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Ernest Clark

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Biography

London, England, UK
A distinguished stage actor, Ernest Clark was best known to British television viewers for his role as the crusty "Sir Geoffrey Loftus" in the long running "Doctor" comedy series during the 1970s.

Born in Maida Vale, Clark was the son of a master builder and was educated at Marylebone Grammar School. His first job was as a reporter on a local newspaper and he was also a keen amateur actor.

He made his first professional appearance at the Festival Theatre, Cambridge in 1937 and, throughout the 1930s and 40s, was rarely off the West End stage. Read more...

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Character: Air Vice-Marshal The Hon. Ralph Cochrane G.B.E., K.C.B., A.F.C.

The Dam Busters 1955

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Character: Outer Party Announcer

1984 1956

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Character: Wing Commander Beiseigel

Reach for the Sky 1956

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Character: Cmdr. Geoffrey Digby

The Baby and the Battleship 1956

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Character: Cmdr. Bates

A Touch of Larceny 1959

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Character: Earl of Aldershot's solicitor

The Secret of My Success 1965

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Character: Col. Balsom

Salt and Pepper 1968

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Character: Lord Hunter

Gandhi 1982

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Character: Under-Secretary - Home Office

Time Without Pity 1957

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Character: Brigadier Glover

Thirty-Minute Theatre 1965

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Character: Duke of Mannerton

All Creatures Great and Small 1978

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Character: Bishop's Secretary

The Detective 1954

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Character: Mr. Hamlyn

W. Somerset Maugham 1969

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Character: Dr. Hewson

Drama 61-67 1961

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