Mike Pratt

Mostly Credited As: Mike Pratt
Birth Name: Michael John Pratt
Date Of Birth: June 07, 1931 (Age 45)
Country Of Birth: United Kingdom
Birth Place: London, England
Date Of Death: July 10, 1976
Cause Of Death: Lung Cancer
Height: 5' 11" (1.8 m)

Mike Pratt

Actor and Musician. He starred in many British television productions of the 1950s and 1960s under the abbreviated name of 'Mike' Pratt, and also collaborated with Lionel Bart and wrote songs for Tommy Steele during the 1950s. One of these was the Ivor Novello winning "Little White Bull" and he won a further Ivor Novello award for "Handful Of Songs". He was an accomplished pianist and guitarist.

During the 1960s he joined the Royal Shakespeare Company and appeared in a number of plays with them throughout this time. He was particularly successful in the 1969 ITC television series "Randall and Hopkirk (deceased)" (American title "My Partner The Ghost"), in which he played the part of private eye Jeff Randall opposite Kenneth Cope as Marty Hopkirk, and Annette Andre as Jeannie Hopkirk. He also wrote an episode of this series entitled "A Disturbing Case". He performed on the London stage in many productions up until his death in 1976 at the age of forty five. He died in London after a long battle with lung cancer and his funeral was held at Golders Green Crematorium on July 15, 1976.

He had two children, a daughter Karen and a son Guy, who has become famous in his own right for his association with the band 'Pink Floyd'.

Mike Pratt's grave

TV Appearances

Episode Cast Credits 

Father Brown (1974) 
  The Arrow of Heaven 01x12: (Dec/12/1974) As Col. Hector Merton 

The Adventures of Black Beauty (1972) 
  The Escape 02x21: (Feb/10/1974) As Simey 
  Lost (2) 02x15: (Dec/23/1973) As Simey 
  Lost (1) 02x14: (Dec/23/1973) As Simey 

Arthur of the Britons (1972) 
  People of the Plough 01x05: (Jan/03/1973) As Mordant 

Callan (1967) 
  Rules of the Game 04x04: (Mar/22/1972) As Medov 

Jason King (1971) 
  A Red, Red Rose Forever 01x08: (Dec/01/1971) As Carson 

UFO (1970) 
  The Psychobombs 01x12: (Dec/30/1970) As Mason (as Guest Artiste), [Starring Roles]

The Champions (1968) 
  Twelve Hours 01x13: (Dec/18/1968) As Raven 

Man in a Suitcase (1967) 
  Variation on a Million Bucks (1) 01x04: (Oct/18/1967) As Det. Sgt. Peters 

Theatre 625 (1964) 
  Tickle Times 04x26: (Jul/30/1967) As Daniel 

The Saint (1962) 
  The Persistent Patriots 05x15: (Jan/06/1967) As Jeff Peterson 
  The Imprudent Politician 03x10: (Dec/10/1964) As Alex Morgan 

Gideon's Way (1964) 
  The Reluctant Witness 01x24: (Apr/26/1966) As Red Carter 
  Fall High, Fall Hard 01x13: (Jan/16/1965) As Jensen 

Danger Man (1960) 
  The Man Who Wouldn't Talk 03x14: (Dec/30/1965) As Garage Manager 
  A Very Dangerous Game 03x03: (Oct/07/1965) As British Controller 
  The Black Book 03x02: (Sep/30/1965) As Serge 

Out of the Unknown (1965) 
  Time In Advance 01x05: (Nov/01/1965) As Henck 

R3 (1964) 
  It's Better To Know 02x10: (Sep/07/1965) As Croxley 

No Hiding Place (1959) 
  Red Roses for Emma 06x08: (May/25/1964) As Archie Raines 

Out of This World (UK) (1962) 
  Dumb Martian 01x01: (Jun/24/1962) As Mac 

Redcap (1964) 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As Ted Baker 

Omnibus (1967) 
  ??x??: (Unknown/Unaired) As The Man (Dusky Ruth) 
Crew Credits

Show Crew

Episode Crew

Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) (1969) (1969) (Credited in 1 episodes from this show) 
A Disturbing Case 01x02 Sep/28/1969 As: Writer
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