Douglas Argent Net Worth

Douglas Argent Net Worth is
$1.6 Million

Douglas Argent Bio/Wiki, Net Worth

Douglas Argent was born on May 21, 1921 in Bexleyheath, Kent, England as Douglas George Charles Argent. He was a producer and director, known for Astronauts (1981), The Other 'Arf (1980) and Dixon of Dock Green (1955). He was married to Elizabeth Benson. He died on October 30, 2010 in London, England.

Date Of BirthMay 21, 1921, Bexleyheath, London, United Kingdom
DiedOctober 30, 2010, London, United Kingdom
Place Of BirthBexleyheath, Kent, England, UK
ProfessionProducer, Director, Actor
SpouseElizabeth Benson
AwardsBritish Academy Television Award for Best Scripted Comedy
Star SignGemini
1RAF navigator who became a Japanese POW for 3 years, where he organized many musical and straight shows


EastEnders1991TV Series 3 episodes
Never the Twain1988TV Series 1 episode
Flying Lady1987TV Series 1 episode
Mixed Doubles1985TV Series 2 episodes
The Lonelyheart Kid1984TV Series 6 episodes
It Takes a Worried Man1983TV Series 6 episodes
Astronauts1981-1983TV Series 13 episodes
Lady Is a Tramp1983TV Series 6 episodes
Union Castle1982TV Series 7 episodes
That Beryl Marston...!1981TV Series 4 episodes
The Cuckoo Waltz1980TV Series 3 episodes
The Other 'Arf1980TV Series
Crime Writers1978TV Series documentary 6 episodes
The Liver Birds1972-1976TV Series 10 episodes
The Growing Pains of PC Penrose1975TV Series 7 episodes
Steptoe and Son1974TV Series 7 episodes
Ooh La La!1973TV Series 1 episode
Whack-O!1972TV Series 1 episode
Comedy Playhouse1963-1971TV Series 4 episodes
Sykes and a Big Big Show1971TV Series 1 episode
That's Your Funeral1971TV Series 6 episodes
Thicker Than Water1968-1969TV Series 8 episodes
Dixon of Dock Green1967-1968TV Series 11 episodes
Till Death Us Do Part1966-1967TV Series 8 episodes
Hugh and I1966TV Series 10 episodes
Taxi!1964TV Series 11 episodes


It Takes a Worried Man1983TV Series producer - 6 episodes
Astronauts1981-1983TV Series producer - 13 episodes
That Beryl Marston...!1981TV Series producer - 4 episodes
Q51979-1980TV Series producer - 12 episodes
The Other 'Arf1980TV Series producer
Fawlty Towers1979TV Series producer - 6 episodes
One-Upmanship1978TV Series producer - 1 episode
A Roof Over My Head1977TV Series producer - 8 episodes
No Appointment Necessary1977TV Series producer - 6 episodes
The Liver Birds1972-1976TV Series producer - 18 episodes
The Growing Pains of PC Penrose1975TV Series producer - 7 episodes
Steptoe and Son1974TV Series producer - 7 episodes
Too Much Monkey Business1974TV Movie producer
The Prince of Denmark1974TV Series producer
Ooh La La!1973TV Series producer - 7 episodes
Now Look Here1973TV Series producer - 7 episodes
Comedy Playhouse1968-1972TV Series producer - 3 episodes
Whack-O!1971-1972TV Series producer - 13 episodes
The Basil Brush Show1972TV Series producer - 2 episodes
That's Your Funeral1971TV Series producer - 6 episodes
Harry Worth1969TV Series producer - 1 episode
Wink to Me Only1969TV Series producer - 6 episodes
Thicker Than Water1968-1969TV Series producer - 8 episodes


Till Death Us Do Part1967TV Series
Caxton's Tales1958TV SeriesCustomer
The Adventures of Sir Lancelot1956-1957TV SeriesFirst Knight / Sir Paddagore / Mador / ...
Pursuit of the Graf Spee1956Sub. Lieutenant, HMS Ajax (uncredited)
Blonde Bait1956Reveller (uncredited)
Women Without Men19563rd Reveller (uncredited)
Sixpenny Corner1955TV SeriesMr. Arkle
The Colditz Story1955British Officer


Vic Oliver Introduces1950-1951TV SeriesHimself

Won Awards

1980BAFTA TV AwardBAFTA AwardsBest Situation ComedyFawlty Towers (1975)

Known for movies


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