The Catacombs Catacombs Credits Guide
Guest Cast


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John Sarbutt
Force Of Life
3rd Guard Force Of Life Dr Who (1975, 1982), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), The Professionals (1978).
Lon Satton
Benjamin Ouma Breakaway Born 1929, Philadelphia, USA. He made his name in musical theatre, first in Broadway, then in London. He played, sang and roller-skated in the role of Poppa in the musical Starlight Express Laurence Olivier Award (1984, nominated as best actor for the Laurence Olivier Awards). Satton remained in the London production for the New Starlight Express (1992), staying until 1997, a run of 12 years. On film, he is known from Live and Let Die (1973). Ouma was to be a regular character, but members of the cast found him difficult to work with, and a new character, David Kano played by Clifton Jones, replaced him in subsequent episodes.
Nadim Sawalha
The Immunity Syndrome
Zoran Immunity Syndrome Jordanian actor resident in Britain, born 1935. Father of actresses Julie and Nadia Sawalha.
Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (1977), The Spy Who Loved Me (1979), The Living Daylights (1987), The Avengers (1998).
Roy Scammell
Jim Nordstrom
records lab space animal
Maya animal
Bringers Of Wonder part 1
The Dorcons
Born 1932, Royston Scammell began his career playing ice hockey; his ice skating was put to use in Rollerball (1975) and arranging the skating for the stage musical Starlight Express (1984). He first became a stuntman in Vice Versa (1948). Monte Carlo or Bust (1969), Dr Who (1970 and 1987), A Clockwork Orange (1971), Rollerball (1975), Barry Lyndon (1975), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), stunt coordinator on Alien (1979), Flash Gordon (1980), Saturn 3 (1980), Willow (1988), GoldenEye (1995). He died 2021, aged 88.
Catherine Schell
Guardian Of Piri
Servant of the Guardian Guardian of Piri See main details
Alex Scott
Voyager's Return
Aarchon Voyager's Return Born 1929 in Australia, died 2015. Veteran TV actor from the 1950s-1980s. The Adventures of Robin Hood (1957), the Adventures of William Tell (1958), Ivanhoe (1958), regular in Sir Francis Drake (1961), Avengers (1961), The Saint (1964, 1966), Dr Who (1965), the film Fahrenheit 451 (1966), Randall and Hopkirk Deceased (1970), Doomwatch (1970), Jason King (1971), Special Branch (1973), Worzel Gummidge (1980). In the 1980s he returned to his native Australia where he appeared in the film Romper Stomper (1992).
Antony Scott
End Of Eternity
Hayes End of Eternity Born 1933 as Harry Scott, died 1983. Department S (1969), 1990 (1977), Superman (1978), The Professionals (1979), Minder (1979)
Kathryn Leigh Scott
Yesta Dorzak Born 1945. American actress known for Dark Shadows (1969-1970), who came to Britain for Brannigan (1975), then returned to the US. She appeared in Star Trek the Next Generation (1989) and Dallas (1989). Website
Robin Scott
Eric Sparkman Breakaway Dr Who (1967, 1969)
Carolyn Seymour
The Seance Spectre
Eva Lewis Seance Spectre Born 1947 as Carolyn von Beckdendorf. Regular in Survivors (1975). After the Bitch (1979) she moved to the US with husband Peter Medak (who directed her in Seance Spectre). She had recurring roles in several series including Matlock (1986), Star Trek the Next Generation (1989), Quantum Leap (1989), LA Law (1994), Star Trek Voyager (1995). She also appeared in Cagney and Lacey (1983), Babylon 5 (1997).
Michael Sharvell-Martin
Brian The Brain
Brian The Robot Brian the Brain Born 1944, Comic actor, with numerous roles in The Benny Hill Show (1969-1970) and Dave Allen at Large (1971-1979). In Brian the Brain he sat inside the "robot" pedalling it around. He died in 2010. Movie-dude Aveleyman
