Roger Lloyd Pack Biography (1944-)

Born August 2, 1944, in London, England; son of Charles (an actor) and Ulrike(a travel agent; maiden name, Pulay) Lloyd Pack; married J'ehane Markham (awriter), April 24, 1975; children: Emily, Spencer, Hartley. Addresses:AGENT--Kate Feast Management, 43A Princess Rd., Regents Park, London NW1, England.

Birth Details
August 2, 1944
London, England

Famous Works

  • Credits
  • STAGE DEBUT--The Shoemakers Holiday, Northampton Repertory Company.
  • LONDON DEBUT--Policeman, Staircase, Aldwych Theatre, 1967.
  • The Lover, The Lover, St. Martin's Theatre.
  • Lloyd, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh.
  • Rosencrantz, Hamlet, Roundhouse Theatre, London.
  • Valverde, The Royal Hunt of the Sun, Watford Palace Theatre.
  • French mercenary, Paradise, Royal Court Theatre, London.
  • Aston, The Caretaker, Shaw Theatre.
  • Title role, The Trial of Bukovsky, Young Vic Theatre Company.
  • Joey, The Homecoming, and Errol Philander, Statements, both Leeds Playhouse, U.K.
  • Dave, Otherwise Engaged, and Philip, Relatively Speaking, both Vienna English Theatre.
  • John, Summer Party, Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, U.K.
  • Jimmy, Moving, Queen's Theatre, London.
  • Will, Caritas, Natinal Theatre, London.
  • Tim, Noises Off, Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, then Savoy Theatre, London.
  • Andy, Fly Away Home, Controller, Victoria Station, and Victor, One for the Road, all Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, London.
  • Osip, Wild Honey, and Tabs, Garden of England, both National Theatre.
  • Cmielewski, The Deiberate Death of a Polish Priest, Almeda Theatre.
  • Mandelstam, The Futurists, National Theatre, London.
  • Kafka, Kafka's Dick, Royal Court Theatre, London.
  • Crysaldus, School for Wives, and Juan, Yerma, both National Theatre, London, 1986.
  • Credits; MAJOR TOURS
  • Harry, The Speakers, ICA, and British tour.
  • Fanshen, ICA and British tour.
  • Joey, The Homecoming, Garrick Theatre and tour of Israel.
  • Jimmy, Moving, British tour.
  • Writer and director, The End, King's Head Theatre, 1976.
  • FILM DEBUT--Young Magus, The Magus, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969.
  • A soldier, The Virgin Soldiers.
  • Flat cleaner, Secret Ceremony.
  • Rosencrantz, Hamlet.
  • Pavlov, Meetings with Remarkable Men.
  • Nunez, Cuba.
  • Doctor, Bloody Kids.
  • Charles, The Go-Between, Columbia, 1971.
  • Rabbi, Fiddler on the Roof, United Artists, 1971.
  • Waiter, 1984, 1985.
  • TELEVISION DEBUT--Softly Softly, BBC.
  • Villian, Dixon of Dock Green, BBC.
  • revolutionary, Survivors, BBC.
  • Sydney Bagley, Brassneck, BBC.
  • Liz, The Naked Civil Servant, Thames TV.
  • Earl of Gloucester, Shakespeare, ATV.
  • Ramos, The Professionals: Longshot, Mark 1.
  • second gentleman, Henry VIII, BBC.
  • Corsican, Turtle's Progress, ATV.
  • Melvyn, Private Shultz, BBC.
  • Chambers, The Crime of Captain Colthurst, BBC.
  • Trigger, Only Fools and Horses, BBC.
  • Eddie Stone, Making Good, BBC.
  • Roy Scarper, Bouncing Back, Central TV.
  • P.C., I Thought You'd Gone, Central TV.
  • Bus fanatic, Video Stars, BBC.
  • Noble, Miracles Take Longer, Thames TV.
  • Mandres, The Brief, TVS.
  • Jimmy, Moving, Thames TV.
  • Ronald Selser, In a Secret State, BBC.
  • The Silent World of Nicholas Dunn, Central TV.

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