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Mark Eden (English Actor) Wiki

was a British actor known as Mark Eden.He was best known for portraying the evil Alan Bradley on Coronation Street from 1986 to 1989. Eden was born in London and had little formal education, almost two years in TB sanatorium as a child. [4] However, after being introduced to the library by a teacher, Shakespeare studied literary classics, including. He left school at the age of 14 and worked in fairgrounds.

 Mark Eden Age

Actor Mark Eden dies at 92

 Mark Eden Death Cause

the death of actor Mark Eden,” he told PA Media. He died peacefully in hospital earlier today, on January 1, 2021. Mark has been living with Alzheimer’s disease for a while and was hospitalized in November.

“Mark, 92, had a long career of over 50 years, including eight years on Coronation Street, playing the character Alan Bradley. He was survived by his wife Sue, daughter Polly, stepson Saul and grandson Emma. We want their privacy to be respected at this very difficult time. ”

Born as Douglas John Malin, Eden received his first movie credits for his role in Quatermass and the Pit in 1958. He later appeared in the 1965 film Doctor Zhivago, starring Julie Christie and Omar Sharif, and in Doctor Who and The Avengers. He has also appeared in London Aittir Bana and Crown Court TV shows.

Mark Eden Career (Biography)

As Mark Eden, he appeared in the Royal Court Theater and in the repertoire theater in England and Wales. His television and film roles include the Doctor Who series Marco Polo (1964), where he played Marco Polo, a reporter on Quatermass and the Pit in 1958, Number 100 in The Prisoner in 1967, and Inspector Parker in TV adaptations of several Lords. . The stories of Peter Wimsey from the 1970s. In 1981, who briefly played a character named Wally Randle  he returned for a long-running role on Coronation Street, where he played Alan Bradley.

Eden’s time on Coronation Street ended in December 1989 after Bradley was killed by the Blackpool tram. Eden held a plaque at the tram stop where the scene was filmed in 2009.

After leaving Coronation Street, Eden said he had received several casting offers for “psychopathic” roles. Before the show, Eden often played the roles of a high-class gentleman.  Eden has worked on stage and in radio plays. He also worked with the Beach Boys and wrote a musical about them. Among his televised appearances was Poirot playing Boucher in an episode.  Autobiography Who Will Take Care of You? It was published in 2010.

Eden has been married three times. His first wife was Joan Long, whom he met in 1950 and married the following year.  Their son David (1957-2017) also became an actor.  They divorced in 1959, and Joan later became the third wife of actor John Le Mesurier.

Diana Smith, Eden’s second wife, whom she met in 1971, later moved to the name Diana Eden. He was eighteen years younger and had a daughter named Polly. His first wife, Joan, was the mother of honor at her wedding with Diana in 1973.

In 1993, Eden married her Coronation Street co-star The Hon Sue Nicholls and the daughter of Lord Harmar-Nicholls. They remained married until his death.

Eden’s granddaughter Emma Griffiths Malin (b. 1980) is also an actress.

Eden contracted Alzheimer’s disease later in his life and was hospitalized in November 2020. He died at the age of 92 in the early hours of January 1, 2021.

Mark Eden Movies History (Filmography)

Title Role Notes
1959 Captured Unknown
1961 Out of the Shadow Police constable
1962 Operation Snatch Mosquito pilot
The L-Shaped Room Terry
The Password Is Courage 2nd Prisoner of War
1963 Heavens Above! Sir Geoffrey Despard
Blind Corner Mr. Clayton
Edgar Wallace Mysteries: “The Partner” Richard Webb Second feature; US TV: The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre 5:1
1964 Séance on a Wet Afternoon Charles Clayton
1965 Game for Three Losers Mike Williams
The Pleasure Girls Prinny [15]
Doctor Zhivago Engineer at dam [15]
Edgar Wallace Mysteries: “Game for Three Losers Oliver Marchant Second feature; US TV: The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre 6:1
1967 I’ll Never Forget What’s’isname Kellaway
1968 Attack on the Iron Coast Lieutenant Commander Donald Kimberly
Curse of the Crimson Altar Robert Manning
1969 Arthur? Arthur! Jack Parker
1972 Nobody Ordered Love Charles
1976 Fern, the Red Deer Mr. Pollard
1980 Richard’s Things Richard Morris
1985 Claudia Larry

Television Shows

Year Title Role Notes
1958 Quatermass and the Pit Second Journalist Series 1, Episode 1: “The Halfmen”
19601961 ITV Television Playhouse Jeep driverCorporal Hull

Giovanni Spada

Series 5, Episode 22: “The English Captain”Series 6, Episode 34: “Marking Time”

