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Leslie Crowther (1933–1996)

Leslie Crowther was born on February 6, 1933 in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England as Leslie Douglas Sargent Crowther. He was an actor and writer, known for My Good Woman (1972), Comedy Playhouse (1961) and A Midsummer Night's Dream Part 1 (1950). He was married to Jean Stone. He died on September 29, 1996 in Weston, Bath, Somerset, England. See full bio »

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Known For

My Good Woman Clive Gibbons
(1972-1974)
Comedy Playhouse Thomas Jones
(1966)

Filmography

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 1988 Cue Gary (TV Series)
- Episode #2.4 (1988)
 1986 And There's More (TV Series)
 1985 Alice in Wonderland (TV Series)
The Cheshire Cat
- A Mad Tea Party and the Queen's Croquet Ground (1985) ... The Cheshire Cat (voice)
- Pig and Pepper and on to a Tea Party (1985) ... The Cheshire Cat (voice)
 1981 Bud 'n' Ches (TV Movie)
Chesney Allen
 1980 The Crowther Collection (TV Series)
Various parts
 1976-1977 Big Boy Now! (TV Series)
Tony Marchant
- Follow That Cat (1977) ... Tony Marchant
- Edgar's Other Woman (1977) ... Tony Marchant
- Supergirl (1977) ... Tony Marchant
- Ships with Everything (1977) ... Tony Marchant
- Mr and Mrs (1977) ... Tony Marchant
 1975 Runaround (TV Series)
Presenter (1977)
 1975 The Summer Show (TV Series)
- Episode #1.1 (1975)
 1974 Whodunnit? (TV Series)
Panellist
- A Piece of Cake: Christmas Special (1974) ... Panellist
 1972-1974 My Good Woman (TV Series)
Clive Gibbons
- Rest Assured (1974) ... Clive Gibbons
- Two of a Kind (1974) ... Clive Gibbons
- Episode #3.5 (1973) ... Clive Gibbons
- Episode #2.6 (1972) ... Clive Gibbons
- Episode #1.1 (1972) ... Clive Gibbons
 1972 All Star Comedy Carnival (TV Movie)
Clive Gibbons (segment "Christmas With Wogan")
 1968-1970 Brian Rix Presents ... (TV Series)
Jason / The Reverend Moreton Crabshaw
- Let Sleeping Wives Lie (1970) ... Jason
- A Bit on the Side (1968) ... The Reverend Moreton Crabshaw
 1968 Humpty Dumpty (TV Movie)
Humpty Dumpty
 1968 Let Sleeping Wives Lie (TV Movie)
Jason Maxwell
 1967 The Reluctant Romeo (TV Series)
Thomas Jones
- One Down, Two to Go (1967) ... Thomas Jones
- Goodbye Mister Jones (1967) ... Thomas Jones
- Wash Your Wear Here (1967) ... Thomas Jones
- A Tale of a Shirt (1967) ... Thomas Jones
- Change Partners (1967) ... Thomas Jones
 1966 Comedy Playhouse (TV Series)
Thomas Jones
- The Reluctant Romeo (1966) ... Thomas Jones
 1962 Over the Odds
Fishmonger
 1957 Cave Men (TV Short)
George
 1952 Florentine Bronze (TV Short)
Marco
 1952 Sister Gold (TV Movie)
Juniper (31st August version)
 1952 Goonreel (TV Movie)
Various
 1951 A Midsummer Night's Dream Part 2/II (TV Movie)
Flute
 1951 A Midsummer Night's Dream Part 1/II (TV Movie)
Flute
 1950 A Midsummer Night's Dream Part 2 (TV Movie)
Flute
 1950 A Midsummer Night's Dream Part 1 (TV Movie)
Flute
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "A Midsummer's Night Dream," at the Open Air Theatre in Regents Park, London, England with Sir Robert Atkins, Richard Johnson, Russell Thorndike, Diana Wilson, Judith Stott, Josephine Tweedy, Diarmuid Kelly, and Leslie French in the cast. Sir Robert Atkins was also director.

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Trivia:

He lived in an apartment in the St John's Wood district of London. It was opposite Lords Cricket Ground where he, a great fan, could watch all games played. When a new stand was built obscuring his sight of the pitch he simply purchased the penthouse flat in the same block thereby restoring his fine - and free view. See more »

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