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Also Known As: Jeremy Walker Died:
Born: January 3, 1935 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Derbyshire, England, GB Profession: actor

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Angels & Insects (1995) Sir Harald Alabaster
2.
 Four Weddings and A Funeral (1994) Sir John Delaney (2nd Wedding)
3.
 Duel of Hearts (1992) Lord Milborne
4.
 Prisoner of Honor (1991) General De Pellieux
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 When the Whales Came (1989) Mr Wellbeloved
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 Top Secret! (1984) General Streck
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 Phantom of the Opera (1983) Baron Hunyadi
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 Uncommon Valor (1983) Ferryman
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 Prisoner of Zenda, The (1979) Duke Michael Of Zenda
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Education

Abbottsholme School: -
Central School of Speech and Drama: London , England -

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Jeremy Kemp (born 3 January 1935) is an English actor. He is perhaps best known for his role as PC Bob Steele in the BBC television police series Z Cars. Kemp was born Jeremy Walker in Chesterfield, Derbyshire to Elsa May Kemp and Edmund Reginald Walker, an engineer. His TV credits include: Colditz, Space: 1999 and a number of American series such as: Hart to Hart, The Greatest American Hero, The Fall Guy, Conan the Adventurer, Star Trek: The Next Generation and Murder She Wrote. His film roles include: Dr. Terror's House of Horrors, Operation Crossbow, The Blue Max, A Bridge Too Far, Top Secret! and Four Weddings and a Funeral. He also appeared as Cornwall in the 1984 TV movie version of King Lear opposite Sir Laurence Olivier as Lear.

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