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5 August 1938 |
Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
Tim Preece (born 5 August 1938) is an English actor, prominent in 1970s television.
Preece was born in Shrewsbury, Shropshire. He played the politically correct Tom Patterson in the first two series of The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin (1976–77) and The Legacy Of Reginald Perrin (1996) and also had a role in the Doctor Who serial "Planet of the Daleks" (1973). He later appeared as the editor of a local newspaper in 'The Journalist' an episode of People Like Us (2001) with Chris Langham. Preece played the recurring role of Rev. Sparrow in the British TV series Waiting for God (1992–94).
Other television appearances include Foyle's War: "War Games" (2003) as James Philby, as the pilot of a doomed holiday jet in the Casualty episode "Cascade" (1992), and as Mark's careers guiadance counsellor and therapist in the Peep Show (TV Series) episode "Dream Job" (2003).
- Crossplot (1969)
- Brimstone and Treacle (1982)
- Vanity Fair (2004)
- Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007)
- The Ghost Writer (2010)
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