Ewan Hooper

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Ewan Hooper
Born Ewan Hooper
(1935-10-23) 23 October 1935 (age 78)
Dundee, Scotland

Ewan Hooper (Born on 23 October 1935 in Dundee) is a Scottish actor who is a graduate from, and now an Associate Member of, RADA. Hooper was the motivating force in the foundation of the Greenwich Theatre, which opened in 1969. Hooper was the founder director of the Scottish Theatre Company formed in Glasgow in the 1980s. He is best remembered as the priest in Dracula Has Risen from the Grave, along with a recurring role as Camp Controller Alec Foster in Jimmy Perry and David Croft's Hi-de-Hi!.

Selected filmography[edit]

Television roles

Detective Sergeant Smith in 1970s series Hunters Walk.

Personal life[edit]

Hooper is married to actress Marion Fiddick.

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