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Alan Hay (I) (–1989)

Alan Hay was an actor, known for The Haunting of M. (1979), A Handful of Dust (1988) and Double Exposure (1977). He died on October 14, 1989. See full bio »


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Known For

The Haunting of M.
A Handful of Dust
A Handful of Dust Club Porter
Double Exposure
Double Exposure Ian Paterson
Canned Laughter
Canned Laughter Pianist


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 1989 Shadow of the Noose (TV Mini-Series)
Lord Justice Stirling
- Turn Again (1989) ... Lord Justice Stirling
 1988 A Handful of Dust
Club Porter
 1983 The Nation's Health (TV Series)
- Chronic (1983)
 1982 Take Three Women (TV Series)
- Kate (1982) ... Dennis
 1980 The Taming of the Shrew (TV Movie)
 1979 The Haunting of M.
 1979 Canned Laughter (TV Short)
 1977 Love for Lydia (TV Series)
M.C. at Dance
- Episode #1.4 (1977) ... M.C. at Dance
 1977 Double Exposure
Ian Paterson
 1977 Romance (TV Series)
Major Crawford
- Emily (1977) ... Major Crawford
 1976 BBC2 Playhouse (TV Series)
Dr. Percival
- The Mind Beyond: The Love of a Good Woman (1976) ... Dr. Percival
 1975 Sadie, It's Cold Outside (TV Series)
1st Man
- Episode #1.3 (1975) ... 1st Man
 1974 Napoleon and Love (TV Mini-Series)
 1973 Six Days of Justice (TV Series)
Dr. Page
- Case for Committal (1973) ... Dr. Page
 1973 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
Carol's father
- That Sinking Feeling (1973) ... Carol's father
 1973 Play for Today (TV Series)
- Access to the Children (1973) ... Chairman
 1970 Mystery and Imagination (TV Series)
Butler / Bar pianist
- Sweeney Todd (1970) ... Butler
- The Suicide Club (1970) ... Bar pianist
 1964 Crossroads (TV Series)
Gordon Jenkins

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