Australian-born radio, film, and TV actor Rod Taylor,right, made his film debut in the Australian production of KING OF THE CORAL SEA IN 1953.
Rod Taylor in The Time Machine, 1960
Rod starred in Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds, 1963.
What a wonderful actor! His role in The Birds is unique!
I wish you the best, Mr. Taylor!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Always enjoyed his movies. Great actor
Probably my favorite actor handsome, swashbucley,Mcgiver type love the “Time Machine”live long Rod
Excellent actor, lived the role for the viewer. For a surprise – check out “Welcome to Woop Woop”.
Where the hell have you been???
You’r too good not to be around!
I would love to meet you some day
a man after my heart-the kind of man i would like to be
Mr taylor has been one of my favorite actors for many years. Every film he has been in was great due mostly to his superior acting skills. He made every role believable This man has a lot of class. Thank you, Mr. Taylor. D
When I was a kid, I didn’t ever miss a film which had Rod Taylor in it. Liked Hong Kong and thought I wanted to go and see it one day, which I did in 1997, found it much more interesting in his series. Thank you Mr. Taylor.
One of the worlds greatest actors.I have seen most of his movies , the Time machine possible 10 times or more.Thank you Mr .Taylor . ps your aussie fan
Happy Birthday Mate. Just watched a bunch of ya movies on TCM. Excellent memories.
Rod Taylor is one of the finest actors to ever grace the screen. Who could ever forget this wonderful performer who gave us so much with such films as “The Time Machine,” “The Birds,” and “Young Cassidy.” Many more Happy Ones, Rod. Ron Payne
Just saw him in 36 Hours. Spectacular performance.
Hi all, hi Rod, congrats on a great life, but how the time flies. Thankyou for the great movies, am watching the Time Machine right now when i got on this site, like to read up on peoples lives whilst watching one of their movies, ‘whats that you say?…get a life? hah, ok i will read on….his house just went up in smoke in the movie, its now 1966, ok gl mate, live till 100, godbless all, byeeeeeeeee