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Selected list of Roy Skelton film and TV show credits.

Acting Credits

2004
The Xtra Factor (2004) (TV Show)
George

1999
Carnival of Monsters (1999) (TV Movie)
Himself

1984
The Bill (1984) (TV Show)
Bert Smith 

1972
Rainbow (1972) (TV Show)
George

1971
The Last of the Mohicans (TV Show)
Private Jones

1970
Reporter

1969
Counsel

1966
Quick Before They Catch Us (TV Show)
Danny 

1963
Doctor Who (1963) (TV Show)

1962
Play It Cool (1962)
Mechanic #1

1962
Z Cars (1962) (TV Show)
Tommy Wyatt

Writer Credits

1972
Rainbow (1972) (TV Show)
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Self

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79 (age at death)
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1955–2008

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Roy William Skelton (20 July 1931 – 8 June 2011) was an English actor and voice artist, whose voice was more familiar to television viewers than his name. Born in Oldham, he provided the voices for many characters on British television for nearly fifty years, particularly the characters of both Zippy and George on Rainbow, which the actor first joined in the early 1970s and performed on until it was axed in 1992. However, due to the fame of the characters, he continued to voice Zippy and George in guest appearances on television in series such as The Weakest Link and TV Burp until his death.

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