Biff Manard
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Biff Manard

Biff Manard (c. 1943 - May 19, 2014) was an American actor.[1] He was also inaccurately credited as Biff Maynard for one film.

Life and career

Born in either 1939 or 1943 according to certain sources, Manard appeared in numerous movies and making guest spots on popular TV shows for many decades, such as The Flash, but he is perhaps best known for his role as "Hap" Ashby in the low budget science-fiction adventure Trancers, in a supporting role as a washed up baseball player, who is targeted by a psychic assassin[2] from the future. He returned to this role in Trancers II, and in 1985 he also had reunited with co-stars Art LaFleur and Tim Thomerson for the zany Zone Troopers. He died in 2014 in Las Vegas aged 71 after being ill for quite a long time, but it is not known what ailment caused his death.[3]


  1. ^ Byrne, Craig (January 30, 2015). "Biff Manard From The Original Flash Series Died Last Year". FlashTVNews. KSiteTV. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ "Trancers [DVD] : the cult classic trilogy / Full Moon Features presents ..." Chinook Regional Library. Retrieved 2017.
  3. ^ "Argus Hamilton - RIP--a Comedy Store legend---Biff Manard..." Facebook. Retrieved 2017.

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