Eddie Avoth Professional Boxer

Eddie Avoth (born 2 May 1945) is a former boxer and actor. He was British and Commonwealth Light Heavyweight Boxing Champion, with a record of 44 wins (20 by knockout) from 53 fights. Eddie Avoth was born in Cardiff, Wales. He was a product of the Eddie Thomas boxing gym based in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, which spawned the boxing careers of such notables as Howard Winstone and Ken Buchanan . Avoth's professional boxing career spanned nine years and in this time he won the British and Commonwealth titles. Avoth retired from the ring in 1972. He was also an accomplished amateur boxer and represented his country internationally on many occasions. Following retirement from boxing, Avoth settled in Puerto Banús, Costa del Sol, Spain where he part-owned a well-known celebrity restaurant. He now resides back in the UK. Avoth's acting career began with a starring role for entertainment giant Warner Brothers in their 1986 blockbuster film "Instant Justice" where he starred alongside Michael Paré, Tawny Kitaen and Charles Napier. The film was directed by Hollywood producer Craig T Rumar. In 2010 he appeared in the Howard Winstone biopic Risen as boxing promoter Jack Solomons.

Personal details

Date of birth
May 2nd, 1945
Place of birth
Cardiff, United Kingdom
United Kingdom

Movie performances

1. Instant Justice (1986)

Action, Drama
played Silke
Runtime Producers Directors Writers Top cast Awards Budget Movie on internet
Craig T. Rumar
Craig T. Rumar
Craig T. Rumar
4 Show list

Instant Justice is a 1986 film starring Michael Paré, Charles Napier, Eddie Avoth and Tawny Kitaen. Pare plays the role of Scott Youngblood, a marine in Spain who seeks revenge for his sister's murder. The movie was written and directed by Craig T. Rumar.


Top cast

Maj. Davis
Juan Muñoz
Scott Youngblood
Subjects Music by Cinematographers Costumography Soundtrack Languages Country
David Kurtz
Douglas F. O'Neons
United States of America


Check Eddie Avoth on wikipedia.

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