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Age: 56, born 6 April 1959

Country of origin: United Kingdom


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Description: Mark Strickson is a British TV producer and actor best known for his acting role as the character of Vislor Turlough, a companion of the Fifth Doctor, on the television series Doctor Who. Strickson was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. He attended King Edward VI Grammar School in his home town, the same school as William Shakespeare, and was also a chorister at Holy Trinity Church (Shakespeare's Church), where his father, John Strickson, was organist and choirmaster. He studied drama at RADA in London. After he left Doctor Who, Strickson emigrated to Australia, where he studied zoology at the Armidale campus of the Univer ... (more)
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1. Doctor Who (1963)
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4. Casualty (1986)
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Movies

1. Mouth on Legs (2007)
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