† Aug 1 1920 – Feb 5 2015
A true veteran actor, born in 1920, who made his film debut in the sympathetic British version of 'Jew Suss' (1934) with Conrad Veidt. Now generally sullied and overshadowed by the antisemitic version made by the Nazis in 1940, it was London-born Jeffrey Segal's only appearance until the late '50s when he began to act for television.
|Not convinced by Commander Straker's accounts in 'UFO'|
As the '60s turned into the '70s, more favoured names of British television were added to his CV; 'Callan', 'UFO', The Power Game', 'Dad's Army', 'It Ain't Half Hot Mum', Are You Being Served?, 'The Sweeney', 'Fawlty Towers' (in 'Gourmet Night' with the horrible kid who wants proper salad cream) and my old favourite 'The Flaxborough Chronicles: Murder Most English'.
|Another dissatisfied customer in 'Are You Being Served?'|
|'A collar stud? I thought they went out with Clement Attlee…'|
With George Cole in an episode of 'Minder'.
|As a boy in the British film of 'Jew Süss' (1934)|
|In 'Dad's Army', as the man from the Ministry, come to |
see a demonstration of the Big Wheel secret weapon.
Jeffrey Segal - imdb