Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
Melissa Errico to Colleen Fitzpatrick
Terence Feely Biography (1928-2000)
Full name, Terence John Feely; born July 20, 1928, in Liverpool, England; sonof Edward (a sales director) and Mary (Glancy) Feely; married Elizabeth Adams (an interior designer). Addresses: HOME--Flat Two, 55 Drayton Gardens, South Kensington, London SW10 9RU, England. AGENT--Douglas Rae, 28 CharingCross Road, London WC 0DB, England.
- Birth Details
- July 20, 1928
- Liverpool, England
- Shout for Life (originally produced as Sergeant Dower Must Die), Vaudeville Theatre, London, 1963.
- Don't Let Summer Come, Mermaid Theatre, London, 1964.
- Adam's Apple, Golders Green Theatre, London, 1966.
- Who Killed Santa Claus?, Theatre Royal, Windsor, U.K., 1969, then Piccadilly Theatre, London, 1970, published by Samuel French, 1971.
- (with Brian Clemens) The Avengers, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham, U.K., then Prince of Wales Theatre, London, both 1971.
- Dear Hearts, Mountview Theatre, London, 1974.
- Heute Kommt Der Weihnachtsmann, first produced in Germany, 1977.
- Mindbender, Qui a tue le pere, first produced in Brussels, Belgium, 1979.
- Murder in Mind, Theatre Royal, Windsor, 1979, then Strand Theatre, London, 1982.
- The Team, Hartman Theatre, Stamford, CT, 1985.
- Written in the Sand, Parador, 1969.
- Quest for Love, Viacom, 1970.
- Our Miss Fred, EMI, 1971.
- Comment fais-tu l'amour, Cerise?, Film Sonar, 1972.
- The Gentle Touch, London Weekend Television (LWT), 1979-82.
- The Heavy Mob, Independent Television (ITV), 1979.
- Number Ten, ITV, 1982.
- Cats' Eyes, LWT, 1983-86.
- The Further Adventures of Tom Jones, HTV, 1987.
- MINI-SERIES Affairs of the Heart, ITV, 1975.
- Mistral's Daughter, CBS, 1984.
- Eureka, syndicated, 1987.
- The Saint, syndicated, 1960-66, NBC, 1967-68, CBS, 1969.
- The Prisoner, CBS, 1968-69.
- (with Brian Clemens) "Spell of Evil" and "Death in Small Doses," both Thriller, ABC, 1973.
- (with Clemens) "The Eyes Have It," "Only a Scream Away," "The Savage Curse," and "Sign It Death," all Thriller, ABC, 1974.
- (with Clemens) "Look Back in Darkness" and "A Place to Die," both Thriller, ABC, 1975.
- Return of the Saint, CBS, 1978.
- The New Avengers, CBS, 1978.
- Bergerac, Entertainment Channel, 1982.
- Robin's Nest, syndicated, 1983.
- Also Within These Walls, The Scarlet Pimpernel, This Racing Game, and TheMan.
- A Hazard of Hearts, CBS, 1987.
- The Duel, ITV, 1973.
- Country Wedding, ITV, 1973.
- The Marriage Feast, ITV, 1973.
- The Gift of Life, ITV, 1973.
- The Girl from Rome, ITV, 1973.
- The Swordsman, ITV, 1973.
- The Pupil, ITV, 1973.
- Rolf the Penitent, ITV, 1973.
- The Treaty, ITV, 1973.
- The Preacher, ITV, 1973.
- The Challenge, ITV, 1973.
- The Group, ITV, 1974.
- Kiss Me and Die, ITV, 1974.
- Ring Once for Death, ITV, 1974.
- The Horns of Pentecost, ITV, 1974.
- Going Home, ITV, 1975.
- The Next Voice You See, ITV, 1975.
- Mother's Girl, ITV, 1976.
- Miss Tita, ITV, 1976.
- Kate, Maisie, Elizabeth, Leonie, and Bessie, ITV, 1976.
- The Bringers of Wonder, ITV, 1977.
- A Hiding to Nothing, ITV, 1979.
- Shoestring, BBC, 1980.
- Company & Co., BBC, 1980.
- Also Melody, Decoy, Break-In, Gifts, and The Hit, all 1980.
- (With Frederick E. Smith, Val Guest, and Brian Clemens) The Persuaders, Book 3 (fiction), Pan, 1973, published in the U.S. as The Persuaders at Large,Henry Publications, 1977.
- Arthur of the Britons (fiction), HTV, 1974.
- (with Graham Weaver and John Kruse) Leslie Charteris' The Saint in Trouble (fiction), Doubleday, 1978.
- Rich Little Poor Girl (fiction), Hamlyn, 1981, Pocket Books, 1982.
- The Gentle Touch (fiction), Sphere, 1981.
- Number Ten (fiction), Sidgwick and Jackson, 1982.
- Limelight (fiction), Sidgwick and Jackson, 1983, then William Morrow, 1984.
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