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Glyn Jones (I) (1931–2014)

Glyn Jones was born on April 27, 1931 in South Africa. He was an actor and writer, known for Stop! (1967), A King's Story (1965) and The Safety Net (1978). He died on April 2, 2014 in Vamos, Crete, Greece. See full bio »

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(age 82) in Vamos, Crete, Greece

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Known For

Stop!
Stop! Employer
(1967)
A King's Story
(1965)
The Safety Net
(1978)

Filmography

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 1984 The District Nurse (TV Series)
Dicon Grant
- Episode #2.3 (1984) ... Dicon Grant
 1983 Jury (TV Series)
Businessman
- Louise (1983) ... Businessman
 1982 Juliet Bravo (TV Series)
Harry Joyce
- Past Lives (1982) ... Harry Joyce
 1981 Prisoners of Conscience (TV Series)
Judge
- Nelson Mandela (1981) ... Judge
 1981 Bognor (TV Series)
Sir John Derby / Sir John Dercy
- Deadline: Part 2 - Who Goes Home? (1981) ... Sir John Derby
- Unbecoming Habits: Part 2 - Batty Tom (1981) ... Sir John Dercy
 1980 Escape (TV Series)
- Banned (1980)
 1979 Hazell (TV Series)
Meltzer
- Hazell and the Big Sleep (1979) ... Meltzer
 1979 The Liver Birds (TV Series)
Councillor Goddard
- The Best Things in Life Are Not Free (1979) ... Councillor Goddard
 1978 Breakaway Girls (TV Series)
Mr. Watkins
- Alison Watkins (1978) ... Mr. Watkins
 1977 Beryl's Lot (TV Series)
Police Constable
- Episode #3.2 (1977) ... Police Constable
 1975 Play for Today (TV Series)
Nami Phillips
- A Child of Hope (1975) ... Nami Phillips
 1974 Barlow at Large (TV Series)
Supt. March
- Sect (1974) ... Supt. March
 1969 Strange Report (TV Series)
Carter
 1969 The Expert (TV Series)
Geraint Leonard
- Eddie (1969) ... Geraint Leonard
 1966-1969 Softly Softly (TV Series)
Tom Evans / Pat Williams
- The Key (1966) ... Pat Williams
 1967 River Rivals (TV Series)
 1967 Stop! (Short)
Employer
 1963 24-Hour Call (TV Series)
Inspector
- The Night Walker (1963) ... Inspector
 1961 O Captain, My Captain (TV Movie)
Dutch Consular Offlcer
 1961 Amelia (TV Series)
Harris's footman
- Episode #1.2 (1961) ... Harris's footman
- Episode #1.1 (1961) ... Harris's footman
 1960 The Secret Kingdom (TV Mini-Series)
1st Man
- Episode #1.8 (1960) ... 1st Man
 1960 ITV Television Playhouse (TV Series)
- Act of Terror (1960)
 1959 Three Golden Nobles (TV Series)
2nd Serf
- Freedom! (1959) ... 2nd Serf
 1959 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Policeman
- No Friendly Star (1959) ... Policeman
 1959 The Infamous John Friend (TV Mini-Series)
Second Constable
- Episode #1.5 (1959) ... Second Constable
 1958 Queen's Champion (TV Mini-Series)
Andrews
- The Eve of the Armada (1958) ... Andrews
- The Trap (1958)
 1958 The Diary of Samuel Pepys (TV Mini-Series)
Roger Palmer, Lord Castlemaine / Roger Palmer
- Episode #1.4 (1958) ... Roger Palmer, Lord Castlemaine
- Episode #1.3 (1958) ... Roger Palmer
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Wrote a novel based upon the "Doctor Who" episode The Space Museum.

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South African-born actor and writer. Toured with the National Theatre Company in his native country before making his way to London, where he found employment with The Sunday Times, writing plays in his spare time. His plays have been produced in England, Germany and the United States. As an actor, he was best known for playing Krans in the 1974 "Doctor Who" episode "The Sontaran Experiment".

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