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Richard Graydon (1922–2014)


Richard Graydon was born on May 12, 1922 in London, England. He is known for his work on Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998), Batman (1989) and Moonraker (1979). He was married to Hermione Bedford. He died on December 22, 2014 in England. See full bio »

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(age 92) in England, UK

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 1989 The Littlest Viking (stunts)
 1989 Batman (stunts)
 1988 Willow (stunts)
 1987 Pathfinder (stunts)
 1986 Pirates (stunts - uncredited)
 1986 Dream Lover (stunt coordinator: UK)
 1985 A View to a Kill (additional stunts - uncredited)
 1985 Ladyhawke (stunt coordinator)
 1984 A Passage to India (stunt coordinator - uncredited)
 1984 Ordeal by Innocence (stunts)
 1984 Champions (stunt coordinator)
 1983 Octopussy (stunts - uncredited)
 1981 For Your Eyes Only (additional stunts - uncredited)
 1981 Raiders of the Lost Ark (stunts - uncredited)
 1980 ffolkes (stunts - uncredited)
 1979 Moonraker (stunt double: Roger Moore, cable car sequence - uncredited) / (stunts)
 1979 The Lady Vanishes (stunt arrangements)
 1979 The Passage (stunts - uncredited)
 1978 International Velvet (stunt coordinator)
 1978 The Wild Geese (stunts - uncredited)
 1977 Tod oder Freiheit (horse master)
 1977 The Spy Who Loved Me (stunts - uncredited)
 1977 Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (second stunt guard at cellblock AA-23 - uncredited) / (stunts - uncredited)
 1977 The Duellists (horsemaster)
 1976 The Man Who Fell to Earth (stunt coordinator - as Dickie Graydon)
 1975 Royal Flash (stunt arranger)
 1974 11 Harrowhouse (stunts - uncredited)
 1974 Dead Cert (stunts - uncredited)
 1973 Don't Look Now (stunt coordinator - as Richard Grayden)
 1971 When Eight Bells Toll (stunts - uncredited)
 1969 On Her Majesty's Secret Service (stunt double: George Lazenby - uncredited)
 1968 Where Eagles Dare (stunts - uncredited)
 1968 The Charge of the Light Brigade (stunt coordinator - uncredited)
 1967 You Only Live Twice (stunts - uncredited)
 1965 Thunderball (stunts - uncredited)
 1964 Goldfinger (stunts - uncredited)
 1963 From Russia with Love (stunts - uncredited)
 1962 Lawrence of Arabia (stunt coordinator - uncredited)
 1962 Waltz of the Toreadors (stunts - uncredited)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Richard Grayden | Dickie Graydon | Dick Graydon

Height:

5' 8" (1.73 m)
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Personal Quote:

Before Bob Simmons, the stunt-men were just advanced extras.

Trivia:

On the top of the cable-car in the James Bond-picture "Moonraker", he went over the side. He had no safety-hooks, hanging with just one hand. If it wouldn't work, the fall would be a certain death. He said "it is the nastiest moment of my career".

Nickname:

Dickie

Star Sign:

Taurus

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