L M N O
Crusader, 1 episode,
'The Lost Crusader' - as a misguided crusader who
is lieing in wait for a 'dragon'
In the Seagull
Tom Klunis was born on April 29, 1930 in San
Francisco, California, USA. He is an actor, known for
Hope (1975) and
Plays Flamingo, 3 episodes
I recognize him, but I guess behind the scenes as rider and stuntman a lot more,
He got role in the episodes 'Albion' and 'Sanctuary,' he was one of
Dante's men. I believe he also is in The Rock.
Guest appearance in episode 'The Mission'
and he did the stunts. Marcel Labbaye is known for his work on
Zorro 1975 stunts, Highlander 1 episode stunts,
The City of Lost Children
Joan of Arc
Episode 7 Santuary, season 1
Episode 54 The Mission, season 3
Episode 6 Albion, season 1
Will MC, Phillip Lazoore
He was in 2 episodes,
1987 The Moor 1 (16) and 2 (17), His role was 'Jagua.'
Known for playing creepy villains in movies like Raiders of
the Lost Ark and Sword of the Valiant, always managed to give
me the creeps.
Played the strange watchman at the gateway to the city and narrator of 'The
Ronald William Lacey (28 September 1935 – 15 May
1991) was an English actor. He made numerous television and film appearances
over a 30-year period and is perhaps
best remembered for his roles as Harris in
Porridge, Gestapo agent Major Arnold Ernst Toht in Raiders of the Lost Ark and
the Bishop of Bath and Wells in
Blackadder II below as ´Jacqua´ in episode The
Moor 1 and 2.
Harrow Weald Grammar School. After a brief
national service and at the
London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art,
he began his acting career
in 1961 in a TV play,
The Secret Agent. His first notable
performance was at the
Royal Court Theatre in 1962's
Chips with Everything. Lacey had
unusual 'pug' looks, with
beady eyes, an upturned nose, liver lips, an overbite,
and an absence of both eyebrows and eyelashes. He also had a distinctive voice
and could scream at a very
high pitch. This unique combination of features
landed him repeatedly in bizarre roles on both stage and screen.
Lacey performed on British television throughout the
1960s and 1970s, with roles spanning from a part in
Civilisation television series, as the
in a re-enactment of the gravedigger scene from
Ian Richardson as Hamlet and
Patrick Stewart as Horatio, to a guest
shot as the "Strange Young Man"
The Avengers episode "The Joker", and
Harris in the sitcom
Porridge, with the latter finally
landing him in the role for which his unusual physical characteristics
repeatedly used to full advantage.
Disappointed with his acting career by the late 1970s, he began to consider
starting a talent agency. Spielberg then cast
him as the
Arnold Toht in
Raiders of the Lost Ark. He followed
this with a series of various villain roles for the next five to six years:
Brooke Shields, and 1985's
Red Sonja with
Arnold Schwarzenegger, in addition to
Clint Eastwood, in which he played a
scientist helping the West behind the
He then made two movies for Ice
International Films: Assassinator starring alongside John Ryan and George
Murcell, and Into the Darkness, starring with
John Ryan, and Brett Paul. Lacey played a number of villainous roles
and was known for his trademark smile, which would turn into a gleaming
malicious leer. He also had a rather large mole on his left cheek, which he
chose not to have removed, as well as a highly distinctive voice. In 1982's
he used the mole as a beauty mark in his role as Princess Aida, a mysterious and
on the island of
drag role was in Invitation to the
Wedding from 1985, in which he played a husband/wife couple.
Lacey was born in
Harrow, Middlesex. He was known for his
generosity and warmth to fans, but equally known in the London theatre scene for
smoking and drinking habits. He was often noted among the gossip pages. Lacey was twice married. Originally wed to actress
Mela White in 1962 (she married him
under the name Brompton as this was her
second marriage), he became the father of two children, the actors
Jonathan Lacey in the 1960s.
turbulent divorce, he remarried in 1972. Joanna Baker, his second wife, gave
birth to his third child, Matthew. His daughter Rebecca became a television
success on the
Casualty. His son Matthew is the
Lacey was diagnosed with terminal liver cancer on 25
April 1991. He died on 15 May 1991,
In Crossbow I remember him as a soldier in episode
The Emperor, The Nightmare and Actors.
Joe Lambie was born in Illinois, USA. He is
an actor, known for
for Tomorrow (1951) and
The Guiding Light
(1952). He was previously married
and Madelon Thomas. Father of two sons.
in the Little House on the Prairie 1974
The Emperor, Crossbow
The Nightmare, Crossbow
The Emperor 1,
Crossbow I have a little doubt if this is him in
´Actors´ (right below)
Judy Lang was born on September 14, 1940 in Los Angeles,
California, USA as Judith Hylah Lang. She is an actress, known for
The Wild Wild
Vampire (1970) and
Get Smart (1965). She was previously married to
I'm not sure about D. Lardenois.
1 episode 'Doppelgangers,' 1989
Mitchell Laurance was born
on March 2, 1950 (in 2019 69 years old) in Queens, New York, USA as Mitchell
Dyckoff. He is known for
his work on
The Hand That Rocks the Cradle (1992), Not Necessarily the News
(1982) and The Outer Limits (1995).
He has been married to
Mataya Laurance since August 28, 1994.
They have one child.
Identical twin brother of actor
Matthew Laurance. His wife is a female pool champion.
Is now a Billiards
broadcaster for ESPN and married former Ladies Professional World Billiards
Champion Ewa Mataya Laurance.
Appeared with identical twin brother
Matthew in a margarine commercial in the late 1970s/early 1980s. The theme of
the ad was that the margarine
couldn't be distinguished from butter, and the
series of ads featured identical twins.
Briefly worked as a morning
disk jockey at an all sports radio station (WFMZ) in Charlotte, NC.
The show was cancelled after
only a few months. 
(1999-2000) In addition to continuing
his billiards commentary, he is a freelance writer and usually writes about
golfing in the Carolinas.
(1997-present) Hosts pool tournaments
on cable sports networks.
Technically he and Matthew
Laurance are not
identical. Matthew has more hair, his hairstyle is
different and his eyebrows
are thicker. Dawsons creek Benjamin Gold.
Several episodes, 1988
clearly vissible in episode ´Gansari´s zombies´ as one of the zombies.
Actor, stunman, Singer,
author, composer, and guitar player... No matter if they are old timers of the
french repertory or ballads from the great plains of the American West..
He loves them and can
sing them! Since 1979 he has often had the opportunity to switch looks: GI,
musketeer, Scottish, Zombie, headhunter, farmer, revolutionary....
here. His imdb
Birthright, the farmer, owner of
Stanley Harvey Lebor (24 September
1934 – 22 November 2014, aged 80) was an English actor, best known for his role
as Howard Hughes in the 1980s BBC TV
comedy-drama series, Ever Decreasing
Circles and the Mongon Doctor in Flash Gordon (1980) and as RSM Lord in A Bridge
Too Far (1977). Before this, he was better
known for villainous roles in series
such as Jason King and The Tomorrow People. Lebor was born in East
In 1961 he
joined the Radio
Drama Company by winning the Carlton Hobbs Bursary.
He has appeared in Minder in the
Series 1 episode The Bengal Tiger, The Naked Civil Servant, Tarka the Otter,
Gandhi, Grange Hill, 'Allo 'Allo!, Superman IV:
The Quest for Peace and Last of
the Summer Wine. In 1986 he acted with Lynda Baron in a party political
broadcast for the SDP–Liberal Alliance.
Photo in the middle in Flash Gordon in
1961 he joined the
Radio Drama Company by winning the
Carlton Hobbs Bursary.
He has appeared in
Minder in the Series 1 episode
The Bengal Tiger,
The Naked Civil Servant,
Tarka the Otter,
The Quest for Peace and
Last of the Summer Wine. In 1986 he acted with
Baron in a
party political broadcast for the
IV: The Quest for Peace (1987) - General Romoff and
He died on November 23, 2014 in Faversham, Kent, England.
Russell Lee / Russell Nash
1 episode, 1989
Russell Lee is an actor, known for
Bearskin: An Urban Fairytale
Crossbow (1987) and
How to Be Cool
Here you can see him as leadsinger,
Third generation of a musical family
comprising of singers, pianists and big band
leaders and arrangers, it is no surprise
that Russell Nash bounced into this world
a song in his heart and rhythm in every
cell of his being. His talent was recognised
at an early age, when he joined the famous
Sylvia Young Theatre School. Perfecting his
art with roles in television, theatre and as
a model, he was a busy professional
performer before he had reached fourteenth
Bart personally cast him for the lead as
Dodger in the highly acclaimed musical
Oliver and many lead roles followed in both
theatre and film. He survived being painted
gold on the whim of the decadent director
Ken Russell, for Salome’s Last Dance, where
his training as Dodger helped him side-step
some of show business’s more colourful
After being invited to spend time in the USA
in the prestigious Lee Strasberg Studio for
method acting, he outgrew the tedious need
to smoke cheroots and emulate
and De Nero’s of celluloid royalty and
decided to return from the golden beaches of
California to reclaim his musical roots in
the streets of London.
