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||Jelto||Devil's Planet||Born 1947, Canada. Rollerball (1975), Star Wars (1977), Superman II (1980), Outland (1981), Hellbound: Hellraiser II (1988), Judge Dredd (1995), Eyes Wide Shut (1999), Enigma (2001), The 51st State (2001), Hellboy (2004), The Black Dahlia (2006), Rogue One (2016, in footage from the original Star Wars)|
||Commander Anton Gorski||Breakaway||Welsh character actor, born 1934 as Philip Jones, died 2012. Character actor noted for TV roles as foreign, often German, villains. In addition to his native Welsh, he was fluent in German and Russian, and his first job was as an interpreter. His most famous role was as a German officer in a 1973 episode of the comedy Dad's Army, in particular one scene which is widely regarded as the funniest in British TV comedy ("Don't tell him, Pike"). He had numerous guest roles in The Avengers (1963, 1964), The Saint (1967), The Champions (1967), Randall and Hopkirk Deceased (1969), UFO (1969), Dr Who (several), and Porridge (1974-1977). He became widely known with his role (as an SS officer) in the series Manhunt (1969) and as an Indian in The Last of the Mohicans (1971). He starred in The Life and Times of David Lloyd George (1984), and won critical acclaim when he joined the Royal Shakespeare Company for two stage productions in 1991. Films include Daleks Invasion Earth: 2150 AD (1966), Doppelganger (1968). He starred in 5 seasons of the Welsh language police series Yr Heliwr (English version title: A Mind to Kill, 1994-2002). He guested in Y Pris (2007), Midsomer Murders (2007)|
||Alphan||The Exiles||Born 1929, died 2007. Wounded in World War 2, he was spotted by a talent scout while window shopping in London and began his film career as a centurion in Caesar and Cleopatra (1945). A stuntman, stunt coordinator and stunt double who worked on The Adventures of Robin Hood (1955-59), The Avengers (1964, 1967-9), Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) (1969), Danger Man (1965), Blakes 7 (1979), The Saint (1966 and 1968), The Persuaders! (1971), and The Prisoner (1968; he also created the idea for the episode Living In Harmony). He co-wrote, as Frank J. Maher, three action novels with Denis J. Cleary, and wrote (uncredited) action sequences for Die Hard (1988).|
||Operative Ann||Mission of The Darians
Testament Of Arkadia
|Star Maidens (3 episodes, 1976), The New Avengers (1976)
Spotlight entry 1978 thanks to Shaqui
End Of Eternity
|Rules of Luton||born 1941
Well known star of the series The Sandbaggers (1978-1980), and the P D James Adam Dalgliesh thrillers (1983-1998). He appeared in the Dr Who episode "Smith and Jones" (2007).
||Main Mission Operative||Breakaway, Matter Of Life And Death||Dr Who (episode The Tenth Planet, 1966), Scream and Scream Again (1970), Scars of Dracula (1970)|
||Medical Officer||The Dorcons||Born 1949. Best known in Secret Army (1978-1979). Also Survivors (1977), Tales Of The Unexpected (1983), Midsomer Murders (2008)|
||Miner||Catacombs of the Moon||Survivors (1976), Dr Who (1977), Max Headroom (1985), Prime Suspect 2 (1992), Inspector Morse (1993), Midsomer Murders (2006)|
||Companion and Voice of Gwent||Infernal Machine||born 1920, died 2002. His real name is Reginald McKern. Australian resident in Britain since 1946. He had a glass eye.
Most famous as title character in Rumpole of The Bailey (1978-1992). Film: The Mouse That Roared (1959), The Day The Earth Caught Fire (1965), A Man For All Seasons (1966), Decline and Fall (1968), Ryan's Daughter (1971), The Omen (1976), The French Lieutenant's Woman (1981), Ladyhawke (1985). On TV: The Adventures Of Robin Hood (1956), The Prisoner (1969, recurring character), Reilly Ace Of Spys (1984).
||Morrow's daughter||Another Time, Another Place||Child actor, in episodes of Ace Of Wands (1972), Lillie (1978), The Sweeney (1978).
