The cool, calculating and slightly malevolent gaze of Gary Watson was memorably employed in 'The Avengers' - in four different stories between 1961 and 1968: 'Death on the Slipway', 'Immortal Clay', 'Lobster Quadrille' and 'Wish You Were Here'. He also shows up in other ITC favourites of the '60s such as 'The Saint' and 'Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)', and the 1967 Doctor Who adventure 'The Evil of the Daleks'. Other high-end TV productions include the Anthony Hopkins 1972 version of 'War And Peace', the crime thriller series 'The Hanged Man' and 'The Pallisers'.
|In 'Murder Most English: The Flaxborough Chronicles'|
|In the 'Thriller' drama series episode 'Once the Killing Starts''|
|In impressive whiskers for a UK/Canadian TV version of |
the Sherlock Holmes story 'Silver Blaze'