Charles Lloyd-Pack

Charles Lloyd-Pack (10 October 1902 – 22 December 1983) was a British film, television and stage actor.[1]

Charles Lloyd-Pack
Born(1902-10-10)10 October 1902
Wapping, London, England
Died22 December 1983(1983-12-22) (aged 81)
London, England
OccupationActor
Years active1936–1983
Spouse(s)
Ulrike Elizabeth Pulay (m. 1941)
Children2, including Roger Lloyd-Pack

Life and career

He was born at Wapping, East London, to working-class parents.[2] 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!.[3] 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).

Personal life

He married Viennese Jewish refugee[4] Ulrike Elizabeth Pulay (25 April 1921 – 2000), a travel agent and later founder of a kindergarten,[5][6] in 1941, and was the father of actor Roger Lloyd-Pack and stage manager Christopher Lloyd-Pack. His grandchildren include actress Emily Lloyd.

Filmography

YearTitleRoleDirectorNotes
1936The House of the SpaniardMan in trainReginald Denham
1949For Them That TrespassTheatre CriticAlberto CavalcantiUncredited
1949Man on the RunMr. Collins - JewellerLawrence HuntingtonUncredited
1950Last HolidayBank CashierHenry CassUncredited
1951High TreasonPercy WardRoy Boulting
1952Old Mother Riley Meets the VampireSir Joshua BingJohn Gilling
1952I'm a StrangerMr. CringleBrock Williams
1952Gift HorseMember of Board of InquiryCompton Bennett
1953Noose for a LadyRobert UpcottWolf Rilla
1954River BeatJohn HendrickGuy Green
1954Conflict of WingsBookieJohn Eldridge
1954Aunt ClaraSimon's DoctorAnthony KimminsUncredited
1955The Constant HusbandSolicitorSidney Gilliat
1955Track the Man DownGerry PalmerR.G. SpringsteenUncredited
1955Value for MoneyMr. GidbrookKen Annakin
1955All for MaryDoctorWendy Toye
1956Yield to the Night aka Blonde SinnerMary's LawyerJ. Lee Thompson
1956The Last Man to Hang?FrognalTerence Fisher
1956Loser Takes AllSir Walter BlixonKen AnnakinUncredited
1956Three Men in a BoatMr QuilpKen Annakin
1957Alive on SaturdayGormanAlfred Travers
1957Doctor at LargeRalph ThomasUncredited
1957InterpolEnglish touristJohn Gilling
1957Stranger in TownCaptain NashGeorge Pollock
1957Quatermass 2DawsonVal Guest
1957The Flesh Is WeakSalviDon Chaffey
1957The Story of Esther CostelloDr. BlakeDavid MillerUncredited
1957The ScampBeamishWolf Rilla
1957Barnacle BillTrittonCharles Frend
1957Night of the DemonChemistJacques Tourneur
1957Blue Murder at St Trinian'sHenry Roberts Prison GovernorFrank Launder
1958The SafecrackerLambertRay Milland
1958DraculaDr. SewardTerence Fisher
1958The Revenge of FrankensteinPresident of the Medical CouncilTerence Fisher
1958Further Up the CreekEl DiabloVal Guest
1958Corridors of BloodHardcastleRobert Day
1959The Man Who Could Cheat DeathMan at Private ViewTerence FisherUncredited
1959BobbikinsStebbinsRobert DayUncredited
1959Cover Girl KillerCaptain AdamsTerry Bishop
1960Cone of SilenceCommissioner #2Charles Frend
1960The Day They Robbed the Bank of EnglandMr. PeabodyJohn GuillerminUncredited
1960Doctor LoveHospital DeanRalph ThomasUncredited
1960A Circle of DeceptionAyresJack Lee
1960The Three Worlds of GulliverMakovanJack Sher
1961The Terror of the TongsDr. Fu Chao, tong memberAnthony Bushell
1961The KitchenChefJames Hill
1961VictimHenryBasil Dearden
1962Flat TwoMIllerAlan Cooke
1962Only Two Can PlayCommittee MemberSidney GilliatUncredited
1962Crooks AnonymousFletcherKen Annakin
1963Siege of the SaxonsThe DoctorNathan H. Juran
1964The Third SecretDermot McHenryCharles Crichton
1964Every Day's a HolidayMr. CloseJames Hill
1965Operation CrossbowTechnical ExaminerMichael AndersonUncredited
1966The ReptileThe VicarJohn Gilling
1967The Shuttered RoomBarge MasterDavid Greene
1967Les grandes vacancesJean Girault
1967BedazzledVicarStanley Donen
1967Two a PennyReverend AllisonJames F. Collier
1968SebastianChess PlayerDavid Greene
1968Diamonds for BreakfastButlerChristopher Morahan
1968If....Classics MasterLindsay Anderson
1969The Best House in LondonPhilip Saville
1970The Man Who Haunted HimselfJamesonBasil Dearden
1970Song of NorwayChevalierAndrew L. StoneUncredited
1970I Start CountingPriest at SchoolDavid Greene
1971All the Right NoisesStagedoor keeperGerry O'Hara
1972Madame SinMr. WilloughbyDavid Greene
1974Frankenstein and the Monster from HellProf DurendelTerence Fisher
1980The Mirror Crack'dVicarGuy Hamilton

References


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