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Donald Waugh is an actor, known for Shock Treatment (1981), Kelly's Heroes (1970) and Bugsy Malone (1976). See full bio »

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Shock Treatment
Shock Treatment Glish Davidson
Kelly's Heroes
Bugsy Malone
Bugsy Malone Snake Eyes
BBC2 Play of the Week
BBC2 Play of the Week Shoe-Shine Boy


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 1978-1992 Look and Read (TV Series)
 1981 Shock Treatment
Glish Davidson
 1978-1980 Grange Hill (TV Series)
Joseph 'Hughsey' Hughes / Hughsey
- Doyle's Downfall (1980) ... Joseph 'Hughsey' Hughes
- Who Dares Wins? (1980) ... Joseph 'Hughsey' Hughes
- Episode #3.11 (1980) ... Joseph 'Hughsey' Hughes
- Episode #3.10 (1980) ... Joseph 'Hughsey' Hughes
- Episode #3.9 (1980) ... Joseph 'Hughsey' Hughes
 1979 Kids (TV Series)
Stevie Miller
- Diana (1979) ... Stevie Miller
 1978 BBC2 Play of the Week (TV Series)
Shoe-Shine Boy
- Fearless Frank (1978) ... Shoe-Shine Boy
 1976 Are You Being Served? (TV Series)
Little Boy
- The Father Christmas Affair (1976) ... Little Boy
 1976 Bugsy Malone
Snake Eyes
 1970 Kelly's Heroes
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 2003 After They Were Famous (TV Series documentary)
- Bugsy Malone (2003) ... Himself
 1985 Words Words Words (TV Movie)
Himself - Host

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