- Sex appeal
- Well-Regarded in Private Life
- Comedic Ability
- Singing Ability (If applicable)
- Dancing Ability (If applicable)
- Risk-taker or Innovator
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just curious (NOT A REVIEW)
tcm (and other sites) list frank silvera's death as june 11, 1970 yet he has several credits listed in film & tv in the 1970s. i have to assume these are valid credits. can anyone tell me how this is possible? did he act postmortem...?!
A Forgotten Fine Character Actor!
- Dan Bruckner
Frank Silvera was taken from us in a tragic home accident in 1970! His skill in playing many different "ethnic" roles was amazing! Consider these: Mafia boss in "St. Valentine's Day Massacre", cavalry major in "The Stalking Moon", Polynesian chief in "Mutiny on the Bounty", a psychiatrist in a "Twilight Zone" episode, a Gypsy chief in a "Bat Masterson" episode, and a Jewish leader in "The Greatest Story Ever Told". Frank was actually African-American (born in Jamaica)! His most famous role was the Mexican bandit in Paul Newman's "Hombre".