David Collings Net Worth

David Collings Net Worth is
$1.6 Million

David Collings Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

David Collings (born 4 June 1940 in Brighton, East Sussex) is an English actor. He has played many different roles on various television programmes, including the leading dramatic role in Fyodor Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment in 1964 (with Associated-Rediffusion Television).Collings has played historical characters such as Percy Grainger in Ken Russell's Song of Summer (1968), John Ruskin in The Love School (1975), a BBC series about the Pre-Raphaelites, and Sir Anthony Babington in Elizabeth R. In 1975 he portrayed William Wilberforce in the BBC TV mini-series The Fight Against Slavery, and starred as William Pitt in Prince Regent in 1979.He is also known for his roles in the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who including Vorus in Revenge of the Cybermen, Mawdryn in the serial Mawdryn Undead and Poul in The Robots of Death. He has also played an alternate Doctor in one of the audio plays by Big Finish Productions in the Doctor Who Unbound series, Full Fathom Five.His other notable television science fiction appearances were as Deva in the final episode of Blake's 7 and as the character of 'Silver' in several of the Sapphire and Steel adventures. He also appeared in the TV series Danger Man, Mystery and Imagination, UFO and Gideon's Way in which he played an emotionally disturbed man attacking young women in the episode The Prowler.Collings memorably played the character of Bob Cratchit in the 1970 film musical adaptation of Scrooge.He did the voice acting for the Japanese television series Journey to the West released in English-speaking countries as Monkey.In 2006, Collings was the reader of the critically acclaimed recordings of The Complete Ghost Stories of M. R. James (Craftsman Entertainment).Collings returned to the role of Poul, now named Paulus, in the episode Hidden Persuaders of the audio drama series Kaldor City; and on radio he portrayed Legolas in the BBC Radio 4 adaptation of The Lord of the Rings.He is also noted for his children's television appearances including the role of Julian Oakapple in Midnight is a Place (1977). In 1989 he played Charn (the villain) in Through The Dragon's Eye and had a recurring role as the headmaster in Press Gang from 1989-1993.He played the parts of Mortimer the Elder and Matrevis in the summer 2011 production of Edward II at the Royal Exchange, Manchester, which also featured Sam Collings.

Date Of BirthJune 4, 1940
Place Of BirthBrighton, East Sussex, England, UK
ProfessionActor, Soundtrack
Star SignGemini
1He appeared in the final episodes of two 1970s/1980s cult classic science fiction series: Blakes 7 (1978) and Sapphire & Steel (1979).
2He has two roles in common with both David Warner and Richard E. Grant. All three have played Bob Cratchit - Collings in Scrooge (1970), Warner in A Christmas Carol (1984) and Grant in A Christmas Carol (1999) - and the Doctor from Doctor Who (1963) - Collings in the Big Finish audio drama "Full Fathom Five", Warner in the Big Finish audio dramas "Sympathy for the Devil" and "Masters of War" and Grant in Comic Relief: Doctor Who - The Curse of Fatal Death (1999) and Doctor Who: Scream of the Shalka (2003).


