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Franz Russell (1937–2008)

Franz Russell was born on May 31, 1937 in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. He was an actor, known for Agency (1980), Paperback Hero (1973) and The Trouble with Tracy (1971). He was married to Robin Douglas. He died on June 8, 2008 in Savannah, Georgia, USA. See full bio »

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(age 71) in Savannah, Georgia, USA

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Agency
Agency George Millar
(1980)
Paperback Hero
(1973)
The Trouble with Tracy
The Trouble with Tracy Paul Sherwood
(1971)

Filmography

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 1980 Agency
George Millar
 1974-1979 The Beachcombers (TV Series)
The Collector / Volcano Tantalides
- Songwriters (1979)
- In the Still of the Night (1975) ... Volcano Tantalides
 1978 Who'll Save Our Children? (TV Movie)
Oscar Taylor
 1977 Escape Under Sail
Narrator (voice)
 1976 Our Man Flint: Dead on Target (TV Movie)
 1975 Journey Into Fear
Greek Orthodox Priest
 1974 Sunday in the Country
Churchgoer
 1973 Paperback Hero
Big Ed
 1971 The Trouble with Tracy (TV Series)
Paul Sherwood
 1969 Change of Mind
Mayor Farrell
 1968 Wojeck (TV Series)
 1968 Upside Town/Swingaround (TV Series)
Town Councillor
 1967 Barney Boomer (TV Series)
Councillor Edgar Q. Russell
 1966 Seaway (TV Series)
Patterson / Russian Mike
- Maria (1966) ... Patterson
- The Wharf Rat (1966) ... Russian Mike
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A prominent voice over actor who spoke in hundreds of commercials.

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