Lang Jeffries
American actor
Lang Jeffries
Lang Jeffries was a Canadian-American actor of television and film who was married to actress Rhonda Fleming (born 1923) from 1960-1962. Jeffries was born in Ontario, Canada. He was living in Michigan at the time he procured his Social Security number.
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  • 1987
    Age 56
    Jeffries died in 1987 at the age of fifty-six in Huntington Beach.
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  • 1966
    Age 35
    In 1966, while living in Rome, Jeffries married Gail Harris, the mother of John Paul Getty III.
    More Details Hide Details Beginning in the mid-1970s, Jeffries managed an art gallery in Huntington Beach, in Orange County, California, owned with his third wife, Mary.
  • 1964
    Age 33
    From 1964-1971, Jeffries appeared in nearly twenty films in France, Spain, the former West Germany, Italy, and Romania.
    More Details Hide Details He played science fiction hero Perry Rhodan in Mission Stardust (1967). He made several Eurospy films such as Agente X 1-7 operación Océano (Italy, 1965), Z7 Operation Rembrandt (Germany-Italy, 1966), Spies Strike Silently (Italy, 1966), The Beckett Affair (France-Italy, 1966), The Killer Lacks a Name (Spain-Italy, 1966), and Mexican Slayride (Spain-Italy, 1967). His last three American film appearances were in Mean Mother (1974), as Arthur Wheeler in The Junkman (1982), and as Lieutenant Arthur in Deadline Auto Theft (1983).
  • 1962
    Age 31
    In 1962, after the breakup of his marriage, Jeffries guest starred in the episode "Elegy of a Hero" in the syndicated series Ripcord starring Larry Pennell and Ken Curtis, who was later cast as Festus Haggen on CBS's Gunsmoke.
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    In a 1962 film, Solo contro Roma, or Vengeance of the Gladiator, Jeffries, in the role of Brenno, was again whipped on the back.
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  • 1961
    Age 30
    On October 9, 1961, only three months before their divorce, Jeffries and wife Rhonda Fleming appeared as themselves, married for sixteen months, with Helen O'Connell in the interview program, Here's Hollywood.
    More Details Hide Details Jeffries, seven years Fleming's junior, was the third of her six husbands. Jeffries starred as Vibio in the foreign film, La Rivolta degli schiavi, or The Revolt of the Slaves, with Rhonda Fleming cast as Fabiola. In the film, Fabiola gives the order that Vibio be whipped on the back.
  • 1960
    Age 29
    In 1960, Jeffries and John McIntire, later of Wagon Train, guest starred in the episode "The Most Dangerous Gentleman" in the short-lived NBC western series, Overland Trail starring William Bendix and Doug McClure.
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  • 1958
    Age 27
    From 1958 to 1960, Jeffries procured his first and most successful acting role, that of Skip Johnson, in all seventy-four episodes of the syndicated adventure television series Rescue 8, with co-star Jim Davis as Wes Cameron.
    More Details Hide Details The Screen Gems program offered heart-warming accounts of difficult rescues completed by the Los Angeles County Fire Department. Davis was later cast as the indomitable Jock Ewing of CBS's prime time soap opera Dallas.
  • 1950
    Age 19
    Jeffries served in the United States Army during the Korean War and was among only three survivors of his 177-man unit that landed in Inchon, South Korea, in the fall of 1950, in a mass landing conducted by General Douglas MacArthur.
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  • 1930
    Born on June 7, 1930.
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