Tony Vogel

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Tony Vogel
Anton L. Vogel

(1942-06-29)29 June 1942
Died27 July 2015(2015-07-27) (aged 73)

Tony Vogel (29 June 1942 – 27 July 2015) was an English actor. [1] 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 . [2]


He graduated from RADA in 1963.

TV and filmography

1968Theatre 625Nat MenderTV series – The Year of the Sex Olympics
1968ResurrectionNikolai – DmitriTV mini-series
1968 Isadora Raymond Duncan
1969 Oh! What a Lovely War German SoldierUncredited
1970Paul TemplePietTV series – Games People Play
1970A Family at WarA German SoldierTV series – A Lesson in War
1971 The Last Valley Tub
1971 A Town Called Bastard ManUncredited
1971Jason KingEnzioTV series – All That Glisters: Parts 1 & 2
1972Full HouseCouncil workmanTV series – Episode dated 9 December 1972
1976The New AvengersIvanTV series – Three Handed Game
1977 Jesus of Nazareth AndrewTV mini-series – Part 1 & 2
1977The XYY ManDetectiveTV series – Now We Are Dead
1978Life of ShakespeareBlountTV mini-series – Rebellion's Masterpiece
1978The ProfessionalsFrankTV series - Kidnapper 1 – First Night
1978Return of the SaintDisketteTV series – Yesterday's Hero
1979Dick Barton: Special AgentDick BartonTV series – Adventure Three: Part 1, The Great Tobacco Conspiracy: Part 1, Adventure Two: Part 1
1979 Meetings with Remarkable Men MonkOne of the three monks in the scene with Father Giovanni.
1979 S.O.S. Titanic 2nd Officer Jimmy Basset - CarpathiaTV movie, Uncredited
1979 The Human Factor Matthew Connolly
1980 Black Angel Sir MaddoxShort
1980 The Day Christ Died First Temple GuardTV 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
1984Remington SteeleMichael BanksTV series – Puzzled Steele
1985 A.D. Aquila – Parts1,2,3,4 & 5
1985Mussolini: The Untold StoryTarabellaTV mini-series
1987 Cry Freedom 2nd Roadblock policeman
1988Down There in the Jungle
1989Crossbow: The Movievideo
1989MinderDet Sgt BradshawTV series – The Last Video Show
1989Ruth Rendell MysteriesRoy CarrollTV series – The Veiled One
1990Una vita scellerataBaccio Bandinelli
1990 A Season of Giants BramanteTV movie
1990Blue dolphin - l'avventura continuaZio Gerry
1991The Storyteller: Greek MythsDiktysTV series – Perseus & the Gorgon
1992LovejoyBarney WaddockTV series – Friends in High Places
1992WaterlandStan Booth
1993The Baby of MâconThe Father
1994Anna LeeAlan LucasTV series – Dupe
1994KabloonakSkipper Bill
1996 Mission: Impossible M.I.5
1997Peak PracticeFreddie FairburnTV series – A Change of Heart
1997 The Odyssey EumaeusTV movie
1998Les MisérablesLombard
1999 Jesus FarmerTV movie
2000 The 10th Kingdom BoatmanTV mini-series – Episode #1.4
2000Esther KahnDodo, Trish's husband
2001 The Emperor's New Clothes British sergeant
2004 Miracle Team West Germany
2007SilkCafé Verdun Man #1(final film role)

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  1. "Tony Vogel". Retrieved 14 July 2016.
  2. "Tony Vogel". Retrieved 14 July 2016.