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30 April 1931|
West Ham, London, England
|Died||1994 (aged 63)
Brentwood, Essex, England
|Years active||1955 -1966|
Stephen Dartnell (1931 - 1994) was a British actor, who appeared in several television programmes, including Doctor Who in the 1960s. He is recognised for appearing in the Doctor Who stories The Keys of Marinus and The Sensorites both of which featured in the first season. He also made appearances in the 1960 feature films A Circle of Deception and Oscar Wilde.
He died in 1994.
|Saturday Night and Sunday Morning||Clubhouse worker||uncredited|
|A Circle of Deception||Brunner||uncredited|
|1955||BBC Sunday Night Theatre||Military recruit||Season 6, Episode 44: "The Makepeace Story #3: Family Business"|
|1960||ITV Television Playhouse||Jack Palmer||Season 5, Episode 30: "Incident"|
|Season 1: (7 episodes)|
|1965||A Tale of Two Cities||Jacques One||Series 1 (4 episodes)|
|1966||Theatre 625||Barman||Season 3, Episode 21: "A Man Like That"|
- The December 1994 issue of Doctor Who Magazine (#220) reported that he had died recently
- "Doctor Who Classic Episode Guide - The Sensorites". BBC.
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