John Fraser

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Age: 83
Birthplace: Glasgow, Scotland

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. John Fraser (born 18 March 1931, Glasgow, Scotland) is a BAFTA-nominated Scottish-born actor of cinema, television and theatre.

One of his earliest roles was as Inigo Jollifant in the second film version of J.B. Priestley's The Good Companions. He went on to have starring roles in films such as El Cid, The Trials of Oscar Wilde (playing Lord Alfred Douglas), and Roman Polanski's Repulsion. He is familiar on television, with guest roles in series including Danger Man (1964), Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) (1969), Columbo (1972), Doctor Who (1981) and The Bill (1995).

In 2004, he published his autobiography, Close Up, in which he wrote frankly about his gay life and friendships with well known actors. Description above from the Wikipedia article John Fraser, licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

 
Movie Character Year
Stgvrobykhbjkp2ut6oxewnkb4r Tunes of Glory Cpl. Piper Ian Fraser 1960
Iehtwu3nblpyfbh0alkrejrgxey El Cid Prince Alfonso 1961
M4dva9eaj2tiaxswlkjixifpfso Operation Crossbow Flight Lt. Kenny 1965
Wcd5rfpjodt28ygrmqkwsyapslj Repulsion Colin 1965
Aq3fsr5bfbato04ak3l0sacmyov Doctor in Clover Dr Miles Grimsdyke 1966