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Sadie Barnard Add to this record. Does anyone remember him? Colin Budd Add to this record. He was waiting for his date to come home to Croyden after having served 6. He had written to the Croydon Advertiser complaining at how long it was taking to get them home - especially as he had not had any leave or seen his little girl for 2.
His little girl my mother was 2. He offered to do a 'run' for his mate and was either shot by a sniper or had a road accident - nobody knows. He was 27 when he died. I am going to Coriano Ridge war cemetery in Rimini to pay my respects to my Grandfather, of whom I am very proud. I wondered if there was any way of finding any one who might have known him, or what had happened to him. I know it is a tall order but nothing ventured nothing gained.
Amanda Newman Add to this record. Karen Moore Add to this record. My father William Lowe was a driver in the from He took tanks into N. France travelling through Belgium and eventually ended up in the Olympic Stadium in Berlin. Beverley Hateley-Lowe Add to this record. During my time in the Desert, I was attached to many different Regiments and Divisions: And in Italy I stayed until , eventually being de-mobbed in , six years after saying goodbye to my family and friends.
I am proud to say that I was a D Day Dodger! It would make me very happy to make contact with anyone who also got their "knees brown" and possibly swap some stories of leave in the Cairo souks, Alex, or Rome. He was attached to the Eighth Army. I have recently discovered a diary he appears to written after the war in which he recounts his experiences from setting off up the Clyde in May , to arriving in Egypt 9 weeks later.
I would be interested to hear from anyone who has information about him as all I have are his diary, some photos and his medals which although give a good picture of the war and his experiences, I would like to know more about what he was like as a person.
Catherine Starling Add to this record. Sergeant George Frederick Thomas Burrows d. I would love to know who rescued him. After a convalescent, he was sent out to Africa, not sure quite where they intended to land. His ship was the HMS Anselm and he was one who didn't get off. I was about 6 years old at the time with 'ovaltiney' sisters of 4 and 2 and Mum expecting a baby in the November as Dad was killed in July He was the sun in my sky and it took me over 60 years to be healed of the grief I felt at his death.
This being through my Christian faith and a loving counsellor. War doesn't end with the peace treaty, as I and many others can testify. I have a Liverpool Echo report of the incident and Padre Cedric Pugh, who, eventually received his well earned medal.
It took my local councillors 50 years to get our lost loved ones names put on a monument. Also a small cutting about someone who was rescued from the Anselm. I am not very good with the computer but would be very willing to get good copies if anyone cared to have one. Sincerely and thanks for the site. I will try and send a donation but am now an OAP and it isn't financially easy in this 'land fit for heroes'. Maureen Bessie Bentley Add to this record.
NAAFI needed staff to go overseas, so to enable them to be in uniform, they were asked to volunteer. He was in France in and was evacuated through St. Nazaire on 17th June He told me that he was waiting on the quayside, awaiting embarkation.
I believe that he was waiting on the quay when the Lancastria was sunk. He was evacuated to Falmouth. Colin Hughes Add to this record. Pinnell Royal Army Service Corps.
So I persume he was killed in the defence of Crete, though my grandfather heard he was killed whilst trying to escape from an Italian POW camp, though this was just a rumour. Mike Symons Add to this record. Does anyone have any info on my father as he never really spoke about the war? David James Add to this record. I was told he was at Dunkirk. Can anyone tell me anything about his war service? Edward S Webber Add to this record. Private Robert Cummings Anthony d.
He was only 21, just a boy as were so many others. He was on deck when the ship was bombed, but was terrified of the water, and wouldn't jump when his pals did. They shouted for him to jump, but he was too frightened. Some of his friends survived, and it was they who came and told his mother what had happened. Although he was an only son, and just a boy, his name was never put on the war memorial here in Ayr, which his mother never understood. But after many letters and these long years his name is now on a small plate, under the memorial, too late for his mother.
Fiona McClung Add to this record. At this moment there are 27 Allied graves in Goirle. Every year we commemorate the victims of World War II, both soldiers and civilians. We know their names, but who were the persons behind the names? What were their lives before they died? Where did they come from? How did they die? It is my intention to give the victims a face, to write and keep the story behind the gravestones because we always will remember the soldier who died for our liberty.
