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James Cossins (James Charles Cossins)

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Biography

Beckenham, Kent, England, UK
The role which best epitomised James Cossins was the fussy, repressed Brown in Villain (1971). He began movie acting in the mid '60s and featured in such films as Richard Lester's How I Won the War (1967), Hammer's The Lost Continent (1968), the Jack Wild vehicle Melody (1971) and the aforementioned cult classic Villain (1971) with Richard Burton. He was also particular effective as a driving test examiner in the comedy thriller Otley (1969) with Tom Courtenay.

His contribution was usually limited to no more than a few minutes of screentime but he was always effective. Read more...

Actor

Character: Drogue

How I Won the War 1967

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Character: Professor Tatham

Privilege 1967

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Character: Geffcock

Otley 1968

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Character: Count Josi Hoyos

Fall of Eagles 1974

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Character: Justin Bryce

Unnatural Causes 1993

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Character: Basildon

Darling 1965

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Character: Harranby

The Great Train Robbery 1978

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Character: Judge

Minder 1979

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Character: Bernard Nelson

Shelley 1979

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Character: Uncle Frederick

Just William 1976

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Character: Neville Dennis

Callan 1967

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Character: Tim Singleton

Thirty-Minute Theatre 1965

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Character: Aloysius Barge

All Creatures Great and Small 1978

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Character: Colonel Broadhurst

Man at the Top 1970

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Character: Colonel Rosier

The Sweeney 1975

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Character: Sergeant Bunfit

The Pallisers 1974

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