Boyd Clack

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Boyd Daniel Clack
Born (1951-03-07) 7 March 1951 (age 67)
Vancouver, British Columbia
Occupation Actor, writer, musician

Boyd Daniel Clack (born 7 March 1951) is a Canadian-born Welsh writer, actor, and musician. He was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada to Welsh parents. At a young age, he emigrated with his family to Wales, where he grew up in Tonyrefail, where his family were originally from.[1]

His acting credits include Twin Town, High Hopes, and Satellite City,[1] the latter two of which he also co-wrote. He has also released the first part of his autobiography. Kisses Sweeter than Wine,[1][2] and two music albums, Welsh Bitter and Labourer of Love.


Year Film/Television Role
1996–1999 Satellite City Gwynne
1997 Twin Town Vicar
1999 The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz Abel Mularchy
2000 The Testimony of Taliesin Jones Toni
2002–present High Hopes Sgt Ball
2007 Hana's Helpline Owen
2007 Flick Detective Goldie
2011–present Baker Boys Gwynfor
2011 New Tricks Broadmoor Bill
2015 Under Milk Wood (2015 film) Mr Pugh


  1. ^ a b c Owen, Cathy (11 December 2010). "Boyd Clack pens first part of autobiography". Western Mail. Retrieved 4 April 2012. 
  2. ^ Clack, Boyd (1 April 2011). Kisses Sweeter Than Wine. Parthian Books. ISBN 9781906998301. 

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