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by John Le Masurier
Author: John Le Masurier
Publisher: Paul; First Edition edition (1972)
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John Le Mesurier (/lə ˈmɛʒərə/, born John Elton Le Mesurier Halliley; 5 April 1912 – 15 November 1983) was an English actor. He is perhaps best remembered for his comedic role as Sergeant Arthur Wilson in the BBC television situation comedy Dad's Army (1968–77). A self-confessed "jobbing actor", Le Mesurier appeared in more than 120 films across a range of genres, normally in smaller supporting parts.
John Le Masurier (July 24, 1917 – August 31, 2014) was a British athletics coach who was best known for coaching three-time Olympic medalist Mary Rand who he connected with in 1958. He also coached sprinter Dave Segal, Chris Carter and Diane Leather, who earlier had become the first woman to break five minutes for the mile. Le Masurier was also coach of the Great Britain team at the Olympic Games between 1960 and 1976.
Athletics coach who masterminded Mary Rand’s Olympic gold in 1964. September 9 2014, 1:00am, The Times. Rand, third from left, runs in the hurdles in the pentathlon at the 1964 BIS. John Le Masurier was one of Britain’s most renowned athletics coaches and trained a host of international competitors. His most notable success came with Mary Rand, who won the Olympic long jump title - and set a world record in the process - in Tokyo in 1964.