In a garage rented from his father, a
young band emerged and recognition found him again. Commissioned as a
professional songwriter for Hit & Run/EMI,
where he wrote a wide
commercial songs, including for the All Saints (I Feel You, from their Platinum
album Saints To Sinners) and artists of the day such as Shola Ama.
time Russ combined creative forces with Steve Tha40rce Ellington, who was also
working a Hit & Run as a sound engineer and together they formed a new band,
NASH, which was soon signed with Go Beat/Universal Records.
With his musical influences ranging from
an eclectic mix of soul, jazz and folk legends to classical masters, together
with Tha 4orce, edgy rhythms and rhymes exploded from
the cultural melting pot
of their home city. Their music became a unique fusion, bursting with soul,
vibrant beats and richly layered orchestration and arrangements.
As the driving
force behind the band, writing, arranging, producing, and performing all their
material, Russ’s charismatic presence, smoky lead vocals and a new album,
The Chancer, had the critics buzzing that at last an old school proper recording
artist was emerging out of watered down soup of formulaic pop.
Life was exciting, crazy and creative
yet, one day, riding on the crest of the fame and fortune wave, driving an
expensive piece of kit through London, he
had a premonition that all was about
to change in his life. Within weeks a perfect storm was brewing. NASH were not
willing to make crass creative compromises,
disillusioned by the rise of the
corporate demand for commercial monoculture, and cold, clinical digital mixing &
mastering, Russ’s prophesy became reality when a
surprise phone call from his
manager announced that he had been dropped by the label. A studio takeover by
one of the industry giants rendered his contract null
and void and his musical
career and highly acclaimed album were left stranded in a legal no-man’s land.
Whilst recovering from
the shock of industry ruthlessness, and wanting to create a new life and
adventure for his family, Russ and Tha 4Orce agreed to go their separate ways.
Russ headed for southern Spain and there, amidst mountains, the Mediterranean
and Moorish landscapes he quickly learnt the language and culture of his new
He now has a thriving recording studio
and teaching academy, where several generations of fresh young talent have been
inspired to make music their passion, whilst professional
& street musicians,
writers and singers continue to walk through his door to transform their musical
aspirations into reality.
Over the past few years, this quirky,
contemporary composer and performer has co written an entire musical, composed
songs and music for film, theatre and commercials
whilst singing and playing out
both professionally and just for fun in hidden venues where the walls
reverberate with Flamenco passion and the Andalusian heartbeat that makes his
and a brief interview,
you can click
Peter in the last two epsiodes of season 2: 'Betrayal' and 'Bloodbrothers'
Jamie as 'Peter' wondering around until he
witness a gold transport of the Emperor by accident.
As Jacko Morgan in Grange Hill 1990-1996
JAMIE LEHANE British Actor. (Stars in the
BBC TV Children's series "Grange Hill")
Jamie Lehane is an actor, known for Grange
Hill (1978), Keen Eddie (2003) and Thief Takers (1995).
in episode The Magician
Tutte Lemkow (Isak
was born on 28 August 1918
in Oslo – (died 10 November 1991 at the age of 73) was a
Norwegian actor and dancer, who played mostly villainous roles
television and films. Click
for his imdb list.
His chief claims to mainstream familiarity were his roles
as "the fiddler" in the film version of
Fiddler on the Roof
and the old man ("Imam") who
Indiana Jones in
Raiders of the Lost Ark.
His imdb list can be found
the Lost Arc Indiana Jones Harrison Ford and Tutte Lemcov
Lemkow appeared as a dancer in John Huston's 1952 film
Moulin Rouge and in
A Shot in the Dark as
the Cossack who drinks
the poison intended for
The Wrong Arm of the Law,
The Wrong Box and
Ghost in the Noonday Sun,
Love and Death,
The Guns of Navarone (1961) and the
Morecambe and Wise
The Intelligence Men
He played three
roles in Doctor Who with
Doctor: Kuiju in
Marco Polo (1964),
The Crusade (1965) and
(1965), as well as providing choreography for
The Celestial Toymaker
Casino Royale (1967).
ln 1968 he played the role of 'Old Gorgy' in the episode "Legacy
of Death" of
The Avengers. He adapted
Ibsen's play for the
The Wild Duck.
Lemkow was born in
He was married to
Mai Zetterling (who wrote
a vew episodes of Crossbow) from 1944 to 1953.
Lemkow and Zetterling have a
daughter, Etienne and a son, Louis, who is professor of
at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
He married dancer
in 1954 and they have two daughters, Rachel and Rebecca.
Tutte Lemkow died in London,
aged 73. A biography called "Tutte Lemkow; På tå og hev" written by Margaret
Ljunggren was published in Oslo in 1989. (Gyldendal Norsk Forlag A/S)
The Moor 1 and 2 (Episode 16 and 17)
was born on October 21, 1939 in Repton, Derby, England. He is an actor, known
Men Behaving Badly
Mike Bassett: England Manager
(1989). Did an episode in Casualty, Z Cars and EastEnders.
here for his imdb list. 2018 active
(site update: 2021)
In Crossbow the parent of Alden,
Her son Alden, Tell's Godchild, just joined 'The
Elite,' the special force of Gessler and she tells William about her worries.
Lipinska is an actress, known for
Je suis Pierre Rivière (1976),
Crossbow (1987) and
Un juge, un flic
Suzanne Lipinska and sister of
Christine Lipinska. Click
for her imdb list.
Eugene Lipinski was born on November 5, 1956 in
Wansford Camp, England. He is an actor and screenwriter, known for
The Recruit (2003),
Superman II (1980) and
He was born in
Cambridgeshire and raised
Canada. He began acting at the age of twelve in amateur theater.
graduating from the
University of Regina, he
returned to the UK and attended the
Royal Academy of Arts as
well as the
Drama Studio London.
He is well-known for his
appearances in TV series such as
Da Vinci's City Hall
Da Vinci's Inquest
as Lloyd Manning.
As a screenwriter, in 1991, he
Genie Awards for
Best Screenplay in the
12th Genie Awards on
(Highlander tv series) Brother
Song of the Executioner
(1995) ... and
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Was cast as a Russian character in The Recruit (2003), The
Kennedys (2011) and Arrow (2012).
Despite often being cast as Russians, he was born and raised in
here for his imdb list
Taken Child, 1 episode,
26 Birthright 1987
played a mother whose child was taken away and left to
die because it was thought to be the devil.
The English actress known for such
films as Howard's End.
Susie Lindeman is an award-winning English/Australian
actress who was born near the RAAF base at Point Cook, and was schooled in
Sydney and Singapore.
She began her career in Australia with leading screen
roles in Palace Of Dreams , Melba, Robbery Under Arms, and on stage at the
Sydney Opera House Six
Characters In Search Of An Author. Her UK breakthrough
role was the title role in the award-winning Catherine , a Thames TV Film, and
opposite Michael Gambon
in Maiget and the Maid, and played Dolly, wife to James
Wilby's Charles, in Merchant Ivory's BAFTA and Academy Award-winning Howards End
(1992). The daughter
of Captain George Lindeman (Qantas) and Jill Lindeman, an
opera singer- she has also filmed and appeared onstage in France and is cast to
star in the film adaptation
of France's greatest screenwriter, Jean-Claude
Carriere's play "Aide-Memoire". She originated the role of Vivien Leigh in two
stage plays: Happy As Larry and Viv,
and Letter to Larry- which had its world
premiere in 2013 and its seasons continue. She has performed in 4 West End
productions, including opposite Rex Harrison
(an early co-star of Vivien Leigh)
and Penelope Wilton, when directed by Karel Reisz. Her most recent screen role
is Pixie, in Top Of the Lake2 China Girl, directed by
Jane Campion, for release
site can be found
Duke, 1 episode,
'The Electors' - As one of the Dukes whom Gessler has summoned to declare the
emperor unfit so that Gessler may take his place.
Lockwood's extensive and
diverse work ranges from Dr. Who to Great Expectations.
Lean British character actor with plummy
tones, the son of a London Transport driving instructor. He started out in radio
with the BBC Repertory Company and
was especially noted as 'Dennis the Dachshund'
in Toytown, popular with young listeners to Children's Hour in the 1950's. On
screen, Lockwood specialised in
playing lawyers, doctors and clerics. full
Reginald Herbert Lockwood (30 October
1912 – 24 April 1996), known professionally as Preston Lockwood, was an English
The only son of bus driver Herbert
Lewis Lockwood and his wife Ethel May (née Preston), Lockwood was born in Essex;
he had two elder sisters, Sylvia
(born 1908) and Phyllis (born 1909). He used
his mother's maiden name as his stage name.
Lockwood is best known for his
television credits, including the role of Butterfield the butler in several
episodes of Jeeves and Wooster. He also appeared in
the first episode of The
Vicar of Dibley as Reverend Pottle, whose death midway through the prayers
served as the catalyst for Geraldine Granger's arrival.
Other appearances include Poldark,
Shoestring, Doctor Who, Tenko, Miss Marple, All Creatures Great and Small and
His performances on BBC Radio include
Dennis the Dachshund in Children's Hour's Toytown.
One of his final roles was as Coriakin
the magician in the 1989 BBC TV adaptation of The Voyage of the Dawn Treader,
one of Chronicles of Narnia
As Adriana, leader of the Amazons.
