Harold Innocent Biography (1935?-1993)



Born Harold Sidney Harrison, April 18, 1935 (some sources say 1933), in Coventry, England; died September 12, 1993, in London, England. Innocent was memorable as the crooked Bishop of Hereford in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, a 1991 film starring Kevin Costner, and as the Duke of Burgundy in the 1989 filmHenry V, directed by Kenneth Branagh. He also made film appearances in Braziland The Tall Guy, and performed in television series such as Gunsmoke, Ben Casey, and Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Much of Innocent's career was spent on the stage, touring with the Old Vic Company and the New Shakespeare Company and also appearing in productions including Love's Labour Lost, The Importanceof Being Earnest, Julius Caesar, and In the Ruins.

Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Birth Details
April 18, 1935?
Coventry, England
Death Details
September 12, 1993
London, England

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