Gavin Muir (British actor)
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- see also American actor Gavin Muir (1900-1972)
September 15, 1951
|Died||July 15, 2002
Gavin Muir (15 September 1951 - 15 July 2002), was a British actor and musician probably best known for his role in the 1983 Television version of Accidental Death of an Anarchist.
Muir had small parts in various television programmes including The Bill, Thieftakers, Cracker, Jo Brand and Our Friends in the North. He appeared in films such as Accidental Death of an Anarchist (1983), a small film called Representative Radio in which he played the role of Joseph Goddard and The One And Only in which he played a surgeon(2002). He worked for BBC Radio for many years. He appears as the voice of Rosencrantz in William Shakespeare's Hamlet Prince Of Denmark and was the voice of Blacksmith in a TV series called animated tales of the world, in 2000. He was the voice of Abdab on the Terror Tomb ride at Chessington World of Adventures. His theatre work include many years working for such establishments such as Regent's Park Open Air Theatre and The Royal Shakespeare Company. He was an early member of the singing group The Flying Pickets.
He was married to Teresa Muir and has two surviving sons, Jack and Sean.
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