Steve Reeves

Highest Rated: 64% Keeping Rosy (2014)
Lowest Rated: 29% Jail Bait (1954)
Birthday: Jan 21, 1926
Birthplace: Not Available
Bearded, biceped bodybuilder Steve Reeves was the recipient of several "Mr." titles in the early '50s, most notably Mr. Universe and Mr. America. He was in small TV roles on the basis of his "build"; one of his early jobs on the weekly sitcom Topper garnered more fan mail than any other episode of that series. Reeves' first movie speaking role was in Jail Bait, a 1954 cheapie directed by the one and only Edward Wood Jr.. He then headed to Europe, attaining worldwide fame via entrepreneur Joseph E. Levine's Hercules films. Steve Reeves starred in (and occasionally produced and scripted) Italian sword-and-sandal epics until retiring to count his money in 1968.


Highest Rated Movies



64% Keeping Rosy Screenwriter Director 2014
No Score Yet Sandokan the Great (Sandokan, la tigre di Mompracem) Sandokan 1963
No Score Yet The Avenger (Leggenda di Enea, La) Aeneas 1962
No Score Yet The Trojan Horse Aeneas 1962
No Score Yet The Slave Randus 1962
No Score Yet The Thief of Baghdad Karim 1961
No Score Yet Hercules Unchained Hercules 1960
No Score Yet Morgan the Pirate Henry Morgan 1960
No Score Yet The Giant of Marathon Philippides 1959
No Score Yet Gli ultimi giorni di Pompei (The Last Days of Pompeii) Glaucus 1959
38% Hercules Ercole 1959
No Score Yet Goliath and the Barbarians Emiliano 1959
No Score Yet The White Warrior (Agi Murad il diavolo bianco) Hadji Murad/The White Warrior 1959
No Score Yet Ultimate Hero Actor 1959
No Score Yet Athena Ed Perkins 1954
29% Jail Bait Lt. Bob Lawrence 1954


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