Patrick Tull

Patrick Tull (28 July 1941 – 23 September 2006) was a British stage, film and television actor. Tull was born in Bexhill, Sussex, England. His parents were Richard and Phillida Tull. His father was an Army officer and his mother an actor. Although never a regular cast member, Tull performed in a number of episodes of well-known BBC television series in the 1960s, including Z-Cars, and its spin-off Softly, Softly, the soap opera Crossroads and the comedy Dad's Army. He also was heard but not seen in an episode of Doctor Who. Tull acted in three films including Parting Glances (1986), directed by Bill Sherwood. On Broadway, he was a founding member of Tony Randall's National Actors Theatre, and appeared in Getting Married by George Bernard Shaw. Tull's off-Broadway credits include What the Butler Saw and The Art of Success at the Manhattan Theatre Club, and the critically acclaimed Some Voices at the Greenwich Street Theatre. He was a part of many productions in regional theatres throughout the U.S.. Tull received high praise for his work in the one-man play "The Hero of the Slocum", based on Eric Blau's account of the fire aboard the PS General Slocum, the greatest U.S.

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