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Who is Kieron Moore?
Kieron Moore was an Irish film and television actor whose career was at its peak in the 1950s and 1960s. He may be best remembered for his role as Count Vronsky in the 1948 film adaptation of Anna Karenina opposite Vivien Leigh.
- also known as Kieron O’Hanrahan, Ciarán Ó hAnnracháin, Keiron O'Hanrahan
- born on (91 years ago) in Skibbereen, child of Peadar Ó hAnnracháin
- nationality: Republic of Ireland
- profession: Actor, editor, documentary filmmaker
- died on (8 years ago) in Charente-Maritime
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by Constantine Santas, James M. Wilson, Maria Colavito, Djoymi Baker
Uriah: Kieron Moore. Abishai: James Robertson Justice. Michal: Jayne Meadows. Ira: John Sutton. Joab: Dennis Hoey AA: None AAN: Best Art Direction–Set Decoration–Color (Lyle R. Wheeler, George W. Davis, Thomas Little, Paul S. Fox) , ...
by Peter Dendle
Cast: Kieron Moore, Hazel Court, Ian Hunter, Kenneth J. Warren, Paul Stockman. Caralan (England), 1960. Though dated and watery in most respects, this British biomedical horror by Canadian director Furie o›ers the first glimpse of the ...
Encyclopedia of Film Noir (2007)
by Geoff Mayer, Brian McDonnell
Kieron Moore (Adam Lucian), Christine Norden (Barbara Edge), Barbara White ( Molly Lucian), John Laurie (Dr. James Garsten), Michael Shepley (Peter Edge), Walter ...
by Eric Michael Mazur
Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward, Raymond Massey, Kieron Moore. [Bible Films] Dawn of the Dead, 1978. Dir. George A. Romero. David Emge, Ken Foree, Scott H. Reingiger, Gaylen Ross, David Crawford. [Voodoo] Dawn of the Dead, 2004.
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