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Erika Eleniak Birthday September 29

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Erika Maya Eleniak (born September 29, 1969) is an American Playboy Playmate and actress, perhaps best known for her role in Baywatch as Shauni McClain.

Beverly Hillbillies Erika Eleniak

Beverly Hillbillies Erika Eleniak

Eleniak was born in Glendale, California. She is the eldest daughter in her family of four girls and one boy whose parents divorced. Her father, who was born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, is of Ukrainian descent and her mother is of Estonian and German ancestry. During the late 1970s, Eleniak’s father introduced her to her future career in the movie industry when his then girlfriend got Eleniak a part to model children’s clothing for TV commercials. Her first acting role was in the film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)—as the girl kissed by Elliott in the school classroom scene. Eleniak attended Robert Fulton Junior High in Van Nuys, California and graduated from Van Nuys High School.

Eleniak had several roles in television. She played Jamie Coburn in Broken Angel. In 1989 Eleniak decided that appearing in Playboy would help boost

Baywatch Erika Eleniak

Baywatch Erika Eleniak

her career. Playboy featured her on two covers and later as the centerfold in the July 1989 issue.

After an audition and three call backs, Eleniak won a role in Baywatch as Shauni McClain. Eleniak was the lead female character for three seasons until Pamela Anderson replaced her in 1992. She also played the high-school girlfriend of Jesse (John Stamos) in a November 1990 episode of Full House.

In 1992, Eleniak returned to film acting, playing Jordan Tate, a Playboy Playmate hired to do a striptease for the captain of the U.S. Navy battleship, USS Missouri (BB-63), in Under Siege. In the film, she is described as “Jordan Tate, Miss July 1989″—which is the month that Eleniak was Playmate of the Month. She plays a character that is supposed to be purely decorative but is actually intelligent, brave, and resourceful.

erika eleniakShe attempted to capitalize on this success by starring as Elly May Clampett in the screen adaptation of The Beverly Hillbillies in 1993, but the film flopped. The next year she starred in the Dennis Hopper-directed romantic comedy Chasers. William McNamara, one of her costars in this film, also became her partner in life. Eleniak went on to shoot another movie with McNamara, Girl in the Cadillac (1995). Eleniak also starred in an interactive game during 1995; she played identical twins in Panic in the Park (1995). She continued to make more independent films including A Pyromaniac’s Love Story (1995), Bordello of Blood (1996) and Ed McBain’s 87th Precinct: Heatwave (1997). Eleniak has starred in a host of films, including The Pandora Project (1998) with Daniel Baldwin, One Hot Summer Night (1998) with Barry Bostwick, Final Voyage (1999) with Ice-T, Stealth Fighter (1999), The Opponent (2000), Vegas, City of Dreams (2001) with Angelica Bridges, Second to Die (2002), Snowbound (2001), Betrayal (2003) and Shakedown (2002).

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Terror of the Tongs (1961)

The Terror of the Tongs (1961) is a Hammer Film starring Geoffrey Toone, Christopher Lee and Yvonne Monlaur.

The film is a quasi-remake of Hammer’s Stranglers of Bombay from 1959. The setting is changed to Hong Kong in 1910 from India in the 1800’s but the basic plot of a middle-aged hero attempting to uncover the crimes of a secret sect in a British colony, being captured by the sect, and later released, having a personal stake in the outcome ,finding that there is an inside villain, and losing friends or family are all there.

The low-budget film is distinguished by good color photography and an interesting performance by Christopher Lee as Chung King, the aphorism-quoting leader of the Hong Kong division of The Red Dragon Tong.

Tagline: Deadliest, Diabolical Brotherhood of Terror!

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Christopher Lee is the imperious leader of a cutthroat tong–a secretive, organized criminal society–in the exotic 1961 Terror of the Tongs. Geoffrey Toone plays the captain of a British passenger ship whose daughter is murdered by the Red Dragon Tong during the latter’s attempt to find incriminating papers smuggled (against her knowledge) within her possessions. As the captain seeks vengeance, he gets close to the dangerous heart of the tong, which exacts punishment over anyone who does not cooperate by hacking off his or her fingers.

