|Date of Birth||15 September 1928 , Brooklyn, New York, USA|
|Height||6' 2" (1.88 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
An Italian producer made Henry an offer he could not refuse--to star as a hero for a change--and he moved his family overseas. Silva's turning-point picture was a spaghetti western, The Hills Run Red (1966), which made him a hot box office commodity in Spain, Italy, Germany and France. His popularity was enhanced by a gift for languages. He speaks Italian and Spanish fluently and has a flair for the kind of gritty, realistic roles that also catapulted Charles Bronson to European stardom. Returning to the United States, he co-starred with Frank Sinatra in the film Contract on Cherry Street (1977), then signed on as Buck Rogers' evil adversary Kane in Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979) and the television series of the same name. Silva now calls the San Fernando Valley home, but makes continual film forays back to Europe's production centers. A dedicated jogger, he puts in five miles a day "to keep in shape and relieve tension".
- IMDb Mini Biography By: A. Nonymous
|Ruth Earl||(1966 - 1987) (2 children)|
|Cindy Conroy||(1959 - ?)|
|Mary Ramus||(? - 1955) (divorced)|