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Henry Barnard (1921–2002)

Henry Barnard was born on March 1, 1921 in Birmingham, Alabama, USA. He was an actor, known for Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961), The Greatest Gift (1954) and Studio One in Hollywood (1948). He died on November 28, 2002 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Breakfast at Tiffany's
(1961)
The Greatest Gift
The Greatest Gift Peter Blake (1954-1955)
(1954)
Studio One in Hollywood
Studio One in Hollywood Chambers / Lucentio
(1950-1953)

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 1961 Breakfast at Tiffany's
Party Guest (uncredited)
 1959 Playhouse 90 (TV Series)
The Secretary
- The Rank and File (1959) ... The Secretary
 1954 The Greatest Gift (TV Series)
Peter Blake (1954-1955)
 1950-1953 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
Chambers / Lucentio
- The Trial of John Peter Zenger (1953) ... Chambers
 1952 The Amazing Mr. Malone (TV Series)
 1951 Lights Out (TV Series)
- To See Ourselves (1951)
 1949-1951 The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse (TV Series)
- The Visitors (1951)
- Enter Madame (1949)
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Other Works:

Home of the Brave (1945). Drama. Written by Arthur Laurents. Directed by Michael Gordon. Belasco Theatre: 27 Dec 1945- 23 Feb 1946 (69 performances). As "Finch." Cast: Alan Baxter, Kendall Clark, Eduard Franz, Russell Hardie, Joseph Pevney. Produced by Lee Sabinson. See more »
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Stage actor; performed on Broadway from 1942-1957. Barnard ended his Broadway career in the original production of "Inherit the Wind" (1955) as the replacement to Perry Fiske as Harry Y. Esterbrook.

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