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Arnold Yarrow

Arnold Yarrow was born on April 17, 1920 in London, England. He is known for EastEnders (1985), Doctor Who (1963) and Warship (1973). See full bio »

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Known For

EastEnders Mr. Bloom / Benny
Doctor Who Bellal
Warship Writer
Crown Court Writer


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 1971 Barlow (TV Series) (script editor - 3 episodes)
- Heat of the Sun (1971) ... (script editor)
- Come to Dust (1971) ... (script editor)
- A Welcome in the Hillside (1971) ... (script editor)
 1969-1971 Softly Softly: Task Force (TV Series) (script editor - 42 episodes)
- Cash and Carry (1971) ... (script editor)
- Black Equals White (1971) ... (script editor)
- Held for Questioning (1971) ... (script editor)
- In the Public Gaze (1971) ... (script editor)
- Games (1971) ... (script editor)
 1968-1969 Softly Softly (TV Series) (script editor - 37 episodes)
- Write Off (1969) ... (script editor)
- We Shall Miss You (1969) ... (script editor)
- Wild Goose (1969) ... (script editor)
- General Post (1969) ... (script editor)
- One Thing Leads to Another (1969) ... (script editor)
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He acted in Frank Hilton's play, "Day of the Prince," at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England in an English Stage Company production with Angela Baddeley, Pauline Boty, Christopher Sandford, Bernard Bresslaw, and Bari Johnson in the cast. Keith Johnstone was director.


5' 3" (1.6 m)

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As of the death of Earl Cameron on July 3, 2020, he is the oldest living actor to have appeared in Doctor Who (1963).

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