|Died||14 January 1974 50) (aged|
|Spouse(s)||Joyce W. Rankine (1949-?) (divorced) (2 children)|
Sylvia E. Horswell (1962-1974) (2 children) (his death)
Born in Newport in Monmouthshire, he was educated at Merchant Taylors' School in Northwood in Middlesex. He started his acting career in 1948 with two years at York Repertory Theatre. In the West End he appeared in The Moonraker at the Saville Theatre (1952), Dangerous Curves at the Garrick Theatre (1953), and played the Wazir in Kismet at the Stoll Theatre for two years from 1955 to 1957.
His early television appearances included Street Scene, The Last Tycoon, Love from Italy, Berkeley Square and Swedish Match King. He played the role of Mr Bumble in the original West End production of the musical Oliver! (1960). He appeared in two Doctor Who stories: as Squire Edwards in The Smugglers (1966) and the Marshal of Solos in The Mutants (1972).
Whitsun-Jones had two children by his first wife, Joyce Winifred Rankine, whom he married in 1949 and later divorced, and two from his second wife, Sylvia E. Horswell, including the actress Henrietta Whitsun-Jones.
He died of appendicitis in London in 1974 aged 50.
|The Avengers||"Man with Two Shadows" / "Room Without a View"|
|King of the River||Susanna Goes Fishing|
|Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em|
|Doctor Who||The Smugglers, The Mutants|
|The Quatermass Experiment|
|Wild, Wild Women|
|Department S||"A Cellar Full of Silence", "Death on Reflection"|
|Stock Car||1955||Turk McNeil|
|Room at the Top||1959||Man at Bar|
|Let's Get Married||1960||Uncle Herbert|
|There Was a Crooked Man||1960||Restaurant Gentleman|
|Tunes of Glory||1960||Major 'Dusty' Miller|
|The Boy Who Stole a Million||1960||Desk Sergeant|
|Doctor in Distress||1963||Grimes|
|The Masque of the Red Death||1964||Scarlatti|
|The Wild Affair||1964||Tiny Hearst|
|Life at the Top||1965||Keatley|
|What's Good for the Goose||1969||Clark|
|Simon, Simon||1970||The Boss||short film|
|All the Right Noises||1971||Mr. Melchum|
|Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde||1971||Sergeant Danvers|
|The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins||1971||Elsinore||(segment "Avarice")|
|Keep It Up, Jack||1973||Mr. Fairbrother||(final film role)|
- "Paul Whitsun-Jones".
- "Paul Whitsun-Jones".
- Whitsun-Jones' Cast Notes in a programme for Oliver! (1960)
- "Oliver! (Original London Cast) by Original London Cast on Apple Music". 1 November 1993.
- Muir, John Kenneth (5 October 2007). "A Critical History of Doctor Who on Television". McFarland – via Google Books.