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Richard Moore
2003033011 - THE ARABIAN GULF, March 21 (UPI) -- An acoustic influence mine, among more than five-dozen weapons found by Coalition Maritime Interdiction Operation and Vessel Board Search and Seizure teams carefully camouflaged inside a shipping barge or as oil barrels on deck. The shipping barge was intercepted and inspected by the MIO and VBSS teams from the patrol craft USS Chinook (PC 9) in the early hours of the U.S.-led war on Iraq. mh/U.S. Navy/Richard Moore. UPI.

Richard Moore (born 1934) is an English actor known for playing Jarvis Skelton on ITV's Emmerdale from 2002-2005.

Moore was born and lived in Burnley, Lancashire during his early life. He initially worked as a photographer for the Burnley Express, while being involved with a amateur dramatics group which also included Malcolm Hebden, called The Highcliffe Players. He went on to train at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Moore is a keen Burnley F.C. supporter, even sneeking club paraphernalia onto the Emmerdale set.

After Drama School, Moore spent more than 10 years with The Royal Shakespeare Company.

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