Iain Cuthbertson Net Worth

Iain Cuthbertson was born on January 04, 1930 in  Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, is Actor, Soundtrack. Iain Cuthbertson was born on January 4, 1930 in Glasgow, Scotland. He was an actor, known for Danger UXB (1979), Doctor Who (1963) and We, the Accused (1980). He was married to Janet Mary Smith and Anne Kristen. He died on September 4, 2009 in Glasgow.
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Who is it? Actor, Soundtrack
Birth Day January 04, 1930
Birth Place  Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Died On 4 September 2009(2009-09-04) (aged 79)\nGlasgow, Scotland
Birth Sign Aquarius
Occupation Actor
Years active 1955-2003
Spouse(s) Anne Kristen (1964-1988) Janet Mary Smith

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Cuthbertson started acting at the Glasgow Citizens' Theatre in 1958 and became General Manager and Director of Productions in 1962. In that year the theatre hosted an exhibition of work by the Artist Stewart Bowmn Johnson Three years later he became Associate Director of London's Royal Court Theatre.


Cuthbertson's first marriage, to Anne Kristen in 1964, was dissolved in 1988. He is survived by his second wife, Janet Smith.


Minor parts in ongoing series include appearances in Z-Cars (BBC), The Avengers (ABC/ITV), Inspector Morse (Central Television/ITV), Bulman (Granada Television/ITV), Ripping Yarns (BBC), The Duchess of Duke Street, Colonel Mannering in Adam Adam Ant Lives! story D For Destruction (1966) and Garron in the Doctor Who story The Ribos Operation. He also appeared in: Diamond Crack Diamond, The Onedin Line (BBC), Survivors (BBC), Scotch on the Rocks, Black Beauty (London Weekend/ITV), Minder (ITV), The Ghosts of Motley Hall (Granada/ITV), Juliet Bravo (BBC), Casualty (BBC), The Mourning Brooch, Casting the Runes and McPhee the Mother and Me.


Other roles include the lead in The Borderers (BBC, 1968–70), Tom Brown's Schooldays (BBC, 1971) (as Thomas Arnold), The Stone Tape (BBC, 1972), Children of the Stones (HTV/ITV, 1977), The Voyage of Charles Darwin, Danger UXB (Thames Television/ITV, 1979), The House With Green Shutters (BBC, 1980). He appeared in the pilot episode of Rab C Nesbitt (1988) as a magistrate.


On film, he appeared as Charles Waterbury in The Railway Children (1970).


His most memorable television role was as the eponymous Procurator Fiscal in the long running Sutherland's Law. A rather different but more minor achievement was his portrayal of the Criminal and businessman Charlie Endell in both Budgie (London Weekend Television/ITV) with Adam Faith (1971–72) and its sequel Charles Endell Esquire (Scottish Television/ITV) in 1979.


The series had originated as a stand-alone edition of the portmanteau programme Drama Playhouse in 1972 in which Derek Francis played Sutherland and was then commissioned as an ongoing series. The Producer was Frank Cox.


Sutherland's Law is a television series made by BBC Scotland between 1973 and 1976.


From 1975 to 1978, he served as Rector of the University of Aberdeen. He listed his hobbies as sailing and fishing, and, after retiring, he lived in Dalrymple, Ayrshire.


He suffered a severe stroke in 1982, which caused paralysis down one side of his body and speech loss. It took him almost two years to recover sufficiently to be able to act again. Although he avoided live theatre work thereafter, due to a fear of forgetting and/or stumbling on lines, he was still able to take parts in films and TV.