Holby City2015TV SeriesLinden Hislop
The Invisible Woman2013Governor (as Mr. David Collings)
Wren: The Man Who Built Britain2004TV Movie documentaryDean
Ruth Rendell Mysteries1995TV SeriesMichael Sunderton
Screen Two1995TV SeriesMr. Shepherd
The Chief1993-1994TV SeriesDavid Anson
Press Gang1989-1993TV SeriesMr. Winters
The Darling Buds of May1993TV SeriesMr. Dawlish
Love Hurts1992TV SeriesBarney Blunden
Boon1991TV SeriesDetective Inspector
AD Police Files1990TV Mini-Series shortCop / Doctor (1994)
Omnibus1967-1990TV Series documentaryFather / Jakob Grimm / Stanton / ...
Devilman1990TV Mini-SeriesJinmen
Through the Dragon's Eye1989TV SeriesCharn
The Bill1989TV SeriesPaul Benton
The Return of the Antelope1988TV SeriesNugneb
Haja taisei Dangaiô1987VideoTarsan (1994) (English version, voice)
The Theban Plays by Sophocles1986TV SeriesChorus
Them and Us1985TV SeriesProsecutor
Tangiers1985Major Greville
Dramarama1985TV SeriesSky
Oscar1985TV SeriesDoctor
By the Sword Divided1985TV SeriesJohn Thurloe
Miss Marple: A Murder Is Announced1985TV Mini-SeriesReverend Harmon
The Two Gentlemen of Verona1983TV MovieThurio
Juliet Bravo1983TV SeriesPaul Pringle
The All Electric Amusement Arcade1983TV SeriesRobert
Crown Court1975-1983TV SeriesNigel Warwick / Alec Parker
Doctor Who1975-1983TV SeriesPoul Vorus Mawdryn
Sapphire & Steel1981-1982TV SeriesSilver
BBC2 Playhouse1982TV SeriesAlan
Airline1982TV SeriesDave Shaddock
Fame Is the Spur1982TV Mini-SeriesGordon Stansfield
Blakes 71981TV SeriesDeva
Dark Towers1981TV SeriesLord Dark / The Friendly Ghost
Look and Read1981TV SeriesLord Dark and the Friendly Ghost
A Tale of Two Cities1980TV Mini-SeriesJohn Barsad
Saiyûki1978-1980TV SeriesMonkey
Breakaway1980TV SeriesDr. Tucker
The Outsider1979Maj. Nigel Percival
Prince Regent1979TV Mini-SeriesWilliam Pitt
Turning Year Tales1979TV SeriesJack Fletcher
Out of the Past1979TV Series
Julius Caesar1979TV MovieCassius
The Thirty-Nine Steps1978Tillotson
Premiere1978TV Mini-SeriesLacey
The Professionals1978TV SeriesFrank Turner
Midnight Is a Place1977-1978TV SeriesJulian Oakapple
Treasure Island1977TV Mini-SeriesBlind Pew
The Story of David1976TV MovieNathan
The Fight Against Slavery1975TV Mini-SeriesWilliam Wilberforce
The Love School1975TV SeriesJohn Ruskin
Fall of Eagles1974TV Mini-SeriesMilyukov
The Carnforth Practice1974TV SeriesAdam Burton
Mahler1974Hugo Wolfe
Black and Blue1973TV SeriesAtkinson
Hunter's Walk1973TV SeriesSaxon
The Regiment1972TV SeriesGerald Hope
The Shadow of the Tower1972TV Mini-SeriesRichard Simmons
For the Love of Ada1972Mr. Johnson
Take Three Girls1971TV SeriesFilm Unit
The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder1971TV SeriesThe Hon. Clive Fitzcormorant
Thirty-Minute Theatre1969-1971TV SeriesCyril / Sverdlov / Lord Charles Lyster
Play for Today1971TV SeriesTommy
Elizabeth R1971TV Mini-SeriesSir Anthony Babington
UFO1970TV SeriesDaniel Clark
Scrooge1970Bob Cratchit
Rules, Rules, Rules1970TV SeriesMichael Sadler
Mystery and Imagination1970TV SeriesJames Morris
Strange Report1969TV SeriesJohn Anders
Canterbury Tales1969TV SeriesClerk
Special Branch1969TV SeriesNewspaper Editor
The First Lady1969TV SeriesDavid
Out of the Unknown1966-1969TV SeriesR. Daneel Olivaw / X117
The Possessed1969TV Mini-SeriesVerhovensky
Joanna1968Critic (uncredited)
Point Counter Point1968TV Mini-SeriesMaurice Spandrell
Dr. Finlay's Casebook1966-1968TV SeriesAlan Ramsay / Roy Douglas
The White Rabbit1967TV Mini-SeriesHorace
Theatre 6251967TV SeriesGabriel Braithwaite
The Secret Agent1967TV MovieMr. Vladimir
ITV Play of the Week1964-1967TV SeriesDick Stapleton / Jason Pellow / Raskolnikov
This Man Craig1967TV SeriesMartin Johns
Vendetta1966TV SeriesBarbizon
No Hiding Place1966TV SeriesHarry Nelson
Mogul1966TV SeriesRoy Binns
Softly Softly1966TV SeriesLloyd
Knock on Any Door1965TV SeriesTed Besant / Walker
Z Cars1965TV SeriesHoward
Secret Agent1965TV SeriesStephen Miller
Front Page Story1965TV SeriesTony Bridges
Londoners1965TV SeriesAlan West
Gideon C.I.D.1965TV SeriesAlan Campbell-Gore
The Wednesday Play1965TV Series'Taffy' Thomas


Scrooge1970performer: "Christmas Children" - uncredited


Who Wants to Live Forever?2009Video documentary shortHimself / Mawdryn / Vorus / ...
RI:SE2002TV SeriesHimself

Archive Footage

The Ties That Bind Us2008Video documentary shortVorus Mawdryn
Serial Thrillers2003Video documentary shortPoul (uncredited)

Known for movies

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