Robert Duncan (actor)
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Robert Duncan (born 27 July 1952) is an English actor. He is best known for his television role as Gus Hedges, the jargon-speaking manager, from Drop the Dead Donkey. He also appeared in Casualty as Peter Hayes between 1995 and 1996. He also played Lazarus in 2000 film The Miracle Maker.
Duncan was born Robert Welch in St Austell, Cornwall. He took the first name of his brother Duncan as his stage surname. In 2008, he briefly taught History at Icknield High School, a comprehensive school in Luton, Bedfordshire.
On radio, he appears in Old Harry's Game (also written by Drop the Dead Donkey writer Andy Hamilton) as Satan's sycophantic assistant Scumspawn. He was Mike in 'Life, Death and Sex with Mike and Sue' for Radio 4 which ran for three series.
In 2016, Duncan toured in Kenwright's production of Rehearsal for Murder.
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