Barry Evans

Barry Evans
1943 - 1997

Barry Evans  British Actor


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British Actor Barry Evans was born Barry Joseph Evans on 18th June, 1943 in Guildford, Surrey, England and passed away on 11th Feb 1997 Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England, UK aged 53. He is most remembered for Jeremy Brown in Mind Your Language. His zodiac sign is Gemini.

Barry Evans was in an on-screen matchup with Françoise Pascal in Mind Your Language (1977).

Barry Evans is a member of the following lists: 1943 births, English television actors and Alumni of the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.


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First Name Barry
Last Name Evans
Full Name at Birth Barry Joseph Evans
Age 53 (age at death) years
Birthday 18th June, 1943
Birthplace Guildford, Surrey, England
Died 11th February, 1997
Place of Death Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England, UK
Cause of Death Alcohol poisoning
Build Average
Eye Color Brown - Dark
Hair Color Brown - Light
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity White
Nationality British
University Central School of Speech and Drama
Occupation Text Actor
Occupation Actor
Claim to Fame Jeremy Brown in Mind Your Language
Year(s) Active 1964 - 1993, 1964–1993

Barry Joseph Evans (18 June 1943 – 9 February 1997) was an English actor best known for his appearances in British sitcoms such as Doctor in the House and Mind Your Language.

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The Mystery of Edwin Drood1993BazzardMovie
Legacy of Murder1982Robin BrightTV Show
Mind Your Language1977Jeremy BrownTV Show
Adventures of a Taxi Driver1976JoeMovie
Under the Doctor1976Doctor Boyd, Psychiatrist, Lt Cranshaw, Mr JohnsonMovie
Crown Court1972Barry SellarsTV Show
Late Night Theatre1972JoeTV Show
Die Screaming Marianne1971Eli FromeMovie
Journey to Murder1971Jimmy Rintoul (The Killing Bottle)Movie
Doctor at Large1971Dr. Michael Upton, Michael UptonTV Show
Alfred the Great1969IngildMovie
Doctor in the House1969Michael UptonTV Show
All Star Comedy Carnival1969Michael UptonTV Movie
Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush1968Jamie McGregorMovie
Journey to the Unknown1968Jimmy RintoulTV Show
Film Review1968Jamie McGregorTV Show
Red, White and Zero1967BoyMovie
Much Ado About Nothing1967Coffee boyTV Movie
ITV Playhouse1967TonyTV Show
The Baron1966Hotel PorterTV Show
Thirty-Minute Theatre1965TommoTV Show
Undermind1965TedTV Show
Crossroads1964Trevor WoodsTV Show
Redcap1964Tug WilsonTV Show
Love Story1963TV Show
Monitor1958StudentTV Show
Camera Three1955First AirmanTV Show
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DeAnnaOct 3, 2011

I used to have a big crush on Barry as a kid, watching the "Doctors'" series on tv. He was such a handsome and talented man but the endearing and tragic thing was he didn't realise it.So sorry to hear about his death. RIP Barry.

SuzanneJul 2, 2011

Breaks my heart when i learned ur story.You will always be loved and cherished by whoever has watched you onscreen and known you. RIP Barry.

AnnJul 1, 2011

He was so incredibly handsome and so innocent yet talented. Why was he orphaned? Why did no one in this world ,atleast in the entertainment field...never help him out after MYL????? Tears rolling down.Miss him.Rest in Peace Barry.We are SORRY.

ajayApr 5, 2011

I used to see MIND YOUR LANGUAGE in Fiji on tapes 25 years ago, just got hold of the 4 disc set last weekend, and got the shock of my life today. The humour is gone forever, RIP Barry

ROSEMar 27, 2011

Dear Barry , I'm watching your old shows in Mind your language- what a tragedy - you were truly a lovely, and talented actor

AnneMar 5, 2011

Sad loss - yet another died before their time

DeborahFeb 14, 2011

Barry was so cute in the doctor series I also loved him mind your language

raziJan 12, 2011

i love barry evens. and feels real sorry for him. this world owe an apology to him . barry evens we are sorry

ShahrukhSep 6, 2010

I believe Barry Evans was not just only a talented actor but he was such a nice looking guy that the viewers would have wished to see him on tv for a long period. I am a big fan of the sitcom mind your language and i believe it was barry evans who contributed the most. It really makes me depress that he is no more. Love you Barry R.I.P

StarsMay 27, 2010

A few days ago, I watched the series Mind Your Language and liked Barry Joseph Evans. Later, when I tried to find some information about him on the internret, I found out that he died which was very shocking and depressing news. I think that Barry was a funny, loveable, brilliant and one of the most memorable actors I have ever known. I still miss you, Barry and wish you all the best. Love you!

basit khanSep 21, 2009

Barry evans was one of the finest British actors. I used to see sitom Mind Your Langauage so fondly in my chilhood. One of my friend gave me CD`s of the sitcom and watching it again after 20 years was such a fun. Was browsing to see how the cast looks now after such a long time. I am shocked to read that such a talented actor died under such circumstances. Why British Entertainment Industry coul not use his talent? BYE barry evans RIP

caraleemcgeeMay 31, 2009

I loved watching old re-runs in the USA! Barry was soooo cute, but he had major emotional issues in real life. Too bad he never came to grips with himself because he was such a talent! Love you Barry! RIP

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