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Andrew Staines (I) (1937–2016)

Andrew Staines was born on February 11, 1937 in Marylebone, London, England as Andrew Gardner Dixson Staines. He was an actor, known for Doctor Who (1963), The Woman in White (1982) and The Prince and the Pauper (1976). He died on September 16, 2016 in London. See full bio »

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Known For

Doctor Who Keaver / Captain / Goodge / Sergeant to Benik
The Woman in White Mr. Wansborough
A Handful of Thieves Mr. Stanley


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 1982 The Woman in White (TV Mini Series)
Mr. Wansborough
- Episode #1.4 (1982) ... Mr. Wansborough
 1976 The Prince and the Pauper (TV Series)
- Episode #1.2 (1976) ... Courtier
 1968-1974 Doctor Who (TV Series)
Keaver / Captain / Goodge / ...
- Planet of the Spiders: Part Six (1974) ... Keaver
- Planet of the Spiders: Part Five (1974) ... Keaver
- Planet of the Spiders: Part Four (1974) ... Keaver
- Planet of the Spiders: Part Two (1974) ... Keaver
- Planet of the Spiders: Part One (1974) ... Keaver
 1971 Justice (TV Series)
Clerk of Magistrates
- The Rain It Raineth (1971) ... Clerk of Magistrates
 1969 A Handful of Thieves (TV Mini Series)
Mr. Stanley
- Stop Thief! (1969) ... Mr. Stanley
- Find Mr. Gribble! (1969) ... Mr. Stanley
 1969 Adventure Weekly (TV Series)
Football fan
- United Effort (1969) ... Football fan
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 2016 Who's Round (TV Series)
- Andrew Staines (2016) ... Self (voice)
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 2011 The U.N.I.T Family: Part Two (Video documentary short)
Prof Goodge
 2007 Rogue Time Lords (Video documentary short)
Goodge (uncredited)

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Replaced Terence Donovan as "Sergeant to Benik" on Doctor Who: The Enemy of the World: Episode 4 (1968).

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