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Anthony Forrest (I)


Born in Birmingham, England, Anthony grew up in Montreal, Canada where he attended St. Thomas High School in the West Island area of Montreal. His first public performance at 15 was in a two hand stage production at the Israeli Pavilion, Montreal under the direction of Bill Millerd. He later joined Maxim Mazumdar's Phoenix Theater Company. See full bio »

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 2000 Infidelity (Short) (as Harper Quantrill)
 1997 La Femme Nikita (TV Series)
Frederick Borsos
- Missing (1997) ... Frederick Borsos (as Harper Quantrill)
 1986 The American Way
Vet 4
 1983 American Playhouse (TV Series)
US Lieutenant
- The Files on Jill Hatch: Part I (1983) ... US Lieutenant
 1981 Bergerac (TV Series)
Beaumont
- The Hood and the Harlequin (1981) ... Beaumont
 1981 Reds
Harry Reed (uncredited)
 1980 Oppenheimer (TV Mini-Series)
Rossi Lomanitz
 1978 Killer's Moon
Pete
 1977 Valentino
Fatty's Manager (uncredited)
 1977 The Spy Who Loved Me
USS Wayne Crewman
 1977 Nasty Habits
Young Priest
 1976 The Eagle Has Landed
Sgt. Hayley (uncredited)
 1976 Space: 1999 (TV Series)
Carson
- The Mark of Archanon (1976) ... Carson
 1976 Shadows in an Empty Room (as Antony Forest)
 1975 Anne of Avonlea (TV Mini-Series)
Roy Gardner
- Episode #1.6 (1975) ... Roy Gardner
- Episode #1.5 (1975) ... Roy Gardner
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'Pantheons of the Tribe' 2008 Audio CD - Composer, Performer and Producer See more »


Alternate Names:

Antony Forest | Harper Quantrill
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[on filming Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)]One thing that I've always felt about [the making of] Star Wars is that it was much more like an indie film. It didn't feel like a Hollywood film. It felt much more homely, much more independent than that. I think that part of it was that George was a young film-maker at the time and he's very good, he surrounds himself with great people, very... See more »

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