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Eric Allan is a Actor born on 8 march 1940

Eric Allan

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Birth 8 march 1940 (79 years)

Eric Allan (born 1940) is a British actor.

His first film role was in Peter Brook's 1968 film Tell Me Lies, based on the play US in which Allan had appeared the previous year.

Usually with

Mike Leigh
Mike Leigh
(2 films)
Peter Brook
Peter Brook
(1 films)
Phil Davis
Phil Davis
(1 films)
Mark Jones
Mark Jones
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Eric Allan (5 films)

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Actor

I.D.
I.D. (1995)
, 1h47
Directed by Phil Davis
Genres Drama, Crime
Themes Sports films, Association football films
Actors Reece Dinsdale, Warren Clarke, Richard Graham, Perry Fenwick, Claire Skinner, Sean Pertwee
Roles Marie's Dad
Rating73% 3.69673.69673.69673.69673.6967
John (Reece Dinsdale) an ambitious young police officer, is sent undercover into the hardcore football gangs to track down the 'generals' - the shadowy figures who orchestrate the violence. His team of four gradually ingratiates itself into the lives of The Dogs, the nickname that Shadwell's fans give themselves. The main site for this is The Rock, a public house around which The Dogs' lives revolve. Gradually, the hard drinking, hard fighting macho world - where Saturday's match and Saturday's rumble are all that matters - proves irresistible and John slowly finds himself turning into one of the thugs he has been sent to entrap.
Nuts in May, 1h24
Directed by Mike Leigh
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy
Actors Roger Sloman, Alison Steadman, Anthony O'Donnell, Richenda Carey, Eric Allan Kramer, Eric Allan
Roles Quarryman
Rating79% 3.9898253.9898253.9898253.9898253.989825
The main couple, childlike Candice Marie (Alison Steadman) and eccentric-obsessive Keith (Roger Sloman), arrive at the campsite and pitch their tent in a quiet spot suitable for appreciating nature's wonders while keeping other human beings safely at arm's length. Their usual routine (which includes performing their own guitar-banjo compositions, preparing healthy vegetarian dinners and following the Country Code) is rudely interrupted by Ray (Anthony O'Donnell), a lone student who camps down nearby and switches on his radio: this is treated by the couple as an unforgivable crime, and they force Ray to turn it off. Later, on the way home after a trip to Stair Hole, it begins to rain and the couple notice a figure (which turns out to be Ray) walking along the road and give him a lift home.
Bleak Moments, 1h51
Directed by Mike Leigh
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Themes Films based on plays
Actors Donald Sumpter, Liz Smith, Eric Allan, Stephen Churchett
Roles Peter
Rating76% 3.839993.839993.839993.839993.83999
Bleak Moments looks at the 'tortured, semi-articulated anguish' in suburban West Norwood, between Sylvia, and her developmentally delayed sister Hilda; Sylvia's friend at work, Pat; a teacher, Peter, Sylvia's reticent, prospective boy-friend; and Norman, a 'gormless hippie'.
The McKenzie Break, 1h48
Directed by Lamont Johnson
Origin United-kingdom
Genres War, Action
Themes Prison films, Political films
Actors Brian Keith, Helmut Griem, Ian Hendry, Jack Watson, Horst Janson, Patrick O'Connell
Roles Leutnant Hochbauer
Rating64% 3.247613.247613.247613.247613.24761
At a Prisoner of War (POW) camp for Germans in the north of Scotland, Kapitän zur See Willi Schlüter (Helmut Griem) - a German submariner – challenges the authority of the camp’s embattled Commanding Officer, Major Perry (Ian Hendry). British Army Captain Jack Connor arrives to investigate what's happening at the McKenzie POW Camp.
Tell Me Lies
Directed by Peter Brook
Genres Drama, Musical theatre, Documentary
Themes Politique, Political films
Actors Mark Jones, Glenda Jackson, Ian Hogg, Patrick Wymark, Eric Allan, Kingsley Amis
Roles Eric
Rating67% 3.3503453.3503453.3503453.3503453.350345
A young couple, Bob Lloyd and Pauline Munro see a photo in a magazine of a baby mutilated by napalm and it changes their lives. They ask is London aware, is London concerned?