Simon Ward Biography (1941-)

Born October 19, 1941, in Beckenham, England; son of Leonard Fox and WinifredWard; married Alexandra Malcolm; children: three daughters. Addresses: Agent--IFA Ltd., 11-12 Hanover St., London W1, England.

Nationality
English
Gender
Male
Birth Details
October 19, 1941
Beckenham, England

Famous Works

  • Credits; Stage Appearances
  • Fred Beenstock, Hobson's Choice, Northampton Repertory Theatre, Northampton, U.K., 1963.
  • (London debut) Tom Phillips, The Fourth of July, St. Martin's Theatre, London, 1964.
  • Alexander, Alexander's Death, Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon, U.K., 1964.
  • Konstantin, The Seagull, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham, U.K.,1964.
  • Abel Drugger, The Alchemist, Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, U.K., 1965.
  • Hippolytus, Phedre, Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, 1966.
  • Dennis, Loot, Jeannetta Cochrane Theatre, then Criterion Theatre, both London, 1966.
  • Jerry, Wise Child, Wyndham's Theatre, London, 1967.
  • Unknown soldier, The Unknown Soldier and His Wife, Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester, U.K., 1968.
  • Ferdinand, The Tempest, Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester, 1968.
  • Henry, The Skin of Our Teeth, Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester, 1968.
  • Donald, Spoiled, Haymarket Theatre, London, 1971.
  • Romeo, Romeo and Juliet, Shaw Theatre, London, 1972.
  • Teddy, Clever Soldiers, Hampstead Theatre Club, London, 1974.
  • Troilus, Troilus and Cressida, Young Vic Theatre, London, 1976.
  • Harry, Four to One, Young Vic Theatre, London, 1976.
  • Ward, Rear Column, Globe Theatre, London, 1978.
  • Ken Harrison, Whose Life Is It, Anyway?, Birmingham, 1982.
  • House Guest, 1982.
  • Heartbreak House, 1983.
  • Dial M for Murder, 1983.
  • Ross, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham, 1986.
  • Paris Match, 1988.
  • Henceforward, 1990.
  • Rumours, 1990.
  • Don't Dress for Dinner, 1992.
  • Cell Mates, 1995.
  • Also appeared as Princess Catherine, Henry V; and as Duke, On Approval, Playhouse Theatre.
  • Credits; Major Tours
  • Valentine, You Never Can Tell, Cambridge Theatre Company, U.K.
  • cities, 1973.
  • Ken Harrison, Whose Life Is It, Anyway?, U.K. cities, 1980.
  • Credits; Stage Work
  • Co-director, Henry IV, Part I, National Youth Theatre, London, 1967.
  • Credits; Film Appearances
  • (Film debut) Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed, Warner Bros., 1970.
  • I Start Counting, 1970.
  • Title role, Young Winston, Columbia, 1972.
  • Hitler: The Last Ten Days, Paramount, 1972.
  • The Three Musketeers, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1974.
  • Children of Rage, 1974.
  • The Four Musketeers, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1975.
  • Deadly Strangers, 1975.
  • The Aces High, 1976.
  • Battle Flag, 1976.
  • Dominique, 1977.
  • Holocaust 2000, 1977.
  • The Chosen, 1978.
  • Zulu Dawn, 1979.
  • The Sabina, 1979.
  • The Monster Club, 1980.
  • Tug of Love, 1983.
  • Supergirl, 1984.
  • Leave All Fair, 1985.
  • Mr. Linton, Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights, 1992.
  • Edward Ross, Double X: The Name of the Game, 1992.
  • Credits; Television Appearances; Series
  • Appeared in The Black Tulip, BBC; The Roads to Freedom,BBC; Holocaust, BBC, then PBS; The Rear Column, BBC.
  • Credits; Television Appearances; Miniseries
  • Thomas Flanagan, Around the World in 80 Days, NBC, 1989.
  • Credits; Television Appearances; Episodic
  • Stephen Lampart, "A Taste for Death," Mystery!, PBS, 1990.
  • Credits; Television Appearances; Movies
  • Arthur Holmwood, Dracula, CBS, 1974.
  • James Herriot, All Creatures Great and Small, NBC, 1975.
  • William Trench, The Four Feathers, NBC, 1978.
  • Jock Leslie-Melville, The Last Giraffe, CBS, 1979.
  • Duc de Chateau Renaud, The Corsican Brothers, CBS, 1985.
  • Also appeared in Chips with Everything, BBC; Bloomsday; and Flowering Cherry.

Further Reference

Periodicals:

  • Plays and Players, February, 1995.

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