Abineri, John b. May 18, 1928 d. June 29, 2000 Actor. Appeared three times in the "Doctor Who" British Science Fiction series. Appeared as Ranquin in "The Power of Kroll" (1978), as Richard Railton in "Death to the Daleks" (1974), and as General Carrington in "The Ambassadors of Death" (1970). Unknown*, Location of Body is Unknown * Find A Grave is currently seeking additional burial information for this individual. Please email with any updates you may have. Thank you!
Ainley, Anthony b. August 20, 1932 d. May 3, 2004 British Actor. He was most famous for portraying the longest recurring roll as "The Master" on the long running "Doctor Who" sci-fi television series. He was born into an acting family, being the son of actor Henry Ainley and brother of actor Richard Ainley. His many movie and TV credits include "The Land That Time Forgot", "The Blood Of Satan's Claw", "The Avengers", "Upstairs Downstairs", and "Nicholas Nickleby". (Bio by: Dave Crouse) Unknown* * Find A Grave is currently seeking additional burial information for this individual. Please email with any updates you may have. Thank you!
Allen, Ronald b. December 16, 1930 d. June 18, 1991 Actor. He was an English character performer who was popular in both films and television. Trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, he began his career working in repertory theatre. He made his big screen debut in "A Night to Remember" (19580, followed by "A Circle of Deception" (1960). His other film credits included "Cleopatra" (1963), "Hell Boats" (1970), "Beware My Brethren" (1972), "The Supergrass" (1985) and "Eat the Rich" (1987). He had his best success in British...[Read More] (Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith) Reading Cemetery and Crematorium, Caversham, Reading Borough, Berkshire, England
Armitage, Graham b. April 24, 1936 d. March 6, 1999 Actor. He was born in Manchester, England and died in South Africa. His film and television credits include "Cry, the Beloved Country," "Kickboxer 5," "Daisy," "The Gods Must Be Crazy III," "Going Bananas," "Shaka Zulu,""Open All Hours," "The Naked Civil Servant,""Two's Company," "Wodehouse Playhouse," "Nearest and Dearest," "Z Cars," "The Boy Friend,""Public Eye," "The Devils," "The Music Lovers," "The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes,""Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)," "The First Churchills," "...[Read More] (Bio by: Genet) Manchester Crematorium, Manchester, Metropolitan Borough of Manchester, Greater Manchester, England
Badcoe, Brian b. August 11, 1925 d. October 20, 1992 Actor. He was born in Cardiff, Wales and died in England. His film and television credits include "A Man for All Seasons," "Oliver Twist,""Mata Hari," "Kim," "Fanny by Gaslight," "Nineteen Eighty Four," "Crossroads,""Upstairs, Downstairs," "Doctor Who," "Dixon of Dock Green," "Doomwatch," "The Saint," "The Avengers," and "The First Lady." He was married to actress, Hilda Braid. (Bio by: Genet) Swansea Crematorium, Swansea, Swansea, Wales
Barry, Morris b. February 9, 1918 d. November 5, 2000 Television Program Director. He directed a number of episodes of the long running and popular British science fiction series "Doctor Who", among them were "The Moonbase (1967)", "The Tomb of the Cybermen (1967)" and "The Dominators (1968)". He also played the part of 'Tollund' in "The Creature from the Pit" in 1979. Breakspear Crematorium, Ruislip, London Borough of Hillingdon, Greater London, England
Bernard, Paul b. June 20, 1929 d. September 25, 1997 A director and production designer of the 1960s and 1970s. The Doctor Who stories Frontier in Space 1973, Day of the Daleks 1972 and The Time Monster 1972 are among his credits. (Bio by: Bailey) Cremated, Ashes scattered
Birrel, Peter b. July 19, 1935 d. June 23, 2004 Actor. He appeared in film and television credits that included "Sharpe's Company," "Around the World in 80 Days" "War and Remembrance," "London's Burning," "If Tomorrow Comes," "Arch of Triumph," "Freud," "The Great Riviera Bank Robbery," "Lillie," "Marie Curie," "Alexander the Greatest," "Freelance," "Lord Mountdrago," "I Was a Doctor Who Monster," "Just for You," and "Doctor Who: Thirty Years in the Tardis." He was married to British actress, Stephanie Cole from 1995 until he died of cancer. (Bio by: Genet) Cause of death: Cancer Haycombe Cemetery and Crematorium, Bath, Bath and North East Somerset Unitary Authority, Somerset, England
Blyton, Carey b. March 14, 1932 d. July 13, 2002 Composer. He was educated at Beckenham and Penge Grammar School, and decided to learn the Piano after contracting polio in 1947. He studied music at Trinity College of Music until 1957, when he won a scholarship at the Royal Danish Academy of Music. Throughout the 1960s and 1970s he worked successfully as a lecturer and music editor, working closely with Benjamin Britten for seven years. His first break into television and film music came in the 1960s when he was asked to write the advertising...[Read More] (Bio by: js) Beckenham Cemetery and Crematorium, Beckenham, London Borough of Bromley, Greater London, England
