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Arnold Diamond (18 April 1915 – 18 March 1992) was an English character actor, regularly cast in small parts on television such as in The Avengers 1967 episode entitled Who's Who when he played Krelmar. 
He graduated from RADA in 1936, and his stage work included the RSC, and three years in Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap in the West End (1954-1957).    In a long career, he was cast in a variety of roles, but frequently in 'foreigner' roles, and often as policemen.  Indeed, his most remembered role is probably that of Colonel Latignant in the 1960s ITC series The Saint with Roger Moore.  The character of Latignant was one of the few recurring characters in the series' long run. 
Towards the end of his career he appeared in the BBC comedy series In Sickness and in Health as Mr Rabinsky,  Alf Garnett's Jewish tight neighbour with a black hat and long beard.
Warren Mitchell was a British actor. He was a BAFTA TV Award winner and twice a Laurence Olivier Award winner.
Dandy Nichols was an English actress best known for her role as Else Garnett, the long-suffering wife of the character Alf Garnett who was a parody of a working class Tory, in the BBC sitcom Till Death Us Do Part.
John Welsh was an Irish actor.
Johnny Speight was an English television scriptwriter of many classic British sitcoms.
Albert Geoffrey Bayldon was an English actor. After playing roles in many stage productions, including the works of William Shakespeare, he became known for portraying the title role of the children's series Catweazle (1969–70). Bayldon's other long-running parts include the Crowman in Worzel Gummidge (1979–81) and Magic Grandad in the BBC television series Watch (1995).
Wilfrid Hyde-White was a British character actor of stage, film and television. He achieved international recognition for his role as Colonel Pickering in the film version of the musical My Fair Lady (1964).
Samuel John Kydd was a British-Irish actor. His best-known roles were in two major British television series of the 1960s, as the smuggler Orlando O'Connor in Crane and its sequel Orlando. He also played a recurring character in Coronation Street. Kydd's first film was The Captive Heart (1946), in which he played a POW. He made over 290 films, more than any other British actor, including 119 between 1946 and 1952.
Michael Hugh Medwin, OBE was an English actor and film producer.
Horace Raymond Huntley was an English actor who appeared in dozens of British films from the 1930s to the 1970s. He also appeared in the ITV period drama Upstairs, Downstairs as the pragmatic family solicitor Sir Geoffrey Dillon, and other television shows, such as the Wodehouse Playhouse,, in 1975..
Victor Jack Maddern was an English actor. He was described by The Telegraph as having "one of the most distinctive and eloquent faces in post-war British cinema."
Phokion Stavros Plytas, known professionally as Steve Plytas, was a Greek film and television actor based in the United Kingdom.
Erik Chitty, was an English stage, film and television actor.
Ann A Lancaster was a well-known character actress who appeared in many British films, television shows and in theatre.
Percy Herbert was an English actor. He worked predominantly from the 1950s into the 1970s and became one of the most recognisable faces in post-war British cinema.
William John Phillips MC was an English actor. He is known for the role of Chief Superintendent Robins in the television series Z-Cars and for his work as a Shakespearean stage actor.
George Gertan Klauber was a British bit part character actor.
Albert Patrick Jordan was a British stage, film and television actor.
Thomas Foster "Jack" Raine was an English stage, television and film actor.
Martin Wyldeck was an English actor who played a wide range of parts over many years on stage, screen and TV. He also appeared in the first episode of the TV series Fawlty Towers, as Sir Richard Morris.
Frank Forsyth, sometimes credited as Frank Forsythe, was an English actor, active from the 1930s. He was born on 19 December 1905 in London, England. He appeared in several TV programmes, including Department S (1969), The Adventures of Black Beauty (1972) and Journey to the Unknown (1968), as well as numerous films including eight of the Carry On films. He died on 2 May 1984 in Poole, England.