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Richard Mottau

Richard Mottau is an actor, known for Pardon My Genie (1972), Armchair Theatre (1956) and The Sweeney (1975). See full bio »

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Known For

Pardon My Genie
(1972)
Armchair Theatre
(1973)
The Sweeney
(1978)
Get Some In!
(1975-1976)

Filmography

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 1978 The Sweeney (TV Series)
Peck
- Feet of Clay (1978) ... Peck
 1977 ITV Playhouse (TV Series)
Keith
- Last Summer (1977) ... Keith
 1975-1976 Get Some In! (TV Series)
Erk
- Field Exercise (1976) ... Erk
- Coke (1976) ... Erk
- Boots (1975) ... Erk
 1975 Rooms (TV Series)
Keith
- Gertrud and Tim: Part 2 (1975) ... Keith
- Gertrud and Tim: Part 1 (1975) ... Keith
 1973 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
Pete
- Brussels Sprouts-Boy Scouts (1973) ... Pete
 1972 Pardon My Genie (TV Series)
Boy
- Second Coat (1972) ... Boy
 1971 Please Sir! (TV Series)
Kevin Duffy
- A Rather Nasty Break (1971) ... Kevin Duffy
 1969 The Benny Hill Show (TV Series)
Schoolboy
- Is This Your Life? (1969) ... Schoolboy (uncredited)
 1968 The Benny Hill Show (TV Series)
- Episode #8.4 (1968)

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