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Born on August 11, 1916 in Glasgow, Scotland.
Died on December 9, 1995 from complications after an operation.


TV Appearances

(1988)Gentlemen and Players-One for Sorrow Two for Joy (Lord Collier)
(1984)"That's My Boy"-Where There's a Will (Mr. Thoroughgood)

(1981) "Bless Me Father" - A Mixed-Up Marriage (Mr. Goldman)
© London Weekend Television (LWT)

(1980)"Minder" - Don't Tell Them Willie Boy Was Here (Boxing Commentator)

Both images ©Euston Films

(1979)Skyes-Six Million Dollar Skyes
(1978)"The Sweeney" - Victims (Tommy Swain)
(1978)"The Rag Trade" - Self Defence (Mr. Harris)
(1974)Mahler(Uncle Arnold)
(1972)"Film Night"
(1971)A Hole Lot of Trouble (Bert)
(1967) "Z Cars" - Finch and Sons Part 1(Ben Roberts)
(1967)After Many a Summer(Clancy)
(1966-1967) "All Square" (Various)
(1964)"Crossroads" (Mr. O'Neill)
(1963)The Girl Hunters (Nat Drutman)

(1963)A Stitch in Time (Chauffeur)

Both images ©The Rank Organisation

(1963)Love Story-Some Grist from Mervyn's Mill (Shapiro)
(1962)The Night of the Prowler (Benny)
(1960) "It's a Square World"(Various)
(1960)The Royal variety Show
(1960)Dial for Music-Jan 29
(1958-1959)"After Hours" (Various)
(1958)Carry On Sergeant (Recruit)
(1956)My Wife's Family (Arnold)
(1956)Keep It Clean (Tarbottom)
(????)Friends and Neighbors (Arthur Honeybee)
(1949) "How Do You View?" (Mr. Pegg)

Images in this section used with permission from:
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AYBS Stats

Menwear Department

AYBS timeframe : 1981


"The Erotic Dreams of Mrs. Slocombe"
"Closed Circuit"
"Heir Apparent"





Production Associate

(1972)Savage Messiah


Radio Shows

(1957-60) Round the Bend

Breakfast with Braden- Featured singers Pearl Carr and Benny Lee.

Audio/Video/Books/Official Websites

(1962)The Night of the Prowler (music: "Let's Twist It Around")

"Those Wonderful Radio Years" CD

(Picture in this section used with permission from ).





(1973)The Farm (Royal Court Theater)
(1965)Say Who You Are
(1950)Seagulls Over Sorrento (Apollo Theater)

TV Play

(1965) "Thirty-Minute Theatre" - Portrait of a Madonna(Porter)

(Michael (For letting me use this image of Benny Lee and info from his Swalwelluk website)).