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Kim Peacock (I) (1901–1966)

Kim Peacock was born on March 24, 1901 in Watford, Hertfordshire, England. He was an actor and writer, known for BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950), Midnight at the Wax Museum (1936) and Hit Parade (1952). He died on December 26, 1966 in Emsworth, Hampshire, England. See full bio »

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Hit Parade Writer
S.O.S. Mediterranean Le commandant Falcon


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 1966 The Three Musketeers (TV Mini Series)
Port Governor
- Scandal (1966) ... Port Governor
 1965-1966 Drama 61-67 (TV Series)
Brigadier / Stuart Darrow
- Drama '66: Don Quixote Go Home (1966) ... Brigadier
- Drama '65: A Question of Disposal (1965) ... Stuart Darrow
 1965 The Wednesday Play (TV Series)
Governor / Prison Governor
- The End of Arthur's Marriage (1965) ... Governor
- 3 Clear Sundays (1965) ... Prison Governor
 1964 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series)
- Acquit or Hang (1964) ... Byrn
 1962 Garry Halliday (TV Series)
First Councillor
- The Secret of Omar Khayam Part 7: Give and Take (1962) ... First Councillor
 1953 Flannelfoot
Tyrone Fraser
 1952 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
- A Hundred Years Old (1952) ... Antoñón
 1939 Dangerous Cargo
Cmdr. Falcon
 1938 S.O.S. Mediterranean
Le commandant Falcon
 1937 Captain's Orders
Aubrey Chaytor
 1936 Midnight at the Wax Museum
Nicholas Frome
 1936 Grand Finale
 1935 Expert's Opinion
Desmond Carter
 1935 The Mad Hatters
 1930 A Warm Corner
Count Toscani
 1929 The Crooked Billet
Philip Easton
 1929 The Clue of the New Pin
Tab Holland
 1929 The Manxman
Ross Christian (uncredited)
 1927 My Lord the Chauffeur
Philip Parr
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With Marjorie Westbury as wife Steve, played Francis Durbridge's sleuth Paul Temple in nine BBC Radio serials from October 1946 ("Paul Temple and the Gregory Affair") to April 1953 ("Paul Temple and Steve Again").

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