Jack Lord, but this one was particularly eye-catching thanks to the two young men featured in the story line.
here) plays a young filmmaker who is on the beach taking pictures when he comes upon a car. The beach is seemingly quite deserted, but clearly someone is nearby.
Lipstick (1976) and A Different Story (1978), in which he was a gay man married to Meg Foster. Now sixty-eight and a handsome salt 'n pepper daddy, he still acts infrequently.
The Sound of Music (1965.) That phenomenal worldwide bonanza didn't lead to immediate acting success, but by 1971 he was back on Broadway again and also working in movies (including one of our guilty pleasures Skyjacked, 1972.) By 1977, he'd regained enough career footing to star in his own series The Amazing Spider-Man (1977-1979), which was not a considerable hit and had a sporadic broadcast schedule. A 1986 trip to Australia for work in a miniseries ultimately led to his permanent relocation there where he has remained very busy and even become an Australian citizen. He is currently sixty-six.