Marcus Hammond

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Marcus Hammond is an English actor who was active in the 1960s and 1970s, playing the role of Antodus in the 1963 Doctor Who serial The Daleks,[1] as well as recurring roles in Z Cars as PC Taylor and Kate as Stephen Graham. He also appeared in the 1966 films Where the Bullets Fly, and the Hammer film The Plague of the Zombies as Tom Martinus.

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Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1966 The Plague of the Zombies Tom Martinus
Where the Bullets Fly O'Neil

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1963 No Cloak - No Dagger Police cadet Season 1
1963

1964

1971

Armchair Theatre Tea Boy

Frank

Detective Con. North

Season 4 (2 episodes)

Season 13, Episode 10: "Man Charged"

1964 Doctor Who Antodus Season 1: (4 episodes)
Detective PC Harris Season 1, Episode 11: "Death in Ecstacy"
1964-

1965

Z-Cars PC Taylor Season 4: (20 episodes)
1964

1965

Love Story Young man

George

Season 2, Episode 8: "A Girl Like Me"

Season 3, Episode 15: "The Girl Opposite"

1965 This Year's Girl Stan TV Movie
1965

1966

ITV Play of the Week Stan

Unknown

Season 11: (2 episodes)
1966 Theatre 625 George Season 3, Episode 35: "How to Get Rid of Your Husband"
1968 Journey to the Unknown 2nd Youth Season 1, Episode 10: "Eve"
1969 Fraud Squad Hammond Season 1, Episode 5: "All Claims Paid For"
ITV Playhouse Unknown Season 3, Episode 12: "Suspect"
1970 Kate Stephen Graham Season 1: (6 episodes)
1971 Paul Temple Richard Tubby Season 3, Episode 5: "Death for Divers' Reasons"

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