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David Kelsey (II) (1932–1996)

David Kelsey was born on June 16, 1932 in Hull, Humberside, England as David Anthony Kelsey. He was an actor, known for The Saint (1962), The Champions (1968) and Department S (1969). He died in April 1996 in Denville Hall, Northwood, London, England. See full bio »

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The Saint
The Saint Dennis / Miles
The Champions
The Champions Travers
Department S
Department S Film Director
The Sword in the Web
The Sword in the Web Marc Fielding


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 1969 Department S (TV Series)
Film Director
- The Man Who Got a New Face (1969) ... Film Director
 1969 The Champions (TV Series)
- Nutcracker (1969) ... Travers
 1967-1969 The Saint (TV Series)
Dennis / Miles
- The Man Who Gambled with Life (1969) ... Dennis
- The Counterfeit Countess (1967) ... Miles
 1968 Orlando (TV Series)
Lord Willy Tapwater
- Lets Be Hairy Together (1968) ... Lord Willy Tapwater
 1968 The Dickie Henderson Show (TV Series)
Vivian Drummond / Julian Torrington-Brown
- The Politician (1968) ... Vivian Drummond
- Cold Comfort (1968) ... Julian Torrington-Brown
 1965 Robert and Elizabeth (TV Movie)
 1965 The Airbase (TV Series)
Squadron Leader Heatherton
- A Young Man's Fancy (1965) ... Squadron Leader Heatherton
- Art for Art's Sake (1965) ... Squadron Leader Heatherton
- We Are Never Knowingly Undersold (1965) ... Squadron Leader Heatherton
- Peace at Any Price (1965) ... Squadron Leader Heatherton
- The Natives Grow Restless (1965) ... Squadron Leader Heatherton
 1964 The Wednesday Play (TV Series)
- A Crack in the Ice (1964) ... Guard
 1964 Paris 1900 (TV Series)
- Half a Husband (1964) ... Joseph
 1964 Baxter On... (TV Series)
Various Roles
- Baxter on Theatre (1964) ... Various Roles
 1963 Maupassant (TV Series)
- The Inheritance (1963) ... Pitolet
 1962 The Sword in the Web (TV Series)
Marc Fielding
- The Double Agent (1962) ... Marc Fielding
- The Alibi (1962) ... Marc Fielding
- The Informer (1962) ... Marc Fielding
- The Senegalese (1962) ... Marc Fielding
- The British Pilot (1962) ... Marc Fielding
 1962 Dixon of Dock Green (TV Series)
Alan Corby
- The Flemish Giant (1962) ... Alan Corby
 1961 The Happiest Days of Your Life (TV Movie)

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Other Works:

He directed Tennessee Williams' play, "A Streetcar Named Desire", at the Liverpool Playhouse Theatre in Liverpool, Merseyside, England with Natasha Parry, Tom Chadbon, Jenny Oulton and Philip Guard in the cast.

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