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Richard Mayes (I) (1922–2006)

Richard Mayes was born on December 26, 1922 in Luton, Bedfordshire, England. He was an actor, known for Top Secret! (1984), Gandhi (1982) and Doctor Who (1963). He was married to Beryl King. He died on October 22, 2006 in Barnet, London, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Top Secret! Biletnikov
(1984)
Gandhi Baker
(1982)
Doctor Who Chief Baxter
(1968)
(1998)

Filmography

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 2005 Casualty (TV Series)
Max
- Paper Moon (2005) ... Max
 2004 Waking the Dead (TV Series)
Martin Raynor
- In Sight of the Lord: Part 2 (2004) ... Martin Raynor
- In Sight of the Lord: Part 1 (2004) ... Martin Raynor
 2004 Doctors (TV Series)
Sydney
- A Soft Touch (2004) ... Sydney
 2004 The Bill (TV Series)
Victor Lovett
- 189: Forgiveness (2004) ... Victor Lovett
 2002 Emmerdale Farm (TV Series)
Jedediah 'Jed' Dingle
- Episode #1.3333 (2002) ... Jedediah 'Jed' Dingle
 2001 Another Life
Prison chaplain
 2000 The Great Indoors (Short)
Doctor White
 1998 Middleton's Changeling
Vermandero
 1997 Heartbeat (TV Series)
Bill Dyson
- Friendly Fire (1997) ... Bill Dyson
 1996 Coronation Street (TV Series)
Judge
- Episode #1.4110 (1996) ... Judge
 1994 Screen Two (TV Series)
Tom
- Criminal (1994) ... Tom
 1992 Van der Valk (TV Series)
Farmer
- Proof of Life (1992) ... Farmer
 1985 Dempsey and Makepeace (TV Series)
Fetterman
- Set a Thief (1985) ... Fetterman
 1984 Juliet Bravo (TV Series)
Chairman of the Magistrates
- Getting Away with It (1984) ... Chairman of the Magistrates
 1984 Top Secret!
Biletnikov
 1982 Gandhi
Baker
 1980 Escape (TV Series)
Prison Governor
- Alfred Hinds (1980) ... Prison Governor
 1980 Spy! (TV Series)
Military attaché
- John Vassall (1980) ... Military attaché
 1978 Tycoon (TV Series)
Tom Vyner
- Clark's Last Coup (1978) ... Tom Vyner
- Anything But the Truth (1978) ... Tom Vyner
- Dirty Water Under the Bridge (1978) ... Tom Vyner
- Personal Account (1978) ... Tom Vyner
 1977-1978 A Bunch of Fives (TV Series)
Mr. Oakley
- Celebration (1978) ... Mr. Oakley
- Making Deals (1978) ... Mr. Oakley
- The Letter (1978) ... Mr. Oakley
- The Mock (1978) ... Mr. Oakley
- Playback (1978) ... Mr. Oakley
 1978 Wings (TV Series)
The General
- The Price (1978) ... The General
- Guardian Angel (1978) ... The General
- Forward Action (1978) ... The General
 1976 The Crezz (TV Series)
Policeman
- The Spanish Succession (1976) ... Policeman
 1968 Doctor Who (TV Series)
Chief Baxter
- Fury from the Deep: Episode 4 (1968) ... Chief Baxter
- Fury from the Deep: Episode 1 (1968) ... Chief Baxter
 1963 The Plane Makers (TV Series)
Syd Colson
- You Can't Beat the System (1963) ... Syd Colson
 1962 Emergency-Ward 10 (TV Series)
Factory Manager
- Episode #1.500 (1962) ... Factory Manager
 1962 Oliver Twist (TV Mini Series)
Man
- Episode #1.12 (1962) ... Man
 1961 Probation Officer (TV Series)
Thorpe
- Episode #3.8 (1961) ... Thorpe
 1961 A for Andromeda (TV Series)
Teacher
- The Murderer (1961) ... Teacher
 1961 Philoctetes (TV Mini Series)
Sailor
- Part 2 (1961) ... Sailor
- Part 1 (1961) ... Sailor
 1961 Deadline Midnight (TV Series)
Walter Meyer
- One Way Ticket (1961) ... Walter Meyer
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Carlo Goldoni's play, "The Artful Widow", that was adapted by Frederick Davies and Sparks for Greenwich Theatre in London, England with Diane Cilento, Frank Barrie, Richard Kane, Timothy Carlton, Michael Deacon and John Kane in the cast. Ian Watt Smith was the director. See more »

Spouse:

Beryl King  (his death)  (2 children)

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