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Kevork Malikyan

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Kevork Malikyan
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Kevork Malikyan

Born: Wednesday 2nd June 1943 (age: 76)

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Kevork Malikyan (born DiyarbakırTurkey) is an English character actor of Turkish-Armenian descent, perhaps best known for his role as Kazim in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

He graduated in Surp Haç Armenian High School in İstanbul then moved to London for acting education.

In addition to film work, he has appeared in numerous television productions, including episodes of The SaintThe ProfessionalsMind Your LanguageAuf Wiedersehen PetThe Avengers and twice in Minder. He played a number of roles in the RSC production, Arabian Nights (December 2009 - January 2010), at the Courtyard Theatre, Stratford upon Avon.

KHe played Kemel Rudkin in the Doctor Who story The Wheel in Space.

Also appeared in Yozgat BluesOpen MikeThe PalaceJames Bond 007: Blood StoneSilent Witness10 Days to WarSaddam's TribeRenaissanceEgyptFlight of the PhoenixThe PredatorBelly of the BeastCasualtyJudge John DeedSpooksBella BettienThe American EmbassyIn the BeginningThe CommissionerInto the BluePrivateer 2: The DarkeningSlave of DreamsThe Final CutThe DetectivesPaparazzoBirds of a FeatherMacGyver: Lost Treasure of AtlantisMinderThe BillThe Young Indiana Jones ChroniclesThe Good GuysCovert AssassinDouble VisionPress GangVan der ValkAgatha Christie: PoirotZorroIndiana Jones and the Last CrusadePascali's IslandBoonHalf Moon StreetThe Corsican BrothersScarecrow and Mrs. KingCold WarriorThe First Olympics: Athens 1896Duty FreeTo Catch a KingAuf Wiedersehen, PetTrenchcoatCrown CourtPeter and PaulSphinxMind Your LanguageThe ProfessionalsScreenplayThe Thief of BaghdadMidnight ExpressWho Pays the Ferryman?ITV Sunday Night DramaThe Onedin LineBarlowBowlerLittle Big TimeThe Upper CrustsNew Scotland YardAdam SmithIn for a PennyJason KingThe Man Who Haunted HimselfThe AvengersThe SaintDetectiveThe Portrait of a Lady