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Coronation Street

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From Coronation Street Wiki

Geoffrey Dyson Palmer OBE (born 4th June, 1927) is one of Britain's most recognisable actors of film and television, whose best known role is arguably that of the dour Lionel Hardcastle in the BBC sitcom As Time Goes By. His sole appearance on Coronation Street was in May 1968 where he played a Superintendent registrar, and since then he has went on to make many appearances on the big and small screens, in such television series' as Doctor Who, Fawlty Towers, Butterflies and Blackadder Goes Forth, and films such as A Fish Called Wanda in 1988, The Madness of King George (1994) and 1997 James Bond movie Tomorrow Never Dies. He also appeared in two seperate roles in the Street spin-off Pardon the Expression.


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Dr Who

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Geoffrey Palmer (born 4th June 1927) is an actor known especially for his comic roles on British telelvision, in his over fifty-year career.

In Doctor Who, Palmer played Masters in Doctor Who and the Silurians, the Administrator in The Mutants, and Hardaker in Voyage of the Damned.

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Muppet

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From Muppet Wiki

Geoffrey Palmer (b. 1927) is a British actor who starred as Lionel Hardcastle, opposite Judi Dench, on the long-running BBC comedy/drama As Time Goes By, from 1992 until 2005. In 2000, Palmer played the doctor in the Jim Henson Company film Rat.

Following stints in the army and on stage, Palmer began his long career in episodic BBC television in the 1960s, on such series as The Avengers, Z Cars, and The Wednesday Play. In the 1970s, he guest starred on Doctor Who, as bureaucrat Masters in "Doctor Who and the Silurians" and the Adminstrator in "The Mutants." Other TV guest spots include Fawlty Towers, Blackadder Goes Forth, and Inspector Morse. In film, following bit parts early on, Palmer began appearing in cameos and principal supporting roles, mostly as various authority figures, in such comedies as Clockwise, A Fish Called Wanda, The Madness of King George, and Picadilly Jim. Occasional dramatic turns included Tomorrow Never Dies and Mrs. Brown, both opposite Judi Dench.

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