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Richard Hearne (1908–1979)

Richard Hearne was born on January 30, 1908 in Norwich, Norfolk, England as Richard Lewis Hearne. He was an actor and writer, known for The Time of His Life (1955), Tons of Trouble (1956) and Just for Fun (1947). He was married to Yvonne Hearne. He died on August 23, 1979 in Bearsted, Kent, England. See full bio »

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 1973 Men of Affairs (TV Series)
The Waiter
- Half a Dozen of the Other (1973) ... The Waiter
 1963 The King's Breakfast (Short)
1st Footman
 1960 Wir machen Musik (TV Movie)
 1957 Highland Fling (TV Series)
Billy McQuirtle
- Going Concern (1957) ... Billy McQuirtle
- Castle Plot (1957) ... Billy McQuirtle
- Journey to View (1957) ... Billy McQuirtle
- Vacant Possession (1957) ... Billy McQuirtle
- Desirable Residence (1957) ... Billy McQuirtle
 1955 Val Parnell's Sunday Night at the London Palladium (TV Series)
Baron
- Cinderella (1955) ... Baron (as Richard 'Mr. Pastry' Hearne)
 1952 Miss Robin Hood
Henry Wrigley
 1952 What a Husband (Short)
Mr. Pastry
 1951 Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N.
Polwheal (Hornblower's Batman)
 1951 For the Children (TV Series)
Mr. Pastry
 1950 Something in the City
Mr. Ningle
 1949 Passport to Pimlico
Nighttime Drunk on Bike (uncredited)
 1948 Woman Hater
Reveller (uncredited)
 1948 One Night with You
Station Master
 1947 Just for Fun (TV Movie)
Mr. Pastry
 1946 Paging You (TV Series) (1947-1948)
 1943 The Butler's Dilemma
Rodney Playfair
 1943 Miss London Ltd.
Commodore Joshua Wellington
 1939 Take Two Eggs (TV Short)
 1938 Bath H&C (TV Short)
 1938 S-s-s-h! The Wife! (TV Short)
The Husband
 1938 Moving Furniture (TV Short)
 1937 Millions
Jimmy Forbes
 1937 Splinters in the Air
Sgt. Hearne
 1936 Give Her a Ring
Drunk
 1935 No Monkey Business
Charlie
 1935 Dance Band
Acrobatic Drunk
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Other Works:

He acted in the musical, "Blue for a Boy," at His Majesty's Theatre in London, England with Aud Johansen, Austin Melford, Bertha Belmore, Eve Lister, and Fred Emney in the cast. See more »

Alternate Names:

Richard 'Mr. Pastry' Hearne | Mr. Pastry
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Trivia:

His father was a circus clown and acrobat. His grandfather was a groom at Sanger's Circus. Richard himself took on the family tradition and became an acrobat, working for a while at Chipperfield Circus. He was proud of having learned 49 different ways of falling down ! He was also successful as a comedian, actor, writer and dancer. See more »

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