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Patrick Hannaway

Patrick Hannaway is an actor, known for Mrs Brown (1997), A Bridge Too Far (1977) and The Trial of Tony Blair (2007). See full bio »

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Known For

Mrs Brown
Mrs Brown Journalists
(1997)
A Bridge Too Far
(1977)
The Trial of Tony Blair
The Trial of Tony Blair Chequers Steward
(2007)
Solid Air
Solid Air Interviewer 1
(2003)

Filmography

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 2007 The Trial of Tony Blair (TV Movie)
Chequers Steward
 2003 Little Clumps of Hair (Short)
Landlord
 2003 Solid Air
Interviewer 1
 2001 Sword of Honour (TV Movie)
Drill sergeant
 1998 Inspector Morse (TV Series)
Dr. Willis
- The Wench Is Dead (1998) ... Dr. Willis
 1997 Mrs Brown
Journalists
 1994 Crime Story (TV Series)
Det. Sgt. Finlayson
- Stedul: The Yugoslav Hitman (1994) ... Det. Sgt. Finlayson
 1990 Silent Scream
Brixton Prison Officer - 1963, Brixton, Soho
 1990 Taggart (TV Series)
Mark Hamilton
- Evil Eye (1990) ... Mark Hamilton
 1982 BBC2 Playhouse (TV Series)
Sergeant Barry
- How Many Miles to Babylon? (1982) ... Sergeant Barry
 1979 BBC2 Play of the Week (TV Series)
McInally
- In England's Green and Pleasant Land (1979) ... McInally
 1978 The Sweeney (TV Series)
Bernie
- Messenger of the Gods (1978) ... Bernie
 1977 A Bridge Too Far
Soldier
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Giles Havergal's stage adaptation of Graham Greene's novel, "Travels with My Aunt," in a Citizens' Company Glasgow Production at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Giles Havergal, Gavin Mitchell, and Derwent Watson in the cast. Giles Havergal and Jon Pope were directors. See more »

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