Actors

Terry Scully Net Worth

Terry Scully Net Worth is
$900,000

Terry Scully Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Terry Scully (13 May 1932 – 17 April 2001) was a British theatre and television actor.After making his name in the theatre, from the 1960s onwards he became more known for TV work. In 1960 he starred in the BBC's production of An Age of Kings, playing King Henry VI in several episodes.Other notable roles for Scully were as Horatio Nelson in the 1968 television series, Triton, and as Bicket in the BBC's 1967 blockbuster adaptation of The Forsyte Saga. He also appeared in Dixon of Dock Green, Z-Cars, Softly, Softly, Callan, Public Eye, The Venturers, and Angels.Like many actors of his generation, he is now probably best remembered for his roles in Cult TV series, due to their enduring appeal - even though they were no more notable, at the time, than his many other TV roles. He appeared in the Doctor Who serial The Seeds of Death, the Blake's 7 episode "Dawn of the Gods" and starred as Vic Thatcher in four episodes of the 1970s series Survivors. During his time on that series, Scully suffered a nervous breakdown. As a result, his role was filled by actor Hugh Walters in subsequent episodes.In 2001 he died of a stroke, aged 68.
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Date Of BirthMay 13, 1932
Died2001-04-17
Place Of BirthLeigh, Lancashire, England, UK
ProfessionActor
Star SignTaurus
#Fact
1Suffered from ulcers for many years.
2British stage and television actor, best known for his appearance on 'Doctor Who', "The Seeds of Death". Also noted for playing Horatio Nelson in "Triton" and Henry VI in "Age of Kings".

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Diamonds1981TV SeriesJayo
Angels1980TV SeriesMr. Rivers
Play for Today1980TV SeriesStan
Blakes 71980TV SeriesGroff
My Son, My Son1979TV Mini-SeriesHarry Platt
The Devil's Crown1978TV SeriesPetit
Play for Love1978TV SeriesBen
Treasure Island1977TV Mini-SeriesDaniel Hawkins
Rosie1977TV SeriesSlack
BBC Play of the Month1976TV Series
Survivors1975TV SeriesVic Thatcher
Crown Court1975TV SeriesJoe Green
The Fight Against Slavery1975TV Mini-SeriesGranville Sharp
The Venturers1975TV SeriesBarnes
Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?1974TV SeriesChauffeur
The Asphyx1972Pauper
Z Cars1965-1972TV SeriesMan / Mickey Pye / Vincent Lewis / ...
The Flaxton Boys1971TV SeriesMr. Wilkinson
Biography1970TV SeriesFabre d'Eglantine
Goodbye Gemini1970Nigel Garfield
The Doctors1970TV SeriesAlbert Pike
Pegasus1969TV SeriesLord Nelson
Callan1969TV SeriesKenny
Doctor Who1969TV SeriesFewsham
Night After Night After Night1969Carter
Softly Softly1967-1968TV SeriesArnold Simpson
ITV Playhouse1968TV SeriesMr. Grainger / Trapp
Triton1968TV SeriesLord Nelson
The Forsyte Saga1967TV Mini-SeriesBicket
ITV Sunday Night Drama1966TV SeriesDemetrius / Clive
Broome Stages1966TV Mini-SeriesHarlequin and Iago / Mr. Colby
Thirty-Minute Theatre1966TV SeriesAlbert Carey
Public Eye1966TV SeriesDave Handy
No Hiding Place1966TV SeriesPhil Sted
Dixon of Dock Green1966TV SeriesSandy
The Projected Man1966Steve Lowe
The Wednesday Thriller1965TV SeriesHogan
The Villains1965TV SeriesJimmy Davies
The Fast Lady1962Wal (as Terence Scully)
Night Creatures19622nd Sailor Dick Tate
Sir Francis Drake1961TV SeriesShip's cook
Operation Snafu1961Soldier at Black Rock (uncredited)
The Men from Room 131961TV SeriesSydney Light
The Alchemist1961TV MovieAbel Drugger, a Tobacco Man
The Arson Squad1961TV MovieNorman Meiklejohn
Saturday Playhouse1961TV SeriesMichael Sorrell
Maigret1961TV SeriesEmile Paulus
An Age of Kings1960TV SeriesKing Henry VI Ghost of King Henry VI
BBC Sunday-Night Play1960TV Mini-SeriesWilliam Falder
Androcles and the Lion1960TV Mini-SeriesSpintho
The Case of Private Hamp1959TV MoviePrivate Hamp, the Prisoner

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Second Time Around: The Troughton Years2012Video documentaryFewesham
Sssowing the Ssseedss2003Video documentary shortFewsham (uncredited)

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