Anthony Morton Net Worth

Anthony Morton Net Worth is
$4 Million

Anthony Morton Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Anthony Morton was born in 1927. He was an actor, known for Performance (1970), The Ripper (1997) and Queen Kong (1976). He died on January 15, 2001 in Birmingham, England.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of Birth1923-11-06
Place Of BirthBirmingham, England, UK
Star SignAries
Guns of Darkness (1962)120 pounds


The Ripper1997TV MovieCartman
Neighbours1996TV SeriesTony Farmer
Screen One1990TV SeriesAris
Blind Justice1988TV Mini-SeriesArbish
Dempsey and Makepeace1985TV SeriesPicasso
Fairly Secret Army1984TV SeriesWaiter
Fox Mystery Theater1984TV SeriesMaitre D'
Only Fools and Horses....1983TV SeriesLouis Lombardi
Terry and June1983TV SeriesGeoffrey
Young at Heart1982TV SeriesCarlos
Citizen Smith1980TV SeriesItalian Police Captain
Just Liz1980TV SeriesMr. Martin
Time of My Life1980TV SeriesRoberto
The Professionals1978TV SeriesHenry Turkel
The Rag Trade1977TV SeriesMr. Conway
Mr. Big1977TV Series'Greasy' Tony
Queen Kong1976Antique Dealer
Confessions of a Driving Instructor1976Violinist
The Sweeney1975TV SeriesHarry Fuller
Softly Softly: Task Force1970-1973TV SeriesBarman / Mann
The Fenn Street Gang1972TV SeriesPapa
From a Bird's Eye View1970TV SeriesSalvatore Dimano
The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer1970Shocked of Nuneaton (uncredited)
Performance1970Dennis (as Antony Morton)
Oh! What a Lovely War1969Italian Military Attaché (uncredited)
Crossroads1965-1967TV SeriesCarlos Rafael
The Wednesday Play1965TV SeriesPiggy
The Saint1964TV SeriesPortagee
Festival1964TV SeriesPriuli, the Curator
Crane1964TV SeriesMewkic
Ghost Squad1963TV SeriesWolkowsky
BBC Sunday-Night Play1963TV Mini-SeriesOurussov
Guns of Darkness1962Second Officer
Saki1962TV Mini-SeriesSebastien
Village of Daughters1962Spartaco (A Father)
ITV Television Playhouse1961TV SeriesThe postman
Maigret1961TV SeriesPondi
No Hiding Place1961TV SeriesCanastrelli
A Brother for Joe1961TV SeriesBruno Pugi


Crossroads: 30 Years On1994TV Short documentaryHimself

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