18 February 1917|
Leicester, Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom
|Died||3 November 1995
|Other names|| • Wallace Eaton
• Wallis Eaton
Early life and education
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In addition to his work in radio on Take It from Here, Eaton appeared in over twenty-five films and over fifty television productions. He guest starred in 'The Young Doctors' in 1979 as Roland Perry, a rich friend of principal character Ada Simmonds.
Following a trip to Australia in 1975, Eaton moved there.
He died in Australia, age 78.
- Dual Alibi (1947)
- Two-Way Stretch (1960)
- Operation Cupid (1960)
- This Sporting Life (1963)
- Inspector Clouseau (1968)
- Isadora (1968)
- O Lucky Man! (1973)
- Mad Dog Morgan (1976)
- The Last Wave (1977)
- Outback (1989)
- Gifford, Denis (9 December 1995). "Obituary: Wallas Eaton". The Independent. Retrieved 10 August 2010.
'Wal' was Wallas Eaton, a straight actor turned funny-voice man via a string of stage revues and comedies including 1066 and All That (1947), Slings and Arrows (1948) and For Amusement Only (1958).
- Database (undated). "Filmography by Type for Wallas Eaton". The Internet Movie Database. Accessed 10 August 2010.
- Wallas Eaton at the Internet Movie Database
- "Hilarious Night. Show: Instant Marriage. Theatre: Tivoli." The Age (via Google News). 10 August 1995. Accessed 10 August 2010.[clarification needed]
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