John Duttine Biography (1949-)

Born May 15 (one source says March), 1949, in Barnsley, Yorkshire, England; son of Josef and Caroline Edith (maiden name, Hampton) Duttine; married; children: Oscar James. Education: Attended Buttershaw Comprehensive School;studied acting at Drama Centre, London, England. Addresses: Agent-- Peter Browne Management, 13 St. Martin's Rd., London SW9 0SP, England. Career: Actor. Member of Watford Repertory Company, 1970-73, Citizens Theatre Company for two years, and Nottingham Repertory Company. Member: Greenpeace, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. Awards, Honors: Best Actor Award, Thames Television, 1980, for To Serve Them All My Days. Addresses: Agent: Peter Browne Management, 13 St. Martin's Rd.,London SW9 0SP, England.

Birth Details
May 15, 1949
Barnsley, Yorkshire, England

Famous Works

  • Television Appearances
  • Series
  • Holding On, London Weekend Television, 1975
  • King John, The Devil's Crown, BBC, 1978
  • Bill Masen, Day of the Triffids, BBC, 1981
  • Mr. Brian Drake, Lame Ducks, BBC, 1984
  • Dave Drysdale, Ain't Misbehavin',1994
  • D.I. Eric Temple, Out of the Blue,1995
  • Movies
  • Frank Scully, The Outsider, Yorkshire Television, 1982
  • Tim, A Master of the Marionettes,1989
  • John Creevey, Talking to Strange Men,1992
  • Will Saxby, "Blood Will Out," Midsomer Murders, Arts & Entertainment, 1999
  • Miniseries
  • John the Evangelist, Jesus of Nazareth, NBC, 1977
  • Hindley Earnshaw, Wuthering Heights, BBC, 1978
  • David Powlett-Jones, To Serve Them All My Days, BBC, 1980
  • Joe Lowther, A Woman of Substance, Portman/Artimes, 1984
  • Roger Zimmern, Imaginary Friends,1987
  • Touching Evil,1997-98
  • Detective Chief Superintendent Jim Hobson, This Is Personal: The Huntfor the Yorkshire Ripper,2000
  • Specials
  • Michael Hawkins, Touching Evil II(parts 1 & 3 ), PBS, 2000
  • Other Television Appearances
  • Leo, Pin to See the Peepshow, BBC, 1973
  • Gravedigger, Lord Peter Whimsey, BBC, 1974
  • Able Seaman Scobie, Warship, BBC, 1974
  • Churchill's People, BBC, 1974
  • Keith Nicholson, Spend, Spend, Spend, BBC, 1976
  • Coronation Street, Granada Television, 1977
  • Federico, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Granada Television, 1977
  • Archie Carver, The Avenue, London Weekend Television, 1977
  • Lennie, Strangers, Granada Television, 1978
  • Donald Radlett, The Mallens, Granada Television, 1979
  • Alan, Psy-Warriors, BBC, 1981
  • Jimmy, Grounding and the Kite, BBC, 1983
  • Alan, A Still Small Shout, BBC, 1985
  • Television Appearances
  • Episodic
  • Lennie Brooks, "Clever Dick," Strangers,1979
  • "Hit and Run," Tales of the Unexpected,1982
  • "Skeleton Item," Tales of the Unexpected,1982
  • "The Intercessor," Shades of Darkness, Granada Television, 1983
  • Dave, "Family Man," Love and Marriage, London Weekend Television,1983
  • Paul Melthorn, MP, "Face Value," Heartbeat,1992
  • Duncan, "Odds Against," Pilgrim's Rest,1997
  • Andrew Cross, "Vacant Possession," The Bill,1998
  • Stage Appearances
  • Osric, Hamlet, Glasgow Citizens Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland, 1970
  • Hamlet, Leatherhead Theatre, 1984
  • Jack Wakefield, Harlequinade, Royalty Theatre, London, England, 1988
  • Frank Hunter, The Browning Version, Royalty Theatre, 1988
  • The actor, The Woman in Black, Lyric (Hammersmith) Theatre, then Strand Theatre, both London, England, 1989
  • Film Appearances
  • Red, The Final Option(also known as Who Dares Wins), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1982
  • John, The Hawk, Castle Hill, 1993

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