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Overview (3)

Born in Seven Kings, Ilford, Essex, England, UK
Died in London, England, UK  (brain tumor)
Birth NameVictor Jack Maddern

Mini Bio (1)

Victor Maddern was born on March 16, 1926 in Seven Kings, Ilford, Essex, England as Victor Jack Maddern. He was an actor, known for I'm All Right Jack (1959), Four Desperate Men (1959) and Exodus (1960). He was married to Joan Neuville. He died on June 22, 1993 in London, England.

Spouse (1)

Joan Neuville (1949 - 22 June 1993) ( his death) ( 4 children)

Trade Mark (1)

Often played sergeants or corporals

Trivia (5)

He would turn down scripts containing profanity such as the film Lifeforce (1985), in which he was considered for the roles of Dr. Armstrong, the Brash Guard and the Fatherly Guard.
Graduated from RADA after serving with the Merchant Navy.
At one time ran a public speaking school, The Talking Point, which counted politicians among its clients.
Dark-haired, thin-lipped British cockney character actor, who specialised in playing tough privates, NCO's and sergeants. Occasionally seen in comedic roles, including in some of the 'Carry On' films.
For some time, he operated a mushroom farm in Essex.

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