'The Omen' film star convicted of attacking two cyclists in Kent

Actor who played the part of Damien in The Omen film admits two counts of actual bodily harm after he knocked a cyclist unconscious in a 'road rage' incident

Harvey Spencer Stephens outside Maidstone Crown Court.

(Image credit: Kent Media/REX/Shutterstock)

Harvey Spencer Stephens, the actor who played the part of Damien in the 1970s horror film The Omen, has been given a 12-month suspended prison sentence and fined for attacking two cyclists in a 'road rage' incident.

Stephens, 46, was involved in an incident with two cyclists on Toys Hill in Kent during August 2016, reports the Guardian.

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