John Dennis Arthur Bindon was an English actor and bodyguard who had close links with the London underworld. The son of a London cab driver, Bindon was frequently in trouble as a youth for getting into fights, and spent two periods in borstal. He was spotted in a London pub by Ken Loach, who asked him to star in his film Poor Cow .
John Dennis Bindon
4 October 1943
|Died||10 October 1993 (aged 50)|
|Resting place||Putney Vale Cemetery, London, England|
|Other names||Biffo, The Guv'nor, Big John|
|Occupation||Actor and bodyguard|
|Height||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
Love Thy Neighbour in 1973 and 11 Harrowhouse in 1974 were two films in which he starred. He also acted as a bodyguard for other musicians, most notably Led Zeppelin.
He was born to Dennis Bindon and Cicely Bindon.
He was a junior rugby union player until he was 15, and he worked odd jobs like pouring asphalt and dealing with antiques.
He was given the Queen's Award for Bravery, a police bravery medal, after rescuing a drowning man in the River Thames in 1968.
At the age of 50,
John Bindon height is 6′ 2″.
He played a role in the film Performance alongside Mick Jagger .
● John Bindon was born on October 4, 1943 (age 49) in England ● He is a celebrity movie actor ● His the best movies are Quadrophenia (1979), Poor Cow (1967), Get Carter (1971), Barry Lyndon (1975) and Performance (1970) ● He died on October 10, 1993, Chelsea, London, United Kingdom● The parents of John Bindon are Dennis Bindon, Cicely Bindon● His height is 6′ 2″
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