Tom Georgeson

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Tom Georgeson
Born (1937-08-08) 8 August 1937 (age 86)

Tom Georgeson (born 8 August 1937) is an English actor, known for his television and film work. His most notable credits have been supporting parts in Between the Lines (1992–94) and in three dramas by Alan Bleasdale: Boys from the Blackstuff (1982), Scully (1984), and G.B.H. (1991). He appeared as the lawyer's clerk Clamb in the BBC One serial Bleak House (2005).

Other television work has included roles in police and hospital dramas such as Holby City , Juliet Bravo , The Manageress , Peak Practice , Agatha Christie's Poirot , A Touch of Frost , Cadfael , The Bill , Dalziel and Pascoe , The Professionals and Z-Cars . He has also appeared twice in Doctor Who (in the stories Genesis of the Daleks and Logopolis ) and in Ashes to Ashes , Foyle's War , Brookside and The Crimson Petal and the White .

Georgeson's film credits include A Fish Called Wanda (1988), where his character's name was a play on his own ('George Thomason'), and the follow-up film Fierce Creatures (1997) as a spectator at the sea-lion centre. Georgeson is also well known for his stage work and was nominated for a 2002 London Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Actor for his performance in Frozen at the Cottesloe Theatre (RNT).

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