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Alan Igbon

Of West African and Irish heritage, Mancunian jobbing actor Alan Igbon was a familiar figure on our screens from the 1970s onwards. Most famously, Igbon starred as Meakin in Alan Clarke's 1979 film version of Scum and as Loggo in the seminal drama The Boys From The Blackstuff. Penned by Alan Bleasdale, it was the start of a working relationship that saw Igbon appear in several other productions from the writer, including GBH and Blood on the Dole. Other credits included the rasta Sheldon in the comedy series The Front Line, a student in Alan Bennett's Me! I'm Afraid of Virginia Woolf and a minder to ex Boys co-star Michael Angelis in the third series of Auf Wiedersehen, Pet. He also appeared in the soaps Brookside and Coronation Street and the films Babylon and Water. Early in January 2021 it was announced on Twitter by friend and fellow actor Louis Emerick that Igbon has died at some time in December at the age of 68.


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Born:
May 29, 1952 In Cheadle Hulme, Greater Manchester, England, UK
Movie/TV Credits:
13
First Appeared:
In the series Crown Court 1972-10-11
Latest Project:
Movie Cold Enough for Snow 1997-12-31
Known For
Poster of Blood on the Dole
Poster of G.B.H.
Poster of The Professionals
Poster of Crown Court
Filmography
Movie Cold Enough for Snow Pete 1997-12-31
Movie Blood on the Dole Art Gallery Attendant 1994-10-18
Series G.B.H. Teddy 1991-06-06
Movie Water Cuban 1985-01-01
Series The Front Line Unknown 1984-12-06
Series Auf Wiedersehen, Pet Addey 1983-11-11
Series Boys from the Blackstuff Loggo Logmond 1982-10-10
Movie The Black Stuff Loggo Logmond 1980-01-02
Movie Babylon Ruppie 1980-11-07
Movie Scum Meakin 1979-09-12
Movie Me! I'm Afraid of Virginia Woolf Boswell 1978-12-02
Series The Professionals Angadi 1977-12-30
Series Crown Court Unknown 1972-10-11