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Morgan Vasseur

She got role in two episodes: 'The Pit' and 'The Rock'. She is the daugther of the Executive in Charge of Post Productions: Jean-Marc Vasseur (take a look at the 'Credits' link. You can find a picture of  Jean-Marc Vasseur.

    

         

     

    

    

Karina Verlier

1 episode, 1987 The Banguet

Karina Verlier was born as Karine Stämpfli. She is an actress, known for Alessia... un vulcano sotto la pelle (1978), La settima donna (1978) and Eutanasia di un amore (1978).

Daughter of the actress Lucile Saint-Simon she spent her youth in Switzerland in Neuchâtel where she studied general and artistic. Like her father Jacques Verlier she aspires to become a painter, moreover she made the drawings of a book that his companion Gil Matt wrote The Adventures of Truand and published in August 2013 Truand said "the rogue." Around 23, she becomes an actress and takes the name of his father.

In Paris she joined the agency Catherine Harlé under the pseudonym "Dalaïna" and quickly began shooting movies.

         

    

 

Jacques Vinces

In Crossbow he is in episode Betrayal. Jacques Vincey is an actor and director, known for C'est l'printemps (1992), L'histoire du samedi (1995) and Vicious Circles (1997).

    

    

 

Tony Vogel

Tony Vogel (29 June 1942 – 27 July 2015) was an English actor He played St Andrew in Zeffirelli's Jesus of Nazareth (1977), Aquila in A.D. Anno Domini (1985) and the title role in the 1979 television adaptation of Dick Barton.

He graduated from RADA in 1963.

        

    

       

Actor. He appeared in films such as "Raiders of the lost ark", "Mission: Impossible" and "The final conflct" and in a lot of TV series such as "The Odyssey", "The new avengers", "Marco Polo", "Anno Domini" as Andrew and "DIck Barton, Special agent" in the title role.

 

Herma Vos

The Amazon as the strong amazon

Herma Vos is an actress, known for L'amour nu (1981), Les hommes préfèrent les grosses (1981) and 3 hommes et un couffin (1985).

            

         

         

 

Mdlc Will

Stuntman and actor in Episodes: Possesed and Gansari's zombies and for sure a lot more

         

In Highlander                                                                                                            

    

          

           

    

I recognize him in Episode 'Gansari's Zombies,' but he could be here below too.

 

Frederick Warder

              

     

    

Frederick Warder is an actor, known for The Living Daylights (1987), Flash Gordon (1980) and Hugo (2011).

Frederick Warder is a British actor who has worked as a suit puppeteer for Jim Henson's Creature Shop. He was featured in several installments of The StoryTeller, playing the Half Man in "Fearnot", the title character in "The Heartless Giant" and both the Troll and the Trollop in "The True Bride." He also appeared in The NeverEnding Story III as Mr. Rockchewer, and had the opportunity to act outside of a suit as Calico Jerry, one of the pirates in Muppet Treasure Island.

Warder's film credits include the 1980 Flash Gordon, the James Bond entry The Living Daylights (as doomed agent 004), and Evita (with Madonna and Jonathan Pryce). TV credits, often as policemen, include appearances on the UK series Casualty, The Bill, Dalziel and Pascoe, and Doctors.

As a stage actor his credits include a 1976 UK touring production of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

 

Hester Wilcox

Maria, Alden's girl in Masterplan, she dumped Tell's Godchild 'Alden' for an Elite soldier

    

         

    

 

Time Winters

Errol 1 episode, 1988

Episode 46, 'Amnesty' - as Errol, a follower of Tell's who is granted a pardon at the chopping block from the unbalanced Emperor

   Babylon 5

          

    

Time Winters was born on February 3, 1956 in Lebanon, Oregon, USA. He is an actor, known for Sneakers (1992), Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (2015) and The Runaways (2010). He has been married to Tracy Winters since January 5, 2002.

Attended Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon.      - Graduated from Lebanon High School in 1974.

He and his wife, Tracy, teach acting classes in Los Angeles.     - Member of the Los Angeles Matrix Company.

Timothy G. "Time" Winters (born February 3, 1956 in Lebanon, Oregon) is an American actor. Time is best known for portraying the homeless man in Sneakers (1992), the prosecutor in Thinner (1996), Porter in Defending Your Life (1991) and Forster's technician in Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990). Winters portrays the scientist Dr. Loius Zandor in Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie.

Winters' nickname "Time" came from a typographical error in a review of one of the first things Winters appeared in. Winters has been married to American actress Tracy Pullman since January 5, 2002.    https://timewinters.com/

 

David Warner

The Alchemist, 1 episode, 1987

Episode 14,'The Alchemist'- The distinguished British actor has become an extremely familiar face on screen because he's in ...pretty much everything.