We can forget names, but not faces. I will try to write down all their stories for the next generation so they will know who was commemorated. Send me a letter or an e-mail with additional information, a photograph or a copy of any personal document, which I can use for The Memory Book or a website. Thank you in advance for your help. Gerrit Kobes Add to this record. From there he went to Brahnau Camp 2 and was most certainly there over Christmas - I have a small piece of paper signed by other servicemen in way of a Christmas card.
Like so many others, would not speak about his wartime experiences. I have managed to piece together very little from the few documents I found at his house when he passed away. I would love to hear from anybody who knew him or anyone who can lead me in the right direction to find out what his experiences were. Many thanks for any help offered Adam Dingle Add to this record.
Alan Thackray Add to this record. He came from Perth Scotland. He was a private in the RASC. Wilma Campbell Add to this record. With the collapse of the French army Private Payne was involved in the evacuation of the 2nd BEF and he and other troops found themselves aboard the ill fated SS Lancastria. He was firing and I was feeding the gun. We brought down the plane that bombed the boat and it therefore did not return to its base to tell the tale. In the explosion which followed the bombing my comrade was severely injured.
I think I can say that I saved his life because although he was practically unconscious I managed to dress his wounds and get him safely on a boat. I placed him on the last lifeboat to leave the ship. I tried to get into a boat myself, but overbalanced and fell into the water.
I had no life belt and I could not swim, but I found an oar in the water and was able to hold myself up. I was in the water more than 2 hours. We were machine gunned during part of it, but I came through okay and was finally picked up by a French trawler.
When I got aboard I found my comrade was there too. He was lying unconscious on the deck and although I was terribly wet and weary I made a pillow for him out of some wet clothing and stayed with him until we were transferred to a bigger ship.
Here he was operated on and is, I believe, now in hospital in England. I think his feat in shooting down the German plane is deserving of some recognition. Private Payne added that his experience had somewhat affected his help and that he has now been graded B. Corporal Williamson was my father John Derek Williamson, who died when he was 68 years old in Ann Parker Add to this record.
Very sadly, he died in at the age of 27 from TB which he contracted during the war. As my dad was only one year old at the time he cannot remember him and would love to know more about him. We know he served in Dunkirk but have no other information. We would love to know if anybody can remember Frank and if they could share any memories with us. Clare Wood Add to this record. A missing in action one week before Regular Soldier for 7 years. Does anybody have any information on Sgt Geogre Simpson Andrew service number: I did hear at one point that there maybe people who were in the same POW camp in Borneo still alive.
Thank you for you time. Adam James Fowler Add to this record. His number was T He was a driver in the RASC. He seldom spoke of his experiences in depth, but used to give us snippets of information..
He spoke of being lined up to be shot on two separate occasions, but each time was reprieved I think that was a form of mental torture. He told us of making soup from nettles and from potato peelings and he worked in a salt mine. He told us that he was in on several escape plans but did nor ever try to escape himself as he reckoned he was too old and might hold the others back.
He told us that the Gaelic speakers in the camp were able to pass information to each other without the Guards knowing what they were saying. He told us of the march through Poland when men would be shot if they stopped for a second. He weighed 6 stone when he came home and was of a nervous disposition for the rest of his life. Kay Liney Add to this record. He served in Africa and Italy and was assistant director of supplies and transport in Naples. He enlisted as a private at the beginning of the war and rose to the rank of Lt Colonel.
He became an impresario after the war running the Edinburgh Festival followed by many other festivals and managed artists such as Yehudi Menuhin and Daniel Barenboim. He died in I would like also to find out where else he may have served during the war. Serena Lee Add to this record. Thomas Waugh " " Heslop Bridge Coy d.
I have a recollection of being told many years ago that the truck he was driving hit a mine, but I have no way of knowing if this is correct. I would be interested to hear from anyone who may remember him,or indeed from anyone who can give me more information about Bridge Coy,where they were and what action they were involved with at the time. Peter Wood Add to this record.
I think he may have transferred regiments, as his service medals are in a box which has RA presumably Royal Artillery on the back.
When he was first in the Army he had the prefix T before his number, by the time of his discharge the prefix was S. I think that he was a driver at first but later was a despatch rider. He has the France and Germany Star, Star, Italy Star, Defence Medal and an oak leaf on a ribbon with a narrow red stripe in the centre with a narrow white stripe, then a blue, then a red on either side.
