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Jimmy Logan (II) (1928–2001)

The legendary Scottish entertainer came from a family of entertainers. He started by selling programmes then moved onto operating theatre lights at the age of 8 and performing a cowboy act at 10. He was an assistant manager at 15, tackled juvenile leads and landed his own show at the Metropole Theatre Glasgow at 19. By 1950 ha had his own radio ... See full bio »

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Known For

Carry on Abroad Bert Conway
(1972)
Bookie Archie McAteer
(1988)
Carry on Girls Cecil Gaybody
(1973)
Den ofrivillige golfaren Roderic McDougall
(1991)

Filmography

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 1999 My Life So Far
Tom Skelly
 1999 The Debt Collector
Valerie's father
 1997-1999 Rab C. Nesbitt (TV Series)
Mr. Grogan
- Fruit (1999) ... Mr. Grogan
- Heat (1999) ... Mr. Grogan
- Property (1998) ... Mr. Grogan
- New (1998) ... Mr. Grogan
- Binge (1997) ... Mr. Grogan
 1999 Captain Jack
Foula Constable
 1998 Lucia
Presbyterian minister
 1996 The Ring of Truth (TV Movie)
Grandad
 1996 The Big Picnic (TV Movie)
Colours
 1996 Doctor Finlay (TV Series)
Bob McNair
- The Life of Men (1996) ... Bob McNair
 1995 The Upper Hand (TV Series)
Boss
- Quantum Leap (1995) ... Boss
 1993 Tis' the Season to be Jolly (TV Movie)
Dentist
 1991 Den ofrivillige golfaren
Roderic McDougall
 1990 Alabama (Short)
McGuffin
 1989 Taggart (TV Series)
Bernie Sullivan
- Flesh and Blood Part Three (1989) ... Bernie Sullivan
- Flesh and Blood Part One (1989) ... Bernie Sullivan
 1989 Winners and Losers (TV Mini Series)
Archie McAteer
- Episode #1.3 (1989) ... Archie McAteer
- Episode #1.2 (1989) ... Archie McAteer
- Episode #1.1 (1989) ... Archie McAteer
 1988 Bookie (TV Series)
Archie McAteer
- Cardinal Sin (1988) ... Archie McAteer
- Deep Water (1988) ... Archie McAteer
 1985 High Road (TV Series)
Major Groves
- Episode #1.301 (1985) ... Major Groves
- Episode #1.300 (1985) ... Major Groves
- Episode #1.299 (1985) ... Major Groves
- Episode #1.298 (1985) ... Major Groves
- Episode #1.297 (1985) ... Major Groves
 1983 The Mad Death (TV Mini Series)
Bill Stanton
- Episode #1.3 (1983) ... Bill Stanton
- Episode #1.2 (1983) ... Bill Stanton
- Episode #1.1 (1983) ... Bill Stanton
 1982 Living Apart Together
Jake
 1982 Play for Tomorrow (TV Series)
Joe Brown
- The Nuclear Family (1982) ... Joe Brown
 1981 Doctors' Daughters (TV Series)
Chief-Con. McTavish
- Needle Match (1981) ... Chief-Con. McTavish
 1980 Charles Endell, Esq (TV Series)
Sammy MacPhee
- Stuff Me a Flamingo (1980) ... Sammy MacPhee
 1973 Carry on Girls
Cecil Gaybody
 1972 Carry on Abroad
Bert Conway
 1972 Doctor in Charge (TV Series)
Mr. McCorquodale
- The Black and White Medical Show (1972) ... Mr. McCorquodale
 1969 W. Somerset Maugham (TV Series)
Bridge player
- The Three Fat Women of Antibes (1969) ... Bridge player
 1968 Iolanthe (TV Movie)
Pte. Willis
 1967 The Bruce Forsyth Show (TV Series)
Guest
- Episode #2.2 (1967) ... Guest
 1965 The Wild Affair
Craig
 1952 All Your Own (TV Series)
Presenter (as James Logan)
 1949 Floodtide
Tim Brogan
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Bill Bryden's play, "The Big Picnic," at the Harland and Wolf Theatre in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland with Russell Hunter, Morag Hood, Sebastian Graham Jones, and Lewis Allan in the cast. Bill Bryden was also director.

Alternate Names:

James Logan

Spouse:

Angela  (his death) | See more »
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Trivia:

His funeral was performed at the Glasgow Cathedral in Glasgow, Scotland. He was later cremated at Clydebank Crematorium in Scotland. See more »

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