GEORGE MARSHALL RUGE - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED - HFSID 38308
GEORGE MARSHALL RUGE The versatile actor, director and stunt choreographer writes an outline of his career for The American Museum of Historical Documents in blue ink Autograph manuscript signed: "George Marshall Ruge" in blue ink. 1 page, 8½x11. In full: "Tod M.
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GEORGE MARSHALL RUGE
The versatile actor, director and stunt choreographer writes an outline of his career for The American Museum of Historical Documents in blue ink
Autograph manuscript signed: "George Marshall Ruge" in blue ink. 1 page, 8½x11. In full: "Tod M. Axelrod, The American Museum of Historical Documents: As you requested, I am sending along this brief outline of my career to date. My professional career as an actor began in 1972. I studied at San Francisco State University & A.C.T.. My Work in theatre led to small roles on various productions that were filmed in San Francisco - "Streets of San Francisco", "Towering Inferno", & "Magnum Force" among others. I moved to Los Angeles to pursue film & T.V.. A number of small roles followed my name to L.A.: "Baa Baa Black Sheep", "Paper Chase", "Quincy", "The Island", Etc.. In 1980 I had a career break of sorts: I played the twin brother roles opposite George Hamilton in "Zorro, the Gay Blade". I also performed all the physical action for the "Zorro" character i.e. swordwork, riding, etc.. This led directly to my roles as "Lord Drummond" opposite Peter O'Toole in "My Favorite Year". More recently I had a re-occurring role on the series "Wizards and Warriors". Other credits include "The Master", "Knots Landing", "My Wicked Wicked Ways", "World War II", "Mike Hammer", Scarecrow & Mrs. King etc.. Thank you for your interest & best of luck in all your endeavors. Warmest regards -". George Marshall Ruge (b. 1952) is a very accomplished American filmmaker, film director, second unit director, stunt coordinator, actor and writer. Ruge is best known for his work in stunt choreography, most notably for The Lord of the Rings (2001-2003) trilogy and the Pirates of the Caribbean (2003-2011) franchise, the latter for which he was awarded an American Choreography Award for Outstanding achievement in Choreography in 2004. Ruge has also performed frequently as an actor in television series such as The Twilight Zone (1986), Married with Children (1993), and Walker, Texas Ranger (1995-1999) as well as in films like Malcolm X (1992) and Brenda Starr (1989). Ruge has most recently worked as a Second Unit Director/Assistant Director in popular films such as National Treasure (2004), Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011) and most recently in Dracula Untold (2014). Slightly toned. Fine condition.
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