I don't know if there should be a medal to go with that. I know that he was at Dunkirk and that he was home more than once on embarkation leave he seemed to get sent back to Fulwood Barracks Preston before embarkation. Quite often I was allowed to sew new insignia on his uniform and I was very proud whenever he added a stripe, he also let me clean his buttons - as I was very young I wonder now if he got into trouble for things not done correctly but I know that he would think it worth it for the love that went into those tasks.
I would love to know his full record, particularly why he was mentioned in despatches he always said that it was for getting the General's beer through, but didn't say which General although I know that Monty was his great hero NOTE: The medal ribbon described is for the War Medal and there should be a medal to accompany it, it is a circular medal with the kings head on the front and a lion and the date on the reverse. Barbara Radway Add to this record. Sam Hall was with the R.
Africa and later in Italy and Germany. Does anyone remember him at the clean up in Belsen concentration camp or in the desert or Italy? Hall Add to this record. Albert " " Carter d. I would love to hear from any one who knew of him and exactly where and how he died.
Susie Pateman Add to this record. Fuller was in on D-Day along with a war correspondent and a Lieut plus jeep trailer and explosives etc. I believe driver Fuller was taken as POW, my uncle the pilot died on landing. The glider was one of four assigned to land on zone V for the attack on Merville.
I hope that I have not stirred up any bad memories with this request if so then I must apologise,but if anyone can supply any info I would be very grateful. Mr R W Ockwell Add to this record. The only information I know is his regiment and that he was a driver, driving supplies and passengers. Apparently he ended up in Brest and he was at Normandy. Any help in finding out more would be welcomed. Darren Vidler Add to this record.
I tried to get him to the Tobruck cementary to no avail. Just before he died in I promised to visit the cementary at the Sangro River for him In the desert he drove a large lorry painted yellow known as the Yellow Peril. I was very close to my father and cannot equate war doings with the gentle man that I knew. I doubt there is anyone alive now that knew him but if anyone has mementos that include my father's name please contact me.
As children, my brother and I loved Capt. My mother would try her best to get us in bed before he came home at night as he would start to play with us. As a matter of fact, he hadn't seen his own daughter since the beginning of the war. One of his favorite games was to tell us we were getting on a train and he would use his big torch as a whistle and off we went around the house. His father had been killed during WWI and his body was lost. Through the Imperial War Graves Commission, he learned that his father's name was engraved on a monument in Ypres.
We all drove to the Tyne Cot Cenetery if I remember it right and I have a picture Robbie standing next to his father's name. His wife and daughter visited him and stayed at our house. After the war, he visited my parents several times. The last address I have for him is: This was written in my mother's address book and she died in I'm sure he's gone too but maybe his daughter is still around. Like me, she must be an old lady by now! I would love to hear from her or any of Robbie's relations.
Claudine De Leener Add to this record. Bigg Royal Army Service Corps I am looking for information on Albert Bigg and his service in the RASC, I know that in he was awarded the africa star with eighth army, and that he enlisted in in canterbury, but I have no other information so any further details or memories of him would be appreciated. He was only 21 and my mother went white overnight.
I have longed to know how he died because I was told he was on manouvers in Gravesend Kent. His body was brought home and an officer came to the house with a flag for his coffin. David Cumming Royal Army Service Corps David Cumming was captured at Tobruk and was a prisoner of war he was taken through Italy were I believe he escaped but was recaptured he ended up in Auschwitz in he escaped from Auschwitz and joined the Polish resistance he returned home to Carluke, Lanarkshire but he has now since died.
I am married to his daughter I would be grateful for any information anyone has. William Bartley Add to this record. He lied about his age and was accepted as his personnel records of birth were destroyed in the bombing. He was trained as a soldier and then as a specialist with pack animals and sent to Burma. He was in theatre for 6 months before the military discovered his age through county records. He was repatriated to England in time for his 17th Birthday and told not to even mention he had been in Burma.
Apparently nobody wanted to admit they had sent a 16 year old to Burma, let alone the ramifications if the public found out. Upon his return to England he began taking any course in which he could get out of barracks.
Apparently your pay also went up with every qualification. He was trained as sniper, demolitions, driver, driver Ic, medic, crew commander, gunner, parachutist, army commando, and several other courses all listed in his paybook.
He took part in at least 1 cross channel raid on German radar installations that I am aware of as a demolitions expert. He was floated around from unit to unit and finally attached semi permanent to the 43rd Wessex with the RASC. His older brother was a MP with the division and asked to have him attached to keep an eye on him as they say. He took part in the Arnhem drop as a jump master.
