Basil Moss (born 25 May 1935) is a British character actor, who featured regularly on television in the 1960s and on radio in the 1970s.
He was educated at St Paul's School, which he followed with actor's training. Despite leaving St Paul's in 1953, Moss's connections with the school remain strong, both through his involvement in the Pauline Meetings and his work for the Old Pauline Club.
In the early 1960s, he had a long-running screen role as Alan Drew in the BBC TV series Compact. He later had an even longer-lasting part in the radio soap, Waggoner's Walk, which ran for more than a decade and achieved ratings of four million listeners on Radio Two in the United Kingdom. This grew so popular that it nearly caused the cancellation of The Archers. His credited film roles include appearances in One Brief Summer (1970) and Clinic Exclusive (1971).
- I Was Happy Here (1966)
- You Only Live Twice (1967) - British Navy Officer on Submarine (uncredited)
- Doppelgänger (1969) - Monitoring Station Technician (uncredited)
- One Brief Summer (1971) - John Robertson
- Clinic Exclusive (1972) - Philip Eveleigh
- The Gigolos (2006) - Basil
- Compact A Television Heaven Review Archived January 10, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.
- British Radio Drama - 4
- BBC News | TV AND RADIO | Archers Episodes on the Web
- Dr Terrible - Steve Coogan - www.coogans-run.co.uk - The Man who Thinks He's It
- The Gigolos, Starring Anna Massey, Sian Phillips and Susannah York Archived January 2, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.