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Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. Live from the Red Carpet of Solo: A Star Wars Story! Collings played the character of Bob Cratchit in the classic 1970 film musical, Scrooge, starring alongside Albert Finney, Dame Edith Evans, Sir Alec Guinness, Kenneth More, Anton Rodgers and others. He is also noted for his children's television appearances including the role of Julian Oakapple in Midnight is a Place (1977). Collings returned to the role of Poul- now named Paulus- in the episode Hidden Persuaders of the audio drama series Kaldor City.
Collings's career on stage began with seasons at the storied Liverpool Rep., and has since taken him all over the world with leading companies including the National Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company and Cheek by Jowl, as well as BAM and the Lincoln Center in New York. Collings also appeared as Deva in the final episode of Blake's 7 and as the character of 'Silver' in several of the popular Sapphire & Steel TV adventures.. English Voice Over Wikia is a FANDOM Anime Community. He voiced the eponymous lead for the long-running hit Japanese television series Journey to the West, released in English-speaking countries as Monkey.
David Collings (4 June 1940 – 23 March 2020) was an English actor. He garnered a following through his numerous appearances in cult sci-fi series such as Doctor Who, Sapphire & Steel and Blake's 7, as well as voicing the titular character in the series Monkey and Legolas in the classic BBC Radio 4 adaptation of Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. David W. Collins (born July 26, 1975 in Vacaville, California, USA) is an American sound designer, voice actor and voice director. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. He played the parts of Mortimer the Elder and Matrevis in a production of Edward II at the Royal Exchange, Manchester, which also featured his son, the actor Samuel Collings. He has appeared a number of times in the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who, including Vorus in Revenge of the Cybermen, Poul in The Robots of Death and Mawdryn in the serial Mawdryn Undead.. In 2006, Collings was the reader of the critically acclaimed recordings of The Complete Ghost Stories of M. R. James. Live from the Red Carpet of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Enjoy Celebration Orlando in Your Pajamas & How ILM Made K-2SO "Think", Alan Tudyk, Rogue One: Recon 360 Experience Announced, and Madame Tussauds, Steve Blum Interview, Rogue One Toys, and More, Pablo Hidalgo Interview and Star Wars Battlefront: Death Star DLC Preview, "Weird Al" Yankovic Interview, New Rogue One Vehicle Revealed, and More, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story - World Premiere, Star Wars: The Force Awakens World Premiere Red Carpet, A Force Wrecking Ball, Part 2: The Characters of 'The Force Unleashed', A New Chapter: The Story of 'The Force Unleashed', Unleashing the Force, Part 1: The New Beginning, The Making of the Upcoming Game 'Star Wars: The Force Unleashed', Ten Days That Unexpectedly Changed America, The Best TV Shows About Being in Your 30s.
Collings was born in Brighton on 4 June 1940. David Collings (4 June 1940 – 23 March 2020) was an English actor. The show was a popular hit and had a mass following, particularly with young people.
On radio, he portrayed Legolas in the classic BBC Radio 4 adaptation of The Lord of the Rings.. In 1989, he played Charn (the villain) in Through The Dragon's Eye, and had a recurring role as the headmaster in Press Gang from 1989 to 1993.
 In an extensive career he appeared in countless roles on stage, television, film and radio as well as various audio books, voiceovers, concert readings and other work.