Stanley Lebor

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Stanley Lebor
Born
Stanley Harvey Lebor

24 September 1934
Died22 November 2014 (aged 80)
OccupationFilm and television actor

Stanley Harvey Lebor (24 September 1934 – 22 November 2014[1]) was an English actor, best known for his role as Howard Hughes in the 1980s BBC TV comedy-drama series, Ever Decreasing Circles and the Mongon Doctor in Flash Gordon (1980) and as RSM Lord in A Bridge Too Far (1977). Before this, he was better known for villainous roles in series such as Jason King and The Tomorrow People.

Life[edit]

Lebor was born in East Ham, London. In 1961 he joined the Radio Drama Company by winning the Carlton Hobbs Bursary.[2]

He has appeared in Minder in the Series 1 episode The Bengal Tiger, The Naked Civil Servant, Tarka the Otter, Gandhi, Grange Hill, 'Allo 'Allo!, Superman IV: The Quest for Peace and Last of the Summer Wine. In 1986 he acted with Lynda Baron in a party political broadcast for the SDP–Liberal Alliance.[3]

Filmography[edit]

TV Credits[edit]

Holocaust (1975) ~ Zalman

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.equity.org.uk/documents/equity-magazine-spring-2015/equity-spring-2015.pdf
  2. ^ Carlton Hobbs Bursary winners at BBC.co.uk, accessed 23 January 2018
  3. ^ "Social Democrat Party Election Broadcast: SDP/Liberal Alliance(06/05/86)". BFI Film and TV Database. Retrieved 3 June 2012.

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