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The Professionals' Lewis Collins dies; British actor was 67 After a five-year battle with cancer, British actor Lewis Collins has passed away at the age of 67, reports the AP. He died peacefully at his Los Angeles-area home on Wednesday (Nov. 27).
British actor Lewis Collins, famous for his role as macho special cop William Bodie in the UK television series The Professionals, has died aged 67. His death was announced Thursday by his agent who http://www.
Denyer cites family reasons for leaving Million Dollar Minute seven months after quitting Sunrise for the same reason. Collins, one of the stars of the British TV series The Professionals, has died after a long battle with cancer...TV Picks: It's the
The 81-year-old, who received an OBE in 2010, is currently seeking actors to star as no-nonsense action men Bodie and Doyle, which are originally played by a Martin Shaw and Lewis Collins, the Mirror reported. The film which is due to start shooting
Butler is being lined up to play a secret agent in a big-screen version of The Professionals. The Scots actor is favourite to land a role as Bodie or Doyle, originally portrayed by Martin Shaw and Lewis Collins in the 1970s TV show. Liam Neeson and
Martin Shaw takes aim at Facebook, Twitter and people who drop litter Martin Shaw as Inspector George Gently. Photograph: Company Pictures/BBC Actor Martin Shaw , it would appear, is not a fan of social media. Shaw, once best known for The
The Professionals Downing a shot of whisky in order to emphasise a point is something you don't seen enough of any more. But the saddest loss of all is in the field of shoulder acting Martin Shaw and Lewis Collins in The Professionals. Photograph:
Lee Marvin, tough character actor turned unlikely (and equally tough) movie star, would have turned eighty-six a couple of weeks back, but of course that event will go largely unnoticed. We lost him over twenty years ago to a heart attack, abetted by
Thirty years ago, with only three channels to choose from, Dr Who and Secret Army on BBC One and The Professionals on ITV routinely delivered audiences bigger than even the most successful programmes do today. Yet between 1978 and 1979, the producers