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Anthony Bate

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Biography

Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England, UK
An immaculate gent of sober appearance and cultivated presence, Bate was seemingly destined to play spymasters and senior civil servants. Lean, pale-eyed and of deceptively mild intonation, he was capable of unnervingly icy composure, never more effectively displayed than as the chameleon-like Soviet mole Kim Philby in ITV's telemovie Philby, Burgess and Maclean (1977). In similar vein, Bate played the enigmatic, debonair American-born spook, Bret Renssalaer, in Len Deighton's Game, Set, and Match (1988). Read more...

Actor

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Character: James Greenlees

Prime Suspect: Inner Circles 1995

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Character: Mr. Brindley

Nirgendwo in Afrika 2001

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Character: Sir Stuart Ross

A Woman Called Golda 1982

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Character: Rev. Charles Carter

Menace 1970

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Character: Bernard Crowther

Inspector Morse 1987

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Character: Alec Marriott

BBC2 Playhouse 1973

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Character: Sir Oliver Lacon

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy 1979

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Character: Lord Pearson

Agatha Christie's Poirot 1989

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Character: Bret Renssalaer

Game, Set, and Match 1988

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Character: Johnny Fernandez

High Tide at Noon 1957

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