Charles Lloyd-Pack

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Charles Lloyd-Pack
Born (1902-10-10)10 October 1902
East London, England, UK
Died 22 December 1983(1983-12-22) (aged 81)
London, England, UK
Occupation Actor
Years active 1936-1983
Spouse(s) Ulrike Elizabeth Pulay (1941-1983) (his death) (2 children)
Children Roger Lloyd-Pack
Christopher Lloyd-Pack

Charles Lloyd-Pack (10 October 1902 – 22 December 1983) was a British film, television and stage actor.[1]

He was born in London.[2] He was seen in several horror films produced by the Hammer Studios including Dracula, The Man Who Could Cheat Death, The Revenge of Frankenstein and The Reptile and Quatermass 2, the film version of the 1955 BBC TV serial. In 1970 he appeared as Claud Nau at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Robert Bolt's play, Vivat! Vivat Regina!.[3] His best known role was Professor Marks in the British television series Strange Report but he is also known from other television appearances in The Avengers, Randall & Hopkirk , The Adventures of Robin Hood and The Prisoner.

Personal life[edit]

He married Ulrike Elizabeth Pulay (25 April 1921 – 2000)[4] in 1941, and was the father of actor Roger Lloyd-Pack and stage manager Christopher Lloyd-Pack, and grandfather of actress Emily Lloyd and Spencer, Hartley and Louis Lloyd-Pack.

Selected filmography[edit]

Year Title Character Director
1936 The House of the Spaniard Man in train Reginald Denham
1951 High Treason Percy Ward Roy Boulting
1952 Gift Horse Ship's doctor Compton Bennett
1954 River Beat John Hendrick Guy Green
1954 Conflict of Wings Bookie John Eldridge
1955 The Constant Husband Solicitor Sidney Gilliat
1956 Three Men in a Boat Mr Quilp Ken Annakin
1956 Yield to the Night aka Blonde Sinner Mary's Lawyer J. Lee Thompson
1957 The Scamp Shopkeeper Wolf Rilla
1957 Night of the Demon Chemist Jacques Tourneur
1957 Quatermass 2 Dawson Val Guest
1957 Barnacle Bill Tritton Charles Frend
1957 Blue Murder at St Trinian's Henry Roberts Prison Governor Frank Launder
1958 The Safecracker Lambert Ray Milland
1958 Dracula Dr. Seward Terence Fisher
1958 The Revenge of Frankenstein President of the Medical Council Terence Fisher
1958 Further Up the Creek El Diablo Val Guest
1959 The Man Who Could Cheat Death Man at Private View Terence Fisher
1960 A Circle of Deception Ayres Jack Lee
1960 The Three Worlds of Gulliver Makovan Jack Sher
1961 Victim Henry Basil Dearden
1962 Crooks Anonymous Fletcher Ken Annakin
1963 Siege of the Saxons The Doctor Nathan H. Juran
1966 The Reptile The Vicar John Gilling
1967 The Shuttered Room Barge Master David Greene
1967 Bedazzled Vicar Stanley Donen
1968 If.... Classics Master Lindsay Anderson
1968 Two a Penny Reverend Allison James F. Collier
1968 Diamonds for Breakfast Butler Christopher Morahan
1970 I Start Counting Priest at School David Greene
1970 Song of Norway Chevalier Andrew L. Stone
1970 The Man Who Haunted Himself Jameson Basil Dearden
1971 All the Right Noises Stagedoor keeper Gerry O'Hara
1972 Madame Sin Mr. Willoughby David Greene
1974 Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell Prof Durendel Terence Fisher
1980 The Mirror Crack'd Vicar Guy Hamilton


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  2. ^ Births England and Wales 1837-1983
  3. ^ Chichester Festival Theatre archive cast list. Accessed 8 November 2015.
  4. ^ Deaths England and Wales 1984-2006

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