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Graham Stark

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Graham Stark was a prolific actor who created a name for himself largely on the big screen. Stark started his acting career landing roles in such films as the Alfred Lynch comedic adaptation "On the Fiddle" (1961), the comedy adaptation "Only Two Can Play" (1961) with Peter Sellers and "The Millionairess" (1961) with Sophia Loren. He also appeared in the comedy "The Wrong Arm of the Law" (1962) with Peter Sellers, the Margaret Rutherford adaptation sequel "The Mouse on the Moon" (1963) and the Richard Attenborough drama "Guns at Batasi" (1964). He kept working in film throughout the sixties and the seventies, starring in "Casino Royale" (1967), the Sammy Davis Jr. comedy "Salt and Pepper" (1968) and the Leslie Phillips comedy "Doctor in Trouble" (1970). During the latter half of his career, he tackled roles in "The Prisoner of Zenda" (1979) starring Peter Sellers"The Sea Wolves" (1980) with Gregory Peck and the dramatic period piece "Hawk The Slayer" (1980) with Jack Palance. He also appeared in the dramedy "Victor/Victoria" (1982) with Julie Andrews and "Trail of the Pink Panther" (1982). Stark more recently appeared in "Charles Dickens' Martin Chuzzlewit" (PBS, 1994-95).

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