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Richard Kiel

1939-09-13 Detroit, Michigan, USA

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Richard Dawson Kiel (born September 13, 1939) was an American actor best known for his role as the steel-toothed Jaws in the James Bond movies The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and Moonraker (1979) as well as the video game Everything or Nothing, and Mr. Larson in Happy Gilmore. He was 7 feet 1.5  inches (2.18 m) tall in his prime but now due to injury and age, he is slightly under 7 feet tall. Description above from the Wikipedia article Richard Kiel, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Tangled Vlad (voice) 2010-11-24
Inside 'Moonraker' 2000-01-01
Inside 'The Spy Who Loved Me' 2000-01-01
Inspector Gadget Famous Big Guy with Silver Teeth 1999-07-23
The Secrets of 007 1997-12-04
Happy Gilmore Mr. Larson 1996-02-16
The World of James Bond 1995-10-29
The Giant of Thunder Mountain Eli Weaver 1990-12-25
Think Big Irving 1989-09-30
Pale Rider Club 1985-06-28
情報販子 1985-01-01
最佳拍檔III之女皇密令 Big G 1984-01-25
Cannonball Run II Arnold, Mitsubishi Driver 1984-06-29
Hysterical Captain James Howdy 1983-07-29
So Fine Eddie 1981-09-25
L'umanoide Golob 1979-04-11
Moonraker Jaws 1979-06-26
無字天書 Grasshopper 1978-01-01
They Went That-A-Way & That-A-Way Duke 1978-01-01
Force 10 From Navarone Drazak 1978-08-16
The Spy Who Loved Me Jaws 1977-07-07
Flash and the Firecat Milo Pewett 1976-09-03
Gus Tall Man 1976-07-07
Silver Streak Reace 1976-12-03
The Longest Yard Samson 1974-08-21
Deadhead Miles 1972-08-08
The Boy Who Stole the Elephant Luke Brown 1970-09-20
On a Clear Day You Can See Forever Blacksmith (uncredited) 1970-06-17
Skidoo Beany 1968-12-19
A Man Called Dagger Otto 1967-12-15
The Las Vegas Hillbillys 1966-05-11
The Human Duplicators Dr. Kolos 1965-03-03
Roustabout Strongman (uncredited) 1964-11-11
Lassie's Great Adventure Chinook Pete 1963-08-01
The Nutty Professor Man in Gym (uncredited) 1963-06-04
House of the Damned The Giant 1963-03-01
Eegah Eegah 1962-06-08
The Phantom Planet The Solarite 1961-12-13