Patrick O'Connell (actor)
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Patrick O'Connell (1967)
29 January 1934 |
Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Patrick O'Connell (born 29 January 1934) is a retired Irish actor known for numerous performances on UK television, theatre and films. He was brought up in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England and after working in the office of a department store, he won a scholarship to train as an actor at RADA. He then appeared in repertory theatre, at the Royal Court Theatre and with the Royal Shakespeare Company and with Peter Brook.
His television appearances include Fraud Squad starring as Detective Inspector Gamble; Frontier, The Saint (TV series) , Dixon of Dock Green, The Brothers (as Edward Hammond), Yes Minister, The Professionals, We'll Meet Again, The Bill, Inspector Morse, Peak Practice, Dangerfield and As Time Goes By.
He is also an artist known for his paintings and drawings.
- The Liquidator (1965) - Radar Operator (uncredited)
- Cromwell (1970) - John Lilburne
- The McKenzie Break (1970) - Sgt. Maj. Cox
- The Ragman's Daughter (1972) - Tony, 35 yrs
- Blinker's Spy-Spotter (1972) - Security Guard
- The Human Factor (1979) - Reader
- Spaghetti House (1982) - Mallory
- Runners (1983) - The Hostel - Warden
- The Shooting Party (1985) - Charlie Lyne
- Nanou (1986) - Nanou's father
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