Keith Barron

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Keith Barron (born 8 August 1934) is an English actor and television presenter, well-known from numerous roles on British television from the 1960s to the present day.



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Born in Mexborough, Yorkshire, Barron became well-known to UK television viewers in the early 1960s as the easy-going Detective Sergeant Swift in the Granada TV series The Odd Man and its spin-off It's Cold Outside. His major breakthrough, however, was as Nigel Barton, an avatar of the writer Dennis Potter in his plays Stand Up, Nigel Barton and Vote, Vote, Vote for Nigel Barton in BBC1's The Wednesday Play anthology series (he later played a very similar character in Potter's Play For Today offering Only Make Believe (1973)). He made many one-off television appearances, from Redcap and Z Cars in the mid 60s, to Randall and Hopkirk , The New Avengers and The Professionals. He made two appearances in Upstairs, Downstairs as Australian Gregory Wilmot. In the 1980s he was a guest in the Doctor Who serial Enlightenment. He also did many voiceovers on British TV adverts. In 1989 he starred on television in a moving story of relationships in a new town in the Midlands entitled Take Me Home with Annette Crosbie as...
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