His career was at its most successful in the 1960s, with a string of leading roles in science fiction films, including The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961), First Men in the Moon (1964), and Island of Terror (1966). Even though his roles in these classic science fiction films were highly praised by audiences and critics alike, his greatest exposure within the mainstream came with the 1975 "Think Once, Think Twice, Think Bike" campaign. Very little is known of his life after the 1970's. He was heard in an episode of the BBC Radio comedy 'Drop Me Here, Darling', starring Leslie Phillips, in 1983, and the BBC radio play 'Philadelphia Moonshine' in 1985. As of 1990, he lived in a hotel in Wimbledon and was a credit officer for a Canadian Investment bank. It was believed he died in Wimbledon in July 2004, homeless but this has since been proved incorrect. Apparently, he now lives at a retirement home in Mitcham.
During the 1970s and 1980s Edward Judd, better known as Eddie, was a highly respected voice over used on many main stream commercials recorded in the recording studios in London's Soho. He was married to actress Norma Ronald.