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Kenneth MacDonald

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Biography

Manchester, England, UK
Born in Manchester, England in 1950, Kenneth MacDonald became one of British television's most appealing character actors in a career that spanned a quarter of a century. But his greatest claim to fame was in the role of the publican, "Mike Fisher," in the hugely successful sitcom series, "Only Fools and Horses," which ran for 15 years, 1981-1996. MacDonald played the barman foil to two street-wise London black marketeers who used the pub as their base of operations. MacDonald died of a heart attack while on holiday in Hawaii. Read more...

Actor

Character: Himself

Entertainment Cops 1994

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Character: Pete

Dream 2001

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Character: Marvin Bixby

Press Gang 1989

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Character: Oy

The Sins 2000

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Character: Albie Warren

BBC2 Playhouse 1973

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Character: Peter Armitage

Singleton's Pluck 1984

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Character: Gunner 'Nobby' Clark / Mike Fisher

It Ain't Half Hot, Mum 0

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Character: Rob Eliot

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