Raymond Bowers (actor)

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Raymond Bowers is a British actor who has appeared in numerous TV series and movies since the 1970s, including Are You Being Served? (in which he appeared three times, as well as Are You Being Served? The Movie) and Midsomer Murders.[1] Born in Swansea, he performed in amateur dramatics while a student at Swansea University, where he initially studied philosophy. His first work after graduation was in rep, initially in Salisbury, before moving on to the West End. He has also worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Bowers made his television debut with an episode of The Newcomers in 1967. Among the other programs on which he appeared were The Dick Emery Show, The Good Old Days, Odd Man Out, Come Back Mrs Noah, Crossroads, How Green Was My Valley, and To Serve Them All My Days.[2]

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  1. ^ Raymond Bowers on International Movie Database (IMDB), retrieved: 23 February 2014
  2. ^ Are You Being Served? A Celebration of Twenty-Five Years. Richard Webber with David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd. New York; Welcome Rain, 1998.


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