- "I'd walk miles for the hubble, bubble, and toil of a good horror movie, or to watch Vincent Price stirring cauldrons of horror, or to observe a well-fanged Christopher Lee on the prowl for blood. I love to see black horses and coaches galloping through the night and all that traditional stuff. The more traditional it is, the better I like it." Personal Quote
Bryant Haliday (7 April 1928 – 28 July 1996) was an American actor and producer. He was a co-founder of Janus Films, thereby becoming instrumental in providing a showcase for international films in the United States.
Haliday also purchased the historic Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He transformed it into the American version of England's Old Vic Theatre School, where he produced and acted in many of the productions.
In addition to his interest in theater, Haliday was an outspoken fan of horror films.
Haliday spent the last few years of his life producing and appearing on French television. He died in Paris in 1996.
- Devil Doll (Experiment #818) - as The Great Vorelli
- The Projected Man (Experiment #901) - as Dr. Paul Steiner