Clive Scott (actor)
Robert Clive Cleghorn
July 4, 1937
Clive Scott was born in Parkview, Johannesburg, South Africa in 1937, as Robert Clive Cleghorn and went to school in Springs. After the death of his father, his mother settled in Cape Town. His earlier adult career was in banking including a two-year stint in Rhodesia. Having enough of banking he left for the United Kingdom for three months but ended up staying twelve years. He studied acting at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art before taking up acting at various repertory theatres in England. In 1965, Scott would perform in The Mousetrap in London. Returning to South Africa in 1970, Scott would appear in one of the first South Africa television dramas in 1976, The Villagers as Ted Dixon, a series of 76 episodes over three years, and this popular series made him a household name. He has also starred in a number of South African television advertisements. He is also a public speaker and has an interest in esoteric matters.
|1969||Battle of Britain||'A' Station Pilot||Uncredited|
|1972||My Way||Lionel, reporter|
|1973||The Baby Game|
|1974||Bait||The Professor in 'The Lesson'|
|1975||Sell A Million||Willie van Rensburg|
|1976||The Diamond Mercenaries||Sky 4 Pilot|
|1976||Funny People||Disgruntled diner||Uncredited|
|1979||Home Before Midnight||Uncredited|
|1985||Magic Is Alive, My Friends||Harrison|
|1989||Killer Instinct||Mr. Bumbry|
|1990||The Fourth Reich||Event Announcer|
|1995||Live Wire 2: Human Timebomb||Crocker|
|1998||Operation Delta Force 3: Clear Target||Pat Sunland|
|1999||Traitor's Heart||Deputy Director Jefferson|
|2000||Operation Delta Force 5: Random Fire||Ambassador Clarence Rodman|
|2003||Citizen Verdict||Judge Thomas Halvern|
|2003||Stander||Bank 9 Officer|
|2003||Beat the Drum||Pieter Botha|
|2005||Duma||Tourist #3 - Eager Man|
|2011||Winnie Mandela||Judge FL Rumpff|
|2016||Kalushi: The Story of Solomon Mahlangu||Mr. Bragg||(final film role)|
|1971||Doctor Who||Linwood||1 episode|
|1971||The Last of the Baskets||Mr. Holroyd||1 episode|
|1976||The Villagers||Ted Dixon|
|1981||Oh George!||George Firkel|
|1993||Sweating Bullets||Martin Rush||1 episode|
|1994||Where Angels Tread||TV movie|
|1994||Dark Desires: Diana||Charles Walker||TV movie|
|1997||The Adventures of Sinbad||Midir||1 episode|
|1997||Operation Delta Force 2: Mayday||Sunland||TV movie|
|1997||Pride of Africa||Smit||TV movie|
|1999||Isidingo: The Need||Ted Dixon||TV movie|
|2003||Red Water||Grandpa Gautreau|
|2004||Der weisse Afrikaner||Henman||TV movie|
|2008||The Devil's Whore||Minister||1 episode|
|2009||Wild at Heart||Professor|
- "Clive Scott". IMDb. Retrieved 7 May 2016.
- "Clive Scott's life on stage". North Eastern Tribune. 20 February 2014. Retrieved 7 May 2016.
- "Clive Scott". Avengers on Radio. Retrieved 7 May 2016.
- de Beer, Diane (25 February 2014). "'Villagers' star tells it like it is". IOL. Retrieved 7 May 2016.
- "Clive Scott" (PDF). Afro Celt Productions. Retrieved 7 May 2016.