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Simon Williams

Simon Williams

United Kingdom

Age: 77

Born: 16 Jun, 1946

Known for

In Upstairs, Downstairs (1971) as Major James Rupert Bellamy, MCas Major James Rupert Bellamy, MC

in Upstairs, Downstairs (1971)
In Law and Disorder as Gerald Triggsas Gerald Triggs

in Law and Disorder
In Kinvig as Buddoas Buddo

in Kinvig

TV Series Starring Simon Williams

Law and DisorderLaw and Disorder
ITV, 1994 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy

This legal comedy showcases Keith's winning performance as a high-flying, no-nonsense barrister who rarely loses a case and certainly doesn't suffer fools gladly! Philippa Troy's cases always involve an element of the absurd (if not the downright bizarre), and her clients include an irate football fan sporting a wonky tattoo, and a shipwrecked yachtsman accused of eating his companion! Her professional colleagues are, if anything, even worse: Philippa's principal court adversary is a Bible-thumping bigot, while her instructing solicitor is a keen hypochondriac who insists on regaling her with all the graphic details of his latest ailments. When it all gets too much for her, though, she can at least withdraw into the fantasy world of Prickly Peter...

ITV, 1981 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Sci-Fi

Des Kinvig (Tony Haygarth) runs an electrical repair shop in the small town of Bingleton. One day his store is visited by Miss Griffin (Prunella Gee), who is from the planet Mercury and in need of Des' help. Kinvig's friend Jim Piper (Colin Jeavons) is a lifelong UFO watcher and is consumed by jealousy when he discovers that Kinvig has actually become involved with aliens. The audience are left to decide if the dream sequences are genuinely alien contact or simply a figment of Kinvig's imagination. The show was produced by LWT, and only ran for one series of seven episodes. It was written by Nigel Kneale (more famous for Quatermass); directed and produced by Les Chatfield; with original music by Nigel Hess.

Upstairs, Downstairs (1971)Upstairs, Downstairs (1971)
ITV, 1971 Cancelled/Ended | Drama

The show follows the rich Bellamy family and their servants at their luxurious house in London. The show takes place between 1903-1930 and gives us an insight of the good old days.