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FactWas offered the role of Borusa in Doctor Who: The Five Doctors.

Quilly is an American rapper from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is best known for his song “Trap Queen”, which peaked at number two on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Born on May 31, 1992, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Quilly was raised in the city’s North Philadelphia neighborhood. His parents were both drug addicts, and he was often left to fend for himself. As a result, he turned to a life of crime at an early age. He was first arrested at the age of 13 for stealing a car. He would go on to be arrested multiple times for various offenses, including drug possession and gun possession.

Despite his criminal record, Quilly was able to turn his life around and find success as a rapper. In 2014, he released his debut mixtape, Quilly. The mixtape was a success, and it led to him being signed by Atlantic Records. In 2015, he released his second mixtape, Trap Queen. The mixtape’s title track became a breakout hit, peaking at number two on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song’s success helped Quilly gain a wider audience, and he has since released several more mixtapes and singles.

As of 2021, Quilly’s net worth is estimated to be $4 million. He has earned most of his wealth from his music career. He has released several successful mixtapes and singles, and he has toured extensively. In addition to his music career, Quilly has also appeared in a few films and television shows.

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1On being awarded the OBE in 2002: I feel honoured and delighted...50 years of pure pleasure. I'm just glad it came before it's too late.


1Was offered the role of Borusa in Doctor Who: The Five Doctors.
2Was offered the role of Cheif Caretaker in Doctor Who Paradrise Towers.
3Starred in 2 movies about Agatha Christie's famous detective Hercule Poirot, Murder On The Orient Express (1974) and Evil Under The Sun (1982).
4Autobiography; "Happiness Indeed"
5He was awarded the Laurence Olivier Theatre Award in 2000 (1999 season) for Best Supporting Performance in a Musical for his role in Candide performed at the Royal National Theatre, Olivier Stage.
6He was awarded the Olivier Award for his comedic stage performance in "Privates on Parade" in 1977, then won again a few years later as the musical Demon Barber of Fleet Street, "Sweeney Todd.".
7He played the flute and the cello.
8He was awarded O.B.E. (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2002 Queen's New Years Honours List for his services to Drama.




Sir Bernard's Stately Homes1999TV SeriesArchbishop
Cleopatra1999TV Mini-SeriesNegotiator Senator
Dennis the Menace1996TV SeriesSlasher Brown
The Marriage of Figaro1995TV Mini-SeriesBartolo
Storia di una capinera1993Baron Cesaro
Great Performances1992TV SeriesLord Curzon
Rich Tea and Sympathy1991TV SeriesGeorge Rudge
Tonight at 8.301991TV SeriesJasper
Mister Johnson1990Bulteen
A Wanted Man1989TV MovieSenior Detective
The Shell Seekers1989TV MovieCosmo
Cassidy1989TV MovieMarius Melville
After the War1989TV Mini-SeriesNed Corman
The Return of Sherlock Holmes1988TV SeriesDr Leon Sterndale
Christmas Night with the Two Ronnies1987TV MovieThe Cat
The Two Ronnies1987TV SeriesBar Customer: Pinocchio II Segment
The Bretts1987TV SeriesGuy Vere
Screenplay1987TV SeriesDet. Chief Insp. Burrows
Foreign Body1986Prime Minister
Murder of a Moderate Man1985TV Mini-SeriesMorgan Hunter-Brown
A.D.1985TV Mini-SeriesPeter
King David1985Samuel
Memed My Hawk1984Rejeb
In Performance1983TV SeriesJupiter Napoleon III
Privates on Parade1983Acting Captain Terri Dennis
Number 101983TV Mini-SeriesWilliam Ewart Gladstone
Saturday Night Thriller1982TV SeriesCarter
Evil Under the Sun1982Kenneth Marshall
Tales of the Unexpected1981TV SeriesCaptain Waterhouse
Maybury1981TV SeriesHuston
Masada1981TV Mini-SeriesGeneral Marcus Quadratus Gen. Marcus Quadratus
Honky Tonk Heroes1981TV SeriesLamaar Parker
The Crucible1980TV MovieReverend Parris
Oresteia1979TV Mini-SeriesAgamemnon
People Like Us1978TV Mini-SeriesThe Great Eugene
Clayhanger1976TV SeriesGeorge Cannon
Death of an Informer1976TV MovieThe special branch officer
Churchill's People1975TV SeriesKing Charles II
You're on Your Own1975TV SeriesJohn Ryder
In This House of Brede1975TV MovieSir Richard
Murder on the Orient Express1974Antonio Foscarelli
The Black Windmill1974Bateson
ITV Saturday Night Theatre1973TV SeriesJames 'Jamie' Tyrone Jr.
Take Three Girls1971TV SeriesJim Kirk
Timeslip1970-1971TV SeriesCommander Charles Traynor
Softly Softly: Task Force1971TV SeriesJack Taylor
Dixon of Dock Green1965-1971TV SeriesJohn Richard Everitt / Dusty Miller
The Borderers1970TV SeriesJohnstone of Drumrig
Anne of the Thousand Days1969Weston
Mogul1969TV SeriesReg Whitmore
Contrabandits1967-1968TV SeriesChief Inspector Ted Hallam
The Avengers1966TV SeriesGroup Capt. Miles
Life at the Top1965Ben
The Man in Room 171965TV SeriesHuston
Gaslight Theatre1965TV SeriesEdward Middleton
Undermind1965TV SeriesProfessor Val Randolph
No Hiding Place1964TV SeriesDavid Sharp
Story Parade1964TV SeriesMike Weller
Benbow Was His Name1964TV MovieRutland
Festival1964TV SeriesTempter / Knight
Armchair Theatre1963TV SeriesDick Sothers
The Desperate People1963TV SeriesLarry Martin
The Father1962TV MovieDr. Ostermark
The Magic of Music1961TV SeriesHost (1967)
Dancers in Mourning1959TV SeriesJimmy Sutane
World Theatre1959TV Mini-SeriesLandolph
The Vise1957-1959TV SeriesRalph / Bluey / Minter / ...
Saturday Playhouse1958TV SeriesPaul Latimer
The Press Gang1956TV ShortJack Hardy
A Girl Called Jo1956TV MovieLaurie
The Straker Special1956TV Movie
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre1955TV SeriesBassanio
The March of the Peasants1952TV SeriesJohn Shandwick
The Black Arrow1951TV SeriesRichard Shelton


Larry and Vivien: The Oliviers in Love2001TV Movie documentaryHimself - Interviewee
Noel's Telly Years1997TV SeriesHimself
Joy to the World1996TV MovieHimself
This Is Your Life1986-1992TV Series documentaryHimself
Without Walls1992TV Series documentaryHimself
BAFTA British Academy Awards1989TV SpecialHimself
The Healing Arts1986TV Series documentaryHimself - Narrator
Omnibus1981TV Series documentaryHimself
Night of One Hundred Stars1980TV MovieHimself
Call My Bluff1978TV SeriesHimself
Night of 100 Stars1977TV SpecialHimself

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The Agatha Christie Code2005TV Movie documentaryCaptain Kenneth Marshall
Great Performances1993TV SeriesCandide (from 'Candide')
The Making of Agatha Christie's 'Evil Under the Sun'1982TV Short documentaryHimself / Captain Kenneth Marshall

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