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Wilson Dunster was an actor with a strong presence in film throughout his Hollywood career. Dunster began his acting career with roles in such films as the Richard Harris drama "Game For Vultures" (1979), the Cindy Rome action film "Swift Justice" (1989) and the drama "The Schoolmaster" (1989) with Jurgen Prochnow. He also appeared in the Robert Vaughn biopic "Brutal Glory" (1990). He also starred in the TV movies "Armed and Deadly" (HBO, 1994-95) and "Operation Delta Force" (HBO, 1996-97). During these years, he additionally appeared in film, receiving a role in the action movie "The Rutanga Tapes" (1990) with David Dukes. In more recent years, Dunster had roles in "Yankee Zulu" (1996), "Dangerous Ground" (1997) with Ice Cube and "Glory Glory" (2001) with Chantelle Stander. Most recently, Dunster appeared in "Diamonds" (2008-09).

Wilson Dunster was an actor with a strong presence in film throughout his Hollywood career. Dunster began his acting career with roles in such films as the Richard Harris drama "Game For Vultures" (1979), the Cindy Rome action film "Swift Justice" (1989) and the drama "The Schoolmaster" (1989) with Jurgen Prochnow. He also appeared in the Robert Vaughn biopic "Brutal Glory" (1990). He also starred in the TV movies "Armed and Deadly" (HBO, 1994-95) and "Operation Delta Force" (HBO, 1996-97). During these years, he additionally appeared in film, receiving a role in the action movie "The Rutanga Tapes" (1990) with David Dukes. In more recent years, Dunster had roles in "Yankee Zulu" (1996), "Dangerous Ground" (1997) with Ice Cube and "Glory Glory" (2001) with Chantelle Stander. Most recently, Dunster appeared in "Diamonds" (2008-09).

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 Cobb (1994)
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