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Eric Stine is an actor, known for The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), Hanover Street (1979) and Louise and her Lover (2011). See full bio »

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Congratulations to Rachel Brosnahan on Her Golden Globes Nomination

Rachel Brosnahan garnered a Golden Globes nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series (Musical or Comedy) for her role in the Prime Original series "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel." Check out the trailer for the show and browse our Golden Globes Guide for the full list of nominees.

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Known For

The Spy Who Loved Me
The Spy Who Loved Me USS Wayne Crewman
(1977)
Hanover Street
Hanover Street Farrell
(1979)
Louise and her Lover
Louise and her Lover Art Gallery Patron
(2011)
Ham & Cheese
Ham & Cheese Telemarketing Co-Worker, Canadian Theatre Company
(2004)

Filmography

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 2011 Louise and her Lover
Art Gallery Patron
 2004 Ham & Cheese
Telemarketing Co-Worker, Canadian Theatre Company
 2001 Bleacher Bums (TV Movie)
Red Headed Bleacherite (uncredited)
 1987 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (TV Series)
Security Guard
- The Mole (1987) ... Security Guard
 1987 Walking on Air (TV Movie)
Emily's Dad
 1983 Will There Really Be a Morning? (TV Movie)
Photographer #2
 1983 Skullduggery
McNamara
 1980 Superman II
Secret Service Agent (uncredited)
 1979 Yanks
Sergeant at Railway Stn. (uncredited)
 1979 Hanover Street
Farrell
 1977 BBC2 Play of the Week (TV Series)
Al
- Exiles (1977) ... Al
 1977 The Spy Who Loved Me
USS Wayne Crewman

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