(1917-02-18)18 February 1917, Leicester, Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom
3 November 1995(1995-11-03) (aged 78), Australia
• Wallace Eaton,
• Wallis Eaton
Wallas Eaton (18 February 1917 -- 3 November 1995), sometimes credited as Wallace Eaton or Wallis Eaton, was an English film, radio, television and theatre actor.
He is perhaps best remembered for his voice roles between 1949 and 1960 in the BBC radio-comedy serial Take It from Here. and as Ludicrus Sextus in the BBC comedy series Up Pompeii! in 1970.
1 Early life and education,
2.1 Military service,
3 Personal life
4 Selected filmography,
6 External links,
Early life and education:
Eaton was born in Leicester, Leicestershire, England.
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He served in World War II as a Major in charge of a searchlight battery.
In addition to his work in radio on Take It from Here, Eaton appeared in over twenty-five films and over fifty television productions. He guest starred in 'The Young Doctors' in 1979 as Roland Perry, a rich friend of principal character Ada Simmonds.
Following a trip to Australia in 1975, Eaton moved there.
He died in Australia, age 78.
Dual Alibi (1947),
Two-Way Stretch (1960),
Operation Cupid (1960),
This Sporting Life (1963)