MacNee, Patrick 1922- (Patrick MacNee)
MacNee, Patrick 1922- (Patrick MacNee)
Full name, Daniel Patrick Macnee; born February 6, 1922, in London, England; naturalized U.S. citizen, 1959; son of Daniel (a race horse trainer) and Dorothea Mary (maiden name, Hastings) Macnee; married Barbara Douglas, November, 1942 (divorced, 1956); married Catherine "Kate" Woodville (an actress), April, 1965 (divorced, 1969; some sources cite 1968); married Baba Sekerley (also known as Baba Majos de Nagyzsenye), February 25, 1988; children: (first marriage) Rupert (a television producer), Jenny. Education: Trained for the stage at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art. Avocational Interests: Birdwatching, desert reclamation activities, other activities relating to nature, spending time with friends and family.
Agent—Cassell-Levy, Inc., 843 North Sycamore Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038.
Actor. Appeared in advertisements. Member of the Palm Springs Youth Center and the Palm Springs Opera Guild. Military service: Royal Navy, 1942-46; became first lieutenant; received the Atlantic Medal and the Long Service Medal.
American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild, Actors' Equity Association, British Actors' Equity Association, Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA).
Awarded freedom of the town of Filey, North Yorkshire, England, 1962; Variety Club of Great Britain Award (with Honor Blackman), joint television personalities of the year, 1963, for The Avengers; Straw Hat Award, best performance in a long-running play, 1974, for Sleuth; Golden Camera Award, honorary camera, thirty years of television, 1983; awarded freedom of Macon, GA, 1984; Lifetime Achievement Award, Mary Pickford Film Foundation, 1998; Audie Award (with others), multi-voiced presentation, Audio Publishers Association, 1999, for The Titanic Disaster Hearings; as the character of John Steed, featured on a series of postage stamps honoring The Avengers, United Kingdom, 2005; Golden Scroll Award, Academy of Science Fiction, Horror & Fantasy Films; also received an Air Safety Award for preventing terrorism on aircraft.
Television Appearances; Series:
John Wickham Gascone Berresford Steed, The Avengers, Associated British Picture Corporation, 1961-69, ABC, 1966-69, Arts and Entertainment, 1990, and other channels.
John Wickham Gascone Berresford Steed, The New Avengers (also known as The New Avengers in Canada and Chapeau melon et bottes de cuir), [Great Britain], 1976-77, and CBS, 1978-79.
Narrator for opening credits, Battlestar Galactica, ABC, 1978-79, later known as Galactica 1980, ABC, 1980.
Milo Bentley, Gavilan, NBC, 1982-83.
Major Vickers, For the Term of His Natural Life, Nine Network (Australia), 1983.
Regular, Vintage Quiz, Television South, beginning 1983.
Likely Stories, Vol. 2, Cinemax, beginning 1983.
Calvin Cromwell, Empire, CBS, 1984.
Host, First Class (travel series), BBC, 1984.
Host, Patrick Macnee Presents Sherlock Holmes, beginning 1987.
Voice of E. B. Hungerford, Super Force, syndicated, 1990-92.
Uncle Ray Bailey, P.S. I Luv You, CBS, 1991-92.
Edward Whitaker, Thunder in Paradise, syndicated, 1994-95.
Host, Mysteries, Magic and Miracles, Sci-Fi Channel, 1994-95.
Dr. Walton, Night Man (also known as NightMan), syndicated, 1997-98.
Host, Ghost Stories (also known as Ghost Stories Collection, Real Ghost Stories, and Real Ghost Stories Collectors Set), syndicated, beginning 1997.
Narrator for British version, The Perilous Fight: America's World War II in Color (also known as America at War in Colour and The Perilous Fight), PBS, 2003.
Host, Patrick Macnee's Ghost Stories, Sci-Fi Channel, beginning c. 2003.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
Ian Wadleigh, Evening in Byzantium, Operation Prime Time (syndicated), 1978.
