Appears unbilled as one of the shirtless simitar guards in "The Avengers" episode titled "Honey For The Prince". The episode appeared in season 4 and was episode 26 with an original air date of Mar 22 1966.
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[on Anthony Quinn
and Across 110th Street
(1972)] I can't stop laughing about Mr. Quinn. He wouldn't let me have anything. When I told him about how rough I had it as a kid in Harlem, he told me how he was hanged by the neck in Russia and left for dead. I told him I'd love to win an Academy award. "Don't bother, I'll lend you mine". "You don't know how rough it is coming up black in America". "...
His father was a Cameroonian (African) Jew, and his mother, whose family was from Panama, converted to Judaism. In an interview, he said that being fully Black and Jewish gave other children even more reason to pick on him growing up in New York City. However, he remains a devout, practicing Jew.
Often plays police detectives and military officers