Payday Loans
Paul Jesson

  1. Christopher Guard, Dead Man’s Folly, TV, 1986.   In the mix for Alec Legge in Peter Ustinov’s fourth of six outings as Agatha Christie’s Belgian sleuth, Hercule Poirot. Guard had debuted at 13  with a BBC Dickens double: the young David Copperfield, 1966, closely followed by young Pip in the 1967 Great Expectations.   He also voiced Frodo in Ralph Bakshi’s 1977 Lord of the Rings toon. And was still going strong (after 50 screen roles) in 2019.

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