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Also Known As: Died: December 3, 2003
Born: November 18, 1941 Cause of Death: died of a heart attack
Birth Place: Surrey, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Dark Horse (1992) as Director
Story about a young girl who searches for happiness after her mother's death.
2.
Passport To Murder (1992) as Director
While visiting in Paris, a socialite finds herself the target of life-threatening attacks by strangers who insist she's carrying something of value.
3.
Survivor, The (1981) as Director
4.
Race For the Yankee Zephyr (1981) as Director; 2nd Unit Director (2nd Unit)
5.
Just a Gigolo (1978) as Director
7.
14, The (1973) as Director
8.
Running Scared (1972) as Director

Cast (feature film)

9.
Romantik (2007)
10.
League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, The (2003) as Nigel
Allan Quatermain, the world's greatest adventurer, leads a legion of superheroes the likes of which the world has never seen. Quatermain's extraordinary League is comprised of Captain Nemo, Dracula vampiress Mina Harker, an invisible man Rodney Skinner, American secret service agent Sawyer, Dorian Gray, Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde and M--the League's enigmatic recruiter. The League members are staunch individualists, outcasts in fact, with checkered pasts and singular gifts that have been both blessing and curse. Now they must learn to trust each other and work as a team for the very hope of civilization. With little preparation and no time to lose, they will be transported via Captain Nemo's extraordinary submarine, the Nautilus, to the frontline of defense: Venice, Italy. There, a masked madman known as the Fantom plans to sabotage a conference of world leaders by setting off a domino chain of explosions, sinking the entire city. The threat is catastrophic, the risks are staggering. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen has 96 hours to save the world.
11.
Equilibrium (2002) as Proctor
In the nation of Libria, there is always peace among men. The rules of the Librian system are simple. If you are happy, you will be arrested. If you cry, the law will hunt you down. If you read a contraband book or so much as look at a smuggled painting, you've committed a crime. To keep the peace,
12.
Slap Shot II: Breaking the Ice (2002)
Sparked by a new player a losing team rediscovers its love of the game and becomes a winner again.
13.
Gangs of New York (2002) as Mr. Schermerhorn
Set in 1860's Lower Manhattan, a man returns home to hunt down his father's killer by gaining his trust and must grapple with the notions of honor, loyalty and vengeance.
14.
Mean Machine (2002) as Prison Governor
Once a major football hero, but now famously degenerate after seeming to have thrown a crucial international match, Danny Meehan is arrested for drunk driving and assaulting an officer. He is sentenced to prison where he becomes involved in coaching a prisoner's football team. Danny relearns the joy
15.
Spy Game (2001) as Harry Duncan (Hong Kong)
In the last days of his time at the CIA, an agent orchestrates the escape of a younger agent in China.
16.
Last Orders (2001) as Lenny
When one of a group of lifelong friends dies, his buddies are left to carry out his last wishes: to take his ashes and dispose of them off the pier in the seaside town of Margate. As their sentimental journey begins and their own emotional mysteries unfold, they try to come to terms with Jack's deat
17.
Gladiator (2000) as Cassius
A Roman officer betrayed by the emperor leads a gladiator's rebellion.
18.
Rainbow, The (1989) as Uncle Henry
Experiences and frustrations of a young girl on the brink of womanhood.
19.
Harry's Hong Kong (1987) as Jack Roarke
A world-weary, globe-trotting, Hong Kong-based soldier of fortune -- an "old China hand" in an unsoiled white suit -- gets mixed up in the murder of a long-time pal and in police corruption in this busted series pilot that had been sitting on some shelf in Aaron Spelling's office apparently for some
20.
Three on a Match (1987) as Maxwell "Newt" Newton
An unlikely trio of convicts escape from a brutal Southern prison and join forces to elude capture.
21.
Beverly Hills Cowgirl Blues (1985) as Ian Blaize
Comely female detective from Laramie, Wyoming, links up with laid-back Beverly Hills cop, a desk jockey assigned to keep her out of the department's hair, while she goes about tracking down the killer of a respectable smalltown girl who turns out to be a hooker mixed up in diamond smuggling. This li
22.
Prisoners (1984)
23.
Beyond Reasonable Doubt (1984) as Inspector Bruce Hutton
Based on the true story of the six year struggle to free a farmer jailed for a murder he did not commit.
24.
Calamity Jane (1984) as Captain James O'Neill
An exploration of the myths surrounding the colorful western heroine and both the legendary Wild Bill Hickock, with whom she had an unorthodox courtship, and the flamboyant Buffalo Bill Cody, between the 1870's and the turn of the century. Although sharing a title, this film has nothing to do with t
25.
Man, Woman and Child (1983) as Gavin Wilson
A "perfect marriage" is tested when the couple learns of the existence of a child from the husband's affair with a French woman.
26.
Harlequin (1980) as Nick Rast
27.
Murder by Decree (1979) as Inspector Foxborough
