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Gordon Chater (1922–1999)

Gordon Chater was born on April 6, 1922 in London, England as Gordon Maitland Chater. He was an actor, known for My Name's McGooley, What's Yours? (1966), The Importance of Being Earnest (1992) and Me & Mr Thorne (1976). He died on December 12, 1999 in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1993 This Won't Hurt a Bit
Dental Professor
 1976 Me & Mr Thorne (TV Movie)
Reginald Thorne
 1976 Matlock Police (TV Series)
Doc Horton
- Losers Weepers (1976) ... Doc Horton
 1975 The Dave Allen Show in Australia (TV Series)
Various (1975)
 1971 The Godfathers (TV Series)
Jamieson
- The Burglar and Mike (1971) ... Jamieson
 1968 Rita and Wally (TV Series)
McGooley
 1964 The Mavis Bramston Show (TV Series)
Various (1964-1965)
 1962 My Three Angels (TV Movie)
 1961 The Story of Peter Grey (TV Series)
 1959 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
- To Ride a Tiger (1959)
 1958 Smiley Gets a Gun
Rev. Galbraith (uncredited)
 1957 The Adventures of Long John Silver (TV Series)
Alfredo
- The Master's Touch (1957) ... Alfredo
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 1976 This Is Your Life (TV Series)
Himself
- Gordon Chater (1976) ... Himself
 1968 The Gordon Chater Show (TV Series)
Himself - Host
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Steven J. Spears' play, "The Elocution of Benjamin Franklin," at the Mayfair Theatre in London, England. Richard Wherrett was director.
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A very popular comic actor, Gordon Chater is well-known for his work on radio, television and in the theatre, he received the Macquarie Award for comedy performance in radio in 1952. See more »

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