| Actor|| Michael Sharvell-Martin|
| Michael Ernest Martin|
2 February 1944 (1944-02-02) Herne Bay, Kent, England, UK
Linda Hind (1967–2010; his death); 2 children
October 28, 2010, Wincanton, United Kingdom
Michael Sharvell-Martin Wikipedia
Michael Sharvell-Martin (2 February 1944 – 28 October 2010) was a popular British television and stage actor whose career spanned more than three decades. He was a familiar character actor on British television screens, guest starring in most prime time dramas and comedies throughout the seventies and eighties.
He was born Michael Ernest Martin in Herne Bay, Kent, and trained in stage management at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. His acting debut was in 1965 at the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham. He adopted the stage name Michael Sharvell-Martin because there was already an actor called Michael Martin.
Sharvell-Martin was mainly a supporting cast actor and is best remembered for his many appearances in the long-running television series Dave Allen at Large. He also had a recurring role as Trevor Botting in the television situation comedy No Place Like Home. During his career he made numerous guest appearances in television programmes such as The Benny Hill Show, Dad's Army, Terry and June, Yes Minister and Murder Most Horrid. He also appeared in two episodes of the BBC's department store sitcom Are You Being Served? in the 1980s.
His stage appearances included several West End comedy farces and numerous pantomime roles.Quest for Love (1971) - Says "Hello Trafford" (uncredited)
That's Your Funeral (1972) - 1st Policeman (Motorway)
Ooh... You Are Awful (1972) - Jackson (uncredited)
Go for a Take (1972) - Leopard Man' Director
Rentadick (1972) - Removal Man
Kadoyng (1972) - Pander - Willoughby
The Love Ban (1973) - Bra Factory Designer
Love Thy Neighbour (1973) - Police Constable
The Best of Benny Hill (1974) - Lower Tidmarsh Hospital Doctor / Rev. Peter Wilby / Various
Frightmare (1974) - Barman
Not Now, Comrade (1976) - 2nd Russian Official
Sharvell-Martin married Linda Hind in 1967 and the couple had two daughters. In the early part of 2010 he was diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus and died on 28 October 2010 at Wincanton, Somerset.