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Bryan Pringle (19 January 1935 - 15 May 2002) was a long serving British actor who appeared in television, film and theatre productions throughout a career which spanned almost four decades. Pringle is best remembered for playing Barker in the Inspector Morse episode "Deceived by Flight" in 1989, and as a friend of Eddie Royle's in EastEnders in 1991.

While much of his TV career was as a character actor, he also appeared in many films, beginning with the 1960 Saturday Night and Sunday Morning. He was a regular in director Ken Russell's work, commencing with the part of Charles Pooter in Diary of a Nobody, made for BBC 2, in 1964. He continued to be cast in many independent films, such as Brazil and Drowning By Numbers. He played Len Wiles, the adoptive father of Terry Wiles in the BBC drama 'On Giant's Shoulders' [1979].

Born in Tamworthmarker, Staffordshire but raised in the Lancashiremarker town of Boltonmarker he trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in Londonmarker. In 1958, he married character actress Anne Jameson, together they had two children. She died in 1999.

He officially opened the first Meadows Festival in Edinburghmarker in 1975.

Television roles

Year Title Role
1968 to 1970 The Dustbinmen Cheese & Egg
1974 The Pallisers Mr. Monk
1983 Last of the Summer Wine Ludovic
1985 Auf Wiedersehen, Pet Arthur Pringle
1988 All Creatures Great and Small Grimsdale
1990 Wish Me Luck Father Martin
1997 A Prince Among Men Vince Hibbert


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