He acted in Ray Cooney and John Roy Chapman's play, "Not Now Darling," at the Strand Theatre in London, England with Bernard Cribbins, Brian Wilde, Jill Melford, Mary Kenton, and Carmel McSharry in the cast. Patrick Cargill was director.
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Sir Donald Sinden CBE | Sir Donald Sinden
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When I meet people they say "I thought you put that voice on for TV". But you can't put on a voice like this - you're just lumbered with it.
When he first became a stage actor, his speaking voice was comparatively high-pitched so he had voice coaching to lower it and make it more imposing and sonorous. When he later started acting in films, his modified voice was too deep for the young parts that he was auditioning for, so he had further voice coaching to raise it about an octave. His present voice is pitched somewhere between these ...
rich deep sonorous voice