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James Whyle

James Whyle was born on October 5, 1955 in Amatole, Eastern Cape, South Africa. He is an actor and writer, known for A Place for Weeping (1986), Steel Dawn (1987) and Tenth of a Second (1987). See full bio »

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Known For

A Place for Weeping
A Place for Weeping Philip Seago
Steel Dawn
Steel Dawn Tooey
Tenth of a Second
Tenth of a Second Michael Wilder
Sarafina! Soldier


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 1998 Operation Delta Force 3: Clear Target
Chief of Boat - U.S.S. Roosevelt
 1997 Operation Delta Force 2: Mayday (TV Movie)
Helicopter Pilot 1 (Begley)
 1997 Tarzan: The Epic Adventures (TV Series)
- Tarzan and the Amtorans (1997) ... Vilor
 1997 Eva (TV Movie)
Paul Corver
 1996 Le propre de l'homme (TV Movie)
Tom Ballou
 1995 Not Quite Friday Night (TV Series)
 1995 Live Wire 2: Human Timebomb (Video)
Gang Leader
 1994 Freefall
 1994 Project Shadowchaser II
 1994 Woman of Desire
1st Officer
 1993 Sweating Bullets (TV Series)
- Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (1993) ... Albert
 1993 Terminator Woman
Aslin (uncredited)
 1992 Sarafina!
 1990 Any Man's Death
 1990 Reason to Die
Drug Buyer
 1989 American Eagle
Gangmember 1
 1989 Out on Bail
Trooper Cain
 1988 Big Game
 1988 The Stick
 1987 Tenth of a Second
Michael Wilder
 1987 Steel Dawn
 1987 City of Blood
Army Lieutenant
 1987 Shot Down
Cabaret police
 1986 A Place for Weeping
Philip Seago (as James Whylie)
Show Show Writer (1 credit)

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Alternate Names:

James Whylie

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Gave up acting to become a writer.

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