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Arthur Lowe’s height is 6ft 1in ( 1.85m )

Kyle Lowder is an American actor. He is known for his role as Brady Black on Days of our Lives and for his role as Rick Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful.

Arthur Lowe

Born: August 27, 1980 , St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Spouse: Arianne Zucker (m. 2002)
Movies and TV shows: Days of Our Lives, Wedding Day
Education: Pleasantville High School, Syracuse University
Nominations: Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series
Arthur Lowe Quote: Acting must be scaled down for the screen. A drawing room is a lot smaller than a theatre auditorium. View More Arthur Lowe Quotes
Filmography: Wagner (1983), A.J. Wentworth, BA (1982), Britannia Hospital (1982), Bless Me Father (1978-1981), Comedy Tonight (1980), Potter (1979-1980), Sweet William (1980), The Plank (1979), The Lady Vanishes (1979), The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe (1979), Daphne Laureola (1978), The Morecambe & Wise Show (1977), Dad’s Army (1968-1977), The Strange Case of the End of Civilization as We Know It (1977), Cottage to Let (1977), Philby, Burgess and Maclean (1977), The Galton & Simpson Playhouse (1977), Bill Brand (1976), The Bawdy Adventures of Tom Jones (1976), Shades of Greene (1976), The Royal Variety Performance (1975), BBC Play of the Month (1975), Churchill’s People (1975), David Copperfield (1974-1975), Man About the House (1974), Microbes and Men (1974), Blue Peter (1973-1974), Mr. Men (1974), ITV Sunday Night Theatre (1969-1973), No Sex Please: We’re British (1973), Armchair 30 (1973), O Lucky Man! (1973), Theater of Blood (1973), Adolf Hitler: My Part in His Downfall (1973), A Christmas Night with the Stars (1968-1972), The Ruling Class (1972), It’s Murder But Is It Art (1972), The Last of the Baskets (1971-1972), Doctor at Large (1971), Dad’s Army (1971), A Hole Lot of Trouble (1971), William Webb Ellis, Are You Mad? (1971), The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer (1970), She Follows Me About (1970), Jackanory (1970), A Cuckoo in the Nest (1970), Rookery Nook (1970), Fragment of Fear (1970), The Great Inimitable Mr. Dickens (1970), Some Will, Some Won’t (1970), Spring and Port Wine (1970), It’s Tommy Cooper (1970), The Coward Revue (1969), Plays of Today (1969), World in Ferment (1969), The Bed Sitting Room (1969), Rogues’ Gallery (1969), ITV Playhouse (1969), It All Goes to Show (1969), If…. (1968), The Wednesday Play (1968), Armchair Theatre (1960-1968), Red, White and Zero (1967), The Golden Age (1967), The Avengers (1967), Turn Out the Lights (1967), Pardon the Expression (1965-1966), You Must Be Joking! (1965), Coronation Street (1960-1965), ITV Play of the Week (1958-1964), ITV Television Playhouse (1958-1963), This Sporting Life (1963), Maigret (1962), BBC Sunday-Night Play (1962), Go to Blazes (1962), Z Cars (1962), Three Live Wires (1961), No Hiding Place (1960-1961), The Pursuers (1961), Sheep’s Clothing (1960), Follow That Horse! (1960), The Day They Robbed the Bank of England (1960), The Long Way Home (1960), Inside Story (1960), The Boy and the Bridge (1959), All Aboard (1959), Glencannon (1959), Leave It to Todhunter (1958), Black Tide (1958), Blind Spot (1958), BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1953-1957), Stranger in Town (1957), Hour of Decision (1957), The Errol Flynn Theatre (1957), High Terrace (1956), The Green Man (1956), Adventure Theater (1956), Who Done It? (1956), Breakaway (1955), Windfall (1955), Murder Anonymous (1955), Passage of Arms (1955), One Way Out (1955), The Woman for Joe (1955), Two Grooms for a Bride (1955), The Vale of Shadows (1955), The Children of the New Forest (1955), Gilbert Harding Speaking of Murder (1954), The Three Musketeers (1954), The Last Appointment (1954), The Mirror and Markheim (1954), An American Gentleman (1953), To Live in Peace (1951), Cage of Gold (1950), The Spider and the Fly (1949), Poet’s Pub (1949), Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949), Stop Press Girl (1949), Floodtide (1949), Dulcimer Street (1948), Bless Me Father (1979), Looks Familiar (1982), Pebble Mill (1982), Prismo Club (1978), Our Show (1977), Going for a Song (1977), Nobody Does It Like Marti (1976), This Is Your Life (1971-1976), Fifty Bighearted Years: The Variety Club of Great Britain’s Tribute to Arthur Askey (1974), The Harry Secombe Show (1972), The Morecambe & Wise Show (1971), Holiday Startime Special (1970), The Golden Shot (1970), The Stars of the Street: 50 Years, 50 Classic Characters (2010), Comedy Connections (2004-2008), Jonathan Ross Salutes ‘Dad’s Army’ (2008), The Comedy Map of Britain (2008), 50 Greatest Comedy Catchphrases (2008), The Passing Years (2007), British Film Forever (2007), The Story of Jackanory (2007), Timeshift (2007), Hitler: The Comedy Years (2007), Coronation Street (2006), The Best of the Royal Variety (2006), ‘We Are the Boys…’: Arthur Lowe (2006), Room 101 (2005), Greatest TV Comedy Moments (2005), ‘We Are the Boys…’: James Beck (2005), After They Were Famous (2002), Reputations (2002), ‘Dad’s Army’: Missing Presumed Wiped (2001), The Best of Morecambe & Wise (2001), The Unforgettable John Le Mesurier (2001), The Greatest (2001), The Unforgettable Arthur Lowe (2000), Don’t Panic! The Dad’s Army Story (2000), Arthur Lowe: A Life on the Box (1999), Women of Coronation Street (1998), Selection Box (1997), Omnibus (1995), To See Such Fun (1977)
Astrological Sign: Virgo
Best Known For Movie: The Ruling Class
Occupation: Actor
Height: 6ft 1in ( 1.85m )

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