Marcus Gilbert (I)


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Marcus Gilbert was born on July 29, 1958 in Bristol. England, UK. He is an actor, known for Army of Darkness (1992), Rambo III (1988) and Uncle Silas (1989). See full bio »

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Known For

Army of Darkness Lord Arthur
(1992)
Rambo III Tomask
(1988)
Uncle Silas Lord Carysbroke
(1989)
Biggles: Adventures in Time Eric Von Stalhein
(1986)

Filmography

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 2015 Meet Pursuit Delange: The Movie
John Scott MP
 2010 Dragon Soccer (Short)
Marcus
 2008 Freebird
Marl
 2001 Doctors (TV Series)
John Matthews
- Partners (2001) ... John Matthews
 1998 Jonathan Creek (TV Series)
Jason Tippet
- Mother Redcap (1998) ... Jason Tippet
 1997 The Big Easy (TV Series)
Jean Perrine
- Lafitte Don't Fail Me Now (1997) ... Jean Perrine
 1996 The Lazarus Man (TV Series)
Mr. Dunn
- Quality of the Enemy (1996) ... Mr. Dunn
- Purgatory (1996) ... Mr. Dunn
 1994 Woman of the Wolf (TV Movie)
The Man
 1994 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)
Colin Biddle
- Amsterdam Kill (1994) ... Colin Biddle
 1993 Legacy
David Walker
 1993 Riders (TV Movie)
Rupert Campbell-Black
 1992 Army of Darkness
Lord Arthur
 1992 Perfect Scoundrels (TV Series)
James Bridges
- Let No Man Put Asunder (1992) ... James Bridges
 1991 Hunter (TV Series)
Kane
- Fatal Obsession: Part 2 (1991) ... Kane (uncredited)
- Fatal Obsession: Part 1 (1991) ... Kane (uncredited)
 1990 Blood Royal: William the Conqueror (TV Movie)
Waltheof
 1990 A Ghost in Monte Carlo (TV Movie)
Lord Robert Stanford
 1989 Chameleons (TV Movie)
Ryan Delaney
 1989 Doctor Who (TV Series)
Ancelyn
- Battlefield: Part Four (1989) ... Ancelyn
- Battlefield: Part Three (1989) ... Ancelyn
- Battlefield: Part Two (1989) ... Ancelyn
- Battlefield: Part One (1989) ... Ancelyn
 1989 Uncle Silas (TV Mini Series)
Lord Carysbroke
- Episode #1.3 (1989) ... Lord Carysbroke
- Episode #1.2 (1989) ... Lord Carysbroke
 1988 Rambo III
Tomask
 1987 A Hazard of Hearts (TV Movie)
Lord Justin Vulcan
 1986 The Pyrates (TV Movie)
Captain Ben Avery
 1986 Biggles: Adventures in Time
Eric Von Stalhein
 1985 Connie (TV Series)
Georgiou
- Episode #1.8 (1985) ... Georgiou
- Episode #1.7 (1985) ... Georgiou
- Episode #1.6 (1985) ... Georgiou
 1984 Sherlock Holmes and the Masks of Death (TV Movie)
Anton Von Felseck
 1984 Robin Hood (TV Series)
Lucifer
- The Swords of Wayland (1984) ... Lucifer
 1984 Fox Mystery Theater (TV Series)
Young John Bray
- Tennis Court (1984) ... Young John Bray
 1984 Mr. Palfrey of Westminster (TV Series)
Fl. Lt. Dufour
- The Honeypot and the Bees (1984) ... Fl. Lt. Dufour
 1984 Master of the Game (TV Mini Series)
Rory McKenna
 1984 Diana (TV Mini Series)
Young Man
- Part Four - June 1934 (1984) ... Young Man
 1983 The Weather in the Streets (TV Movie)
Kurt
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Other Works:

TV commercial for Ferrero: Giotto (1996/97)


Height:

6' 2" (1.88 m)
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He has made over 50 commercials including one for Lee Jeans called Mean Jeans, directed by Willi Patterson, which won the best cinema commercial award in 1986. See more »

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