Jack Taylor (actor)  

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Jack Taylor (born George Brown Randall; 21 October 1936) is an American actor. He first relocated to Mexico in the late 1950s/early 1960s, and later to Spain, where he has appeared in many films, mostly horror and cheesy exploitation pictures. He worked for such well-known Spanish horror film directors as Jesús Franco, Amando de Ossorio, Javier Aguirre, Juan Piquer Simon, Leon Klimovsky, Carlos Aured and Jose Ramon Larraz. He co-starred in films with many famous Mexican and European horror stars, such as Paul Naschy, Christopher Lee, Wolf Ruvinski, German Robles, Howard Vernon, Ray Milland, Soledad Miranda, Janine Reynaud, Lina Romay, Paul Muller, Klaus Kinski, Adrian Hoven, Helga Line, Herbert Lom and Maria Rohm. He shocked his fans in 1974 by appearing completely nude in Female Vampire (1974), a Jesus Franco horror film that contained many pornographic sequences.

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