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Paul Daneman

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Paul Daneman (29 October 1925 - 28 April 2001) was an English film, television, theatre and voice actor. Paul Frederick Daneman was born in Islington, London. He attended the Haberdashers' Aske's School and Sir William Borlase's Grammar School in Marlow and studied stage design at Reading University where he joined the dramatic society. After training at RADA he joined Bristol Old Vic, Birmingham Rep and the Old Vic for four years. In August 1955 he created the role of Vladimir in Waiting For Godot, at the Arts Theatre in Westminster. His film credits include: Zulu and Oh! What a Lovely War. Daneman's TV credits include: The Adventures of Robin Hood, Persuasion (1960 series), Danger Man, Out of the Unknown, The Saint, Spy Trap, Blake's 7, The Professionals and Rumpole of the Bailey. The BBC's 1960 landmark production "||An Age of Kings]]," a fifteen part drama that combined Shakespeare's histories of the Kings of England and presented them in chronological order, featured Daneman as Richard III. Daneman played the husband of Wendy Craig in the original series of the popular BBC sitcom Not in Front of the Children before being replaced by Ronald Hines. He also played Bilbo Baggins in the 1968 BBC Radio dramatisation of J. R. R. Tolkien's The Hobbit. While recovering from a heart attack, he wrote the sitcom Affairs of the Heart. In 1995 Daneman published If I Only Had Wings, a novel inspired by his experiences in the Royal Air Force during World War II. Daneman died in 2001 and was buried at East Sheen Cemetery, South West London. Description above from the Wikipedia article Paul Daneman, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ​

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Oct 29, 1925 In London, England, UK
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie Peril for the Guy 1956-01-01
Latest Project:
Movie Thatcher: The Final Days 1991-09-11
Known For
Poster of Tishoo
Poster of BBC Television Shakespeare
Poster of Play of the Month
Poster of The Saint
Movie Thatcher: The Final Days Douglas Hurd 1991-09-11
Series G.B.H. Mervyn Sloan 1991-06-06
Movie Tears in the Rain Lord Richard Bredon 1988-01-01
Movie Roman Holiday King 1987-12-28
Movie The Little Match Girl Mr. Fairbrother 1986-12-28
Movie Theban Plays: Antigone Chorus 1986-09-19
Movie The Two Gentlemen of Verona Duke of Milan 1983-12-27
Movie Tishoo Professor Frank Merrick 1982-03-09
Movie Jessie Matthews 1980-12-23
Series Blake's 7 Dr. Bellfriar 1978-01-02
Series BBC Television Shakespeare Unknown 1978-12-01
Series The Professionals Dawson 1977-12-30
Series Rumpole of the Bailey Unknown 1975-12-17
Series Spy Trap Unknown 1972-03-13
Movie Oh! What a Lovely War Czar Nicholas II 1969-03-10
Series Never A Cross Word Unknown 1968-08-10
Series Journey to the Unknown Unknown 1968-09-26
Movie How I Won the War Skipper 1967-10-18
Series Not in Front of the Children Unknown 1967-05-26
Series Play of the Month Unknown 1965-10-19
Movie Zulu Sgt. Maxfield 1964-01-22
Series Corrigan Blake Unknown 1962-02-02
Movie Locker Sixty-Nine Frank Griffiths 1962-09-01
Series The Saint Dr. Ormsby 1962-10-04
Movie The Clue of the New Pin Unknown 1961-02-01
Movie The Fourth Square Unknown 1961-06-01
Series Persuasion Frederick Wentworth 1960-12-30
Series Emma George Knightley 1960-02-26
Series An Age of Kings Unknown 1960-04-28
Series Our Mutual Friend John Rokesmith 1958-11-07
Movie Time Without Pity Brian Stanford 1957-03-21
Movie Peril for the Guy Professor Picton 1956-01-01