Ralph Gauthier, Around the World in 80 Days (also known as Il giro del mondo in 80 giorni and In 80 Tagen um die Welt), NBC, 1989.
Dr. John Watson, Sherlock Holmes: Incident at Victoria Falls (also known as Incident at Victoria Falls, Sherlock Holmes and the Incident at Victoria Falls, Sherlock Holmes: The Star of Africa, and The Star of Africa), syndicated, 1992.
Lord Peter Awliscombe, Nancherrow (also known as Rosamunde Pilcher—Das grosse Erbe), Independent Television (England) and TMG (Germany), 1999.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Dr. John Watson, Sherlock Holmes in New York, NBC, 1976.
David Matthews, Rehearsal for Murder, CBS, 1982.
Gilbert Anthony Paige, Club Med (also known as Crazy Weekend), ABC, 1986.
Nigel Evans, Sorry, Wrong Number, USA Network, 1989.
Tom Jamison, The Return of Sam McCloud, CBS, 1989.
Television Appearances; Specials:
Stoker Marks, Morning Departure, BBC, 1946.
Laertes, Hamlet, BBC, 1947.
Edgar Linton, Wuthering Heights, 1948.
Malcolm, Macbeth, 1949.
Lodovico, "Othello," BBC Sunday Night Theatre (also known as BBC Sunday Night Theatre: Othello), BBC, 1950.
Duke of Argyll, Nocturne in Scotland, 1951.
Cassio, Othello, 1953.
Billy Budd, CBC, 1955.
"The Return of Don Juan," Summer Theatre (also known as Interlude), 1955.
The Importance of Being Earnest, 1956.
Polixenes, The Winter's Tale, 1962.
John Steed, Light Entertainment Killers, 1969.
Lord Brownlow, The Woman I Love, ABC, 1972.
Host, Basil Bunting, Poet of Northumberland, 1973.
Himself, Making a Monster Movie: Inside "The Howling," 1981.
Judge, The 1986 Miss Universe Pageant, 1986.
Host, Scrooge: A Christmas Carol, 1989.
Himself, The Search for Haunted Hollywood, syndicated, 1989.
Christmas with the Stars, 1990.
Himself, Avenging the Avengers, Channel 4 (England), c. 1992.
Sherlock Holmes, The Hound of London (also known as Sherlock Holmes in The Hound of London), 1993.
Host, Contact, BBC, 1998.
Christmas in Hollywood, syndicated, 1998.
Spies on Spies, American Movie Classics, 1999.
Narrator, Cubby Broccoli: The Man Behind Bond, 2000.
Narrator, In the Footsteps of Sherlock Holmes (documentary), Associated Television, c. 2000.
Himself, Christmas with the Stars, 2001.
Host, The Spirit of Diana, 2003.
Himself, TV's Greatest Cars, Sky One, 2004.
(In archive footage) Spinal Tap Goes to 20, Independent Film Channel, 2004.
Himself, ITV's 50 Greatest Shows, Independent Television (England), 2005.
Also appeared in Beyond Reasonable Doubt; appeared in plays broadcast on Canadian television networks.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
"August Heat," On Camera, CBC, 1955.
"The Liar," On Camera, CBC, 1955.
"Our Lardy's Tumbler," On Camera, CBC, 1955.
"The Queen's Ring," On Camera, CBC, 1955.
"Skyscraper," On Camera, CBC, 1955.
Charlie, "The Piper of St. James," The Alcoa Hour (also known as Alcoa Theatre), NBC, 1956.
Guy Cartwright, "Keyhole," Playwrights '56 (also known as The Playwright Hour and Pontiac Playwrights '56), NBC, 1956.
Lucius Septimus, "Caesar and Cleopatra," Producers' Showcase, NBC, 1956.
Mr. Andrews, "A Night to Remember," Kraft Television Theatre (also known as Kraft Mystery Theatre and Kraft Theatre), NBC, 1956.
