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||Dorcon Soldier||Dorcons||American actor who appeared in Blakes 7 (1978), Angel (2003).|
||Mark Dominix||Force of Life||Born 1947. A former male model whose acting career includes a number of British sex comedies including The Over Amorous Artist (1974), Girls Come First (1975) and Under the Bed (1977). His was the subject of a 1975 BBC documentary showing him attempting to finance and shoot a sex film, but his money ran out and the film was never finished. He also appeared in No Blade Of Grass (1970), and on TV in Jason King (1972), 1990 (1977), Dr Who (1978),|
||Eva Zoref||Force of Life||Born 1943. Recurring role in Softly Softly (1969-1974). Guest in Shoestring (1980), Lovejoy (1991).|
|Journey to Where
|Dr Who (1973), Boon (1986), Dalziel and Pascoe (1997)|
|Dr Who (1963), Doppelganger (1968), UFO (1969), The Adventurer (1972), Star Wars (1977), stand-in for C3PO, alien bounty hunter, body double for Han Solo in carbonite, and cloud city operative in The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Return Of The Jedi (1983), stand-in for Christopher Reeve in Superman (1977), stand-in for Terence Stamp in Phantom Menace (1999).
Comments on the series, 2015
||Sares||Devil's Planet||born 1948, Australia; died 1991
Married to actor Pierce Brosnan (James Bond). She appeared in For Your Eyes Only (1981).
||Main Mission Operative||Guardian Of Piri, Force Of Life, Alpha Child, End Of Eternity, War Games||1975 Spotlight thanks to Shaqui|
||Main Mission Operative||Earthbound, Another Time, Another Place||Dr Who (Death To The Daleks, 1974), Special Branch (1974), Silent Witness (2003).|
||Anna Davis||Testament of Arkadia||born 1943, New Zealand actress, who won a scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. She then joined the Royal Shakespeare Company. Film: All Creatures Great and Small (1974), It Shouldn't Happen To A Vet (1979), Omen 3 (1981). TV: Star Maidens (regular, 1975), 1990 (regular, 1978), Nancy Astor (star, 1984), Inspector Morse (1990), A Sense Of Guilt (regular, 1990), Kavanagh QC (1994-1998). The film Sunday (1997) won The Grand Jury Award at the Sundance Film Festival, and she was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Actress.
In 1997 she moved to the US with her husband, whale-biologist Roger Payne, and her son Tim (by actor Sam Neill). She has continued to perform in theatre in the US, and to promote environmental causes (see her website).
||Alpha News Service Girl||Black Sun||Born 1947. TV actress best known as lead in the soap Howard's Way (1985-1990). Edward the Seventh (1975), The Sweeney (1976), Inspector Morse (1991), Lovejoy (1992), regular in Bugs (1997-1999), regular in Family Affairs (2000-2003).|
||Cynthia Crawford||Alpha Child||Born 1944, Bristol. Became popular as Nina in the series Manhunt (1969), and in The Lotus Eaters (1972-3). Also appeared in The Persuaders (1971) and Tales Of The Unexpected (1982).|
||Jerry Travis||Immunity Syndrome||American actor, born 1931, New Jersey USA. Appeared with Martin Landau in The Outer Limits episode Man Who Was Never Born (1963). Also appeared in Star Trek The Return Of The Archons (1967, credited as Christopher Held), The Fugitive (1966), The Invaders (1967), The Adventurer (1972), Mission Impossible (1972), The Incredible Hulk (1978), MacGyver (1986). Uncredited in Diamonds Are Forever (1971).|
||Annette Fraser||Metamorph||born 1941
Prolific TV actress who is now a top designer. TV: UFO (1969), Return Of The Saint (1979). Film: On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969), Black Snake (Russ Meyer, 1973). She married into the English aristocracy, becoming Lady Weinberg in 1980, and became famous for interior design, dresses for Princess Diana and Princess Margaret and managing luxury hotels with individually designed rooms: Blakes and the Hempel in London, and the Dylan Amsterdam.
