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In recent years, Jack, aided by his wife Gilly, had run his own photography studio in Linlithgow, specialising in “documentary” wedding photos – not just portraits but action pictures of barefoot newlyweds paddling in surf, jumping for joy against the backdrop of Arthur’s Seat or the Scott monument, or of a groom carrying his new wife on to a rowing boat. Gordon Cameron Jackson OBE (19 December 1923 – 15 January 1990) was a Scottish Emmy Award-winning actor best remembered for his roles as the butler Angus Hudson in Upstairs, Downstairs and as George Cowley, the head of CI5, in The Professionals. Jack also worked regularly for the Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph. One such recalled how Jack gave him one of his big lenses when his own got smashed. Ab 1971 wurde er als pflichtbewusster Butler Hudson in der Fernsehserie Das Haus am Eaton Place (Upstairs, Downstairs), den er in 60 der insgesamt 68 Episoden verkörperte, einem Millionenpublikum bekannt und für seine Rolle 1976 mit einem Emmy ausgezeichnet. News Obituaries Obituary: Rona Anderson, actress and wife of Gordon Jackson Born: 3 August, 1926, in Edinburgh. He worked at the Daily Record for several years, covering the crisis in Kosovo, the Kosovar refugee camps in Macedonia, the war in Afghanistan and the heartbreaking Afghan refugee camps in Pakistan which resulted from that conflict. In January 2020, an official recording of the 911 call on behalf of Gordon was released. His film credits included ''Somewhere in France'' in 1943, ''Whisky Galore'' in 1948, ''Happy Go Lovely'' in 1951, ''Tunes of Glory'' in 1960, ''Mutiny on the Bounty'' in 1961, 'The Great Escape'' in 1962, ''The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie'' in 1968 and ''The Whistle Blower'' in 1986. In 1999, impressed by Jack’s freelance work, technical skill, journalistic sense and larger-than-life personality, the then Daily Record photo editor Stuart Nicol took him on staff. His career spanned nearly half a century and included more than 60 film credits, but he was best known for his portrayal of the stiff-upper-lipped butler in ''Upstairs, Downstairs,'' which ran from 1970 to 1975. September 2020 um 18:10 Uhr bearbeitet. Dates: 1923 - 1990 Cause Of Death: Cancer Age: 66. Dennoch entwickelte er sich zu einem beliebten Darsteller in Film und Fernsehen. The relationship, however, was far from idyllic. GORDON Jack’s last assignment was to cover Andy Murray’s wedding at Dunblane Cathedral at the weekend. © 2020 by Tango Media Corporation All Rights Reserved. “His real key skill – talk to any people who had been on the road with him – was that he cared passionately about the story and worked very hard to make it work,” Nicol said at the weekend. Nothing put him in a bad mood.”, In the same tribute, fellow photographer Paul Chappells added: “If I were in a trench in Belgium in 1916, I’d want to be next to the Jackal. 'Nanny McPhee' Actor Dead At 25, RIP Truett Foster McKeehan — Christian Rapper TobyMac's Son Dead At 21, 8 Unromantic (But Real) Signs You've Found The Love Of Your Life, How Tall Is Barron Trump? Two people in hospital after car lands on train tracks at Stirling railway station, STV Children’s Appeal: Nicola Sturgeon and Janey Godley join forces for new comedy sketch. In a tribute, Record writer Annie Brown, who covered the Kosovo crisis with Jack, wrote: “Gordon, Jacko, the Jackal, was the man reporters wanted at their back, the photographer who sweated blood for the shot no-one else got. After he was found liable in the death of Bobbi Kristina Brown, Gordon was ordered to pay $36 million back to her estate. Gordon Jackson, an actor known to millions of television viewers as Hudson, the archetypal butler in the popular series ''Upstairs, Downstairs,'' died on Sunday in Cromwell Hospital in London.