His aircraft was shot down and he did survive, though his chute did not open properly and he was disabled on landing. It was several days before he was found by the advancing British Forces. He recuperated in Holland after and still has contact with the Dutch family he was billeted with.
He was demobbed in mid , and then almost immediately remustered for Korea. He was attached with the 29th independent Infantry Brigade and set sail on the Empire Fowey for Korea, and arrived there in I believe December of Originally he was supposed to be part of the 26th Field Ambulance, but they were disbanded almost immediately and he was then made a crew commander of a Daimler Armoured Car and given convoy escort duties.
He was wounded 6 months later while escorting a convoy. If anyone remembers my Dad I am sure he would like to hear from you. I would really like to hear from anyone who knew him at that time. Clive Claxton Add to this record. I know he served in the Middle East and spoke about being in Jerusalem and Bethlehem. Are there any of his old comrades out there?
Sadly Dad died some years ago. Kathy Nunn Add to this record. I have some German memorabilia and a box with his name, regiment and service number on it. I would like to know where he served and any other info if possible. Martin Holt Add to this record. Elliott Car Coy. Royal Army Service Corps d. I have recently purchased some old books and maps. I wonder if he is still alive or perhaps his relations might be interested in this book. I would willingly send it to them.
Curtis Add to this record. He stepped onto an Australian destroyer without even getting his feet wet! He was captured several days later in Singapore without firing a shot and incarcerated in Changi jail. At the end of the war he was on board a transport taking him and thousands of others to Japan as slave labour. It was only from one of his friends, Sgt Gwyn Jones from Coed Poeth we learned that he had been picked upon frequently for beatings by the Japs Nips as they called them due to his small size.
Apparently, the Japs singled out anyone especially tall or small. Gwyn incidentally managed to hide from the Japs an exquisite gold ring which contained a watch, I saw it a few years later when he visited us.
George refused all medals etc. On their return he sailed in the former liner Sobieski which called at Cape Town where they were treated like kings, fed, feted and taken into private homes. On their arrival back at Southampton the dockers were on strike. The men almost mutinied wanting to unload the ships themselves. The were given rice pudding as a desert for their first meal, it hit the floor and the ceilings. Their return for compassionate leave was appallingly handled; in the end several squaddies from N E Lancashire commandeered a truck and got home that way.
A few years ago I read an account -sadly I cannot recall the author's name - from somone in the area of N E lancs who was on the same lorry and actually refers to dropping George and another of his friends off almost at their front doors.
George who had no children, died around 10yrs ago still suffering physically and mentally from his experiences whilst in captivity. Keith Tanner Add to this record. He enlisted at Canterbury on These details come from his paybook, which I found recently. His first posting was in , to Shanghai with the 12th coy. Before being transferred to Eygpt where he serve with the 31st coy.
Spending three years here. On returning home in March he was placed on the reserve list. He kept a diary of the events leading up to the Dunkirk evacuation. But it was lost or stolen along with his kitbag on a boat home. I wish now I had talked to him more about these historic times he lived through.
But I remember his disapointment at the Belgium goverment for letting the Germans through. Also the desperate scenes of drunken soldiers milling about. And the destruction of supply dumps to stop them falling into the hands of the Germans, although he filled another kitbag with cigarettes at one of these before it was blown.
Which made him quite popular on arrival back at camp in England. He also told me he drove all the way into Dunkirk, refusing to disable his truck on the outskirts as ordered. Perhaps it was an ambulance with wounded aboard he always was a bit of a rebel. Then climbing a rope to board a ship in the harbour. Which upon arriving at a British port was turned away again as it was a French ship, and the French were still fighting.
So he had to return to Dunkirk and find another ship home. His paybook states that was on 1st June , a day when 68, troops were rescued. And later with 31st I. Where he helped push the Italians out of Abysinia and Somalia. Coming home to be demobbed at Guildford on I doubt there are many of his old comrades still about now.
His best friend was a Scotsman named Nick, who I was named after, but whose address he lost long ago. Nicholas Gill Add to this record. He was in the R. He married my mother Stella Brown in November They lived in South Norwood, London.
For a time he was a medical orderly. I believe after he had had his appendix removed. I do have an Egyptian newspaper cutting with a photo of him with other medical staff taken at this time.