Vegan (grey dress)
One Moment of Humanity
|Born 1947. Doctor at Large (1971), Rutland Weekend Television(1976), Hazell (1979), The Life and Times of David Lloyd George (1981), The Professionals (1982), Are You Being Served? (1985), Indiscreet (1988), Boon (1987), The Bill (1997). In addition to drama and comedy, she was presented children's television in the 1970s and 1980s, especially Ragtime (1973). She married actor Bob McBain in 1979 (until his death, 2004).|
||Joe Ehrlich||Bringers of Wonder||Born 1931, died 2016. Red Leader in Star Wars (1977) and Rogue One (2016). Guest roles in The Avengers (1967), UFO (1970). He was married to Jacqueline Pearce (Blakes 7) and Felicity Kendall. He suffered from manic depression and retired from acting.|
||Nurse||End Of Eternity
The Troubled Spirit
|Z Cars (1975), The Bill (1987). In 2004 she was in the cast of the Joan Collins play Full Circle on UK theatre tour. At the time, she was the wife of Anton Phillips.|
||Kaldorian||Earthbound||Born 1943. Died 2007.
Tall 6 foot tall model. In the late 1960s she was based in the Netherlands and other European cities, before returning to London in the early 1970s; some of her TV adverts were directed by Ridley Scott and Alan Parker at the start of their careers. She appeared as "Brea Tonnika" in the cantina sequence in Star Wars (1977). Dr Who (1975), Tommy (1975), Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987), Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988), Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994), Bridget Jones's Diary (2001), Die Another Day (2002)
Space 1999 which I worked on for 3 weeks I also have a good memory of - despite the fact I was in suspended animation a lot of the time! Christopher Lee (who was famous at that time for his Dracula roles) had very piercing dark eyes which were quite hypnotic. I remember he would go to his dressing room at lunchtime and sing Opera, he had a good voice and it was amazing to hear.
||Communications Controller||Devil's Planet||born 1954, USA. American actress resident in Britain in the 1970s, she later moved back to the US where she has appeared in a number of plays in New York. Superman (1978), The Professionals (1979), Nancy Astor (1982), Sweet Liberty (1986), Dynasty (1987), Matlock (1987), Murder She Wrote (1989, 1992), LA Law (193)|
|Bringers of Wonder
|Stuntman, roles in Dr Who (1971 on), Blakes 7 (1978), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), Superman (1978), An American Werewolf in London (1981), Octopussy (1983), Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984), Brazil (1985), A View to a Kill (1985), Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991), Billy Elliot (2000), Captain Corelli's Mandolin (2001), Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 (2010) and part 2 (2011), Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), Thor: The Dark World (2013), Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Game of Thrones (2015), Star Wars Rogue One (2016).|
|The Last Enemy
Mission Of The Darians
|Born 1952. She won the title Miss UK and Miss International in 1972. She was an assistant on the game show Sale of the Century in 1975, and appeared in various Carry On films (1974-6), the Sweeney (1978).|
||Guard||Devil's Planet||Lisztomania (1975), Are You Being Served (1977), regular in Hi-de-Hi! (1980-1984), 'Allo 'Allo (1989).|
||Guard||Devil's Planet||born 1957, died 2013. Model who was the first UK Gossard Wonderbra girl at the age of 18, in 1975. She had small acting roles in The Persuaders! (1971), Monty Python's Flying Circus (1972), and Supergirl (1984).|
|End Of Eternity, Dragon's Domain,The Taybor, One Moment Of Humanity||Born 1953. A model and comedy actress. Up Pompeii (1971), The Adventurer (1972), The Benny Hill Show (1973), Carry on Girls (1973)|
||Eagle Pilot||Guardian of Piri||born 1943, died 2007
TV actor mostly known as a regular in The New Avengers (1976-1978) and British coffee adverts. Other roles include Dr Who (1974), Minder (1984). His role in Guardian of Piri was due to be larger but after a disagreement with director Crichton he left before the episode was finished.
||Eagle Pilot Bill||Catacombs Of The Moon||Born 1952. The Sweeney (1981), Bergerac (1983), Dangerfield (1995), EastEnders (recurring, 1997-1998)|
||Greg Sanderson||Seance Spectre||Born 1948. Menacing villain in UK TV. Straw Dogs (1971), The Wrath of God (1972), Sweeney 2 (1978), Gandhi (1982). He had a minor role in Star Wars but was cut.|
Copyright Martin Willey. Thanks to Shaqui