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Charles Ross (III)

Charles Ross is an actor, known for The Salvage Gang (1958), Soldier, Soldier (1960) and As Long as They're Happy (1955). See full bio »

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Known For

The Salvage Gang
The Salvage Gang Pat's Father
Soldier, Soldier
As Long as They're Happy
As Long as They're Happy Existentialist
Pygmalion Actor


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 1965 The Wednesday Play (TV Series)
 1960 An Arabian Night (TV Movie)
 1960 Soldier, Soldier (TV Movie)
 1959 World Theatre (TV Mini-Series)
2nd Catholic soldier
- Mother Courage and Her Children (1959) ... 2nd Catholic soldier
 1958-1959 William Tell (TV Series)
Major / Fritz
- The Traitor (1959) ... Major
- The Golden Wheel (1958) ... Fritz
 1958 The Salvage Gang
Pat's Father
 1958 Television World Theatre (TV Series)
Police Messenger
- The Captain of Koepenick (1958) ... Police Messenger
 1958 The Vise (TV Series)
Tom Weeks
- Diamond Follies (1958) ... Tom Weeks
 1957 Miracle in Soho
2nd German on Street (uncredited)
 1955 The Adventures of Annabel (TV Series)
Minister of Culture
- Busman's Holiday (1955) ... Minister of Culture
 1955 As Long as They're Happy
 1952 Portrait by Rembrandt (TV Movie)
 1951 At Your Service, Ltd. (TV Series)
- Train Thieves (1951) ... Regan
 1951 The Inch Man (TV Series)
- Midnight Blues (1951) ... Harris
 1949 The Case of Thomas Pyke (TV Movie)
 1948 Pygmalion (TV Movie)
 1947 Victoria Regina (TV Movie)

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Other Works:

He directed the revue, "4 to the Bar", at the Oxford Playhouse in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England with Ian Wallace, Bryan Blackburn, Peter Reeves and Rose Hill in the cast.

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