1 episode 'The Amazon,' 1989
1939 – 20 October 2011) was an English model and actress, with numerous film and
television credits. She may be best known for her long-running role
1985) as Barbara Hunter, née Brady, in the British soap opera
Crossroads and Cordelia Winfield in the
Films and television
She made her film debut in two espionage-themed films released
in 1965. Lloyd was a foil to
Harry Palmer in
the spy thriller
The Ipcress File.
In the same year, Lloyd played the regular role of secret agent
Cordelia Winfield, alongside
in the 1965–1966 British
appeared in the TV series (episode A Surfeit of H2O), in 1971, Lloyd starred in
a stage version of the TV series
The Avengers playing John Steed's sidekick Mrs Hannah
appeared with several other stars in the 1976 imitation
James Bond film
No. 1 of the Secret Service.
many guest appearances in several popular shows of the 1960s and 1970s,
Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased),
The Persuaders! and
The Sweeney. Her other film credits include
Revenge of the Pink Panther,
The Stud and
The Bitch. On her Twitter page, Joan Collins said that
Lloyd had to get drunk before their nude scenes.
She reunited with Michael Caine in
Bullet to Beijing (1995), one of the later Harry
joined the long-running British soap opera
Crossroads in 1979. She played Barbara Hunter until
she and her on- and off-screen partner Ronald Allen were dropped from the series
Crossroads Lloyd played the wife of actor
Ronald Allen, who was sacked on the same day she was.
They were good friends, having met shortly after his partner, fellow
actor Brian Hankins, had died from cancer in 1978. In May 1991, Lloyd surprised
friends by marrying Allen six weeks before he died from cancer on 18 June.
Sue Lloyd died on 20 October 2011, aged 72, from cancer
Katrina Tell, 2 episodes, 1987
Anne Lonnberg as Katrina Tell,
William Tell's ill-fated wife. A patient and understanding wife and mother, her
life is torn apart by Gessler. After her husband and son were
arrested she heard
nothing from them and was left to fend for herself. All she was told was that
her husband had shot her son with an arrow and she buried a coffin she was told
was Matthew's. She suffers under the horrific
misconception that her own husband had killed her son. Torn between the love of
a mother and that of a wife and she grew to hate
her own husband. She takes
refuge in an abbey and plans to spend the rest of her days there in the care of
nuns. The misinformation was not put straight until
episode 7 'Sanctuary' when
William seeks refuge in the abbey and they are finally reunited and all is
explained and forgiven. She then sends her husband off to
find their son, hoping
that they will all be reunited.
Anne Lonnberg who is half
Swedish. Over a career spanning 40 years she has worked as model, singer,
actress and author.
Her most famous film role was in
Moonraker (1979) where
she portrayed the museum guide and one of Drax' girls.
Anne Lonnberg has
appeared in films in both France and the US. Among her American film
credits are Woody Allen's Love and Death, the Bond film Moonraker,
The Unbearable Lightness of Being. And the successful television mini-series
Lonnberg was born in Berkeley, California
to a Swedish father. She began her acting
career in 1965, starring mostly in Greek films. She has appeared throughout her
career in a
number of American and French films and television series, but only
supporting roles. Lonnberg is best remembered for playing the museum guide and
one of Drax's girls in
the James Bond film Moonraker (1979).
Her last role was in the film The
Unbearable Lightness of Being (1988), in which she played a Swiss photographer.
not starred in any other films or series since.
Lonnberg has also made a singing career at
the time she started acting, and released a few albums and songs where
she sings in French and English.
Lonnberg is fluent in both English and
French, and has lived in France for several years. Nowadays she still lives in
What are some of your fondest
memories of being on the show?
Anne: Just getting into the skin of this woman.
As soon as I put on the costumes, while my makeup was being done, slowly, slowly,
I found myself being sucked
into the magic of this shoot. I had never
experienced this special osmosis before, maybe because I was interpreting
history? Or legend? Also, and again, the
magical places we shot in added to the
strange sensation of almost a dream.
Tell´s and his wife Katrina
Anne Lonnberg has also made a singing career at the time she started acting, and
released a few albums and songs where she sings in French English.
Guide in Venice and one of the
Drax girls, James Bond, Moonraker
I’ve heard you have horses. When did your love for
Anne: "Ever since a child in California. I had my own
horse at 12 years old. Here in Normandie I had a French trotter who is now 31!
I ride my mare, also a Trotter, she’s beautiful and black and spirited and
wonderful. I hope to ride until the day I die."
Anna and one of her horses nowdays
Please visit the link 'interview' for an
interview with Anna
In February 2012, her second novel (Les
Couleurs de la Peur) was published. The first one,
Qu'elle Est Vivante, was published in November 2010.
In March 2012, FSWL made an
interview with Anne Lonnberg about her work on
Unfortunately Lonnberg never took up Swedish from her father,
but she speaks
both English and French fluently so the interview was done in English.
Below is a clip from a Greek talk show where was reunited with Greek actor
Yannis Voglis after 42 years. Very nice to watch.
two films together,
Randevou me mia
Koritsia ston ilio.)
David and Michael Lumsden
Below both brothers:
is an actor, known for
A Prayer for the Dying
Get Real (1998) and
The New Adventures of Robin Hood
Lumsden was born in 1955 in Rutlandshire, England. He is an actor, known for
Pig Heart Boy (1999),
Bernard's Watch (1997)
The Buddha of Suburbia
English TV and stage actor, known from
The Bill, Casualty
or House of Anubis
Michael Lumsden is the
voice of Alistair Lloyd, the veterinary surgeon, on "The Archers" on BBC
He has a daughter Emily and
son Gabriel with acting partner
The Little Girl in at least 5 episodes: The Emperor 1 and 2 and Trolls (and backgroundplayer in
several episodes, like 'The Gods and Doppelgangers')
The photo below comes from Nick brimble
(Horst) The Emperor part
1 and 2
Below in episode
The Pit and the
Rock They've found
a piece of gold
Episodes, 1988 at Boissetts Lozere
In choosing acting as her career, the BU grad was following in
the footsteps of her father, Will Lyman, a mainstay on the Boston theater
circuit and the voice of PBS’s
Frontline. The younger Lyman’s work is
hardly limited to the stage, either. For three seasons, she delivered an
unforgettable performance as the hard-edged Cassie Giggs
Brotherhood, a series loosely based on the Bulger brothers. Set and shot in
Providence, it was a harbinger of the upsurge in filmed work now seen in Boston
— an upsurge in which Lyman has already taken part, having recently appeared in Bride Wars.
Though looking forward to future opportunities from this influx, Lyman maintains
an unflagging commitment to theater, which inspired her and a cadre of actor
friends to form the Orfeo Group in 2007. The company’s sophomore effort last
summer was a free production of John Osborne’s classic Look Back in Anger
at the Factory
Theatre. Yes, free. “The idea is ‘theater for all,’ ” says Lyman.
“The arts are too important to let finance be in the way. We’re in it for the
art, the experience, and to
remind people that theater is a necessity, not a
The Emperor 1 and 2 A beautiful photo of father and daugther
Episode the Moor 1 and 2
MacKenna played the role of
John Lennon in the film
Birth of the Beatles
He also worked on another Marquand film,
Eye of the Needle as
the Lieutenant. He has played two different roles on
portraying both a driving instructor and also a private investigator. In 1982 he
also played a CI5
Agent in the TV series
and in 2004 he played a Sergeant in
Yasmin. Her was
in several episodes of Emmerdale Farm (2003-2012) In an episode of
as doctor in episode deadly virus. He was starring in Robin of Sherwood as
Walter Clout 1986 and in Doctor Who 2018
(The woman who fell to eath) MacKenna's
Gerrish, 3 episodes, 1987-1988
appeared in 85 films, on radio, and television
episodes 18, 19,
and 20, 'The Four Horsemen' - The veteran Hollywood
leading man began his career as a sailor in the hit war film Since You Went away.
He is best known for playing Wild Bill Hickock both on tv and in movies. He also
played other famous frontiers men like Daniel Boone and Kit Carson and had many
diverse roles in films like Hilda Crane. In Crossbow he played Gerrish, the
leader of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse a cautious but honest old soldier,
whom Tell asks to help in the rescue of Matthew Tell.
was awarded two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame--for
Radio at 6933 Hollywood Blvd. and for Television at 6333 Hollywood Blvd.
three daughters, with second wife
Sheila Connolly: Bridget, Dolly, & Erin.
His grandson, US Army Spc.
Spencer T. Karol (daughter Bridget's son), was killed while serving in the Army
in Iraq in October 2003.
(born Robert Ozell Moseley; 19 January 1922 – 6 February 1996)
television, and radio actor. He is best known for playing
Wild Bill Hickok
in the Western television series
The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok
from 1951 to 1958.
Madison was given a special
Golden Globe Award
1954 and two stars on the
Hollywood Walk of Fame
In 1996, a
Star was dedicated to Madison on the
Palm Springs Walk of Stars,
Palm Springs, California.
United States Navy
in 1942, during
World War II.
