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Carl Duering

Highest Rated: 88% A Clockwork Orange (1971)

Lowest Rated: 74% Arabesque (1966)

Birthday: May 29, 1923

Birthplace: Berlin, Germany

Carl Duering was an actor who graced the silver screen many times throughout his Hollywood career. Duering began his acting career with roles in such films as "The Red Beret" (1953), the dramatic adaptation "The Colditz Story" (1955) with John Mills and the Cornell Borchers drama "The Divided Heart" (1955). He also appeared in the Gregory Peck dramatic adaptation "Arabesque" (1966) and the comedy "Duffy" (1968) with James Coburn. He kept working in film throughout the seventies, starring in the action movie "Underground" (1970) with Robert Goulet, "A Clockwork Orange" (1971) and the Timothy Bottoms war "Operation Daybreak" (1975). He also appeared in "Voyage of the D*mned" (1976). Duering continued to exercise his talent in the eighties through the nineties, taking on a mix of projects like "Smiley's People" (1982-83), "Sleep Well, My Love" (1987) starring Debra Beaumont and "Shining Through" (1992) starring Michael Douglas. His credits also expanded to "Deja Vu" with Stephen Dillane (1998). Duering most recently acted in "Saltwater" (2001) with Peter McDonald.

Highest rated movies

A Clockwork Orange
Possession
Arabesque

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet 70% Young Indiana Jones and the Trenches of Hell Richter (Character) - 1999
84% 78% Possession Detective (Character) - 1981
88% 93% A Clockwork Orange Dr. Brodsky (Character) - 1971
No Score Yet No Score Yet Underground Stryker (Character) - 1970
No Score Yet 36% Duffy Bonivet (Character) - 1968
74% 54% Arabesque Hassan Jena (Character) - 1966
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Main Attraction Bus Driver (Character) - 1963
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Great Van Robbery Delgano (Character) - 1959

TV

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet El Santo Police Captain (Guest Star) 1964 1966
No Score Yet No Score Yet Behind Closed Doors Unknown (Character) 1958
No Score Yet No Score Yet Rheingold Theatre Willi Schloss (Character) 1953-1954