Quayle, "The Case of Colonel Petrov," Circle Theater (also known as Armstrong Circle Theater), NBC, 1956.
"The Egoist," Matinee Theater, NBC, 1956.
"The Girl," Star Tonight, ABC, 1956.
Edward Rochester, "Jane Eyre," Matinee Theater, NBC, 1957.
John Smith, "Nine-Finger Jack," Matinee Theater, NBC, 1957.
Julian Shaw, "Seeds of Power," First Performance, BBC and CBC, 1957.
Beirsdorf, "Voice in the Night," Suspicion, NBC, 1958.
Bill Cheever, "Man under Glass," Studio One (also known as Studio One in Hollywood, Studio One Summer Theatre, Summer Theatre, Westinghouse Studio One, and Westinghouse Summer Theatre), CBS, 1958.
Colonel Trent, "The Red Coat," Northwest Passage, NBC, 1958.
Constable Hawton, "Vision of Crime," The Veil, 1958.
Don Pedro, "Much Ado about Nothing: Parts 1 & 2," Matinee Theater, NBC, 1958.
Sergeant Shaw, "Strange Occurrence at Rokesay," Alcoa Theatre (also known as The Alcoa Hour), NBC, 1958.
Winterset, "Monsieur Beaucaire," Matinee Theater, NBC, 1958.
"Depth Three Hundred," General Motors Presents (also known as Encounter and General Motors Theatre), CBC and ABC, 1958.
"Next Door to Death," Kraft Television Theatre (also known as Kraft Mystery Theatre and Kraft Theatre), NBC, 1958.
"No Boat for Four Months," Schlitz Playhouse of the Stars (also known as Herald Playhouse, The Playhouse, and Schlitz Playhouse), CBS, 1958.
"One Way West," Kraft Television Theatre (also known as Kraft Mystery Theatre and Kraft Theatre), NBC, 1958.
"Pride and Prejudice," General Motors Presents (also known as Encounter and General Motors Theatre), CBC and ABC, 1958.
British captain, "The Birth of the Swamp Fox," The Swamp Fox (also known as The Swamp Fox: The Birth of the Swamp Fox), broadcast on Walt Disney Presents (also known as Disneyland, Disneylandia, The Disney Sunday Movie, Disney's Wonderful World, The Magical World of Disney, Walt Disney, Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color, and The Wonderful World of Disney), ABC, 1959.
(As Patrick MacNee) British captain, "Brother against Brother," The Swamp Fox (also known as The Swamp Fox: Brother against Brother), broadcast on Walt Disney Presents (also known as Disneyland, Disneylandia, The Disney Sunday Movie, Disney's Wonderful World, The Magical World of Disney, Walt Disney, Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color, and The Wonderful World of Disney), ABC, 1959.
Colonel O'Neill, "The Bamboo Curtain," Adventures in Paradise, ABC, 1959.
Eric Farley, "The Night of April 14th," One Step Beyond (also known as Alcoa Presents and Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond), ABC, 1959.
First officer, "Judgment Night," The Twilight Zone (also known as Twilight Zone and The Twilight Zone: The Original Series), CBS, 1959.
Gilbert Farleigh, "Dangerous Episode," The United States Steel Hour (also known as The U.S. Steel Hour), CBS, 1959.
Henry Watkins, "Incident of the 13th Man," Rawhide, CBS, 1959.
Johnny, "Misalliance," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1959.
Michael Kent, "Client: McQueen," Black Saddle (also known as The Westerners), NBC, 1959.
Professor Kersley, "The Crystal Trench," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, CBS, 1959.
Sergeant, "Arthur," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, CBS, 1959.
"The Counterfeit Stamps," Markham, CBS, 1959.
David Manning, "The Innocent," Armchair Theatre, Associated British Picture Corporation, 1960.
"The Tintype," The Unforeseen, Granada Television, 1960.
