MacInnes, Angus 1947–
MacInnes, Angus 1947–
(Angus Mac Innes, Angus McInnes, Angus McInnis, Angus Mcinnis)
Born October 27, 1947, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada; married; has children. Education: Attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art; studied in Canada.
Actor. Former owner and operator of Mamma's, a pizzeria in Edinburgh, Scotland.
(Uncredited) Jonathan's guard, Rollerball, United Artists, 1975.
(As Angus Mcinnis) Gold leader, Star Wars (also known as Adventures of the Starkiller: Episode 1—The Star Wars, Star Wars: Episode IV—A New Hope, Star Wars IV: A New Hope, and La guerra de las estrellas), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977, other versions also released.
First lieutenant Doug Reynolds, Force 10 from Navarone, Warner Bros., 1978.
Officer from the Ontario Provincial Police, The Kidnapping of the President, Crown International Pictures, 1980.
Second military police officer, Nothing Personal, Orion, 1980.
Vinnie, Atlantic City, Paramount, 1980.
(As Angus McInnes) Prison warden, Superman II, Warner Bros., 1980, alternate version released as Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut, Warner Home Video, 2006.
(As Angus McInnes) FBI agent Jones, Dirty Tricks, Avco-Embassy, 1981.
Hughes, Outland, Warner Bros., 1981.
(As Angus McInnis) Laboratory guard, Murder by Phone (also known as Bells, The Calling, and Hell's Bells), New World Pictures, 1982.
Police officer, If You Could See What I Hear (also known as Au-dela du regard), Sunn Classic Pictures/Jensen Farley, 1982.
Sheriff Prouty, The Sender, Paramount, 1982.
Wayne, Best Revenge (also known as Misdeal), 1982.
Jean LaRose, Strange Brew (also known as The Adventures of Bob & Doug McKenzie and The Adventures of Bob & Doug McKenzie: Strange Brew), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1983.
Urjak Kukoff, Screwball Academy (also known as Divine Light and Loose Ends), American Cinema Marketing Corporation, 1983.
Duncan Tyrone (some sources Deacon Tyrone), Spasms (also known as Death Bite), Blossom Pictures, 1983, Producers Distributing Corporation, 1984.
Lathan, Bedroom Eyes, Pan-Canadian Film Distributors, 1984, Double Helix Films, 1986.
Detective ("Fergie"), Witness, Paramount, 1985.
Bill Rafferty, Half Moon Street, Twentieth Century-Fox/J. Arthur Rank, 1986.
Detective Ronson, Hellbound: Hellraiser II (also known as Hellraiser II), New World Pictures, 1988.
Jessup, Honor Bound, 1988.
Vic, Spies Inc. (also known as Code Name: Chaos, Spies, Lies and Alibis, and S.P.O.O.K.S.), Vestron Pictures, 1988.
Dean Torrence, Gross Anatomy (also known as A Cut Above), Buena Vista, 1989.
Palendri, The Krays (also known as The Kray Brothers and The Kray Twins), Miramax, 1990.
Judge Silver, Judge Dredd, Buena Vista, 1995.
First gate man, Eyes Wide Shut (also known as EWS, Rhapsody, and Traumnovelle), Warner Bros., 1999.
Bad Daddy, Rhythm & Blues, Equator Films, 2000.
Commander Hammerbeck, Enigma (also known as Enigma—Das Geheimnis), Miramax, 2001.
Professor Hill, Operation Delta Force 4: Deep Fault, Nu-Image Films, 2001.
Pudsey Smith, The 51st State (also known as Formula 51 and Formule 51), Humax Pictures/Indies Film Distribution, 2001, Screen Gems, 2002.
Tittman, Amen. (also known as Amen, Eyewitness, and Der Stellvertreter), A-Film Distribution, 2002, Kino International, 2003.
Sergeant Whitman, Hellboy (also known as Super Sapiens), Columbia, 2004.
Judge, The Jacket, Warner Bros., 2005.
Captain John Tierney, The Black Dahlia (also known as Black Dahlia), Universal, 2006.
General Barnes, Flight of Fury (also known as Black Thunder and Enemy of the Unseen), Castel Film Romania/Clubdeal/Steamroller Productions, 2007.
Television Appearances; Series:
Lieutenant commander Walter B. Shannon, Space Island One, Sky Television, Space, and CHUM Television, beginning c. 1995, also broadcast in 1998.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
Albert, Louisiana (also known as Louisiane), Cinemax, 1984.
First trooper, Evergreen, NBC, 1985.
Bill Sullivan (CIA), Sleepers, BBC, 1991, broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre (also known as ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre and Mobil Masterpiece Theatre), PBS, c. 1991.
Paul Preston, McLibel! (documentary), [Great Britain], 1997.
Television Appearances; Movies:
First police officer, Will There Really Be a Morning?, CBS, 1983.
New York doctor, John and Yoko: A Love Story, NBC, 1985.
Patterson, Das Rattennest (also known as A Father's Revenge and The Rescue), ABC, 1988.
Lawyer, Fellow Traveller, BBC and HBO, 1989.
Marilees, Tailspin: Behind the Korean Airliner Tragedy (also known as Coded Hostile), HBO, 1989.
Dobrowski, Put on by Cunning (also known as The Ruth Rendell Mysteries: "Put on by Cunning"), TVS, 1990.
Collis, Over Here, BBC, 1996.
(As Angus Mac Innes) Sam Casey, Yesterday's Children, CBS, 2000.
General Norman Schwartzkopf, Soraya, 2003.
Colonel Morris, The Great San Francisco Earthquake, National Geographic Television, Channel 4 (England), and M6 Metropole Television (France), 2006.
Television Appearances; Specials:
Ed, "Charing Cross Road," Play for Today, BBC, 1975.
Yes man, "The Nodder," Wodehouse Playhouse, BBC, 1976.
Rafe, Cougar!, ABC, 1984.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Jelto, "Devil's Planet," Space: 1999 (also known as Spazio: 1999), syndicated, 1977.
Henchman, "Escape," The Littlest Hobo, CTV and syndicated, 1980.
Tigh Ridley, "Carnival of Fear," The Littlest Hobo, CTV and syndicated, 1980.
Captain Hirsch, "Friends of St. James," The New Statesman, Independent Television (England), 1987.
Robert Lazell, Howard's Way, BBC, 1989.
Colonel Chuck Fellowes, "Fly the Flag," Lovejoy, BBC and Arts and Entertainment, 1993.
Patrick Ingram, "New Order," Between the Lines (also known as Inside the Line), BBC, 1993.
Hemingbeck, "Le critique," Paris, Channel 4 (England), 1994.
Dr. Luke, "Real Men Cry a Lot," Too Much Sun, BBC, 2000.
Colonel George Goethals, "The Panama Canal," Seven Wonders of the Industrial World, BBC, 2003.
John Shade, Pale Fire, BBC Radio 3, 2004.
"The Golden Slipper," Afternoon Play, BBC Radio 4, 2005.
Mr. Boddy, Cluedo, 1997.
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