Roger Browne

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Roger Browne
Roger Browne Headshot.jpg
Roger Browne in March 2012
Born (1930-04-13) April 13, 1930 (age 89)
OccupationFilm actor

Roger Browne (born April 13, 1930) is an American actor known best for his work in the peplum and Eurospy films popular in Europe in the 1960s and 1970s.


In a telephone interview with Monster Kid Radio Browne said whilst he was studying acting and getting bit roles he supported himself as a physical therapist. One of his clients was going to Rome and asked Roger if he would come with him to carry on his work. As the 1960 Summer Olympics were under way, Roger eagerly accepted the offer. He remained in Europe where he was discovered and offered a role in the Jayne Mansfield film It Happened in Athens. Upon his return to Rome Browne was asked to appear as Mars in Vulcan, Son of Giove and repeated his role in the film Mars, God of War. With the decline of the sword and sandal genre Browne moved into the Eurospy genre.

Roger lived in Rome from 1960 to 1980 and made films throughout Europe. He had roles in more than 30 films and television shows and dubbed more than 800 films and productions. He served as the president of the English Language Dubbers Association (ELDA) where he claims to have dubbed his voice in 800 films. Roger has worked with Franco Nero, Sophia Loren, Luciano Salce, Anthony Quinn, Vittorio Gassman, Ernest Borgnine, Rita Tushingham, Richard Lester, the Taviani Brothers, Yoko Tani, Gordon Mitchell, Charlie Fawcett, and Jayne Mansfield. He is best known for his role in Argoman the Fantastic Superman (also known as The Incredible Paris Incident and Come rubare la corona d'Inghilterra), 1967.[1] He also appears as himself in the Fine Brothers Elders React series.

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  1. ^ "The Fantastic Argoman". Dorado Films. Retrieved 2012-06-06.

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