William Marlowe

Last updated 09 January 2020

William Marlowe (1930-2003)
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William James Marlowe

Born: Friday 25th July 1930
Died: February 2003 (age: 72)


William Marlowe was a British theatre, television and film actor.

He appeared in Doctor Who as Harry Mailer in the 1971 story The Mind of Evil and as Lester in the 1975 story Revenge of the Cybermen 

He was cast as Sir Guy of Gisbourne in The Legend of Robin Hood (1975) and appeared in A Family at War and The Gentle Touch 

Other guest star roles include Barlow (1975), Breakaway (1980), Callan (1972) and Catch Hand (1964). Later he played Chief Supt. Thomas in The Chief (1990).

He was married to the daughter of actor Peter Bathurst, and later to actress Catherine Schell between 1968 and 1977, before marrying Roger Delgado's widow Kismet in 1979.