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Neal Arden (1909–2014)


Neal Arden was born on December 27, 1909 in Fulham, London, England as Arthur Neal Aiston. He was an actor, known for Life of St. Paul (1938), The Best House in London (1969) and Department S (1969). He was married to Julia Byfield and Dorothy Brown. He died on June 4, 2014 in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, England. See full bio »

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Known For

(1938)
The Best House in London Dr. Livingstone
(1969)
Department S Commentator / The Doctor
(1969)
'Pimpernel' Smith Second Prisoner
(1941)

Filmography

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 1977 Love for Lydia (TV Series)
Author
- Episode #1.13 (1977) ... Author
 1976 A Small Miracle (Short)
 1976 I, Claudius (TV Mini-Series)
Cestius
- Fool's Luck (1976) ... Cestius
 1974 John Halifax, Gentleman (TV Mini-Series)
Sir Ralph
- Episode #1.3 (1974) ... Sir Ralph
 1974 Pianorama (Short)
 1973 Special Branch (TV Series)
Sgt. Operator
- You Won't Remember Me (1973) ... Sgt. Operator
- The Other Man (1973)
 1971 The Persuaders! (TV Series)
Inspector Flavel
- Overture (1971) ... Inspector Flavel
 1971 Z Cars (TV Series)
Det. Supt. Ainsworth
- Lawbreakers (1971) ... Det. Supt. Ainsworth
 1971 A Hole Lot of Trouble (Short)
Military Type Man
 1969 My Partner the Ghost (TV Series)
2nd Poker Player
- The Trouble with Women (1969) ... 2nd Poker Player
 1969 Barrister at Law (TV Movie)
Capt. Putts
 1969 The Best House in London
Dr. Livingstone
 1969 Department S (TV Series)
The Doctor / Commentator
- The Last Train to Redbridge (1969) ... The Doctor
- Handicap Dead (1969) ... Commentator
 1969 The Assassination Bureau
'La Belle Amie' Client (uncredited)
 1968 Dixon of Dock Green (TV Series)
Saunders, Jury Foreman / 2nd Golfer
- The Trojan Horse (1968) ... Saunders, Jury Foreman
- A Quiet Sunday (1968) ... 2nd Golfer
 1968 Vendetta (TV Series)
Commisario Gonzago
- The Paradise Man (1968) ... Commisario Gonzago
 1968 Mystery and Imagination (TV Series)
Driver
- Casting the Runes (1968) ... Driver
 1967 The White Rabbit (TV Mini-Series)
M. Coquoin
- The Raising Up (1967) ... M. Coquoin
 1967 Honey Lane (TV Series)
Man Customer
- The Birds and the Business (1967) ... Man Customer
 1964 Delayed Flight
Hicks
 1964 Night Train to Paris
Insp. Escalier
 1964 The Third Secret
Mr. Morgan
 1963 The Saint (TV Series)
Jean Deslauriers
- The Benevolent Burglary (1963) ... Jean Deslauriers
 1963 Zero One (TV Series)
Dr. Valoise
- Delayed Reaction (1963) ... Dr. Valoise
 1963 Sergeant Cork (TV Series)
Charles Robinson
- The Case of the Soldier's Rifle (1963) ... Charles Robinson
 1963 Suspense (TV Series)
John Crawthorne
- Personal and Private (1963) ... John Crawthorne
 1963 Drama 61-67 (TV Series)
Geoffrey Willmott
- Drama '63: Somebody's Dying (1963) ... Geoffrey Willmott
 1963 It Happened Like This (TV Series)
Prosecuting Counsel
- The Hidden Witness (1963) ... Prosecuting Counsel
 1962 Maigret (TV Series)
Blaise
- The Crystal Ball (1962) ... Blaise
 1961 Ghost Squad (TV Series)
Florian
- Ticket for Blackmail (1961) ... Florian
 1961 The Frightened City
Head Waiter-Taboo Club
 1960 No Hiding Place (TV Series)
James Holman
- Trial and Error (1960) ... James Holman
 1960 Interpol Calling (TV Series)
Commandant
- Desert Hi-Jack (1960) ... Commandant
 1960 Don't Do It Dempsey (TV Series)
Jacques
- Mothers' Help (1960) ... Jacques
 1960 The Shakedown
Harry Bowers
 1959 Behemoth The Sea Monster
TV Newscaster (uncredited)
 1959 The Scarf (TV Series)
Norman
- Episode #1.3 (1959) ... Norman
- Episode #1.2 (1959) ... Norman
 1957-1958 White Hunter (TV Series)
Tallon / Saville
- The Girl Hunt (1958) ... Tallon
- The Inside Story (1957) ... Saville
 1958 Ivanhoe (TV Series)
Landlord / Garn / Innkeeper
- The Monk (1958) ... Landlord
- The Widow of Woodcote (1958) ... Garn
- Murder at the Inn (1958) ... Innkeeper
 1958 The Man Who Wouldn't Talk
Short-hand Writer (uncredited)
 1958 O.S.S. (TV Series)
First Minister
- Operation Eel (1958) ... First Minister
 1956 The Scarlet Pimpernel (TV Series)
Higgins
- Gentlemen of the Road (1956) ... Higgins
 1956 Colonel March of Scotland Yard (TV Series)
Joseph
- Murder Is Permanent (1956) ... Joseph
 1954 Souls in Conflict
Frank
 1954 John Wesley
William Holland
 1953 The Straw Man
O'Brien
 1953 The Quatermass Experiment (TV Series)
Commentator
- State of Emergency (1953) ... Commentator
- An Unidentified Species (1953) ... Commentator
 1953 Robin Hood (TV Mini-Series)
 1949 Dick Whittington (TV Movie)
King Rat
 1949 Train of Events
The Compere (segment "The Composer")
 1942 The Young Mr. Pitt
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1941 'Pimpernel' Smith
Second Prisoner (as Neil Arden)
 1940 The New Britain (Short)
Narrator (voice)
 1939 England's Shakespeare (Documentary short)
Commentator
 1939 The Secret Four (uncredited)
 1938 Life of St. Paul
Paul
 1935 The Public Life of Henry the Ninth
Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
 1934 Alexandra
Bit Part (uncredited)
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Alternate Names:

Neil Arden

Height:

5' 10" (1.78 m)
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British actor, on stage from 1930 and in films from 1934. He was a former member of the Rhodesian constabulary, the British South Africa Mounted Police. After moving to Britain, he studied at RADA and made a successful career as a screen and radio actor, including as host of his own Sunday night programme, 'Quiet Rhythm'. He lived to the ripe old age of 104.

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Capricorn

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