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Bryan Pringle


Bryan Pringle trained at RADA where his contemporaries were Peter O'Toole, Albert Finney, Alan Bates, Frank Finlay, Roy Kinnear and Ronald Fraser. Bryan has had a long and succesful acting career in stage, TV and film. Last year his performance as Kemp in a revival of Joe Orton's Entertaining Mr Sloane won him critical acclaim.



Above: Bryan Pringle today
and in The Enemy.

His many career highlights include:

Where the Heart Is (Ep: Choices) [Tom Merrick] 2001 tv
Entertaining Mr Sloane [Kemp] (opposite Alison Steadman) 2001 stage
Harm Done [Tommy Smith] 2000 tv
King's Ransom [Harry] 2000 film
Tess of the D'Urbervilles [Kail] 1998 tv
Darkness Falls [Mr Haytor] 1998 film
Vanity Fair [Raggles] 1998 tv
Dalziel and Pascoe (Ep: Child's Play) [John Huby] 1998 tv
A Dance to the Music of Time [Smith] 1997 tv
Snow White: A Tale of Terror [Father Gilbert] 1997 tv
A Prince Among Men (all 12 episodes) [Vince Hibbert] 1997 tv
Peak Practice (series five) [Jim Barraclough] 1997 tv
Cruel Train [Maurice Mussell] 1995 tv
Heavy Weather [Pilbright] 1995 tv
Pleasure [Flaubert] 1994 tv
The Steal [Cecil] 1994 film
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (Series 1) [Sloat] 1992 tv
American Friends [Haskell] 1991 film
Lovejoy (Ep: Raise the Hispanic) [Malcolm Tandy] 1991 tv
Murder Most Horrid (Ep: Dying Live) [Mr Franklin] 1991 tv
Prime Suspect [Felix Norman] 1990 tv
Inspector Morse (Ep: Deceived by Flight) [Barker] 1989 tv
All Creatures Great and Small [Grimsdale] 1988-90 tv
The Management [Mr Crusty] 1988 tv
Wish Me Luck [Priest] 1987 tv
Haunted Honeymoon [Pfister] 1986 film
Auf Wiedersehn Pet (Series 2) [Arthur Pringle] 1986 tv
Brazil [Spiro] 1985 film
Henry V [Pistol] 1979 tv
Henry IV Part 2 [Pistol] 1979 tv
Room Service [Charles Spooner] 1979 tv
On Giant's Shoulders (BBC2 Play of the Week) [Len Wiles] 1979 tv
Jabberwocky [Guard] 1977 film
The Old Curiosity Shop [Quilp] 1975
The Growing Pains of PC Penrose [Sergeant Flagg] 1975 tv
The Pallisers [Mr Monk] 1974 tv
Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em [Jackson] 1974 tv
The Boyfriend [Percy] 1971 film
The Birthday Party [Stanley] (opposite Lulu) 1964 stage RSC
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning [Jack] 1960 film




Frances Tomelty

Frances Tomelty is perhaps best known as the wife of Sting, to whom she was married at the time this episode was filmed. They divorced in 1982. Frances is still acting today.



Above: Frances Tomelty today [ Lian Hentscher] and as the insane Bonnie Hawkesworth who frames Susan Young [Louise Jameson] for the murder of her husband then attempts to kill her too, in the 1989 episode of Bergerac entitled The Other Woman

Some of her many TV film and stage credits include:

Semi Monde [Inez Zulieta] 2001 stage
Doctors (Ep: Ghosts) [Susan Morrison] 2000 tv
Lucy Sullivan is getting married [Connie Sullivan] 1999 tv
Trial and Retribution [Norma O'Sullivan QC] 1999 tv
Vanity Fair [Mrs O'Dowd] 1998 tv
Monk Dawson [Mrs Carter] 1998 film
Mutability [Maeve] 1997 stage
Ballykissangel [Fionnuala] 1997 tv
Kavanagh QC [Gina Lomax] 1996 tv
Half a Shave [Moira] 1995 film
99-1 [Commander Stone] 1995 tv
Casualty (Ep: First Impressions) 1994 tv
Cracker (Ep: One Day a Lemming Will Fly) [Mrs Lang] 1993 tv
Spender (Ep: Double Jeopardy) [Lorraine Hope] 1991 tv
The Field [The Widow] 1990 film
Work! [Julia Parrish] 1990 tv
Bergerac (Ep: The Other Woman) [Bonnie Hawkesworth] 1989 tv
Boon (Ep: Big Game Hunt) [Nina Brack] 1989 tv
Inspector Morse (Ep: Last Seen Wearing) [Grace Craven] 1988 tv
A Perfect Spy [Peggy Wentworth] 1987 tv
Bellman and True [Anna] 1987 film
Lamb [Mrs Kane] 1986 film
A State of Emergency [Jackie Hampton] 1986 film
Bullshot [Fraulein Lenya von Bruno] 1983 film
The Files on Jill Hatch [Sheila Bennett Hatch] 1983 tv
Blue Money [Fidelma] 1982 tv
Strangers (2 series) [WPC Linda Doran] 1978-9 tv
A Place to Hide [Ann Smith] 1976 tv
Coronation Street [Christine Peters] 1972 tv



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