Michael Forrest

Michael Forrest (July 1932 – 21 December 2004) was a Welsh television actor.[1] He appeared in many British television series and films, which include Sir Francis Drake, Z-Cars, Danger Man, The Saint, The Avengers, UFO, Off to Philadelphia in the Morning, The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes, Doomwatch, Who Dares Wins, Armour of God and others.[2]

Michael Forrest
BornJuly 1932
Bridgend, Wales
Died21 December 2004
Leckwith, Cardiff, Wales
OccupationTelevision actor

Acting creditsEdit

Title Year Role Notes
Saturday Playhouse 1958-1959 P.C. Thomas / A Police photographer / Maroso 2 episodes
How Green Was My Valley 1960 Dai Bando 4 episodes
Top Secret 1961 Hinnes "Stranger in Cantabria"
ITV Play of the Week 1961 Jack Fish / 3rd Stevedore 2 episodes
The Avengers 1961-1967 Rico / Peters 2 episodes
Sir Francis Drake 1962 Jan "Beggars of the Sea"
BBC Sunday-Night Play 1962 Blackie "Sparrow in a Cage"
Z-Cars 1962-1970 Det. Con. Glyn Hicks 39 episodes
The Stag 1963 Islwyn Morgan TV movie
Ghost Squad 1963 Manager of Night Club "The Heir Apparent"
The Plane Makers 1963 Charlie Barnes "Has Anybody Seen Costigan?"
The Lover 1963 Milkman TV movie
The Sentimental Agent 1963 Marlow "Finishing School"
The Spies 1966 Jones "Lash Out"
Danger Man 1966 Abelardo "The Man with the Foot"
That Riviera Touch 1966 Pierre Film
Theatre 625 1966 Fallow "Final Demand"
The Informer 1966 Griffiths "A Word in Your Ear Brother"
The Saint 1966 Vittorio Leale "The Man Who Liked Lions"
The Baron 1967 Gautier "Long Ago and Far Away"
George and the Dragon 1967 Ticket collector "The 10:15 Train"
City '68 1968 Dave Parkinson "The Jonah Site"
The Wednesday Play 1969 Garfield "The Big Flame"
Callan 1969 Clive "Once a Big Man, Always a Big Man"
The Expert 1969 Andrew Redmond "The Gun That Walked"
The Gold Robbers 1969 Eric "Crack Shot"
The Best Things in Life 1969 Man in pub 1 episode
Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) 1969 Verrier "The Ghost Who Saved the Bank at Monte Carlo"
Strange Report 1970 Inspector Peters "Report 4977: Swindle - Square Root of Evil"
My Lover, My Son 1970 Chidley Film
Manhunt 1970 Louis 2 episodes
Ryan International 1970 Theo "Angel Unawares"
Menace 1970 Stockbreeder "The Straight and the Narrow"
Dixon of Dock Green 1970-1974 Breen / Cafferty / Frank Whiting 3 episodes
Paul Temple 1971 Brunet "Corrida"
Play for Today 1971 Holtby "The Rank and File"
UFO 1971 Security Officer "Confetti Check A-OK"
Under Milk Wood 1971 Sinbad Sailor Film
The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes 1971 Jacques Bouvier "The Case of the Mirror of Portugal"
Softly, Softly: Taskforce 1972 Dunston "Flight"
The Brothers 1972 Terry Foster "Confrontation"
Doomwatch 1972 Dr. Evans "Enquiry"
The Adventurer 1972 Dino "Has Anyone Here Seen Kelly?"
Two Women 1973 Paride 2 episodes
Six Days of Justice 1973 Joe Hicks "The China Lady"
Sporting Scenes 1974 Les "Up and Under"
ITV Sunday Night Drama 1974 Sleppy "No Harm Done"
Special Branch 1974 Charles "Date of Birth"
Marked Personal 1974 Benny 2 episodes
Crown Court 1974 Condrey "Not Dead But Gone Before: Part 1"
Premiere 1977 Ron Williams "Pit Strike"
Secret Army 1977 Klaus Schoonheim "Hymn to Freedom"
Off to Philadelphia in the Morning 1978 Sergeant 1 episode
Sexton Blake and the Demon God 1978 Greek Police Chief "Part 5"
A Horseman Riding By 1978 Lloyd George "1905: The Hollow Victory"
Hazell 1979 Joe Goss "Hazell and the Baker Street Sleuth"
The Rear Column 1980 TV movie
Juliet Bravo 1980 Leckie "The Anastasia Syndrome"
ITV Playhouse 1981 Harry Phillips "Only a Game"
The Life and Times of David Lloyd George 1981 Bob Smillie "An Honourable Peace"
Bergerac 1981 Brideson "See You in Moscow"
Tales of the Unexpected 1982 Chief Insp. Nelson "Who's Got the Lady?"
Who Dares Wins 1982 Pickley Film
The Boy Who Won the Pools 1983 Vittachi 1 episode
Angels 1983 Mr. Bowen 2 episodes
The Catlins 1983 T. J. Catlin 1 episode
Number One 1985 Landlord TV movie
Armour of God 1986 Film, Voice, (final film role)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Michael Forrest". BFI.
  2. ^ "Michael Forrest". www.aveleyman.com.

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