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Ewen Solon (7 September 1917 – 7 July 1985) was a New Zealand-born actor, who worked extensively in both the United Kingdom and Australia. He married Frances Gwendolyne Hughes, a New Zealander, in Egypt during World War II.
7 September 1917
|Died||7 July 1985 (aged 67)|
Kura Solon DOB 1981
Peter Leslie Solon, DOB 10/02/1944Clinton Ewen Solon DOB 22/09/1945
Film credits include: Rob Roy, the Highland Rogue, The Dam Busters, The Hound of the Baskervilles, The Terror of the Tongs, The Curse of the Werewolf, The Message, Unidentified Flying Oddball and The Wicked Lady.
Television appearances include: The Four Just Men, Maigret, Man of the World, Danger Man, Dixon of Dock Green, Doctor Who (in the serials The Savages and Planet of Evil), The Troubleshooters, Redcap, The Revenue Men, Bellbird, Virgin of the Secret Service, Journey to the Unknown, Matlock Police, Spyforce, Division 4 and Into the Labyrinth.
- London Belongs to Me (1948) - Clerk (uncredited)
- The Naked Heart (1950)
- The Clouded Yellow (1950) - Coniston Police Sgt (uncredited)
- Highly Dangerous (1950) - Enemy Scientist (uncredited)
- The Rossiter Case (1951) - Inspector
- The Dark Man (1951) - Police Driver
- Assassin for Hire (1951) - Fred
- Mystery Junction (1951) - Detective Sgt. Peterson
- Valley of Eagles (1951) - Det. Anderson
- The Card (1952) - Bookstall Attendant at Llandudno (uncredited)
- The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men (1952) - Merrie Man
- Hunted (1952) - Radio Operator
- Crow Hollow (1952) - Sgt. Jenkins
- Ghost Ship (1952) - Plain Clothes Man
- The Sword and the Rose (1953) - Guardsman
- Rob Roy, the Highland Rogue (1953) - Maj. Gen. Wightman
- As Long as They're Happy (1955) - Reporter (uncredited)
- The Dark Avenger (1955) - D'Estell
- The Dam Busters (1955) - Flight Sergeant G. E. Powell
- Lost (1956) - Bus Inspector (uncredited)
- Jumping for Joy (1956) - Haines
- 1984 (1956) - Outer Party Orator
- Who Done It? (1956) - Police Radio Announcer (uncredited)
- Behind the Headlines (1956) - Superintendent Faro
- There's Always a Thursday (1957) - Inspector Bradley
- Yangtse Incident: The Story of H.M.S. Amethyst (1957) - ERA Williams RN
- Account Rendered (1957) - Detective Inspector Marshall
- The Story of Esther Costello (1957) - Christine Brown's father (uncredited)
- The Long Haul (1957) - Minor Role
- Robbery Under Arms (1957) - Sergeant Arthur
- The Mark of the Hawk (1957) - Inspector
- The Silent Enemy (1958) - Willowdale Captain
- The Big Money (1958) - Detective in Pub (uncredited)
- The Hound of the Baskervilles (1959) - Stapleton
- Jack the Ripper (1959) - Sir David Rogers
- The Stranglers of Bombay (1959) - Camel Vendor (uncredited)
- Tarzan the Magnificent (1960) - Dexter
- The Sundowners (1960) - Halstead
- The Terror of the Tongs (1961) - Tang How - Tong Leader's Aide
- The Curse of the Werewolf (1961) - Don Fernando
- Mystery Submarine (1963) - Lt. Cmdr. Kirklees
- The Sandwich Man (1966) - Blind Man
- Infamous Conduct (1966) - Dixon
- The Message (1977) - Yasser
- Unidentified Flying Oddball (1979) - Watkins
- A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square (1979) - Commander Ford
- Lion of the Desert (1980)
- The Wicked Lady (1983) - Clergyman at Tyburn
- Nutcracker (1983) - Monsieur Demaurault (final film role)
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