Baker, Thomas Stewart

Born: Jan 20, 1934 AD
Currently alive, at 81 years of age.

Nationality: English
Categories: Actors

1934 - Born on the 20th of January in Liverpool England UK.


1961 - Married to Anna Wheatcroft with whom he had two sons Daniel and Piers.


1968 - Baker had made his theatrical film debut in Winter's Tale.


1971 - He got his first big break with the role of Rasputin in the film Nicholas and Alexandra.


1972 - Appeared in Pier Paolo Pasolini's version of Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales (I Racconti di Canterbury).


1974 - 1981 - Starred in television series "Doctor Who" (as 4th incarnation of the Doctor).


1984 - He made an American television appearance when he played Interpol agent Anatole Blaylock in an episode of the series Remington Steele, which starred the Irish actor Pierce Brosnan.


1994 - Baker's voice also appeared narrating the story for Nemesis at Alton Towers, Staffordshire, England.


2003 - Baker was cast as the narrator of the television adaptation of Little Britain.


2005 - He voiced the role of the villain Zeebad in the computer-animated film version of The Magic Roundabout.



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