In which he served in the Coast Guard.
had three brothers, Wayne, Harold and David, and a sister, Rosemary.
was an actor, using the stage name Wayne Mallory.
appeared in 85 films, on radio, and television, finding his niche in
the 1940s and starring as James Butler Hickock in the television
Wild Bill Hickok
(1951). A radio version of the show aired on the Mutual network from
American leading man Guy Madison stumbled into a film career and
became a television star and hero to the Baby Boom generation. As a
young man he
worked as a telephone lineman, but entered the Coast
Guard at the beginning of the Second World War.
While on liberty one
weekend in Hollywood, he attended a
Lux Radio Theatre broadcast and
was spotted in the audience by an assistant to
an executive for
David O. Selznick.
Selznick wanted an unknown sailor
to play a small but prominent part
Since You Went Away
(1944), and promptly signed Robert Moseley to a contract. Selznick
and Willson concocted the screen name
Guy Madison (the "guy" girls
would like to meet, and Madison from a passing Dolly Madison cake
wagon). Madison filmed his one scene on a weekend pass
to duty. The film's release brought thousands of fan letters for
Madison's lonely, strikingly handsome young sailor, and at war's end
he returned to find
himself a star-in-the-making. Despite an initial
amateurishness to his acting, Madison grew as a performer, studying
and working in theatre. He played leads in a series
before being cast as legendary lawman Wild Bill Hickok in the TV
Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok
(1951). He played Hickok on TV and radio
for much of the 1950s, and
many of the TV episodes were strung together and released as feature
Crossbow was one of his last series in 1988
Commercials: Kellogg's Sugar Corn Pops cereal.
Madison managed to squeeze in some more adult-oriented roles
his off-time from the series, but much of this work was also
in westerns. After the Hickok series ended Madison found work scarce
in the U.S. and traveled to Europe, where
he became a popular star
of Italian westerns and German adventure films. In the 1970s he
returned to the U.S., but appeared mainly in cameo roles.
ailments limited his
work in later years, and he died from emphysema
at the Desert Hospice
in Palm Springs, California, on February 6, 1996 at the age of 74.
He was buried at
Forest Lawn Cemetery in Cathederal City, California.
His first wife was actress
here Biography By:
Madison married the actress
Gail Russell in
1949. They separated in 1953 and divorced in October 1954.
Later that month, Madison married actress Sheila Connolly
They had three daughters: Bridget, Erin, and Dolly. They separated in
November 1960 and divorced in April, 1963. He had an affair with
Gia Scala and,
her death, she made him the beneficiary to her portion of the
Screen Actors Pension Fund. He also had a son,
(born in Rome in 1967), who also became an actor.
Madison's grandson by
daughter Bridget, Spencer T. Karol, was killed in action during military
service in Iraq in 2003. He was a
1952 presidential election.
Madison died of
emphysema at the
Desert Hospital Hospice in
Palm Springs, California,
on February 6, 1996, at the age of 74.
The Elite /
Masterplan as Fauchon.
Malcolm was born on July 31, 1951 in Dunfermline, Scotland. He is an actor,
Everything's Jake (2006),
The Extra Man (2010) and
In the Blood
him Morgan in episode 4, 5 and 10 The Scarvengers, The Reunion and The Stallion.
But Morgan is Dicken Ashworth. I found Volker Marek in episode 4 the Scarvengers.
But In episode 5 and 10 both are mentioned (on IMDB and in the Endtitles of
Crossbow) and I only see Dicken Ashworth as Morgan and don't recognize him in
these two episode.
If anyone knows more, please tell us. I can only add
screenshots of episode 4 the Scarvengers.
episodes 5 and 10 'The Stallion'
- as Morgan one of Stefan's rebels whose lust for power proves to be his
downfall. Credits include Rembrandt van Rijn '98
Volker Marek was born on May 20, 1944 in
Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. He is an actor, known for
Un amour de
IP5: L'île aux
pachydermes (1992) and
Max & Jeremie
As soldiers they demanding the found weapons. The
group of three soldiers walk in three times. One to look for weapons, secondly
to buy partly Tell's stuff (the caveman Parker offers them).
The third time,
when they came back, the orphan children have learned to defend
themselves and they drive the soldiers away. Volker Marek is hung upside downand.
As black knight
As Gessler's Mother in episode 'Actors" and The woman in
the episode 70 Forbidden Land, 2 episodes, 1988-1989
She has appeared in countless films such as Don't Look Now.
made two appearances as Gessler's ill tempered mother in 37 As a soothsayer
at the entrance of the Fobidden Land Dolls 1986 together with Guy Rolfe
Hilary Lavender Mason
(4 September 1917 – 5 September 2006) was an English
character actress who
appeared in a wide variety of roles, mainly on UK television.
Mason was born in
Birmingham and trained at
London School of Dramatic Art.
She is probably best known internationally for her performance as the blind
Nicolas Roeg's film
Don't Look Now.
Mason had the starring role in Mistress of Hardwick,
a 10-part BBC series broadcast in 1972, which followed the life of
Bess of Hardwick. Most of
the episodes are now lost.
She appeared in
Gunfight at the O.K. Laundrette,
the pilot episode of ITV's critically acclaimed drama
Minder. She also made
regular appearances in
and made an appearance in
Ripping Yarns. In the
1985 TV movie Marple: The Moving Finger, she appeared as Emily Barton,
and in 1986 she appeared as
Mrs Gummidge in the BBC series
appeared in an episode of
Juliet Bravo as Mrs Unwin
in an episode called "Friends and Neighbours".
In later years Mason
appeared as Gladys in the popular children's TV show
Maid Marian and her Merry Men.
Her last role was in the children's programme
Started her career on the British stage in repertory. Dolls 1987
with Guy Rolfe
Hilary Mason playing Gessler´s
Trained at the London School of Dramatic Art on a scholarship and
subsequently acted in repertory in Preston, Southport, York and Guildford.
During World War II,
entertained troups as part of ENSA. Prolific character
actress on British television from the mid-1950's. Her many memorable roles
included one as
Michael Palin's puritanical mother in the "Curse of the Claw"
Ripping Yarns (1976).
Known for playing sinister roles, she is
arguably best remembered for her blind psychic in the film
Don't Look Now
Roland Mc Cleod
'The Physician' as lord who is depended on his
physician, but almost lost him by political correctness and mistrust
Roland MacLeod was born on September 9, 1935 in
London, England as Ronald Stuart MacLeod. He was an actor (66 credits) and writer. He was an actor and writer,
A Fish Called Wanda
The Last Remake of Beau Geste
(1972). He died on April 3, 2010 in Hampshire, England.
Before becoming an actor, he taught English and
drama on the Isle of Wight during the 1960's.
Godril, 1 episode, 1988
Kate McKenzie is an actress, known for
Remando al viento (1988),
The Singing Detective
for her site.
In episode Headhunters, One of the
headhunters in the camp
John Matthew McCoy (born c. 1950,
Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England), is an English bass guitarist, who is best
known for his work with Ian Gillan and Mammoth as well
as numerous other bands
and sessions since the late 1960s.
He currently plays in
British rock trio Guy McCoy Tormé with former Gillan/Ozzy guitarist Bernie Tormé
Bruce Dickinson/Sack Trick drummer Robin Guy. He is also an accomplished
guitar, drum, trumpet, cello, and double bass player. Nearly as well known as
his music is his
appearance: he is always pictured wearing sunglasses, with the
striking contrast of bald head and robust chin beard. Along with guitarist Vic
Elmes and ZZebra colleague Liam
Genockey on drums, McCoy can also be heard
playing in the intro and end titles theme of the 1970s cult TV series Space:
1999. Much more about his career click on the imdb
here for Wikipedia (musician)
1 episode, 1989
Hilton McRae (born 28 December 1949) is
born in Dundee, working in theatre, television and film.
He appeared in
Return of the Jedi in an uncredited
Arvel Crynyd. McRae was also one of five
Star Wars actors to appear in
- The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes.
Lindsay Duncan, supplied the voice of
The Phantom Menace
He is married to actress (below)
with whom he has a son, Cal McRae (born September 1991).
While McRae was studying international law at
he developed a love for theater.
member of the radical theatre group
7:84 before graduating from the
University of Edinburgh, and by 1977 he had joined the
Royal Shakespeare Company.
concentrated mainly on avant-garde and political theatre and began a long career
on stage and screen.
His most mainstream American
film role was as Arvel Crynyd in
Return of the Jedi; he was uncredited for his brief
the UK he had substantial roles in
The French Lieutenant's Woman and
The Legend of Tarzan.
He has performed in several
musicals on the London stage, including
Mamma Mia! and
Miss Saigon, in which he played the part of The
Engineer. He performed the role of
Stopnick in the UK premiere of
Caroline, or Change
National Theatre, which won the Best Musical Award
London newspaper the
2008 he played the part of Scarecrow in the
Southbank's production of
The Wizard of Oz.
2006, he acted in Rabbit, a play by
Nina Raine which opened at the
Old Red Lion Theatre in London, and then transferred
In 2009, McRae won rave
reviews as the title role in
The Execution of Gary Glitter.
