|Born||in Sacramento, California, USA|
|Died||in Bonn, Germany (complications from Alzheimer's disease)|
|Height||6' 2" (1.88 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Born in 1921. Played football at UCLA, and was awarded a degree in Business Administration. Specializes in scenes involving underwater activities, and also fight and combat sequences. One of the elder statesmen in terms of stunt and action activities in Holllywood films over many decades. His probable single most famous distinctive film sequence involves the "human sacrifice episode" in the 1955 MGM Lana Turner film "The Prodigal", in which he was the guest of honor.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Hans C. Frederick
|Karin Dor||(1988 - 2007) (his death)|