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Ian Trigger (1938–2010)

Ian Trigger was born on September 30, 1938 in Plymouth, Devon, England. He was an actor, known for The Fantastic Four (1994), Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1972) and Countess Dracula (1971). He died on January 6, 2010 in King's College Hospital, Denmark Hill, London, England. See full bio »

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 1994 The Fantastic Four
 1974 Napoleon and Love (TV Mini Series)
- Rose (1974) ... Raguideau
 1973 Alice Through the Looking Glass (TV Movie)
 1972 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Frog Footman (as Peter Trigger)
 1972 The Chastity Belt
Lucky Charm Seller
 1971 It's Awfully Bad for Your Eyes, Darling (TV Series)
- The Flat to Ourselves (1971) ... Gideon
 1971 Bright's Boffins (TV Series)
- Seeing Stars (1971) ... Eddie
 1971 Up Pompeii
 1971 Six Dates with Barker (TV Series)
Imaginary Man
- 1971: Come in and Lie Down (1971) ... Imaginary Man
 1971 Countess Dracula
 1971 That's Your Funeral (TV Series)
Wee Georgie
- Winning the Ashes (1971) ... Wee Georgie
 1970 Tales of Unease (TV Series)
- Bad Bad Jo Jo (1970) ... Dennis
 1969 Pickwick (TV Movie)
 1969 Ken Dodd & the Diddymen (TV Series)
 1968 Diamonds for Breakfast
Popov's assistant (uncredited)
 1968 Knock Three Times (TV Series)
- The House in the Wood (1968) ... Goblin
 1968 Ooh La La! (TV Series)
- What a Wedding (1968) ... Bobin
 1967 The Stanley Baxter Show (TV Series)
Various Roles
- Episode #2.4 (1967) ... Various Roles
 1967 Kenilworth (TV Mini Series)
- The Black Arts (1967) ... Hobgoblin
- The Sparrow's Lure (1967) ... Hobgoblin
 1967 The Forsyte Saga (TV Series)
- Afternoon at Ascot (1967) ... Greenwater
 1967 Beggar My Neighbour (TV Series)
Bank Teller
- An Education in Itself (1967) ... Bank Teller
 1966 The Corridor People (TV Series)
- Victim as Whitebait (1966) ... Nonesuch (as William Trigger)
 1966 The Wednesday Play (TV Series)
Morris Todd
- Toddler on the Run (1966) ... Morris Todd
 1966 Frankie Howerd (TV Series)
- Episode #2.6 (1966)
 1965 Up Jumped a Swagman
Man Outside Jewellers (uncredited)
 1965 Theatre 625 (TV Series)
- Portraits from the North: The Nutter (1965) ... Operator
 1965 A Slight Case of... (TV Series)
- Opium (1965)
 1965 Hugh and I (TV Series)
- Episode #4.8 (1965)
- The Critics (1965)
 1964 The Big Noise (TV Series)
Rev. Wadmore
- The Ledge (1964) ... Rev. Wadmore
 1964 World of His Own (TV Series)
- Episode #1.6 (1964)
 1964 Story Parade (TV Series)
R. Sammy
- The Caves of Steel (1964) ... R. Sammy
 1964 Dr. Finlay's Casebook (TV Series)
Sandy McKinley
- The True Lochiel (1964) ... Sandy McKinley
 1964 Dixon of Dock Green (TV Series)
Snip Tailor
- A Bit of Ol' Moggy (1964) ... Snip Tailor
 1962 The Dark Island (TV Series)
- Episode #1.5 (1962) ... Attendant
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical, "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat," in an Young Vic Production at the Albery Theatre in London, England with Peter Reeves, Alex McAvoy (played Jacob), Gary Bond (played Joseph), Joan Heal, Paul Brooke, Sam Cox, Peter Blake, Gordon Waller (played Pharoah), and Kevin ... See more »

Alternate Names:

Peter Trigger | William Trigger

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