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Col. Lyle C. Rumford / Eric Prince / Nelson Brenner / Oscar Finch
Eric Prince / Oscar Finch / Nelson Brenner / ...
Dr. Sid Rafferty
Number Six / Number Twelve
- Fall Out
... Number Six (uncredited)
Gilbert Stoner / Father Hanbury
Vance / Tony Mason
Jocko / Migual
Appeared in Georg Büchner
's play, "Danton's Death," at the Lyric Opera House in Hammersmith, London, England, in a 59 Theatre Company production with 'Patrick Wymark' (q), James Maxwell, John Turner, 'Fulton MacKay', Harold Lang, Peter Sallis
, Lee Fox, Maxwell Shaw, Dilys Hamlett
, Avril Elgar
and June Bailey in the cast. Caspar
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22 Articles |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
Paddy Fitz | Joseph Serf
6' 1½" (1.87 m)
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(1977)] a disaster ... the most miserable job I've ever done in my life ... a total frustration from start to finish ... The scripts [were] monstrous pieces of garbage, [with] no time to rewrite them ... There were too many people in charge and all passing the buck. I counted them. There were 11 people who thought that they were the 'creators' of this load of garbage. But you ...
Played the same regular character (John Drake) in two different series of Danger Man: Danger Man
(1960) and Secret Agent
(1964). His The Prisoner
(1967) character, Number Six, may also have been intended to be Drake (although McGoohan has always denied this while George Markstein
, who co-created the series with McGoohan, continually said he was).
Almost always played monstrously arrogant, egotistical characters
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