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Gender: Male

Known Credits: 31

Birthday: 1920-08-31

Day of Death: 2011-07-24

Place of Birth: Daylight, Garvin County, Oklahoma, United States

Adult Actor: False

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G. D. Spradlin


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Gervais Duan "G. D." Spradlin (born August 31, 1920) is an American actor. He often plays devious authority figures. He is credited in over 70 television and film productions, and has performed alongside such notable actors as Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, Johnny Depp, George C. Scott, Robert Duvall, Michael Douglas, Danny DeVito, Sean Connery, Gene Hackman, Jack Palance, Martin Sheen, Christopher Walken, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Nick Nolte and Harrison Ford.

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1996 Dark Skies - (2 episodes)
1996 Riders of the Purple Sage as Pastor Dyer
1995 Canadian Bacon as R.J. Hacker, President of Hacker Dynamics
1994 Ed Wood as Reverend Lemon
1988 War and Remembrance - (1 episode)
1983 The Lords of Discipline as Gen. Bentley Durrell
1982 Wrong Is Right as Philindros
1981 The Greatest American Hero - (2 episodes)
1980 The Formula as Arthur Clements
1979 Apocalypse Now as General Corman
1978 And I Alone Survived as Bob Elder
1978 Maneaters Are Loose! as Gordon Hale
1977 One on One as Coach Smith
1976 City of Angels - (4 episodes)
1974 The Godfather: Part II as Senator Pat Geary
1972 Kung Fu - (1 episode)
1972 Search - (1 episode)
1972 The Only Way Home as Philip
1971 Alias Smith and Jones - (1 episode)
1970 Monte Walsh as Hal Henderson
1970 Zabriskie Point as Lee's Associate
1969 Hell's Angels '69 as Detective
1969 Number One as Doctor Tristler
1968 The Outsider - (1 episode)
1967 Will Penny as Anse Howard
1967 Mannix - (1 episode)
1967 Cimarron Strip - (1 episode)
1966 Pistols 'n' Petticoats - (1 episode)
1965 The Big Valley - (1 episode)
1963 Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre - (1 episode)
1951 Hallmark Hall of Fame - (1 episode)
1972 The Only Way Home … Director