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Ian Whitcomb (1941–2020)

Ian Whitcomb was born on July 10, 1941 in Woking, Surrey, England. He was an actor and composer, known for Fido (2006), Contact (1997) and Encino Man (1992). He was married to Regina Whitcomb. He died on April 19, 2020 in Pasadena, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Fido Soundtrack
Contact British Anchor
Encino Man Soundtrack
Sextette Soundtrack


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 2014 Mother Superior 3: Satan's Daughter (Video)
Father Thomas
 2014 His Lover's Son (Video)
 2013 Lesbian One Night Stand (Video)
Bartender (uncredited)
 2012 His Mother's Lover (Video)
The Headmaster
 2012 Table for Twelve (Video)
 2010-2012 Ave 43 (TV Series)
Dr. Hurtem
- Chapter Forty Seven (2012) ... Dr. Hurtem
- Chapter Twenty Five (2011) ... Dr. Hurtem
- Chapter Twenty Three (2011) ... Dr. Hurtem
- Chapter Twenty Two (2011) ... Dr. Hurtem
- Chapter Twenty (2010) ... Dr. Hurtem
 2012 Forbidden Lovers (Video)
 2011 6 1/2 Weeks (Video)
Lee (uncredited)
 2004 Open House
Dr. Santee
 2000 Stanley's Gig
Smiling Jack
 1997 A Christmas Carol (Video)
Opening Narrator (voice)
 1997 The Weird Al Show (TV Series)
Sir Alec
- One for the Record Books (1997) ... Sir Alec
 1997 Contact
British Anchor
 1965 Ian Whitcomb: N-E-R-V-O-U-S! (Music Video short)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Book: "After the Ball", 1968 See more »

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Official Sites:

Official Website


Regina Whitcomb  (his death)

Did You Know?


Singer, pianist, ukulele player, songwriter, author, Radio DJ, television presenter and actor. His grandfather H.J. Whitcomb co-founded film production company British Screen Classics in 1925, and his father pianist Pat Whitcombe appeared in one of the films.

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