Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Robert Urquhart (16 October 1921 – 21 March 1995) was a Scottish character actor who mainly worked in British television during his career.

He was born in Ullapool, Scotland on 16 October 1921, educated at George Heriot's School in Edinburgh and made his stage debut in 1947. He starred in many shows of the detective/special-agent type, such as Department S, Callan, The Professionals, Man in a Suitcase, The Avengers, and opposite Patrick McGoohan in the 1965 episode of Danger Man titled "English Lady Takes Lodgers". He also played the lead role in Jango, a short lived 1961 production by Associated Rediffusion

His first film role was in 1952 in You're Only Young Twice. He died in Edinburgh on 21 March 1995.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Robert Urquhart (16 October 1921 – 21 March 1995) was a Scottish character actor who mainly worked in British television during his career.

He was born in Ullapool, Scotland on 16 October 1921, educated at George Heriot's School in Edinburgh and made his stage debut in 1947. He starred in many shows of the detective/special-agent type, such as Department S, Callan, The Professionals, Man in a Suitcase, The Avengers, and opposite Patrick McGoohan in the 1965 episode of Danger Man titled "English Lady Takes Lodgers". He also played the lead role in Jango, a short lived 1961 production by Associated Rediffusion

His first film role was in 1952 in You're Only Young Twice. He died in Edinburgh on 21 March 1995.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Robert Urquhart (actor), licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 54

Birthday 1921-10-16

Day of Death 1995-03-21

Place of Birth Ullapool, Scotland

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

1987 Playing Away as Godfrey
1987 Hammer: The Studio That Dripped Blood as (archive footage)
1985 Bleak House (8 episodes)
1985 Hitler's SS: Portrait In Evil as Albrecht Hoffman
1985 Restless Natives as Baird
1984 Sharma and Beyond
1982 P'tang, Yang, Kipperbang as Headmaster
1981 Brideshead Revisited (11 episodes) as Quartering Commandant
1981 The Dollar Bottom as Headmaster
1980 A Tale of Two Cities as Attorney General
1980 Hammer House of Horror (1 episode)
1980 Fox
1980 An Enemy of the People as Tom Stockman
1979 Quest of Eagles (5 episodes)
1978 The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie
1975 England, Summer, Sunday
1974 The Inheritors (6 episodes)
1974 The Aweful Mr. Goodall (6 episodes)
1974 Playhouse (1 episode)
1973 Helen: A Woman of Today (3 episodes)
1972 The Reporters as Vic
1972 The Pathfinders (13 episodes)
1970 Country Dance as Auctioneer
1969 The Looking Glass War as Johnson
1969 Department S (1 episode)
1969 Mosquito Squadron as Major Kemble (uncredited)
1968 The Champions (1 episode)
1968 The Syndicate as George Brant
1967 Man in a Suitcase (1 episode)
1967 Callan (1 episode)
1966 Mystery and Imagination (1 episode)
1963 Murder at the Gallop as George Crossfield
1963 The Break as Pearson
1962 The Saint (1 episode) as Brian Quell
1962 Dr. Finlay's Casebook (1 episode)
1961 Jango (8 episodes)
1961 The Avengers (2 episodes)
1960 Danger Tomorrow
1960 Foxhole in Cairo as Sandy as Major Wilson
1960 Trouble with Eve
1959 International Detective (1 episode)
1959 No Hiding Place (1 episode)
1958 Dunkirk as Mike
1957 The Curse of Frankenstein as Paul Krempe
1957 Yangtse Incident: The Story of H.M.S. Amethyst as Flight Lieutenant Fearnley
1956 You Can't Escape as Peter Darwin
1954 Happy Ever After as Dr. Michael Flynn
1954 Isn't Life Wonderful! as Frank, Charles' brother
1954 Golden Ivory as Jim Dobson
1953 Knights of the Round Table as Gawaine
1953 The House of the Arrow as Jim Frobisher
1952 Tread Softly as Clifford Brett
1952 Paul Temple Returns as Slater
1951 You're Only Young Twice as Sheltie

Creator

1961 Jango Creator

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