Robert Aldous

Last updated 27 July 2014

Robert Aldous
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Robert Aldous

Born: 1934 (age: 90)


Robert Aldous (born in MansfieldNottinghamshireEngland) is an English stage and television actor.

Aldous studied at RADA and went on to perform in the West End in plays including The School for Scandal and The Wind in the Willows. On television he has appeared in 'Allo 'AlloSoftly, SoftlyJeeves and Wooster and She Stoops to Conquer.

More minor television roles include performances in Dad's ArmyProbation OfficerThe Golden SpurCaptain MoonlightThe First ChurchillsSpecial BranchDoctor WhoWarshipCrossroadsThe BillThe Face of the Enemy and Z Cars.

His most recent work includes Enemy of the People and Peter Pan at the Royal National Theatre. He also appeared in the Sean Bean film Extremely Dangerous.