"The Method Vs. The Fast Ball", "Playboy" (USA), April 1984, p.72-74+84+178.
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Roy R. Scheider
5' 9" (1.75 m)
Did You Know?
I've been fortunate to do what I consider three landmark films. The French Connection
(1971) spawned a whole era of the relationship between two policemen, based on an enormous amount of truth about working on the job. Jaws
(1975) was the first big, blockbuster outdoor-adventure film. And certainly All That Jazz
(1979) is not like any old MGM musical. Each one of these films is unique, and I ...
1950 (March 17): Won - Roy Scheider knocked out Earl Garrett in the first round of an amateur boxing match in New Jersey. Scheider suffered a nose injury and drops out of the tournament (Golden Gloves).