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Clive Wood

Clive Wood
Clive Wood

Clive Wood

Clive Wood was born in 1954 in Croydon.   He was brilliant in 1982 in the series “A Kind of Loving” as Vic Brown.   This was the role created by Alan Bates in the 1962 film version.   His films include “The Knowledge” in 1979 and “Salmon Fishing in the Yemen”.

IMDB entry:

Clive Wood was born in Croydon, Surrey in 1954 and studied drama at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.

He first came to notice in the late 1970s at the Bristol Old Vic, playing such diverse roles as a singing gangster in “Guys and Dolls” and the titular hero of “Henry V”.

In 1982, he joined the Royal Shakespeare Company, touring with them in North America in the mid-1980s and he has returned to the company at intervals throughout his career.

In 2008, he was part of the ensemble group staging the entire canon of William Shakespeare‘s history plays.

On television, he gained attention as the “angry young man” anti-hero, “Vic Brown”, in A Kind of Loving (1982) and has had continuing roles in populist ongoing dramas, such as The Bill (1984) and London’s Burning (1988), in which he was joined by his son, Daniel Maiden-Wood.

– IMDb Mini Biography By: don @ minifie-1



Anyone who knows me are aware that I am a bit of a movie buff. Over the past few years I have been collecting signed photographs of my favourite actors.

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