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I believe that John Gielgud tipped Peter as a major talent back in the early days.

Dept S and Jason King were the end product of his early roles in similar shows, except that in the earlier appearances he played baddies - but charismatic baddies. He was in the Avengers twice including, I think, the 'infamous' Touch of Brimstone (in which Emma Peel appeared as the Queen of Sin). He was also in the Saint, and made a good Number Two in an episode of the Prisoner.
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Don't know about the Bill Shatner album, Herlock, but I've heard Leonard Nimoy on LP, and it's a trip!

Afraid I know little about Mr. Wyngarde, but I've seen "Department S" discussed on a board for fans of espionage fiction and drama. It was apparently well-known in its day, though the still posted above is a bit alarming. Will need to check the "Doctor Who" wiki to see which episodes Wyngarde appeared in.
Hi Pat,

Shatner has done more than one album I believe. I know that he did one in 2011. There’s at least one on YouTube. Here’s a song from his 2011 album. I call it a ‘song’ but Shatner never actually sings.

https://youtu.be/3L-bTza_7-I
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He made a good Number Two in an episode of the Prisoner.
On camera? Couldn't he have waited for a comfort break?
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