Lockwood West, a British-born actor, found success in the Hollywood movie scene, starring in a variety of films throughout his career. West's career in acting began with his roles in various films like "Private's Progress" (1956) with Richard Attenborough, the Sidney Poitier drama "The Mark of the Hawk" (1958) and "The Man Who Could Cheat Death" (1959). He also appeared in the crime drama "The Running Man" (1963) with Laurence Harvey and the dramatic adaptation "The Leather Boys" (1966) with Rita Tushingham. He kept working in film throughout the sixties and the seventies, starring in the Peter Cook fantastical comedy "Bedazzled" (1967), the suspenseful adaptation "A Dandy in Aspic" (1968) with Laurence Harvey and "One Brief Summer" (1970) with Felicity Gibson. His work around this time also included a part on the TV movie "Jane Eyre" (1970-71). In the latter part of his career, he continued to act in the horror movie "Count Dracula and His Vampire Bride" (1978) with Christopher Lee and the Albert Finney dramatic adaptation "The Dresser" (1983). West last acted in the Nicholas Rowe action movie "Young Sherlock Holmes" (1985). Lockwood West passed away in March 1989 at the age of 84.