John Sharp (actor)
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John Sharp (1909 – 1992) playing Percy Spendilow in the episode "A Clear Conscience" in the series "The Onedin Line".
|Born||John Herbert Sharp
5 August 1920
Bradford, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, UK
|Died||26 November 1992
London, England, UK
John Herbert Sharp (5 August 1920 – 26 November 1992 ) was a British television actor.
He made more than 100 appearances in television and occasionally films between 1949 and 1991. Sharp began as a film actor in 1949 and appeared in films throughout the 1950s. By the mid 1960s he mostly appeared in British television on popular shows of the era such as The Avengers "Murdersville" episodes, the Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) episode "The Ghost Who Saved the Bank at Monte Carlo"; The Prisoner, Not On Your Nellie opposite Hylda Baker, Z-Cars, and The Sweeney (1976 episode "On the Run"). He performed in Charles Dickens TV adaptations in the 1980s. In 1991, he made his last television appearance in the programme Lovejoy. He played the role of the "apparently cynical" Uncle Will in Luigi Comencini's 1966 Incompreso.
Sharp's most notable television appearances in a recurring role was on the All Creatures Great and Small television series, in which he portrayed Ezra Biggins, an aged, frugal Yorkshire dairy farmer.
- Dr. Morelle: The Case of the Missing Heiress (1949)
- Celia (1949) - Mr. Haldane
- Diamond City (1949) - Reader (uncredited)
- Your Witness (1950) - Police Constable Hawkins
- Night and the City (1950) - Man (uncredited)
- A Case for PC 49 (1951) - Desk Sergeant
- Angels One Five (1952) - 'Soss'
- The House Across the Lake (1954) - Mr. Hardcastle
- Child's Play (1954) - Police Sgt. Butler
- Left Right and Centre (1959) - Mr. Reeves
- No Love for Johnnie (1961) - Railway Station Master (uncredited)
- The Golden Rabbit (1962) - Peebles
- Stork Talk (1962) - Papa Pierre
- A Jolly Bad Fellow (1964) - Hodges
- Bunny Lake Is Missing (1965) - Finger Print Man
- Misunderstood (1967) - Uncle William 'Will'
- Three Bites of the Apple (1967) - Joe Batterfly
- The White Bus (1967) - Macebearer
- Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter (1968) - Oakshot
- Spring and Port Wine (1970) - Bowler 4
- Brother Sun, Sister Moon (1972) - Bishop Guido
- That's Your Funeral (1972) - Mayor
- And Now the Screaming Starts! (1973) - Henry's friend
- The Wicker Man (1973) - Doctor Ewan
- Watch Out, We're Mad (1974) - The Boss
- Galileo (1975) - Monk Official
- Barry Lyndon (1975) - Doolan
- Jabberwocky (1977) - Sergeant at Gate
- Velvet Hands (1979) - Benny
- The Quiz Kid (1979) - Stanwell
- The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu (1980) - Sir Nules Thudd
- The Bunker (1981) - Dr. Morell
- The Return of the Soldier (1982) - Pearson
- The Dresser (1983) - Mr. Bottomley
- Top Secret! (1984) - Maitre D'
- A Christmas Carol (1984) - Tipton
- The Bride (1985) - Bailiff
- That Summer of White Roses (1989) - Gradonacelnik / The Mayor
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