Stephen George Churchett|
10 April 1947
Bromley, Kent, England
The Brittas Empire
The House of Elliot
He has also appeared in various television programmes, including The Brief, Together, Minder, Campion, Up Pompeii!, Enemy at the Door, Specials, The Professionals, C.A.T.S. Eyes, Lucan, Casualty, Moon and Son, Bugs, The House of Elliot, Peak Practice, Silent Witness, Dangerfield, Pie in the Sky, The Bill, Preston Front, Boon, Monroe, Dalziel and Pascoe and Porkpie. He also appeared in the Doctor Who episode Attack of the Cybermen in 1985.
He voiced Wing Commander Belfridge in 'Allo 'Allo! in The Sausages in the Trousers. He appeared in various episodes of The Brittas Empire, as Councillor Jack Druggett. He has written episodes of The Bill, Kavanagh QC, Inspector Morse, Dalziel and Pascoe, Monsignor Renard and Hornblower, as well as writing the screenplay for Lewis, and appeared in four Agatha Christie's Marple television adaptations as the Coroner (The Murder at the Vicarage, The Moving Finger, Murder Is Easy, Endless Night). In 1984, he appeared in Miss Marple as Major Reeve in The Body in the Library.
- Churchill: Winning the War, Losing the Peace (TV Movie - 2015) as Lord Moran
- Lucan (TV Mini-Series 2013) as Albert Hensby
- The Great Ghost Rescue (2013) as The Head Master
- Before You Go (2002) as TV Priest
- The Mystery of Men (TV Movie - 1999) as Headmaster Haines
- Hunting Venus (1999) as Antiques Dealer
- Photographing Fairies (1997) as Mr. Dawson
- Secrets & Lies (1996) as Men in Suits
- The Object of Beauty (1991) as Mr. Mundy
- Bellman and True (1987) as Comercial Traveller
- Still Crazy like a Fox (1987) as Sergeant
- Murrow (1986) as BBC Technician
- Florence Nightingale (1985) as Dr. Clark
- Number One (TV Movie - 1985) as TV Announcer
- A Christmas Carol (1977) as John
- A Bridge Too Far (1977) as Soldier
- Romeo & Juliet (1976) as Soldier of the Guard
- Bleak Moments (1971) as Remedial Trainee
- "A bit of this and that; Write attitude; Jobbing actor Stephen Churchett tells Ben Dowell why the responsibility of writing for the stage and the small screen is keeping him interested...". The Stage. March 11, 1999. p. 32.
- "Final Morse script handed in to Carlton Productions". Broadcast. January 14, 2000.
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