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Richard Wilson’s height is 5ft 11in (1.8 m)

Richard Wilson OBE is a Scottish actor, theatre director and broadcaster. He played Victor Meldrew in the BBC sitcom One Foot in the Grave, and Gaius, the court physician of Camelot, in the BBC drama Merlin.

Richard Wilson

Best Known For Movie: A Passage to India
Height: 5ft 11in (1.8 m)
Born: July 9, 1936 , Greenock, United Kingdom
Filmography: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2016), Making Ends Meat (2013), Trollied (2015), Danny and the Human Zoo (2015), Artsnight (2015), Playhouse Presents (2014), Merlin (2008-2012), Gnomeo & Juliet (2011), The One Ronnie (2010), New Tricks (2009), Demons (2009), Kingdom (2007-2008), Reichenbach Falls (2007), A Harlot’s Progress (2006), Love and Other Disasters (2006), The True Voice of Prostitution (2006), Born and Bred (2004-2005), Doctor Who (2005), King of Fridges (2004), Monkey Trousers (2004), Jeffrey Archer: The Truth (2002), Dick Whittington (2002), Life as We Know It (2001), High Stakes (2001), Comic Relief: Say Pants to Poverty (2001), One Foot in the Grave (1990-2001), Work in Progress (2000), Brave New World (1999), Other Animals (1999), The Nearly Complete and Utter History of Everything (1999), Women Talking Dirty (1999), Life Support (1999), Ted & Ralph (1998), Duck Patrol (1998), In the Red (1998), The Man Who Knew Too Little (1997), Lord of Misrule (1996), Gulliver’s Travels (1996), Butter (1994), Entertainment Cops (1994), The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends (1992-1994), Under the Hammer (1994), Screenplay (1993), Soft Top Hard Shoulder (1993), Unnatural Pursuits (1992), The Life and Times of Henry Pratt (1992), Carry on Columbus (1992), Inspector Morse (1992), The Other Side of Paradise (1992), Mr. Bean (1992), Selling Hitler (1991), Cluedo (1991), Screen Two (1985-1991), A Dry White Season (1989), How to Get Ahead in Advertising (1989), A Quiet Conspiracy (1989), The Four Minute Mile (1988), Thompson (1988), Room at the Bottom (1986-1988), Whoops Apocalypse (1988), Hot Metal (1988), Arena (1988), The Play on One (1988), Prick Up Your Ears (1987), Tutti Frutti (1987), High and Dry (1985-1987), Murder by the Book (1986), The Alamut Ambush (1986), Foreign Body (1986), Howards’ Way (1986), Emmerdale (1986), The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1985), Walking the Planks (1985), The Last Place on Earth (1985), A Passage to India (1984), Chessgame (1983), Those Glory Glory Days (1983), The Nation’s Health (1983), Andy Robson (1982-1983), Only When I Laugh (1979-1982), In Loving Memory (1979-1982), Mark Gertler: Fragments of a Biography (1981), BBC2 Playhouse (1980-1981), Strangers (1980), Play for Today (1975-1980), A Sharp Intake of Breath (1977-1980), Chalk and Cheese (1979), Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em (1978), The Sweeney (1978), Crown Court (1973-1978), Pickersgill People (1978), The CBS Festival of Lively Arts for Young People (1978), The Sunday Drama (1977), Yanks Go Home (1977), Big Boy Now! (1977), Victorian Scandals (1976), Cilla’s World of Comedy (1976), Not on Your Nellie (1975), Soldier and Me (1974), The Tommy Cooper Hour (1974), Thirty Minutes Worth (1972), My Good Woman (1972), The Trouble with 2B (1972), Junket 89 (1970), ITV Playhouse (1969-1970), The Flight of the Heron (1968), The Revenue Men (1967-1968), Secret Agent (1967), Romeo and Juliet (1965), Dr. Finlay’s Casebook (1965), Primo (2007), Primo (2005), Great Performances (2005), The Play on One (1990), Play for Today (1982-1984), Dick Whittington (2002), One Foot in the Grave (1990-1996), Richard