Michael Sheard
Dragon's Domain
Dr. Darwin King
Dragon's Domain
Born 1938, died August 2005. Best known in the UK as the headmaster from Grange Hill (1985-1989) and numerous roles in Dr Who (1966-1988). According to his autobiography he was originally considered for a regular role in Space 1999. He was filmed as Gundlach in Breakaway, but cut from the final episode. Brief film appearances in the The Empire Strikes Back (1980), Raiders Of The Lost Ark (1981) and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989). TV: 1984 (1965), Randall and Hopkirk Deceased (1970), The Persuaders (1971), New Avengers (1976), Tomorrow People (1978), Blakes 7 (1980), First Frontier (regular, 1999).
He was interviewed in December 1994 and mentioned the series.
Ellen Sheean
Death's Other Dominion
Revered One Death's Other Dominion Born 1939 in the USA, died August 2016. Father Brown (1974), Drop the Dead Donkey (1994)
Robert Sheedy
The Bringers Of Wonder part 1
Henry Bringers Of Wonder The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
Bob Sherman
Dragon's Domain
Space News Announcer Dragon's Domain American actor and writer who lived in Britain. Born 1940, died August 2004. His first credited role was in Kiss Me Deadly (1955); he also appeared in two episodes of Science Fiction Theatre (1956). Other roles include The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), History Is Made at Night (1999) and Hellboy (2004). TV included The Persuaders (1971), Return Of The Saint (1978), Gerry Anderson's Space Precinct (1994) and The Falklands Play (2002). Notable stage roles including Are You Now Or Have You Ever Been (1977), which he also produced and adapted for British audiences. Rod Steiger flew to London to perform his radio adaption of The Old Man and the Sea; his radio play The Titanic Inquiry (2002) was also well received.
John Shrapnel
Death's Other Dominion
Capt. Jack Tanner Death's Other Dominion Born 1942, died 2020. Noted stage actor (especially working with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre). On TV: Elizabeth R (1971), Edward and Mrs Simpson (1980), the Thebian Plays of Sophicles (1986), Selling Hitler (1991), Invasion Earth (1998). Films include Notting Hill (1999), Gladiator (2000), K19 The Widowmaker (2002), Troy (2004), Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) .
Colin Skeaping
War Games
Guard End Of Eternity, War Games Born 1944. Stuntman. Live and Let Die (1973) and many other Bonds. First 3 Star Wars (1977+, double for Luke Skywalker), Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984), Batman (1989), 28 Days Later (2002). TV series Midsomer Murders (stunt coordinator, 1999-2008)
Corinne Skinner-Carter
Black Sun
Professor Angela Robinson Black Sun born 1931 in Trinidad. She came to the UK in 1955, becoming a teacher while acting and dancing in film and TV. She appeared as a dancer in Cleopatra (1963) and Live and Let Die (1973). Her breakthrough role was starring in the soap Empire Road (1978-1979). She was in numerous guest roles including Prime Suspect 2 (1992) and Lovejoy (1993-4). She became well known as a regular in the soap EastEnders (2000-2001). Her autobiography, Why Not Me? From Trinidad to Albert Square Via Empire Road, was published in 2011.
Ina Skriver
The A B Chrysalis
A A B Chrysalis born 1945, Denmark as Ina Merete Meincke. Originally a model. Star Maidens (1976), The New Avengers (1976), The Professionals (1979), Victor/Victoria (1982). Starring in the British thriller The Golden Lady (1979), she used the name Christina World.
James Smilie
End Of Eternity
Mike Baxter End of Eternity

