Born thirty years too late to star in the big-budget Hollywood swashbucklers that would have suited him best, Canadian actor Duncan Regehr nonetheless cut quite a dashing figure in TV costume adventures. Regehr's first regular series work was as Prince Dirk Blackpool in the 1983 sword-and-sorcery briefie Wizards and Warriors. His breakthrough role was the part of Errol Flynn in the 1985 TV-movie adaptation of Flynn's racy autobiography My Wicked Wicked Ways. Regehr persisted in Flynn-like derring-do as star of the 1990 cable TV series Zorro. Duncan Regehr's other significant television credits include the role of extraterrestrial "visitor" Charles in the sci-fi series V (1984-85), and the part of Sheriff Pat Garrett in the 1989 TNT feature film Gore Vidal's Billy the Kid.