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Earl Rhodes (born July 1962) is an English former television and cinema actor, who was active professionally from the mid-1970s to the late 1980s.
Rhodes began his acting career as a juvenile actor, appearing in the film for children The Three of Us (1975), with Dorian Healy and Craig McFarlane.
In the mid-1980s he appeared on British television in several roles. He played the character of 'Jiff' in the mini-series Johnny Jarvis (1983); appeared in the television film Thank You, Mrs. Clinkscales (1984), and played role of 'Kennard', a schoolboy in a television mini-series dramatisation of Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1984). He also acted in the role of 'Ben Golding' in several episodes of the medical soap opera The Practice (1985).
From 2000-2003 Rhodes was the Director of the United Kingdom 'Falun Gong Association'. In 2002 Rhodes was arrested in Beijing, and detained for questioning by the Chinese Police for activities related to the Falun Gong religious movement in China. He was subsequently deported back to the United Kingdom by the Chinese Government.
- Entry for Earl Rhodes' acting career in IMDb (2019). https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0722419/?=ref_=nmbio_nm
- IMDb entry for 'The Three of Us' (1975). https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8174308/
- Entry for Earl Rhodes' acting career in IMDb website (2019). https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0722419/?ref_=nmbio_nm
- Credits for Earl Rhodes as a television production technician in IMDb (2019). https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2896587/
- 'Britons detained in China', Daily Telegraph, 14 February 2002. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/1384838/Britons-detained-in-China.html
- 'Falun Gong Britons expelled from China', B.B.C. News, 15 February 2002. https://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/1819803.stm