Yvonne Monlaur sexy cleavage

Yvonne Monlaur

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Night of the Hunter released September 29, 1955

 
 
 

Robert Mitchum Night of the Hunter (1955)

Robert Mitchum Night of the Hunter (1955)

The Night of the Hunter is a 1955 film noir film directed by Charles Laughton and starring Robert Mitchum and Shelley Winters . The film is based on the novel of the same name by Davis Grubb, adapted for the screen by James Agee and Laughton. The novel and film draw on the true story of Harry Powers, hanged in 1932 for the murders of two widows and three children in Clarksburg, West Virginia. The film’s lyric and expressionistic style sets it apart from almost all other Hollywood films of the 1940s and 50s, and has influenced later directors such as David Lynch, Martin Scorsese, Terrence Malick, and the Coen Brothers. In 1992, The Night of the Hunter was deemed “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” by the United States Library of Congress and was selected for preservation in their National Film Registry.

Tagline:  The wedding night, the anticipation, the kiss, the knife, BUT ABOVE ALL… THE SUSPENSE!

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A psychopathic preacher is in relentless pursuit of two children possessing their dead fathers stolen fortune. Special features: theatrical trailer and behind-the-scenes booklet. Starring: Robert Mitchum, Lillian Gish and Shelley Winters Run time: 93 minutes. Director: Charles Laughton

The film resulted from a collaboration between Charles Laughton and screenwriter James Agee. Laughton drew heavily on the harsh, angular look of German expressionist films of the 1920s.

Shelley Winters

Shelley Winters

The film’s music, composed and arranged by Walter Schumann in close association with Laughton, features a combination of nostalgic and expressionistic orchestral passages. The film also includes two original songs by Schumann, “Lullaby” (sung by Kitty White, whom Schumann personally discovered in a nightclub) and “Pretty Fly” (originally sung by Sally Jane Bruce as Pearl, but later dubbed by an actress named Betty Benson). A recurring musical device involves the preacher making his presence known by singing the traditional hymn “Leaning on the Everlasting Arms.” Mitchum also recorded the soundtrack version of the hymn.

In 1974, film archivist Robert Gitt Anthony Slide retrieved several boxes of

Lillian Gish

Lillian Gish

photographs, sketches, memos and letters relating to the film from Laughton’s widow Elsa Lanchester for the American Film Institute; she also gave the Institute over 80,000 feet of rushes and outtakes from the filming. In 1981, this material was sent to the UCLA Film and Television Archive where, for the next 20 years, they were edited into a two-and-half hour documentary that premiered in 2002, at UCLA’s Festival of Preservation.

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Black Moon (Luna nera) released September 24, 1975

 

Louis Malle's Black Moon (1975)

Louis Malle's Black Moon (1975)

 

Black Moon, a surreal 1975 film directed by Louis Malle, was the winner of two French César Awards (for sound and cinematography). Shown at the 1975 New York Film Festival, it was distributed in the United States by 20th Century Fox.

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The free-flowing narrative pivots around a confused teenager (Cathryn Harrison) who witnesses a war between the sexes and finds herself involved in numerous dream-like situations at a country estate. An underlying subtext offers a convoluted commentary on the women’s movement of the 1970s.

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Also in the cast are Joe Dallesandro, Therese Giehse and Alexandra Stewart. The film was shot in Malle’s own 200-year-old manor house and Malle’s surrounding 225-acre (0.91 km2) estate in the lush, wild Dordogne valley in Quercy, near Cahors.

Tagline: An apocalyptic Alice in Wonderland!

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Dead Ringers released September 23, 1988

Dead Ringers (1988)

Dead Ringers is a 1988 psychological horror film starring Jeremy Irons in a dual role as identical twin gynecologists. Director David Cronenberg co-wrote the screenplay with Norman Snider; their script was based on the novel Twins by Bari Wood and Jack Geasland. The film is very loosely based on the lives of Stewart and Cyril Marcus.

Tagline:  Two bodies. Two minds. One soul. Separation can be a terrifying thing.

