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|Died||23 April 2011 (aged 88)|
|Cause of death||Cancer|
|Spouse(s)||Barbara Jefford (1953–1960) (divorced)|
Gillian Conyers (2004-2011)
Born Hubert Tuelly Longdon in Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England. During World War 2, Longdon was a pilot with the Fleet Air Arm protecting Atlantic convoys. While stationed at a naval base near Blackpool, he acted in a show and was seen by actor Douglas Hurn who encouraged him to pursue it.
After the war, Longdon trained at RADA (1946-48), and made his first stage appearance at the Lyceum, Sheffield in 1948, and his West End debut the same year. He was best known for his lead role in the 1950s–1960s British TV series Garry Halliday where he played a Biggles-like pilot who flew into various adventure situations. He was also known for his character actor roles in British television productions such as The Sandbaggers, Danger Man and The Avengers.
In film, he was Drusus, Messala's personal aide in the film Ben-Hur. He had a role in the 1958 film Another Time, Another Place starring alongside Sean Connery and Lana Turner. He was also in four of the early Carry On films.
- Appointment with Venus (1951) - (uncredited)
- Angels One Five (1952) - Pimpernel Pilot
- Never Look Back (1952) - Alan Whitcomb
- Appointment in London (1952) - Dr.Buchanan
- Forbidden Cargo (1954) - A.P.O. at Customs Launch (uncredited)
- Mr. Arkadin (1955) - Secretary
- The Woman for Joe (1955) - Doctor at the Circus (uncredited)
- Simon and Laura (1955) - Barney
- Helen of Troy (1956) - Patroclus
- Jumping for Joy (1956) - John Wyndham
- The Man Who Never Was (1956) - Larry
- Doctor at Large (1957) - George - House Surgeon
- Dangerous Exile (1957) - Col. Sir Frederick Venner
- The Silent Enemy (1958) - Lieutenant Bailey
- Another Time, Another Place (1958) - Alan Thompson
- Carry On Sergeant (1958) - Miles Haywood
- Carry On Nurse (1959) - Ted York
- Ben-Hur (1959) - Drusus
- Carry On Constable (1960) - Herbert Hall
- Carry On Regardless (1961) - Montgomery Infield-Hopping
- Out of the Shadow (1961) - Mark Kingston
- On the Fiddle (1961) - Air Gunner
- What a Whopper (1961) - Vernon
- Clash by Night (1963) - Martin Lord
- The Return of Mr. Moto (1965) - Jonathan Westering
- The Wild Geese (1978) - Anonymous Man
- The Martian Chronicles (1979, TV Mini-Series) - Martian Elder
- The Sea Wolves (1980) - Malverne
- Letters from the East (1996) - Juri
- Hitler: The Rise of Evil (2003, TV Mini-Series) - Baron No. 1
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- "Terence Longdon: Actor whose credits included 'Garry Halliday', the". Independent.co.uk. 18 June 2011.
- Terence Longdon at Find a Grave
- Terence Longdon on IMDb
- Obituary - The Stage
- Obituary - The Guardian
- Obituary - The Independent
- Obituary - The Telegraph
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