John Colin Smith
18 October 1928
|Died||25 February 1987 58) (aged|
John Collin (18 October 1928 – 25 February 1987) was a British actor frequently seen on UK television during the 1960s and 1970s, mainly in supporting roles such as ITC's The Saint (S5/E21).  Collin's best-known role was as Detective Sergeant Haggar in the long running BBC police series Z-Cars .  Another notable role was as Guardian officer Tom Weston in the 1971 ITV political fantasy The Guardians . 
He also played Mr. Alderson, the father-in-law of James Herriot, in both the television movie All Creatures Great and Small and the subsequent television series.   
|1962||The Pirates of Blood River||Lance||Uncredited|
|1963||The Three Lives of Thomasina||Villager||Uncredited|
|1965||Dead Man's Chest||Det. Insp. Briggs||Edgar Wallace Mysteries|
|1969||Before Winter Comes||Sgt. Woody|
|1970||The Last Escape||Sgt. Henry McBee|
|1971||Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me||Sergeant Woody|
|1973||Man at the Top||Wisbech|
|1975||All Creatures Great and Small||Mr. Alderson||TV movie|
|1981||The Guns and the Fury||Mr. Randolph|
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