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Stephen Forsyth (I)


Stephen Forsyth is an actor, known for Hatchet for the Honeymoon (1970), L'uomo di Toledo (1965) and Furia a Marrakech (1966). See full bio »

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Known For

Hatchet for the Honeymoon
Hatchet for the Honeymoon John Harrington
(1970)
L'uomo di Toledo
L'uomo di Toledo Cap. Miguel
(1965)
Furia a Marrakech
Furia a Marrakech Bob Dixon
(1966)
Sangue chiama sangue
Sangue chiama sangue 'El Angel' / Andrej
(1968)

Filmography

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 1970 Hatchet for the Honeymoon
John Harrington
 1968 Black Jesus
Prisoner (as Stephen Forsyte)
 1968 Sangue chiama sangue
'El Angel' / Andrej
 1968 Acid - Delirio dei sensi
Eddie Stone - Konzern-Direktor
 1967 Death at Owell Rock
Lawrence White / Harry Boyd
 1966 Furia a Marrakech
Bob Dixon
 1965 In a Colt's Shadow
Steve Blaine
 1965 L'uomo di Toledo
Cap. Miguel
 1964 Genoveffa di Brabante
Golo
 1964 Love and Marriage (segment "Basta un attimo")
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Alternate Names:

Stephen Forsyte | Steve Forsyth
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Trivia:

Canadian actor who enjoyed a short career in Italy. Unhappy with the roles he was being offered, he quit acting around 1970 and returned to his native Canada, where he started a new career as a music composer.

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