Felix Alymer

TCM overview: Accomplished stage performer, for many years president of the actors organization Equity, who entered film in the early 1930s and often played doddering clerics, bureaucrats or schoolteachers. Aylmer was twice cast as the Archbishop of Canterbury (in “Henry V” 1944 and “Becket” 1964) and played Polonius in Laurence Olivier’s film, “Hamlet” (1948). He […]

Ted Neeley

IMDB entry: Ted Neeley was born on September 20, 1943 in Ranger, Texas, USA. He is an actor, known for Django Unchained (2012), Jesus Christ Superstar (1973) and Summer Camp Nightmare (1987).

Veronica Turleigh

  IMDB entry:Veronica Turleigh was born on January 14, 1903 in County Donegal, Ireland as Bridget Veronica Turleigh. She was an actress, known for The Horse’s Mouth (1958), The Promoter (1952) and Smiling at Grief (1939). She was married to James Laver. She died on September 3, 1971 in England.

Sondra Locke

Sondra Locke obituary in “The Guardian” in 2019. The actor Sondra Locke, who has died aged 74 after suffering from cancer, was closely associated with the film star and director Clint Eastwood: they made six films together and had a 13-year relationship, which ended acrimoniously.  But it was not Eastwood who made her a star. […]

Brendan Price

Brendan Price was born on June 24, 1947 in Coventry, Warwickshire, England as Brendan T. Price. He is an actor, known for Dagon (2001), The Nameless (1999) and Google and the World Brain (2013).

Robert Lindsay

TCM overview: This dark-haired, pleasant-faced British actor is equally at home in musical comedy or drama. Often cast as working-class blokes, Robert Lindsay made a splash on both sides of the Atlantic in the mid-1980s starring in the revival of “Me and My Girl”. The RADA-trained actor had already become known to his countrymen as […]

Barbara Kellerman

“Wikipedia” entry: Barbara Kellerman (born 30 December 1949 in Manchester, Lancashire; surname at birth: Kellermann) is an English actress, noted for her film and television roles. She trained at Rose Bruford College.[1] Kellerman’s  father, Dr Walter Kellermann (born 1915, died 2012), had fled Nazi Germany and settled in Leeds, where he became a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Physicsat the University of Leeds. Her mother, Marcelle, was a member of the French Resistance during […]

Michael Latimer

IMDB entry: Trained RADA. Stage Actor in Rep and West End (six productions). Many TV Plays and episodes of series. Written 37 TV Scripts including BBC play “The Interview”. Moved from Acting to Directing and writing in 198O. Has directed over fifty productions in London, Sydney, Frankfurt, Sheffield, Florida and major UK provincial Theatres. – […]

Russell Tovey

Simon Hattenstone’s “Guardian” article: You want laddish? Russell Tovey‘s your man. In the beautifully observed TV sitcom Him & Her, he plays Steve, an unemployed procrastinator whose ambitions stretch to drinking, watching porn and shagging his girlfriend. As bewildered werewolf George Sands Junior in the supernatural drama Being Human, he makes his girlfriend pregnant but just wants to […]

Charlene McKenna

Article from “Entertainment.ie”: Charlene McKenna has told of her disappointment that Raw has been binned. RTE bosses scrapped the racy kitchen drama last week after five seasons to save cash and ensure Love/Hate’s survival. But the actress, 28, admitted it will be tough to bid farewell to her co-stars and straight-talking Jojo Harte. Speaking for […]