Gerard Geoffrey Copleston was born in Manchester, England on March 18, 1921. Copleston was a British actor and voice actor who worked primarily in Italian genre films. Copleston was an officer in the British Royal Army and settled in Italy after World War II ended. Starting in 1956 he appeared in more than one hundred films which most were English language dubbed European films. Fluent in Italian, he often dubbed his own voice in both English and Italian. Copleston wrote the English dialogue for “Django” (1966) directed by Sergio Corbucci and starring Franco Nero. Geoffrey married to Lydia A. M. Federici from 1947 until 1999.
Geoffrey Copleston died in Rome, Italy in 1999
COPLESTON, Geoffrey (aka G. Copleston, Gerald Geoffrey Copleston, Geoffrey Coplestone, Geoffrey Coppleston, Jeffrey Coppleston, Jeoffrey Coppleston, Geoffrey Copplestone) (Gerard Geoffrey Copleston) [3/18/1921, Manchester, England, U.K. – 1999, Rome, Lazio, Italy] – writer, film, TV actor, married to Lydia A M Federici (1947-1999).
The Hills Run Red – 1966 (Brian Horner)
Paid in Blood – 1971 (Alec Quinter)
Red Coat – 1974 (RMCP Commander)