ROY SCHEIDER - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 308256
ROY SCHEIDER Shown with a distraught Janet Margolin in a captioned movie still from Last Embrace Photograph signed: "Roy Scheider". B/w, 10x8. Shown with Janet Margolin in movie still from Last Embrace (1979), captioned in lower margin.
Sale Price $234.00
Shown with a distraught Janet Margolin in a captioned movie still from Last Embrace
Photograph signed: "Roy Scheider". B/w, 10x8. Shown with Janet Margolin in movie still from Last Embrace (1979), captioned in lower margin. Roy Scheider (1932-2008, born in Orange, NJ) had over 80 TV shows and movies to his credit, but will probably be best remembered for his leading role as Police Chief Martin Brody in Jaws (1975). Trained in college dramatics, he made his professional stage debut in 1961, playing Mercutio in the New York Shakespeare festival production of Romeo and Juliet. He spent several years in repertory playing mainly classic roles, winning an Obie in 1968, and made his first film appearance in 1964's Curse of the Living Corpse. Scheider had starred in several movies, including The French Connection (1971) as Det. Buddy Russo and The Seven Ups (1973) before his appearance in Jaws, which only increased his star power, appearing in such movies as Marathon Man (1976), Blue Thunder (1982) and 2010 (1984), as well as numerous TV appearances, including the lead in SeaQuest DSV from 1993 to 1995. He continued working up to his death, with two movies, Iron Cross and Dark Honeymoon, in post-production at the time of his death. Slightly toned at edges. Corners lightly worn. Minor unknown residue at verso (no show-through). Otherwise, fine condition.
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