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David William (I) (1926–2010)

David William was born on June 24, 1926 in London, England as David Williams. He was an actor, known for The Alchemist (1961), The Spread of the Eagle (1963) and An Age of Kings (1960). He died on July 28, 2010. See full bio »


(age 84)

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Known For

The Alchemist
The Alchemist Ananias, a Deacon
The Spread of the Eagle
The Spread of the Eagle Octavius Caesar
An Age of Kings
An Age of Kings King Richard II
Androcles and the Lion


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 1983 The Old Men at the Zoo (TV Series)
- The Year of the Yeti (1983) ... Blanchard-Whyte
 1968 ITV Playhouse (TV Series)
Dr. Ostermark
- The Father (1968) ... Dr. Ostermark
 1966 Mogul (TV Series)
John Bartlett
- Out of Your Evil Dream (1966) ... John Bartlett
 1963 Festival (TV Series)
Mr. Martin
- The Bald Prima Donna (1963) ... Mr. Martin
 1963 The Desperate People (TV Series)
Thomas Quayle
- Episode #1.2 (1963) ... Thomas Quayle
 1961 ITV Television Playhouse (TV Series)
Hugh Rudge
- The Jackpot Question (1961) ... Hugh Rudge
 1961 The Alchemist (TV Movie)
Ananias, a Deacon
 1960 Androcles and the Lion (TV Mini-Series)
- Episode #1.2 (1960) ... Lentulus
- Episode #1.1 (1960) ... Lentulus

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(May 21 to July 18, 1971) He directed Joe Orton's play, "What The Butler Saw," in an The Arena Stage Theatre production at the Kreeger Theater in Washington D.C. See more »

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(1990-1993) Artistic Director of Canada's Stratford Festival

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