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Rufus Collins (I) (1935–1996)

Rufus Collins was born on August 11, 1935 in New York City, New York, USA as Rufus Charles Collins. He was an actor, known for The Hunger (1983), Shock Treatment (1981) and Saving Souls (1995). He died on November 4, 1996 in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands. See full bio »

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The Hunger
The Hunger Charlie Humphries
Shock Treatment
Shock Treatment Neely's Camera Crew
Saving Souls
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Summer of Secrets


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 1995 Saving Souls (Short)
 1983 Rumpole of the Bailey (TV Series)
Rev. Kenneth Cuazango
- Rumpole and the Golden Thread (1983) ... Rev. Kenneth Cuazango
 1983 The Old Men at the Zoo (TV Series)
Hinkley Barton
- Godmanchester's Plan (1983) ... Hinkley Barton
 1983 The Hunger
Charlie Humphries
 1982 Britannia Hospital
Odingu: The Radicals
 1982 Play for Tomorrow (TV Series)
- Crimes (1982) ... Elliot
 1978-1979 The Professionals (TV Series)
Mr. Lemon / Tin Can
- Heroes (1978) ... Tin Can
 1976 Summer of Secrets
 1969 Heads (Short)
 1964 The Brig
 1964 Soap Opera
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(1960s) Rufus was a member of The Living Theatre, a vanguard experimental acting troupe founded by Julian Beck and his wife Judith Malina, based in Manhattan and whose performance tours were worldwide. Its productions with Rufus include "The Brig," "Mysteries and Other Pieces," "Antigone," "Frankenstein" and "Paradise Now." See more »

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Studied acting at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London, England. See more »

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