Jon J. English


Date of birth (location): 19 March 1949, London, England, UK.
Spouse: Carmen (1969 - present)
Trivia: He has appeared on stage in new versions of the Gilbert and Sullivan operettas "The Pirates of Penzance", "The Mikado" and "H.M.S. Pinafore".
Other works:
ALBUMS Wine dark sea (Warm and genuine) 1973
It's all a game (Warm and genuine) 1975
Hollywood 7 (Polydor) 1976
Minuites to midnight (Polydor) 1977
Words are not enough (Polydor) 1978
Against the wind (Polydor) 1979
English History (Mercury) 1979
Calm before the storm (Mercury) 1980
Inroads (Mercury) 1980
Jokers and Queens (Midnight) 1981
Some people have all the fun (WEA) 1983
Beating the Boards (WEA) 1983
Always the busker (BMG) 1990
Paris (WEA) 1990
Jon English 20th Anniversary Album (BMG) 1993
"Raferty's Rules" (1987), as [Unknown]
"Sweet and sour" (1984), as [Unknown]
"Watch this space" (1982), as [Unknown]
"Chopper Squad" (1978), as [Unknown]
"No 96" (1976), as [Unknown]
"Homicide" (1975), as [Unknown]
"The True Blue show" (1973), as [Unknown]

Composer filmography

Uno a te, uno a me ed uno a Raffaele (1994) ... aka One for You, One for Me and One for Raphael(1994)
Frame Up (1993/I) ... aka Jon Jost's Frame Up (1993)
Sure Fire (1993) (main title theme)
All the Vermeers in New York (1990)
Touch and Go (1980)
"Against the Wind" (1978) (mini) TV Series

Actor filmography

"All Together Now" (1991) TV Series .... Bobby Rivers
Touch and Go (1980)
"Against the Wind" (1978) (mini) TV Series .... Jonathan

Notable TV guest appearances
"Ocean Girl" (1994) playing "Farmer" in episode: "Series 3, episode 16" 1996
"Frontline" (1994) playing "Himself" in episode: "Let the Children Play" 1995
"Rafferty's Rules" (1987) playing "Defendant"
"Flying Doctors, The" (1985)
"Number 96" (1972)

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