|Cause of death Skin cancer|
|Name Kevin Stoney|
|Full Name Kevin Thomas Harvest Stoney|
Born 22 January 1921 (1921-01-22) Nowgong, Assam, India
Notable work Mavic Chen in Doctor Who
Died January 22, 2008, Chiswick, United Kingdom
Spouse Rosalie Stoney (m. ?–1985)
TV shows John Browne's Body, Contract to Kill
Movies Murder at the Gallop, The Dresser, How to Murder a Rich Uncle, Strongroom, Measure for Measure
Similar People Vernon Sewell, George Pollock, Peter Yates, Elijah Moshinsky, Nigel Patrick
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Kevin Stoney (22 January 1921 – 22 January 2008) was an English actor, best known for his television roles.
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- Selected filmography
During World War II, Stoney served with the Royal Air Force.
He is well remembered by fans of the science fiction series Doctor Who for his roles in three serials—the treacherous Mavic Chen in The Daleks' Master Plan (1965), villainous magnate Tobias Vaughn in The Invasion (1968) and Tyrum in Revenge of the Cybermen (1975). Stoney also appeared in two episodes of another science fiction series, Blake's 7, playing Councillor Joban in the episode Hostage and Ardus in the episode Animals.
He is also noted for his role as the astrologer Thrasyllus in the 1976 BBC adaptation of I, Claudius, a role he had earlier played in Granada Television's 1969 series The Caesars.
Other credits include: The Adventures of Robin Hood, The Saint, Danger Man, The Avengers, Dr. Finlay's Casebook, The Prisoner, Softly, Softly, Man in a Suitcase, The Troubleshooters, Doomwatch, Freewheelers, Z-Cars, The Tomorrow People, Ace of Wands, Special Branch, The Onedin Line, Fall of Eagles, Space: 1999, The New Avengers, Quatermass, Bergerac, All Creatures Great and Small, The Bill and in the highest rated episode of Inspector Morse.
In 1985, it was reported in the Doctor Who fan magazine DWB that Kevin Stoney had died at the age of 64, but in 1987, Stoney made an appearance at a Doctor Who convention to prove he was very much alive, to the shock of the fans. He retired in 1993.
Kevin Stoney died on his 87th birthday, 22 January 2008, in Chiswick, after a long battle with skin cancer.