Biography

John Bett is a British stage, film and television actor, director, and writer.

John Bett is a British stage, film and television actor, director, and writer.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 20

Birthday 1949-01-01

Place of Birth Cupar, Scotland, UK

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Also Known As

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2018 A Very English Scandal (1 episode) as Lord Kilmuir
2014 Scotland In A Day
2013 Not Another Happy Ending as Mr. McLeish
2010 Tamara Drewe as Diggory
2007 The Golden Compass as Thorold
2005 The Strange Case of Sherlock Holmes & Arthur Conan Doyle as Charles Doyle
1999 My Life So Far as Uncle Crawford
1993 Down Among the Big Boys as Sam the Forger
1990 Triple Scotch and Wry as Various
1989 Tank Malling as Campbell Sinclaire
1987 Rude Health (14 episodes)
1987 Inspector Morse (1 episode)
1986 City Lights (1 episode) as Mr Townshend
1985 Sacred Hearts as Doctor Taylor
1982 Britannia Hospital as Lady Felicity
1981 Gregory's Girl as Alistair
1979 Tess as Felix Clare
1978 The First Great Train Robbery as McPherson
1974 The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil as Various
1970 Play for Today (1 episode)

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