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Greydon Clark

Greydon Clark was born on February 7, 1943, in Niles, Michigan. He attended Valparaiso University near Chicago and studied acting with coach John Morley. He supported himself as a door-to-door salesman prior to breaking into the movie business. Clark began his cinematic career as an actor in several enjoyably lowbrow exploitation features for ... See full bio »

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Final Justice
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Dark Future
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 1998 Stargames
 1997 Mike Hammer, Private Eye (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- A Penny Saved (1997)
 1994 Dark Future
 1992 Dance Macabre
 1992 Mad Dog Coll
 1989 Skinheads
 1988 Uninvited (Video)
 1985 Final Justice
 1983 Joysticks
 1982 The Return
 1982 Wacko
 1978 Hi-Riders
 1976 Black Shampoo
 1973 Tom
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DVD commentary: Provides commentary on the Scorpion Releasing DVD of his film The Return (1982). See more »

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Dennis Wayne


6' 2" (1.88 m)

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Growing up in the Midwest, I didn't know what a director did except he was the last name before the movie began. When I came out here and got on a set I realized the director had the best job of anyone. I can't imagine anything as fulfilling as looking into the sky and thinking, "I've got this story in mind", and then sitting down at my computer and staring at the monitor and writing. "Ext. day -... See more »


Considers one of the proudest moments in his life to be marching in a civil rights parade with Martin Luther King. See more »

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