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Christopher Timothy Biography (1940-)
Born October 14, 1940, in Bala, Wales; son of Eifion Andrew and Marian Gwladys (Hailstone) Timothy; married Annie Veronica Swatton. Addresses: AGENT--c/o Peter Froggatt, Plant and Froggatt Ltd., Four Windmill St., London W1,England.
- Birth Details
- October 14, 1940
- Bala, Wales
- LONDON DEBUT--Corporal M.P., Chips with Everything, Royal Court Theatre.
- BROADWAY DEBUT--Corporal M.P., Chips with Everything, Booth Theatre.
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE APPEARANCES
- Three years as member of National Theatre Company, Old Vic and Queen's Theatres, London.
- Sid, Waiting for Lefty, and Hibbert, Long Day's Journey into Night, bothCambridge Theatre, London.
- Alvin, The Actor's Nightmare, Ambassador's Theatre, London.
- Bernard, Happy Birthday, Apollo Theatre, London.
- Clive, See How They Run, Shaftesbury Theatre, London.
- Rosencrantz, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Young Vic Theatre, then Cambridge Theatre, London.
- Jesus, The York Mystery Plays, York Abbey, U.K., 1980.
- Firk, The Shoemakers Holiday, Leicester, U.K.
- Petruchio, The Taming of the Shrew, Farnham, U.K.
Credits; MAJOR TOURS
- With National Theatre Company: tours to Moscow and West Berlin; lead role, The Cure for Love, U.K. cities; The Real Thing, U.K.
Credits; PRINCIPAL FILM APPEARANCES
- Spike, Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush, 1968.
- Cerdic, Alfred the Great, 1969.
- Corporal Brook, The Virgin Soldiers, Columbia, 1970.
- The Mind of Mr. Soames, Columbia, 1970.
- Spring and Port Wine, 1970.
- Also Othello, with National Theatre Company; lead role, Some Sunday; Up the Chastity Belt.
Credits; PRINCIPAL TELEVISION APPEARANCES; SERIES
- James Herriot, All Creatures Great and Small.
Credits; DRAMATIC SPECIALS
- Willis, "Murder Must Advertise," Lord Peter Wimsy.
- Kevin, The Kitchen.
- Corporal, The Moon Shines Bright on Charlie Chaplin.
- Sid Love, "Murder Most English," The Flaxborough Chronicles.
- title role, "Voyzek," All the World's a Stage.
- Much Ado about Nothing, National Theatre Company.
- Also Julius Caesar, Twelfth Night, The Three Sisters, Royal Command Performance of 1982, Mussolini, Take Three Girls, Take Three Women, A History andIts Heritage, and A Family and a Fortune.
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