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Keith Peacock (1931–1966)

Keith Peacock was born in 1931. He is known for his work on Psycho-Circus (1966), Bang! Bang! You're Dead! (1966) and Casino Royale (1967). He died on November 1, 1966 in Perivale, Middlesex, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Psycho-Circus
Psycho-Circus Security Man
(1966)
Bang! Bang! You're Dead!
(1966)
Casino Royale
Casino Royale Stunts
(1967)

Filmography

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 1967 The Prisoner (TV Series)
2nd Guardian
- Arrival (1967) ... 2nd Guardian
 1966 Orlando (TV Series)
Limehouse
- The Tables Turned (1966) ... Limehouse
 1966 Psycho-Circus
Security Man
 1966 Bang! Bang! You're Dead!
Philippe
 1966 The Plague of the Zombies
Zombie (uncredited)
 1965 Out of the Unknown (TV Series)
Crewman
- Sucker Bait (1965) ... Crewman
 1964 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series)
PC Fred
- Deep and Crisp and Stolen (1964) ... PC Fred
 1964 No Hiding Place (TV Series)
Corporal
- Line of Fire (1964) ... Corporal
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 1967 Casino Royale (stunts - uncredited)
 1966 Softly Softly (TV Series) (stunt double - 1 episode)
- Heart of Brass (1966) ... (stunt double: David Scheuer - uncredited)
 1964 The 7th Dawn (stunts - uncredited)
 1962 Carry on Cruising (stunt personnel - uncredited)
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Peacock was fatally injured during the filming of an episode of the BBC police drama Softly Softly (1966) in a West London factory. He fell backwards from a ladder, striking his head on a concrete floor.

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