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Haydn Wood (I)

Haydn Wood is an actor, known for Lifeforce (1985), Doctor Who (1963) and Softly Softly: Task Force (1969). See full bio »

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Known For

Lifeforce Helicopter Pilot
(1985)
Doctor Who O'Hara
(1975)
Softly Softly: Task Force Forrest / Porter
(1973-1974)
(1982)

Filmography

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 1985 The Bill (TV Series)
T.V. Reporter
- Hostage (1985) ... T.V. Reporter
 1985 Mixed Doubles (TV Series)
Nigel
- Home Is Where the Art Is (1985) ... Nigel
 1985 Lifeforce
Helicopter Pilot
 1984 Scarecrow and Mrs. King (TV Series)
Scotland Yard Man
- To Catch a Mongoose (1984) ... Scotland Yard Man
 1982 The Barretts of Wimpole Street (TV Movie)
Charles Barrett
 1981 The Borgias (TV Mini-Series)
Captain
- Part 7 (1981) ... Captain
 1975 Doctor Who (TV Series)
O'Hara
- Planet of Evil: Part Two (1975) ... O'Hara
- Planet of Evil: Part One (1975) ... O'Hara
 1973-1974 Softly Softly: Task Force (TV Series)
Forrest / Porter
- Alert (1974) ... Forrest
- Time-Table (1973) ... Porter
 1974 Fall of Eagles (TV Mini-Series)
Officer
- Dress Rehearsal (1974) ... Officer
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 2007 Planetary Performance: Acting in Doctor Who (Video documentary short)
O' Hara (uncredited)
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Played Lieutenant/Guard On Train In the original 1979 production of the play Bent by Martin Sherman. See more »

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