McRae starred in the play
The Kreutzer Sonata, based on Tolstoy's novella, which
opened at the
in London in 2009 with McRae in the solo role, and was revived for a second run
production also transferred to
New York City. His performance received acclaim both
in the UK from many top publications, and in the U.S. from the
New York Times.[
Episode: "The Reward"
For more of his work, click
and his imdb list
Episode Elite /
McRobbie is born in Scotland
and son of mother Mary Flemming Heigh and father William McRobbie. He is a
Scottish-American actor. In the 1950s he
emigrated with his family to America
and grew up in Milford (Connecticut). He graduated in theater in 1965 at Yale
University. After this he took service in the
United States Army for a short
time. In 1969 he moved to New York to set up his acting career.
McRobbie started acting in the
television series Dallas in 1978
(as Alan Johnson, 3 ep). After that he has
played more than 100 roles in television series and films
such as Big (1988),
Mighty Aphrodite (1995), Deconstructing Harry (1997), Snake Eyes (1998),
Spider-Man 2 (2004), Brokeback Mountain (2005) , World Trade Center
& Order (2001-2009), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit ( in 18 episodes as
laywer Walter Bradley
from 2003-2011) and Boardwalk Empire (2010-2011).
McRobbie married Charlotte Bova
McRobbie in 1977 and they have two sons, Oliver and Andrew.
McRobbie was born in
Scotland, the son of Mary Fleming (née
Heigh), a writer, and William McRobbie, a storekeeper.
In the early 1950s,
he moved with his parents to the
United States, where he became an American citizen.
Yale University, from which he graduated in 1966. He
then studied in graduate school at the
University of Tulsa for one year and studied acting
Uta Hagen at
HB Studios in
New York City.
From 1966 to 1968,
McRobbie also served in the
United States Army
In 1969, he moved to
New York City
to pursue an acting career, but was unable to find work. He supported himself as
an advertiser throughout the early 1970s, and actually
pitched the original idea for the "Jell-O
Pudding Cup". By the summer of 1975, he had found stage work with
John Astin and
Patty Duke in
However, he moved back to
the East Coast after the production ended.
has appeared in more than 60
television series to his credit. The movies include
Find Me Guilty,
World Trade Center,
Bullets over Broadway. He had a recurring role on the
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and the original
Law & Order series. It was on these two shows
McRobbie has played perhaps his most famous role to date, Judge Walter Bradley.
In 2000, he played the role of Father Felix in "From
Where to Eternity", the 9th episode of the
The Sopranos, and again in 2001 in "Proshai,
Livushka" the second episode of the third season of
HBO hit series. McRobbie also garnered wide attention
for his portrayal of John C. Twist in the motion picture
Brokeback Mountain (2005).
to 2013 McRobbie played the role of
FBI Supervisor Frederick Elliot in 9 episodes of the
HBO hit series
Boardwalk Empire. McRobbie plays
George H. Pendleton in
Lincoln (2012), as Lincoln's most virulent and
snarling opponent in the House of Representatives in relation to the
constitutional amendment outlawing slavery. He also appeared
Inherent Vice (2014),
M. Night Shyamalan's movie
The Visit (2015), and
Bridge of Spies (2015). From 2015 to
2018, McRobbie also portrayed Father
Paul Lantom in the
of 2016, he has appeared in three films that were
nominated for the Best Picture Oscar:
Lincoln (2012) and
Bridge of Spies
Frequently cast in
On 10 September 1977, McRobbie married actress Charlotte McRobbie (née Bova) and
he has two children.
Episode The Pit and The Rock
Stephan Meldegg was born
on February 21, 1937 in Sárospatak, Hungary. He is an actor and writer, known
for Les brigades du Tigre (1974), L'ombre rouge (1981) and
Gailland (1976). Books: Itinéraire bis, Quelle chance! d'un château en Hongrie
aux lumières de Paris Prices: Molière Award for Best Comedy,
Molière Award for
Best Director, Molière Award for Best Adaptation of a Foreign Play
Nominations: Molière Award for Best Show in a Private Theatre
In episode 66, 'The Wind Wagon' - The
well-known British character actor appeared as a man driven mad by the desert he
trapped in, due to an unfriendly wind goddess.
He plays a desert Madman
1 episode, 1989.
Murray Melvin was born on August 10, 1932
in St. Pancras, London, England. He is an actor, known for
The Phantom of the Opera
A Taste of Honey (1961)
(1975) Brritish stage actor often utilized by director Ken Russell for his
films. Was prevented from accepting his best actor award in Cannes for "A
of Honey" because he was then appearing in a Keith Waterhouse/Willis Hall revue
on the London stage and the management would not release him.
His life story and
his work you can find
The many faces of Murray Melvin
Percival Wagstaffe Alfi 1965 Nat The Prince
and the Pauper (1977) Prince's
Dresser Alice in
Wonderland (1999)- Chief
Andrews (1977) Beau
Barry Lyndon (1975) Reverend
Runt The Devils
1979, Mignon The Krays (1990) Shopkeeper
He was in
episode The Inquisitor
Diary of a mad old man 1988 Cast:
Michael video's of him
1947: British actor Ralph Michael in a scene from
the Ealing Studios' film 'The Captive Heart', a wartime drama set in a German
POW (prisoner of war) camp.
Gobbo, the last keeper of the bridge 1989
David Milner is an actor, known for
Full Metal Jacket (1987),
Victory (1987) and
Doll's Eye (1982).
David Milner, episode 62, 'The Bridge' -
as Gobbo, an inexperienced youth, who calls himself the last of the guardians of
and keeps away tresspasers by shouting out in true childish, Lord of
the Flies, fashion and throwing 'Greek fire' bombs.
have no recent photos found
Norman Mitchell Driver
(27 August 1918 – 19 March 2001), known professionally as Norman Mitchell,
was an English television, stage and film actor.
West Riding of Yorkshire,
his father was a mining engineer and his mother a concert singer. He attended
Carterknowle Grammar School and the
University of Sheffield,
before appearing in repertory theatre and with the
Royal Shakespeare Company.
World War II he served
Royal Army Medical Corps.
He then made thousands of television
appearances and appeared in over sixty
Mitchell was married to actress
Pauline Mitchell (Laura Deane - died 1992). He was the father of Jacqueline
Mitchell and actor
most notable for his role in
It Ain't Half Hot Mum.
His son Christopher
predeceased him by a month. Source and more information
NORMAN MITCHELL was a prolific actor on the small and
large screen, making more than 40
films and an estimated 2,000 television appearances.
Yet none of them brought him fame,
or even much in
the way of recognition. For Mitchell was one of the busiest of that overlooked
breed of thespian workhorse: the bit-part player. The man who starred as
in Oliver! (1968), “London Transport Official” in On The
Buses (1971) or “Drunken Husband” in Carry On Emmanuelle (1978) also graced the
credits of a host of other well-known British films,
and some of the best-loved
television series. He turned up in the very first scene of the first episode Yes
Minister, announcing Jim Hacker’s election to Parliament, and was seen in the
Dixon of Dock Green, Up Pompeii, The Goodies, It Ain’t Half Hot Mum,
Are You Being Served?
and The Bill. His appearances were usually
confined to one scene, and if he spoke at all, it was often to utter just a
single line. But his roles, though small, were many.
And he discharged them
Born in Sheffield, Norman Mitchell Driver
started out at the Sheffield Repertory Theatre.
He served throughout the Second World War in the Royal Army Medical Corps,
before moving in
1945 to the Army Bureau of Current Affairs Play Unit.
He then joined the BBC Drama repertory company,
working on more than 500 radio broadcasts. His first television appearance in
1951 was followed in 1954 by his big-screen debut,
an uncredited part in a film
called Up to His Neck. Over the next four decades, he made a steady living
from his frequent, if brief, cinematic forays. These included a role as a
in Carry On Cabby (1963), as one of Frankie Howerd’s incompetent
gang of crooks in The Great St Trinian’s Train Robbery (1966), as “Mr Bullock”
in The Pink Panther
Strikes Again (1976) and finally as “Brownlow” in the horror
movie Lighthouse (1999). A large, grizzly character with piercing blue eyes,
he found himself repeatedly called upon to play
a policeman as in Carry on
Spying (1964), Bless This House
(1972), and such television shows as Worzel
Gummidge, Dr Who and Crossroads. Mitchell, well-known for his jovial manner, did
feel belittled at being typecast, or indeed by being confined to walk-on
roles. So long as they kept the money coming in, he was content.
Speaking in 1994, Mitchell recalled the halcyon days
of BBC bit-part casting. “I used to get phone calls from casting people like
Jimmy Liggatt, saying:
‘Are you free?’, ‘What!
‘No, no, tomorrow. I’ve got a copper
with a few lines. What do you feel about that?’, ‘I’ll see you in the bar! ”
Rarely was a job offer turned down, and he managed to feature in student
and latterly pantomime. He was a thorough professional in everything he did.
He recently settled in Downham Market,
Norfolk, and continued to spend much time
travelling throughout the country, fulfilling television agreements to
appear as “Man in church”
or “Man at football match”. Sad
new: His wife Pauline died in 1992. The death of
his son, the actor Christopher Mitchell, (Lives in Brief, March 12), came as a
from which Norman never recovered.
He is survived by a daughter. Norman Mitchell, actor, was born on August 27,
1918. He died on March 19, 2001, aged 82.
He was many years in contact with
Edwin Apps (they worked together in episode The Pit and The Rock).