Spotlight entry 1975 thanks to Shaqui
||Les Johnson||The Immunity Syndrome||The Onedin Line (1979), Auf Wiedersehen, Pet (1986), Sharpe's Sword (1995), Inspector Morse (1997)|
||Anton Zoref||Force of Life||born 1942.
TV and film actor mostly known as title character in the series Lovejoy (1985-1991) and his leading role in Deadwood (2005) which won a Golden Globe. The film Battle Of Britain (1968), notable roles on TV in Jesus Of Nazareth (1977) and Disraeli (title character, 1978). In the late 1980s and 1990s he worked mainly in the US in Dallas (1989), Miami Vice (1989), Columbo (1990), Babylon 5 (1997). In 2000, starred in London stage musical Witches Of Eastwick. He has done a number of voice roles: Shrek the Third (2007), The Golden Compass (2007), Kung Fu Panda (2008), Coraline (2009). Other films include Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011), Jack The Giant Slayer (2013). He starred in the TV series Kings (2009), The Pillars of the Earth (2010), Game Of Thrones (2016), American Gods (2017).
||Barbara||The Taybor||Born 1950
Best known as a regular character in the comedy "Allo Allo" (1982- 1992), which has led to frequent appearances on talk shows and game shows. Other roles include Alfie Darling (1975). Official website
||Freda||Death's Other Dominion||born 1933
Mostly known as a regular on the comedy series "Marty" (1968-1969); also appeared in After Pilkington (1987), and the Inspector Alleyn Mysteries (1993).
|Billy J. Mitchell
||Prof. Hunter||Bringers of Wonder:||Born 1942. Never Say Never Again (1983), Top Secret (1984), Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988), Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989), Malcolm X (1992), Goldeneye (1995).|
||Short Alien||The Metamorph||Famous Five (1979)
Spotlight entry 1975 thanks to Shaqui
Stage and TV actor: The Adventures Of William Tell (1959), Danger Man (1960, 1964), Department S (1970), Jesus Of Nazareth (1977), Holocaust (1978), Bergerac (1986).
||Petros High Priest||Mission of the Darians||Born 1926 (as Aubrey Steinberg), died 2015. He was noted for character roles in theatre, working at the Old Vic (1954-1956), with several roles on Broadway. Film included The Quare Fellow (1962), where he formed a lasting friendship with Patrick McGoohan, A Clockwork Orange (1971), The Wicker Man (1973), and Woody Allen's Love and Death (1975). TV: The Champions (1968), The Prisoner (1969), Jamie (1971, star), Ripping Yarns (1979), Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy (1981). He moved to Los Angeles, his first role in Murder She Wrote (1986); he also appeared in Babylon 5 (1996) and Deadwood (2006).|
||Dione||The Last Enemy||Born 1942. est known as a regular in General Hospital (1970s). Other TV: The Saint (1968), The Cleopatras (1983), Holby City (2008).|
||Dave Reilly||All That Glisters||born 1940
The quintessential 1970s TV star. The Avengers (1966), UFO (1969), Special Branch (1969-1973, regular), Callan (1970-1972, regular), The Protectors (1973), Target (1977-1978, regular), Minder (1985). Since 2000 a regular in the soap Emmerdale Farm.
||Model||Seance Spectre||born 1949
Fame in 1969 on Lambs Navy Rum posters. Dracula AD 1972 (1972), Golden Voyage Of Sinbad (1973), At The Earth's Core (1976), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), Starcrash (1979, star), To Die For (1994).
|Val Musetti||Spirit||The Troubled Spirit||Stuntman, born 1943 in Italy. The Avengers (1967), Callan (1972), The New Avengers (1976), London's Burning (1990). Film: An American Werewolf in London (1981), Willow (1988), Robin Hood Prince Of Thieves (1991), Alien 3 (1992), Tomorrow Never Dies (1997). In the 1970s until 1991, he was also a motor racing driver.|
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