David Spenser

Last updated 09 January 2020

David Spenser (1934-2013)
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David De Saram

Born: Monday 12th March 1934
Died: Saturday 20th July 2013 (age: 79)


David Spenser was a Sri Lankan born British actor who appeared in the 1967 story The Abominable Snowmen.


Also appeared in Pretenders, BBC Play of the Month, Play for Today, Softly Softly: Task Force, Carry On... Up the Khybe, Pitchi Poi, Battle Beneath the Earth, Thirty-Minute Theatre, Some May Live, The Saint, Adam Adamant Lives!, King of the River, The Spies, A Farewell to Arms, Dixon of Dock Green, The Earth Dies Screaming, Z Cars, Espionage, Secret Beneath the Sea, No Hiding Place, In Search of the Castaways, Studio 4, Play It Cool, Frontier Drums, Armchair Theatre, Paul of Tarsus, The Stranglers of Bombay, Overseas Press Club - Exclusive!, Conflict of Wings, Anne of Green Gables, Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School, The Bell Family, BBC Sunday-Night Theatre

He was survived by his elder brother Jeremy (also an actor), and by his partner Victor Pemberton.