Wilson on the Road (2015), Britain’s Best Loved Sitcoms (2015), Yes, Prime Minister: Re-elected (2013), Sunday Brunch (2012), Celebrity Antiques Road Trip (2012), Confessions from the Underground (2012), National Television Awards (2012), Richard Wilson on Hold (2012), The One Show (2007-2011), Fern (2011), Dispatches (2011), Gerard Kelly: A Celebration (2010), The Many Faces of… (2010), Children in Need (2009-2010), Daybreak (2010), Breakfast (2002-2010), Election 2010 (2010), Merlin: Secrets & Magic (2009), Mark Lawson Talks to… (2009), Richard Wilson: Two Feet in the Grave (2009), Britain’s Best Drives (2009), Would I Lie to You? (2008), The British Soap Awards 2008 (2008), Casting a Classic (2008), Thank God You’re Here (2008), 50 Greatest Comedy Catchphrases (2008), The World’s Greatest Comedy Characters (2007), This Week (2007), Comic Relief 2007: The Big One (2007), The Andrew Marr Show (2006-2007), Comedy Connections (2007), The Kumars at No. 42 (2006), Richard & Judy (2005-2006), Davina (2006), This Morning (2006), The F Word (2005), The New Paul O’Grady Show (2005), Greatest TV Comedy Moments (2005), Graham Norton’s Bigger Picture (2005), Star Portraits with Rolf Harris (2005), GMTV (2005), Doctor Who Confidential (2005), Today with Des and Mel (2004-2005), The Best of ‘So Graham Norton’ (2004), Hell’s Kitchen (2004), Friday Night with Jonathan Ross (2004), Britain’s Best Sitcom (2004), The Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2003 (2003), Countdown (2003), V Graham Norton (2002), Pride of Britain Awards 2002 (2002), The British Comedy Awards 2001 (2001), Vote 2001 (2001), Clive Anderson Now (2001), Killing Victor… One Foot in the Grave… An Insider’s View (2000), The Frank Skinner Show (2000), I Don’t Believe It! The ‘One Foot in the Grave’ Story (2000), Parkinson (2000), Have I Got News for You (1996-2000), So Graham Norton (2000), The Comedy Trail: A Shaggy Dog Story (1999), Comic Relief: The Record Breaker (1999), Ruby (1998), Fantasy World Cup (1998), Father Ted (1998), If I Ruled the World (1998), The Mrs. Merton Show (1998), Funny Women (1997), Light Lunch (1997), The British Academy Awards (1997), Let’s Dance (1996), Shooting Stars (1996), Masterchef (1996), The British Academy Craft Awards (1996), A Royal Gala (1996), Holiday (1996), Way Out West (1996), The End of the Year Show (1995), Unbroadcastable ‘Have I Got News for You’ (1995), Room 101 (1995), Clive Anderson Talks Back (1994), The Late Show (1994), Saturday Zoo (1993), Comic Relief: The Invasion of the Comic Tomatoes (1993), Aspel & Company (1992), Secombe with Music (1981), It Was Alright in the… (2015), Country Tracks (2011), The Greatest Christmas Comedy Moments (2008), Countdown: One Last Consonant Please, Carol (2008), Would I Lie to You? (2008), The Comedy Map of Britain (2008), The Comedy Christmas (2007), Room 101 (2005), Bruce Forsyth’s Comedy Heroes (2005), The Very Best of ‘Have I Got News for You’ (2002), The Real Vicars of Dibley (2002), The Greatest (2001), Goodbye 2000 (2000), The Story of Bean (1997), Mr. Bean (1995).
Other Names: Iain Wilson
Astrological Sign: Cancer
Occupation: Scottish Actor
Education: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
Books: “I Don’t Believe It!”: Richard Wilson’s Book of Absurdities
Awards: British Academy Television Award for Best Entertainment Performance,
Nominations: British Academy Television Award for Best Comedy Performance,
Richard Wilson Quote: My sense of responsibility to the audience is to screen things that they would never see in a local theater. View More Richard Wilson Quotes

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