Barry Morse (born October 6, 1918 in Shoreditch, London) was a TV actor, film actor, and stage actor who was best known for his roles in the American TV series, “The Fugitive” and the British sci-fi drama, “Space: 1999.” Barry died on February 2, 2008 and his death was because of an unspecified illness. He died at age 89.
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TV ActorFilm Actor Stage Actor British Born on October 6th Born in 1918 Died in 2008Died at age 89Died from Unspecified illness
"The whole of my career, such as it has been, has been an attempt to explore and enlarge whatever natural gifts I may have, and by the day-to-day practice of those natural gifts, to try to expand and polish them. I like investigating and, if possible, creating, or least examining, all sorts of human characteristics. To that extent, my favorite role is always the next one." (IMDB)
"Barry Morse's life was full of danger. From the age of 5 he was a daredevil, always trying to escape from home. When he was 18, Morse met a girl named Tracey and they started a relationship. WhenTracey was diagnosed with a tumor in her brain, Morse believed she was going to die. However, she did not die and she was able to treatment. The experience made Morse realize that anything is possible and that anything could happen to him. He decided to change his life and named himself after the song "Life is a Game" by Steve Winwood. (V)"
"Barry Morse was the driver of the white car that was struck by a black car on the morning of July 4, 1968. (V)"
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