Tristan DeVere Cole

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Tristan DeVere Cole (also spelled Tristan de vere Cole; born 16 March 1935) is an English television director, now retired, who is believed to be an illegitimate son of the painter Augustus John.[1]

He is best known for Orion's Belt (1985), the TV series Z-Cars (1962), and Dykket (1989). Most of his filmography is TV series such as episodes of Trainer (1992); Bergerac (1988-1992); Rockliffe's Folly (1988); Howards' Way (1985-1988);The Spoils of War (1981); Secret Army (1979); Survivors (1977); Angels (1976); Trinity Tales (1975); Emmerdale Farm (1972-1973) Take Three Girls (1969) and Doctor Who (1968).

Now aged 80, De Vere Cole is retired. He now lives in Sutton Scotney, not far from Anne Stow, his partner and first grandchild of Neville Chamberlain, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

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