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Kenneth Connor

British actor

Born
06 June 1916
in LondonCity of London, EnglandUnited Kingdom

Died
28 November 1993

British actor, best known for his role as an undertaker Monsieur Alfonse in a Comedy Series ’Allo ’Allo! and Carry on.... First appeared on the scene as a two-year child at the age of 11 years he regularly played already own a number of entertainer. In the interwar period he graduated from drama school, and during World War II, he fought in Italy. After returning to civilian life has become taken an actor, originally known primarily for her roles in radio dramas, theatre and television.


1958-1992

Carry On

The Sting 1958

One of the longest ever series of comedy films and parodies made by great set of actors. Each of the films is different story and different set of characters, but the light atmosphere and the dialogues filled with innuendos are the trademarks of Carry On series.

1963

Carry on Cabby

as Ted Watson

The Sting 1963

Neglected wife of taxi company plans to get revenge on her husband by starting her own company.

1971-1973

Parsley Sidings

as Mr Bradshaw

The Sting 1971

Small train station Parsley Sidings is managed by pompous Horace Hepplewhite, who is helped by his not very bright son and few employees he really can’t rely on.

1980-1988

Hi-De-Hi!

as Uncle Sammy Morris

The Sting 1980

Archeology professor becomes an entertainment manager in Maplins holiday camp and soon becomes an icon for expression "fish out of the water".

1984-1992

’Allo ’Allo!

as Monsieur Alphons

The Sting 1984

During World War 2 French cafe owner Rene Artois reluctantly gets involved into Resistance affairs, which brings him nothing but the trouble. Not to mention his wife could any day find out about his affairs with the waitresses...




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