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Neville Smith

Born in Liverpool in 1940, Neville Smith, a one time collaborator of director Ken Loach, is one of a number of working-class actors and writers to have transformed the subject-matter and tone of television drama in the 1960s and 1970s. He was responsible for two of Loach's finest television films - 'The Golden Vision' (The Wednesday Play, BBC, tx. 17/4/1968) and After a Lifetime (ITV, tx. 18/7/1971) - but also developed a partnership with the director Stephen Frears, for whom he wrote the cult British detective film, Gumshoe (UK/US, 1971).


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Born:
Jan 1, 1940 In Liverpool, England, UK
Movie/TV Credits:
26
First Appeared:
In the movie Billy Liar 1963-08-15
Latest Project:
Movie Completely Bad News 2019-11-29
Known For
Poster of The Comic Strip Presents
Poster of Match of the Day
Poster of Gumshoe
Poster of The Wednesday Play
Filmography
Movie Completely Bad News Manager 2019-11-29
Movie Prick Up Your Ears Police Inspector 1987-04-17
Movie Coast to Coast Wedding Guest 1987-01-04
Movie Wish You Were Here Cinema Manager 1987-07-24
Movie Bad News Tour Manager 1983-01-24
Series The Comic Strip Presents Manager 1982-11-02
Movie Afternoon Off Cyril 1979-02-03
Movie Long Distance Information Christian Harvey 1979-10-11
Movie Long Shot Neville 1978-11-17
Movie Me! I'm Afraid of Virginia Woolf Hopkins 1978-12-02
Movie Bag of Yeast Tony Scannell 1976-02-22
Movie Match of the Day Chance 1974-03-18
Movie The Rank and File Jerry 1971-05-20
Movie Gumshoe Arthur 1971-12-01
Movie After a Lifetime Young Billy 1971-07-18
Movie Praise Marx and Pass the Ammunition Liverpool Delegate 1970-01-01
Movie The Big Flame Strike Committee 1969-02-19
Movie There Is Also Tomorrow Izzy 1969-11-19
Movie The Golden Vision Vincent Coyne 1968-04-17
Movie The Lump Eddie 1967-02-01
Movie In Two Minds Man at Pub 1967-03-01
Movie The End of Arthur's Marriage He 1965-11-17
Series Thirty-Minute Theatre Unknown 1965-10-07
Movie Doctor Who: The Reign of Terror D'Argenson 1964-09-12
Series The Wednesday Play Unknown 1964-09-30
Movie Billy Liar Youth (uncredited) 1963-08-15