For the actor of the silent-era, see Roy Stewart (silent film actor). For those of a similar name, see Roy Stuart (disambiguation).
Roy Stewart (15 May 1925 - 27 October 2008), originally from Jamaica, began his career as a stuntman and went on to work in film and television, at a time when there were few working black actors.
In 1954 founded Roy Stewart's Gym in Powis Square, North Kensington, and ran the Caribbean club and restaurant the Globe, in Talbot Road until his death. Stewart played Quarrel Jr. in the James Bond film Live and Let Die (1973). Other film appearances include Carry On Up the Jungle, Leo the Last, Games That Lovers Play, Twins of Evil, Lady Caroline Lamb, Stand Up, Virgin Soldiers and Arabian Adventure. He was also active on television, with credits including: Out of the Unknown, Adam Adamant Lives!, Doctor Who (in the serials The Tomb of the Cybermen and Terror of the Autons), Doomwatch, Up Pompeii!, The Troubleshooters, Space: 1999 and I, Claudius.
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