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William Hutt (1920–2007)

William Hutt was born on May 2, 1920 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada as William Ian DeWitt Hutt. He was an actor, known for Great Performances (1971), The Statement (2003) and Folio (1955). He died on June 27, 2007 in Stratford, Ontario. See full bio »
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Known For

Great Performances
Great Performances James Tyrone
(1995)
The Statement
The Statement Le Moyne
(2003)
Folio
Folio Gloumov, the Scoundrel / Nicholas Ivanov / Rakitin
(1956-1959)
Slings and Arrows
(2006)

Filmography

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 2008 The Trojan Horse (TV Mini-Series)
Miles Fortnum
 2006 Slings and Arrows (TV Series)
Charles
 2003 The Statement
Le Moyne
 2000 Twice in a Lifetime (TV Series)
Lionel
 1998 Emily of New Moon (TV Series)
Reverend Pitch
 1995 Great Performances (TV Series)
James Tyrone
 1987 Much Ado About Nothing (TV Movie)
Leonato
 1984 Covergirl
Alton Cockridge
 1983 The Wars
Mr. Ross
 1982 The Elephant Man (TV Movie)
Bishop How
 1979 The Shape of Things to Come
Lomax (voice)
 1975 The First Night of 'Pygmalion' (TV Movie)
George Bernard Shaw
 1974 The Naked Mind (TV Series)
 1974 The National Dream: Building the Impossible Railway (TV Mini-Series documentary)
John A. Macdonald
 1973 The Starlost (TV Series)
Dr. Pete Marshall
 1968 The Fixer
The Tzar
 1966 Henry V (TV Movie)
Chorus
 1961-1964 Festival (TV Series)
Uncle Vanya / Inquisitor / James (segment "The Collection") / ...
 1964 The Wayne and Shuster Hour (TV Series)
 1962 Cyrano De Bergerac (TV Movie)
Le Bret
 1962 Playdate (TV Series)
The Interrogator
 1955-1961 Encounter (TV Series)
Serge / Heathcliff / Harbon / ...
 1960/III Macbeth (TV Movie)
Ross
 1960 ITV Television Playhouse (TV Series)
Lemesle
 1959-1960 Startime (TV Series)
Edward Chamberlayne
 1956-1959 Folio (TV Series)
Nicholas Ivanov / Rakitin / Gloumov, the Scoundrel
 1958 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
General Galway
 1958 On Camera (TV Series)
Conrad
 1957 Oedipus Rex
Chorus Leader
 1956 The Hill (TV Movie)
 1955 First Performance (TV Series)
 1955 Scope (TV Series)
Bernardo
 1955 Playbill (TV Series)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Ben Jonson's play, "The Alchemist," at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, Sussex, England with Edward Atienza, James Booth, Dora Bryan, Richard Kane, and John Standing in the cast. Peter Dews was director. See more »

Height:

6' 2" (1.88 m)
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Personal Quote:

People sometimes come up to me to say, "You were so good as ....," and I think, "Oh, this time, please let it be Lear, or Prospero, or James Tyrone [in "Long Day's Journey into Night"]," but no, it's always, "I absolutely loved you as .... Lady Bracknell [in "The Importance of Being Earnest"]." (from a 2005 interview with CBC News)

Trivia:

After 39 years at the Stratford Festival in Canada, Hutt has announced that this season will be his last. His final appearance will be in Shakespeare's "The Tempest" in the role of Prospero. See more »

Star Sign:

Taurus

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