Gregory, Constantine 1942–

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GREGORY, Constantine 1942–

(Constantin De Coguel, Constantin de Gogeul, Constantin De Goguel, Constantin de Goguel)


Born September 16, 1942, in New York, NY.

Addresses: Agent—Emptage Hallet, 24 Poland St., London W1V 3DD, England. Contact—c/o 60 Streathbourne Rd., Tooting Bec, London SW17 8QY, England.

Career: Actor and dialogue coach. London Loop Group, coordinator and director of automated dialogue replacement group work for more than 300 films.


Film Appearances:

(As Constantin de Goguel) Russian corporal, Before Winter Comes, Columbia, 1969.

(As Constantin De Goguel) The Revolutionary, United Artists, 1970.

(As Constantin de Goguel) Lieutenant Hall, The McKenzie Break (also known as Escape and Wolfpack), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1970.

(As Constantin de Goguel) Michel Le Guestier, There's a Girl in My Soup, Columbia, 1970.

(Uncredited) Aide to Metz, Diamonds Are Forever (also known as Ian Fleming's "Diamonds Are Forever"), United Artists, 1971.

(As Constantin de Goguel) Dimitri Memenov, The Tamarind Seed, AVCO Embassy Pictures, 1974.

(As Constantin de Goguel) Samuel, Russian Roulette, AVCO Embassy Pictures, 1975.

(As Constantin de Goguel) Colonel Kosnikov, Inside Out (also known as Ein Genailer Bluff, Hitler's Gold, and The Golden Heist), Warner Bros., 1975.

(As Constantin de Goguel) Police inspector, Alfie Darling (also known as Oh Alfie), Cinema National, 1975.

(As Constantin de Goguel) Kollde, To the Devil a Daughter (also known as Die Braut des Satans, Child of Satan, and To the Devil ... a Daughter), Cine Artists Pictures, 1976.

(As Constantin de Goguel) Navigation officer, Voyage of the Damned, AVCO Embassy Films, 1976.

(As Constantin de Goguel) Rupert Wain, Emily (also known as The Awakening of Emily), 1977.

(As Constantin de Goguel) Lord Newton, The Stud, Trans American Films, 1978.

(As Constantin de Goguel) Major Brady, The Class of Miss MacMichael, Brut, 1978.

(As Constantin de Goguel) Captain, Meetings with Remarkable Men, Libra, 1979.

(As Constantin de Goguel) Mr. Parker, Enter the Ninja (also known as Ninja I), Cannon Films, 1981.

Pytor, Maschenka (also known as Mashenka), Goldcrest Films International, 1987.

Occultist, The Last Emperor (also known as Le dernier empereur and L'ultimo imperatore), Columbia, 1987.

Jameson, Shadow of China (also known China Shadow), New Line Cinema, 1990.

KGB interviewer, The Russia House, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1990.

Stanley, Back in the U.S.S.R., Twentieth Century–Fox, 1992.

Computer store manager, GoldenEye, United Artists, 1995.

Colonel Wharton, England, My England, NVC Arts, 1995.

Rudy, Gregory's Two Girls, 1999.

Aemelius, Titus, Fox Searchlight, 1999.

General Bulgakov, The Sum of All Fears (also known as Der Anschlag), Paramount, 2002.

The mayor, Shanghai Knights, Buena Vista, 2003.

Film Dialogue Coach:

The Last Emperor (also known as Le dernier empereur and L'ultimo imperatore), Columbia, 1987.

Soursweet, British Screen, 1988.

Little Buddha, Miramax, 1993.

Mission: Impossible (also known as Mission Impossible), Paramount, 1995.

True Blue, 1995.

The Peacemaker, DreamWorks, 1997.

Titus, 1999.

Birthday Girl, Miramax, 2001.

The Good Thief (also known as Le dernier coup de Monsieur Bob, Le dernier coup de Mr Bob, and L'homme de la riviera), Fox Searchlight, 2002.

The Dreamers (also known as Innocents—The dreamers, Les innocents, and I sognatori), Fox Searchlight, 2003.

Television Appearances; Series:

(As Constantin De Goguel) Louis Meissner, The Terracotta Horse, 1973.

Henchman, Soldier and Me, 1974.

(As Constantin De Coguel) Captain Nicholas Foxe, Hannah, 1980.

