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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.
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.
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!