Barry Joseph Evans, an English actor, was born in Guildford, Surrey and educated at an orphanage boarding school. His acting talent was recognised at an early age and he often played the leading roles in school plays. One of his first film credits was playing the lead role in Clive Donner’s, ‘Here we go Round the Mulberry Bush’. Moving on to television his first major role was in the sitcom ‘Doctor in the House’ along with fellow actors, George Layton, Geoffrey Davies, Robin Nedwell and Richard O’Sullivan. His television career continued with roles in programmes such as Crossroads, Mind your Language and Legacy of Murder. In February 1997 Evans was sadly found dead at his home, no cause of death has ever been confirmed.