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Son of a teacher, he moved in his childhood to the United Kingdom, where he did his basic studies at the King’s College School, a London school for advantaged students, continuing with Chemical Engineering studies at the University of London. A fan of theater, he got a scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, appearing on the stages of the Old Vic and the Royal Shakespeare Company, in the early 1950s.
In 1952 and 1953 he appeared in a couple of chapters in American television series and in 1954 he participated in three British films Meet Mr. Malcolm (1954), Stranger from Venus (1954) and The Sea Shall Not Have Them, by Lewis Gilbert; in the last two as a police officer. Your talent; his remarkable stature, 1.93 m., and his dominant style, he was profiled as an actor of character.
In 1956 he starred in Reach for the Sky (1956), a war film about Douglas Bader, recipient of the BAFTA award, also directed by Lewis Gilbert. The same year appeared in a chapter of the television series The Adventures of Robin Hood (1955-1960), series in which his wife Patricia Marmont also participated; and in the series The Adventures of Sir Lancelot (1956). The following year he did it in the film Bitter Victory (1957) by Nicholas Ray. He continued appearing in films of different genres in the rest of the decade.
In the 1960s, he played the role of Hercules in Jason and the Argonauts (1963), a film that was a blockbuster, remembered for its remarkable special effects. Other successful films of the decade, in which he participated, were Zulu (1964), The Face of Manchu Fu (1965), The Ipcress File (1965), Khartoum (1966), Let’s Kill Uncle (1966), Tobruk (1967) ), by Arthur Hiller; More dangerous than men (1967) by William Castle; Mercenaries without glory (1968), the mansion of the seven pleasures (1969) and the letter of the Kremlin (1969), by John Huston. In the decade of 1970 participated in six series of television and movies, between which emphasizes the ruling class (1972). His last and posthumous screen appearance was in Gawain and the Green Knight (1973).
During his career he played mostly roles as military, police and medieval characters; in films of different genres such as the police, the war, horror, comedy and fantasy.
He died at his residence in Dallington, East Sussex, of an overdose of sleeping tablets at the age of 47.
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