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Old 29th May 2022, 06:16 AM
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Who: Before And After #780a
Name: John Adam Baker [? - ]
Year(s): 1984
Stories: Resurrection Of The Daleks part 1
Character(s): Senior Ensign 'Baz' Seaton

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Top of the Pops [37 episodes as a member of the dance troupe Zoo (1981-1982)] / The Cleopatras: 115 BC (1983)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: London's Burning (1989) / The Bill: Night and Day (1991) / Finney (1994)

Who: Before And After #780b
Name: William Sleigh [? - ]
Year(s): 1984
Stories: Resurrection Of The Daleks part 1
Character(s): Galloway

Before Who:
Films: Arabian Adventure (1979)
Television: Marie Curie [2 episodes as Dluski (1977)] / The BBC Television Shakespeare: Measure for Measure (1979) / Reilly - Ace of Spies: The Last Journey (1983)

After Who:
Films: Bellman and True (1987), Jacob (1994), Gangster Kittens (2016)
Television: Bad Boyes [2 episodes as the Child of the Flowers (1987)] / No Place Like Home: Hero (1987) / Gems (1988) / The New Statesman: California Here I Come (1989) / Sleepers: The Net Tightens (1991) / Tipping the Velvet (2002)

Who: Before And After #780c
Name: Les Grantham [1947 - 2018] [Is also known as Leslie Grantham]
Year(s): 1984
Stories: Resurrection Of The Daleks part 1 Resurrection Of The Daleks part 2
Character(s): Kiston
Note: Best known for his work in the soap opera EastEnders, he had a notorious past that coincided with a longtime Doctor Who connection. In 1966, whilst serving in the British Army in West Germany, he shot and killed a taxi driver during a botched robbery attempt. He was convicted of murder and spent a decade in prison. During his imprisonment, he met and befriended Louise Jameson prior to her being cast as Leela. They became pen pals, and she encouraged him to become an actor. After being released from prison in 1977, he studied his craft and made his first major television appearance in 'Resurrection of the Daleks'

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Minder: Gunfight at the O.K. Laundrette (1979) / BBC2 Playhouse: Jake's End (1982) / Goodnight and God Bless: Little Green-Eyed Monster (1983)

After Who:
Films: Morons from Outer Space* (1985), The Nightwatch (1989), The Grove Family (1991), Waiting for Godot [as Estragon] (1991), Gummed Labels (1992), Shadow Run* (1998), Crow's Nest (1998), The Bench (1999), The Wedding Tackle (2000), The Stretch (2000), Lava (2001), Charlie (2004), Deadtime (2012), Acceptance (2012), The Factory (2013), Mob Handed (2016), Jack Southeast (2018), The Krays: Dead Man Walking [as Nipper Read] (2018)


Television: The Jewel in the Crown: The Moghul Room (1984) / Dramarama: Night of the Narrow Boats (1984) / Screen Two: Knockback (1985) / EastEnders* [562 episodes as Den Watts (1985-2005)] / Winners and Losers [3 episodes as Eddie Burt (1989)] / The Paradise Club [20 episodes as Danny Kane (1989-1990)] / The Good Guys: Horseplay (1992) / Woof! [6 episodes, different characters (1992-1995)] / Comedy Playhouse: Wild Oats (1993) / Runaway Bay: Radio Daze (1993) / Cluedo [6 episodes as Colonel Mustard (1993)] / 99-1 [14 episodes as Mick Raynor (1994-1995)] / Delta Wave: Dodgy Jammers (1996) / The Uninvited [4 episodes as Chief Supt. Philip Gates (1997)] / Wycliffe; Dance of the Scorpions (1997) / Noel's House Party [3 episodes as the Barman (1998)] / The Bill [4 episodes as Jimmy Smith (1998)] / The Timekeepers of the Millennium (1999) / Bernard's Watch: Ending Time (1999) / Urban Gothic: The Boy's Club (2000) / Gypsy Girl (2001) / Heartbeat: The Great Ming Mystery (2002)

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