Clive Mantle Poster


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Overview (2)

Born in Barnet, Hertfordshire, England, UK
Height 6' 5½" (1.97 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Clive Mantle was born in Barnet, Hertfordshire. He was a chorister in St. John's choir, Cambridge for four years, and a member of the National Youth Theatre for five years, appearing in a total of eleven productions. He trained at R.A.D.A. and has worked steadily in films, plays and television. He is best known for playing Little John in Robin Of Sherwood and Mike Barratt in Casualty and Holby City.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Christine Haire <ChrisRHood@aol.com>

Spouse (2)

Carla Mendonça (24 February 2016 - present)
Zoe (1992 - 2013) (divorced) (1 child)

Trivia (7)

Info. and pictures of Clive can be found on the Robin of Sherwood Homepage http://www.interport.net/~logomanc/ros.html
Info. and pictures of Clive can be gotten from the Official Robin of Sherwood Fan Club, SASE or IRC to Spirit of Sherwood, 1276 W. Marshall, Ferndale, MI 48220, USA. Or Email: ChrisRHood@aol.com
Clive attended Kimbolton School in Cambridgeshire from 1970-1975.
Played the first Nuclear Man in Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987). The whole part was left on the cutting room floor.
Cousin of actor John Hallam.
He was awarded the Laurence Olivier Theatre Award in 1986 (1985 season) for Most Promising Newcomer for his performance in Of Mice and Men.
As well as appearing as the subject on 'this is your life' in 1996; Clive made his TV debut in 1978 as a guest on 'this is your life' when Michael croft, founder/ director of the national youth theatre was the subject.

Personal Quotes (3)

[Talking about life after Robin of Sherwood] "We still get together once a year. Not just the cast but also the directors, producer, props guys, it's like a family! I think the key to part of the series' success was that this great camaraderie came across on screen."
Height is a very strange thing. If you're literally playing the milkman or the butler or something like that, they'll all think, "Now why is the butler so big? There must be a reason -- ah, he's gonna come back later and kill somebody." Then, you don't. It worries an audience in a strange way if someone my height is playing a small part.
I was an actor who needed drama school. I used to be so excited about being on stage that I would just run down to the front and shout; they had to knock that out of me. Physically, just being six-foot-five-and-a-half, I'm not one of life's gazelles. But having said that, I was made aware that I can be gazelle-like if I so choose. If I hadn't been to drama school, I would have just slouched around and bent over double and apologized for my height.

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