Episode Betrayal and Bloodbrothers
Mitchell is an actress, known for
Blake's 7 (1978),
Ruth Rendell Mysteries
Fighting Back (1986).
can be found on the website
I found a nice
story about her life from 2017. She is the daughter of poet and playwright,
Adrian Mitchell, Sasha moved round the country with him on tour, using her voice
delight the audience. She read his poetry, sang his lines and loved the way her
words had an effect on those listening, as well as the confidence and joy it
gave her too.
established a career in acting and started working at the BBC at 16, later
achieving cult status as the baddie in the last ever episode of Blake 7
and recognition as DS
in Ruth Rendell’s Inspector Wexford Mysteries. Now, as well as her local
consultancy work, she still travels round the UK, fulfilling her role as a Lead
Training. After six years of staying with her partner in Kilmington every other
weekend, Sasha finally made the move full time a year ago.
She loves the
change of pace the countryside provides, giving her time to hide in her writing
shed creating stories, work in the allotment and most importantly for Sasha,
time reading all
she can and developing her client relationships.
“It’s all about
the breath”, imparts Sasha Mitchell who runs the SW Division of Resonance Voice
Training, a company that provides personal impact, voice and presentation skills
She helps people
present themselves better, speak more fully, manage nerves and gain confidence.
Sasha runs workshops and also does one-to-one, helping anyone from managers
in the workplace
who have a difficult meeting or presentation to give, people returning to work
after a prolonged absence, those who need to speak in public such as a
or CEO, to small
business owners who want to project themselves more effectively. She has worked
with the Foreign Office, female ex-offenders, Chambers of Commerce,
businesses, councils and school children. “Everyone,” she says, “can learn to
have a healthy voice”.
Nun, 2 episodes,
1988 ex wife of Ranald Graham (crossbow)
Judy Monahan is an actress,
Trouble (1995) and
Physician as the drunk village doctor
Timothy Morand is known for his work on
A Bridge Too Far
Shackleton (1983) and
Poldark (1975) Ivan Hoe tv series 1982 as Prince John's
The Elite /
episode Masterplan/The Elite. The relationship between Alden (Tell's Godchild)
and Maria ended when Alden's friend (Neil Morrisey) just joined
This is Gessler's special force. Then Alden wants to join too and
Tell promised his dead and mum to keep an eye on him. Not an easy job ;)
Morrissey was born on July 4, 1962 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England as
Neil Anthony Morrissey. He is known for his work on
The Bounty (1984),
Men Behaving Badly (1992)
Waterloo Road (2006). He
was previously married to
Was engaged to actress Elizabeth Carling whom he met
when they worked on Boon (1986). Son, Sam (born 1989), with
Graduated from Guildhall
School of Music and Drama in 1983, where his flatmates were Richard Huw, Adrian
Dunbar and Charles Lawson.
Was considered as a
replacement for Michael Praed when Praed left the TV series, Robin of Sherwood
(1984), but lost out to Jason Connery.
[August 2009] When a
catering and property company that he owns became insolvent, he entered into an
individual voluntary agreement to pay back his creditors from his
the following three years, rather than declare himself bankrupt which would have
resulted in his creditors getting very little of their money back.
Neil and his three brothers,
Steve, John, and Danny were put into separate children's homes when Neil was
ten, because a court decided that their parents could no longer look after them.
When he was sixteen he
had to leave the care home he had lived in for six years, but in order to stay
at school to complete his A-levels (which he needed for his ambition to go on
drama school) he advertised on his school noticeboard for a foster family to
look after him. Some friends of his parents offered to foster him, and he lived
with them for 18 months,
allowing him to gain a scholarship to the Guildhall
School of Music and Drama in London. He moved down to London and shared a house
with actor Charles Lawson amongst others.
To this day, he is still close with
Charles. In 2009 he took a break from acting to
run a pub, The Punch Bowl Inn in Marton-cum-Grafton, near Boroughbridge in North
information about him and his movies you can click
Robert Morley played 'Claude' in 1 episode 8,
1987 The Dukes of Zharingen.
The renowned British actor
is best known for his performance in the title role of the film Oscar Wilde
(1959) and for pretty much being in everything. He played Claude,
one of the
senile dukes of Zharingen who, along with Andre Raffard and Paul Hanford, have
not left their castle in several years under the misapprehension that there is a
war going on.
Robert Adolph Wilton Morley,
CBE (26 May 1908 – 3 June 1992) was an
English actor who was usually cast as a pompous English
often in supporting
In Movie Encyclopedia, film critic
Leonard Maltin describes Morley as "recognisable
by his ungainly bulk, bushy eyebrows, thick lips and double chin,
...Im particularly effective when cast as a pompous windbag." More politely,
Ephraim Katz in his International Film
Encyclopaedia describes Morley as "a rotund, triple-chinned,
character player of the British and American stage and screen." In his
autobiography, Responsible Gentleman, Morley said his stage career
started with managements
valuing his appearance for playing "substantial
gentleman" roles — as a doctor, lawyer, accountant or other professional member
Morley made his West End stage
debut in 1929 in Treasure Island at the Strand Theatre and his Broadway debut in
1938 in the title role of Oscar Wilde at the Fulton Theatre.
Although soon won
over to the big screen, Morley remained both a busy West End star and successful
author, as well as appearing in touring productions.
Still from the trailer
for Marie Antoinette (1938) A versatile actor,
especially in his younger years, he played Louis XVI in Marie Antoinette (1938),
for which he received an
Academy Award Nomination as Best Supporting Actor.
As a playwright he
co-wrote several plays for the stage. His 1937 play Goodness, How Sad was turned
into a Ealing Studios film
Granada Television series (1980–81) Ladykillers.
In Marie Antoinette 1938
He was renowned as a
witty raconteur and for being an eloquent conversationalist.
Morley was honoured by being the
first King of Moomba appointed by the Melbourne Moomba festival committee and,
in typical humility, he accepted the crown in bare feet.
Morley was in Australia
touring his one-man show, The Sound of Morley.
In his book British Film Character
Actors, Terence Pettigrew wrote: "Morley, who has more wobbly chins than a
Shanghai drinking club, enjoys poking fun at life's absurdities,
among whom he
generously includes himself." He was the subject of This Is Your Life in 1974
when he was surprised by Eamonn Andrews.
was born in Semley,
Wiltshire, England, the son of Gertrude Emily (née Fass) and Robert Wilton
Morley, a Major in the British Army. His mother came from a German family
had emigrated to South Africa. Morley attended Wellington College, Berkshire,
which he hated, followed by RADA. As he was a famous "Old Wellingtonian",
of headmasters tried to contact him, without success, with Morley
stating "the only reason for me visiting Wellington would be to burn it down".
Morley married Joan
Buckmaster (1910–2005), a daughter of Dame Gladys Cooper. Their elder son,
Sheridan Morley, became a writer and critic. They also had a daughter, Annabel,
and another son, Wilton. Morley was appointed a Commander of the Order of the
British Empire (CBE) in 1957 and was also offered a knighthood in 1975 but
lived for decades at Wargrave, Berkshire. He became 84 and died from a stroke.
Quotes: To fall in love with yourself is the first secret to happiness. His long
list of movies can be found on imdb, you can click
Richard is Lord Montal.
Ny City opera's Wonderful Town with Kay
McClelland and Richard Muenz.
(born March 9, 1948) is an American
baritone who is mostly known for his work within
theatre. Muenz has frequently performed in
and in concerts. He has also
periodically acted on
Hartford, Connecticut and grew up in the
Ridgewood, New Jersey area. He graduated from
Ridgewood High School and then attended
Eastern University in
St. Davids, Pennsylvania where he was a voice major.
He began his career as a
member of the
New York City Opera's chorus with whom he sang for
three seasons during the early 1970s. At the same time he became a member of the
Gregg Smith Singers, with whom he made nine recordings
over a couple of years; including
The Mighty Casey. He also had the honor of
Liebeslieder Waltzes at
Carnegie Hall with the ensemble.
In 1975 Muenz performed the role of Sam in a production of
Trouble in Tahiti at the
Bernstein was in the
audience and after the show he invited Muenz personally to join the cast of his
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. He accepted and made his
Broadway debut when the
production premiered in the Spring of 1976 portraying a variety of smaller roles.
The following year he joined the long running
Off-Broadway production of
The Fantasticks as El Gallo. In 1979 he returned
to Broadway as Joe in the revival of
The Most Happy Fella which was recorded live for
television broadcast on
That same year he joined the cast of
Ryan's Hope, portraying the role of
Joe Novak from 1979 to 1980.
In 1980 Muenz was cast as
Lancelot in the revival of
Lerner and Loewe's
Richard Burton as King Arthur and
Christine Ebersole as Guenevere. When the show moved
New York State Theater to the
Winter Garden Theatre the following year, he stayed
with the production, now sharing the stage with
Richard Harris as Arthur and
This second cast was recorded live for television broadcast on
1983 he portrayed Cadet Dick Thorpe in
Town Hall with
New Amsterdam Theater Company.
In 1985 he appeared as a guest star on the
Scarecrow and Mrs. King episode "Over the Limit".
