Geoffrey Toone

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Geoffrey Toone
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As von Gelb in the series Freewheelers (1969)
Born (1910-11-15)15 November 1910
Dublin, Ireland
Died 1 June 2005(2005-06-01) (aged 94)
Northwood, Greater London, England
Cause of death
Natural Causes
Occupation Actor

Geoffrey Toone (15 November 1910 – 1 June 2005) was an Irish character actor based in the United Kingdom. Most of Toone's film roles after the 1930s were in supporting parts, usually as authority figures, though he did play the lead character in the Hammer Films production The Terror of the Tongs in 1961

Roles[edit]

Toone was born in Dublin, Ireland to English parents and was educated at Charterhouse School. Toone appeared:

Death[edit]

He died from natural causes, aged 94, at Denville Hall in Northwood, London. At the time of his death, Toone was one of the last survivors of the Old Vic theatre company of the 1930s, having appeared alongside the likes of John Gielgud and Laurence Olivier in productions of Shakespeare. At the time, he was also the longest-lived actor to have appeared in Doctor Who. For many years he had shared a house with the actor Frank Middlemass.

Selected filmography[edit]

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