Biography

Newcastle born Ian Hogg is an actor of British stage, screen and television. He is perhaps best known for his role as the tenacious and tetchy detective Rockcliffe in the BBC TV series Rockliffe's Babies and its subsequent, short-lived spin-off Rockliffe's Folly.

Newcastle born Ian Hogg is an actor of British stage, screen and television. He is perhaps best known for his role as the tenacious and tetchy detective Rockcliffe in the BBC TV series Rockliffe's Babies and its subsequent, short-lived spin-off Rockliffe's Folly.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 38

Birthday 1937-08-01

Place of Birth Newcastle, UK

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2018 Sink as Sam
2017 The Miniaturist as Pieter Slabbaert
2002 Foyle's War (1 episode)
2000 Waking the Dead (2 episodes)
1997 Midsomer Murders (1 episode)
1996 Rasputin as Purishkevich
1994 A Pin for the Butterfly as Great Uncle
1993 Riders as Dudley Drabble
1992 Heartbeat (1 episode)
1990 The Care of Time as Mr. Schelm
1989 Doctor Who: Ghost Light as Josiah Samuel Smith
1988 Rockliffe's Folly (7 episodes) as Det Sgt Alan Rockliffe
1987 Boogie Outlaws (1 episode) as Manfred Holt
1987 Rockliffe's Babies (18 episodes) as Det Sgt Alan Rockliffe
1986 Theban Plays: Oedipus at Colonus as Chorus
1986 Casualty (1 episode) as Bill Morgan
1986 Lady Jane as Sir John Gates
1984 Rainy Day Women as Dennis
1983 Macbeth as Banquo
1983 Taggart (1 episode)
1983 Red Monarch as Shapochnikov
1980 The Enigma Files (1 episode)
1978 BBC Television Shakespeare (1 episode)
1978 The Legacy as Harry
1978 The Devil's Crown (3 episodes)
1976 Lorna Doone (5 episodes)
1975 Hennessy as Gerry
1974 Dead Cert as Bill Davidson
1974 Penda's Fen as Arne
1973 The Hireling as Davis
1971 King Lear as Edmund
1971 The Last Valley as Graf
1970 Play for Today (2 episodes)
1969 To Build a Fire as Chechaquo
1968 All's Well That Ends Well as Lavache
1968 Tell Me Lies as Ian
1967 The Benefit of the Doubt
1963 Doctor Who (3 episodes)

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