Neville Smith

Neville Smith

Born in Liverpool in 1940, Neville Smith, a one time collaborator of director Ken Loach, is one of a number of working-class actors and writers to have transformed the subject-matter and tone of television drama in the 1960s and 1970s. He was responsible for two of Loach's finest television films - 'The Golden Vision' (The Wednesday Play, BBC, tx. 17/4/1968) and After a Lifetime (ITV, tx. 18/7/1971) - but also developed a partnership with the director Stephen Frears, for whom he wrote the cult British detective film, Gumshoe (UK/US, 1971).
    Known for
    Acting
    Place of birth
    Liverpool, England, UK
    Birthday
    1/1/1940
Me! I'm Afraid of Virginia Woolf
Me! I'm Afraid of Virginia Woolf
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Long Distance Information
Long Distance Information
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Bag of Yeast
Bag of Yeast
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After a Lifetime
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Match of the Day
Match of the Day
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Wear a Very Big Hat
Wear a Very Big Hat
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The Rank and File
The Rank and File
5
The Golden Vision
The Golden Vision
5
Long Shot
Long Shot
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There Is Also Tomorrow
0
The Big Flame
The Big Flame
5
Doctor Who: The Reign of Terror
Doctor Who: The Reign of Terror
6.8
Bad News Tour
Bad News Tour
8.6
Completely Bad News
Completely Bad News
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Praise Marx and Pass the Ammunition
Praise Marx and Pass the Ammunition
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Gumshoe
Gumshoe
6.4
In Two Minds
In Two Minds
6.3
Sling Your Hook
Sling Your Hook
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Wish You Were Here
Wish You Were Here
6.6
The Lump
The Lump
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Coast to Coast
6
Afternoon Off
Afternoon Off
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The End of Arthur's Marriage
The End of Arthur's Marriage
5.5
Billy Liar
Billy Liar
6.9
Prick Up Your Ears
Prick Up Your Ears
6.6
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