Stephen Boyd Overview:

Actor, Stephen Boyd, was born William Millar on Jul 4, 1931 in Glengormley, UK. Boyd died at the age of 45 on Jun 2, 1977 in Northridge, CA and was laid to rest in Oakwood Memorial Park Cemetery in Chatsworth, Los Angeles County, CA.

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Stephen Boyd Quotes:

Judah Ben-Hur: [after he is sentenced to the galleys] May God grant me vengeance! I will pray that you live until I return!
Messala: [ironically] Return?


Grant: [as the team enters a door marked "Sterilization Room"] How much can a man give to his country?


Messala: [greedily] Drusus, as a boy I dreamed of commanding this garrison. And now the wheel has turned. I am in command.


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Stephen Boyd Facts
Shortly before his death he was seriously considered for the role of the Regimental Sergeant Major in The Wild Geese (1978), which was subsequently played by Jack Watson.

While working as a doorman in 1955, Boyd was discovered by Sir Michael Redgrave, who got him his first film role.

Was associated with the lead role in a film version of Mary Renault's novel of ancient Crete, "The King Must Die." The film was never made.

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