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David Pugh (actor)

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David Pugh is an English actor, who is perhaps best known for playing Billy in the episode "Two of a Kind" of the first series of the British television series The Adventures of Black Beauty, premiered on 24 February 1973.[1][2][3]

He starred in an early film by director Tony Scott, Loving Memory, which was shown at the 1971 Cannes Film Festival.[4][5]

He appeared at London's National Theatre in 1978-9, in plays by Shakespeare, Edward Bond and John Galsworthy.[6]

He is also known for playing Parsons in the episode "Death of Glory" in Armchair Theatre, premiered on 9 November 1973.[2][7]

He played Jacques Clisson in the series Poldark, premiered on 18 September 1977.[2] He is also known for playing the Mayor's Officer / Watchman of Rouen in The First Part of Henry The Sixt in the BBC Shakespeare, premiered on 2 January 1983.[2]

He played also Man in Pub in the episode A Sense of Duty in the series Nanny, premiered on 8 January 1983.[2] He is known also for playing the Milkman in the episode To the Lowest Bidder in the series The Adventurer, premiered on 19 January 1973.[2]

Pugh also appeared in three of the BBC's classic Ghost Story for Christmas stories, playing John in The Stalls of Barchester, on 24 December 1971;[8] as the Porter in A Warning to the Curious, on 24 December 1972; and as the Herdsman in The Ash Tree, premiered on 23 December 1975.[9][10][11]

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References

  1. ^ "David Pugh" at IMDb
  2. ^ a b c d e f "David Pugh".
  3. ^ "David Pugh".
  4. ^ Baxter, Brian (24 August 2012). "How Tony Scott kickstarted his career" – via www.theguardian.com.
  5. ^ "Loving Memory (1970)".
  6. ^ "David Pugh - Theatricalia". theatricalia.com.
  7. ^ "Death of Glory (1973)".
  8. ^ "The Stalls of Barchester (1971)".
  9. ^ "Ghost Stories for Christmas: The Definitive Collection".
  10. ^ "BFI Screenonline: Warning to the Curious, A (1972) Credits". www.screenonline.org.uk.
  11. ^ "BFI Screenonline: Ash Tree, The (1975)". www.screenonline.org.uk.

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