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Alexander Gauge (1914–1960)

Alexander Gauge was born on July 29, 1914 in Wenchow, China. He was an actor, known for The Adventures of Robin Hood (1955), Murder in the Cathedral (1951) and Martin Luther (1953). He died on August 29, 1960 in Woking, Surrey, England. See full bio »

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Known For

The Adventures of Robin Hood
The Adventures of Robin Hood Friar Tuck / Edgar Tuck / Friar Alfred Tuck
Murder in the Cathedral
Murder in the Cathedral King Henry II
Martin Luther
Martin Luther Tetzel
The Blazing Caravan


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 1961 Nothing Barred
 1960 Inside Story (TV Series)
Edgar Crabtree
- A Present for Penny (1960) ... Edgar Crabtree
 1960 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
Paul Vechler
- Roman Gesture (1960) ... Paul Vechler
 1960 Les canailles
 1959 The Third Man (TV Series)
- Dinner in Paris (1959) ... Coffier
 1957 A Novel Affair
Master of Ceremonies at Dance
 1956 Assignment Foreign Legion (TV Series)
- The Glory That Was Meister (1956) ... Meister
 1956 The Green Man
 1956 Breakaway
 1956 The Count of Monte Cristo (TV Series)
- Sicily (1956) ... Montevido
 1956 The Iron Petticoat
Senator Howley
 1956 Port of Escape
Inspector Levins
 1954-1956 Rheingold Theatre (TV Series)
Mr. Marks / Slotterly / Percival Haverstraw / ...
- Ship Day (1956) ... Mr. Marks
- A Fast Buck (1956) ... Slotterly
- Another Day (1955) ... Percival Haverstraw
- Pattern for Glory (1954) ... Sam Kingston
 1956 Tales from Soho (TV Series)
Charlie Abbott
- The Rajah's Rope (1956) ... Charlie Abbott
 1955 Lilli Palmer Theatre (TV Series)
- Death Trap (1955) ... Leclerc
 1955 No Smoking
 1955 Cross-Up
 1955 As I Was Saying (TV Series)
- The Day Off (1955) ... Wharton
 1955 Two Grooms for a Bride
 1955 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Señor Gonzales
- The Legend of Pepito (1955) ... Señor Gonzales
 1955 Patrol Car (TV Series)
Nicholas Bardwell / Harry Disbrow
- The Man from Blackpool (1955) ... Harry Disbrow
 1955 The Hornet's Nest
Mr. Arnold
 1955 Shadow of Fear
Police sergeant
 1954 Fast and Loose (TV Series)
- Episode #1.4 (1954)
- Episode #1.3 (1954)
- Episode #1.2 (1954)
- Episode #1.1 (1954)
 1954 Mystery on Bird Island
 1954 The Fast Buck (TV Short)
 1954 Beau Brummell
Newspaper Man (uncredited)
 1954 The Golden Link
Arnold Debenham
 1954 Dance Little Lady
Joseph Miller
 1954 Double Exposure
Denis Clayton
 1954 The Blazing Caravan (Short)
 1953 Will Any Gentleman...?
Mr. Billing
 1953 Undercover Agent
 1953 House of Blackmail
 1953 The Square Ring
2nd Wiseacre
 1952 Penny Princess
MacNabb the Lawyer (uncredited)
 1952 Vampire Over London
Police Constable (uncredited)
 1951 Flesh & Blood
Coutts (uncredited)
 1949 The Interrupted Journey
Jerves Wilding
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Other Works:

The Merchant of Venice (1947). Comedy (revival/production played in repertory with King Lear, As You Like It, Volpone, Hamlet). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Donald Wolfit. New Century Theatre: 22 Feb 1947- 6 Mar 1947 (6 performances). Produced by Hall Shelton. Produced by arrangement with Advance Players ... See more »

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Corpulent character actor, who performed on the New York stage in the 1940s, and then played a succession of minor villains in British films. He is fondly remembered as Friar Tuck in Richard Greene's TV series The Adventures of Robin Hood (1955). Unfortunately, he found little gainful employment thereafter and committed suicide with barbiturates at the age of just 46.

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