Milton Johns

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  • Género: Masculino
  • Nacido en: Bristol - Gloucestershire - England - UK
  • Edad: 79 años

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Milton Johns(born 13 May 1938) is anEnglishactorwhose thin features and talent for obsequious or oily characters has often influenced the many television parts he has received. He trained at theB...
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Milton Johns(born 13 May 1938) is anEnglishactorwhose thin features and talent for obsequious or oily characters has often influenced the many television parts he has received. He trained at theBristol Old Vic Theatre School. Johns was born inBristol,Gloucestershire. He was inCoronation Streetas Brendan Scott (1991–93), the shopkeeper who died of a heart attack while pedalling along the eponymous cobbled street. Other roles have included parts inPoldark,Born and Bred,Ever Decreasing Circles,Home to Roost,Dempsey and Makepeace,Murder Most English,Shoestring,Yes Minister,Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em,Softly, Softly,Going Straight,The Good Life,Don't Wait Up,Butterflies,CampionandZ-Cars. He played the landlord inThe Basil Brush Show(2002–07). Johns also played jobsworth Mr Cassidy inMurphy's Mob, an ITV children's television drama series (1982–85). His character helped to manage the building used by the junior supporters' of the football club, Dunmore United. Johns has appeared inDoctor Whoon several occasions: as Theodore Benik inThe Enemy of the World; Guy Crayford inThe Android Invasion; and Castellan Kelner inThe Invasion of Time. In 1972 he starred in the children's Sunday evening seriesThe Intruderand in 1977, appeared in another children's series,Midnight Is A Place. Johns also appeared as anImperial Officer(Captain Bewil) in the 1980Star Wars sequel,The Empire Strikes Back. He played Perker in the 1985 adaptation ofThe Pickwick Papers. In the 1986 television seriesWar and Remembrance, Johns took the role of the senior Nazi SS officerAdolf Eichmann.
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