who plays the fearsome dictator of Matobo in The Interpreter is a veteran of English film and TV. His most recent film appearances are in Revelation, Déjà vu, The Message, A Warm December, The Revolutionary and Two Gentlemen Sharing.
In the 1960s, Cameron appeared with Sean Connery in the James Bond film Thunderball. Other credits from that period are Guns at Batasi, Term of Trial, Tarzan's Three Challenges, Tarzan the Magnificent, Killers of Kilimanjaro, Sapphire, The Great Hope and The Heart of the Matter. Cameron's television films include The Death of Bessie Smith and Wind Versus Polygamy. He has made guest television appearances on Waking the Dead, Babyfather, Kavanaugh QC, Lovejoy, The Zoo Gang, The Prisoner, Danger Man, White Hunter and The Buccaneers. Earl Cameron was born in Bermuda in 1917 and divides his time between Bermuda and the United Kingdom.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2005.
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