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Raymond Baxter (I) (1922–2006)

Raymond Baxter was born on January 25, 1922 in Ilford, Essex, England as Raymond Frederic Baxter. He was an actor, known for Spitfire! (1976), The Fast Lady (1962) and Tomorrow's World (1965). He was married to Sylvia Kathryn Johnson. He died on September 15, 2006 in Reading, Berkshire, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Spitfire! Himself - Presenter
The Fast Lady
The Fast Lady Himself
Tomorrow's World
Tomorrow's World Himself - Presenter
1964 General Election
1964 General Election Himself - Reporter


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 1982 There's a Lot of It About (TV Series)
Various Characters
- Episode #1.5 (1982) ... Various Characters
 1976 The Goodies (TV Series)
 1966 Grand Prix
BBC interviewer (uncredited)
 1957 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Radio commentator
- Do It Yourself (1957) ... Radio commentator (voice)
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He provided commentary on the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, Churchill's funeral, and the Concorde's first flight (as a passenger). He was a motor-sport fan who not only covered but participated in several Monte Carlo rallies. One of the highlights of his tenure on "Tomorrow's World" took place in 1967, when he interviewed Dr. Christian Barnard live by telephone just one hour after he completed... See more »

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