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Brian Hall

Mostly Credited As: Brian Hall
Date Of Birth: November 20, 1937 (Age 59)
Country Of Birth: United Kingdom
Birth Place: Brighton, England
Date Of Death: September 17, 1997
Cause Of Death: Cancer (Worthing, Sussex, England)

Brian Hall

TV Appearances

Main cast 
Up the Elephant and Round the Castle (1983)As: Brian
Fawlty Towers (1975)As: Terry (Series 2)
Episode Cast Credits 

Queer as Folk (US) (2000) 
  Daddy Dearest (Sonny Boy) 01x09: (Feb/11/2001) As ER Nurse 

Crocodile Shoes (1994) 
  The End 01x07: (Dec/21/1994) As Barman 

Birds of a Feather (1989) 
  Non-Starter 05x03: (Sep/19/1993) As Warden Flowers 

Rumpole of the Bailey (1978) 
  Rumpole and the Reform of Joby Jonson 07x04: (Nov/19/1992) As Fred Bry 
  Rumpole and the Learned Friends 01x05: (May/01/1978) As Prison Officer 

The Bill (1984) 
  The Visit 05x30: (Apr/13/1989) As Left Luggage Attendant 

Bergerac (1981) 
  Unlucky Dip 01x03: (Nov/01/1981) As Sam 

Break in the Sun (1981) 
  Episode 6 01x06: (Mar/18/1981) As Eddie Green 
  Episode 5 01x05: (Mar/11/1981) As Eddie Green 
  Episode 4 01x04: (Mar/04/1981) As Eddie Green 
  Episode 3 01x03: (Feb/25/1981) As Eddie Green 

Mystery! (1980) 
  Rumpole of the Bailey I: (3) Rumpole and the Learned Friends 01x04: (Feb/26/1980) As Prison Officer 

Minder (1979) 
  You Gotta Have Friends 01x11: (Jan/21/1980) As Alan 

The Professionals (1977) 
  Not A Very Civil Civil Servant 02x07: (Nov/18/1978) As Sam Burton 
Crew Credits

Show Crew

Hannah Montana (2006)• Associate Producer

Episode Crew

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Cleese advised Brian Hall to play second series chef Terry as if he was being sought by the police for an unspecified crime.

He struck up a close friendship with the actor John Cleese when they appeared in the BBC comedy series Fawlty Towers. Some years after the series had finished Cleese sent Hall a personally signed autographed picture as a joke. Hall wrote back and demanded a signed Rolls-Royce car instead. Three day later, one arrived in the post - it was a children's toy.

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