Keith Buckley was a young British utility actor who came into films from the stage in the mid 1960s. He was seen in such costume dramas as King and Country (1964), Alfred the Great (1968) and Attack on the Iron Coast (1968). International exposure came to Buckley with such blockbusters as The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and The Eagle Has Landed (1977). In 1967, the actor was a regular on the British TV anthology Stories of Arthur Conan Doyle; four years later, he played Henry Morgan Stanley (of "Stanley and Livingstone" fame) on the BBC miniseries Search for the Nile, which was networkcast in America in early 1972. Still on call in the 1980s, Keith Buckley showed up with third billing (right behind Michael Caine and Sigourney Weaver) as "Hugo Van Arkaday" in the British/American coproduction Half Moon Street (1986).