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Bernard Hepton

Bernard Hepton

Actor

Bernard Hepton (born 19 October 1925 - 27th July, 2018) was a British actor of stage, film and television. Hepton was known as a particularly versatile character actor. He trained at Bradford Civic Theatre school under Esme Church along with actors such as Robert Stephens. He had extensive stage experience as an actor, under Sir Barry Jackson in addition to a spell as Artistic Director of Birmingham Rep and Liverpool Playhouse. On television, he played Toby Esterhase in the BBC Television adaptations of Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy and Smiley's People, and George Smiley in the radio adaptations. He also played the Kommandant in Colditz (1972–74), and later appeared for the same production team as Albert Foiret in three seasons of Secret Army (1977–79). Before that he had made a guest appearance in an episode of the first series of Catweazle in 1970 where he played a naturalist. Other notable performances included Thomas Cranmer in both The Six Wives of Henry VIII (1970) and Elizabeth R (1971). He played Sam Toovey in the 1989 television adaptation of Susan Hill's ghost story The Woman in Black. On radio Hepton played the role of Albert, in Stranger In The Home by Alan Dapre, also the role of The Old Man in the Corner, the Baroness Orczy amateur, and mostly sedentary, sleuth in the BBC dramatizations called The Teahouse Detective (1998–2000). His appearances in feature film were less frequent. He made a brief appearance as Thorpey, a gangster in the classic British film Get Carter (1971), and had another small role, as Milton Goldsmith, in Voyage of the Damned (1976). He was a fan of the Rugby League team Hunslet Hawks and also played stand-off for them in the 1952/53 season, winning a Yorkshire Cup Medal. Description above from the Wikipedia article Bernard Hepton, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Born: October 19, 1925 in Bradford, England

Died: July 27, 2018 (Age 92)

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Bernard Hepton Movies & TV Credits
Title Rating Job Role(s) Year
Movie
6.9
Actor Bishop 1988
Movie
5.5
Actor Soames 2002
Movie
6.9
Actor Milton Goldsmith 1976
Movie
8
Actor Diner at Feast for Lord Wendover 1975
Movie
6
Actor Commander Leighton 1985
Movie
6.9
Actor Cranmer 1972
Movie
7.8
Actor Thorpe 1971
Movie
8.3
Actor G.O.C. 1982
Movie
5.8
Actor Slowak 1990
Movie
5
Actor Captain Amies 1985
TV Show
7
Actor (5 Episodes) 1962-1978
TV Show
8.3
Actor (43 Episodes) 1977-1979
TV Show
8.5
Actor (28 Episodes) 1972-1974
TV Show
8
Actor (1 Episode) 1997
TV Show
6.8
Actor (1 Episode) 1981-1991
TV Show
7.4
Actor (27 Episodes) 1974-1976
TV Show
7.4
Actor Cyril Fitton
(1 Episode)
1970-1971
TV Show
7.4
Actor (1 Episode) 1971-1973
TV Show
7.7
Actor (1 Episode) 1970-1984
TV Show
7.4
Actor (1 Episode) 1965-1983
TV Show
7.4
Actor (1 Episode) 1973-1978
TV Show
7.5
Actor Bridges
(1 Episode)
1969-1975
Movie
7.1
Actor Mr. Woodhouse 1996
Movie
6.8
Actor Sam Toovey 1989
Movie
7.7
Actor Raymund de Penjaforte 1986
Limited Series
8.7
Actor Toby Esterhase
(8 Episodes)
1982-1982
Limited Series
8.6
Actor Toby Esterhase
(7 Episodes)
1979-1979
Limited Series
7.8
Actor (6 Episodes) 1987
Limited Series
6.8
Actor Sir Thomas Bertram
(6 Episodes)
1983-1983
Limited Series
6.8
Actor (6 Episodes) 1981-1981
Limited Series
8
Actor Archbishop Cranmer
(1 Episode)
1971-1971
Limited Series
8.8
Actor Pallas
(12 Episodes)
1976-1976
Limited Series
8
Actor (4 Episodes) 1970-1970
Limited Series
7.3
Actor Inspector Goole
(3 Episodes)
1982-1982
Title Rating Job Role(s) Year
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