|Born||19 February 1915|
|Died||1 November 2012 (aged 97)|
|Years active||1946-1987 (film & TV)|
Joan Newell (1915–2012) was a British actress primarily known for her television roles, but who also appeared in films and on stage.She co-starred with John Slater in the 1953 series Johnny, You're Wanted . Amongst her most prominent later roles was that of Meg Owen in the series The Doctors and its spinoff Owen, M.D. .
The year 1968 in television involved some significant events. Below is a list of television-related events in 1968.
The year 1966 in television involved some significant events. Below is a list of television-related events in that year.
The year 1965 in television involved some significant events. Below is a list of television-related events in 1965.
The year 1964 in television involved some significant events. Below is a list of television-related events which occurred in that year.
The year 1962 involved some significant events in television. Below is a list of notable events of that year.
Raymond Charles Barrett was an Australian actor. During the 1960s, he was a leading actor on British television, where he was best known for his appearances in The Troubleshooters (1965–1971). From the 1970s, he appeared in lead and character roles in Australian films and TV series.
Vito Giusto Scozzari, known professionally as Vito Scotti, was an American character actor who played both dramatic and comedy roles on Broadway, in films, and later on television, primarily from the late 1930s to the mid-1990s. He was known as a man of a thousand faces for his ability to assume so many divergent roles in more than 200 screen appearances in a career spanning 50 years and for his resourceful portrayals of various ethnic types. Born of Italian heritage, he was seen playing everything from a Mexican bandit, to a Russian doctor, to a Japanese sailor, to an Indian travel agent.
William Alonzo "Cat" Anderson was an American jazz trumpeter known for his long period as a member of Duke Ellington's orchestra and for his wide range, especially his ability to play in the altissimo register. A versatile player who also included the instruments at some point in his recordings, the bugle, flugelhorn, piano, saxophone, trombone and violin.
Anglo-Amalgamated Productions was a British film production company, run by Nat Cohen and Stuart Levy, which operated from 1945 until roughly 1971. Low-budget and second features, often produced at Merton Park Studios, formed much of its output. It was the UK distributor of many films produced by American International Pictures (AIP), who distributed AA's films in the United States.
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."
Jon Lormer was an American actor, known for his guest and supporting roles in television series, such as the 1960s' Star Trek, The Twilight Zone, Perry Mason, Peyton Place, and mega movie performance in Creepshow as Nathan Grantham
Michael Fox was an American character actor who appeared in numerous films and television shows. Some of his most famous recurring roles were as various autopsy physicians in Perry Mason, as Coroner George McLeod in Burke's Law, as Amos Fedders in Falcon Crest, and as Saul Feinberg in The Bold and the Beautiful.
Thomas Stephen Gries was an American TV and film director, writer, and film producer.
NBC Daytime was the daytime programming block of NBC. It historically featured many soap operas, game shows, and talk shows. Its main competitors were CBS Daytime and ABC Daytime.
Ben Cooper was an American actor of film and television, who won a Golden Boot Award in 2005 for his work in westerns.
The following are the "Top 100 Greatest Films of All Time" according to the worldwide opinion polls conducted by Sight & Sound and published in the journal's September 2012 issue. They published the critics' list, based on 846 critics, programmers, academics, and distributors, and the directors' list, based on 358 directors and filmmakers. Sight & Sound, published by the British Film Institute, has conducted a poll of the greatest films every 10 years since 1952.
Bartlett Whitney Robinson was an American actor who performed on radio, the stage, in films, and on television for five decades. In 1943 he was the first actor of several performers who provided the voice of the title character on the radio version of Perry Mason. Later, as a character actor in films and on television, he was often cast in roles of authority figures, such as military officers, wealthy ranchers, corporate executives, doctors, and judges. Robinson appeared in 21 films from 1956 to 1973 and in over 110 television productions between 1949 and 1982. He was also credited as Bart Robinson.
This is the filmography of actress Jacqueline Scott. She appeared in over 100 feature films, television series, and on the Broadway stage between 1956 and 2009. She performed in Westerns, Dramas, and Science Fiction genres. She was once referred to as "The Youngest Old-Timer in Business" by TV Guide due to the fact that she played opposite a majority of all the well-known leading men of her day throughout the 1950s into the 1970s.