Dan Vadis (actor)
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Who is Dan Vadis?
Dan Vadis was famous for his lead roles in many Italian films made in the 1960s.
- also known as Constantine Daniel Vafiadis
- born on (77 years ago) in Shanghai
- nationality: United States of America, China
- profession: Actor, soldier, sailor
- Marriage with Sharon Jessup until
- parent of Nick Vadis
- died on (28 years ago) in Lancaster of drug overdose
- played Hercules in "The Triumph of Hercules"
- played Chief Big Eagle in "Bronco Billy"
- "Cahill U.S. Marshal"
- played Riggs in "For a Few Extra Dollars"
- played Frank in "Any Which Way You Can"
- played Frank in "Every Which Way but Loose"
- played Biker #3 in "The Gauntlet"
- played Yuma in "The Scalphunters"
- played Hercules in "Hercules the Invincible"
- played Roccia in "The Ten Gladiators"
- "The Seven Magnificent Gladiators"
- played Gladiator Roccia in "Spartacus and the Ten Gladiators"
- played Ursus in "The Rebel Gladiators"
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