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Barry Clayton (I) (1931–2011)

Barry Clayton was born in 1931 in Islington, London, England. He was an actor and director, known for Weekend World (1972), They Came to Wales (1970) and Count Duckula (1988). He died on December 29, 2011 in Islington. See full bio »

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Known For

Weekend World Director
(1973-1974)
(1970)
Count Duckula Narrator / Dr. Quackbrain
(1988-1993)
Odeon Cavalcade Director
(1973)

Filmography

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 2011 Waiting for a Stranger (Short)
Murder Witness
 2011/II Junk (Short) (voice)
 2010 Kitten in the Cat Trap (Short)
Grandpa
 2005 Rajan and His Evil Hypnotists (TV Series)
Voice Over
- Episode #1.6 (2005) ... Voice Over (voice)
- Episode #1.5 (2005) ... Voice Over (voice)
- Episode #1.4 (2005) ... Voice Over (voice)
- Episode #1.3 (2005) ... Voice Over (voice)
- Episode #1.2 (2005) ... Voice Over (voice)
 1988-1993 Count Duckula (TV Series)
Narrator / Dr. Quackbrain
- The Zombie Awakes (1993) ... Narrator / Dr. Quackbrain (voice)
- Venice a Duck Not a Duck (1993) ... Narrator (voice)
- Alps-a-Daisy (1993) ... Narrator (voice)
- Manhattan Duck (1993) ... Narrator (voice)
- The Rest Is History (1991) ... Narrator (voice)
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 1973 Odeon Cavalcade (Short)
 1970 They Came to Wales (Documentary short)
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 1973 Odeon Cavalcade (Short)
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 1970 They Came to Wales (Documentary short)
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 1973 Odeon Cavalcade (Short) (producer)
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 1973 Odeon Cavalcade (Short)
Himself - Commentator
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Provided Voice Intro to the song "The Number of the Beast" by Heavy Metal band Iron Maiden.
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Voiced the opening introduction to Iron Maiden's iconic 1982 song "The Number of the Beast". See more »

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