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Locke as Vargas in Thunderball 1965
Roy James Locke|
29 March 1928
Marylebone, London, England, UK
19 April 2004 (aged 76)|
Dedham, Essex, England, UK
On television, he will be remembered by fans of the science fiction series Doctor Who for his appearance in the 1982 serial Four to Doomsday as Bigon. Other TV credits include: The Baron, The Avengers episodes 'The Frighteners' (1961), 'Mandrake' (1964), and 'From Venus With Love' (1967), The Saint, The Champions, Department S, Z-Cars, Pennies from Heaven, The Omega Factor, Codename Icarus, The Box of Delights, Bergerac, Inspector Morse, Jeeves and Wooster, Minder, Antony and Cleopatra, She Fell Among Thieves (BBC), Oliver Twist, Ivanhoe and Jekyll & Hyde.
Locke was survived by his companion Michael Ivan.
- Cloak Without Dagger (1956) - 1st Soldier
- Heart of a Child (1958) - 1st Soldier
- The Bulldog Breed (1960) - Teddy Boy in Cinema Fight (uncredited)
- The Girl on the Boat (1961) - Bream Mortimer
- Seven Keys (1961) - Norman's Thug (uncredited)
- Follow That Man (1961) - Vicar
- On the Run (1963) - David Hughes
- Incident at Midnight (1963) - Foster
- Father Came Too! (1964) - Stan
- Thunderball (1965) - Vargas
- The Fiction Makers (1968) - Frug
- Hitler: The Last Ten Days (1973) - Hanske
- Escape to Athena (1979) - Major Vogel
- Porridge (1979) - Banyard
- Oliver Twist (1982) - Mr. Sowerberry
- Ivanhoe (1982) - Grand Master
- The Plague Dogs (1982) - Civil Servant #1 (voice)
- Ascendancy (1983) - Dr. Strickland
- And the Ship Sails On (1983) - Prime Minister
- The Inquiry (1986)
- Stealing Heaven (1988) - Poussin
- Jekyll & Hyde (1990) - Editor
- Turbulence (1991) - Vic
- Jacob (1994) - Diviner
- Tom & Viv (1994) - Charles Haigh-Wood
- Othello (1995) - 1st Senator
- Wilde (1997) - Judge
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