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Rex Robinson

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Rex Robinson (1926-2015)
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Rex Robinson

Born: 1926
Died: April 2015 (age: 89)

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Rex Robinson was a British actor.

His theatre credits include: Gurney in "King John" by William Shakespeare , directed by Douglas Seale (1957, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK) 

Films include London's Burning (TV series),Bread (TV series), Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, One by One (TV series), Only Fools and Horses.... (TV series), Yes Minister (TV series),Just Good Friends (TV series), Cold Warrior (TV series), Are You Being Served? (TV series), The Professionals (TV series), Terry and June (TV series), The Onedin Line (TV series), BBC2 Play of the Week (TV series), A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square, Within These Walls (TV series), Six Days of Justice (TV series), Softly, Softly: Task Force (TV series), Warship (TV series), Upstairs, Downstairs (TV series), Brett (TV series), Z Cars (TV series), Play for Today (TV series), The Troubleshooters (TV series), The Borderers (TV series), Callan (TV series), The Jazz Age (TV series), The 1,000,000 Bank Note (TV movie), Mrs Thursday (TV series), Love Story (TV series), The Good Soldier Schweik (TV movie), BBC Play of the Month (TV series), No Hiding Place (TV series), The Plane Makers (TV series) , Suspense (TV series), Ghost Squad (TV series), Armchair Theatre (TV series), BBC Sunday-Night Play (TV series), The Old Curiosity Shop (TV mini-series), The Big Pull (TV series short), Champion Road (TV series), The Merry Wives of Windsor (TV movie)

He was married to The Three Doctors co-actor Patricia Pryor.