† Jun 25 1928 – May 2 2017
Specialising in the affable sort of toff, jolly sort of magistrate and approachable sort of army officer, this old Etonian has been popping up on TV and in films for the last 60 years. My favourites among his many roles are Lord Collingford in 'Catweazle' and Chief Constable Chubb in 'The Flaxborough Chronicles', but you may have seen him in 'The Avengers', 'The Saint', 'Quiller', or 'Rumpole of The Bailey'. Or maybe 'The Darling Buds Of May' or, quelle surprise, 'Midsomer Murders'. Seems like a gent, anyway.
|With the late Elspeth Gray in 'Catweazle'|
|In the 1982 Dr Who story 'Black Orchid'|
|In 'The Darling Buds of May'|
Sadly died on the 2nd May 2017 at the age of 88.ReplyDelete
Thanks CJ, yes another farewell. I'm a big Catweazle fan and with him and Geoffrey Bayldon, that's pretty much all the cast gone.Delete