Alan, "Divorce, Divorce," Love Story, Associated Television, 1964.
Algernon Moncrieff, "The Importance of Being Earnest," Armchair Theatre, Associated British Picture Corporation, 1964.
Crawford, "I Love, You Love, We Love," Love Story, Associated Television, 1964.
Arthur, "The Long Nightmare," Associated British Picture Corporation, 1966.
Himself, The Hollywood Squares, NBC, 1967.
"The Importance of Being Earnest," N.E.T. Playhouse, NET (later PBS), 1967.
Himself, Frost on Saturday, Independent Television (England), 1968.
Connor, "King's Ransom," The Virginian (also known as The Men from Shiloh), NBC, 1970.
Major Crosby, "Logoda's Heads," Night Gallery (also known as Rod Serling's "Night Gallery"), NBC, 1971.
Norman Alexander, "The Man Who Murdered Himself," Alias Smith and Jones, ABC, 1971.
Himself, The Dick Cavett Show, ABC, 1972.
Bryan Harris, "You Can't Go Back," Diana, NBC, 1973.
Wag Frazer, "Frame," Dial M for Murder, BBC, 1974.
Himself, The Merv Griffin Show, syndicated, 1974.
Captain Gibbon, "Troubled Waters," Columbo, NBC, 1975.
Graham, "Game of Terror," Khan!, CBS, 1975.
Handy (some sources cite Hendy), "The Patriots," Caribe, ABC, 1975.
Himself, The Mike Douglas Show, syndicated, 1975.
Dr. Gheria, "No Such Thing as a Vampire," Dead of Night, NBC, 1977.
Guest, "Ian Hendry," This Is Your Life, Independent Television (England), 1978.
S., "Assault on the Tower," The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries (also known as The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew Mysteries), ABC, 1978.
(Uncredited) Voice of imperious leader, "The Living Legend: Part 2," Battlestar Galactica (later known as Galactica 1980), ABC, 1978.
Count Iblis, "War of the Gods: Parts 1 & 2," Battlestar Galactica (later known as Galactica 1980), ABC, 1979.
Rodney, Sweepstakes (also known as $weepstake$), NBC, 1979.
Elmer, "Diamonds Are a Dog's Best Friend," The Littlest Hobo, CTV (Canada) and syndicated, 1980.
Lyle Jeffries, "Murder by Mirrors," Vega$ (also known as Vegas), ABC, 1981.
Uncle Digby, "Uncle Digby," House Calls, CBS, 1981.
David Worth, Chee, and Chinese doctor, "Holmes Is Where the Heart Is," Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1984.
Matthew Grade, "Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch," Hart to Hart (also known as Hart & Hart, Detectivii Hart, Hart aber herzlich, Par i hjaerter, Par i hjerter, and Pour l'amour du risque), ABC, 1984.
Himself, "Patrick Macnee," This Is Your Life, Thames Television, 1984.
"The Last Heist/Starting Over/Watching the Master," The Love Boat, ABC, 1984.
Edmund Bradshaw, "Hearts and Minds," Hotel (also known as Arthur Hailey's "Hotel"), ABC, 1985.
Oliver Trumbull, "Sing a Song of Murder," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985.
Sir Geoffrey Rimbatten, "The Mystery of Flight 401," Lime Street, ABC, 1985.
Himself, Wogan (also known as The Wogan Years), BBC, 1985.
Beechum, "It's a Jungle out There," Blacke's Magic, NBC, 1986.
Burke, "Beans," Mary, CBS, 1986.
Himself, Good Morning Britain (also known as TV-am), Independent Television (England), 1986.
Himself, Sunday, Sunday, Independent Television (England), 1986.
Frank Houlighan, "Do Someone a Favor and It Becomes Your Job," Murphy's Law, ABC, 1988.
