Pavel Douglas
French Warship Commander in Goldeneye


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Pavel Douglas is a Polish-born, British-based actor. He was born in Krakow, Poland, six years after the end of the Second World War, and was naturalised in 1959. By the end of the 1970s, having been brought up in Scotland and France, he made his first credited television debut with a small part in the TV series Shoestring.

During the mid 1980s, Douglas was credited as "Captain" in two episodes of Robin of Sherwood. In 1988 and 1989, he appeared in several episodes of EastEnders as Gregory Mantel, who was notably the character responsible for ordering the hit on Den Watts. He is also known for the role of Lord Alexander Felsham in the many series of BBC's Lovejoy (1986–93).

He has since taken on many more television and feature film roles including Charles Devon in Passport to Murder (1993), John "The Red" Comyn in The Bruce (1995), Nigel Wheeler in Heartbeat (1996), and Chris Duncan in Silent Witness (2006). In 2007 he guest starred in Doctors, where he portrayed the role of Chief Superintendent Leo Jackson. This won him and the cast "Best Single Episode" at the 2007 British Soap Awards. As of 2007 he has appeared as Patrick Johnston in River City for BBC Scotland. In 2008 he appeared as Captain Lindeman in "Krakatoa" and in 2009 as Commander John McDowell in "Stockwell" for ITV.

In 1995 he appeared as the French Warship Commander in 007's GoldenEye and spent a very enjoyable few days in Monaco!


Pavel Douglas Filmography @ IMDB