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Donald Pickering

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Birthday: Nov 15, 1933

Birthplace: Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, UK

Donald Pickering was an actor who was no stranger to being featured in numerous film roles throughout his Hollywood career. Pickering kickstarted his acting career in various films such as the Dirk Bogarde adaptation sequel "Doctor at Large" (1957), "Carry On, Admiral" (1957) and the Alan Bates dramatic comedy "Nothing But the Best" (1964). He also appeared in the adaptation "Fahrenheit 451" (1966) with Oskar Werner, the dramatic adventure "A Challenge For Robin Hood" (1968) with Barrie Ingham and the drama "A Bridge Too Far" (1977) with Dirk Bogarde. He kept working in film throughout the seventies, starring in "The 39 Steps" (1978), the Burt Lancaster action film "Zulu Dawn" (1979) and the Richard Gere romance "Yanks" (1979). He also had a part in the TV miniseries "Scarlett" (1994-95). Most recently, Pickering appeared in "Victoria & Albert" (2001-02).

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet 53% The Thirty-Nine Steps Marshall (Character) - 1978
No Score Yet No Score Yet Private Lives Victor Prynne (Character) - 1976
No Score Yet 95% A Little Princess Captain Crewe (Character) - 1973
No Score Yet 22% A Challenge for Robin Hood Sir Jamyl de Penitone (Character) - 1968

TV

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet Brittas Empire Unknown (Character) 1997
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Camomile Lawn Unknown (Character) 1992
No Score Yet No Score Yet All Creatures Great and Small Unknown (Character) 1988
No Score Yet 79% Doctor Who Unknown (Character) 1987
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Irish R.M. Unknown (Guest Star) 1983
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes Unknown (Character) 1973
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Avengers Unknown (Guest Star) 1967
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Saint Jeremy (Guest Star) 1966

QUOTES FROM Donald Pickering CHARACTERS

TV announcer says: But some boys still boycott the barbershops. Here you see a mop-up squad at work on one of these messy know-it-alls. It all goes to show: law enforcement can be fun!