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|Born||John Robert Milton
13 May 1938
Bristol, England, UK
Milton Johns (born 13 May 1938) is an English actor whose thin features and talent for obsequious or oily characters has often influenced the many television parts he has received. He trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
John Robert Milton was born in Bristol, England. He was in Coronation Street as Brendan Scott (1991–93), the shopkeeper who died of a heart attack while pedalling along the eponymous cobbled street. Other roles have included parts in Poldark, Born and Bred, Ever Decreasing Circles, Home to Roost, Dempsey and Makepeace, Murder Most English, Shoestring, Yes Minister, Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, Softly, Softly, Going Straight, The Good Life, Don't Wait Up, Butterflies, Campion and Z-Cars. He played the landlord in The Basil Brush Show (2002–07). He also played Mr Cassidy in Murphy's Mob, an ITV children's television drama series (1982–85). His character helped to manage the building used by the junior supporters' of the football club, Dunmore United. Johns has appeared in Doctor Who on several occasions: as Theodore Benik in The Enemy of the World; Guy Crayford in The Android Invasion; and Castellan Kelner in The Invasion of Time.
In 1972 he starred in the children's Sunday evening series The Intruder and in 1977, appeared in another children's series, Midnight Is A Place.In the 1980s He also starred in 'Tuckers Luck' Johns also appeared as an Imperial Officer (Captain Bewil) in the 1980 film, The Empire Strikes Back. He played Perker in the 1985 adaptation of The Pickwick Papers. In the 1988 television series War and Remembrance, he took the role of Nazi SS officer Adolf Eichmann.
- Baffled! (1973) - Dr. Reed
- The Empire Strikes Back (1980) - Captain Bewil (Imperial Officer)
- Stanley's Dragon (1994) - Mr. Batley
- The X-Files (1998) - British Valet
- Making a Killing (2002) - L.T. Harvey
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- "Doctor Who Classic Episode Guide - The Invasion of Time - Details". BBC. Retrieved 2016-12-21.