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David Richard Gooderson|
24 February 1941
David Gooderson (born 24 February 1941) is an English actor who has appeared in several television roles. As well as portraying Davros, creator of the Daleks in the Doctor Who serial Destiny of the Daleks, he has appeared in Lovejoy, Mapp & Lucia and A Touch of Frost amongst other roles. Gooderson has also appeared in many radio programmes for the BBC, including The Next Programme Follows Almost Immediately with Bill Wallis, David Jason, Denise Coffey and Jonathan Cecil and Huddwinks with Roy Hudd and others.
David Gooderson was a member of the Cambridge Footlights, and featured in the cast of the 1964 Footlights revue, Stuff What Dreams Are Made Of.
- David Gooderson on IMDb
- David Gooderson's website (professional experience and plays written)
- BBC Radio Plays involving David Gooderson
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