George Roubicek

George Roubicek was widely known for his acting on the big screen. Roubicek began his acting career with roles in such films as "The One That Got Away" (1958) with Hardy Kruger, the mystery adaptation "Chance Meeting" ... Read more »
Born: in Vienna, AT

Filmography

Actor (12)

Bad Timing 1979 (Movie)

1st Policeman (Actor)

The Spy Who Loved Me 1977 (Movie)

Stromberg Crew Member (Actor)

Winterspelt 1976 (Movie)

Captain John Kimbrough (Actor)

Foreign Exchange 1969 - 1970 (TV Show)

Actor

The Dirty Dozen 1967 (Movie)

Pvt Arthur James Gardner (Actor)

The Bedford Incident 1965 (Movie)

Lt Burger (Actor)

Burn, Witch, Burn 1962 (Movie)

Cleaners' Man (Actor)

The Victors 1962 (Movie)

Russian Sentry (Actor)

Chance Meeting 1958 (Movie)

Police Constable (Actor)

The One That Got Away 1957 (Movie)

German Prisoner (Actor)

The Infiltrator (TV Show)

Actor

The One That Got Away (Movie)

German Prisoner (Actor)
Writer (5)

Tales of the Night 2012 (Movie)

(English language version) (Screenplay)

Azur & Asmar 2008 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

Roujin Z 1996 (Movie)

script adaptation (Writer (adaptation))

Faust 1994 (Movie)

dialogue(English version) (Writer (dialogue))

Asterix and the Big Fight 1989 (Movie)

(English version) (Screenplay)
Director (1)

Azur & Asmar 2008 (Movie)

(Director)
Other (1)

This is the Sea 1997 (Movie)

international dialogue adviser in post-production (Dialogue Consultant)

Biography

George Roubicek was widely known for his acting on the big screen. Roubicek began his acting career with roles in such films as "The One That Got Away" (1958) with Hardy Kruger, the mystery adaptation "Chance Meeting" (1959) with Stanley Baker and the Janet Blair adaptation "Burn, Witch, Burn" (1962). He also appeared in "The Victors" (1963), "The Bedford Incident" (1965) with Richard Widmark and the action film "The Dirty Dozen" (1967) with Lee Marvin. His film career continued throughout the sixties and the eighties in productions like the action movie "The Spy Who Loved Me" (1977) with Roger Moore, the Ulrich Von Dobschuetz drama "Winterspelt" (1977) and the thrilling mystery "Bad Timing" (1980) with Art Garfunkel. His work around this time also included a part on the TV movie "Foreign Exchange" (ABC, 1969-1970). In the nineties through the early 2000s, Roubicek lent his talents to projects like "Faust" (1994), "The Infiltrator" (HBO, 1994-95) and "Roujin Z" with Allan Wenger (1996). His credits also expanded to "This is the Sea" (1997) starring Richard Harris and "Azur & Asmar" (2008) starring Patrick Timsit. Most recently, Roubicek worked on "Tales of the Night" (2012) with Arlette Mirapeu.

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