With his hangdog demeanour and baleful gaze, we seem to often see Roy Evans in either roles of brooding menace or slight gormlessness. He's a minor Doctor Who favourite, having appeared in several stories: as the sinister razor-toothed Trantis from the long 1965 adventure 'The Dalek's Master Plan', and two Pertwee-era classics, 'The Green Death' and 'The Monster Of Peladon'.
|Roy Evans as Trantis in the 1965 'Dr Who' |
story, 'The Daleks' Master Plan'
|In 'Dr Who: The Green Death'|
|Spooked by undead motorbike noises in 'Psychomania' (1973)|
|In another cult classic, 'The Blood Beast Terror' (1968)|
All round, an interesting CV. He seems to be retired since the early 2000s, but there's a good chance of spotting him in something from that long back catalogue.