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  • Derek Newark - IMDb

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    Derek Newark, Actor: The Blue Max. Derek Newark was born on June 8, 1933 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England as Derek John Newark. He was an actor, known for The Blue Max (1966), Bellman and True (1987) and A Taste for Death (1988).

  • Derek Newark - Wikipedia

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    Derek Newark (8 June 1933 – 11 August 1998) was an English actor in television, film and theatre.

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    Derek John Newark appeared in two Doctor Who stories: as Za in An Unearthly Child and Greg Sutton in Inferno. Outside Doctor Who, Newark is perhaps best known on TV for his role as Spooner in the popular sitcom Rising Damp.

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  • Derek John Newark (1933-1998) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Actor. Appeared in films like ITV Play of the Week (TV series), Front Page Story (TV series) as Joe Harwood, The Blue Marx (1966) as Ziegel, The Baron (TV series), Man in a Suitcase (TV series), Coronation Street (TV series) as Detective Inspector Sharp, The Avengers (TV series), The Saint (TV series), Oh!

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    07 February 2018... FamousFix profile for Derek Newark including biography information, wikipedia facts, photos, galleries, news, youtube videos, quotes, posters, magazine covers, trailers, links, filmography, discography and trivia.

  • A Short Biography of Derek Newark - Radio Sounds Familiar

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    Derek Newark played a vast amount of film and television roles during the 1960s and 1970s, including ‘The Baron’ in1967, three episodes of the cult series ‘The Avengers’, between 1969 and 1972 six episodes of’ Z-Cars’, and in’ Barlow at Large’ in the returning character of Detective Inspector Tucker between 1974–1975

  • Derek Newark - Biography - IMDb

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    Derek Newark was born on June 8, 1933 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England as Derek John Newark. He was an actor, known for The Blue Max (1966), ...

  • Derek Newark | Only Fools & Horses Tribute Wiki | FANDOM ...

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    Derek Newak was an English actor who played Eric The Policeman in The Russians Are Coming (13th October 1981). Derek John Newark was born in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk on the 8th June 1933.

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