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Geoffrey Davies

Geoffrey Davies was born on December 15, 1942 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England. He is an actor, known for Doctor in Charge (1972), Doctor on the Go (1975) and Doctor in the House (1969). He is married to Ann Davies. They have one child. See full bio »

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Known For

Doctor in Charge
Doctor in Charge Dr. Dick Stuart-Clark
(1972-1973)
Doctor on the Go
Doctor on the Go Dr. Dick Stuart-Clark
(1975-1977)
Doctor in the House
Doctor in the House Dick Stuart-Clark
(1969-1970)
Doctor at Large
Doctor at Large Dick Stuart-Clark / Dr. Dick Stuart-Clark
(1971)

Filmography

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 2012 Run for Your Wife
Man in Theatre Queue
 2012 Not Going Out (TV Series)
Clown
- Camping (2012) ... Clown
 2009 Waiting for Gorgo (Short)
Mr Tunstall
 2009 Doctors (TV Series)
Charlie Myers
- Toys (2009) ... Charlie Myers
 2008 Casualty (TV Series)
Gilbert Gavin
- Silent All These Years (2008) ... Gilbert Gavin
 1995 Paul Merton's Life of Comedy (TV Series)
Doctor
- Lost Youth (1995) ... Doctor
 1994 Law and Disorder (TV Series)
Harold
- A Night to Remember (1994) ... Harold
- One for the Album (1994) ... Harold
 1990 Woof! (TV Series)
Mr. Morgan
- Mixed Doubles (1990) ... Mr. Morgan
 1987 The Bretts (TV Series)
Lord Wishbury
- Full House (1987) ... Lord Wishbury
 1981 The Other 'Arf (TV Series)
Charles II
- After the Ball (1981) ... Charles II
 1973 The Vault of Horror
Jerry (segment 4 "Bargain in Death")
 1970 1917 (Short)
Lt. Gessel
 1969 Oh! What a Lovely War
Aide to Field-Marshal Haig
Show Show Self (5 credits)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Arnold Ridley's play, "The Ghost Train," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Wilfrid Brambell, James Villiers, Allan Cuthbertson, Veronica Strong, Louise Purnell, Gwen Nelson, and Judy Buxton also in the cast. Bill Hays was director.

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Daughter: actress Emma Davies

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