Patrick Troughton, born 25th March 1920 in Middlesex, England, made his television debut in 1947 after serving in the Royal Navy during World War II. His most notable role is, of course, as the Second Doctor in Doctor Who - at the time series producer Innes Lloyd noted he was the "only one man in England" for the role. Away from the TARDIS, he also appeared in Ivanhoe, The Adventures of Robin Hood and Sherlock Holmes, as well as countless other film and theatre roles. He passed away on 27th March 1987, two days after his 67th birthday.
- Patrick Troughton on IMDb