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  1. Jeffrey Byron (born Timothy Paul Stafford; November 28, 1955) is an American actor and writer. Byron has acted in both film and television, and co-wrote one movie script, The Dungeonmaster . Byron was born in Santa Monica, California , the third son of English actress Anna Lee by her second husband, George Stafford.

  2. www.imdb.com › name › nm0126397Jeffrey Byron - IMDb

    Jeffrey Byron. Actor: Star Trek. Jeffrey Byron has starred in a variety of movie and television roles and recently costarred in the new Full Moon series for Amazon called THE RESONATOR: MISKATONIC U (2021) and season two BEYOND THE RESONATOR (2022).

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  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm6267788Tim Stafford - IMDb

    Tim Stafford. Actor: Better Call Saul. Tim Stafford is known for Better Call Saul (2015), 9-1-1 (2018) and Criminal Minds (2005).

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    Jeffrey Byron (born 28 November 1955; age 68) is an actor, screenwriter, and producer who had a supporting role as an Kobayashi Maru scenario administrator in Star Trek.

    Byron was born as Timothy Paul Stafford in Santa Monica, California, the third son of actress Anna Lee by her second husband, George Stafford. Byron's godfather was legendary, Academy Award-winning film director John Ford. Acclaimed novelist and poet Robert Nathan was Byron's stepfather from 1970 until Nathan's death in 1985.

    Credited as Tim Stafford, Byron made his feature film debut at the age of seven in the comedy Donovan's Reef, directed by his godfather, John Ford. In 1964 Byron starred in an episode of The Twilight Zone entitled "The Bewitchin' Pool." He also appeared in a James Goldstone-directed episode of The Fugitive, playing the son of Jeanne Bal.

    Gerd Oswald directed Byron in the 1966 Bonanza episode "Destiny's Child," after which Byron appeared in the film Hot Rods to Hell. Byron then took a break from acting. In 1973, at the age of 18, he legally changed his name to Jeffrey Byron. He returned to acting in 1975 with a small role in the musical comedy At Long Last Love, credited for the first time as Jeffrey Byron.

    In 1976 Byron appeared on the series McMillan & Wife with Jason Evers and John Schuck. That same year he reunited with At Long Last Love director Peter Bogdanovich for a supporting role in the comedy film Nickelodeon, co-starring Brian Keith and Hamilton Camp. After guest appearances on the TV shows Fantastic Voyage (with Ike Eisenmann) and Dallas, Byron had the lead role in the 1978 college comedy, The Seniors (with Ian Wolfe).

    Byron next co-starred with Christopher Plummer in the 1978 film International Velvet. He also played the lead in Disney's 1979 TV movie The Omega Connection, which co-starred Larry Cedar. In this movie, Byron played a young secret agent in the mold of James Bond. Because of the notoriety he acquired from this project, Byron was actually considered for the role of James Bond when Roger Moore retired from the role and before Timothy Dalton was chosen. Byron's other TV credits include appearances on the hit series Wonder Woman and Eight Is Enough and a supporting role in Love's Savage Fury (1979, with Ed Lauter).

    •J. Byron, Photo Artist – photography art and design site

    •Robert Nathan Library – website on novelist Robert Nathan created by Jeffrey Byron

    •Jeffrey Byron at Wikipedia

    •Jeffrey Byron at the Internet Movie Database

  4. Jeffrey Byron (born November 28, 1955) is an American actor and writer of screenplays. Bryon has acted in both film and television, and co-wrote one movie script (The Dungeonmaster). Byron was born Timothy Paul Stafford in Santa Monica, California, the third son of actress Anna Lee by her second husband, George Stafford. He appeared at the 31st Emmy Award ceremony, accepting his mother's ...

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  6. Tim Stafford is an American actor. Hardly anything is known about Stafford's past, including his birthday, where he was born or where he grew up, the names of his family members, where he went to school, and why he wanted to become an actor. What is known is that Stafford got his first on-screen role at a young age, when he was cast as Hay in the children's television series Barney & Friends ...

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