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Jonathan Rigby

Jonathan Rigby is an actor and film historian best known for playing Kenneth Horne in the West End stage show and BBC Four film Round the Horne... Revisited (2004). Other appearances include WPC 56 (2014) and Lennon Naked (2010). He was also series consultant on the BBC documentaries A History of Horror with Mark Gatiss (2010) and its sequel ... See full bio »


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Brought to Book: Hammer Novelisations
Brought to Book: Hammer Novelisations Himself, author of 'Studies in Terror: Landmarks of Horror Cinema'
Tall Stories: The Making of Rasputin the Mad Monk
Tall Stories: The Making of Rasputin the Mad Monk Himself, author of 'Christopher Lee: The Authorised Screen History'


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 2013 Her Ways to Roam (Short) (completed)
George Clifton
 2017 Father Brown (TV Series)
- The Chedworth Cyclone (2017) ... Commentator
 2016 Borley Rectory
Harry Price
 2015 Tales from the Amicus Crypt (Video short)
 2014 WPC 56 (TV Series)
Boxing Commentator
- Dead Man Dancing (2014) ... Boxing Commentator
 2010 A History of Horror with Mark Gatiss (TV Mini-Series documentary)
 2010 Lennon Naked (TV Movie)
Cynthia's Lawyer
 2005 The Bill (TV Series)
George Cox
- 354 (2005) ... George Cox
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Writer for Marvel Magazines' 'Hammer Horror'. See more »

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