|Born||10 October 1902|
Wapping, London, England
|Died||22 December 1983 81) (aged|
Ulrike Elizabeth Pulay (m. 1941)
|Children||2, including Roger Lloyd-Pack|
Life and career
He was born at Wapping, East London, to working-class parents. He was seen in several horror films produced by the Hammer Studios including Dracula, The Man Who Could Cheat Death, The Revenge of Frankenstein, The Terror of the Tongs and Quatermass 2, the film version of the 1955 BBC TV serial. In 1970 he appeared as Claud Nau at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Robert Bolt's play, Vivat! Vivat Regina!. His best known role was Professor Marks in the British television series Strange Report but he is also known from other television appearances in The Avengers, Man in a Suitcase, Randall & Hopkirk, The Adventures of Robin Hood, The Prisoner and the mini-series Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill (1974).
He married Viennese Jewish refugee Ulrike Elizabeth Pulay (25 April 1921 – 2000), a travel agent and later founder of a kindergarten, in 1941, and was the father of actor Roger Lloyd-Pack and stage manager Christopher Lloyd-Pack. His grandchildren include actress Emily Lloyd.
- Chichester Festival Theatre archive cast list. Accessed 8 November 2015.
- Deaths England and Wales 1984-2006