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Anthony De Longis
Anthony Charles De Longis
March 23, 1950
Glendale, California, U.S.
|Occupation||Actor, stuntman, fight choreographer|
Mary de Longis
Anthony Charles De Longis (born March 23, 1950) is an American actor, stuntman, and fight choreographer.
De Longis was born in Glendale, California. He attended California State University, Northridge where he was initiated into the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.
He is well known for his recurring role during the first two seasons of the TV series Star Trek: Voyager , as First Maje Jal Culluh, leader of the Kazon-Nistrim.
A very experienced swordsman, he is also known for his roles on Highlander: The Series , as Lymon Kurlow in the third-season episode "Blackmail", and as Otavio Consone in the fifth-season episode "Duende". De Longis auditioned and was considered for the lead role in the series. A martial artist and weapon master in several disciplines, he played a swordsman opposite Jet Li in the 2006 martial arts epic Fearless , and gave Harrison Ford extensive whip training for the 2008 film Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull . He also taught Michelle Pfeiffer how to use the bullwhip for her role as Catwoman in the 1992 film Batman Returns . 
De Longis provided the voice of Marshal Leigh Johnson in the 2010 western video game, Red Dead Redemption . He also appeared in the downloadable content pack Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare .
De Longis' best known film role was as the character Blade in the 1987 film Masters of the Universe , in which he was also Frank Langella's stunt double. He also portrayed Gary Ketchum in Road House , performing featured fights against Patrick Swayze's Dalton.
He appeared as Claus Van Zandt in 1985 on the soap opera Days of Our Lives , and as Leo Mitchell in 1989 on Santa Barbara . He has also made guest appearances on many other TV series, including Battlestar Galactica (original series), V , Babylon 5 , Queen of Swords , and MacGyver . De Longis provided his voice in a Star Trek video game. De Longis was the voice actor as the main antagonist Lord Zygon in Starchaser: The Legend of Orin on 1985 film.
De Longis was also the swordmaster and stunt co-ordinator on the first six production episodes of the syndicated TV series Queen of Swords (101-107, not 105). The Queen of Swords was portrayed by newcomer Tessie Santiago and he trained her for two months in pre-production in California in the use of the rapier and dagger in the Spanish mysterious circle (Destreza) style  to give the heroine a unique fighting style. He had used this style in the episode "Duende" of Highlander: The Series . He also trained Santiago in the use of the whip before moving to Texas Hollywood, Almería, Spain for the filming of the series. He appears in episode 1, "Destiny", as Maestro Torres the fencing instructor of Tessa Alvarado and episode 16, "The Hanged Man", as the ruthless Krane of the title. In the series he trained guest stars Bo Derek and Cristián de la Fuente and also doubled for him. 
In 1999, De Longis formed Palpable Hit Productions, a production company specializing in bladed weapons and bullwhip training videos. The initial productions presented swordplay for performance, but in 2002 branched out to include historically correct combative fencing techniques in conjunction with the Martinez Academy of Arms.
In 2009, De Longis appeared on an episode of the Deadliest Warrior as an expert for the weapons and tactics used by William Wallace.
In 2015, De Longis appeared on an episode of MythBusters , teaching Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman how to use a bullwhip so they could test Indiana Jones myths.
In 2018, De Longis appeared as a guest on an episode of Good Mythical Morning in which he whipped Rhett McLaughlin on the buttocks. 
|2020||Fallen Angel||Spear Man|
|2018||Dead Men||Anson Cardena|
|2016||Six Gun Savior||Rex Cooper|
|2016||The Hunted: Origins||Vincent||Short|
|2016||Tower of Joy: A Game of Thrones FanFilm||Lord Commander Gerold Hightower||Short|
|2016||The Code of Cain||Kidnapper|
|2014||Rise of the Lonestar Ranger||Jeff Ake|
|2013||Gangster Squad||Burbank Jail Thug|
|2012||Cowboy Creed||Sheriff Graves||Short|
|2012||Day for Knight||Narrator||Short|
|2011||Last Words||Cavalryman||Video short|
|2010||Overlords, Incorporated||Vincent Marlowe||Short|
|2010||Blood Trail||The Master||Short|
|1995||Expect No Mercy||Damian|
|1993||CIA II: Target Alexa||Gate Mercenary||Credited as Anthony DeLongis|
|1992||Batman Returns||Terrifying Clown #2||Uncredited|
|1989||Road House||Gary Ketchum|
|1987||Masters of the Universe||Blade|
|The Chipmunk Adventure||Klaus Furschtein (voice)|
|1986||Dangerously Close||Smith Raddock|
|1985||Starchaser: The Legend of Orin||Lord Zygon (voice)|
