Geoffrey Beevers

Last updated 28 June 2015

Geoffrey Beevers
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Geoffrey Beevers

Born: 1941 (age: 83)


Geoffrey Beevers is a British actor who has appeared in many different television roles.

Beevers has worked extensively at the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond upon Thames, both as an actor (including the title role in Jules Romain's Doctor Knock, 1994); and as an adaptor/director of George Eliot's novel Adam Bede (February 1990), for which he won a Time Out Award, and Balzac's P�re Goriot (February 1994).

He has appeared Doctor Who on two occasions, the most notable playing the second Master in the serial The Keeper of Traken. He has also appeared in some of the Big Finish Productions audio dramas based on Doctor Who (Dust Breeding, Master). 

He also acted the vicar in the film Goodnight Mister Tom, and appeared in the 1978 TV-film The Nativity. For Channel 4 Television (UK), in 1988, he played a Wainwright (Member of Parliament) in A Very British Coup. More recently, he played a small role in the remake of Clash of the Titans as a noble of Basilica.

He was married to Caroline John, who portrayed the Third Doctor's companion Liz Shaw.