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highly successful series "The
Duggie Brown as a national
entertainment figure, although he was
already very well known throughout the UK
with his successful cabaret act.
In the early seventies, Duggie
moved into the drama field, beginning with
an appearance in the film "Kes".
Numerous roles followed including "Another
Sunday and Sweet FA", "Rank
and File", "The Price of
Coal," and "The Hard Word"
He was then to star in the Shelagh
Delaney BBC Series "The House That
Jack Built" followed by the
BBC detective series "The
Enigma Files". Moving back to
Granada TV in 1980, he
starred in the situation comedies"
Take My Wife"and followed by "The
Glamour Girls". He was also
the "Captain" of the Saturday morning
children's series "The Mersey Pirate".
The more recent programmes he has been
featured in, include "The Bill",
"All Creatures Great and Small",
as Muck",and in November 1995
Duggie was pleased to have a role
in the highly acclaimed BBC Drama
series "The House of Cards".
He had the great pleasure of playing "Ray
Piper" in "Brookside"
for Mersey Television and in 1997 "George
Freeman" in "Coronation
In 2002 Duggie appeared
in "A is for Acid" with
Martin Clunes for ITV then "Holby
City" and "Doctors"
for the BBC.
He was also was seen in March 2003 in "Eastenders"
again for the BBC. Also released later this
year will be the film "Jealous God"
for Steven Woodcock
During the past few years Duggie
has been in great demand as an after dinner
speaker at golf events and hosting
He has managed to cram into his busy
years, cruising for P&O, Princess
Cruises, Cunard, The QE2
- But Duggie always makes
sure he has time for his hobby of golf, and
is past captain of The Variety Club of Gt.
Britain Golfing Society and is a proud
member of THE GRAND ORDER of WATER
RATS , and is frequently involved
in many charity fund raising events