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Robin Ward

Robin Ward



Canada

Age: 80

Born: 10 Apr, 1944

Known for

In The Twilight Zone (1985) as Narratoras Narrator

in The Twilight Zone (1985)
In The Starlost as Garthas Garth

in The Starlost
In Greatest Tank Battles as Narratoras Narrator

in Greatest Tank Battles

TV Series Starring Robin Ward

Greatest Tank BattlesGreatest Tank Battles

This is an action-packed 20 -part series that brings to life the most gripping and monumental tank battles ever fought, through stunning CGI animation and eyewitness accounts. Filmed on battlefields across the world, this new original series puts viewers in the heat of the battles, witnessing historic armored combats through the eyes of the very men who manned the tanks and fought to the finish.


The Twilight Zone (1985)The Twilight Zone (1985)
CBS, 1985 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Mystery, Thriller, Sci-Fi
Rating: 3.8/5

Redoing some episodes and doing new ones 20 years later after the originals, these are made in color and in one-hour episodes. Most of the episodes contained two or three stories, and were broken up in half hour episodes for syndication.


The StarlostThe Starlost
CTV, 1973 Cancelled/Ended | Sci-Fi
Rating: 3/5

This low budget Canadian sci-fi series from 1973 ran for sixteen episodes before it was cancelled due to low ratings. It was created in Canada by Glen Warren Productions and partially funded by Twentieth Century Fox, who now own the broadcast and syndication rights to the series. It was also compiled down into five movies, each composed of two episodes each, with new credit sequences. The series was written by renowned science fiction author Harlan Ellison under a pseudonym of Cordwainer Bird, with additional episodes being written by other sci-fi authors. The plot concerned a giant Noah's Ark-like spaceship, composed of hundreds of huge "domes", each containing a sample culture from the planet Earth, which has long since died out due to an unknown disaster. The Ark, damaged from an asteroid collision, goes off course and heads into the path of a distant sun, its crew dead. Three simple farmers accidentally find their way out of their dome and must find out how to get the Ark back on course, and avoid the sun.