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Brett Halsey (born June 20, 1933, in Santa Ana, California), is an american film actor, sometimes credited as Montgomery Ford. He played supporting and co-starring roles in Hollywood, appearing in such films as Return of the Fly (1959) with Vincent Price. By the early 1960s, he relocated to Italy where he found himself in high demand in a score of adventurous films such as Seven Swords for the King or The Avenger of Venice, being often cast a a swashbuckling hero. he also appeared in a few spaghetti westerns.
In 1964, he married the popular German actress and singer Heidi Brühl. They had two children, son Clayton Alexander Siegfried and daughter Nicole. They divorced in 1976.
He returned to the United States in the early 1970s, and worked in film and television. He made many appearances in soap operas like General Hospital but also made supporting appearances in higher-profile films such as The Godfather: Part III.
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