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THIS PAGE IS IN TRANSITION. ONLY A COUPLE OF PHOTOS. I'M FINDING IT DIFFICULT TO FIND THE REST. I JUST WANTED TO GET SOME OF IT UP FOR YOU TO SEE. WHEN I LEARN TO USE MY NEW VIDEO CAPTURE HARDWARE THERE WILL BE MORE

So far in my career, there have been only three jobs I would have preferred not to be associated with. (Well four really, but one never got aired so it doesn't count.)

The first was a film entitled THE LONELY LADY. It was based on a Harold Robbins book, and starred Pia Zadora. It was the first film I ever did, and has been voted by some as one of the ten worst films ever made. Also in the cast, (and he won't thank me for this), was a young actor by the name of Ray Liotta. We were both at the University of Miami, but didn't know each other then. I haven't seen him for a long time, but still consider him a friend. Maybe not if he sees this! Sorry Ray. Unfortunately (or not), I don't have any photos of this. I'm trying to find a copy of the video so I can put a clip on the site.

THE LONELY LADY


A young me with Pia Zadora


              Pia, Bibi Besch, and me

 

Secondly, and thankfully a long time afterwards, I did a television series called SPACE PRECINCT, created by Gerry Anderson. It starred Ted Shackelford,of DALLAS and KNOTTS LANDING fame. I played a character called Romek, and did twenty of the twenty-four episodes. I was originally hired to dub anEnglish actor. When he found out he was being dubbed, he quit. They then asked me to come into the series, which seemed like a good idea at the time. It wasn't! Being glued up inside a rubber mask for sometimes up to fifteen hours a day is not my idea of a good time. Needles in the eyes would have seemed a better alternative.

SPACE PRECINCT


Me, David Quilter, Richard James, and Mary Woodvine
Sorry Guys!


Jerome Willis, Richard James, and me


The Space Precinct photos were supplied to me by Mick Kavanagh, who is a fan. Thanks Mick!

DEATH, DECEIT & DESTINY ABOARD THE ORIENT EXPRESS
This is the only photo I have, which was supplied by Alisha Mobley.
I spent a month in Bulgaria several years ago doing this dreadful film. Thankfully it went straight to the 99 cent shelf in video stores, never to be seen again. I used to call it Death, Deceit, & Dysentery. There were good actors in the cast, but the script was awful.

L. to R.-Jennifer Nitsch (seated), Barry Flatman, Richard Grieco (seated), Götz Otto, Me, and Nicky Henson

 

THIS PAGE IS BY NO MEANS FINISHED. A FEW MORE SKELETONS TO COME!