Voice of Barry Hercules (Bongo Heracles—UK version), Ekkusu bonba (animated; also known as Cho uchu mashin ekkusu bonba, Star Fleet, and Super Space Machine X Bomber), 1980.

Komoscin, The Secret Servant, 1984.

Ben Cheviot, Max Headroom (also known as Max Headroom: 20 Minutes into the Future), ABC, 1985.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

(As Constantin De Coguel) French commanding officer, Whoops Apocalypse, ITV, 1982.

Porson, The Far Pavilions (also known as Blade of Steel and Palast der Winde), HBO, 1984.

Barone Russo, Mussolini: The Untold Story, NBC, 1985.

KGB man, If Tomorrow Comes, CBS, 1986.

"Bulger" Estcourt, "The Man in the Mist," Partners in

Crime, Series II, PBS, 1986.

Perez, Pursuit (also known as Twist of Fate), NBC, 1989.

Serge Bulov, Wild Justice, 1993.

Piernik, The Fourth Arm, BBC, 1995.

Pythias, Julius Caesar (also known as Caesar and Giulio Cesare), TNT, 2002.

Planchet, La femme musketeer, Hallmark Channel, 2004.

Television Appearances; Movies:

(Uncredited) Foreign Exchange, 1970.

Captain Mohta, To Catch a King, HBO, 1984.

Ardwyck Fenn, The Mirror Crack'd (also known as Miss Marple: The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side), BBC and Arts and Entertainment, 1992.

Leodogan, Guinevere (also known as Bound in Blood), Lifetime, 1994.

Paric, Circles of Deceit: Kalon, 1996.

Killigrew, Frenchman's Creek, PBS, 1999.

Corvus, San Giovanni—L'apocalisse (also known as Die Bibel: Apokalypse and The Apocalypse), 2002.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Appeared as Diego Ferrera, Bergerac Christmas Special.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Appeared as Father Lormand, Dirty Dozen.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Scare, "Inside," Special Branch, 1970.

(As Constantin De Goguel) Driver, "The Man in the Middle," Dial M for Murder, 1974.

(As Constantin De Coguel) Ivan, "Russian Roulette," Secret Army, 1978.

(As Constantin de Goguel) "The Old Flame," Leave It to Charlie, 1980.

(As Constantin de Goguel) "Lord Lucan," Escape, 1980.

(As Constantin de Gogeul) Mr. Yates, "The Dangerous Game," Shoestring, BBC1, 1980.

John, "Bright Eyes," Play for Tomorrow, 1982.

Jacques Vareille, "Run, Rabbit, Run," Tales of the Unexpected, syndicated and ITV1, 1982.

(As Constantin De Goguel) Henri Gebhardt, "A Much Underestimated Man," Strangers, 1982.

Rene Duchesne, "Prime Target," Bergerac, BBC1, 1983.

Helmut Weinrich, "The Wrong 'Un," Tales of the Unexpected, syndicated and ITV1, 1983.

Bulger Estcourt, "The Man in the Mist," Agatha Christie's "Partners in Crime," 1983.

Wyman, "Paper Mafia," Boon, ITV, 1987.

Father Lormand, "Danko's Dozen," Dirty Dozen: The Series, Fox, 1988.

(As Constantin De Goguel) Diego Ferrera, "Retirement

Plan," Bergerac, BBC1, 1988.

Colonel Khazin, "Just a Bit of Business," Love Hurts, 1993.

Colonel Khazin, "For a Few Dollars More," Love Hurts, 1993.

Captain Levin, "UN1407," The Lifeboat, BBC, 1994.

Amory Wolf, "The Forever Beetle," Space Precinct, syndicated, 1995.

"Crime," Brass Eye, Channel 4, 1997.

Chris Feathers, "Towering Alan," I'm Alan Partridge, 1997.

Stacey, "Back to Business," CI5: The New Professionals, syndicated, 1999.

Sergei, "Family Values," Perfect World, 2001.

Television Dialogue Coach; Miniseries:

Band of Brothers, HBO, 2001.

Television Dialogue Coach; Movies:

Mussolini: The Decline and Fall of Il Duce (also known as Ich und der Duce, Io e il duce, and Mussolini and I), 1985.

Deadly Voyage, HBO, 1996.

Conspiracy, HBO, 2001.


Video Games:

Voice of Gregor Kostov, In Cold Blood, TBA Software and Ubi Soft Entertainment, 2000.

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