Gerald Flood

Last updated 09 January 2020

Gerald Flood

Born: Thursday 21st April 1927
Died: Wednesday 12th April 1989 (age: 61)


Gerald Flood  was a British actor of stage and television.

He provided the voice of Kamelion, a short lived companion of Fifth Doctor Peter Davison.

Flood was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire but lived for most of his life in Farnham, Surrey, where he regularly appeared on stage at the Castle Theatre. He first came to national prominence whist starring alongside Patrick Allen and Sam Kydd in the Morocco-based police series, Crane, which ran from 1963 to 1965 on ITV. In this he played the character Colonel Sharif Mahmoud. 

Flood also appeared in a number of television and film roles over the years. These included the ITC series The Champions and Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased), The Rat Catchers,  Tom Brown's Schooldays and was also in Bachelor Father. His film credits included Smokescreen (1964), Patton (1970), and Frightmare (1974).

Gerald Flood died from a heart attack aged 61. Toby Flood, the English international rugby union player, is Flood's grandson.