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Richard Warwick

Richard Warwick (born Richard Carey Winter) was an English actor, on screen, stage and television. He made his film debut in Franco Zeffirelli's 1968 adaptation of "Romeo and Juliet" and went on to star in such films as Lindsay Anderson's "If..."; "Nicholas and Alexandra" and "Sebastiane". On television, he played prominent roles in the sitcom "Please Sir!" and "A Fine Romance", opposite Dame Judi Dench. In his obituary for The Daily Telegraph, director Lindsay Anderson was quoted as remarking, "I never met a young actor like Richard! Without a touch of vanity, completely natural yet always concentrated, he illumines every frame of the film in which he appears."


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Born:
Apr 29, 1945 In Meopham, Kent, England, UK
Movie/TV Credits:
19
First Appeared:
In the series The Wednesday Play 1964-09-30
Latest Project:
Movie Jane Eyre 1996-02-09
Known For
Poster of Hill Street Blues
Poster of The Tempest
Poster of Sebastiane
Poster of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Filmography
Movie Jane Eyre John 1996-02-09
Movie White Hunter, Black Heart Basil Fields 1990-09-14
Movie Hamlet Bernardo 1990-12-19
Movie My Favorite Year Technical Director 1982-10-01
Series Hill Street Blues Unknown 1981-01-15
Series A Fine Romance Unknown 1981-11-01
Movie The Tempest Antonio, his brother 1979-09-13
Movie Black Sun Tornilla, police sergeant 1978-09-09
Movie Sebastiane Justin 1976-12-17
Movie Confessions of a Pop Performer Petal 1975-01-01
Series The Shadow of the Tower 1972-01-06
Movie Alice's Adventures in Wonderland 7 of Spades 1972-01-01
Movie Nicholas and Alexandra Grand Duke Dmitry 1971-11-29
Movie The Breaking of Bumbo Bumbo Bailey 1970-09-28
Movie First Love Lt. Belovzorov 1970-10-07
Series The First Churchills Unknown 1969-09-27
Movie Romeo and Juliet Gregory 1968-04-02
Series Out of the Unknown Unknown 1965-10-04
Series The Wednesday Play Unknown 1964-09-30
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