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Graham Callan

Graham Callan is an actor, known for Acorn Antiques (1987), B & B (1992) and Business as Usual (1988). See full bio »
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Filmography

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 1992 B & B
Man
 1990 This Is David Harper (TV Series)
Roger Dawson
- Making History (1990) ... Roger Dawson
 1990 Agatha Christie: Poirot (TV Series)
Solicitor
- The Cornish Mystery (1990) ... Solicitor
 1989 Screen One (TV Series)
Suite Host
- She's Been Away (1989) ... Suite Host
 1988 Business as Usual
TV Producer
 1987 Acorn Antiques (Video)
Undetermined Role
 1987 Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV (TV Series)
Undetermined Role
- Episode #2.7 (1987) ... Undetermined Role
 1985 Brookside (TV Series)
Deakin Matthews
- That'll Be All (1985) ... Deakin Matthews
 1983 Don't Wait Up (TV Series)
Jonathan Spencer
- Episode #1.6 (1983) ... Jonathan Spencer
 1983 The Fourth Arm (TV Series)
Adjutant
- Episode #1.2 (1983) ... Adjutant
 1979 Hazell (TV Series)
Assistant director
- Hazell Gets the Part (1979) ... Assistant director
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Other Works:

He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Love's Labours Lost," at the Open Air Theatre in Regents Park, London, England with Clive Arrindell, Christopher Good, Ian Talbot, Celia Imrie, Louise Purnell, Stephen Hoye, Granville Saxton, Richard Goolden, Ian Bartholomew, Esmond Knight and Nigel Jeffcoat in the cast. David Conville ... See more »

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