He acted in Christopher Fry's play, "A Sleep of Prisoners," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.
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5' 10" (1.78 m)
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I thought, "Yes, Rich [Richard Burton
] has gone a little further than usual, but he's going to be his old self again before long. Oh, what a fool he made of us. Well, not really us. Only himself . . . I loved Rich very much, and thank God we became friends again, but I didn't like what he did to Sybil. He lost himself when he met Elizabeth Taylor
Awarded a knighthood in Harold Wilson
's resignation Honour's List in June 1976. At the time his knighthood was announced, Baker thought he had beaten his lung cancer following surgery in February of that year. However, although the tumour in his lung had been removed, it had spread into his chest and attached itself to his heart. Since no further surgery was possible, he had only a maximum of ...
Often played tough working class characters