Stanley Lebor

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Stanley Lebor
Born Stanley Harvey Lebor
24 September 1934
East Ham, London, England, United Kingdom
Died 23 November 2014 (aged 80)
Faversham, Kent
Occupation Film and television actor

Stanley Harvey Lebor (24 September 1934 – 23 November 2014[1]) was an English actor, best known for his role as Howard Hughes in the 1980s BBC TV comedy series, Ever Decreasing Circles and the Mongon Doctor in Flash Gordon (1980) and as RSM Lord in A Bridge Too Far (1977). Before this, he was better known for villainous roles in series such as Jason King and The Tomorrow People.

Lebor was born in East Ham, London. He has also appeared in Minder in the Series 1 episode The Bengal Tiger, The Naked Civil Servant, Tarka the Otter, Gandhi, Grange Hill, 'Allo 'Allo!, Superman IV: The Quest for Peace and Last of the Summer Wine. In 1986 he acted with Lynda Baron in a party political broadcast for the SDP–Liberal Alliance.[2]

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