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Richard Stilgoe

Richard Stilgoe was born on March 28, 1943 in Camberley, Surrey, England as Richard Henry Simpson Stilgoe. He is an actor, known for Countdown (1982), The Phantom of the Opera (2004) and The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall (2011). See full bio »
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 1995 Call up the Stars (TV Movie)
Western Brothers
 1981 A Kick Up the Eighties (TV Series)
Various Roles (1981)
 1976 Our Mutual Friend (TV Mini-Series)
Mr. Boots
- Episode #1.4 (1976) ... Mr. Boots
- Episode #1.1 (1976) ... Mr. Boots
 1971-1972 A Class by Himself (TV Series)
Barnaby Locke
- The Bath Chap (1972) ... Barnaby Locke
- The Servant Problem (1972) ... Barnaby Locke
- Guess Who's Coming to Lunch? (1972) ... Barnaby Locke
- Restoration Comedy (1972) ... Barnaby Locke
- The Bleasham Memoirs (1972) ... Barnaby Locke
 1969 The Wednesday Play (TV Series)
Journalist
- The Fabulous Frump (1969) ... Journalist
 1967 The White Rabbit (TV Mini-Series)
Squadron leader
 1967 Theatre 625 (TV Series)
Desmond
- The Fantasist (1967) ... Desmond
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Other Works:

He acted in David Heneker's musical, "Jorrocks," at the New Theatre in London, England with Joss Ackland, Paul Eddington, Willoughby Goddard, Thelma Ruby, and Gay Soper in the cast. Val May was director.
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Has been nominated for Broadway's Tony Award three times: in 1987 as Best Score, his lyrics to Andrew Lloyd Webber's music, for "Starlight Express;" and twice in 1988, as Best Book (Musical), again with Webber, and as Best Score, with Webber as well as co-lyricist Charles Hart, for "The Phantom of the Opera." See more »

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