Antony Hamilton born 4 May 1952 (d. 1995)
Born in Liverpool, England, but adopted and raised in Australia, Antony Hamilton studied ballet and toured with the Australian Ballet Company before moving into modelling.
His handsome looks and dance training made the move into acting inevitable and after several TV specials, Hamilton was offered the role of male model/undercover agent in hit TV show Undercover, as a replacement for Jon Erik Hexum, who had been killed in a tragic on-set accident.
He was briefly considered as a successor to Roger Moore as James Bond. He continued to work in film and TV, notably the revived TV series of Mission Impossible and The Howling IV, until his death in March, 1995 from an AIDS-related illness.
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