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Terence Skelton

Terence Skelton is an actor, known for Victor Victoria (1982), Her Private Hell (1968) and The Sign of Four (1987). See full bio »
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 1997 Emmerdale (TV Series)
Thomas Molyneux
- Episode #1.2211 (1997) ... Thomas Molyneux
- Episode #1.2208 (1997) ... Thomas Molyneux
 1995 Heartbeat (TV Series)
- It's All in the Game (1995) ... Boothby
 1991 Let Him Have It
 1991 Coronation Street (TV Series)
Leonard Johnson
- Episode #1.3268 (1991) ... Leonard Johnson
 1989 After the War (TV Mini-Series)
Ted Mitchell
- Rise and Fall (1989) ... Ted Mitchell
 1987 The Sign of Four (TV Movie)
Captain Morstan
 1982 Victor Victoria
Deviant Husband
 1980 Ladykillers (TV Series)
Clerk of Assize
- Don't Let Them Kill Me on Wednesday (1980) ... Clerk of Assize
 1974 Heidi (TV Mini-Series)
Herr Sesemann
 1973 Softly Softly: Task Force (TV Series)
Donald Fraser
- Observation (1973) ... Donald Fraser
 1970 Mogul (TV Series)
First Officer
- Hey, We've Got a Problem Here (1970) ... First Officer
 1968 Her Private Hell
Bernie (as Terry Skelton)
 1964 The Winston Affair
Col. Burnside (as Terry Skelton)
 1961 Dentist on the Job
Sink Man (as Terry Skelton)
 1960 The Love of Mike (TV Series)
- Film Festival (1960) ... Photographer
 1958 The Diary of Samuel Pepys (TV Mini-Series)
First Captain
- Episode #1.2 (1958) ... First Captain (as Terry Skelton)

Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in David Thompson's translation of Euripedes' play, "Electra," at the Greenwich Theatre in Greenwich, London, England with Freda Dowie (for injured Sarah Badel), Derek Jacobi, Andrew Ray, Yvonne Mitchell, and Susan Bertish in the cast. Hovhanness I Pilikian was director.

Alternate Names:

Terry Skelton

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