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Stanley Page (I) (1932–2016)

Stanley Page was born on January 15, 1932 in Geelong, Victoria, Australia. He was an actor, known for Lost in London (1985), Final Demand (2003) and Crown Court (1972). He died on March 4, 2016 in England. See full bio »

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(age 84) in England

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Known For

Lost in London
Lost in London Train Guard
(1985)
Final Demand
Final Demand Paddy
(2003)
Crown Court
Crown Court Clerk of Court / Clerk of the Court / Jury Foreman
(1973-1978)
Three Days in Szczecin
(1976)

Filmography

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 2007 Doctors (TV Series)
Reg Whittle
- Gloria's Gift (2007) ... Reg Whittle
 2003 The Eustace Bros. (TV Series)
Harvey
- Episode #1.4 (2003) ... Harvey
 1986-2003 The Bill (TV Series)
Eddie Willis / Mr. Clarke / Bill Knight / ...
- 115 (2003) ... Eddie Willis
- Flesh and Blood (1997) ... Mr. Clarke
- Fallen Angel (1994) ... Bill Knight
- Careless Whispers (1991) ... Jeweller's Shop Manager
- Whose Side Are You On? (1986) ... Mr. Boone
 2003 Final Demand (TV Movie)
Paddy
 2002 Babyfather (TV Series)
Mr. Allison
- Episode #2.2 (2002) ... Mr. Allison
 2002 Casualty (TV Series)
Ronnie Wainwright
- Memories (2002) ... Ronnie Wainwright
 2000 City Central (TV Series)
Michael
- Death Becomes Her (2000) ... Michael
 1991 Ruth Rendell Mysteries (TV Series)
Newsagent
- From Doon with Death: Part One (1991) ... Newsagent
 1991 Boon (TV Series)
Court Clerk
- Trial and Error (1991) ... Court Clerk
 1985 Lost in London (TV Movie)
Train Guard
 1983 The Outsider (TV Series)
Oliver Prescott
- The Legacy (1983) ... Oliver Prescott
 1982 Angels (TV Series)
Mr. Hicks
- Episode #8.14 (1982) ... Mr. Hicks
- Episode #8.12 (1982) ... Mr. Hicks
 1981 Rosie (TV Series)
Husband
- You're Beautiful Miss Parkinson (1981) ... Husband
 1981 Juliet Bravo (TV Series)
Mr. Elwood
- New Arrivals (1981) ... Mr. Elwood
 1980 Armchair Thriller (TV Series)
Police Doctor
- The Circe Complex: Part 4 (1980) ... Police Doctor
 1980 The Spoils of War (TV Series)
Man in bar
- Winter of Discontent (1980) ... Man in bar
 1979 Fallen Hero (TV Series)
Mr. Purcell
- Episode #2.6 (1979) ... Mr. Purcell
 1979 The Dick Francis Thriller: The Racing Game (TV Series)
Field Book Operator
- Horses for Courses (1979) ... Field Book Operator
 1979 How We Used to Live (TV Series)
Caleb Ashworth
- Proposals (1979) ... Caleb Ashworth
 1977-1978 Emmerdale Farm (TV Series)
Mr. Prior
- Episode #1.472 (1978) ... Mr. Prior
- Episode #1.328 (1977) ... Mr. Prior
 1978 Sense of Place (TV Series)
Father
- Seawrack (1978) ... Father
 1978 The Ghosts of Motley Hall (TV Series)
Sound Man
- Ghost Writer (1978) ... Sound Man
 1977 Here I Stand... (TV Series)
Confessor
- The Testament of François Villon (1977) ... Confessor
 1976 Dickens of London (TV Mini-Series)
2nd Cronie
- Fame (1976) ... 2nd Cronie
 1976 Three Days in Szczecin (TV Movie)
Official
 1976 The XYY Man (TV Series)
Dawson
- The Execution (1976) ... Dawson
 1976 Clayhanger (TV Series)
Mr. Peartree
- The Exquisite Burden (1976) ... Mr. Peartree
 1974 Sam (TV Series)
Uncle
- Stay Single and Live for Ever (1974) ... Uncle
 1972 Nearest and Dearest (TV Series)
Harold
- Worker's Playtime (1972) ... Harold
 1972 The Last of the Baskets (TV Series)
2nd Drinker
- Nice Work If You Can Keep It (1972) ... 2nd Drinker
 1967-1968 Homicide (TV Series)
Frank Slater / Gordon Jones
- The Mask (1968) ... Frank Slater
- The Spectator (1967) ... Gordon Jones
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Personal Details

Other Works:

His theatre credits include: 'The Reverend Edward Peck' in "The Happiest Days of Your Life" by John Dighton (1984, Barbican, London, UK, directed by Clifford Williams ).
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Trivia:

British actor who lived and worked in Australia for many years, including in 1967 co-forming Melbourne actors' co-operative Company One with Frank Bren.

Star Sign:

Capricorn

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