Anton L. Vogel
29 June 1942
|Died||27 July 2015 73)(aged|
Tony Vogel (29 June 1942 – 27 July 2015) was an English actor.He played Andrew in the mini-series of Zeffirelli's Jesus of Nazareth (1977), Aquila in A.D. Anno Domini (1985) and the title role in the 1979 television adaptation of Dick Barton .
He graduated from RADA in 1963.
|1968||Theatre 625||Nat Mender||TV series – The Year of the Sex Olympics|
|1968||Resurrection||Nikolai – Dmitri||TV mini-series|
|1969||Oh! What a Lovely War||German Soldier||Uncredited|
|1970||Paul Temple||Piet||TV series – Games People Play|
|1970||A Family at War||A German Soldier||TV series – A Lesson in War|
|1971||The Last Valley||Tub|
|1971||A Town Called Bastard||Man||Uncredited|
|1971||Jason King||Enzio||TV series – All That Glisters: Parts 1 & 2|
|1972||Full House||Council workman||TV series – Episode dated 9 December 1972|
|1976||The New Avengers||Ivan||TV series – Three Handed Game|
|1977||Jesus of Nazareth||Andrew||TV mini-series – Part 1 & 2|
|1977||The XYY Man||Detective||TV series – Now We Are Dead|
|1978||Life of Shakespeare||Blount||TV mini-series – Rebellion's Masterpiece|
|1978||The Professionals||Frank||TV series - Kidnapper 1 – First Night|
|1978||Return of the Saint||Diskette||TV series – Yesterday's Hero|
|1979||Dick Barton: Special Agent||Dick Barton||TV series – Adventure Three: Part 1, The Great Tobacco Conspiracy: Part 1, Adventure Two: Part 1|
|1979||Meetings with Remarkable Men||Monk||One of the three monks in the scene with Father Giovanni.|
|1979||S.O.S. Titanic||2nd Officer Jimmy Basset - Carpathia||TV movie, Uncredited|
|1979||The Human Factor||Matthew Connolly|
|1980||Black Angel||Sir Maddox||Short|
|1980||The Day Christ Died||First Temple Guard||TV movie|
|1981||Omen III: The Final Conflict||Brother Antonio|
|1981||Raiders of the Lost Ark||Tall Captain|
|1982–1983||Marco Polo||Matteo Polo||TV mini-series|
|1983||Hearts and Armour||Ferraù|
|1984||Remington Steele||Michael Banks||TV series – Puzzled Steele|
|1985||A.D.||Aquila – Parts1,2,3,4 & 5|
|1985||Mussolini: The Untold Story||Tarabella||TV mini-series|
|1987||Cry Freedom||2nd Roadblock policeman|
|1988||Down There in the Jungle|
|1989||Crossbow: The Movie||video|
|1989||Minder||Det Sgt Bradshaw||TV series – The Last Video Show|
|1989||Ruth Rendell Mysteries||Roy Carroll||TV series – The Veiled One|
|1990||Una vita scellerata||Baccio Bandinelli|
|1990||A Season of Giants||Bramante||TV movie|
|1990||Blue dolphin - l'avventura continua||Zio Gerry|
|1991||The Storyteller: Greek Myths||Diktys||TV series – Perseus & the Gorgon|
|1992||Lovejoy||Barney Waddock||TV series – Friends in High Places|
|1993||The Baby of Mâcon||The Father|
|1994||Anna Lee||Alan Lucas||TV series – Dupe|
|1997||Peak Practice||Freddie Fairburn||TV series – A Change of Heart|
|1997||The Odyssey||Eumaeus||TV movie|
|2000||The 10th Kingdom||Boatman||TV mini-series – Episode #1.4|
|2000||Esther Kahn||Dodo, Trish's husband|
|2001||The Emperor's New Clothes||British sergeant|
|2004||Miracle||Team West Germany|
|2007||Silk||Café Verdun Man #1||(final film role)|
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