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Richard Warwick (I) (1945–1997)


Richard Warwick was born on April 29, 1945 in Kent, England as Richard Carey Winter. He was an actor, known for If.... (1968), Romeo and Juliet (1968) and Hamlet (1990). He died on December 16, 1997 in St John's Wood, London, England. See full bio »

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Known For

If....
If.... Wallace: Crusaders
(1968)
Romeo and Juliet
(1968)
Hamlet
Hamlet Bernardo
(1990)
White Hunter Black Heart
White Hunter Black Heart Basil Fields, British Partner
(1990)

Filmography

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 1996 Jane Eyre
John
 1990 Hamlet
Bernardo
 1990 White Hunter Black Heart
Basil Fields, British Partner
 1984 Johnny Dangerously
Prisoner
 1981-1984 A Fine Romance (TV Series)
Phil
- Happy Ever After? (1984) ... Phil
- A Romantic Meal (1984) ... Phil
- A Weekend Away (1984) ... Phil
- In Hiding (1984) ... Phil
 1983 No Excuses (TV Series)
Mike
- They're Onto Us (1983) ... Mike
- Little Actress (1983) ... Mike
 1982 My Favorite Year
Technical Director
 1980 Very Like a Whale (TV Movie)
Party guest
 1979 BBC2 Playhouse (TV Series)
R.D. Jackson
- School Play (1979) ... R.D. Jackson
 1979 The Tempest
Antonio, his brother
 1978 Black Sun
Tornilla
 1977 Miss Jones and Son (TV Series)
Matthew
- And Father Came Too (1977) ... Matthew
 1976 The Expert (TV Series)
Donald Lamborbey
- Inheritance (1976) ... Donald Lamborbey
 1975 Quiller (TV Series)
Wentworth
- The Thin Red Line (1975) ... Wentworth
 1975 Oil Strike North (TV Series)
Pete Webber
- First Lion (1975) ... Pete Webber
 1975 Confessions of a Pop Performer
Petal - Kipper
 1973 Warship (TV Series)
Lieutenant Parry
- A Standing and Jumping War (1973) ... Lieutenant Parry
- Subsmash (1973) ... Lieutenant Parry
- The Prize (1973) ... Lieutenant Parry
 1971 Out of the Unknown (TV Series)
Alec
- The Shattered Eye (1971) ... Alec
 1971 The Last of the Mohicans (TV Mini-Series)
Uncas
- Part 8 (1971) ... Uncas
- Part 7 (1971) ... Uncas
- Part 6 (1971) ... Uncas
- Part 5 (1971) ... Uncas
- Part 4 (1971) ... Uncas
 1970 The Breaking of Bumbo
Bumbo
 1970 ITV Saturday Night Theatre (TV Series)
Don Robson
- Slattery's Mounted Foot (1970) ... Don Robson
 1969 The First Churchills (TV Mini-Series)
Francis Godolphin
- Not Without Honour (1969) ... Francis Godolphin
- Breaking the Circle (1969) ... Francis Godolphin
- A Famous Victory (1969) ... Francis Godolphin
- Reconciliation (1969) ... Francis Godolphin
 1969 Plays of Today (TV Series)
Robert Ross
- The English Boy (1969) ... Robert Ross
 1968 If....
Wallace: Crusaders
 1967-1968 ITV Playhouse (TV Series)
Trevor / Peter Baxter
- Your Name's Not God, It's Edgar (1968) ... Trevor
- I Love You Miss Patterson (1967) ... Peter Baxter
 1968 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
Terry
- Recount (1968) ... Terry
 1968 Half Hour Story (TV Series)
Mike Hamilton
- The Casting Session (1968) ... Mike Hamilton

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He acted in Terence Rattigan's play, "In Praise of Love", at the Duchess Theatre in London, England with Donald Sinden, Joan Greenwood and Don Fellows in the cast. John Dexter was the director. See more »
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British film and television actor, whose career was harmed by the commercial and critical failure of the 1970 comedy "The Breaking of Bumbo". Afterwards, he found leading roles hard to come by, but attained a measure of popularity through recurring TV appearances in sitcoms like "Please, Sir!". Died of AIDS.

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