Stefan Arngrim

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Stefan Arngrim
Land of the Giants Stefan Arngrim 1968.jpg
Stefan Arngrim in 1968.
Born (1955-12-23) December 23, 1955 (age 63)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
ResidenceVancouver, British Columbia
NationalityCanadian, American
Other namesStephan Arngrim
OccupationActor, musician
Years active1965–present
Parent(s)Norma MacMillan
Thor Arngrim
RelativesAlison Arngrim (sister)
Websitewww.stefanarngrim.com

Stefan Arngrim (born December 23, 1955), sometimes credited as Stephan Arngrim, is a Canadian actor and musician.

Biography[edit]

He is perhaps best known for his role as Barry Lockridge on the Irwin Allen television series Land of the Giants which aired from 1968 to 1970. Arngrim was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, the son of actress Norma MacMillan and Thor Arngrim.[1][2] He is the elder brother of actress Alison Arngrim, who has alleged that he regularly molested her throughout her childhood.[3]

Filmography[edit]

  • 2010 – The A-Team – Crazy Howard Little
  • 2011 - Bringing Ashley Home - Dealer
  • 2010 – Concrete Canyons – Decker
  • 2009 - Angel and the Bad Man - Gamble
  • 2008 - The Secrets of Pine Cove - Eugene Fritts
  • 2006 – Unnatural & Accidental – Hotel Clerk
  • 2005 – The Fog – Blake's Compadre
  • 2004 – The Final Cut – Oliver
  • 2004 – The Life – Ed Nivens
  • 2005 – The Long Weekend – Bus Driver
  • 1997 - Misbegotten - Conan Cornelius
  • 1995 – Someone To Die For – Lazarro
  • 1995 – Strange Days – Skinner
  • 1985 – The Orkly Kid – The Orkly Kid
  • 1982 – Class of 1984 - Drugstore
  • 1981 – Fear No Evil – Andrew Williams
  • 1980 – Getting Wasted – Charlie
  • 1969 – Silent Night, Lonely Night – Jerry Johnson
  • 1967 – The Way West – William J. Tadlock Jr.

Television[edit]

Other work[edit]

Arngrim co-wrote two songs with Warren Zevon on the album Transverse City.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Groovy Clothes Call for Proper Setting, Teenage Actor Warns". Los Angeles Times. August 25, 1968.
  2. ^ Stefan Arngrim Biography (1955–). Filmreference.com (1955-12-23). Retrieved on 2011-09-24.
  3. ^ "Whoa, Nellie". Globe and Mail. June 16, 2010.

Further reading[edit]

  • Dye, David. Child and Youth Actors: Filmography of Their Entire Careers, 1914-1985. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 1988, p. 7.

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