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British Actor Robin Davies Dies

Robin Davies began his career in films and television as a child, starring as Steve in the children’s film series The Magnificent 6 and 1/2 in the late 1960s. He was featured as Machin in If… (1968), Lindsay Anderson’s anarchic depiction of a English private school, and was Carrot in the children’s magical television series Catweazle from 1969 to 1970. He also appeared as Mark Vespers, one of the bewitched youngsters, in Tigon’s 1971 horror film Blood on Satan’s Claw (aka Satan’s Skin).

Davies was born in Merionetshire, North Wales, on January 16, 1954, and trained as an actor at the Aida Foster Stage School. He was also featured on television in episodes of Doomwatch, Escape, and One Foot in the Grave. He was featured in a small role in Lindsay Anderson’s 1982 satire Britannia Hospital, and starred in the 1991 thriller A Mind to Kill. He made his final screen performance as

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