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Tony Gray (I) (1927–2014)

Tony Gray was born on December 22, 1927 in London, England as Anthony Gray. He is known for his work on The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom (1968), Omnibus (1967) and Now That April's Here (1958). He was married to Ann May and Jenny Rose. He died on April 14, 2014. See full bio »

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Known For

(1968)
Omnibus W. M. Rossetti
(1967)
Now That April's Here Karl Henderson (segment "The Rejected One")
(1958)
One Man Band Music Department
(1965)

Filmography

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 1997 Santa vs. the Snowman (TV Short) (voice)
 1987 The Hanoi Hilton
P.O.W.
 1968 The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom
Musketeer
 1967 Bang! (Short)
 1967 Omnibus (TV Series documentary)
W. M. Rossetti
- Dante's Inferno (1967) ... W. M. Rossetti
 1965 The Flying Alberts (Short) (as The Alberts)
 1964 Lilith
Patient (uncredited)
 1964 The Alberts' Channel Too (TV Movie) (as The Alberts)
 1963 Morse Code Melody (Short) (as The Alberts)
 1962 Uncle's Tea Party (Short) (as The Two Alberts)
 1961 Spike Milligan: A Series of Unrelated Incidents at Current Market Value (TV Movie)
Various Characters (as The Alberts)
 1958 Now That April's Here
Karl Henderson (segment "The Rejected One")
 1957 A Short History of Man and Music: Part 2 (TV Short) (as The Alberts)
 1956 First Performance (TV Series)
Dr. Best
- The Discoverers (1956) ... Dr. Best
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 1965 One Man Band (performer: additional music - as The Alberts)
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 1979 Friday Night, Saturday Morning (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode #1.9 (1979) ... Himself (as The Alberts)
 1963 A Swingin' Time (TV Series)
Himself - Performer
- Episode #1.3 (1963) ... Himself - Performer (as The Alberts)
 1962 Thank Your Lucky Stars (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode #2.39 (1962) ... Himself (as The Alberts)
 1959 The Good Old Days (TV Series)
Himself - Performer
- Episode #7.2 (1959) ... Himself - Performer (as The Alberts)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in and adapted, with the Alberts and Bruce Lacey, Alexandre Dumas's novel, "The Three Musketeers Ride Again!", at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England with Rachel Roberts, Valentine Dyall, Bruce Lacey, Colin Phillips, Dougie Gray, Alexei Jawdokimov and Jill Bruce in the cast. Eleanor Fazan was the director. See more »

Alternate Names:

The Alberts | Anthony Gray | The Two Alberts
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Trivia:

His partner was his brother 'Douglas Gray' in which they were known as 'The Alberts'. See more »

Star Sign:

Capricorn

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