Tony Caunter

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Tony Caunter
Born (1937-09-22) 22 September 1937 (age 77)
Southampton, England
Occupation Actor
Years active 1963–2008
Spouse(s) Frances Wallace (?-present) (4 children)

Anthony Patrick "Tony" Caunter (born 22 September 1937) is a British actor best known for his role as Jack Shepherd in the Yorkshire TV sitcom Queenie's Castle and also his portrayal of Roy Evans in EastEnders from 1994-2003.

The second son of Annie Mary and Roy Hobert Caunter, Caunter attended Worthing and Westcliff High Schools, before service in the RAF and training as an actor at LAMDA. Caunter has an older brother, Roger. Caunter's mother died when Caunter was eleven years old. Caunter is married to Frances Wallace and has four children.

His numerous television credits include Z-Cars, The Avengers, London's Burning, Home to Roost, Queenie's Castle, The Saint, The Champions, Dixon of Dock Green, Catweazle, The Main Chance, The Professionals, The Sweeney, Minder, Pennies From Heaven, Westbeach, Howards' Way, Lovejoy, May to December, Boon, Heartbeat, Juliet Bravo and The Scarlet Pimpernel. He played Titanic's chief officer Henry Wilde in S.O.S. Titanic. In The Chief, he played Deputy Chief Constable Arthur Quine.

He appeared in the Doctor Who episodes The Crusade, Colony in Space and Enlightenment. He also appeared in Blake's 7.

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