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John Slade is an actor, known for L.A. Confidential (1997), 976-EVIL (1988) and Slam Dance (1987). See full bio »
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Known For

L.A. Confidential
L.A. Confidential Photographer at Hospital
976-EVIL John Doe
Slam Dance
Slam Dance Junkie
Ran shao de gang wan


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 2002 Catching Heaven's Horse (Video)
 1998 Ran shao de gang wan
Mason (as Yuehan Silade)
 1997 Titanic
Ohio Man (uncredited)
 1997 L.A. Confidential
Photographer at Hospital
 1991 Black Magic Woman
Detective Burns (as John C. Slade)
 1989 L.A. Law (TV Series)
Thomas Griese
- To Live and Diet in L.A. (1989) ... Thomas Griese (as Jon C. Slade)
 1988 976-EVIL
John Doe (as Jon Slade)
 1987 Wiseguy (TV Series)
- Last Rites for Lucci (1987) ... Ratso (as Jon Slade)
 1987 Slam Dance
Junkie (as Jon C. Slade)
 1985 Hill Street Blues (TV Series)
- Davenport in a Storm (1985) ... Belinsky
 1983 I Want to Live (TV Movie)
Father Charles (as Jon Slade)
 1982-1983 Trapper John, M.D. (TV Series)
Band Leader / The Host
- Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow (1983) ... Band Leader (as Jon Slade)
- Three on a Mismatch (1982) ... The Host
 1982 Voyagers! (TV Series)
Prince John

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Alternate Names:

Yuehan Silade | John C. Slade | Jon C. Slade | Jon Slade


5' 10" (1.78 m)

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Between the writing of his own adaptation of Shelby Foote's "Shiloh" (that he also directed) and the rehearsals, he spent three months in China for the filming of Ran shao de gang wan (1998).

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