Frank Windsor

Acteur de 92 ans (12 juillet 1927)


Frank Windsor is an English actor, mainly on television.
He attended Queen Mary's Grammar School, Walsall. He began his career on radio and made an appearance in a 1953 film of Henry V . His first TV appearances were in 1960 in a series of Shakespearean plays.
His most famous role was as Detective Sergeant John Watt in Z-Cars from 1962 to 1965, and thereafter its spin-offs Softly, Softly and Softly, Softly: Taskforce from 1966 to 1976.
He starred as a rather old-fashioned headmaster grappling with problems in education in Headmaster, which started as a single play in Play for Today in 1974 and was well received, being expanded into a six-part series in 1977.
In 1969 he appeared in the pilot episode of Randall and Hopkirk in the episode My Late Lamented Friend and Partner as the wealthy businessman Sorrensen with a murderous streak. His lighter side was demonstrated in the pilot episode of the situation comedy The Dustbinmen in 1968, and as 'Scoutfinder General' in an episode of The Goodies.
He has also had regular roles in the BBC drama Casualty and the ITV drama Peak Practice; played Major Charlie Grace in EastEnders; appeared twice in Doctor Who; had various stage roles, and in his later years has appeared in a number of television commercials advertising life-assurance policies for the over-50s.


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