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Don Stroud

Born September 1, 1943 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.  

Donald Lee Stroud (born 1 September 1943) is an American actor and surfer who appeared in many films in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, and has starred in over 100 movies and 175 television shows to date.

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as "Sheriff Bill Sharp"
as "Old Bob"
Detonator (1996)
as "Whip O'Leary"
as "Santos"
as "Chief Foster"
as "McKenzie"
as "Loo Seki"
as "Louis"
as "Thackler"
as "Ben Kahane"
as "George"
as "Kabuki Devil"
as "Isaac"
as "Delambre"
as "Manny"
as "Desert Maurader"
as "Anderson"
as "Luther Pontelli"
Mob Boss (1990)
as "Legrand"
Cartel (1990)
as "Tony King"
as "Heller"
as "Captain Pat Chambers"
as "Ryan Drezak"
as "James Conrad"
as "Sergeant Rizzo"
as "Capt. Pat Chambers"
as "Captain Pat Chambers"
as "Captain Pat Chambers"
as "Billy Franklin"
as "Father Richard Bolen"
as "Buddy Grant"
as "Jesse Charles"
as "Sam Lyles"
as "Dominic Dilgado"
as "Elmer"
as "Barney"
as "Lep"
High Risk (1976)
as "Walker-T"
as "Policeman (uncredited)"
as "Jack Murphy"
as "Pete Howarth"
as "Kirk"
Scalawag (1973)
as "Velvet"
as "Harold Duncan"
as "Blue Wetherall"
Joe Kidd (1972)
as "Lamarr Simms"
as "Kagan"
as "Roy Brown"
as "Angel"
as "Herman Barker"
as "Bengy Springer"
Explosion (1969)
as "Richie Kovacs"
as "Ringerman"
as "Todo McLean"
Madigan (1968)
as "Hughie"
Games (1967)
as "Norman"
as "Bratsch - Sheepherder"
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