Dante Briggins and Tyrone Love join “SPECTRE” castApril 11, 2015
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American actor and model Dante Briggins got his break in a feature film as a character known as “The Oiled Shirtless Guy” in 2013. He was born in the Bronx, New York, and began modeling at the age of 21 after he was discovered walking out of an H&M store in Manhattan.
He began his acting career in a series of music videos as male leads and a series of short films. In 2013 he co-starred along side Bronson Pinchot and Sean Molnar in the hilarious comedy “KFT“.
He is known for:
“Avengers: Age of Ultron” as Party Guest (2015)
“Fast & Furious 7” as Military Police (uncredited) (2015)
“Back in the Day” as Boxing Fan (2014)
“Kung Fu and Titties” as Shirtless Oiled Guy (2013)
Tyrone Love was born in Bath UK on 1st August, he is the cousin of fashion guru Gok Wan. Tyrone studied acting at the kings theatre stages school. Later on he trained as a chef and in silver service where his skills were chosen to serve at the anniversary D-day banquet to the worlds heads of states including the royal family and the president of the United States among others. Tyrone is an accomplished musician and plays a number of instruments including piano, guitar, didgeridoo and more. He is in talks with the director of a new Kris Marshell film for one of his songs to be the end title track which he wrote especially for the film. He also played, arranged, produced and recorded the song. He moved from Kingston, London to the south coast.
Tyrone is also talented sportsman and has won many ten pin bowling tournaments. Also he is a qualified u.s.p.t.a tennis teacher.
He is known for:
“Humans” (TV Series) – “Episode #1.8” as Plumber (2015)
“Into the Woods” as Village Man (uncredited) (2014)
“Exodus: Gods and Kings” as Royal couturier (uncredited) (2014)
“24: Live Another Day” (TV Mini-Series)
– “7:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.” as Armed Policeman (uncredited) (2014)
“Muppets Most Wanted” as Spanish Policeman (uncredited) (2014)
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