- in January 1964 as a Photographer who took shots of pop star Walter Potts.
- in February 1966 as Newton & Ridley work Joss Lightfoot.
- in November 1968 as Cliff.
In the early 1950s he both wrote and appeared in the BBC comedies Love and Kisses and I'm Not Bothered and the play and film comedy The Love Match but later on concentrated on acting, appearing in Taxi!, The Villains, The Likely Lads, Hugh and I, The Ronnie Barker Playhouse and several roles in Z Cars. He worked with Jack Howarth in the 1957 Thora Hird series Be Soon and with Betty Driver and June Barry in a 1965 radio production of J.B. Priestley's When We Are Married.