Thaddeus, "Survival of the Fittest," Alfred Hitchcock Presents (also known as Alfred Hitchcock esittaeae, Alfred Hitchcock presenta, Alfred Hitchcock presente, and Alfred Hitchcock zeigt), USA Network, 1988.
Geoffrey Keeble, "Twice Shy," Dick Francis Mysteries (also known as Dick Francis and The Mystery Wheel of Adventure), syndicated, 1989.
Valery, "Epiphany," War of the Worlds (also known as War of the Worlds: The Second Invasion, Krieg der Welten, La guerra de los mundos II: la nueva generacion, Maailmajoen sota, and Vilagok harca), syndicated, 1989.
Stendahl, "Usher II," The Ray Bradbury Theater (also known as The Bradbury Trilogy, Mystery Theatre, Ray Bradbury Theater, Le monde fantastique de Ray Bradbury, and Ray Bradbury presente), USA Network, 1990.
Himself, Saturday Night Clive, BBC Two, 1991.
Dayton Whiting, "The Dead File," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1992.
Elliot Sterns, "B.S. Elliot," Dream On, HBO, 1992, also broadcast on Fox.
Mr. Thind, "Dresswreckers," Coach, ABC, 1992.
Henry, "Faithful Henry," Jack's Place, ABC, 1993.
Steadman, "Dragonswing," Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1993.
Steadman, "Dragonswing II," Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1994.
Dr. Quentin, "Go, Girl," Spy Game, ABC, 1997.
Dr. Quentin, "How Diplomatic of You," Spy Game, ABC, 1997.
John Garrison, "Discards," Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1997.
Mr. Black, "Why Spy?," Spy Game, ABC, 1997.
Himself, "The Avengers … Still Kinky after All These Years," Light Lunch, Channel 4 (England), 1997.
Himself, This Morning (also known as This Morning with Richard and Judy), Independent Television (England), 1997.
Himself, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, NBC, 1998.
Himself (house owner), Through the Keyhole, Independent Television (England), 1999.
Sir Thomas Matthews, "Second Chance," Family Law, CBS, 2000.
Cecil Hedley, "The Show Must Go Off," Frasier (also known as Dr. Frasier Crane), NBC, 2001.
Himself, "11-17 April 1970," That Was the Week We Watched, BBC, 2003.
Himself, "Crime-fighters," After They Were Famous, Independent Television (England), 2005.
(In archive footage) John Steed, La tele de tu vida, Television Espanola (TVE, Spain), 2007.
Appeared in other programs, including Blankety Blank, BBC; and Ultra Quiz, Independent Television (England); some sources cite an appearance in "Destination Nightmare," The Veil, 1958.
Television Appearances; Pilots:
Dudley Jerico (title role), Mister Jerico, Associated Television, 1969, broadcast on ABC Movie of the Week, ABC, 1970.
Shawcross, Matt Helm, ABC, 1975.
(Uncredited) Voice of imperious leader, Battlestar Galactica (later known as Galactica 1980), ABC, 1978.
Horatio Black, The Billion Dollar Threat, ABC, 1979.
Maximilian Boudreau, The Fantastic Seven (also known as Steel Glory and Stunt Seven), CBS, 1979.
Host, Comedy of Terrors (also known as Comedy of Horrors), CBS, 1981.
Lydell Hamilton, "Automan," Automan, ABC, 1983.
Sir John Raleigh, Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E.: The Fifteen Years Later Affair (also known as The 15 Years Later Affair), CBS, 1983.
Charles Crow-Ffinch, Where There's a Will, Television South West, 1987.
Voice of E. B. Hungerford, Super Force (also known as Super Cop), syndicated, 1990.
Uncle Ray Bailey, P.S. I Luv You, CBS, 1991.
Edward Whitaker, "Thunder in Paradise: Parts 1 & 2," Thunder in Paradise, syndicated, 1994.
Dr. Walton, Night Man (also known as NightMan), syndicated, 1997.
