Teddy Green

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Teddy Green
Born 1945
Nationality British
Occupation Actor
Years active 1956-

Teddy Green is an English actor, choreographer, and dancer probably best known for playing supporting roles in two Cliff Richard films, The Young Ones and Summer Holiday.

Career[edit]

His film roles include Chris in The Young Ones with Cliff Richard (1961), Steve in Summer Holiday, again with Cliff Richard (1963), and Muleteer in Man Of La Mancha (1972). He also became a choreographer [1] and performed in the West End stage musical Pickwick with Harry Secombe in 1963, and in the 1960s appeared in the Broadway musicals Baker Street and Darling Of The Day (alongside Vincent Price).[2] Green later returned to acting in television, with roles in The Professionals, The Bretts, and Holby City.He also appeared on BBC TV 's long running variety show The Good Old Days.

Selected Stage Work[edit]

Selected filmography[edit]

References[edit]

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