Series 7, Episode 8: “Children of the Sun

1961 Knight Errant Limited Lord Cambroke Season 3, Episode 24: “King Charles’ Head”
Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond Johnny Watson Series 3, Episode 26: “Signal Received”
Armchair Theatre UnknownErskine Craig Series 4: (2 episodes)
19611962 The Avengers Jacques BeronneNicholson Series 1, Episode 9: “Ashes of Roses”Series 2, Episode 5: “Mission to Montreal”
1962 Sir Francis Drake Agila Series 1, Episode 12: “The Slaves of Spain”
1963 Dimensions of Fear Dr Leosser Series 1: (2 episodes)
The Saint Bertrand Tamblin Series 2, Episode 22: “The Invisible Millionaire”
The Verdict Is Yours Unknown Series 3, Episode 26: “Henley v Bone”
Jezebel ex UK Mark Rawlinson Series 1, Episode 2: “Send a Telegram”
24-Hour Call Eddy Series 1, Episode 10: “Better Live Than Die”
Love Story Carl Wilson Series 1, Episode 6: “Make It a Habit”
BBC Sunday-Night Play Victor Series 4, Episode 42: “The Shadow of Mart”
19631969 Z-Cars Tiger EvansBill Mercer Series 2, Episode 36: “A Try by Weir”Series 6: (2 episodes)
1964 Espionage Wicket Series 1, Episode 12: “Never Turn Your Back on a Friend”
Doctor Who Marco Polo Series 1: (7 episodes)
Detective Bombardier Peter Bradfield Series 1, Episode 10: “Subject: Murder”
Catch Hand Johnny Rich Series 1: (6 episodes)
1965 Armchair Mystery Theatre Tom Braddock Series 3, Episode 6: “The Welcome”
1966 Emergency-Ward 10 Tim Courtney Series 1: (3 episodes)
Thirty-Minute Theatre Ted Winters Series 2, Episode 6: “Play to Win”
Out of the Unknown Stephen Kershaw Series 2, Episode 6: “The World in Silence”
1967 Till Death Us Do Part Surgeon Series 2, Episode 8: “In Sickness and in Health”
St Ives Alain Series 1: (3 episodes)
Trapped Dr Frazer Series 1, Episode 1: “Journey into Nowhere”
Man in a Suitcase Jackson Series 1, Episode 2: “The Sitting Pigeon”
The Prisoner Number One Hundred Series 1, Episode 10: “It’s Your Funeral”
1968 ITV Playhouse David Hope Series 1, Episode 30: “Murder: A Professional Job”
Crime Buster Ray Saxon Series 1: (13 episodes)
1970 Beyond Belief Unknown Unknown
The Troubleshooters Tommy Eastwind Series 6, Episode 4: “Who Did You Say Inherits the Earth?”
ITV Sunday Night Theatre Lewis Series 2, Episode 42: “Hands with the Magic Touch”
If It Moves, File It Trubshawe Series 1, Episode 3: “Man Eating Plant”
1971 Suspicion Detective Sergeant Barron Series 1, Episode 7: “Plain Jane”
1972 Spyder’s Web Dr Dolek Series 1, Episode 8: “Lies and Dolls”
Clouds of Witness Detective Inspector Parker Series 1: (5 episodes)


Crown Court Lawrence WebbDouglas Blandford

Andrew Corry

Series 1: (3 episodes)Series 2, Episode 117: “A Stab in the Front: Part 3”

Series 12, Episode 28: “Mother’s Boy: Part 1”

1973 The Pathfinders Wing Commander Purvis Series 1, Episode 11: “Operation Pickpocket”
Arthur of the Britons Morcant Series 1, Episode 9: “Enemies and Lovers”
The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club Detective Inspector Parker Series 1: (3 episodes)
The Adventures of Black Beauty Major Watkins Series 1, Episode 22: “Foul Play”
The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes Roderick Varley Series 2, Episode 7: “The Superfluous Finger”
Special Branch Journalist Series 3, Episode 12: “Hostage”
New Scotland Yard Peter Royal Series 3, Episode 7: “Exchange Is No Robbery”
Murder Must Advertise Chief Inspector Parker Series 1: (4 episodes)
1974 The Nine Tailors Chief Inspector Parker Series 1, Episode 4
A Little Bit of Wisdom Doctor Series 1, Episode 6: “And I Mean That Most Sincerely”
The Top Secret Life of Edgar Briggs Spencer Series 1: (7 episodes)
1975 General Hospital Dick Butler Unknown
Sam Tony Parker Series 3: (3 episodes)
1976 Warship Wing Commander Blazey Series 3, Episode 11: “Divert with Despatch”
Murder Detective Inspector John Wrath Series 1, Episode 2: “Nobody’s Conscience”
1977 Jesus of Nazareth Quartus TV Mini-series
London Belongs to Me Jack Rufus Season 1: (6 episodes)
Poldark St John Peter Series 2, Episode 11
1978 Wilde Alliance Mike Stewart Series 1, Episode 13: “Some Trust in Chariots”
The Law Centre Bradley Series 1, Episode 1: “The Galahad Bit”
ITV Sunday Night Drama Ken Series 3, Episode 7: “End of Season”
1980 Cribb Edmund Vibart Series 1, Episode 4: “The Detective Wore Silk Drawers”
The Sandbaggers Bernard Tindale TV Mini-series
The Square Leopard John Purvis Series 1, Episode 5
The Professionals Ross Series 4, Episode 11: “Hijack”


Coronation Street Wally RandleAlan Bradley Series 1: (231 episodes)
1983 Gun Fight at the Joe Kaye Corral Joe Kaye TV Movie
1984 Sorrel and Son Oscar Wilde Series 1, Episode 5
1985 The Practice Keith Goddard Series 1: (4 episodes)
The Detective Wilf Penfield Series 1: (5 episodes)
1986 The Collectors

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