John Bindon

性别:
身高:
188cm
死亡:
1993-10-10,London, England, UK(AIDS)
职业:
演员  
更多外文名:
Biffo

个人简介

John Bindon was well-known in the 1960s and 1970s as an actor who specialised in playing violent thugs. Off-screen, he was notorious for his violent temper and his habit of provoking fights in pubs for no other reason than to prove what a "hard man" he was. He was a gangster who was an associate of the Krays and the Richardsons. He ran a protection racket and worked as a drug dealer in the West London district of Fulham. He was also a f… 更多>>

代表作品

影视作品

电影(16)
电视剧&电视节目(5)
更多>

早年经历

  • Until the Johnny Darke murder trial, Bindon cultivated the persona of popular thug made good. Notwithstanding his undisciplined approach to acting, he could have sustained a career of sorts in films for many years. His earlier brushes with the law had already endeared him to solicitors and when he started to make a name for himself in films and TV, he was invited to play Rugby Union for the Law Society, a team that prided itself on the diversity of its selection process. Bindon became something of a regular: several barristers scrummed down with him and he swiftly acquired the sobriquet "Biffo". Not a natural ball player "Biffo" was more likely to adapt his hand/eye not to mention foot and head/eye co-ordination to "off the ball" incidents, thus softening up the opposition. This style of play did not meet with universal approval although one team mate who is now a Circuit Judge still talks guardedly of him with wry affection. Bindon's inadvertent legacy to the Criminal Law is the case of Galbraith, the actual name of one of his less fortunate co-defendants in the Johnny Darke trial. Galbraith's legal team thought that the case against their client was too weak to be left to the jury. The trial judge and jury disagreed. So did the Court of Appeal. The appeal Court laid down some guidelines and thereafter, as every law student knows, a Court will be required to apply the Galbraith test in any borderline Prosecution where the defence submit that the case should be withdrawn from the jury. Had Bindon been convicted, this might well have been known as the Bindon test!
  • His girlfriend for many years was model/actress Vicki Hodge, the daughter of Sir John Rowland Hodge, 2nd Baronet of Chipstead, Kent and his second wife Joan.
更多>

明星排行榜

暂无排名本周
  • 本月
    1796
  • 去年
    1796

明星排行榜

热度.3

导航

图片和视频

作品

其它


分享到