Stafford Morgan was a handsome, commanding, and deep-voiced actor who appeared in a handful of enjoyably down'n'dirty 70's drive-in exploitation features. He first began acting in both films and TV shows alike in the mid 60's. Stafford gave an especially fine and impressive performance as enigmatic, levelheaded biochemist Dr. Ted Sorenson in the nifty sci-fi doomsday thriller "The Alpha Incident." His other memorable roles include corrupt cop Sergeant Kert in Jack Starrett's funky blaxploitation blast "Cleopatra Jones," arrogant TV commercial actor Alexander McPeak in Matt Cimber's deeply disturbing "The Witch Who Came from the Sea," earnest game ranger Steve Garrett in "The Capture of Bigfoot," and an ill-fated backpacker in the unjustly maligned backwoods slasher romp "The Forest." Morgan had bit parts in the mainstream pictures "Die Hard 2" and "Another 48 Hrs." Moreover, Stafford Morgan made guest appearances on the TV shows "Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.," "Daniel Boone," "Search," "Police Story," "Starsky and Hutch," "The Dukes of Hazzard," "Hotel," and "Hunter."
Name: Stafford Morgan
Known for: Die Hard 2