Television Work; Series:
Producer, Winston Churchill—The Valiant Years, ABC, 1960-61, broadcast in Great Britain as The Valiant Years, BBC, 1961.
Wardrobe designer: Patrick Macnee, The Avengers, Associated British Picture Corporation, 1961-69, ABC, 1966-69, Arts and Entertainment, 1990, and other channels.
Producer of television programs in Great Britain, Canada, and the United States.
Gerald Forbes, When We Are Married, Forbes Russell's Repertory Company, St. Francis Theatre, Letchworth, England, 1940.
Laurie, Little Women, Westminster Theatre, London, 1941.
Andrew Wyke, Sleuth, Music Box Theatre, New York City, c. 1972-73.
Odd man, Made in Heaven, Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester, England, 1975.
The Grass Is Greener, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, England, 1979.
Lucifer, Don Juan in Hell (staged reading), Dallas, TX, 1983.
Andrew Wyke, Sleuth, Coconut Grove Playhouse, Miami, FL, 1984.
Killing Jessica, Savoy Theatre, London, 1986-87.
Andrew Wyke, Sleuth, New Century Theatre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1987-88.
Appeared in several stage productions in England, 1939-42 and 1946-52, and in Canadian and U.S. productions, 1952-60.
Laurie, Little Women, British cities, 1941.
Demetrius, A Midsummer Night's Dream, U.S. cities, 1954.
The Secretary Bird, Australian and New Zealand cities, 1970.
The Secretary Bird, Canadian cities, 1973.
Andrew Wyke, Sleuth, U.S. cities, 1973-75.
Absurd Person Singular, U.S. cities, 1975.
The Grass Is Greener, British, Middle Eastern, and Canadian cities, 1979-80.
House Guest, Australian cities, 1982.
(Uncredited) Extra, Pygmalion (also known as Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion"), 1938.
(Uncredited) Extra, Colonel Blimp (also known as The Adventures of Colonel Blimp and The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp), General Films Distributors, 1945.
Dead of Night, Rank/Universal, 1946.
Tony, The Fatal Night, 1948.
Hamlet, General Films Distributors, 1948.
(Uncredited) Man at committee meeting, The Small Back Room (also known as Hour of Glory), British Lion, 1949.
(Uncredited) Mr. Vince, All over the Town, Rank/General Films Distributors, 1949.
Honorable John Bristow, The Elusive Pimpernel (also known as The Fighting Pimpernel), British Lion, 1950.
Hugh Hurcombe, The Girl Is Mine, British Lion, 1950.
Phillips, Dick Barton at Bay, Marylebone/Hammer, 1950.
(Uncredited) Sutherland, Flesh and Blood, British Lion, 1951.
(As Patrick MacNee) Young Jacob Marley, Scrooge (also known as A Christmas Carol), United Artists, 1951.
(Uncredited) Guard subaltern, Three Cases of Murder, Wessex Associated Artists, 1955.
Lieutenant commander Medley (Commodore Harwood's aide), The Battle of the River Plate (also known as The Graf Spee and Pursuit of the Graf Spee), Rank, 1957.
(Scenes deleted) Private Duff, Until They Sail, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1957.
Sir Percy, Les Girls (musical; also known as Cole Porter's "Les Girls"), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1957.
Colonel Trent, Mission of Danger (consists of episodes of Northwest Passage), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1959.
Major Derek Longbow, Incense for the Damned (also known as Bloodsuckers, Doctors Wear Scarlet, Freedom Seekers, and Incense of the Damned), Lucinda/Titan International, 1970.
Captain Good, King Solomon's Treasure, 1977.
Dr. George Waggner, The Howling, Avco-Embassy Pictures, 1981.
Dr. Stark, The Creature Wasn't Nice (also known as Naked Space and Spaceship), Creature Features, 1981.
Major Yogi Crossley, The Sea Wolves (also known as The Sea Wolves: The Last Charge of the Calcutta Light Horse), Rank/Paramount, 1981.