I believe he also undertook administration work. For a while he was seconded to a regiment from New Zealand. He became friends with an Australian who gave him a wooden napkin ring for his daughter me who was born in July He played piano in the officers' mess. He also played accordion and clarinet. He returned to England and was then sent to Norway.
I never thought to ask why or for how long. I hope there is someone who may remember. I feel that time is running out now and I am very sorry that I did not question him further. Stella Little Add to this record. Edward Owen th Coy. In he was in the middle east serving as a driver with No 1 Platoon th Coy. Did anybody know him or could anyone shed some light on what the company would have been doing? Jim Owen Add to this record. He came home in Steve Smith Add to this record.
Arthur Albert Philip Wray th Coy. I don't have much information as he passed away 13 years ago and never spoke of the war while alive. Would love to have some more information even better if any old colleagues still alive to fill in the gaps.
Paul Wray Add to this record. Bob is now aged 92 and living in sheltered accomadation in Chester-Le-Street and, although elderly, has still got all his facalties. I have known Bob as uncle Bob for all of my 49 years. I am in possesion of his homemade scrap book with pictures taken in the camps by a German Guard for payment and includes a lot of his friends as well as his camp tag. I am getting some great stories and information off Bob and will share them in the future.
It would be great for any of the family of these men to swap stories. Bob was well known for being the Welterwieght Boxing Champion of the camp for his 4 years of, as he puts it, Holiday on Adolf's cost. Norman Watson Add to this record. He was on the March and was finally repatriated to Britain. Brian Hughes Add to this record. Any information or if anyone knows of him and could pass on would be very much appreciated.
Wendy McEvoy Add to this record. I am trying to find his army number and find out if he won any medals. He passed away 20yrs ago and would only talk vaugely about the war to me as I think it upset him.
His name was Bertie john Rowlands. I have enclosed a photo if this is any help. Kindrey Davies Add to this record. Henry Thomas Compton 2nd Btn. He was taken prisoner on Leros and was transported to prison camp in Germany.
He was in Stalag XIA. But he was in an out for station work camp in Elbigerode. He was able to visit Elbingerode a few years before he passed away. Jacky Pickworth Add to this record. He was also in Obermassfield Lazarette and had his legs operated on. He died from thrombosis shortly after the war due to this surgery. Charles Manchester Charles Manchester was my father who I never met. After injury during service he was transferred to the Royal Army Service Corps.
I have tried without success to find him listed anywhere. If anyone can assist me I would be eternally grateful. Beryll Withers Add to this record. Royal Army Service Corps My father. Ron enlisted on 15th July lying about his age to enlist. He was demobbed at York on 11th August At the very end of the war he was shot by a sniper in Arnhem and was recovering in a convent when he found out that the war was over.
I have heard that he drove on the Redball Express although I have only just started researching his war records. Ron passed away in John McCormick Add to this record.
He died when I was young He originated from Shropshire, but moved to British Steel in Scunthorpe after he left the service. Would appreciate any photographs if anyone has groupshots with named servicemen etc.
David Betts Add to this record. Kadigawe who passed away recently at his ancestral home in Kandy after a distinguished career in the Sri Lanka Police.
His death took my mind back to when for the first time he revealed to a journalist his World War II experiences as a paratrooper in Nazi-occupied Europe. It all began when he told me that he liked to know the whereabouts of a Greek family that had befriended him during the war. Responding to his request, I had a short news item published on the Sunday Observer front page stating that Kadigawe wished to contact the family of Constantinades who lived in the city of Piraeus.
But there was no response to it from anyone, though all details were given. Composed and accomplished character actor with a more than respectable CV, who began his professional career with the Lyric Players in Belfast during the seventies.
Towards the end of the decade he enjoyed a busy period on both stage and screen. He was back in Belfast that year, marvellous as the father S. Patrick McAlinney was another example of tunnel vision casting, identified and labelled Irish type, he was seldom afforded the opportunity of choice and reluctantly but always professionally, accepted his lot.
He turned professional comparatively late in life, fortuitously in the same year, , his friend, actor and writer Joseph Tomelty was commissioned by the BBC N. In he was part of a large contingent of Group Theatre Players, who under the direction of Tyrone Guthrie and the banner of the N.
Ireland Festival Company, travelled to London for a series of plays in celebration of the Festival of Britain. His film debut in was undemanding, a low-key credit as Mick in C.
