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Occupation  Actor
Children  Lara Parker Deacon
Role  Actor

Name  Brian Deacon
Years active  1971 - Present
Siblings  Eric Deacon
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Born  13 February 1949 (age 72) (1949-02-13) Oxford, England, UK
Spouse  Nathalie Bloch-Laine (m. 1998), Rula Lenska (m. 1977–1987)
Books  Story of Jesus for Children
Movies  Jesus, A Zed & Two Noughts, Vampyres, The Triple Echo, Magdalena: Released From Sha

Similar  Eric Deacon, Rula Lenska, Rivka Neumann

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Brian Deacon (born 13 February 1949) is an English actor. Although he appeared in films such as The Triple Echo (1972) and Vampyres (1974), he is perhaps best known for portraying Jesus in the 1979 film Jesus, which was made by the evangelical organization the Jesus Film Project. (Deacon was chosen for the part out of a field of 263 actors screen tested by producer John Heyman.) Deacon has also portrayed Heumac in The Feathered Serpent (1976, 1978), Frank Miles in the 1978 TV series Lillie, and appeared with his brother, Eric, in the Peter Greenaway film, A Zed & Two Noughts (1985), as Oswald Deuce . Between 1992 and 1993, he played the role of The Rt Hon. Neil Kincaid in British soap opera Emmerdale, the lover of established character Kim Tate (Claire King).

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Personal life

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Deacon was born in Oxford, where he later trained at the Oxford Youth Theatre. He has been married twice, firstly to Rula Lenska (1977-1987), with whom he had a daughter, Lara Deacon. His second marriage was to Natalie Bloch, with whom he has been married since 1998.

Filmography

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  • The Guardians, episode "The Logical Approach" (1971)
  • The Triple Echo (1972)
  • Love and Mr Lewisham (1972) TV series
  • Thirty-Minute Theatre, episode "Scarborough" (1972)
  • ITV Sunday Night Theatre, episode "First Sight" (1972)
  • Full House, TV series episode of 25 November 1972
  • Public Eye, episode "It's a Woman's Privilege" (1973)
  • Vampyres (1974)
  • Il bacio (1974)
  • Good Girl, (1974) TV series
  • Churchill's People, episode "The Lost Island" (1975)
  • The Emigrants, episodes "Chances for the Children" (1976), "Endeavour" (1976), "13,000 Miles Away" (1976) e "A Dream of Freedom" (1976)
  • Centre Play, 1st episode "Risking It" (1977)
  • The Feathered Serpent (1976-1978) TV Series
  • Lillie, episodes "Mrs. Langtry" (1978), "The Jersey Lily" (1978), "The New Helen" (1978), "Bertie" (1978), "Let Them Say" (1978), "The Sailor Prince" (1978) e "Going on the Stage" (1978)
  • Jesus (1979)
  • The New Media Bible: Book of Genesis (1979)
  • Leap in the Dark, episode "Watching Me, Watching You" (1980)
  • Nelly's Version (1983) TV Film
  • The First Part of King Henry VI (1983) TV Film
  • The Second Part of King Henry VI (1983) TV Film
  • The Third Part of King Henry VI (1983) TV Film
  • Richard III (1983) TV Film
  • Separate Tables (1983) TV Film
  • Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense, episode "And the Wall Came Tumbling Down" (1984)
  • Mr. Palfrey of Westminster, episode "Freedom from Longing" (1985)
  • Bleak House (1985) TV series
  • A Zed & Two Noughts (1985)
  • Screen Two, episode "Inappropriate Behaviour" (1987)
  • Emmerdale Farm, episode 1.1724 1.1725 (1992)
  • Bugs, episode "Down Among the Dead Men" (1995)
  • The Story of Jesus for Children (2000) Home Video only
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords (2004) Video Game (voice)
  • Doctors, episodes "Face Value (2001) e "Amends (2009)
  • Ceville (2009) Video Game (voice)
  • The Projectionist (2012)
  • The Night of the Rabbit (2013) Video Game (voice)
  • Mistaken (2013)

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    References

    Brian Deacon Wikipedia


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