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I came across an old brochure about Paslode nailers and the man in its cover seems familiar. Any chance he might be an american or british actor? The brochure has no reference to his name, only text like "...the best you can do is wear safety glasses... or my name isn't Black Bart!" I doubt if such reference to this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Bart_%28outlaw%29 has anything to do with him, however... Brochure from the 1980's, maybe?

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This question appears to be off-topic because it is about identifying someone who may or may not be an actor. –  Andrew Martin Jun 16 at 10:34
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Looks a little like a young Sam Neill... I'm not sure this is off topic yet; I mean, why else do we have Identify-this-actor? I get what Andrew is saying, it's just we don't now for sure if this is on topic until we get an answer. If he does turn out to be an actor, does that make this on-topic? –  John Smith Optional Jun 16 at 11:17
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@JohnSmithOptional: No. Anything that is identification solely through a picture is off topic as far as I'm concerned. –  Andrew Martin Jun 16 at 11:34
    
Looks more like Chelcie Ross than Sam Neill. –  Joel Rondeau Jun 16 at 16:46
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@AndrewMartin I disagree in the sense that since many of the ads do feature actors, a person might want to know if they are an actor. If they are its relevant, if not, then its the byproduct of discovery process. –  GµårÐïåñ Jun 18 at 1:05

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