In 1986 he was a guest star on
Highway to Heaven in the episode "To Bind the
Wounds" and the following year he appeared on
Kate & Allie in the episode "Ted's Fix-Up". In
1988 he returned to Broadway as Joe in the
original cast of
Chess. In 1989 he appeared in the world premiere
of the Off-Broadway hit of
Richard Maltby, Jr. and
Closer Than Ever at the
Cherry Lane Theatre. A critical
success, the show ran for
312 performances and a CD recording was made on the
RCA Victor label.
In 1990 Muenz portrayed the
role of Samuel Cooper in
Love Life at the
American Music Theater Festival in
In 1995 he appeared as
Frank Sinatra in the
Love and Betrayal: The Mia Farrow Story.
In 1996 he appeared Off-Broadway as Eddie Flagrante in
Zombie Prom at the
Variety Arts Theatre.
In 1998 he was a guest star
Law & Order episode "Scrambled".
In 1999 he stepped in to cover a few performances for
Tom Wopat as Frank Butler in the Broadway revival of
Annie Get Your Gun, portraying the role opposite
Bernadette Peters. In 2000 he appeared as Robert Baker
New York City Center
Encores!'s production of
Wonderful Town. In
2001 he narrated Great Performances's tribute to
Copland's America. In 2005 he returned to Broadway
as Pat Denning in the revival
42nd Street, a role he had previously portrayed on
Broadway in 2001.
Muenz's other performing credits include appearances on
three seasons of
The American Radio Company of the Air, Jean-Luc”
Guiding Light, “Dr. Kessler”
Another World, the national tour of
Jerry Zaks’ revival of
Guys and Dolls as Sky Masterson,
the National tour of
The Sound of Music, performances with the
Radio Theater, and the Broadway companies of
High Society and
Nick & Nora. He has also appeared in several
productions with the
New York City Opera, including Bob
Wonderful Town, File
110 in the Shade,
The Merry Widow and Sid in
The Pajama Game, the
latter of which garnered him a
Drama Desk Award nomination.
For all his television work click
Blade, 6 episodes, 1987
Melinda Mullins as Blade Roland's rebel
companion. She appeared in the first 12 episodes with Roland. The two were the
first to talk of rebellion in Claremont and following Tell's
arrest and the burning of their village they fled to the hills to insight insurrection and
rebellion against Gessler and the empire. She cut her hair and dawned balck
trousers and became a very clever schemer and a stabilising force for
Roland. You could almost say she is the brains of the outfit, planning and
Roland did all the talking. There relationship is never
clearly defined, but they are inseparable and share the same ideals. She gets
separated from Roland in episode 11 'The Imposter'
and ends up faking her own
death in order to escape murder by Gaston, a bandit with a lower agenda.
has appeared in numerous roles in film, television and on the
Broadway stage. While
appearing in several TV series, such as
Law & Order, Mullins
best known for her role as former Broadway leading lady Hilary Booth in
Mullins, who also writes screenplays and short stories, has been married
Joshua Bryant, who
appeared as Jack Scully on
M*A*S*H, since 2005;
the couple currently resides in
Act of God (1995) Melinda Mullins in
Order (1990) On Mash
You can click
for her website.
student of the drama division of The Juilliard School, with a BA from Mount
Holyoke College, she also studied overseas
at the Conservatoire National d'Art
Dramatique in Paris.
Melinda Mullins enjoys a
successful stage career on Broadway. Her other television credits include the
acclaimed drama The City and AMC's Remember WENN,
Film includes Dennis The
Menace and What About BOB?
career includes performances in SHERLOCK'S LAST CASE, SERIOUS MONEY and
Ms. Mullins starred with Raul Julia
in NYSF's presentation of MACBETH, and also
appeared in OWNERS/TRAPS at the NY Theatre Workshop. Her film credits include
OF INERTIA, WHAT ABOUT BOB,
DENNIS THE MENACE and RESCUING DESIRE, and her
television roles encompass popular shows like M*A*S*H*, LAW AND ORDER and
ANOTHER WORLD. A former student
of the Julliard Theatre School with a BA from
Mount Holyoke College, she also studied overseas at the Conservatoire National d'Art Dramatique in Paris.
was born in
Bachelor of Arts degree in the
roman languages from
Mount Holyoke College in
Massachusetts, in 1979. She also studied at the
New York City,
New York, and the
Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique in
She also took the
Alan Weiss Broadcasting Course and Michael Shurtleff's Scene Study and Audition
Class. She has appeared in numerous roles in film,
television and on the
While appearing in
several TV series, such as
Law & Order, Mullins may be best known for her role as former Broadway
leading lady Hilary Booth in
Remember WENN. She also writes
screenplays and short stories. She is married to actor Joshua
Bryant who played the part of Jack Scully in two episodes on
series; the couple wed in 2005.
She also writes screenplays and short stories.
M*A*S*H (Martine LeClerc)
1989 - Prisoners of Inertia
What About Bob? (Marie Grady)
1992 - Law and Order (Forensics
Dennis the Menace (Andrea)
1995 - Law and Order (Chris
1996 - Rescuing Desire (Toni)
Remember WENN (Hilary Booth)
Awards and nominations
B.H. Barry Stagefighting Prize
1996 - Screen Actors Guild Award
1999 - New York Festival Award:
Outstanding Performance in a Comedy Series
1999 - Chicago International
Television Festival Outstanding Achievement in Acting
Escape from Happiness
Titus Andronicus (Tamora)
Macbeth (Lady Macbeth)
Adoining Trances (C. McCullers)
Measure for Measure (Isabella)
Midsummer Night's Dream (Titania/Hippolyta)
Twelfth Night (Olivia)
The Play's the Thing (Mona)
Wild Oats (Honest Bob)
one of the farmer's son.
Patrick Murray (born 17 December
1956) is a retired English screen actor notable for his role as Mickey Pearce in
the sitcom Only Fools and Horses.
Born in London to an Irish father
and Spanish mother, he was educated at St. Frances Cabrini primary school and
St. Thomas the Apostle College. Murray has
appeared in starring and supporting
roles in numerous films and television programmes. He also became well known for
his appearances in Television commercials
for the Italian home appliance company
Zanussi. Murray is a staunch supporter of his local league football club
Millwall F.C., often being recognised whilst sitting in the stands.
In his later
years, he was a controller at a mini-cab office in Catford.
In 2018, Murray was supposed to
take part in a bus trip that would raise money for Demelza,
a children’s hospice.
However, the trip was forced to called off last minute as Murray revealed he
could be treated for "breathing difficulties (lung disease).
The trip included
him entertaining 70 fans while travelling from Leysdown-on-Sea in Kent to
Margate. Murray hopes to complete the trip late in October
His agent Mark Neale told The
Daily Star: "Pat was really disappointed to let so many people down, but he is
having treatment and hopes to arrange it again later in the year."
Patrick is receiving medical
attention for the lung condition, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
It is the name given to a group of
problems which cause breathing difficulties including emphysema - which is
damage to the air sacs in lungs - and chronic bronchitis
which is the
long-term inflammation of the airways.ay Me: "How sad! We wish him good
treatment. Unfortunately it can't be cured yet.
We hope he also experience good
times because good medicication perhaps could give him a better quality of life."
In Crossbow (episode 22) 'The Physician' 1988 -
as Gilbert, the Physician of a lord of a plague threatened town who risks his
life to treat Tell.
Gilbert dares to stand up for every patient, even when he is
the phycisian of a lord. The lord is depended on him (because of stomach aches)
but Horst isn't
and doesn't appreciate this doctor makes his own plan. The
doctor continues to stand up for his patient, even when his patient is Tell. He is taken high risk.
He visits Tell in prison, brings along the key.
When he heard Horst is on it's way to arrest them, he insisted
to free Tell and Matthew at once or the lord will loose his doctor.
Bruce Myers is an actor, known for
The Mahabharata (1989),
De ondraaglijke lichtheid van het bestaan
(1962) He acted in Terence
Brady and Michael Bogdin's play, "Would Anyone Who Saw the Accident," at the
Theatre Royal in Stratford East, England with Terence Brady,
Michael Bogdin, Roger Ordish, Ralph Bates, and Carl Bontoft in the cast.(1962)
He acted in Harold Pinter's play, "The Dumb Waiter," at the Theatre Royal in
Stratford East, England with Terence Brady, David O'Clee, Michael Bogdin, Roger
Ordish, Ralph Bates, and Carl Bontoft in the cast.(1968) He acted in Dylan
"Under Milk Wood," at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England in a
Royal Shakespeare Company/Theatre GoRound production with Emrys James, Richard
Moore, Sheila Allen,
Susan Fleetwood, Peter Geddis, and Peter Gordon in the
cast. Terry Hands was director.(1976) He acted in Colin Turnbull's play, "The
Ik," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production
at the Roundhouse Theatre in
London, England with Andreas Katsulas, Malick Bagayogo, Michele Collison, Miriam
Goldschmidt, and Katsuhiro Oida in the cast. Peter Brook was
1995-March 1995; April 1995-February 1996) He acted in the Royal National
Theatre repertoire season at the Laurence Olivier Theatre, Cottesloe Theatre,
and Lyttelton Theatre in London, England in William Shakespeare's plays. To see
all those playnames scroll down to the botton of the imdb link
He was in episode 'Fear'
I'm not sure but I think this is Nadal below.
was born on November 18, 1915 as Mervyn Rubin. He was a director and actor,
Fun and Games (1973),
Some of My Best Friends Are
(1960). He died on August 15, 1991 in New York, New York, USA.