(Mys '79). Christopher Plummer, James Mason, David Hemmings, Anthony Quayle, Genevieve Bujold, Frank Finley, John Gielgud, Susan Oliver, Donald Sutherland. Jack the Ripper is the subject of this chilling Sherlock Holmes thriller which suggests that the prostitute slayer was a member of a Royal household. Christopher Plummer is Sherlock Holmes, James Mason is Dr. Watson, and Donald Sutherland plays a psychic (based on a real person who assisted Scotland Yard during the actual Ripper case).
28.
Sherlock Holmes and Saucy Jack (1979)
Sherlock Holmes investigates London's most infamous case, Jack the Ripper. As he investigates, he finds that the Ripper has friends in high places.
29.
Thirst (1979) as Dr Fraser
The descendant of Elizabeth Bathory is abducted by a cult of self-proclaimed supermen who achieve this state of superiority by drinking from the "blood cows" (read: people) kept at the "dairy farm", and they try to get her to join them.
30.
Just a Gigolo (1978) as Captain Hermann Kraft
31.
Crossed Swords (1978) as Hugh Hendon
Tom Canty is a poor English boy who bears a remarkable resemblance to Edward, Prince of Wales and son of King Henry VIII. The two boys meet and decide to play a joke on the court by dressing in each other's clothes, but the plan goes awry when they are separated and each must live the other's life.
32.
Power Play (1978) as Colonel Anthony Narriman
33.
Squeeze, The (1977) as Keith
34.
Les Liens de sang (1977) as Jack Armstrong
35.
Islands In The Stream (1977) as Eddy
A father is reunited with his sons.
36.
37.
Profondo Rosso (1975) as Marcus Daly
A psychic who can read minds picks up the thoughts of a murderer in the audience and soon becomes a victim. An English pianist gets involved in solving the murders, but finds many of his avenues of inquiry cut off by new murders, and he begins to wonder how the murderer can track his movements so closely.
38.
Mr. Quilp (1975) as Richard Swiveller
39.
Juggernaut (1974) as Braddock
Two demolitions experts race the clock to find and disarm a set of bombs placed on an ocean liner at sea.
40.
Terror On the Britannic (1974)
Some unknown maniac is threatening a navigation company to blow up one of its luxury transatlantics, the "Britannic", now in high sea with 1200 passengers. He is asking for a 500,000 sterline pounds ransom, otherwise the 7 bombs aboard will explode. An experienced anti-bomb squad is sent to the "Britannic", but although all the bombs are located, a very high skill level will be necessary to dismantle them. Perhaps that task is impossible...
41.
Voices (1973)
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43.
Fragment of Fear (1971) as Tim Brett
Former junkie turned author David Hemmings investigates the murder of his aunt in Pompeii where he succumbs to paranoid hallucinations
45.
Unman, Wittering and Zigo (1971) as John Ebony
46.
The Love Machine (1971) as Jerry Nelson
John Phillip Law, Dyan Cannon, Robert Ryan, Jackie Cooper, David Hemmings, Maureen Arthur, Shecky Greene, Jodi Wexler. Based on the best-selling pulp novel by Jacqueline Susann, this behind-the-scenes expose of a national television network follows the career of a ruthless executive who sleeps his way to the top. The music score includes two songs by Dionne Warwick - "He's Moving On" & "Amanda's Theme".
47.
The Walking Stick (1970) as Leigh Hartley
A beautiful polio victim is seduced into helping with a robbery.
48.
The Best House in London (1969) as Walter Leybourne/Benjamin Oakes
Government officials try to organize a state bawdy house in Victorian England.
49.
Alfred the Great (1969) as Alfred
A medieval warrior fights to supplant his weakling brother on the throne.
50.
The Long Day's Dying (1968) as John
51.
Only When I Larf (1968) as Bob
Three con artist try to fool an African militant by selling him a bogus shipment of arms. Things go awry however, when the three have plotted to double-cross each other in trying to take the money.
52.
The Charge of the Light Brigade (1968) as Captain Nolan
Snobbery and bad politics lead to military disaster during the Crimean War.
53.
Barbarella (1968) as Dildano
An over-sexed space agent takes on a dictator and an amoral queen.
54.
Eye of the Devil (1967) as Christian de Caray
A French nobleman deserts his wife because of an ancient family secret.
55.
Camelot (1967) as Mordred
The romance between Guinevere and Lancelot destroys King Arthur's dream kingdom.
56.
Blow-Up (1966) as Thomas
A photographer discovers a murder in the background of a candid photo.
57.
The Girl Getters (1966) as David
A posse of young, upperclass London lads create havoc at a busy British seaside resort -- swindling tourists, picking fights and scoring with as many girls as possible. However, the tide begins to turn when the group's ringleader falls in love with one of his one-night stands.
58.
Be My Guest (1965)
A family inherits a seaside hotel and has trouble filling it up until their son's rock group begins packing 'em in. This film was one of several British films from the mid-sixties which offered the added inducement of a guest appearance by Jerry Lee Lewis.
59.
Some People (1964) as Bert
60.
Sing and Swing (1964) as Dave Martin
61.
No Tree in the Street (1964) as Kenny
62.
Murder Can Be Deadly (1963) as Roy
65.
Rainbow Jacket, The (1954)
An ex-champoin horseracing jockey finds a young protege through whom he wishes to relive his glory days.