Born 1945 in Glasgow, Smilie lived in Australia until 1972 and in the early 1980s emigrated back to Australia.
TV: Crackerjack (Australian version, host, 1967), Homicide (Australia, 1966-1972), Z-Cars (1974), Tomorrow People (1977), Prisoner (Australia, 1979), Return To Eden (1983), Red Dwarf (1991), Highlander (1994). Many stage musicals.

Jim Smilie attending a 2006 student graduation night at WAAPA's Acting and Music Theatre institution. From Perth "Sunday Times" section "Perth Confidential" (19 Nov 2006). Thanks to Stephen Herbert

Marc Smith
Alien Attack
Cloud Voice
The Beta Cloud
Alien Attack
Born 1945, Missouri, USA. An American voice actor who worked in Britain, occasionally appeared on camera. Live And Let Die (1973), Moonraker (1979), Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy (1981), Whoops Apocalypse (1986). Voice overs in Blade Runner (1982) and the English dubs of many 1980s anime series. Died 2006.
James Snell
The Seance Spectre
Space Brain
The Seance Spectre
Dr Who (1971), Gandhi (1982), Casualty (1986, recurring)
Eddie Stacey
End Of Eternity
Security Guard End Of Eternity Also stunt double for Martin Landau (eg Last Sunset, Space Brain, The Exiles, Journey To Where).
Born 1939. Stuntman and stunt coordinator in On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969), Flash Gordon (1980), Superman 3 (1983), Willow (1988), Batman (1989), Gladiator (2000),
Gerald Stadden
Mission Of The Darians
Male Mute Mission of the Darians Born 1943. He is 4 foot 1 inch (1.24m) tall. Dark Crystal (1982), an Ewok in Star Wars Return Of The Jedi (1983), The NeverEnding Story (1984), Willow (1988), Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (2001), Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002), Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Askaban (2004).
Angela Staines
Earthbound - Christine Hewett left, Angela Staines second from right
Kaldorian Earthbound 6ft 2in model (a little taller than Christine Hewett). Alfie Darling (1975), Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976), Star Wars (1977, as one of the Tonnika Sisters in the cantina sequence, with fellow Kaldorian Christine Hewett). She moved to US in 1977.
Anthony Stamboulieh
The Lambda Factor
George Crato The Lambda Factor The Saint (1969), The Protectors (1973), The Lotus Eaters (regular, 1972-3), The Zoo Gang (1974), MacGyver (recurring character, 1987-1991)
John Standing
The Mark Of Archanon
Pasc Mark of Archanon born 1934, real name John Leon
A distinguished stage actor, he began his career in 1955. In 1979 he was nominated for an Olivier award. King Rat (1965), The Eagle Has Landed (1977). TV: The Avengers (1963), Tinker Taylor Soldier Spy (1979), LA Law (1990), Game of Thrones (2011)
Suzette St.Clair
Death's Other Dominion
Thulian Death's Other Dominion born 1949
Sometimes credited as Suzette St. Claire. She was a hostess in the children's game show "Crackerjack" plus the family game show "Generation Game", and appeared dancing in the titles "Top of the Pops" (1973- if plus some TV drama such as Sotly Softly (1973), Casanova 73 (1973), The Onedin Line (1974) and the film The Slipper and the Rose (1976), as well as adult material such as Confessions of a Pop Performer (1975) and Come Play with Me (1979)
Death's Other Dominion
Pamela Stephenson
Catacombs Of The Moon
Michelle Osgood Catacombs of the Moon born 1949
New Zealand actress resident in Britain who found fame in the comedy series Not the Nine OClock News (1980-1982). She married comedian Billy Connelly and moved to the US, where she presented Saturday Night Live (1984-1985). Some (semi)serious roles in The Professionals (1977). In 1996 she gained a doctorate in clinical psychology, and practices as a psychotherapist. Her biography of Connelly was a bestseller in 2003. She finished third in the 2010 Strictly Come Dancing gameshow.
Roy Stewart
The Metamorph
Alien in Cave Metamorph Born Jamaica 1925, died 2008. When he arrived in London in the late 1940s, Stewart primarily worked as a stuntman, and began to train with weights. In 1954 he opened a gym in London, and became friends with others in the London body building scene including Dave Prowse and Arnold Schwarzenegger. In the 1960s he opened a Caribbean restaurant and nightclub in Bayswater, and would entertain patrons including Jimi Hendrix and Bob Marley; he remained in charge until his death. He had small roles in Adam Adamant Lives! (1966), The Avengers (1968), Godard's Sympathy for the Devil (1968), the film Julius Caesar (1970), Doomwatch (1970), Dr Who (1971), Live and Let Die (1973), I Claudius (1976).
Mike Stevens
Ring Around The Moon
Main Mission Operative Year 1 UFO (1969), Dr Who (1971, 1972), The Adventurer (1972), Moonbase 3 (1973), Return of the Jedi (1983), Lovejoy (1993) see aveleyman
Barry Stokes
Voyager's Return
Jim Haines Voyager's Return Born 1948. UFO (1969), Doomwatch (1971), Survivors (1977), Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson (1980), Reilly: Ace of Spies (1983).
Kevin Stoney
The Last Enemy
Talos The Last Enemy Born 1921, died January 2008. Adventures Of William Tell (1958), Dr Who (1965, 1968, 1975), The Prisoner (1967), Doomwatch (1970), Tomorrow People (1973), I Claudius (1976), Quatermass (1979), Blakes 7 (1981), a recurring role in Bergerac (1981-1983), All Creatures Great and Small (1988), Inspector Morse (1993).
Jim Sullivan
The Troubled Spirit
Musician The Troubled Spirit Born 1941 as James George Thompkins, died 2012. One of the UK's most popular session guitarists, Sullivan worked on over 1000 chart entries in the 1960s and 1970s. He worked on the Barry Gray scores for Captain Scarlet, Joe 90, and Thunderbirds. From 1969 he toured extensively with Tom Jones. In 1978 he became part of the James Last Orchestra, working with them until 1987, with a brief spell away to do a major tour with Olivia Newton-John following her success in Grease. He was interviewed in FAB 55 (2006) p23-27. Website
Barry Summerford
Devil's Planet (Summerford on right)
Prisoner Devil's Planet born 1943, died 2014
Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines (1965), Battle of Britain (1968), Doomwatch (1970), Dr Who (various, 1970-1978), Moonbase 3 (1973), Blake's 7 (various, 1979-1981), Star Wars (1977), Moonraker (1979), Enemy at the Door (1980), Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), Beau Geste (1982), Octopussy (1983), A Year in Provence (1993). He was John Thaw's stand-in for many productions.
see aveleyman, movie-dude nerf-herders
Gerry Sundquist
The Dorcons
Malic Dorcons born 1955, died 1993
A star of the TV series The Mallens (1978).
Andy Sutcliffe
The Testament Of Arkadia
Main Mission Operative Last Enemy, Infernal Machine, Dragon's Domain, Testament Of Arkadia No other roles known.
Robert Swales
Voyager's Return
Pilot Voyager's Return 1990 (1977), Van der Valk (1977), regular in Galloping Galaxies! (1985-1986).

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