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Graham Cole at the 3rd Norwich Sci-Fi Film, Comic, Toy & Collectors Fair on 1st November 2009.
16 March 1952
Willesden, London, England, UK
|Spouse(s)||Cherry (1989–present) 2 children, Matthew and Laura|
He appeared in numerous episodes of Doctor Who in the early 1980s, often in uncredited roles, such as Marshman and Cyberman. He has also played Melkur in The Keeper of Traken and finally a Jacondan in The Twin Dilemma. He also made a guest appearance in the final series of Sooty and Co as a detective called Maurice in the episode "Delgrub".
He presented and narrated the police video programme Police Stop!. He appeared regularly on Noel's House Party in sketches with Andrew Paul. Cole was gunged on the show, which was arranged by his mother in law.
Cole is a singer. In his early career Graham appeared as the Emperor of China in a record-breaking 1978/79 season of "Aladdin" at the Grand Theatre in Swansea. Other pantomime appearances have included the role of "Beast" in "Beauty & The Beast" at the Woodville Halls in Gravesend, Kent and he has appeared in sixteen pantomimes.
Cole is a member of the showbusiness charity the "Grand Order of Water Rats" and held the title King Rat in 2009. He is President of the National Holiday Fund, which takes sick and disabled children to Disney World in Florida, has been patron to ChildLine for over 18 years, and of the Orphans' Gift Fund South East London Boroughs, Constables Branch Board, Metropolitan Police.
Cole supported Independent Ian Chisnall's campaign to become Police and Crime Commissioner for Sussex Police at the 2012 PCC election. In November, 2012, he appeared in a video, endorsing Chisnall.
- The Haunting of Harry Payne (2012) - Inspector Bracken
- Derelict (2010 film) (2010) – Tarsus
- The Bill (1984-2009) - PC Tony Stamp
- TV Burp (2009) – PC Tony Stamp
- The Dame Edna Treatment (2007) – PC Tony Stamp
- The Bill @ 21 (2004) – PC Tony Stamp
- Noel's House Party (1998) – Man at Door
- The Usual Children (1997) – Dad/Mustdad
- The Bill: Target (1996) – PC Tony Stamp
- Accident in Park Road (1988) – Man
- Casualty (1986) – Junior Doctor
- Doctor Who (1980-1984) – Cyberman / Melkur / Marshman
- Tucker's Luck (1984) – 2nd Policeman
- Only Fools and Horses (1982) – Customs Officer
- The Gentle Touch (1982) – Detective
- Blake's 7 (1981) – Federation Trooper / Gerren's Associate
- Kessler (1981) – Hotel surveillance man
- Secret Army (1979) – German soldier in café / Guerilla
- The Canal Children (1976) – Mick Murphy
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