Dr. Jacobs, Young Doctors in Love, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982.
Vincent Reyblack, The Hot Touch (also known as Peter Dion and Coupe de maitre), 1982.
John Morgan, Sweet 16 (also known as Sweet Sixteen), Century International, 1983.
Narrator, Down Under (documentary), 1984.
Sir Denis Eton-Hogg, This Is Spinal Tap (also known as Spinal Tap and This Is Spinal Tap: A Rockumentary by Martin Di Bergi), Embassy, 1984.
Host, Tales from the Darkside, International Video Entertainment, 1985.
Sir Cyril Landau, Shadey, Film Four International/Skouras, 1985.
Sir Godfrey Tibbett, A View to a Kill (also known as Beautiful Prey and From a View to a Kill), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1985.
Sir Wilfred, Waxwork (also known as Reise zurueck in die Zeit), Vestron Pictures, 1988.
Father Christopher, Transformations (also known as Alien Transformations), New World Pictures/Empire Pictures, c. 1988.
Himself, Cult People (documentary), 1989.
Professor Plocostomos, Lobster Man from Mars, 1989.
Marcus, L'oeil de la veuve (also known as Eye of the Widow, Malko, Malko: Eye of the Widow, and SAS—L'oeil de la veuve), c. 1989.
Scared Silly, c. 1989.
Carl Lawton, The Chill Factor, 1990.
Machiavel, Masque of the Red Death (also known as Edgar Allan Poe's "Masque of the Red Death"), Concorde, 1990.
Sir Wilfred, Waxwork II: Lost in Time (also known as Lost in Time, Spaceshift, and Space Shift: Waxwork II), 1992.
King B: A Life in the Movies, 1993.
Voice of Invisible Jones, The Avengers, Warner Bros., 1998.
Dr. Ballard, The Low Budget Time Machine, Doodle Barnett Productions/Irena Belle Films, 2003.
Host and narrator, Unlocking DaVinci's Code (documentary), Associated Television International/Highland Entertainment, 2004.
Host, The Witnessing of Angels (documentary), Ventura Distribution, 2006.
Some sources cite an appearance in Getting It Right.
(In archive footage as John Steed in "Don't Get Me Wrong") The Pretenders, Pretenders: The Singles, 1988.
Narrator, Behind the Scenes with Goldfinger (also known as The Making of "Goldfinger"), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists Home Entertainment, 1995.
Narrator, Behind the Scenes with Thunderball (also known as The Making of "Thunderball" and The Thunderball Phenomenon), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists Home Entertainment, 1995.
Narrator, Inside "Thunderball" (also known as The Secret History of Thunderball), 1995.
Himself and narrator, The "Goldfinger" Phenomenon, 1995.
Narrator, Inside "Licence to Kill," 1999.
Narrator, Inside "Live and Let Die," 1999.
Narrator, Designing Bond: Peter Lamont, 2000.
Narrator, Inside "Diamonds Are Forever," 2000.
Narrator, Inside "Dr. No" (short), Twentieth Century-Fox Home Entertainment, 2000.
Narrator, Inside "For Your Eyes Only," 2000.
Narrator, Inside "The Living Daylights," 2000.
Narrator, Inside "The Man with the Golden Gun," 2000.
Narrator, Inside "Moonraker," 2000.
Narrator, Inside "Octopussy," 2000.
Narrator, Inside "Russia with Love," 2000.
Narrator, Inside "The Spy Who Loved Me," 2000.
Narrator, Inside "You Only Live Twice," 2000.
Narrator, The Music of James Bond, 2000.
Narrator, Silhouettes: The James Bond Titles, 2000.
Himself and narrator, Ian Fleming: 007's Creator, 2000.
Himself and narrator, Inside "On Her Majesty's Secret Service," 2000.
(In archive footage as John Steed in "Don't Get Me Wrong") The Pretenders, The Pretenders: Greatest Hits, 2000.
