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Kenneth MacLeod (II) (1927–2003)

Kenneth MacLeod was born on January 6, 1927 in Broadstairs, Kent, England as Kenneth MacLeod-Johnstone. He was an actor, known for Lilli Palmer Theatre (1955), Stand by to Shoot (1953) and BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950). He was married to Diane Hart. He died on January 31, 2003 in the UK. See full bio »

Died:

(age 76) in UK

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Known For

Lilli Palmer Theatre
(1956)
Stand by to Shoot
Stand by to Shoot Stirling Orr
(1953)
Simon and Laura
(1955)

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 1956 Lilli Palmer Theatre (TV Series)
Robert
- Just Off Piccadilly (1956) ... Robert
 1955 Simon and Laura (TV Movie)
Joe
 1953 Stand by to Shoot (TV Mini-Series)
Stirling Orr
- Falling Star (1953) ... Stirling Orr
 1950 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Herald
- Othello/II (1950) ... Herald
- Othello (1950) ... Herald
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 1976 Get 'Em Off (Documentary short)
Himself - Narrator
 1961 Stories from Lakeland (Documentary short)
Himself - Narrator
 1959 Belle of Kent (Documentary short)
 1959 Find the Singer (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode #1.18 (1959) ... Himself
- Episode #1.17 (1959) ... Himself
- Episode #1.16 (1959) ... Himself
- Episode #1.15 (1959) ... Himself
- Episode #1.14 (1959) ... Himself
 1957 Down Somerset Way (Documentary short)
Himself - Narrator
 1957 Donegal (Documentary short)
Himself - Commentator
 1957 Enchanted Cities (Documentary short)
Himself - Narrator
 1957 The Emerald Island (Documentary short)
Himself - Commentator
 1956 My Wildest Dream (TV Series)
Himself - Peacemaker
- Episode dated 8 May 1956 (1956) ... Himself - Peacemaker
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