|Died||29 October 1991 (aged 60)|
|Occupation||Actor and playwright|
His films included Barnacle Bill (1957), The Captain's Table (1959), Victim (1961), The Wild Affair (1964), Zeppelin (1971), The First Great Train Robbery (1978), Charlie Muffin (1979) and The Hound of the Baskervilles (1983) as Doctor Watson. On television he starred in Bulldog Breed (1962), Spooner's Patch (1980-1982), played game show host Ronnie Kemp in Good Night and God Bless (which Churchill also co-wrote, 1983), Mr Scott Eccles in an adaptation of "The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge" for The Return of Sherlock Holmes in 1988, and appeared in Stanley and the Women (1991) and C.A.T.S. Eyes. His plays include Mixed Feelings, The Decorator, and Moments of Weakness.
- Barnacle Bill (1957) - Roy
- Carve Her Name with Pride (1958) - Roy Bushell (uncredited)
- A Night to Remember (1958) - Passenger (uncredited)
- The Captain's Table (1959) - Jay
- Yesterday's Enemy (1959) - Elliott (uncredited)
- Sink the Bismarck! (1960) - Seaman on Ark Royal (uncredited)
- Doctor in Love (1960) - Doctor (uncredited)
- No Love for Johnnie (1961) - Sheilah's Party Guest (uncredited)
- Victim (1961) - Eddy
- Spaceflight IC-1 (1965) - Carl Walcott
- The Wild Affair (1965) - Andy
- Zeppelin (1971) - (uncredited)
- The First Great Train Robbery (1979) - Prosecutor
- Charlie Muffin (1979) - Wilberforce
- The Hound of the Baskervilles (1983) - Dr. John Watson
- "Donald Churchill". BFI.
- Donald Churchill at Herald Scotland. Retrieved 15 May 2016
- Donald Churchill at Variety. Retrieved 15 May 2016
- "Pauline Yates: Actress who was rarely out of work for 40 years and was". The Independent. January 23, 2015.