Clifton Jones

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Clifton Jones
Born (1937-07-26) 26 July 1937 (age 81)
St. Andrew, Jamaica
Nationality British
Occupation Actor
Years active 1958-1994
Television Space: 1999

Clifton Jones (born 26 July 1937, St. Andrew, Jamaica) is an actor known for his roles in British television.


Clifton Jones's first regular role was in Emergency-Ward 10. He actually had an uncredited part in 1959.[1] In 1961, he became a regular in the series as Dr. Jeremiah Sanders. He appeared in the series for nearly one year.[2]

His most prominent role is probably that of David Kano in the first season of the 1970s science fiction TV series Space: 1999.[3]

Jones' other TV credits include Dixon of Dock Green, Z-Cars, Public Eye, Danger Man, Man in a Suitcase, The Troubleshooters, The Persuaders!, The Onedin Line, Survivors, 1990 and The Professionals.

His film roles included appearances in The V.I.P.s (1963), Only When I Larf (1968), Decline and Fall... of a Birdwatcher (1968), Joanna (1968), Innocent Bystanders (1972), Father, Dear Father (1973), The Great McGonagall (1974) and Sheena (1984). He also voiced the character of Blackavar in the animated feature-film Watership Down (1978).

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  1. ^ IMDB Clifton Jones Filmography
  2. ^ Black in the British Frame: The Black Experience in British Film and Television by Stephen Bourne Page 172
  3. ^ The Catacombs Catacombs Credits Guide Supporting Cast Clifton Jones David Kano

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