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Television includes: Doug Murray in Casualty, Jock Calderwood in Dealing With Disasters: Zeebrugge, Bunny in Extras, Dunbar in Dalziel and Pascoe, Jimmy in EastEnders, Willie Melvin in City Lights, Johnny Ross in Leaving, Waiter in The Victoria Wood Show, Charlie Hood in A Wholly Healthy Glasgow, Blair in Holy City, Colin Gilbert in Rab C Nesbitt. MacAllon in Brat Farrar, Tom Abberton in Nanny. Donal in Donal and Sally, Spanky in The Slab Boys, John Grant in God's Wonderful Railway 1860. Honsley in Days at the Beach, John in Shoestring. Jackie in Jackie McCafferty's Romance, Tommy in The Standard. David Balfour in Kidnapped. Danny in Loyalties. Jamie in Gie's a Break. Student in The Young Ones, PC Gallagher in Juliet Bravo. Student in A Ring of Keys (Play for Today], Gary in The Nuclear Family (Play for Tomorrow! and Cosimo Latona in Murder Not Proven (all BBC); Angus in Snuff Box (Channel X Ltd); Graham Tully in Taggart (SMG TV Productions); Tarn in Isobel and Duggan in Hamish Macbeth (both BBC Scotland); Finnegan in Brookside (Mersey Television); O'Reilly in Mr Jolly Lives Next Door and the Director in More Bad News (both Comic Strip Productions); Michael in Taggart, Himself in The Funny Farm and Andrew Cameron in The Camerons (all STV); Arty Jackson in Coin' Out (Southern TV); Andrew in Thirteenth Reunion (Cinema Arts); and Jamie in Lives of Our Own (Granada).
Theatre includes: Jack Milroy in Rikki and Me, which he also directed (the Comedy Unit tour); Chester the Jester in Sleeping Beauty, Wishee Washee in Aladdin, Buttons in Cinderella, Gussie Goose in Mother Goose, principal in Babes in the Wood and Scullery in Road (all Glasgow King's); Felix Unger in The Odd Couple (Byre Theatre/tour of Scotland); Tommy McMillan in The King of Scotland and Tarn Anderson in In Time of Strife (Glasgow Citizens); Billy Crusoe in Robinson Crusoe (His Majesty's, Aberdeen); Felix in The Odd Couple (Edinburgh); Dogberry in Much Ado About Nothing (West End); Wishee Washee in Aladdin (King's Theatre, Edinburgh); Charley Hood in A Wholly Healthy Glasgow (Royal Exchange, Manchester); Polly in Man Equals Man (Almeida Theatre); Spanky in The Stab Boys (Glasgow Citizens/Royal Court); and Tarn Anderson in In Time of Strife (Half Moon Theatre).
Film includes: Priest in Ae Fond Kiss (Sixteen Films) and Thug in The Barn (Barn Productions).
Theatre direction includes: The Sash, Road, which he co-directed with David Hayman, When the Wind Blows, Revolting Peasants (all 7.84 tours); The Odd Couple, Mistero Buffo (both Borderline Theatre); and Neville's Island (Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse).
Friday, October 29th, 2010. Sad news. We've just learnt that Gerard passed away last night in West Middlesex University Hospital after after suffering a brain aneurysm at his home in London on Tuesday.
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