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Who is Abel Fernandez?
Abel Fernandez: Abel Gonzalez Fernandez is a Yaqui/Mexican actor who played in movies from 1953 to 2002. He is best known for his role as Federal Agent William "Bill" Youngfellow on the 1959-1963 ABC Television series The Untouchables. He was the only cast member from the original Untouchables lineup in the series' 1959 "Scarface Mob" pilot, other than Robert Stack himself, to be cast for the series. His character is based on that of William Jennings Gardner, Native American member of the real-life Untouchables Federal squad.
- also known as A. Ferna, Abel M. Fernandez, Abel Gonzalez Fernández, Abel Gonzalez Fernandez
- born on (85 years ago) in East Los Angeles
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Actor, professional boxer
- played Slangoh in "Many Rivers to Cross"
- played Pete, Sheriff's Deputy (Uncredited) in "Decision at Sundown"
- played Mexican Farmer in "The Appaloosa"
- played Guyamo in "Quicksilver"
- played Cuban Guerrilla Fighter (Uncredited) in "Topaz"
- played Aztec Airlines Attendant (Uncredited) in "Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round"
- played Kindley in "Pork Chop Hill"
- played Dr. Jacoby in "Buster's Bedroom"
- played Teinusi in "Devil Goddess"
- TV series: "The Untouchables"
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by John Kenneth Muir
Abel Fernandez ( Thug #1); ...
Ali Baba to Zombies by R. G. Young
W: Johnny Weissmuller, Angela Stevens, William Tannen, Ed Hinton, Selmer Jackson, William Griffith, Frank Lackteen, Abel Fernandez, Vera Francis, George Berkely P: Sam Katzman D: Spencer G. Bennet SCR: George H. Plympton STORY: ...
by Vincent Terrace
Abel Fernandez (Airman AbelFeatherstone); Ingrid Goude (Ingrid; Steve's secretary); Robert Hoy (Sgt. Charley Berger).
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