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David Nettheim (1925–2008)

David Nettheim was born on July 10, 1925 in Sydney, Australia as David Cosman Nettheim. He was an actor and writer, known for Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1986), Bliss (1985) and Yes, It's the Cathode-Ray Tube Show! (1957). He died on March 11, 2008 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. See full bio »

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 2001 Love Is a Four-Letter Word (TV Series)
Judge
- Help (2001) ... Judge
 1998 Wildside (TV Series)
Brian Leech
- Episode #1.20 (1998) ... Brian Leech
 1997 Paws
Rabbi
 1995 The Third Stroke (Short)
Older Man
 1991-1994 G.P. (TV Series)
Murray Phipps
- More Out of Life (1994) ... Murray Phipps
- The Road Not Taken (1992) ... Murray Phipps
- Who Lives, Who Dies (1991) ... Murray Phipps
- Memories (1991) ... Murray Phipps
 1992 A Country Practice (TV Series)
Peter West
- Survivors: Part 2 (1992) ... Peter West
 1991 Frank Einstein (voice)
 1990 The Lancaster Miller Affair (TV Mini-Series)
Dr. Tallman
 1986 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (TV Movie)
Mr. Hyde (voice)
 1986 Kidnapped
Voice (voice)
 1985 Bliss
Cornelius
 1982-1984 Sons and Daughters (TV Series)
Scott Thompson
- Episode #1.450 (1984) ... Scott Thompson
- Episode #1.356 (1984) ... Scott Thompson
- Episode #1.353 (1984) ... Scott Thompson
- Episode #1.63 (1982) ... Scott Thompson
- Episode #1.62 (1982) ... Scott Thompson
 1983 Who Killed Baby Azaria? (TV Movie)
Bookwriter
 1980-1982 Prisoner: Cell Block H (TV Series)
George Logan / Magistrate / Mr. Carter / ...
- Episode #1.308 (1982) ... George Logan
- Episode #1.303 (1982) ... George Logan
- Episode #1.302 (1982) ... George Logan
- Episode #1.301 (1982) ... George Logan
- Episode #1.249 (1982) ... Magistrate
 1979 A Place in the World (TV Mini-Series)
 1978 Glenview High (TV Series)
- The Homecoming (1978)
 1978 Ripkin (TV Movie)
Andrew Clifford
 1976 Arena (TV Movie)
 1974 Microbes and Men (TV Series)
Professor Deville
- A Germ Is Life (1974) ... Professor Deville
 1974 Dial M for Murder (TV Series)
Leonidas
- Contract (1974) ... Leonidas
 1972 The Pied Piper
Kulik (as David Netheim)
 1972 Spyder's Web (TV Series)
Grolik
- Lies and Dolls (1972) ... Grolik
 1971 BBC Play of the Month (TV Series)
Molière
- Tartuffe (1971) ... Molière
 1971 Elizabeth R (TV Mini-Series)
Thomas Phelippes
- Horrible Conspiracies (1971) ... Thomas Phelippes
 1970 Never Mind the Quality, Feel the Width (TV Series)
Rabbi Stone
- And Ecumenicals to You, as Well (1970) ... Rabbi Stone
 1970 Biography (TV Series)
Barwitz
- I Measured the Skies (1970) ... Barwitz
 1969 The Promise
Stepfather
 1969 Z Cars (TV Series)
Cooper
- Allegation: Part 1 (1969) ... Cooper
 1968 Resurrection (TV Mini-Series)
2nd Judge
- Dmitri (1968) ... 2nd Judge
 1968 Virgin of the Secret Service (TV Series)
Kontell
- Persuasion of a Million Drops (1968) ... Kontell
 1968 ITV Playhouse (TV Series)
John Ruggles
- The Photographer (1968) ... John Ruggles
 1967 Mogul (TV Series)
Dr. Mayer
- Good Lord No, It's Illegal (1967) ... Dr. Mayer
 1967 Man in a Suitcase (TV Series)
Leader
- Man from the Dead (1967) ... Leader
 1967 The Prisoner (TV Series)
Doctor
- The Schizoid Man (1967) ... Doctor
 1967 The Saint (TV Series)
Inspector Umberto Crepi
- Simon and Delilah (1967) ... Inspector Umberto Crepi
 1967 The Baron (TV Series)
Cravos
- Night of the Hunter (1967) ... Cravos
 1965 Out of the Unknown (TV Series)
Analyst
- The Midas Plague (1965) ... Analyst
 1965 Masquerade
Photographer (uncredited)
 1965 Public Eye (TV Series)
Teddy Booram
- 'And a Very Fine Fiddle Has He' (1965) ... Teddy Booram
 1963-1965 Crane (TV Series)
Aziz / Chavez
- A Cargo of Cornflour (1965) ... Aziz
- Bad Company (1963) ... Chavez
 1964 Thorndyke (TV Series)
Stalker
- Percival Bland's Brother (1964) ... Stalker
 1964 Compact (TV Series)
Arthur Plum
- To Catch a Thief (1964) ... Arthur Plum
 1963 The Avengers (TV Series)
Umberto Equi
- Death a La Carte (1963) ... Umberto Equi
 1963 Friday Night (TV Series)
Rabbi
- Harold Was Alright (1963) ... Rabbi
 1960 Emergency-Ward 10 (TV Series)
Dr. John MacDermot
- Episode #1.330 (1960) ... Dr. John MacDermot
- Episode #1.327 (1960) ... Dr. John MacDermot
- Episode #1.325 (1960) ... Dr. John MacDermot
 1959-1960 The Army Game (TV Series)
Professor Fanshawe / Professor Spratt
- A Rocket Called FRED (1960) ... Professor Fanshawe
- The Camera Never Lies (1959) ... Professor Spratt
 1959 No Hiding Place (TV Series)
Korski
- No Wreath for Clive (1959) ... Korski
 1959 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series)
Stenographer
- The Winner (1959) ... Stenographer
 1959 The Budds of Paragon Row (TV Series)
Mr. Fellowes
- Proud of Them (1959) ... Mr. Fellowes
- Trouble Brewing (1959) ... Mr. Fellowes
- The Accident (1959) ... Mr. Fellowes
- The Neighbours Meet Vicky and Mal (1959) ... Mr. Fellowes
 1959 Make Mine a Million
Professor
 1959 The Flying Doctor (TV Series)
The Chemist
- Woman Hunt (1959) ... The Chemist
 1957 Before Your Very Eyes (TV Series)
- Episode #6.3 (1957)
- Episode #6.2 (1957)
 1957 The Adventures of Long John Silver (TV Series)
Lieutenant Leon
- Turnabout (1957) ... Lieutenant Leon
 1957 Yes, It's the Cathode-Ray Tube Show! (TV Series)
Various Characters (1957) (voice)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Thornton Wilder's play, "The Skin of Our Teeth," in a Chichester Festival Theatre production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, Sussex, England with Millicent Martin, Pauline Jameson, Maureen O'Brien, Simon Ward, Clive Revill, Hubert Gregg, and the voices of John Clements, Alec Guinness, Laurence ... See more »

Alternate Names:

David Netheim

Height:

5' 8½" (1.74 m)
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Trivia:

Australian-born child actor from the age of two. His mother was a theatrical actress, singer and elocution teacher. He shared the stage with her in "The Trojan Women" at the age of seven. In the 1940's, Nettheim worked as a director and writer for radio drama. He also helped establish several important theatrical companies, before his move to the U.K. in 1956. Performed on stage at the West End ... See more »

Star Sign:

Cancer

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