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6 February 1959
Redhill, Surrey, England
|Years active||1965 - present|
|Parent(s)||Peter Butterworth (deceased)|
Janet Brown (deceased)
Tyler Butterworth was born 6 February 1959 in Redhill, Surrey. His father was Peter Butterworth, who starred in many of the Carry On films. His mother was the actress and Margaret Thatcher impersonator Janet Brown. His first roles were as a child in the 1960s in such films as Darling (1965) and the Morecambe & Wise feature film The Magnificent Two (1967)
Film and televisionEdit
He starred in the black comedy Consuming Passions (1988) opposite Vanessa Redgrave and Jonathan Pryce. On television he has appeared in Rumpole of the Bailey, Bergerac, Last of the Summer Wine, The Bill, The Darling Buds of May, Hetty Wainthropp Investigates and Osborne in the ITV sitcom Fiddlers Three. He also played Proteus in the BBC Shakespeare adaption of The Two Gentlemen of Verona in 1983. He played the role of Angelo in the CITV children's sci-fi comedy series Mike and Angelo for its first two series. He also played the role of Mr Archer in Whizziwig.
Butterworth is married to actress Janet Dibley and they have two sons.
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