TOM CHADBON - AUTOGRAPH ENVELOPE UNSIGNED 07/09/1984 - HFSID 36354
Sale Price $63.00
The English actor's unsigned hand addressed letter to the American Museum of Historical Documents
Autograph envelope, unsigned. 9x4. Postmarked Aldershot, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom, July 9, 1984. To "Todd M. Axelrod Esq./The American Museum of Historical Documents" Las Vegas, Nevada. English actor Tom Chadbon (b.1946) got his first credited on screen role in the BBC series The Jazz Age in 1968. He continued in a string of minor roles on until he landed a reoccurring spot on The Flight of the Heron as Keith Windham (1976). That same year he also starred in Couples (1976). By the late 70s he'd made a name for himself in television, scoring more regulars on The Liver Birds, and into the 80s, The Brack Report (1982) and Doctor Who (1979-1986). Throughout the 90s and 2000s Chadbon continued to rack up his credits, and by 2013 he totaled over 100 screen appearances in his career. Fans might remember him most as frequent actor on the acclaimed medical drama Casualty (1990-2011). Fine condition.
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