Burgon, Geoffrey b. July 15, 1941 d. September 21, 2010 Composer. Though he penned a large number of respected classical works, he shall probably be better remembered for the television scores he wrote and often conducted. Coming to music at a rather late age, he became a self-taught jazz trumpeter in his mid-teens, and later studied composition at London's Guildhall School of Music and Drama; after supporting himself with his trumpet for several years he decided, at around 30, to sell his instruments and devote himself to composition. Though he had...[Read More] (Bio by: Bob Hufford) St John the Baptist Churchyard, Bisley, Surrey Heath Borough, Surrey, England
Cary, Tristram b. May 14, 1925 d. April 24, 2008 Composer. He pioneered in electronic music and wrote scores for numerous popular British films and television shows, including the "Doctor Who" series. Born in Oxford, he was the son of renowned novelist Joyce Cary. After serving in the British Royal Navy during World War II, Cary attended Oxford and began to write and teach music. In 1955, he made his big screen debut with the composition for the film "The Ladykillers" and in 1967 established the electronic music studio at the Royal College...[Read More] (Bio by: C.S.) Cremated, Ashes scattered, Ashes were scattered at the site of his first main studio at Fressingfield, Suffolk, England.
Cawdron, Robert Chattey b. December 29, 1921 d. September, 1997 Actor. Born in Garches, France, he is best known for his role as Detective Inspector Cherry from 1956 to 1965 on "Dixon of Dock Green." Film and television credits include "London Conspiracy," "Madhouse," "Doomwatch," "The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes," "Z Cars," "Doctor Who," "The Six Wives of Henry VIII," "The First Lady," "The Avengers," "The Saint," and "The Fighting Prince of Donegal," "The Massingham Affair," "Sir Francis Drake," "Saturday Night and Sunday Morning,""Danger Man," "...[Read More] (Bio by: Genet) East London Cemetery and Crematorium, Newham, London Borough of Newham, Greater London, England
Coleridge, Sylvia b. December 10, 1909 d. May 31, 1986 British Actress. She was born in Darjeeling, India and died in London, England. Film and television credits include "Bleak House," "Tess," "Rebecca," "Henry VIII," "Jude the Obscure," "Pride and Prejudice," "The Importance of Being Earnest," "Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV," "Rumpole of the Bailey," "Coronation Street," "The Onedin Line," "Dixon of Dock Green," "Doctor Who" "Z Cars," "The Tomorrow People," and "The Avengers." (Bio by: Genet) East London Cemetery and Crematorium, Newham, London Borough of Newham, Greater London, England
Copley, Peter b. May 20, 1915 d. October 7, 2008 Actor. He was a performer of the British stage, films and television since the 1930s. He was born in Bushey, Hertfordshire, England and educated at the Old Vic School before beginning his career on stage in 1932. After his first memorable film role in the 1950 picture "Golden Salamander", Copley had credits in "The Card" (1950), "Foreign Intrigue" (1956), "The Knack" (1965), "Help!" (1965), "Quatermass and the Pit" (1967), "The Shoes of the Fisherman" (1968) and "Empire of the Sun" (1987)...[Read More] (Bio by: C.S.) Unknown* * Find A Grave is currently seeking additional burial information for this individual. Please email with any updates you may have. Thank you!
Courtney, Nicholas b. December 16, 1929 d. February 22, 2011 Actor. He is best known for his role as Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge Stewart in the popular British TV series "Doctor Who". Born William Nicholas Stone Courtney in Egypt, the son of a an English diplomat, he was educated in Egypt, France and Kenya before joining the the National Service. After his military experience Courtney fulfilled his ambitions of becoming an actor, as he trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, and followed this with stage performances while a member...[Read More] (Bio by: C.S.) Golders Green Crematorium, Golders Green, London Borough of Barnet, Greater London, England
Craze, Michael b. November 29, 1942 d. December 7, 1998 Actor. Born in Newquay, Cornwall, UK, he began his career as a boy soprano, playing in Boy Scout gang shows. At twelve he appeared in West End musicals such as "The King and I", "Plain and Fancy" and "Damn Yankees". His singing career, however, ended with his change of voice. After school, he performed in repertory theater at Harrogate. He debuted on television in the series "Family Solicitor" which was followed by an appearance in "Armchair Theatre" in 1958. He was offered the role of Able...[Read More] (Bio by: Iola) Cremated, Ashes scattered, A portion of ashes scattered on the river Thames, the rest is with his family