Handsome British film star Anthony Steel, as he appears in the role of Mark Loring, in the new Raymond Stross production, A Question of Adultery (1958), and in which he co-stars with Julie London.  The film was directed by Don Chaffey and will be released by Eros Films Ltd.

Anthony Steel

1918–2001 | British actor

Athletic leading man of the 1950s

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Born in London, Anthony Steel had a distinguished army career before being signed by J. Arthur Rank. He became a local star in the prisoner-of-war film, The Wooden Horse, which suited his conventional, square-jawed good looks and military manner, as did his later successes, Albert RN and Storm Over the Nile.

But Steel's career faltered after he married (1956–1959) the second of his three wives, the actress Anita Ekberg, and moved to Hollywood.

He returned to England, but was unable to regain his former popularity; he settled for a time in Rome to appear in forgettable European movies. His later English appearances were in sex films of minimal interest, and he was occasionally seen in TV dramas.

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Roger Godfrey
Captain Harry Wilding
Dr. Carter
Hugh Dobson
Henry Durie
Albert, RN (1953)
Lt Geoffrey Ainsworth
Malta Story (1953)
Wing Cmdr Bartlett
Bob Payton
Flying Officer Treherne
Gus Randall
Harry Faversham
Passage Home (1955)
First Mate Vosper
Capt David Holland
Valerie (1957)
Reverend Blake
Harry Black (1958)
Desmond Tanner
Mark Loring
John Crighton
Maj Domizlaf
Sir Derek Ridgeley
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British actress Patricia Roc strikes a sexy pose in a publicity shot for Jassy (1947).
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