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Braham Murray (1943–2018)

Braham Murray was born on February 12, 1943 in London, England, UK. He was an actor, known for Theatre 625 (1964), This Is Your Life (1955) and Arena (1975). He was previously married to Joanna Bryant and Lindsay Stainton. He died on July 25, 2018 in the UK. See full bio »

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(age 75) in UK

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Known For

Theatre 625 Custard Pie Expert
(1968)
(2003)
Arena Self
(1976)

Filmography

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 1968 Theatre 625 (TV Series)
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- The Year of the Sex Olympics (1968) ... Custard Pie Expert
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 2009 Casper och den förbjudna filmen (TV Movie documentary)
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 2003 This Is Your Life (TV Series documentary)
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- John Bardon (2003) ... Self
 1976 Arena (TV Series documentary)
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- Theatre: A Dream Come True (1976) ... Self
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He directed Georges Farquhar's play, "The Recruiting Officer," at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, England with Derek Griffiths, Greg Wise, Tim Wallers, Haydn Gwynne, Ewan Hooper, Emil Wolk, and Tim Swinton in the cast. See more »

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Joanna Bryant  (divorced)  (2 children) | See more »
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Trivia:

He was awarded the OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2010 Queen's New Years Honours List for his services to Drama. He is the artistic director for the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, England.

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