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Robert Brown FRSE FRS FLS MWS (21 December 1773 – 10 June 1858) was a Scottish botanist and palaeobotanist who made important contributions to botany largely through his pioneering use of the microscope. His contributions include one of the earliest detailed descriptions of the cell nucleus and cytoplasmic streaming; the observation of Brownian motion; early work on plant pollination and fertilisation, including being the first to recognise the fundamental difference between gymnosperms and angiosperms; and some of the earliest studies in palynology. He also made numerous contributions to plant taxonomy, including the erection of a number of plant families that are still accepted today; and numerous Australian plant genera and species, the fruit of his exploration of that continent with Matthew Flinders. Wikipedia

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Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Theatre Royal1955TV SeriesSwain
The Dark Avenger1955First French Knight
Passage Home1955Shane
Barbara's Wedding1954TV MovieDering
Campbell Summer Soundstage1954TV Series
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre1950-1953TV SeriesHindley Earnshaw / Donald Gage / Hubert Drew / ...
The Long Rope1953Mick Jordan
The Will1953TV ShortPhilip Ross
Wednesday Theatre1953TV SeriesDick Pascoe
Noose for a Lady1953Jonas Rigg
Shadow of the Vine1953TV MovieArthur Heath
The Pickwick Papers1953TV SeriesMr. Bob Sawyer
The Gambler and the Lady1952John - Waiter at Max's Dive (uncredited)
The Infinite Shoeblack1952TV MovieAndrew Berwick
The Mask1952TV ShortJames Glasson
Time, Gentlemen, Please!1952Bill Jordan
Ivanhoe1952Castle Guard Yelling 'Horseman Approaching from the South!' (uncredited)
Derby Day1952Foster - Berkeley's Butler (uncredited)
Leading Question1952TV ShortPeace-be-with-us Smith
The Marvellous History of St. Bernard1952TV MovieBonaventure
Death of an Angel1952Jim Pollard (uncredited)
Milestones1951TV MovieArthur Preece
A Tomb with a View1951TV MovieAlec Lanch
The Fifty Mark1951TV MovieRoy Clarke
The Empty Street1951TV ShortRobins
Cloudburst1951Carter
Rush Job1951TV MovieCliff Whatley
The Dark Man1951Policeman at Hospital (uncredited)
Out of True1951ShortDr. Dale
Marion1950TV MovieGeorge Saunders
The Coventry Nativity Play1949TV MovieFirst soldier
The Big Story1949TV SeriesDanny
The Third Man1949British Military Policeman in Sewer Chase (uncredited)
Good Friday1948TV MovieHerod (1950 version)
Merlin of the Crystal Cave1991TV SeriesGorlois
Licence to Kill1989M
Slow Burn1989VideoGrandfather in Church
Hannay1988TV SeriesRobertson
The Living Daylights1987M
A View to a Kill1985M
King John1984TV MovieEarl of Pembroke
Fantasy Island1984TV Series
Octopussy1983M
The Winds of War1983TV Mini-SeriesEnglish Merchantman Captain
The Forgotten Story1983TV SeriesCaptain Stevens
Hit Man19822nd bodyguard
American Playhouse1982TV SeriesLuke
Lion of the Desert1981Al Fadeel
Angels1980TV SeriesMr. Carlisle
Time of My Life1980TV SeriesMr. Richards
Henry IV Part I1979TV MovieSir Walter Blunt
Danger UXB1979TV SeriesCivil Defence Officer
The Passage1979Major
All Creatures Great and Small1978TV SeriesMr. Hewison
Warlords of the Deep1978Briggs
Play for Today1978TV SeriesRector
The Cost of Loving1977TV SeriesAdam Greenaway
Mr. Big1977TV SeriesSheik Ibrahim
The Spy Who Loved Me1977Admiral Hargreaves
Jesus of Nazareth1977TV Mini-SeriesA Pharasee
The Message1977Otba
Fall of Eagles1974TV Mini-SeriesUncle Serge
Demons of the Mind1972Fischinger
Wreck Raisers1972Cox'n
The Protectors1972TV SeriesGovernor
1,000 Convicts and a Woman1971Ralph
Private Road1971Mr. Halpern
The Doctors1971TV SeriesRobert Thurlow
Big Brother1970TV Mini-SeriesEdward Cheeseman
Tintin and the Temple of the Sun1969Tarragon (English version, voice, uncredited)
The Newcomers1965-1969TV SeriesBert Harker
Un hombre solo1969
One Million Years B.C.1966Akhoba
King of the River1966TV SeriesBen King
ITV Play of the Week1966TV SeriesInsp. Wilkins
Softly Softly1966TV SeriesBramley
The Avengers1965TV SeriesSaul
Operation Crossbow1965Air Commodore
Thursday Theatre1965TV SeriesSam Sixty
All in Good Time1964ShortGeorge Fitch
Gideon C.I.D.1964TV SeriesBill Campbell
The Saint1963-1964TV SeriesAtkins / Jackman
Escape by Night1964Mawsley
Smuggler's Bay1964TV SeriesSam Tewkesbury
The Masque of the Red Death1964Guard
Ghost Squad1964TV SeriesKaufmann
Emergency-Ward 101964TV SeriesMr. Waterman
Dr. Syn, Alias the Scarecrow1963Sam Farley
Boyd Q.C.1963TV SeriesAdrian Marshall
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1963TV SeriesSam / Douin / Sam Farley
No Hiding Place1961-1963TV SeriesBerry / Lew Evatt
Sierra Nine1963TV SeriesGalliver
The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre1963TV SeriesRichard Harrison
Mystery Submarine1963Coxswain Drage
Billy Budd1962Arnold Talbot - Maintopman
Flight from Treason1962
The 300 Spartans1962Pentheus
Dixon of Dock Green1960-1961TV SeriesMr. Lee / Dick Hastings
A Story of David: The Hunted1961Jashobeam
The Arthur Askey Show1961TV Series
Macbeth1960/IIITV MovieBloody Sergeant
Sands of the Desert19601st Tourist
Armchair Mystery Theatre1960TV SeriesGeorge Hibberd
Inside Story1960TV SeriesJack Brooks
It Takes a Thief1960Bob Crowther
Interpol Calling1959-1960TV SeriesSergeant at Car Impound / Attendant
Sink the Bismarck!1960Gunnery Officer on George V (uncredited)
Armchair Theatre1956-1960TV SeriesBert Turner / Kenneth Dowey / Joe Mawson in
H.G.Wells' Invisible Man1959TV SeriesProf. Howard
Ben-Hur1959Chief of Rowers (uncredited)
Saturday Playhouse1959TV SeriesRichard Pengally
Shake Hands with the Devil1959First Sergeant 'Black & Tans'
The Offshore Island1959TV MovieMartin
Ivanhoe1958-1959TV SeriesGurth
The Flying Doctor1959TV SeriesSam Marlow
Room 431958Mike
The Veil1958TV Mini-SeriesConstable
Campbell's Kingdom1957Ben Creasy
The Abominable Snowman1957Ed. Shelley
Overseas Press Club - Exclusive!1957TV SeriesErik Richter
The Steel Bayonet1957Sgt. Maj. Gill
Kill Me Tomorrow1957Steve Ryan
Assignment Foreign Legion1956TV SeriesSergeant Boucher
Hell in Korea1956Pvt. O'Brien
The Count of Monte Cristo1956TV SeriesBaron Buray / Valpezzo
Colonel March of Scotland Yard1956TV SeriesDr. Robert Hastings
Kraft Theatre1956TV SeriesCrewman / Officer
The Man Who Never Was1956French (uncredited)
Tears for Simon1956Farmer with Shotgun (uncredited)
Helen of Troy1956Polydorus
Rheingold Theatre1955-1956TV SeriesZanos / Surgeon Lt. Donald Reynell, RCNVR