(In archive footage) Himself, Unleashing the Best: Making "The Howling," Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists Home Entertainment, 2003.
(Uncredited) Count Iblis, Glen Larson on the Creation of "Battlestar Galactica" (short), Universal Studios Home Video, 2004.
Himself, Remembering "Battlestar Galactica," Universal Studios Home Video, 2004.
Peter Mayle, Peter Mayle's Provence (consists of A Year in Provence and Toujours Provence), Macmillan Audio, 1991.
Anna Pasternak, Princess in Love, Audio Literature, 1995.
Roderick Mann, The Account, Audio Literature, 1996.
Tom Kuntz, editor, The Titanic Disaster Hearings (also known as Titanic Disaster), 1998.
William Shakespeare, The Winter's Tale (for children), The Children's Shakespeare, 1998.
C. S. Forester, Hornblower and the Atropos, Audio Literature, 1999.
Forester, Hornblower during the Crisis, Audio Literature, 1999.
Anne Perry, editor, Anne Perry Presents Malice Domestic 6 (also known as Anne Perry Presents Malice Domestic 6: An Anthology of Original Mystery Stories), Audio Literature, 1999.
Forester, Hornblower in the West Indies, Dove Entertainment, 2000.
Frederick Forsyth, The Veteran, New Millennium Audio, 2001.
Also read from the Bible for audio recordings.
Audiobooks; Works by Jack Higgins:
Angel of Death, Audio Literature, 1995.
Hell Is Always Today, Audio Literature, 1995.
Sheba, Audio Literature, 1995.
Drink with the Devil, Audio Literature, 1996.
Year of the Tiger, Audio Literature, 1996.
The President's Daughter, Audio Literature, 1997.
Luciano's Luck, Audio Literature, c. 1997.
Flight of Eagles, Audio Literature, 1998.
Day of Reckoning, Putnam Berkley Audio, 2000.
Brought In Dead, New Millennium Audio, 2001.
Edge of Danger, Putnam, 2001.
Higgins writing under the name Harry Patterson, The Graveyard Shift, New Millennium, 2002.
Midnight Runner, Putnam Berkley Audio, 2002.
On Dangerous Ground, New Millennium Audio, 2002.
Bad Company, Recorded Books, 2003.
The Eye of the Storm, New Millennium Audio, 2003.
The Keys of Hell, 2003.
(With Honor Blackman) "Kinky Boots," 1964, also released in the 1990s.
The Pretenders, "Don't Get Me Wrong," 1986.
Oasis, "Don't Look Back in Anger," 1996.
(With Marie Cameron) Blind in One Ear: The Avenger Returns, Harrap, 1988.
(With Dave Rogers and Joanna Lumley) The Avengers and Me, Titan Books, 1997, TV Books, 1998.
Novels; with Peter Leslie:
The Avengers: Dead Duck, Titan Books, 1994.
The Avengers: Deadline, Titan Books, 1994.
Carraz, Alain, and Jean-Luc Putheaud, The Avengers Companion, Bay Books, 1998.
Miller, Mark A., Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing and Horror Cinema: A Filmography of Their 22 Collaborations, McFarland & Company, 1994.
Rogers, Dave, The Complete Avengers: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about the Avengers and the New Avengers, Griffin, 1998.
Biography, September, 1999, pp. 26-27.
Cinefantastique, August, 1998, pp. 32-34, 37-38, 40.
Empire, issue 96, 1997, p. 60.
Knave, Volume 17, issue 10, 1985, pp. 38-42.
Starlog, December, 1981, pp. 48-49, 52, 64; December, 1985, pp. 68-69; January, 1988, pp. 32-33, 58; February, 1992.
TV Guide, November 8, 1997, pp. 24-27; August 15, 1998, pp. 28-29.
Patrick Macnee,http://www.patrickmacnee.com, June 6, 2008.
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