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|Born||1934 (age 79–80)
Liverpool, England, UK
|Spouse(s)||Kate O'Mara (1961–1976) (divorced)|
Jeremy Young (born 1934) is a British actor.
He has numerous television credits, including Doctor Who (appearing as a caveman in episodes two, three and four of the first ever serial An Unearthly Child in 1963), No Hiding Place, Adam Adamant Lives!, The Avengers, The Saint, Department S, Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased), Dixon of Dock Green, Z-Cars, Softly, Softly, Up Pompeii!, Doomwatch, The Sweeney, Space: 1999, The New Avengers, The Onedin Line, Minder, The Tripods, Rockliffe's Babies, Taggart, Cadfael, The Bill and Coronation Street as nightclub owner Benny Lewis in 1972.
Young also works for BBC Radio and teaches for the Court Theatre Training Company which is part of the Courtyard, London.
He is the last surviving cast member (excluding the original regulars) from the very first story (An Unearthly Child) of Doctor Who. He was married to Kate O'Mara from 1961 to 1976; who later became famous in the same programme, as the female Time Lord The Rani.
Born in 1934, to parents of Scottish descent. His inspiration came from his late grandfather, who acted as his mentor until he was 9.
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