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Kraft Mystery Theater1960TV Series
Jack the Ripper1958TV MovieConstable

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#Fact
1He appeared in two unrelated adaptations of Sir Walter Scott's 1820 novel "Ivanhoe": Ivanhoe (1952) and Ivanhoe (1958).
2He appeared in three films with Bernard Lee, his predecessor as M: The Third Man (1949), Sink the Bismarck! (1960) and The Spy Who Loved Me (1977). Coincidentally, Geoffrey Keen appeared in all three films.
3He appeared in ten films with Geoffrey Keen: The Third Man (1949), Passage Home (1955), The Man Who Never Was (1956), Sink the Bismarck! (1960), Flight from Treason (1962), Dr. Syn, Alias the Scarecrow (1963), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), Octopussy (1983), A View to a Kill (1985) and The Living Daylights (1987).
4Succeeded Bernard Lee as M in the James Bond films. However, it is not known if he is meant to be the same character, Admiral Sir Miles Messervy, or a different character promoted to be director of MI6. Complicating matters is the fact that Brown played a different character in The Spy Who Loved Me (1977). Brown's picture also does not appear in the office of the next M, Judi Dench, but Lee's does.
5Studied acting in New York City at both the New School for Social Research's Dramatic Workshop and the American Theater Wing.
6He went from playing Roger Moore's servant on Ivanhoe (1958) to becoming his superior in the Bond movies, starting with Octopussy (1983).
7He was born and died in Swanage, Dorset, where his father had been coxswain of the town's lifeboat. In 1992, a lifeboat was named "Robert Charles Brown" after his father.


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