Kenneth J. Warren

Kenneth John Warren (25 September 1929 – 27 August 1973) was an Australian actor.

Bald and heavily built, Warren went to North Sydney Boys High School. He started acting in 1949.

He emigrated to the UK in the late 1950s, after appearing in the West End with the Australian play ''Summer of the Seventeenth Doll''. He played many character roles on film and TV, often villainous, until his death aged 43. Among his television roles were the ''Danger Man'' episode "The Paper Chase"; and as the diabolical film director Z.Z. von Schnerk in ''The Avengers'' episode "Epic" (1967); and in ''The Saint'' episode "The Fiction Makers". He also appeared in an episode of ''Steptoe and Son'' ("Cuckoo in the Nest", 1970) as Harold's supposed older half-brother. He also played in the 1968 West End musical production of the ‘’Canterbury Tales’’, as The Miller. In 1972, he appeared in one episode of the ''ITV'' show, 'The Frighteners', with Brian Glover called 'The Minder'.

Away from acting, Warren ran a restaurant with his wife Eileen in London in the late 60s. He died of a heart attack at his home near London in 1973 and was survived by his wife and two children. Provided by Wikipedia

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