Frank Thring

Birthday: May 11, 1926
Birthplace: Not Available
Forceful Australian stage actor Frank Thring averaged about one movie appearance per year after his 1958 debut in A Question of Adultery. Eminently suited for Biblical roles--especially those calling for a touch of weary condescension--Thring was seen as Pontius Pilate in Ben Hur (1959) and as Herod Antipas in The King of Kings. Later on, he brought a tattered dignity to the character of "The Collector" in Mel Gibson's Mad Max movies. Children of the sixties will remember Frank Thring as the hissable sometimes villain in the Australian TV series Skippy, the Bush Kangaroo (1969).

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
17% Howling III: The Marsupials Jack Citron 1987
No Score Yet Death Of A Soldier Actor 1986
80% Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome The Collector 1985
No Score Yet Death Shock Actor 1981
No Score Yet Mad Dog Morgan Superintendent Cobham 1976
100% The Man from Hong Kong (The Dragon Flies) Willard 1975
No Score Yet Alvin Rides Again `Fingers' 1974
43% Ned Kelly (Ned Kelly, Outlaw) Judge Barry 1970
100% Age of Consent Godfrey 1969
92% El Cid Al Kadir 1961
85% King of Kings Herod Antipas 1961
87% Ben-Hur Pontius Pilate 1959
75% The Vikings King Aella 1958

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