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David Winters

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. David Winters (born 5 April 1939) is an English-born American dancer, choreographer, producer, director, screenwriter, and actor. Winters has participated in, directed and produced over 400 television series, television specials, and motion pictures. Of these, he has directed, produced and distributed over 50 films. Description above from the Wikipedia article David Winters (choreographer), licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Born:
Apr 5, 1939 In London, England, UK
Movie/TV Credits:
22
First Appeared:
In the series Westinghouse Studio One 1948-11-07
Latest Project:
Movie Dancin' It's On 2015-10-16
Known For
Poster of Dancin' It's On
Poster of Teddy Bear
Poster of The Last Angry Man
Poster of Atom Squad
Filmography

Dancin' It's On (2015)

Drama Romance
Movie
as Hal Sanders
4.3 2 votes

Dragonwolf (2013)

Action
Movie
as Brutus
3.7 5 votes

Teddy Bear (2012)

Romance Drama Comedy
Movie
as Scott
6.7 21 votes

Welcome 2 Ibiza (2003)

Romance Comedy Action
Movie
as Uncle Sam

The Last Horror Film (1982)

Horror Comedy
Movie
as Stanley Kline
5.6 9 votes

Love on a Rooftop (1966)

Comedy
Series
as Unknown

Hullabaloo (1965)

Comedy Music
Series
as Unknown

Breaking Point (1963)

Drama
Series
as Unknown
7 1 votes

Burke's Law (1963)

Drama
Series
as Unknown
8 4 votes

The Greatest Show on Earth (1963)

Drama
Series
as Unknown

Stoney Burke (1962)

Western
Series
as Unknown

West Side Story (1961)

Crime Drama Music
Movie
as A-Rab
7 296 votes

Bus Stop (1961)

Drama
Series
as Unknown

The Detectives (1959)

Action & Adventure Drama
Series
as Unknown

The Last Angry Man (1959)

Drama
Movie
as Lee Roy (uncredited)
7 1 votes

Naked City (1958)

Drama
Series
as Unknown
7.5 2 votes

77 Sunset Strip (1958)

Drama Crime
Series
as Unknown
7.8 6 votes

Perry Mason (1957)

Mystery Drama Crime Family
Series
as Unknown
7.8 21 votes

Atom Squad (1953)

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Series
as Charles West

Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951)

Drama
Series
as Unknown

Lux Video Theatre (1950)

Drama
Series
as Unknown

Westinghouse Studio One (1948)

Drama
Series
as Unknown
8 1 votes