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Jordan Christopher (I) (1942–1996)

Jordan Christopher was born on October 23, 1942 in Youngstown, Ohio, USA as Jordan Zankoff. He was an actor, known for Brainstorm (1983), Pigeons (1970) and Star 80 (1983). He was married to Sybil Williams. He died on January 21, 1996 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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 1986-1987 Scarecrow and Mrs. King (TV Series)
Norton Scott / Ren Lepard
- Mission of Gold (1987) ... Norton Scott (as Jordon Christopher)
- The Triumvirate (1986) ... Ren Lepard
 1986 That's Life!
Dr. Keith Romanis
 1985 Seduced (TV Movie)
 1984 Paper Dolls (TV Series)
- Episode #1.1 (1984) ... Oliver
 1983 Brainstorm
Gordy Forbes
 1983 Star 80
Peter Rose
 1983 Hart to Hart (TV Series)
Alex Fordham
- Harts on the Scent (1983) ... Alex Fordham
 1980-1981 Secrets of Midland Heights (TV Series)
Guy Millington
- The Race (1981) ... Guy Millington
- The Searchers (1980) ... Guy Millington
- Founder's Day (1980) ... Guy Millington
 1974 The ABC Afternoon Playbreak (TV Series)
- Heart in Hiding (1974) ... Adam
 1970 Pigeons
 1969 Angel, Angel, Down We Go
Bogart Peter Stuyvesant
 1969 The Tree
Buck Gagnon
 1969 The Name of the Game (TV Series)
Bruce Roxton
- Love-In at Ground Zero (1969) ... Bruce Roxton
 1966 Return of the Seven
 1966 The Fat Spy
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 1969 Angel, Angel, Down We Go (performer: "Angel Angel Down We Go", "The Fat Song", "Hey Hey Hey and a Hi Ho", "Lady Lady", "Mother Lover", "Revelation")
 1966 The Fat Spy (writer: "Wild Way of Living", "People Sure Act Funny")

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In 1965, he and his rock band, The Wild Ones, were the first to record the rock standard "Wild Thing", written by Chip Taylor (actor 'Jon Voight''s brother). As a discotheque band named "The Wild Ones", "Wild Thing" was intended to be their signature song. A year later, it became a multi-million seller for The Troggs. The song was also adopted by 'Jimi Hendrix'. See more »

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