Alan Scarfe

Alan John Scarfe ( born June 8, 1946 in London, England) is a Canadian actor and performer series. From his marriage with Sara Botsford was his son, the actor Jonathan Scarfe forth. He is married since 1979 to actress Barbara March, with whom he has a daughter.

His career as an actor in the film business began Alan Scarfe 1963 with a role in the film The Bitter Ash. From the 1980s he was seen regularly in a variety of television as theater productions. In the 1990s and until today he joined primarily by guest appearances in various television series in appearance. So he took a role in two episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, was in two episodes of New York Cops - NYPD Blue to see and played in Andromeda.

In 1995 he took a leading role in the television series Mysterious Island, but this was discontinued after one season with 22 episodes. He got a second fixed pulley in 1998 for the series Seven Days - The gateway to the time in which he in 2001 took over the role of Dr. Bradley Talmadge to its end.

In 1985, Scarfe was honored for his contribution to the film The Bay Boy with a Genie Award.

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