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John Gabriel

Born in Hendon, Middlesex, England, UK on 27th September 1914. Died in 1998 aged 83 years old.
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John Gabriel was an actor with a career spanning 51 years, from 1961 to 2012, starting at the age of 47. His first film was The Curse of the Werewolf and his last film was Death Wish 3. A lot of his work was in the Action and Drama genres.

Known For


Film Film Year Runtime Rating Streaming Options
Scooby-Doo! and the Sea Monsters poster Scooby-Doo! and the Sea Monsters 2012 1h 4m
Death Wish 3 poster Death Wish 3 1985 1h 32m
King David poster King David 1985 1h 54m
It's My Turn poster It's My Turn 1980 1h 31m
Hell's Bloody Devils poster Hell's Bloody Devils 1970 1h 29m
Oh! What a Lovely War poster Oh! What a Lovely War 1969 2h 18m
El Dorado poster El Dorado 1966 2h
The Curse of the Werewolf poster The Curse of the Werewolf 1961 1h 33m
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Regularly Credited With

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Michael Douglas
1 film together
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Richard Gere
1 film together
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Charles Bronson
1 film together
Laurence Olivier's profile
Laurence Olivier
1 film together
John Wayne's profile
John Wayne
1 film together
James Caan's profile
James Caan
1 film together
Oliver Reed's profile
Oliver Reed
1 film together
Ian Holm's profile
Ian Holm
1 film together
Mimi Rogers's profile
Mimi Rogers
1 film together


His Top Genres 1
15% Action
+ 27 more
His Top Years
25% 1985
+ 6 more

1 Genres are counted according to total films, not total genres, as such the overall total of all genress will be more than 100%.

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John Gabriel FAQ

How old was John Gabriel when he died?

83 years old.

When was John Gabriel born?

27th September 1914

Where was John Gabriel born?

Hendon, Middlesex, England, UK

Has John Gabriel won an Oscar?

No, he never won an Oscar.

Has John Gabriel won a BAFTA?

No, he never won an BAFTA.