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John CaterBorn: Sunday 17th January 1932
Died: Saturday 21st March 2009 (age: 77)
John Cater played Professor Krimpton in the Doctor Who story The War Machines.
Also worked on Bonekickers, The Last Detective, Midsomer Murders, Alien Autopsy, ChuckleVision, Bad Girls, The Bill, The Trial of the King Killers, Room 36, Casualty, The Brief, Doctors and Nurses, Doctors, Down to Earth, Fogbound, Anazapta, Crossroads, Where the Heart Is, The Residents, In a Land of Plenty, The 10th Kingdom, Goodnight, Mister Tom, Silent Witness, Bramwell, Rasputin, Savage Hearts, Harry's Mad, Midnight Movie, 2point4 Children, Love Hurts, Wycliffe and the Cycle of Death, Jeeves and Wooster, The Chief, Maigret, Lipstick on Your Collar, Full Stretch, The Darling Buds of May, Sitting Pretty, Covington Cross, Haggard, Anglo Saxon Attitudes, T-Bag's Christmas Turkey, Prisoner of Honor, Minder, Screen One, Lovejoy, Life After Life, Dunrulin, Ruth Rendell Mysteries, One Foot in the Grave, T-Bag and the Pearls of Wisdom, Bergerac, The Return of Shelley, The Woman in Black, About Face, Shalom Salaam, Ticket to Ride, Inspector Morse, Turn on to T-Bag, Home to Roost, Theatre Night, A Dorothy L. Sayers Mystery, Crazy Like a Fox: The Movie, Unnatural Causes, Chance in a Million, eturn to Treasure Island, The December Rose, Jack of Diamonds, Death of an Expert Witness, Number 10, Anyone for Denis?, P.O.S.H, The Setbacks, Little Lord Fauntleroy, Just Liz, The Other 'Arf, Agony, The Jim Davidson Show, Rising Damp, The Glums, The House on Garibaldi Street, The Famous History of the Life of King Henry the Eight, Leave It to Charlie, The Mill on the Floss, News from Nowhere, The Losers, Bernie, The Sweeney, Rosie, The Duchess of Duke Street, The Squirrels, I, Claudius, Nobody's House, Happy Ever After, Centre Play, A Touch of the Casanovas, The Naked Civil Servant, Willow Cabins, Madame Bovary, The Rough with the Smooth, Churchill's People, Thriller, Further Up Pompeii!, Late Call, The Confederacy of Wives, South Riding, New Scotland Yard, Captain Kronos - Vampire Hunter, Great Mysteries, Follyfoot, Play for Today, 7 of 1, Dr. Phibes Rises Again, Alcock and Gander, Z Cars, Budgie, The Abominable Dr. Phibes, Comedy Playhouse, The Dick Emery Show, The Expert, That's Your Funeral, Roads to Freedom, Dad's Army, The Mating Machine, The Black Tulip, Up Pompeii!, Loot, Canterbury Tales, Department S, Fraud Squad, ITV Playhouse, Rogues' Gallery, ITV Sunday Night Theatre, Softly Softly, Decline and Fall... of a Birdwatcher, Virgin of the Secret Service, The Revenue Men, The Secret Agent, No Hiding Place, Mr. Rose, Write a Play, The Avengers, Girl in a Black Bikini, The Baron, Thirty-Minute Theatre, Theatre 625, Orlando, ITV Play of the Week, Armchair Theatre, Take a Pair of Private Eyes, Serjeant Musgrave's Dance, The Wednesday Thriller, The Man in Room 17, The Flying Swan, Danger Man, Crane, The Villains, The Plane Makers, Diary of a Young Man, The Hidden Truth, Dial RIX, A Little Big Business, BBC Sunday-Night Play, The Victorians, ITV Television Playhouse, Out of This World, Richard the Lionheart, BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
He was married to Wendy Gifford.