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PETER BARKWORTH B/w headshot of Barkworth signed "best wishes" in blue ink Inscribed photograph signed "Daphne:/best wishes/Peter Barkworth" in blue ink. B/w, 3½x5¼ overall, 3½x4½ image, one surface. Barkworth (1929-2006, born in Margate, Kent, England) was an English actor with almost 70 TV shows and movies between 1955 and 1997 to his credit, as well as appearances on the West End stage. Barkworth got his start in show business after winning a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1946; he later became an instructor there. He's probably best remembered as Mark Telford, a bank executive suffering through a midlife crisis, on the TV show Telford's Change (1978). Doctor Who fans may recognize Barkworth as Clent from the 1967 six-episode story The Ice Warriors. Lightly toned and creased, otherwise in fine condition. - Please contact us if you have any questions or require additional information. DOCUMENT 277874

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The first ITC series to be made in colour, The Baron (Steve Forrest) was another of the exciting, cult television classics produced throughout the 1960s. Antiques dealer John Mannering (known as The Baron), along with his glamorous, sexy assistant... Global espionage, bank robberies, murder, it was all in a day’s work for The Baron. Based on the best-selling novels by John Creasey, The Baron is a rarely-seen series cut from the same cloth as The Saint and Danger Man and featured guest stars of the calibre of Bernard Lee, Peter Wyngarde, Sylvia Sims, Robert Hardy, Philip... Edward Woodward gave an electrifying performance as a reluctant professional killer working for British Intelligence. Callan actually became a national phenomenon in the late 1960s, making Edward Woodward one of the highest profile actors on television and paving the way to his eventual career in America in shows like The Equalizer. Created by James Mitchell (When the Boat Comes In) and exploring the dingy, twilight world of the professional spy, Callan was the antithesis of James Bond and presented, the, television's most realistic portrayal of government espionage. The series featured the character John Drake and the first series consisted of the 39 half-hour stories. The series charted the exploits of John Drake - an exemplary agent for British Intelligence who is sent into situations too tricky or dangerous for normal spies to undertake. Patrick McGoohan who played John Drake was catapulted into movies and paved the way for - The Prisoner. Arguably the finest series ever put out in the 1960s the ITC company, MAN IN A SUITCASE featured Richard Bradford as McGill, a discredited ex-CIA agent who is reduced to working for hire as a private investigator. Travelling the world, McGill works as a 'gun for hire', often coming into conflict with his employers due to his strong sense of personal integrity and zero tolerance for shady dealings. Richard Bradford gave an astounding performance as McGill - the coolest private eye that ever graced a television screen. The Power Game - ATV's famous boardroom drama from the 1960s starred Patrick Wymark as John Wilder, the ruthless and power-hungry executive whom everybody loved to hate. His adversarial relationship with his wife and colleagues in his fight for political power and one-upmanship set the template for many boardroom dramas to come. Source: Manor Court Update

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  • Desert Island Discs racks up a milestone of delights

    11/09/14 ,via Telegraph.co.uk

    The travel writer John Hillaby went one better, selecting two of his own books, the second being taken as his luxury. Three castaways (Peter Barkworth, Stubby Kaye and Peter Nichols) have chosen their diary, while Sir Robert Mayer preferred his

  • Brit actor Peter Barkworth dies

    10/26/06 ,via BBC News

    Actor Peter Barkworth who was best known for playing Mark Telford in the 1979 television series Telford's Change has died aged 77. He died at London's Royal Free Hospital of bronchopneumonia just 10 days after suffering a stroke. The Kent-born actor

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About Acting (Performance Books) By Peter Barkworth http://t.co/2mSCkPhsTC http://t.co/qZTg8tNKtE 01/20/15, @homeromacias4

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Books

  • About Acting

    Bloomsbury Methuen Drama. 1991. 288 pages.

    About Acting - formerly titled The Complete About Acting - has become indispensable for students and professional actors alike because it is simple, clear and inspiring about the difficult art and craft of performing on stage, film, television and radio. Peter Barkworth guides the reader through all aspects of acting - from auditions and preparing for a part to rehearsals and surviving long runs with freshness. He has also included a selection of interviews with leading performers and a director about how to work on a part: Judi Dench, Alec McCowen, Edward Petherbridge, Anna Massey, Wyn Jones, Alison Steadman, Patience Collier, Roger Rees, Prunella Scales and Samuel West. About Acting is not only a lucid and practical book about technique, it also explores ways of achieving the connection between an actor's own life and the life of each part he or she plays.

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  • Desert Island Discs racks up a milestone of delights

    11/09/14 ,via Daily Telegraph

    The first presenter, and creator, of Desert Island Discs was Roy Plomley ... the second being taken as his luxury. Three castaways (Peter Barkworth, Stubby Kaye and Peter Nichols) have chosen their diary, while Sir Robert Mayer preferred his visitors ...

  • Premier League 2014-15 Squad Lists: Full List of Players Named by Each Club

    09/04/14 ,via Bleacher Report

    After all summer business was completed at the beginning of this week with the closing of the transfer window, the 20 Premier League clubs submitted their full squad lists on Wednesday. The division permits squads of up to 25 players, with a requirement ...

  • Premier League squad lists: Find out which 25 players have been named in YOUR team

    09/04/14 ,via Mirror

    Every team has submitted a squad list of up to 25 players, and a separate list of under-21 players on youth contracts The 20 Premier League teams have released their squads for the 2014/15 season, naming up to 25 players. Each side had to submit their ...

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Peter Barkworth - IMDb

Peter Barkworth, Actor: Where Eagles Dare. Peter Barkworth was born on January 14, 1929 in Margate, Kent, England as Peter Wynn Barkworth. He was an actor, known for ...

Peter Barkworth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Early life . Peter Barkworth was born at Margate, Kent. Soon after his birth, the family moved to Bramhall in Cheshire and Barkworth was educated at Stockport School.

Peter Barkworth - Biography - IMDb

Peter Barkworth was born on January 14, 1929 in Margate, Kent, England as Peter Wynn Barkworth. He was an actor, known for Where Eagles Dare (1968), ...

Peter Barkworth - The Telegraph - Telegraph online, Daily ...

Peter Barkworth, the actor who has died aged 77, came to prominence on television in the 1970s after more than 20 years as a frustrated, though first-rate ...

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