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Giles Block

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Giles Block
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Giles Block

Born: 1943 (age: 76)

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Giles Block played Teel in the Doctor Who story The Dominators. 

Also worked on The SextetArmchair TheatreKateThe Jazz AgePublic EyeVanity FairMystery and ImaginationRedcap

He acted in the British National Youth Theatre production of William Shakespeare's play, "Julius Caesar," at the Queens Theatre in London, England with John Shrapnel, Simon Ward, David Weston, Neil Stacy, Martin Jarvis OBE, Ian McShane, Hywel Bennett, David Ross, and Robin Ellis in the cast. Michael Croft was director.

(September 1963) He acted in the National Youth Theatre Production of William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet," at the Scala Theatre in London, England with Simon Ward (as Hamlet), Jeremy Rowe, Neil Stacy, Michael Cadman, Hywel Bennett, Bill Kenwright CBE (as 1st sailor), Nigel Terry, Dame Helen Mirren, and Elizabeth Sladen in the cast. Michael Croft was director.

(August 1963) He acted in the National Youth Theatre production of William Shakespeare's play, "Richard II," at the Scala Theatre in London, England with Neil Stacy (Richard), Hywel Bennett (Richmond), Jeremy Rowe, Nigel Terry, Ken Cranham, Simon Ward, Bill Kenwright, and Ann Penfold in the cast. Michael Croft was director.

(1999) He directed William Shakespeare's play, "Antony and Cleopatra," at the Bankside Globe Theatre in London, England with Paul Shelley; Mark Rylance (Cleopatra); John McEnery; Ben Walden; Danny Sapani (Charmian); Mark Lewis Jones; and Toby Cockerell (Octavia) in the cast.

He is the text associate for Shakespeare's Globe and was named as a joint recipient of the 2011 Sam Wanamaker Award.