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Thayer David

Highest Rated:   96% Little Big Man (1970)
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Birthplace:   Medford, Massachusetts
Actor Thayer David did quite well for himself on stage, screen and television. By virtue of his prominent eyebrows and chin and his brutish frame, David tended to be typecast as villains, notably as the odious Count Sacnusson in Journey to the Centre of the Earth (1959), the shadowy arsonist in Save the Tiger (1973) and the untrustworthy boxing promoter in Rocky (1976). But in 1977, David was on the verge of TV hero-dom, thanks to an excellent showing in the title role in the 90-minute pilot film Meet Nero Wolfe. Alas, he died of a heart attack before the pilot could be spun off into a series. Thayer David was at one time married to actress Valerie French.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
29% House Calls
  • Pogostin
1978
No Score Yet The Amazing Spider-Man
  • Actor
1977
No Score Yet The Amazing Howard Hughes
  • Floyd Odlum
1977
60% Fun with Dick and Jane
  • Deacon
1977
93% Rocky
  • Jergens
1976
20% The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox
  • Josiah Widdicombe
1976
No Score Yet Francis Gary Powers: Story of the U-2 Spy Incident
  • Nikita Krushchev
1976
80% Hearts Of The West (Hollywood Cowboy)
  • Bank Manager
1975
No Score Yet Peeper (Fat Chance)
  • Frank Prendergast
1975
71% The Eiger Sanction
  • Dragon
1975
No Score Yet The Werewolf of Washington
  • Actor
1973
91% Save the Tiger
  • Charlie Robbins
1973
No Score Yet Run, Stranger, Run
  • Minister Pollard
1973
40% Savages
  • Nurder
1972
No Score Yet Night of Dark Shadows
  • Rev. Strack
1971
96% Little Big Man
  • Rev. Silas Pendrake
1970
43% House of Dark Shadows
  • Prof. T. Eliot Stokes
1970
No Score Yet The Story of Ruth
  • Hedak
1960
86% Journey to the Center of the Earth
  • Count Saknussemm
1959
No Score Yet A Time to Love and a Time to Die
  • Oscar Binding
1958
No Score Yet Baby Face Nelson
  • Connelly
1957

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