John Phillip Law

John Phillip Law

Brother Tom was once a road manager for "Peter, Paul and Mary" and rented rooms in their Los Feliz mansion to singers and artists of the time, including Bob Dylan. It was documented in "Flashing on the Sixties", a 1987 collection of photos and text.

Daughter, Dawn Law, born in 1974, with model Shawn Ryan.

Fluent in the Italian, Spanish, French & German languages

Following bit parts on Broadway, he transported himself to Europe and found work in Italian films. Director Norman Jewison "discovered" Law while in Europe and cast him in his feature The Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Coming (1966).

Frequent & favoured guest at the Playboy Mansion in the 70s & 80s.

Has starred in two movies which were featured on the show Mystery Science Theater 3000: Diabolik and Space Mutiny.

He got his first career break in the motion picture The Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Coming (1966). His most memorable career project was performing in the movie Barbarella (1968) with actress Jane Fonda.

In 1970, when actor Brian Kelly was critically hurt and paralyzed following a motorcycle accident, Law stepped into Kelly's starring role in Columbia's trashy release The Love Machine (1971), adapted from Jacqueline Susann's best-selling novel. Like Susann's other best-seller Valley of the Dolls (1967), the film version was unmercifully panned.

Older brother Thomas Law used to be married to noted 60s historian, Lisa Law.

Son of actress, Phyllis Sallee.

Son of Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff John Law.

Studied with Elia Kazan at the Lincoln Center Repertory Theater in the early 1960s.

The tall and handsome blond '60s and '70s actor, son of a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy, was best known for playing silent, mysterious types on film, including the object of Rod Steiger's affection in The Sergeant (1968), but also appeared in a numerous Italian movies both before and after his Hollywood peak.

Took classes in drama at the University of Hawaii.