Roger Til

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Roger Til
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Biographical information
Birth date (1909-01-05)January 5, 1909
Paris, France
Death date June 28, 2002(2002-06-28) (aged 93)
Los Angeles, California, USA
Gender
Professional information
Occupation Actor
Years active 1948—1994
Stargate-related information
Related series Stargate
Occupation Actor
Character Professor

Roger Til (January 5, 1909 — June 28, 2002) was a French actor and a voice dubber. He portrayed a Professor in the 1994 featured film Stargate.

Biography

Involvement in the Stargate universe

Filmography

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Film and Television
Year Title Function Role Notes
1994 Stargate Actor Professor Film
1992 Parker Lewis Can't Lose Actor (1 episode) Head Waiter TV Series
1990 Wings Actor (1 episode) Monsieur Busard TV Series
1987 Growing Pains Actor (1 episode) Waiter #2 TV Series
1987 Silver Spoons Actor (1 episode) Maitre'd TV Series
1985 Brewster's Millions Actor Maitre d' Film
1984 Protocol Actor Belgium Ambassador Film
1984 Blue Thunder Actor (1 episode) Francois TV Series
1980-1983 Hart to Hart Actor (3 episodes) Claude Luter / Sommelier / Maitre D' TV Series
1983 Bare Essence Actor (1 episode) Clemenseau TV Series
1983 The Facts of Life Actor (1 episode) Chef Antoine TV Series
1983 Grace Kelly Actor Bishop TV Movie
1983 Simon & Simon Actor (1 episode) Andre TV Series
1982 Benson Actor (1 episode) Monsieur Arnaud TV Series
1982 Cagney & Lacey Actor (1 episode) TV Series
1982 The Devlin Connection Actor (1 episode) Eli TV Series
1982 Knight Rider Actor (1 episode) Professor LeCalir TV Series
1982 The Facts of Life Goes to Paris Actor Chef Antoine TV Movie
1982 Trapper John, M.D. Actor (1 episode) Matrie'D TV Series
1981 Bosom Buddies Actor (1 episode) Maurice TV Series
1981 WKRP in Cincinnati Actor (1 episode) Andre TV Series
1981 Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Actor Monnet TV Movie
1981 Scruples Actor Phillipe Nizan TV Movie
1981 Death Ray 2000 Actor Henir TV Movie
1980 Fantasy Island Actor (1 episode) Old Man TV Series
1980 Doctor Franken Actor Anaesthesiologist TV Movie
1979 Quincy M.E. Actor (1 episode) Claude Deschamps TV Series
1979 The French Atlantic Affair Actor TV Mini-Series
1979 The Rockford Files Actor (1 episode) Henri Tayir TV Series
1979 Time Express Actor (1 episode) TV Series
1978 The Pirate Actor Dupree TV Movie
1978 Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women Actor Casino Manager TV Movie
1976-1977 The Bionic Woman Actor (3 episodes) Robaire / Rochette / Maitre D' TV Series
1977 The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries Actor (1 episode) Paris Police Officer TV Series
1977 The Other Side of Midnight Actor Hotel Detective Film
1977 Laverne & Shirley Actor (1 episode) Maitre D' TV Series
1976 Raid on Entebbe Actor French President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing (uncredited) TV Movie
1976 Harry and Walter Go to New York Actor Waiter #1 film
1976 Kojak Actor (1 episode) Roget TV Series
1975 Let's Switch! Actor TV Movie
1973 Letters from Three Lovers Actor Maitre d' TV Movie
1969 Topaz Actor Jean Chabrier Film
1965-1969 Gomer Pyle: USMC Actor (4 episodes) Maitre d' / Waiter TV Series
1969 Sweet Charity Actor Greeter at 'Pompeii Club' (uncredited) Film
1969 Dragnet 1966 Actor William Smith TV Movie
1966-1967 Mission: Impossible Actor (2 episodes) Butler / Baccarat Croupier TV Series
1967 The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Actor (1 episode) Manager TV Series
1966 The Girl from U.N.C.L.E. Actor (1 episode) Bartender TV Series
1965 Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre Actor (2 episodes) TV Series
1965 Memorandum for a Spy Actor TV Movie

Notes

  • Stargate is the last on-screen appearance of Til.
  • Til has no line in the script and only appears three seconds on screen during the scene of the symposium on Ancient Egypt (timeframe: 0:05:56).

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