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In Dead Ringers, David Cronenberg tells the chilling story of identical twin gynecologists-suave Elliot and sensitive Beverly, bipolar sides of one personality-who share the same practice, the same apartment, the same women. When a new patient, glamorous actress Claire Niveau, challenges their eerie bond, they descend into a whirlpool of sexual confusion, drugs, and madness. Jeremy Irons’ tour-de-force performance-as both twins-raises disturbing questions about the nature of personal identity.

Trivia: Canadian acting royalty Shirley Douglas stars in the movie..she is the mother of Kiefer Sutherland

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frankenstein meets the space monster

Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster (1965) is a science fiction cult film, directed by Robert Gaffney and starring Marilyn Hanold, James Karen, and Lou Cutell. The film was released in Great Britain as Duel of the Space Monsters. It is also known as Frankenstein Meets the Space Men, Mars Attacks Puerto Rico, Mars Invades Puerto Rico, and Operation San Juan. The film was among those featured in The 50 Worst Movies Ever Made (2004). Released by the Futurama Entertainment Corp., it was released on DVD by Dark Sky Films in 2006.

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Tagline: Warning! Beware their stare!

During a solo space mission to Mars, NASA astronaut Col. Frank Saunders (Robert Reilly) – who happens to be an experimental android– is shot down by an alien warship. Frank survives the attack, crash-landing on Puerto Rico. The space aliens—led by Princess Marcuzan (Marilyn Hanold) and her putty-eared lieutenant, Dr. Nadir (Lou Cutell) — decide he must die, so they give chase, but manage to only disfigure him before commencing with their ultimate endeavor: steal bikini-clad young women to re-populate their nuclear-ravaged planet! Meanwhile, scientists Adam Steele (James Karen) and Karen Grant (Nancy Marshall) leisurely tour the scenery on a Vespa motor scooter in search of their creation, Frank, who’s busy terrorizing the coastal populace. The marauding aliens crash a swingin’ pool party and steal the girls, who are brought aboard their ship to be separated by their lusty attributes and then further frightened by a hairy, skull-faced space monster… In the overcrowded pantheon of bad but deliriously fun movies, few surpass this science fiction drive-in staple.

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Marilyn Hanold

Marilyn Hanold

Strange Invaders released September 16, 1983

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Strange Invaders is a spoof science-fiction film made in 1983, as a tribute to the 1950s films, but most notably The Invasion of the Body Snatchers. The film was intended to be the second installment of the aborted Strange Trilogy with Strange Behavior, another 1950s spoof by Michael Laughlin, but the idea was abandoned after Strange Invaders failed to attract a wider audience.

The Aliens:

The aliens (their race and planet being unnamed), are from “far, far away”. They bear some resemblance to E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, but have landed on Earth to conduct research on the planet. Their invasion was somehow authorized by the United States government, and they release their “crystallized” prisoners before they leave.

Throughout the film, the aliens are shown to grow hot or ill very quickly at room temperature, suggesting that their planet is considerably cooler than Earth. The fact that they have no need for breathing apparatus suggests that its atmosphere also contains oxygen.

They are led on Earth by an alien posing as guest-house manager, Arthur Newman (no relation to Margaret), although their main leader, who appears close to the end, is only credited as “First Alien”. Where Arthur Newman seems sly, aggressive and arrogant, the First Alien seems more compassionate and understanding. The First Alien tries to reason with Bigelow about his daughter, while Arthur simply crystallizes those who defy him.

Other aliens featured in the film include The Avon Lady, The Man in Dark Glasses and a gang of Rockers.

Trivia:

Two stars from the cult classic sci-fi series “Lost in Space”, Mark Goddard and June Lockhart, appear in this film, which is a homage to cult sci-fi.

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fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451 is a 1966 film directed by François Truffaut, in his first colour film and first and only English-language film. It is based on the novel of the same name by Ray Bradbury.

The film starred Oskar Werner as Montag and Julie Christie who was nominated for a BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role award for the dual roles of Linda (Mildred) Montag and Clarisse.

