Malcolm McFee Movies and Career Information
Malcolm McFee, (1949 - 2001) was an English actor. Born on 16th August 1949 in Forest Gate, Newham, (mothers maiden name Fawcett). McFee was best known for his role as Peter Craven in the hit TV series Please Sir! (1968) and The Fenn Street Gang (1971). Please Sir! was set in a south London secondary school called The Fenn Street School, the situation comedy assayed the travails of a naive school teacher played by John Alderton and his unruly class of students. McFee, who turned 19 when the program was first broadcast in 1968, played one of the mob of rowdy adolescent boys and girls. McFee also was in the 1971 movie of the same name, Please Sir! (1971). He appeared in the anti-war satirical musical Oh! What a Lovely War (1969). In 1971 he played the role of a young soldier in the BBC's Elizabeth R and also that year he was cast as a travel clerk in The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes. In late 1971 aged 22, he married Margaret Kearnan who gave birth to their daughter Victoria in 1980, they were later divorced in 1995. After series star John Alderton left Please Sir! in 1971, a spinoff series was launched - "The Fenn Street Gang" which focused on the kids after they had left school.
- Malcolm McFee Movies before 2012
- Oh! What a Lovely War 1969