|1984||The Warrior and the Sorceress||Kief||Credited as Anthony DeLongis|
|1982||The Sword and the Sorcerer||Rodrigo|
|1979||Jaguar Lives||Bret Barrett|
|1978||Circle of Iron||Morthond|
|1976||Swashbuckler||Soldier in Bar||Uncredited|
|1969||The Gay Deceivers||Uncredited|
|1976||The Quest||Red||Episode: "Day of Outrage"|
|1977||Family||Tony||Family: "Someone's Watching"|
|Quincy, M.E.||Russell||Episode: "Has Anybody Here Seen Quincy?"|
|Logan's Run||Ketcham||Episode: "Logan's Run"|
|1978||The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries||Sergio Morse||Episode: "Campus Terror"|
|1979||Battlestar Galactica||Taba||2 episodes|
|1982||Strike Force||Dennis||Episode: "Lonely Ladies"|
|1984||General Hospital||Irving||Unknown episodes|
|Matt Houston||Klein||Episode: "Criss-Cross"|
|The A-Team||Tony||Episode: "Harder Than It Looks"|
|Trapper John, M.D.||Mick Taggart||Episode: "The Fred Connection"|
|The Master||Draper||Episode: "The Java Tiger"|
|V||Ghalen||Episode: "The Dissident"|
|Murder, She Wrote||Serge Berensky||Episode: "Death Takes a Curtain Call"|
|1982-1985||The Dukes of Hazzard||Slade / Norton||2 episodes|
|1985||Days of Our Lives||Claus Van Zandt||Unknown episodes|
|1986||The Twilight Zone||Thompson||Episode: "The Convict's Piano"|
|1984-1987||The New Mike Hammer||Jack Cooley / David Cardell||2 episodes|
|1987||She's the Sheriff||The Butterfly||Episode: "Butterfly Is Free"|
|1986-1987||MacGyver||Major Nicolaj Kosov / Piedra - Assassin||3 episodes|
|1987||Moonlighting||Chain Gang Soloist||Episode: "Cool Hand Dave: Part 2"|
|1987||Simon & Simon||Zorn||Episode: "You, Too, Can Be a Detective"|
|1988||Sledge Hammer!||Arvin Swenson||Episode: "Suppose They Gave a War and Sledge Came?"|
|1988||High Mountain Rangers||Ivan Denisovitch||Episode: "Asylum"|
|1988||Houston Knights||Corliss||Episode: "For Caroline"|
|1989||Santa Barbara||Leo Mitchell||Unknown episodes|
|1990||Days of Our Lives||Hans||Episode #1.6290"|
|1993||Renegade||Pastorini / Frank Sand||2 episodes|
|1995–1996||Star Trek: Voyager||First Maje Jal Culluh||5 episodes|
|1996||Pacific Blue||Travis Morell||Episode: "Rapscallions"|
|1996||Babylon 5||Harry||Episode: "Whatever Happened to Mr. Garibaldi?"|
|1994-1997||Highlander: The Series||Otavio Consone / Lymon Kurlow||2 episodes|
|1997||Goosebumps||Man in Black||Episode: "Don't Go to Sleep"|
|1997||Conan||Prince Shadizar||Episode: "The Curse of Afka"|
|1998||The Adventures of Sinbad||Malek||Episode: "The Gryphon's Tale"|
|1998||The Adventures of Shirley Holmes||Vern||Episode: "The Case of the Galloping Ghost"|
|2000-2001||Queen of Swords||Maestro Juan Torres, Krane||2 episodes "Destiny", " Hanged Man"|
|2001||The Outer Limits||Commander McCarty||Episode: "The Vessel"|
|2001||MythQuest||Sir Lancelot||Episode: "Sir Caradoc at the Round Table"|
|2002||Ariana's Quest||Tarak||TV movie|
|2004||ER||EMT||Episode: "Try Carter"|
|2005||Las Vegas||Very Big Guy||Episode: "Double Down, Triple Threat"|
|2007||The War at Home||Fencing Instructor||Episode: "A Bitter Pill to Swallow"|
|2007||Mr. and Mrs. Smith||Hajek Bodyguard #1"||TV Short|
|2008||The Riches||Redneck||Episode: "Trust Never Sleeps"|
|2009||Leverage||Butcher of Kiev||Episode: "The Wedding Job"|
|2009||Lock N' Load with R. Lee Ermey||Himself||2 episodes|
|2009||Deadliest Warrior||Member of Team William Wallace||"Episode 8: William Wallace vs. Shaka Zulu"|
|2011||The AOF Channel||Anthony De Longis||5 episodes|
|2009–2011||The Hunted||Vincent||6 episodes|
|2012||Grimm||Judge Logan Patterson||Episode: "Game Ogre"|
|2012||Happily Never After||Bruce Cleland||Episode: "Weeping Widow"|
|2014||Revolution||Head Ranger||Episode: "S#!& Happens"|
|2014||Ride the Lightning||Bill Dixon||Episode: "Vengeance Part 3"|
|2014||NCIS: Los Angeles||Harrison Goodsell||Episode: "The Grey Man"|
|2015||The Millers||The Pope||Episode: "When the Pope Comes Marching In"|
|2015||The Story of Billy the Kidd||Sheriff Gary Kidd"||TV movie|
|2015||MythBusters||Himself||Episode: "Indiana Jones Special"|
|2017||Rusty Revolver: Origin||The Sunset Comanche||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2017||Midnight, Texas||Plantation Master||Episode: "Lemuel, Unchained"|
|2018||Arrested Development||Mr. F #2||3 episodes|
|1992||Star Trek: 25 Anniversary Enhanced||Federation Admiral|
|1993||Star Trek: Judgment Rites||Adm. Richards, Commander, Curator Breznia|
|2000||Fear Effect||Jacob "Deke" DeCourt|
|2010||Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare||Marshal Leigh Johnson|
|Red Dead Redemption|
|2011||Resistance 3||Mick Cutler, Martin, Ray|
|Might & Magic Heroes VI||Hiroshi|
|Bulletstorm||General Victor Sarrano|
|2012||Hitman: Absolution||Hope Cops, Supporting Cast|
|2014||Wasteland 2||Pistol Pete|
|2020||Wasteland 3||Male Nightclub Bouncer, Flab the Inhaler, Percival Wesson, Ranch Leader, Marshal Lupinski|
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