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Wynford Vaughan-Thomas (1908–1987)

Wynford Vaughan-Thomas was born on August 15, 1908 in Swansea, Pembrokeshire, Wales. He was an actor and writer, known for The Dragon Has Two Tongues: A History of the Welsh (1985), Investiture of His Royal Highness Prince Charles as Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester (1969) and Anzio (1968). He died on February 4, 1987. See full bio »


(age 78)

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 1973 Men of Affairs (TV Series)
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- Brick Dropping (1973) ... The announcer
 1961 BBC Sunday-Night Play (TV Series)
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- A Call on Kuprin: Part 1 (1961) ... Radio Commentator
 1955 John and Julie
 1950 Master of Arts (TV Movie)
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Novel: "Anzio" (filmed as Anzio (1968))

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Welsh BBC broadcaster and author of books about the history and topography of Wales. A famous wartime correspondent, he was awarded an OBE.

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