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Edward Judd

Edward Judd

Edward Judd was a British actor.\nBorn in Shanghai, China, he and his English father and Russian mother fled when the Japanese attacked China five years later.\nHis career was at its peak in the 1960s, with a series of leading roles in British science fiction films, including The Day the Earth Caught Fire, First Men in the Moon, and Island of Terror. As well as starring in these films, he worked as a soap opera actor and performed other character parts on television. His roles in these classic science fiction films were highly praised by audiences and critics alike. Judd was also famous for the 1975 \"Think Once, Think Twice, Think Bike\" campaign on making motorists aware of the risks faced on the road by motorcyclists.\nJudd's success in The Day the Earth Caught Fire saw Columbia Pictures sign him to a long term contract. According to Val Guest though \"he was such a pain in the ass to everybody. He had an enormous opinion of himself and he was his own worst enemy. Columbia just loaned him out here and there and then let him go.\"
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