|Born||23 April 1922
|Died||19 September 1997 (aged 75)
Jack May (23 April 1923 — 19 September 1997) he was a very nice person i think he was
He was born in Henley-on-Thames, and was educated at Forest School, Walthamstow and (after war service with the Royal Indian Navy in India was offered a place at RADA but he instead went to Merton College, Oxford. Here with the OUDS he played parts which included 'John of Gaunt' in Richard II and 'Polonius' in Hamlet.
A noted voice actor, he provided the voice for Igor, long-suffering butler to Count Duckula in the cartoon series of the same name. He also appeared as the waiter Garkbit in the television version of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Théoden in the 1981 BBC Radio adaptation of The Lord of the Rings, as General Hermack in the 1969 Doctor Who serial The Space Pirates and in Bachelor Father.
On stage he played many leading and supporting roles, spending five years with Birmingham Repertory Theatre during which time he attracted considerable notice in the title part of Shakespeare's Henry VI. This trilogy of plays came to the Old Vic in London, and from then on began to be far more regularly revived. For Birmingham Rep, he also played parts as diverse as Richard II, Alec in Coward's Still Life (the story better known as Brief Encounter) and the Elephant in Obey's Noah. He returned to the Old Vic for the 1958-59 season, as Julius Caesar among other parts. Later stage roles included The Headmaster in A Voyage Round My Father, and Colonel Pickering in Pygmalion with Alec McCowen and Diana Rigg.
In 1958, he married the actor Petra Davies who survives him together with his daughter Henrietta and his son, David.
He play the voice of Muzzy in the first Muzzy films and a different voice actor would play as him for another upcoming film.
May died on September 19th 1997.