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Anthony Valentine’s height is 5ft 11.75in (1.82 m)

Anthony Valentine was an English actor known for his television roles: the ruthless Toby Meres in Callan, the sinister Major Mohn in Colditz, and the title character in Raffles.

Anthony Valentine

Best Known For Movie: Raffles
Height: 5ft 11.75in (1.82 m)
Born: August 17, 1939, Blackburn, United Kingdom
Filmography: Chuggington: Badge Quest (2011), Chuggington (2010), Coronation Street (2009-2010), Casualty (2009), The Commander: Abduction (2008), The Last Detective (2007), Nuremberg: Nazis on Trial (2006), Heartbeat (2006), The Commander: Blacklight (2006), Agatha Christie: Poirot (2005), New Tricks (2005), The Commander: Blackdog (2005), The Commander: Virus (2005), Judge John Deed (2002), Two Men Went to War (2002), Waking the Dead (2001), The Bill (1998), Cuisine américaine (1998), Diana: A Tribute to the People’s Princess (1998), The House of Angelo (1997), The Detectives (1994-1997), The Way to Dusty Death (1996), The Knock (1994-1996), Asian Connection: Midnight Orchid (1995), Biography (1995), Jefferson in Paris (1995), Age of Treason (1993), Body & Soul (1993), Riders (1993), Covington Cross (1992), The Fifth Corner (1992), Van der Valk (1992), Moon and Son (1992), The House of Eliott (1991), Stay Lucky (1991), The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes (1991), Lovejoy (1986-1991), Boon (1989), After the War (1989), Hannay (1989), The Fear (1988), The Dirty Dozen: The Fatal Mission (1988), A Father’s Revenge (1988), Pulaski: The TV Detective (1987), Lime Street (1985), Robin Hood (1984-1985), Killer Exposed (1984), Minder (1979-1983), BBC Play of the Month (1982-1983), Bergerac (1983), The Plague Dogs (1982), Tales of the Unexpected (1980-1982), Airline (1982), Murder Is Easy (1982), Masada (1981), The Monster Club (1981), Hammer House of Horror (1980), Escape to Athena (1979), Raffles (1975-1977), Alien Attack (1976), The Dancing Years (1976), To the Devil a Daughter (1976), Armchair Cinema (1975), Space: 1999 (1975), Raffles (1975), Thriller (1975), Justice (1971-1974), Whodunnit? (1974), Colditz (1974), Spy Trap (1973), The Donati Conspiracy (1973), The Pathfinders (1972), Z Cars (1972), Callan (1967-1972), Horror on Snape Island (1972), Sunset Song (1972), Budgie (1971), Put Out More Flags (1970), Performance (1970), Codename (1970), Department S (1970), Take Three Girls (1969), The Expert (1969), Dr. Finlay’s Casebook (1969), Scobie in September (1969), Softly Softly (1969), The Avengers (1967-1968), Thirty-Minute Theatre (1967), This Man Craig (1967), Intrigue (1966), Armchair Theatre (1966), Love Story (1966), Riviera Police (1965), These Are the Damned (1963), A for Andromeda (1961), BBC Sunday-Night Play (1961), An Age of Kings (1960), The True Mistery of the Passion (1960), The Flesh and the Fiends (1960), The Cornet Player (1959), The Scarf (1959), ITV Play of the Week (1958), BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1958), Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School (1955-1957), The Wharf Road Mob (1957), Aggie (1957), Rex Milligan (1956), Fun at St. Fanny’s (1955), The Children of the New Forest (1955), The Brain Machine (1955), My Uncle Rollo (1954), The Secret Way (1954), Johnnie’s Night Out (1954), Adventure in the Hopfields (1954), The Girl on the Pier (1953), Vice Versa (1953), Stranger in the House (1953), Captain Brassbound’s Conversion (1953), Rheingold Theatre (1953), Emil and the Detectives (1952), Aladdin (1951), Mencius Was a Bad Boy (1951), No Way Back (1949), Waking the Dead (2001), When TV Goes to War (2011), I Met Adolf Eichmann (2003), To the Devil… The Death of Hammer (2002), Noel’s Telly Years (1997), This Is Your Life (1986-1995), Call My Bluff (1974-1981), Night of One Hundred Stars (1980), Stars on Sunday (1974), Monkey Business (1993).
Other Names: Tony Valentine
Astrological Sign: Leo
Occupation: Actor
Died: December 2, 2015, Guildford, United Kingdom
Spouse: Susan Skipper (m. 1982)
Education: Acton High School

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