Devlin as the scheming Neale Macook. Screen work was minimal in the seventies and amounted to a handful of offers, involving archetypal Ulster types which barely raised a sweat. John McBride, although not a constitutive member of the Group Players, was sustained by association and from his earliest experiences in amateur theatre, was an earnest contributor across all media for over fifty years.
He made his uncredited debut in director Erle C. At the beginning of the war he returned to live in Ireland and worked periodically in Dublin theatre, appearing with Belfast born Eithne Dunne at the Olympia in but despite his cinematic past, he unable to establish a persona solid enough to flourish on the Irish stage.
In the early fifties he launched his second career, when he and fellow actor Stanley Illsley became theatrical co-producers and working principally from the Olympia, created a populist alternative world of variety shows. His tenure at the Olympia included two rare stage appearances, both starring roles, in M. His enthusiasm knew no bounds, as around this time he and Robert Dempster co-founded the Carrickfergus Players, a company specializing in one-act plays in the vernacular.
He both acted in and directed productions such as D. In the mid- thirties he was recruited by Richard Hayward and J. The tireless McCandless soon added his considerable experience to the assembled pool of talent, taking the central role of Andrew Boyd in St. His second and final screen appearance was as Rev.
Devlin, Kathleen Feenan and Tomelty himself. Just past his seventy fifth birthday in that fateful, well documented final year of the Group Players, , he found no shortage of acting and directing work. McCandless was incontestably a stage actor, a lifelong thespian who remarkably predated by almost a generation, the majority of his Group Theatre contemporaries.
Reserved but dexterous man of theatre, who was working for BBC radio in Belfast, when he first appeared on stage aged sixteen, as Raleigh in R. Her time in front of the camera lasted barely seven years and with a limited stage background, her attenuated legacy will not stand the test of time. In this he was credited loosely as Orange Man, opposite a coterie of Northern Irish actors headed by J.
Devlin, Elizabeth Begley and Harry Towb. In the eighties he was back in uniform again, as a constable and two sergeants in three consecutive television productions. Indomitable character actor with a staggered stage history and a late but short television career, which uneventfully played out during the mid to late eighties. She returned to the Arts Theatre in , where under the direction of Roy Heayberd she starred in a number of productions.
She was arguably more productive in the eighties, working on both stage and television, a medium she had hitherto ignored.
The play later transferred to the Gielgud Theatre, London in September and ran triumphantly for three months, later travelling with full cast intact to the Lyceum Theatre on Broadway, where it enjoyed a limited four week run from April Niamh McGrady has been fortunate to have secured two consequential television roles that could arguably be described as defining, both recurring, one in a shorter term dark drama, the other snug and less challenging, but offering inestimably regular work.
Two low-key appearances on television in did nothing to enhance his image and only his D. Liam McMahon has been by a long chalk, closer to a breakthrough on screen, which pragmatically seems to be the favoured medium, but hopefully and aesthetically, only for the immediate future. M Moyna Macgill McIldowie Born Belfast 10th December Died Los Angeles 25th November Obdurate and methodical character player, whose career although not glittering, will probably be forgotten and instead will be unfairly remembered as the mother of Angela Lansbury.
Other Theatre, Film and TV credits: Other Theatre and Film and TV credits: Engaging and comely, occasional leading lady, of proven aristocratic Scottish ancestry, who trained at the Gaeity School of Acting in Dublin during the early nineties.
Her first big screen role was barely credited, when cast as a film student in director Kieron J. In a career which still awaits exposition, Flora Montgomery has, despite her best efforts, been unable to raise her profile beyond that of a very capable utility player. Other Theatre and TV credits: Purposeful and physical journeyman actor, who had no history on the Irish stage before his departure to London in the early fifties, as a qualified carpenter in search of the anticipated work boom.
In the late fifties he joined the radical Somers Town Theatre Group in Camden and during his time there befriended the legendary theatre director Joan Littlewood. She suggested he might, with a little perseverance, make a living as a professional actor, which at the time was flattering, but for him impractical advice.
In the early years he was to find that acting for a living was not always guaranteed and indeed on more than one occasion was forced to employ his former trade to make ends meet.
Artful and practised character player and former League of Ireland footballer, who was prominent on the Belfast stage for over thirty years, during which time he forged a serviceable career on screen, appearing in an assortment of ethnically constrained roles from the early seventies.
His first professional stage appearance, a low key credit in G.
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