Peter Lee Lawrence

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Peter Lee Lawrence born Karl Hirenbach, (born February 21, 1945, Lindau, died April 19, 1974), was a German actor. He enjoyed brief fame as a prolific leading man of Spaghetti Westerns before dying at the age of 29. His first notable film role was a small, uncredited, but important appearance as the brother-in-law of Lee Van Cleef in For a Few Dollars More. From than on he went on to star in 16 more Spaghetti Westerns from 1967 to 1973. He was also credited in several of these films as Arthur Grant. Some of these films were hits in Europe including "32 Caliber Killer" (1967), "Days of Violence" (1967), Fury of Johnny Kid (1967), The Man Who Killed Billy the Kid (1967), Killer Adios (1968). He was a particularly popular actor in Cuba. In 1971, Lawrence had a supporting role in Black Beauty. He continued acting until his death. He had 30 film credits in his nine-year career. His last credited appearance was Los Caballeros del Botón de Ancla (1974). He lived in Nice for severals years with his mother. He was also cast in photonovels under the name Pierre Clément. Lawrence reportedly died from a brain tumor.
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