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      • Military service Scheider served three years in the United States Air Force as a first lieutenant in Air Operations from 1955 to 1958. He then became a reservist captain in the Air Force Reserve Command until 1964.
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  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Roy_ScheiderRoy Scheider - Wikipedia

    Scheider served three years in the United States Air Force as a first lieutenant in Air Operations from 1955 to 1958. He then became a reservist captain in the Air Force Reserve Command until 1964. Acting career Early career. Scheider's first film role was in the horror film The Curse of the Living Corpse (1964).

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    Son of an auto mechanic, Scheider did not intend to become an actor early in his life. He studied at Rutgers and at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa., where he graduated as a history major with the intention of going to law school. Bei vielen Filmen machte man sich seine körperliche Fitness zunutze, so etwa in Der Marathon-Mann, wo er in seinem Hotelzimmer Liegestütze ausführt ...

  4. Roy L. Schneider From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Roy Lester Schneider (born May 13, 1939) is a physician in the United States Virgin Islands who was the fifth elected governor of that territory from January 5, 1995 to January 4, 1999. He was the fifth elected governor of that territory and the 26th overall.

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  6. Athletic Scheider was born in November 1932 in Orange, New Jersey, to Anna (Crosson) and Roy Bernhard Scheider, a mechanic. He was of German and Irish descent. A keen sportsman from a young age, he competed in baseball and boxing (his awkwardly mended broken nose is a result of his foray into Golden Gloves competitions).

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