He acted in Rene Fauchois and Williams' play, "The Late Christopher Bean," at the St. James' Theatre in London, England with Edith Evans, Louise Hampton, Barry K. Byrnes, and Frederick Leister in the cast.
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Sir Cedrick Hardwicke | Sir Cedric Hardwicke
5' 9" (1.75 m)
Did You Know?
The director's tricks are accomplished by converting plays into spectacles of love, landscape, and lust, and the actors into puppets. Unhappily, a lot of young actors and actresses are destroyed in the process. They are drilled to perfection in a single role, while the director tries to produce performances by direction alone. As a result, they may be ruined for anything beyond the single role.
Hardwicke was a favorite of George Bernard Shaw
, having made notable appearances in the playwright's "The Apple Cart," "Too True To Be Good," and "Caesar and Cleopatra
(1945)." Shaw initially referred to Hardwicke as his fifth favorite actor, the other four being the Marx Brothers. Later, he referred to him as his fourth favorite actor, presumably after Zeppo retired from the act.
Rich, resonant voice