Beginning with Tom Jones and Morgan in the 60s, his credits range from Star Trek, Scream 2, and Time Bandits to Titanic and Hanna's War to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and My Best Friend is a Vampire.

      

In this episode ,The Alchemist, he starred as Vogel, the mentally questionable alchemist obsessed with deadly games of wit and who has become obsessed with Eleanor. He forces Tell to play his game holding Eleanor as the prize. His appearance on Crossbow was not the only time he worked with Will Lyman and director George Mihalka. The three of them worked together in Hostile Takeover (aka Office Party or The Devastator) and Warner also appeared in Silver Bears(1977) with Jeremy Clyde.

    

David Warner, episode 14,'The Alchemist'- The distinguished British actor has become an extremely familiar face on screen because he's in ...pretty much everything.

Beginning with Tom Jones and Morgan in the 60s, his credits range from Star Trek, Scream 2, and Time Bandits to Titanic and Hanna's War to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and My Best Friend is a Vampire. In this episode he starred as Vogel, the mentally questionable alchemist obsessed with deadly games of wit and who has become obsessed with Eleanor. He forces Tell to play his game holding Eleanor as the prize.

 His appearance on Crossbow was not the only time he worked with Will Lyman and director George Mihalka. The three of them worked together in Hostile Takeover (aka Office Party or The Devastator) and a production with 3 Crossbow related men. And Warner also appeared in Silver Bears(1977) with Jeremy Clyde.

    

    

                                                                                                                   David warner as Hamlet 1965                                                                              

              

John Vernon and Will Lyman in Hostile Takeover (George Mihalka)

    

         

                                                                                            This photograph is taken from Dana's album

    

 

Nancy West,

episode 44, 'The Electors' - Plays the daughter of an assassinated Duke of Bern. Her disguise as a male servant saves her from Horst and his men.

         

 

 

Joanne (Jo) Woodstock

The Children

On one day I received an email from Jo spontanous, she told me she was in this episode and she never had the change to watch it. 3 years later, I started working on the gueststarsite and decided to email her for a recent photo and some information, but her email has changed. I'm sorry I don't have any recent photos and information about Jo so far.

         

      

 

Barry Woolgar

Captain of the emperial borderguard, who arrested (Roland)

    

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.

Barry Woolgar Giles Lacy/Colonel Julyan

 Barry trained at The Drama Centre, and most recently has appeared at The Belgrade Theatre, Coventry in Fantastic Mr Fox. Barry has played at almost all the major rep theatres with seasons at Coventry, Leicester, Edinburgh and Liverpool. He has appeared in a number of Ayckbourn plays and in fact first met this evening’s Director, Tim Hardy, whilst they both toured in The Norman Conquests. They subsequently worked together in George Bernard Shaw’s St. Joan. 

 

He has appeared in the West End as the Lion in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe and also in John, Paul, George, Ringo and Bert. Barry has worked on numerous occasi6ns for television, both for the BBC and the independent companies. He was recently seen in the popular series The Bill and has also played regular characters in a number of sit-coms over the years including Faith in the Future, Lift Without George and Bread. He has also worked for BBC Radios 4 and 5. 

Barry has also directed The Bear for Coventry, Accrington Pals and Daughters of Venice for The Watermans Arts Centre and Random Selection for the Edinburgh Festival.

In Crossbow: In the middle as Captain of the Emperial borderguard

         

 

Rowan Wylie

Episode Possesed

Rowan Wylie is an actress, known for Casanova (1971), Cry of the Banshee (1970) and Walter & June (1983)

         

Rowan Wylie has worked in professional theatre most of her life, touring with various fringe companies, is a member of Cambridge Storytellers and is profoundly commited to developing local communities in a sustainable way. Recently she has been performing Gingerbread in theatres and schools throughout the Eastern Region. She wrote and performs the finale story in our own Transition Tales and she has also been active in the Transition Cambridge food group from its beginnings, particularly in the Garden Share project

 

 

Philippe Zone

1 episode, 1987 in episode The Bet and assistent horsemaster

Philippe Zone is known for his work on Tristan + Isolde (2006), The Medallion (2003) and Joan of Arc (1999)

PHILIPPE Zone set up the scenes, which were based on Webster murdering first wife Claire in 1994 by crashing their Daihatsu 4x4 and torching it with her still inside, for upcoming drama The Widower. It left him shaken he says. (daily record)