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Michael Deacon (1933–2000)

Michael Deacon was born in 1933 in Scotland. He was an actor and writer, known for The Lord of the Rings (1978), A Kind of Loving (1962) and Matushka (1973). He died on December 26, 2000 in Northwood, Middlesex, England. See full bio »

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in Scotland, UK

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Filmography

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 1973 Matushka
Prince Morozov
 1972 New Scotland Yard (TV Series)
Cyril Clayton
- The Wrong-Un (1972) ... Cyril Clayton
 1972 Doctor Who (TV Series)
Extra
- The Time Monster: Episode One (1972) ... Extra (uncredited)
 1972 Callan (TV Series)
Sunshine
- I Never Wanted the Job (1972) ... Sunshine
 1972 Spyder's Web (TV Series)
Newscaster
- An Almost Modern Man (1972) ... Newscaster
 1971 Advent of Steam (TV Series)
Will Furley
- The Fortune Seeker: Part 2 (1971) ... Will Furley
- The Fortune Seeker: Part 1 (1971) ... Will Furley
 1970 Biography (TV Series)
Firebrace
- A King and His Keeper (1970) ... Firebrace
 1970 Paul Temple (TV Series)
Chris Lazenby
- The Black Room (1970) ... Chris Lazenby
 1968 The Revenue Men (TV Series)
Kendall
- Little Rich Girl (1968) ... Kendall
 1967 St. Ives (TV Series)
Byfield
- Journey's End (1967) ... Byfield
- The Assembly Ball (1967) ... Byfield
 1967 Mr. Aitch (TV Series)
 1964 Dr. Finlay's Casebook (TV Series)
Dr. Ian Dalrymple
- Stranger in Town (1964) ... Dr. Ian Dalrymple
 1962 A Kind of Loving
Les
 1961 The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre (TV Series)
Angus
- The Sinister Man (1961) ... Angus
 1961 The Sinister Man
Angus
 1960 Armchair Mystery Theatre (TV Series)
PC.Smithson
- Cul de sac (1960) ... PC.Smithson
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 1973 Matushka (collaborating writer)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Carlo Goldoni's play, "The Artful Widow," that was adapted by Frederick Davies and Sparks for Greenwich Theatre in London, England with Diane Cilento, Frank Barrie, Richard Kane, Timothy Carlton, John Kane, and Richard Mayes in the cast. Ian Watt Smith was director.

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