Trivia:

  • Among the books burned by the firemen is the film journal “Cahiers du Cinema” for which director François Truffaut wrote. Pictured on the cover is a picture from À bout de souffle (1960), written by Truffaut. Also among the books burned is “The Martian Chronicles” and “Fahrenheit 451″ itself, both written by Ray Bradbury.
  • Director François Truffaut was so eager to begin filming that he and co-writer Jean-Louis Richard wrote the screenplay before they had fully mastered English. Ultimately, Truffaut was disappointed in the awkward, stilted English-language dialogue; he was much happier with the French-dubbed version, which he supervised.
  • The first and only English language film for director François Truffaut.
  • The film’s credits are spoken, not read, in keeping with the film’s theme of destruction of reading material.
  • According to producer Lewis M. Allen, François Truffaut and Oskar Werner hated each other by the end of filming. For the last two weeks, they didn’t speak to one another.
  • For the part of the captain, producers considered Laurence Olivier, Sterling Hayden, and Michael Redgrave before hiring Cyril Cusack.
  • According to producer Lewis M. Allen, it was his last-minute idea to have Julie Christie play both main female roles. Allen says Terence Stamp then withdrew from playing Montag because Stamp felt that with two parts, Christie would overshadow him.
  • Oskar Werner cut his hair for the final scene to purposely create a continuity error. This was due to his hatred for the director.
  • The title of the movie (and the book) comes from the exact temperature at which paper catches fire.
  • Author Ray Bradbury never did any fact-checking in regards to the title. He asked a fire chief what temperature book paper burned at, and was given the answer “451 degrees Fahrenheit.” He liked the title so much, he didn’t bother to see if it was the correct temperature (it is.)
  • Paul Newman, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Charles Aznavour, Peter O’Toole, and Terence Stamp were all considered for the role of Montag.
  • Montgomery Clift supposedly also passed on the Guy Montag role.

    Julie Christie sexy

    Julie Christie

  • Books shown or mentioned in the movie: – Don Quixote – Othello, the Moor of Venice – Vanity Fair – Madame Bovary – Le monde a coté – Alice’s Adventues in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass – Gaspard Hauser – Robinson Crusoe – The World of Salvador Dali – Jeanne d’Arc – Life and Loves – The Weather – My Autobiography by Charles Chaplin – Les negres – Confessions of an Irish Rebel – The Ginger Man – Petrouchka – The Catcher In The Rye – The Moon and Sixpence – Lolita – David Copperfield – Mein Kampf – She Might Have Been Queen – Social Aspects of Disease – The Ethics of Aristotle – The Brothers Karamazov – The Sorrows of Young Werther – The Martian Chronicles – Plato’s Republic – Fahrenheit 451 – Pride and Prejudice
  • The scene where the fireman first put on his gear, is filmed in reverse. The same scene but in normal run is used again later for him to take out his gear.
  • Amongst the actresses considered for the role of Clarisse/Linda Montag was Jean Seberg.
  • François Truffaut’s first film in color.
  • Although film editor Thom Noble speculates on the DVD that the books burned in the film’s fire sequences were all director François Truffaut’s, the director actually solicited paperbacks from grips, electricians and other crew members working on the film because he felt that well-worn, dogeared copies achieved the effect he wanted to convey.
  • Many of the books burned during the entire movie are director François Truffaut’s favorites. Producer Lewis M. Allen says that it’s possible that Truffaut himself brought the books.
  • According to producer Lewis M. Allen, François Truffaut spoke virtually no English, and the cast and crew mostly operated in French. Oskar Werner, Julie Christie, cinematographer Nicolas Roeg and associate producer Michael Dalamar all spoke French. Allen had high school French, but editor Thom Noble did not speak the language at all.
  • Producer Lewis M. Allen said the studio’s legal department requested that only books in the public domain be shown burning for fear of being sued by offended authors. Director François Truffaut and Allen ignored the request, believing that anyone would be flattered to have their book included.
  • Director ‘Francois Truffaut’ cast Oskar Werner, the star of his classic Jules et Jim (1962), in the role of Guy Montag, after Terence Stamp dropped out of the role because he apparently had problems with the idea of co-starring with Julie Christie, his former lover. Stamp felt that Christie’s appearing in dual roles would overshadow him. Losing his ideal Montag (the film after all was set in England), Truffaut turned to the Austrian Werner, whose accent and demeanor were decidedly non-English. The great director came to regret his casting choice as he became dismayed by Werner’s interpretation of the character and the two frequently clashed.
  • The location filming of the final sequence with the “Book People” took place in poor weather. It was hoped that the weather would improve for the final days of shooting. Instead, they discovered that it had begun snowing during the night. The filming of the final shots while it was snowing was an unplanned contribution to the film’s memorable ending.
  • Anton Diffring is dubbed.
  • While shooting in London Truffaut felt no rapport with the English crew since he spoke only French, so off the set he held up in the hotel room for six months and had his meals brought to his room. When he got back in Paris, his friends asked him what swinging London was like and he answered “I don’t know – I just got out of the Hilton.”
  • François Truffaut considered science fiction as uninteresting and arbitrary and because he was saying that someone told him the story of Ray Bradbury’s novel Fahrenheit 451. Immediately after hearing the story Truffaut wanted to make a movie about it and it took him years to raise the money for making it.
  • François Truffaut said that only in this movie he had serious troubles with an actor and that was Oskar Werner. Truffaut asked Oskar to forget heroics and play with great deal of modesty, but he wanted to play it with arrogance. They were constantly misunderstanding each other. Truffaut didn’t like robotic performance that Oskar gave and asked him to play it like a monkey discovering books for the first time, sniffing at them, wondering what they are; but Oskar said that because it was science fiction film he’ll play it like a robot.
  • Because François Truffaut had so much trouble with the leading actor, Oskar Werner, he said that if he hasn’t wasted six years into making this film that he would of left the set like a shot.