Patrick David Newell was born in Hadleigh,
Suffolk on March 27, 1932. He died in 1988 as a result of a heart attack, one
year after Crossbow.
Education: He studied at the Taunton
School, after which he enrolled in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). He
realized that the talent of his fellow students,
including Albert Finney and
Peter O'Toole, far exceeded his. In order to establish himself as a niche actor
he started to gain weight consciously.
Early career: After his military service he
was regularly seen on TV in dramatic and comic roles, including 'Walk A Crooked
Mile' (1961), 'The Long Spoon' (1961) and 'The Liars'
(1961). He played a Greek
in 'The Sentimental Agent' (1962), played a role in 'Danger Man' (1964), was a
bailiff in the children's series' Smugglers Bay '(1964) and was seen in the
lesser known series' The Old Lag '(1964),' The Idiot '(1966) and' Hole in the
Road '(1967). He played his first small film role in 'Dial 999' (1955). This was
followed by 'The Rebel' (1960),
'Never Mention Murder' (1964) and 'Danny The
The Avengers - The Avengers In 1965 and 1967 he played a role in the
Avengers' episodes: 'The Town of No Return' and 'Something Nasty in the
In the Tara King series he got a solid role as Mother, one of the
better steps in his career.
Later career: In the seventies he followed a strict diet
with the result that he was offered less and less work. Newell described himself
as "Actor with a weight problem-
the more he thinks, the less work seems to
get." Later roles included: Mr. Oliphant in 'Never Say Die' (1970), Stanley
Allenby-Johnson in 'The Misfit' (1970-71), Schalon in
'Casanova' (1971), Colonel
Faraday in 'Doctor Who, The Android Invasion' (1975), Sir Edmund Weir in 'Man
About The House' (1974), Inspector Lestrade in 'Sherlock Holmes
Watson' (1980), 'Doctors' Daughters' (ATV, 1981), Mr. Horsley in 'Kinvig'
(1981), King in 'The Young Ones' (1982-84), Mr. Dawson in 'Bottle Boys'
Mr. Blessington in 'The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes' (1985),
Maxwell in 'Ladies in Charge' (1986) and Frank Goldman in 'Casualty' (1987). His
last role was Lester in 'Consuming Passions' in 1988.
Private life: Patrick Newell was married to
Derina Newell and had two children.
Birthright, son of the
farmer. Steven O'Donnell
(born 19 May 1963 in
is an English actor.
Before O'Donnell became
an actor, he spent five years working at
Charing Cross Hospital as
a Scientific Officer in a medical laboratory. He
has appeared in several comedies
Rik Mayall, including
The Comic Strip,
and the film
Guest House Paradiso.
He also starred in various advertisements in the
United Kingdom for
Sega in the mid 1990s,
for systems such as the
Master System and
O'Donnell was born in 1963. He is an actor, known for
Shakespeare in Love
Spice World (1997) and
A Knight's Tale (2001).
Before becoming an actor,
he worked for five years at Charing Cross Hospital as
a Scientific Officer in a medical laboratory.
episode The Dukes of
Conrad (John Otway) is imprissoned by the Dukes of
Zharingen. he meets Tell in prison. They try to make a plan to go to Ursen
was born on October 2, 1952 in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England. He is an
actor, known for
Crossbow (1987), Different for Girls
here for his imdb list.
Two photos from Mr. Otway
Denise Van Outen
She is in 1
Denise van Outen
(born Denise Kathleen Outen; 27 May 1974) is an English actress, singer,
model, dancer and presenter. She presented
The Big Breakfast, played Roxie
in the musical
Chicago both in
the West End and
on Broadway and finished as runner-up in
tenth series of the
BBC One dancing show
Strictly Come Dancing.
She was a judge on
Any Dream Will Do
Born to Shine
in 2011 and since 2018 she has been a judge on
Ireland's Got Talent
which is in its first season.
Van Outen also
ITVBe reality television series
The Only Way Is Essex
She had a guestrole in episode Goldilocks. She played Goldilocks 1989.
Early life: Born Denise Kathleen Outen in
Essex, she is the youngest of Ted and
Kathleen Outen's three children and was brought up a Catholic.
She has a brother
Terry and sister Jackie. At the age of seven, she began modelling for knitting
patterns, and showed an early flair for performing.
This resulted in her
Sylvia Young Theatre School. In 1986, at
the age of 12, she played
Les Misérables (the role paid her
Anthony Newley directed production of
Stop the World - I Want to Get Off,
A Midsummer Night's Dream with the
Royal Shakespeare Company.
Early career: As a teenager she had brief roles on a number of
television dramas including
She also sang with Cathy Warwick in
"girl group" Those2Girls, by which time she
had become Denise van Outen. She also did backing vocals with
Melanie Blatt for the band
Dreadzone. Van Outen was voted
Rear of the Year in 1999, and was top
of a poll to find the most desired "bikini body" in a 2007 poll of readers of
Grazia magazine. More
Orphan Child, 1 episode,
'The Scavengers' - Best known for his stint on
Eastenders as Ricky Butcher, Owen appeared as one of the
orphan children who
scaveng through battle grounds and abandoned farms.
Sid Owen (born David Sutton; 12 January 1972) is an
English actor, television presenter and former singer, who played Ricky
Butcher in the BBC One soap opera East Enders
from 1988 until 2012. He
also appeared in the tenth series of Strictly Come Dancing and made a
cameo performance in the British cult show How Clean is Your House in
Career: Prior to his role in EastEnders, he had a role in the film
Revolution in 1985, in which he appeared alongside Al Pacino and Donald
Sutherland. In 1986 he has a
guestappearence in Crossbow.
In 1988, he was cast in the BBC soap opera East Enders
as Ricky Butcher, son of popular character Frank Butcher. His
with Bianca Jackson (Patsy Palmer) became
popular in the 1990s.
He appeared regularly on the show until April 2000
when he decided to leave the show and tried his hand at
releasing his cover version of Sugar Minott's 1982 single, "Good Thing
Going" on Mushroom Records. The song reached No. 14 in the UK
Singles Chart in June 2000.
A follow up single was recorded but never
released. He had earlier released a 1995 Children in Need single with
Patsy Palmer, "You Better Believe It". That track reached No. 60 in the
returned to East Enders in 2002, first appearing in a spin-off episode
Ricky and Bianca which aired in May 2002 which saw his character reunite
with his ex-wife Bianca.
He returned to the show as a regular later in
the year and was axed in 2004 due to lack of storylines. Returning to
television work, Owen appeared on an episode of Lily Savage's
Blank in 2001, and took part in the fifth series of I'm a Celebrity, Get
Me Out of Here! in 2005, where he carried out the first bushtucker trial
with David Dickinson.
He finished third in the series. He also took part
in a celebrity boxing match with Ben Fogle, for Sport Relief, which
Fogle ultimately won. Owen also starred in ITV1's prison
drama Bad Girls
in 2006, during the shows eighth and final series. His
character fell for prisoner Janine Nebeski, played by his ex-EastEnders
co-star, Nicola Stapleton.
Owen appeared in The Bill on 6 November 2007.
On 30 October 2007, it was confirmed that Owen would
make his return to East Enders in 2008. This news came 24 hours
after the announcement that Patsy Palmer, his on-screen wife,
returning to the show. In February 2011 he announced that he was taking
a break from the show. Of his decision Owen said, "I will be taking a
break from East Enders so
that I can dedicate more time to Drop 4 Drop,
a charity to help alleviate the global water crisis in the developing
definitely be returning to Walford at some point next year." He appeared in Snow
White and the Seven Dwarfs from December 2007 to January 2008 at The Beck
Middlesex as Prince Charming.
He also presented series 8 of To Buy or Not to Buy with Melinda
Messenger. In January 2012, Owen once again left EastEnders after
four years back
in the role. He returned for a few weeks in June 2012,
before leaving again to run a restaurant in France.
September 2012, it was announced that Owen would be a contestant for the
tenth series of Strictly Come Dancing. He was partnered with Ola Jordan.
He and Jordan
were the third couple to be eliminated, losing out in the
dance off against Colin Salmon. Owen
took part in the 2016 series of The Jump on Channel 4. In 2016 Owen
contract with the BBC and opined that he should return to
EastEnders to "finish the storyline or go back for a length of time."
Personal life: Owen has four brothers Mark, Darren,
Martin and Scott. Owen's father, David, was an alcoholic who left home
when he was six years old; his mother, Joan, died from
when he was eight. He then attended Anna Scher Theatre school. Sid's
favourite hobby is football, playing in many celebrity matches in the
process and is
an Arsenal supporter. In 2000, he was engaged to Carty
Hubbard as he took her around the world for two years but split up in
2003. In October 2006, he began a relationship
with Genie in the House
actress, Polly Parsons, after they both starred in a Snow White and the
Seven Dwarfs pantomime. In October 2009, whilst on holiday in Barbados
with Parsons, he proposed to her and she accepted. In April 2012 Owen
told the Sunday Mirror that they were still good friends but not
together anymore, and that he was single.