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Edwardian Woodward

Edwardian Woodward

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Earlier this year, despite suffering from ill health, he starred as the Rev Frederick Densham in A Congregation of Ghosts. Woodward first made himself known as a prominent stage actor, performing for various repertory companies throughout the British Isles.

Each eligible item is clearly marked with the Own Art logo (please bare with us while we implement this). To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. With this in mind, minor blemishes, surface scratches, manufacturing flaws and a general sense of their age and history are naturally to be expected. There were also roles as F Scott Fitzgerald, the Ghost of Christmas Present (in a 1984 production of A Christmas Carol) and Sherlock Holmes. This bottle likely held infant Gripe Water medicine as this was invented in 1851 by William Woodward, an English pharmacist.After good reviews for his role as Owen Tudor in Rosemary Anne Sisson's The Queen and the Welshman (Edinburgh Festival and Lyric Hammersmith, 1957), and stints in the musical Salad Days and in West End revue, Woodward joined the Memorial Theatre Company at Stratford-on-Avon, for which his roles included Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, Laertes to Michael Redgrave's Hamlet, and Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing.

Then came a stint at Olivier's National Theatre as Flamineo in Webster's The White Devil and as Cyrano de Bergerac at the Old Vic in 1970.Noël Coward once said of him, "He was one of the nicest and most co-operative actors I've ever met or worked with. The subject of This Is Your Life (1955) on two separate occasions, the actor survived two major heart attacks before dying of pneumonia at age 79 on November 16, 2009, in Cornwall, England. Vote up content that is on-topic, within the rules/guidelines, and will likely stay relevant long-term. Prior to purchasing, if you would like further clarification on any item, then we are always happy to help in any way possible.

Woodward had a fine tenor voice, appearing on a number of occasions in The Good Old Days and making a dozen LPs. At the end of the decade, he delivered one of his finest performances in "Breaker Morant" (1980), which made him an international star. Winning a scholarship to Rada enabled Woodward to leave the job he had taken in a sanitary engineer's office. The late 1950s saw him distinguishing himself at Stratford, as Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, and Laertes in Hamlet, then enjoying a popular success in Rattle of a Simple Man, opposite Sheila Hancock, at the Garrick in London in 1962.Language - Regardless of country of origin all tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description. This lovely little English antique bottle, would make the most special of tiny flower vases, perfect for a small display, or to add to a bottle or curio collection. Photograph: Allstar/Sportsphoto Edward Woodward, left, as the uptight police officer Howie with Christopher Lee as Lord Summerisle in The Wicker Man, 1973.

The marriage was dissolved in 1986, and he married secondly, in 1987, Michele Dotrice, daughter of the actor Roy Dotrice and best known for her role as Betty Spencer in Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em; they had a daughter. But he became so closely identified with the part that when the series ended after six years, he had a job to find work in the theatre. Woodward would make fine use of his mastery of the spoken word by putting out a host of audio books. Please be aware that your monitor, tablet, or mobile device may emulate colours/tones differently 'on screen' to that of the actual physical item, all of which are photographed and shown to the best of our abilities. He attended Eccleston Road, Sydenham Road, and E Wallington, as well as Kingston Day Commercial School and Elmwood High School, Hackbridge, all in Surrey.In 1969 and 1970, he was Television Actor of the Year, and Best Actor at the Sun Awards in 1970, 1971 and 1972. Keen on acting since winning a talent competition at the age of five, he joined the repertory company at the Castle Theatre, Farnham, as assistant stage manager and made his professional début in A Kiss for Cinderella (1946).



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