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Michael Elwyn
Born
Michael B. Emyrs Jones

(1942-08-23) 23 August 1942 (age 79)
OccupationActor
Years active1964–present
Spouse(s)Naomi Buch (1988–?)
Partner(s)Alison Steadman

Michael Elwyn (born 23 August 1942) is a Welsh actor, notable for his work in film (Shadow Man), stage (The Audience, as Anthony Eden) and television (Stella).

Elwyn was born in Pontypridd. He is the partner of actress Alison Steadman, and is best known for his role as Sir Edward in the BBC Series of Robin Hood.[1] In 2020 Elwyn joined the cast of Coronation Street playing 'Charles Moore' Resident Chair of 'Stillwaters'.

Filmography

TV

Year Title Role Production Notes
1966–1967 Doctor Who (The Highlanders) Lt. Algernon Ffinch BBC television
1971 Jude the Obscure Undergraduate
1980 Love in a Cold Climate Roly Thames Television
1988 Piece of Cake Air Commodore Bletchley LWT
2002–2003 Bad Girls Rev. Henry Mills Shed Productions
2006–2007 Robin Hood Edward, Marian's father Season 1–2
2012, 2017 Stella Ken, Stella's father Sky1 Series regular; 13 episodes
2013 Da Vinci's Demons Gentile Becchi
2020 Coronation Street Charles Moore ITV Recurring role; 13 episodes
Casualty Eric Mann BBC television Episode #34.30
Quiz Judge Rivlin ITV Episode #1.3

Film

Year Title Role Production Notes
2006 Shadow Man

Stage

Year Title Role Production Notes
2013 The Audience

References

  1. ^ Alison Steadman. "The Alison Steadman Page". Pandp2.home.comcast.net. Archived from the original on 16 July 2007. Retrieved 23 May 2012.

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