John Duttine



Real name:
Born: 15 March 1949, Barnsley, West Riding, Yorkshire
Children: Oscar (m: Carolyn Hutchinson)


Contact: c/o AIM

Played: Alec Baker (17 - 20 January 1977)

Credits include: Armchair Theatre, A Pin To See The Peepshow, Z Cars, Holding On (LWT), Warship, Softly Softly, Lord Peter Wimsey, Rooms, Churchill's People, Spend Spend Spend, Jesus of Nasareth, Beryl's Lot, Angels, Law Centre, Saturday Sunday Monday (Granada), The Devil's Crown, People Like Us, Wuthering Heights, The Mallens, To Serve Them All My Days, Psy-Warriors, The Day of the Triffids, The Outsider, Tales of the Unexpected, Family Man, Shaed of Darkness, The Intercessor, Love and Marriage, The Groundling and The Kite, Hamlet, A Woman of Substance, A Still Small Shout, Lame Ducks, Long Live the King, Unnatural Causes, Lost Property, Master of the Marionettes, A Killing on the Exchange, Imaginary Friends, The Ruth Rendall Mysteries: Talking To Strange Men, Heartbeat, Love Hurts, Casualty, Dave Dysdale in Ain't Misbehavin', The Bill, Out Of The Blue (BBC1, 1996) as Det Insp Eric Temple, Taggart, Devil's Advocate, Verdict (YTV, 1998) as Dr Matthew Dixon; Midsomer Murders (Carlton, 1999)

John has also appeared in the films Jesus Of Nazareth (directed by Franco Zefferelli) as John The Beloved Apostle; Who Dares Wins and The Hawk. In 1980 he won the TV Times Best Actor Award for his role in To Serve Them All My Days.






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