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David TroughtonBorn: Fri 9th June 1950 (age: 63)
He is the son on Second Doctor, Patrick Troughton.
He played King Peladon in the 1972 story The Curse of Peladon. In 2008 he returned to the series as Professor Hobbes, in the episode "Midnight".
He has also performed in a Big Finish Doctor Who audio production titled Cuddlesome where he plays the Tinghus. He also played the Black Guardian in two audios: The Destroyer of Delightsand The Chaos Pool. Finally, he returned as King Peladon in The Prisoner of Peladon audio and in 2011 appeared in The Crimes of Thomas Brewster.
On television, his roles have included guest appearances in Survivors and Rab C. Nesbitt. He also appeared in the role of Sir Arthur Wellesley (the Duke of Wellington) in the first two episodes of Sharpe, as well as Bob Buzzard in A Very Peculiar Practice. He appeared in a 1978 TV production of Alan Ayckbourn's trilogy "The Norman Conquests" as Tom, the veterinarian. In 2002, he appeared as an alien hunter in the comedy/drama mini-series Ted and Alice and, in 2005 he also played Sgt. Clive Harvey, side-kick to the title character of the ITV detective show Jericho. He appeared in an episode of Agatha Christie's Poirot in 1993 (The Yellow Iris). He has also appeared in two separate episodes ofMidsomer Murders, in 1998 and 2007, playing two separate characters. He appeared in the first episode of the TV adaptation of The Last Detective in which his A Very Peculiar Practice co-starPeter Davison starred.
He also appeared in the successful TV film, All the King's Men, playing King George V.
He has also performed regularly as a notable villain in the BBC series New Tricks'.
In 2011 he appeared as Stan Astill in the Sky1 comedy drama series The Cafe.
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