 and had three children: a son born in 1996; a daughter called Iris Law; and another son born in 2002. Frost and Law divorced on 29 October 2003. Frost named model Kate Moss as Iris's godmother and BBC Radio 1 deejay Nick Grimshaw as Rudy's godfather.

She is a vegetarian.

She and David Barry Gray had a short relation during Crossbow.

 

Sabine Frugier

Lady Rosanna in episode Possesed. 1 episode, 1987

Sabine Frugier is an actress, known for La lumière du lac (1988), Crossbow (1987) and Les cinq dernières minutes (1958)

There are no photos to find of her.

           

 

 

 

Cosimo Fusco

In episode Message to Geneve: The man who Albert invited do play the checkers drinking game.

Cosimo Fusco was born on September 23, 1962 in Matera, Basilicata, Italy as Cosimo Massimo Fusco. He is an actor and director, known for Angels & Demons (2009), Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000) and Il bene e il male (2009). he is only mentioned in the 'Crossbow The movie' imdb list.

 

     

 

            

He was in Friends (tv series 1994-1995 ) as Paolo.

 

             

Born in Matera, Italy, Fusco was educated in Los Angeles, Rome and Paris. He is probably best known for his role as Paolo in the American sitcom Friends. He had roles in several Italian, German and American series and movies. His latest work is Angels and Demons, the adaptation of Dan Brown's novel. He also appeared in the films Gone in 60 Seconds and Coco Chanel, and in one episode of Alias. He played the role of Judge Somaschi in the Italian series The Good and the Bad (Il bene e il male) from 2008–2009.

Fusco speaks Italian, English and French. He lives in Rome.

 Known to international audiences as Rachel's boyfriend in Friends (1994).