Bartlett Mullins

Bartlett Mullins (born 13 August 1904 – died 15 May 1992) was a British actor.[1][2]

Bartlett Mullins
Born
William Bartley Mullins

(1904-08-13)13 August 1904
Crosby, Lancashire, England
Died15 May 1992(1992-05-15) (aged 87)
Devon, England
OccupationActor

Career

He is best remembered by British TV viewers as Mr Clough "Cloughie", Bob and Terry's workmate in the sitcom The Likely Lads.[3] He also appeared on episodes of Z-Cars, Danger Man, Maigret, The Saint, Dixon of Dock Green, Doctor Who (in the serial The Sensorites), Adam Adamant Lives!, The Prisoner, On the Buses, Steptoe and Son, Secret Army and Worzel Gummidge.[4]

His stage work included Dorothy L. Sayers The Zeal of Thy House at London's Garrick Theatre in 1938; and Sacha Guitry's Don't Listen, Ladies at the Booth Theatre on Broadway in 1948-49.[5][6]

Selected filmography

References



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