Roy Evans (actor)
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Roy Evans (born 1930 in Bristol, England), is an actor who has appeared in British Television from 1960s onwards, appearing in a wide range of productions including Doctor Who (The Daleks' Master Plan as Trantis, The Green Death as Bert and The Monster of Peladon as a miner), Blake's 7 ("Redemption" as a Slave), Porterhouse Blue (as Arthur), Only Fools and Horses ("The Jolly Boy's Outing" as Harry the coach driver), as well as peasant roles in The Black Adder
In film he is particularly known for roles in Oliver! (1968), Decline and Fall... of a Birdwatcher (1968), Where's Jack? (1969), Loving Memory (1971), Dark Places (1973), Jabberwocky (1977), Crossed Swords (1977), Raise the Titanic (1980), The Elephant Man (1980) and The Company of Wolves (1984).
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