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actor

Gordon Jackson is ...

Dead
Born 19 Dec 1923 in Glasgow
Died 15 Jan 1990 in London
Age66 years
Causebone cancer
Correction?

About Gordon Jackson

Gordon Cameron Jackson, OBE (19 December 1923 – 15 January 1990) was a Scottish Emmy Award-winning actor best remembered for his roles as the butler Angus Hudson in Upstairs, Downstairs and as George Cowley, the head of CI5, in The Professionals. He also portrayed Flt. Lt. Andrew MacDonald, "Intelligence", in The Great Escape.

He is also known as Gordon Cameron Jackson.

Death

In December 1989, he was diagnosed with bone cancer; the diagnosis was too late and nothing could be done. He died on 15 January 1990, aged 66, in London. He was cremated at Golders Green Crematorium.

Films

Gordon Jackson has worked on the following films:

The Ipcress File
1965 film by Sidney J. Furie
1965
Eureka Stockade
1949 film by Harry Watt
1949
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
1969 film by Ronald Neame
1969
Mutiny on the Bounty
1962 film by Carol Reed, Lewis Milestone
1962
Hell Drivers
1957 film by Cy Endfield
1957
Scrooge
1970 film by Ronald Neame
1970
Tunes of Glory
1960 film by Ronald Neame
1960
Golden Rendezvous
film
1977
The Long Ships
1963 film by Jack Cardiff
1963
Bitter Springs
1950 film by Ralph Smart
1950
Yesterday's Enemy
1959 film by Val Guest
1959
The Medusa Touch
1978 film by Jack Gold
1978
Triple Cross
1967 film by Terence Young
1967
The Night of the Generals
1967 film by Anatole Litvak
1967
Cast a Giant Shadow
1966 film by Melville Shavelson
1966
The Shooting Party
1985 British drama film directed by Alan Bridges
1985
The Whistle Blower
1986 film by Simon Langton
1986
Greyfriars Bobby
1961 film by Don Chaffey
1961
Millions Like Us
1943 film by Frank Launder, Sidney Gilliat
1943
The Captive Heart
1946 film by Basil Dearden
1946
The Foreman Went to France
1942 film by Charles Frend
1942
San Demetrio London
1943 film by Robert Hamer, Charles Frend
1943
The Fighting Prince of Donegal
1966 film by Michael O'Herlihy
1966
Nine Men
1943 film by Harry Watt
1943
The Love Lottery
1953 film directed by Charles Crichton
1954
Against the Wind
1948 film by Charles Crichton
1948
Kidnapped
1971 British adventure film
1971
Sailor Beware!
1956 film by Gordon Parry
1956
Blind Spot
1958 film by Peter Maxwell
1958
Pink String and Sealing Wax
1945 film by Robert Hamer
1945
Blind Date
1959 film by Joseph Losey
1959
Passage Home
1955 film by Roy Ward Baker
1955
Danger Route
1967 film by Seth Holt
1967
Floodtide
1949 film by Frederick Wilson
1949
Hamlet
1969 film by Tony Richardson
1969
Stop Press Girl
1949 film by Michael Barry
1949
The Price of Silence
1959 film by Montgomery Tully
1959
Two Wives at One Wedding
1961 film by Montgomery Tully
1961
Three Crooked Men
1958 film by Ernest Morris
1958
Snowball
1960 film by Pat Jackson
1960