Writer (feature film)

66.
Running Scared (1972) as Screenwriter

Producer (feature film)

67.
Turkey Shoot (1981) as Executive Producer
68.
Strange Behavior (1981) as Executive Producer
A scientist's experiments on teenagers turn them into killers.
69.
Race For the Yankee Zephyr (1981) as Producer
70.
Power Play (1978) as Co-Producer
71.
Disappearance (1977) as Producer
72.
Melody (1971) as Producer
Two ten year olds declare to their parents that they want to get married. Not sometime in the future but as soon as possible. The story is told from the children's point of view.
73.
Unman, Wittering and Zigo (1971) as Executive Producer

Music (feature film)

74.
Just a Gigolo (1978) as Song ("Don'T Let It Be Too Long")

Misc. Crew (feature film)

75.
Marlene (1984)
Film clips and rare footage tell the life story of the glamorous German actress/singer.
76.
Marlene (1984)
Film clips and rare footage tell the life story of the glamorous German actress/singer.

Director (special)

77.
Down Delaware Road (1988) as Director
A pilot for a series not picked up by NBC. Three teenage boys learn a lesson about growing up and the value of friendship when a prank results in a fire that may have killed someone.

Cast (special)

78.
Mind to Murder, A (1996) as Mr Godbolt
Commander Adam Dalgliesh of Scotland Yard becomes entangled in a complex web of political intrigue, blackmail and deceit when he is called on to investigate a macabre murder at an exclusive psychiatric clinic.
79.
Loved to Death (1991)
A fledgling screenwriter uses a love potion on the girl of his dreams, with surprising results.
80.
Turn of the Screw, The (1989) as Mr Harley
An English governess tries to protect the two children she takes care of from a phantom she thinks is threatening them.
81.
Doctor Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (1981) as Doctor Jekyll/Mr Hyde
An adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's gothic thriller "The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mr. Hyde."

Director (TV Mini-Series)

82.
Christmas Reunion, A (1998) as Director

Director (TV Mini-Series)

83.
Key to Rebecca, The (1985) as Director

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

84.
Key to Rebecca, The (1985) as Major Sanford Smith

Cast (short)

85.
ALL EYES ON SHARON TATE (1966)
A short behind the scenes promo for "Eye of the Devil" (1966), showcasing the late Sharon Tate, then a young, 22-year-old hopeful at MGM.

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