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Tom Baker (II) (1940–1982)

Tom Baker was born on August 23, 1940 in West Virginia, USA as Thomas F. Baker. He was an actor and director, known for Love and Anger (1969), Angels Die Hard (1970) and I, a Man (1967). He died on September 2, 1982 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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 1980 Wholly Moses!
Egyptian Captain
 1979 More American Graffiti
Cop #1
 1979 Fyre
Nick Perrine
 1978 Starsky and Hutch (TV Series)
Officer Chuck Dobson
- Strange Justice (1978) ... Officer Chuck Dobson
 1978 Coming Attractions
Billy Jerk
 1978 American Hot Wax
Vinnie - Promo Man
 1977 Rollercoaster
Federal Agent #2
 1976 Two-Minute Warning
Stakowski (SWAT Team)
 1974 Candy Stripe Nurses
First Mechanic
 1973 The Young Nurses
 1971 Runaway, Runaway
 1971 The Last Movie
Member of Billy's Gang
 1971 In Search of America (TV Movie)
 1970 Angels Die Hard
 1969 Love and Anger (segment "L'indifferenza")
 1968 Beyond the Law
 1967 Iron Horse (TV Series)
Cal Wyatt
- Steel Chain to a Music Box (1967) ... Cal Wyatt
 1967 I, a Man
 1967 Dragnet 1967 (TV Series)
Donald Jones
- The Masked Bandits (1967) ... Donald Jones
 1967 The Virginian (TV Series)
- Requiem for a Country Doctor (1967) ... Deputy
 1966 Hawk (TV Series)
- The Theory of the Innocent Bystander (1966) ... Mechanic
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Mentioned in Danny Sugerman and Jerry Hopkins' book "No One Here Gets Out Alive" - he was part of the Warhol factory hangers-on - he befriended Jim Morrison, who recognized Baker from an earlier film in which he did full frontal nudity See more »

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