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Dennis Arthur Robert Chinnery
14 May 1927
|Died||29 February 2012 84) (aged|
|Spouse(s)||Pat Kerr (?-2012) (his death)|
Dennis Chinnery (14 May 1927 – 29 February 2012) was a British actor, noted for his performances in television.  
Following National service in the navy, he studied acting at RADA, graduating in 1949.   His theatre work included appearances at the Old Vic. 
His TV credits include: Hancock's Half Hour , Dixon of Dock Green , Z-Cars , Softly, Softly , The Saint , The Avengers , The Prisoner , The Champions , Public Eye , Special Branch , Oh Brother! , The Laughter of a Fool, Thriller and Survivors . 
He also appeared in three Doctor Who serials - The Chase ,  Genesis of the Daleks and The Twin Dilemma .  The character Dr Chinnery in The League of Gentlemen was named after him. He was born at Romford, Essex, to Arthur F Chinnery and his wife Dorothy (née Mills).
Chinnery was also an artist and painter.   
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