John Glen

John Glen

John Glen (nacido el 15 de mayo de 1932 en Sunbury-on-Thames, Inglaterra) es un notable editor y director de cine inglés. Es mejor conocido por su trabajo de dirección y edición en ocho películas de James Bond entre 1960 y 1980.
Durante las décadas de 1960 y 1970, Glen trabajó como montador y director de segunda unidad, trabajando en películas como Superman: la película (1978) y The Wild Geese, ambas de 1978; también contribuyó a tres películas de James Bond:
Al servicio secreto de su Majestad (1969)
La espía que me amó (1977)
Moonraker (1979)
Tras el estreno de Moonraker, Glen fue promovido al rango de director oficial de la serie; dirigió las cinco películas de Bond de la década de 1980, convirtiéndolo en el único director en dirigir más de cuatro películas de la serie. Las películas son:
For Your Eyes Only (1981)
Octopussy (1983)
A View to a Kill (1985)
The Living Daylights (1987)
Licence to Kill (1989)

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  • Fecha de nacimiento: 1932-05-15
  • Lugar de nacimiento: Sunbury-on-Thames, London, UK


John Glen (born 15 May 1932) is a film director. He was born in Sunbury-on-Thames, England. He is best known for his work as a film editor, and director of five James Bond movies, he also worked as film editor and second unit director on three previous Bond movies: On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), Moonraker (1979). Glen's other films as second unit director include Superman and The Wild Geese, both in 1978.  He also directed the feature films Christopher Columbus: The Discovery (1992) and The Point Men (2001) and directed the TV series Space Precinct. In 2001, he published his memoir "For My Eyes Only."','The name is "Maibaum, Richard Maibaum".....the brilliant screenwriter who adapted the Ian Fleming 007 novels into the highly entertaining screenplays of nearly every James Bond film from Dr. No (1962) through to Licence to Kill (1989). Maibaum attended New York University, then studied acting at the University of Iowa. By the time he was in his late twenties, Maibaum was a well established Broadway actor and playwright. He entered films as a screenwriter in 1937, spending the war years with the army's Combat Film Division. In 1946, he joined Paramount as both screenwriter and producer, contributing to such films as The Big Clock (1948) and The Great Gatsby (1949). From advice that making films abroad was an excellent tax shelter, Maibaum formed a partnership in the 1950s with producers Irving Allen and Albert R. Broccoli This led to his involvement in the phenomenally successful James Bond series of the 1960s and 1970s and, after Ian Fleming, Maibaum has arguably been the person most responsible for shaping the image of the screen's most famous spy!','From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sir Roger George Moore, KBE (born 14 October 1927) is an English actor and film producer, perhaps best known for portraying British secret agent James Bond in seven films from 1973 to 1985. He also portrayed Simon Templar in the long-running British television series The Saint. Description above from the Wikipedia article Roger Moore, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.','From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Tanya Roberts (born Victoria Leigh Blum; October 15, 1955) is an American actress best known for her roles in Charlie's Angels, The Beastmaster, A View to a Kill, Sheena and That '70s Show. Roberts was regarded as one of Hollywood's most popular sex symbols during the early 1980s. Description above from the Wikipedia article Tanya Roberts, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.','​Grace Jones was born in Spanish Town, Jamaica, the daughter of Marjorie and Robert W. Jones, who was a politician and Apostolic clergyman. Her parents took Grace and her brother Chris and relocated to Syracuse, New York in 1965. 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John Willoughby Gray served with distinction during the Second World War with GHQ Liaison Regiment (Phantom). For most of the campaign in Europe he commanded a patrol with 11th Armoured Division. For his gallant and distinguished services in the North West Europe campaign, he was appointed MBE. His recommendation reads: "Captain Gray has commanded a divisional patrol with outstanding success throughout the campaign. The resource and initiative shown by him at all times has resulted in a great deal of vital information reaching Army and Corps HQ much more quickly than would otherwise have been the case, In addition, he has shown great enterprise and complete disregard for his own personal safety on many occasions, notably whilst carrying out reconnaissances in the Antwerp area during the advance through Belgium. The bearing of this officer under arduous conditions and his cheerfulness and willingness to do any work delegated to him unhesitatingly have been an example to those with whom he came in contact." He achieved popularity in the mid-1950s after making 38 appearances on the television series The Adventures of Robin Hood. He appeared as 'Pete' in Harold Pinter's The Birthday Party on its very first run in 1958, this being just one of countless stage performances he made. Though over-shadowed by his stage career, Gray made a handful of incredibly popular films, notably as a priest in Laurence Olivier's film Richard III (1955), The Mummy (1959), Absolution (1978), The Hit(1984), the James Bond film A View to a Kill (1985) as retired Nazi doctor and Max Zorin (Christopher Walken) henchman Karl Mortner/Hans Glaub,[1] and as the elderly and kind king in The Princess Bride (1987). In the late 1980s, he appeared in the BBC drama Howards' Way as banker Sir John Stevens. In Sergei Bondarchuk's 1970 film Waterloo, he is credited as both an actor (playing Captain Ramsey) and a military consultant.