Mark Jones (actor)
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Gerard Roger Jones
22 April 1939
|Died||14 January 2010 (aged 70)|
Shropshire, England, UK
Credits include: A Family at War, Z-Cars, Van der Valk, Doctor Who (in the serial The Seeds of Doom), The New Avengers, The Onedin Line, Target, Secret Army, Tales of the Unexpected, Buccaneer, Blott on the Landscape, Casualty, Call Me Mister and Dempsey and Makepeace.
He also appeared in the films Tell Me Lies (1968), Connecting Rooms (1970), Under Milk Wood (1972), Layout for 5 Models (1972), Keep It Up, Jack (1973, title role), The Sexplorer (1975), Secrets of a Superstud (1976), The Medusa Touch (1978), Can I Come Too? (1979), Bear Island (1979), Don't Open till Christmas (1984), and the Star Wars saga film The Empire Strikes Back (1980).
On stage he worked with the RSC several times, including in Peter Brook's production of Marat/Sade at the Aldwych Theatre in 1964, and in its Broadway transfer the following year. He also appeared in the film version.
Did two years National Service at S.H.A.P.E. Paris 1959-61.
|1968||Tell Me Lies||Mark|
|1972||Under Milk Wood||Evans the Death|
|1972||Layout for 5 Models||David|
|1974||Keep It Up, Jack||Jack|
|1976||Secrets of a Superstud||Peter|
|1978||The Medusa Touch||Sgt. Hughes|
|1979||Can I Come Too?||Freddy Lawrence|
|1980||The Empire Strikes Back||Commander Nemet (Imperial Officer)|
|1981||4D Special Agents||Sgt. Bowman|
|1983||Invitation to the Wedding||Customs Officer|
|1984||Don't Open till Christmas||Detective Sergeant Powell|
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