15 December 1942 |
Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire,
|Years active||1969 - present|
He is best known for his role as Dr. Dick Stuart-Clark in the television comedy series Doctor in the House and all of its sequels, going to Australia for Doctor Down Under. Back in the UK, he appeared at Windsor and the Old Vic where he was in The Ghost Train. Davies also appeared in a Cinderella pantomime, where he played the role of Buttons, the servant of Cinderella's stepfather, and Cinderella's friend. He has done a number of tours of the Far East as well as Australia and New Zealand.
His wife is Ann and his daughter, Emma Davies is also an actress having appeared in film and television roles since the mid-1980s.
- Geoffrey Davies at the Internet Movie Database
- Geoffrey Davies - BBC Guide to Comedy
- Geoffrey Davies biography
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