[2] Gray died aged 76 in February 1993. His wife, who wrote as Felicity Gray,(Nee Margaret Andraea) was a choreographer, speaker and writer on ballet, who notably taught Gene Tierney for her role in Never Let Me Go. Description above from the Wikipedia article Willoughby Gray, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.','From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Walter Gotell (15 March 1926 – 5 May 1997) was a German actor, known for his role as General Gogol, head of the KGB, in the James Bond film series. Gotell was born in Bonn, Germany; his family emigrated to the United Kingdom after the Nazis came to power. A fluent English speaker, he started in films as early as 1943, usually playing German henchmen, such as in We Dive at Dawn (1943). He began to have more established roles by the early fifties, starring in The African Queen (1951), Ice-Cold in Alex (1958), The Guns of Navarone (1961), 55 Days At Peking (1963), Lancelot and Guinevere (1963), The Spy Who Came In From The Cold (1965), Lord Jim (1965), Black Sunday (1977), The Boys From Brazil (1978), and Cuba (1979). Gotell won the role of KGB General Anatol Gogol in The Spy Who Loved Me for being a look-alike of the former head of Soviet secret police Lavrentiy Pavlovitch Beria. His first role in the James Bond films came in 1963, when he played the henchman Morzeny in From Russia with Love. Starting in the late 1970s, he played the recurring role of General Gogol in the James Bond series, beginning with The Spy Who Loved Me in 1977. The character returned in Moonraker (1979), For Your Eyes Only (1981), Octopussy (1983), A View to a Kill (1985) and The Living Daylights (1987). As the Cold War developed, the role of leader of the KGB was seen to change attitudes to the West - from direct competitor to collaborator. His final appearance, as the Cold War began to become less imminent, sees him transferred to a different, more diplomatic role. Gotell is one of a few actors to have played a villain and a Bond ally in the film series (others being Joe Don Baker, Charles Gray and Richard Kiel). Throughout his career, Gotell also made numerous guest appearances in a wide array of television series. He played Chief Constable Cullen in Softly, Softly: Taskforce between 1969 and 1975. He guested in many series including Danger Man, Knight Rider, The A-Team, Airwolf, The X-Files, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, MacGyver, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Miami Vice, Cagney and Lacey, The Saint, and many others. Description above from the Wikipedia article Walter Gotell, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.','From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Geoffrey Keen (21 August 1916 – 3 November 2005) was an English actor who appeared in supporting roles in many famous films. Description above from the Wikipedia article Geoffrey Keen, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.','','D’origine belge, Jean Roland Rougerie naît le 9 mars 1929 à Neuilly-sur-Seine. Rien ne semble prédestiner, a priori, ce fils de financier à opter pour une carrière artistique. Mais, son père ne s’opposant pas à sa vocation théâtrale, le jeune Jean tente le concours d’entrée au Conservatoire National Supérieur d’Art Dramatique de Paris… où il est recalé. Néanmoins, Jean Rougerie connaîtra une carrière théâtrale dense, à la fois comme comédien, metteur en scène et directeur de théâtre. Dirigeant, notamment, le Théâtre du Château de Fontainebleau et le Théâtre Firmin Gémier, il adapte Eugène Ionesco, Prosper Mérimée, Molière, Marivaux, Louis-Ferdinand Céline, Eugène Labiche, Emile Zola, Dostoïevski… Pour ce qui est du grand écran, il aborde d’abord très lointainement les plateaux de cinéma durant deux décennies, jouant pour la première fois dans «Monsieur Vincent» (1947), avec Pierre Fresnay. Ce n’est que dans les années soixante-dix qu’il s’investit sérieusement dans une carrière cinématographique. Dans «Lacombe Lucien» (1973), il interprète un ancien flic travaillant pour le compte des allemands, lors de l’Occupation. Il s’agit sans doute de l’un de ses rôles les plus importants, ainsi que l’un de ses meilleurs films, mis en scène avec application par Louis Malle. Il campe ensuite des silhouettes furtives pourLuis Buñuel avec «Le fantôme de la liberté» (1974), puis pour Bertrand Tavernier avec «Que la fête commence» (1974). Robert Lamoureux lui offre un rôle d’officier nazi dans «On a retrouvé la septième compagnie!» (1975) avec Jean Lefebvre, puis on le voit en premier ministre dans «La raison d’état» (1978) de André Cayatte. Bertrand Blier sait mettre à profit sa bouille légèrement ahurie dans «Préparez vos mouchoirs» (1977), où il est le père P.D.G. d’un enfant surdoué, puis dans «Buffet froid» (1978), où il tient le rôle du témoin. Des personnages parfois cocasses, souvent inquiétants et teintés d’ambiguïté, pour un comédien au physique singulier, parfait pour des rôles de salauds.','Daniel Benzali (born January 20, 1950) is a Brazilian-American stage, television and film actor.Benzali was a theatre actor before making guest-starring roles on television series such as Star Trek: The Next Generation, The X-Files, NYPD Blue and L.A. Law. L.A. Law creator Steven Bochco was so impressed with Benzali's performance that he cast him in the lead role of his 1995 series Murder One, playing attorney Ted Hoffman. For this role he was nominated for a Golden Globe award. More recently, Benzali starred on the series The Agency, and in films such as By Dawn's Early Light (1990), Murder at 1600 (1997) and The Grey Zone (2001). He also appeared in the post-apocalyptic CBS series Jericho as the enigmatic former Department of Homeland Security director Thomas Valente. Most recently he starred in the FX television series Nip/Tuck as the main character's psychotherapist and later patient, Dr. Griffin. Another of his roles was that of Reggie, a money hungry sales manager/drug smuggler at a car dealership in the 1999 cult-classic "Suckers." Benzali has also played musical theater. He portrayed Juan Peron in the London cast of Evita, and played faded film director Max von Mayerling, alongside Patti LuPone, in the original cast (1993) of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Sunset Boulevard. Benzali had previously appeared on Broadway in Fiddler on the Roof, and other smaller productions. Benzali was also formerly engaged to actress Kim Cattrall. In December 2010, Benzali joined ABC's General Hospital.[2]Benzali plays a character named Theodore Hoffman, a reference to his role on the mid-1990s television series Murder One. Benzali's character is also known as "The Balkan", an international crime lord. Description above from the Wikipedia article Daniel Benzali , licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.','