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Jack Black Birthday August 28

Tenacious D

Tenacious D

Jack Black
Jack Black

Thomas Jacob “Jack” Black

(born August 28, 1969) is an American actor, comedian, and musician. He makes up one half of the comedy and heavy metal music duo Tenacious D. The group has two albums and a full-length film. His acting career is extensive, starring primarily as bumbling, cocky, but internally self-conscious outsiders in comedy films. He is a member of the Frat Pack, a group of comedians who have appeared together in several Hollywood films, and has been nominated for a Golden Globe award. He has also won an MTV Movie Award, and a Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award.

 

 

 

Trivia:

Member of the band Tenacious D.

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Filmed a television pilot called Heat Vision and Jack (1999) (TV) co-starring Ron Silver, and Christine Taylor, and directed by Ben Stiller. The show was a parody of “Knight Rider” (1982), as well as other action/ adventure shows, and featured a talking motorcycle voiced by Owen Wilson.

Discovered he could act when he played a game of Freeze after a Passover seder.

Revealed on an Australian late night variety show that his favorite KISS rock song is 1982’s “I Love it Loud,” where he began singing parodied lyrics to the first verse.

 

Often competes for the same parts with Philip Seymour Hoffman. On the The School of Rock(2003) DVD audio commentary, he jokingly calls Hoffman “my nemesis.”

Shares a birthday with Shania Twain, LeAnn Rimes and Daniel Stern.

Born on the same day as Jason Priestley.

Attended Crossroads High School for the Arts and Sciences.

Is a member of, what the media refers to as the Frat Pack along with Will Ferrell, Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Steve Carell and Luke Wilson. The Frat Pack name is a reference to the film Old School (2003), which features Vaughn, Ferrell, and Wilson, due to the wide number of films featuring the seven actors. Black’s “Frat Pack” films include The Cable Guy (1996), Envy (2004), and Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004).

Starred in a management training film “Manager of the Year – Effective Listening (1987)” as a teenager who tells his father that the family car has been stolen.

Had his gall bladder removed.

Hosted the MTV Movie Awards in 2002 along with Sarah Michelle Gellar.

Sang backup vocals for the songs in Bob Roberts (1992).

One of his closest friends is David Grohl.

