Tom Kelly (actor)

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Tom Kelly is a British actor, noted for his roles in television.

He appeared in three Doctor Who serials ( The Face of Evil , The Sun Makers and The Invasion of Time ), as well as Blake's 7 , Sapphire & Steel and Dempsey & Makepeace .

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