Roy Scammell is an English stunt performer and actor who was a stunt coordinator in the 1979 film Alien, standing in for Bolaji Badejo as the Alien when it is ejected from the shuttle at the end of the film. Other notable films Powell has appeared in include The Dirty Dozen (1967), A Clockwork Orange (1971), Flash Gordon (1980) and several films in the James Bond series.
|1966||Circus of Fear|
|1967||The Dirty Dozen||Uncredited|
|1969||Monte Carlo or Bust!|
|The Magic Christian||Uncredited|
|1971||A Clockwork Orange|
|O Lucky Man!|
|Rollerball||With Steve Boyum and Mac McDonald|
|1977||Under the Bed|
|The Spy Who Loved Me||Uncredited; with Clive Curtis, Nick Gillard and Eddie Powell|
|1979||The World Is Full of Married Men|
|Flash Gordon||With John Lees and Eddie Powell|
|The Dogs of War|
|For Your Eyes Only||Uncredited; with Clive Curtis, Charles Dance, Nick Gillard, John Lees and Eddie Powell|
|1984||Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes||With Ian Holm|
|Sheena||With Clive Curtis|
|1988||Willow||With Simon Crane, Nick Gillard, Eddie Powell and Tip Tipping|
|1990||Nuns on the Run||With Eddie Powell|
|1995||GoldenEye||Uncredited; with Simon Crane, Nick Gillard and Trevor Steedman|
|1999||Do Not Disturb|
- Owing to the relatively small pool of talented stuntmen in Great Britain during the 1980s and early 1990s, Simon Crane, Clive Curtis, Nick Gillard, Mark Anthony Newman, Eddie Powell, Roy Scammell, Trevor Steedman and Tip Tipping often worked together on high-profile action films made in the UK during that time. Many of these films were shot at Pinewood Studios.
- Scammell is the only one of the four actors who played the Alien — the others being Bolaji Badejo, Eddie Powell and Percy Edwards — who is still alive.