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Carl Duering


Born - 29 May 1923, Berlin, Germany
Died - 1 September 2018

Thin-lipped, dark-haired, intense-looking German-born actor, in Britain as a young man. Later, he changed his real name, Gerhard Fuchs, to Gerald Fox. Often seen in rimless spectacles, he became a shoo-in for mad Nazi scientists, most notably his Dr Brodsky in A Clockwork Orange (1971). Characters that allowed him to demonstrate his versatility were few, but he kept busy through five decades of film roles: The Wooden Horse (1950), Appointment in London (1952), The Red Beret (1953), The Divided Heart (1954), The Colditz Story (1955), Seven Thunders (1957), Battle of the V1 (1958), The Great Van Robbery (1958), Strip Tease Murder (1960), The Guns of Navarone (1961), The Main Attraction (1962), Operation Crossbow (1965), Arabesque (1966), Duffy (1968), Darling Lili (1969), Underground (1970), King, Queen, Knave (1972), Gold (1974), Operation Daybreak (1975), Voyage of the Damned (1976), The Boys from Brazil (1978), Possession (1981), Non Stop Trouble With Spies (1983), Destroying Angel (1990), Deja Vu (1997) and Saltwater (2000), his last. His (second) wife, actress Nancy Manningham, survives him.