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Charles Workman is an actor, known for A Picture of Autumn (1957), Wideawake (1957) and Cardillac (2005). See full bio »

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Known For

A Picture of Autumn
A Picture of Autumn Sir Charles Denham
Wideawake Frank Stayman
Cardillac Le Gentilhomme
Women in Love
Women in Love Gittens


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 2005 Cardillac (TV Movie)
Le Gentilhomme
 1971 From a Bird's Eye View (TV Series)
Old Man
- Nobody Sleeps on a Honeymoon (1971) ... Old Man
 1970 Biography (TV Series)
1st Doctor
- Beethoven (1970) ... 1st Doctor
 1970 Manhunt (TV Series)
Music Shop Owner
- Machine (1970) ... Music Shop Owner
 1970 Doctor in the House (TV Series)
- Nice Bodywork - Lovely Finish (1970) ... Poacher
 1969 Women in Love
Gittens (uncredited)
 1969 Mogul (TV Series)
 1969 The First Lady (TV Series)
- I'm Talking About Us (1969) ... Harries
 1969 The Inside Man (TV Series)
Morgue Attendant
- The Spy Vanishes (1969) ... Morgue Attendant
 1968 Late Night Horror (TV Series)
Lord Sannox
- The Kiss of Blood (1968) ... Lord Sannox
 1966 Ransom for a Pretty Girl (TV Mini-Series)
- Episode #1.4 (1966) ... Doctor
 1966 Quick Before They Catch Us (TV Series)
Mr. Brown
- Power of Three: Part 2 (1966) ... Mr. Brown
 1957 A Picture of Autumn (TV Movie)
Sir Charles Denham

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Other Works:

He acted in Ray Cooney's play, "Chase Me Comrade", at the Northampton Repertory Theatre in Northampton, Northamptonshire, England with Harriet Buchan, Ivan Stafford, Lesley Nunnerley, Paul Mead, John Craig, Anthony Pedley, Diana Oxford and Adam Verney in the cast. Willard Stoker was the director. See more »

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