Dave Grohl in 'Tenacious D and the Pick of Destiny'

Dave Grohl in 'Tenacious D and the Pick of Destiny'

Is good friends with Tim Robbins.

Attended Poseidon School in Santa Monica, California.

Despite poking fun at the genre, he is actually a very knowledgeable fan of a lot hard rock/metal music from the 1970s and 1980s. He even appears as part of Tenacious D in the Ronnie James Dio video for the song “Push.”

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Appears in a parody of the Council of Elrond scene shown during the MTV movie awards. Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson later cast him in King Kong (2005).

King Kong 2005

King Kong 2005

His parents, who were both rocket scientists, divorced when Black was 10. His mother worked on the Hubble space telescope.

Originally met his wife in high school. They both attended Crossroads, a private school. They met again 15 years after they graduated high school at a friend’s birthday party.

Wife, Tanya Haden, is a cellist. She is the daughter of jazz great Charlie Haden.

His wife is a triplet. Her two other sisters, Petra Haden and Rachel Haden, also musicians, used to be members of the band That Dog. Petra was also a former member of the band The Decemberists. Their brother is Josh Haden.

He and his wife eloped after dating less than a year. They were married in Big Sur, California by the same minister who performed Shane Stanley and Val Barri’s ceremony in 2005.

He and his wife, Tanya Haden, became the parents of a boy, Samuel Jason Black, on June 10th, 2006.

Auditioned for the role of “Cubby Barnes” in Ransom (1996).

Mentioned in the song “High School Never Ends” by Bowling for Soup, as “the clown”.

Good friends with Will Smith.

Huge fan of Professional Wrestling.

Jack Black and Robert Downey Jr.

Jack Black and Robert Downey Jr.

Was considered for the role of Freddy Lounds in Red Dragon (2002).

Jack and his wife, Tanya Haden, became the parents of their second son, Thomas David Black, on May 23rd 2008.

Said he considers The Who to be the greatest band in the world, explaining that “they were the first ones to ever rock HARD… the recklessness, the deliciousness!”.

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David Soul Birthday – August 28

 

David Soul

David Soul

David Soul

(born 28 August 1943) is an American actor and singer, best known for his role as the California police Det. Kenneth “Hutch” Hutchinson in the television program Starsky and Hutch (1975-79). He became a British citizen in 2004.

Soul first gained attention as the mysterious “Covered Man” on several appearances on The Merv Griffin Show in 1967, in which he sang while wearing a ski mask and explained: “My name is David Soul, and I want to be known for my music.”  The same year, he made his film debut in The Secret Sharer.

Soul then appeared as level-headed Joshua Bolt on the television program Here Come the Brides, and later, Arthur Hill’s law partner on Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law. Superstar status came when he portrayed Det. Ken “Hutch” Hutchinson on Starsky and Hutch, a role he played from 1975-79. He has also made guest appearances on shows such as I Dream of Jeannie, McMillan and Wife, Cannon, Gunsmoke, All in the Family, the TV miniseries World War III, Star Trek, and The Streets of San Francisco. Soul also appeared in the lead role in the TV mini-series Salem’s Lot, based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King (1979). In films, Soul played in the 1971 film Johnny Got His Gun, but his best known film appearance was opposite Clint Eastwood in Magnum Force (1973).David_Soul_

Soul had successful singing career, including hits such as “Don’t Give Up on Us” and “Silver Lady”.  

Soul continued to make guest appearances in various US television series, with the occasional small film role. He starred as the infamous Florida robber Michael Platt in the TV film In the Line of Duty: The FBI Murders (1988), which depicted the 1986 FBI Miami shootout.  In the mid 1990s, Soul moved to London, forging a new career on the West End stage.  September 2004, he became a British citizen. He has also kept his US citizenship and ties with the US. 

In August 2008, Soul appeared in the reality TV talent show-themed television series Maestro on BBC Two.

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Salem's Lot 1979

Salem's Lot 1979

 Make Up Department
  Bette Iverson … hair stylist
  Ben Lane … makeup artist
  Jack H. Young … special makeup effects

Special Effects Department
  Frank Torro … special effects

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