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Harrison Ford (left) and Sean Connery star in Paramount Picture's "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade," a Lucasfilm Ltd. production directed by Steven Spielberg. The film, featuring the long-awaited return of the daring archaeologist, will introduce moviegoers to Indiana's father, Dr. Henry Jones. It's the first movie teaming Ford and Connery, who have portrayed some of the world's best known movie heroes.
The films of MICHAEL BYRNE (Vogel) include "Buster," "The Long Good Friday," "Champions," "Force Ten From Navarone," "A Bridge Too Far," "The Medusa Touch," "The Eagle Has Landed," "Conduct Unbecoming," and "Butley."
Byrne has appeared in such television productions as "Ellis Island" and "Mountbatten."
Born in London, Byrne won a scholarship to the Central School of Speech and Drama, where his contemporaries included Julie Christie and Lynn Redgrave. He made his professional debut in 1963 and toured with repertory companies in Coventry and Birmingham before joining the National Theatre in 1964. He was appearing at the National Theatre in a new play by David Edgar prior to filming "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade."
KEVORK MALIKYAN (Kazim) has appeared in such films as "Pascali's Island," "Aliens," "Midnight Express," "Scorpio," and "The Man Who Haunted Himself."
In addition to numerous British television productions, Malikyan has appeared on American television in "The First Olympics -- Athens 1896" and episodes of "Scarecrow and Mrs. King" and "Remington Steele."
Malikyan has acted on the stage in such plays as "Macbeth," "From Ashes to Thebes," "The Royal Hunt of the Sun," "The Owl and the Pussycat Went to See," and "The Man of Destiny."
RICHARD YOUNG (Fedora) has appeared in such films as "1969," "The Ice Pirates," and "Let's Do It Again." On television he has appeared in "West of the Imagination" on PBS, the telefilms "Pancho Barnes," "Assassin" and "Splendor in the Grass," and in more than 20 episodic television shows.
Young was born in Kissimmee, Florida. His father was in the service, which required his family to travel the world while Young was growing up. After living in Seattle, Washington, Young moved to Los Angeles to attend college. He was working as a lifeguard when a commercial company used him as an extra. After further work in commercials, Young decided to begin a film and television acting career.
BRADLEY GREGG (Roscoe) also acted with River Phoenix in "Explorers" and "Stand By Me." His other films include "A Nightmare on Elm Street III: The Dream Warriors." On television he has appeared in "Lonesome Dove" and in episodic television programs, including "My Two Dads."
J.J. HARDY (Herman) began his acting career while he was a high school student. He appeared in the movie "Nobody's Fool" and the telefilm "Little Spies." Hardy made his professional acting debut in a pilot starring Harvey Korman. His other television work includes an episode of "First and Ten" and the pilot for the series "O'Hara."