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Duncan Lamont

Duncan Lamont



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Duncan Lamont's acting talents were showcased on the big screen many times throughout the course of his Hollywood career. Lamont started off his acting career mostly in film roles, appearing in "Quentin Durward" (1955) with Robert Taylor, "The Intruder" (1955) with Michael Ripper and "The Teckman Mystery" (1955) with Margaret Leighton. He also appeared in the comedy "The Baby and the Battleship" (1956) with John Mills, the adaptation "A Tale of Two Cities" (1958) with Dirk Bogarde and "Hell, Heaven or Hoboken" (1958). He worked in television in his early acting career as well, including a part on "The Texan" (CBS, 1958-1961). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like "Ben-Hur" (1959), "A Touch of Larceny" (1960) and the dramatic adaptation "Circle of Deception" (1960) with Suzy Parker. He also appeared in the historical drama "Mutiny on the Bounty" (1962) with Marlon Brando, the drama "The Queen's Guards" (1963) with Raymond Massey and "The Bridge of Kandahar" (1965). During the latter part of his career, he continued to act in the Gregory Peck dramatic adaptation "Arabesque" (1966), the Peter Cushing horror movie "Frankenstein Created Woman" (1967) and the horror film "Five Million Years to Earth" (1968) with James Donald. He also appeared in the Laurence Olivier adaptation "Battle of Britain" (1969) and the Liv Ullmann drama "Pope Joan" (1972). Lamont's music was most recently featured in the Juliana Guill comedy "Road Trip: Beer Pong" (2009). He also worked in television during these years, including a part on "Our Mutual Friend" (PBS, 1977-78).

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