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William Bonner (I) (1934–2014)

William Bonner was born in 1934 in Titusville, Pennsylvania, USA as Pierre Maurice Prenatt. He was an actor, known for Bigfoot (1970), Black Shampoo (1976) and Hell's Bloody Devils (1970). He died on October 21, 2014 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Bigfoot Lucky
Black Shampoo Maddox
Hell's Bloody Devils Bloody Devil
Hells Chosen Few Cue Ball


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 1976 Black Shampoo
Maddox (as Jack Mehoff)
 1975 Psychic Killer
Ambulance Driver (uncredited)
 1973 Soul Hustler
 1973 Tom
Father Cholackain
 1973 Cleopatra Jones
Cop in Bust (uncredited)
 1972 Angels' Wild Women
 1972 The Adventures of Flash Beaver (as Jack Mehoff)
 1972 Doomsday Voyage
 1971 The Blue Hour
Bearded Biker (uncredited)
 1971 Outlaw Riders
 1971 The Female Bunch (uncredited)
 1971 The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant
Bearded Posse Member (uncredited)
 1971 The Hard Ride
 1970 The Hard Road
 1970 Bigfoot
Lucky (as Bill Bonner)
 1970 Angels Die Hard
 1970 Hell's Bloody Devils
Bloody Devil (as Bill Bonner)
 1969 The Mighty Gorga
 1969 The Ice House
Thug in Striped Shirt (uncredited)
 1969 Satan's Sadists
 1969 Run, Angel, Run!
Duke (uncredited)
 1968 The Kiss Off
Bearded Bar Patron (uncredited)
 1968 Psych-Out
Thug (uncredited)
 1968 Hells Chosen Few
Cue Ball (as Bill Bonner)
 1967 The Hostage
 1965 Orgy of the Dead
2nd Doctor

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Alternate Names:

Bill Bonner | Jack Mehoff

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After graduation from high school, he enlisted at Rolling Air Force Base 25-DC and served for four years, part of which was served in Japan. After leaving the Air Force, he relocated to California, where he became interested in the film industry. See more »

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