Neil McCarthy (actor)
McCarthy in 1978
26 July 1932
Spalding, Lincolnshire, England
|Died||13 August 1985
Winchester, Hampshire, England
|Cause of death||Motor neurone disease|
McCarthy's film credits include memorable roles as a Welsh soldier in Zulu (1964), as Sergeant Jock McPherson in Where Eagles Dare (1968), as Gates in The Ruffians (1973), as the villain Calibos in Clash of the Titans (1981) and as a robber in Time Bandits (1981). His television credits include: Man of the World, Danger Man, The Avengers, The Saint, Z-Cars, Dixon of Dock Green, Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased), Catweazle, My Wife Next Door (A Sense of Movement), Softly, Softly: Taskforce, Department S, Who Pays the Ferryman?, Return of the Saint, Doctor Who (in the serials The Mind of Evil and The Power of Kroll), Enemy at the Door, Shogun, The Professionals, Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, The Gentle Touch and Emmerdale Farm, and the television adaptation of the Lord Peter Wimsey novel, The Nine Tailors.
- Breakout (1959) - Chandler's henchman (uncredited)
- Sands of the Desert (1960) - Hassan
- The Criminal (1960) - O'Hara
- Offbeat (1961) - Leo Farrell
- Solo for Sparrow (1962) - Dusty
- The Pot Carriers (1962) - Bracket
- We Joined the Navy (1962) - Sergeant
- Two Left Feet (1963) - Ted (uncredited)
- The Cracksman (1963) - Van Gogh
- Zulu (1964) - Private Thomas
- The Hill (1965) - Burton
- Cuckoo Patrol (1967) - Superman No.2
- Seven Times Seven (1968) - Mr. Docherty
- Where Eagles Dare (1968) - Sgt. Jock MacPherson
- Follow Me! (1972) - Parkinson
- The Zoo Robbery (1973) - Skipper
- Steptoe and Son Ride Again (1973) - Lennie
- Operation Daybreak (1975) - Man at Quarry (uncredited)
- Side by Side (1975)
- Fern, the Red Deer (1976) - Poacher
- Trial by Combat (1976) - Ben Willoughby
- The Incredible Sarah (1976) - Sergeant
- Shōgun (1980) - Spillbergen
- George and Mildred (1980) - Eddie
- The Monster Club (1980) - Watson - B-Squad Member
- Clash of the Titans (1981) - Calibos
- Time Bandits (1981) - 2nd Robber
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