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Terence Alexander (Terence Joseph Alexander)

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Biography

Islington, London, England, UK
To say that Terence Alexander, the distinguished British thespian, was hyperactive is a statement that borders on the understatement! Judge for yourself : born in 1923, following a short period when he considered becoming a priest, Alexander exercised the acting profession for sixty full decades and he might have beaten Queen Victoria's record, had not Parkinson's disease (an illness he finally died of at 86) taken its toll. In 1939, at age 16, he was already in the theater, as the first assistant manager of The White Rose Players Company at the Harrogate Opera House. Read more...

Actor

Character: Ship's Officer

The Gentle Gunman 1952

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Character: First Lieutenant Spud Cusack

Glad Tidings 1953

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Character: Bob Robins - Duty Room Radio Operater

Out of the Clouds 1955

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Character: Man in Radio Studio

The Green Man 1956

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Character: Radio Show Official

Who Done It? 1956

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Character: R.A.F. Intelligence Officer

The One That Got Away 1957

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Character: Defending counsel

The Bulldog Breed 1960

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Character: Policeman on Motorcycle

The Fast Lady 1962

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Character: Dennis Colville

The Spare Tyres 1967

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Character: Mad Major

The Magic Christian 1969

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Character: Bob Chickman

All the Way Up 1970

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Character: Head of Channel 4

The Laughing Prisoner 1987

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Character: Mr. Kelp

Please Sir! 1968

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Character: Sir Arnold Latimer

BBC2 Playhouse 1973

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Character: Sir Greville McDonald

The New Statesman 1987

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Character: Clive 'Lofty' Anstruther

The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin 1976

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Character: Gen. Arthur Tedder

Ike: The War Years 1979

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Character: Philip Hopwood

Drama 61-67 1961

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Character: Hungerford

Bergerac 1981

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