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Prior to purchasing, if you would like further clarification on any item, then we are always happy to help in any way possible. His initial ambition was to become a journalist, but he settled for working briefly in a sanitary engineer's office. At the end of the decade, he delivered one of his finest performances in "Breaker Morant" (1980), which made him an international star. Woodward had a fine tenor voice, appearing on a number of occasions in The Good Old Days and making a dozen LPs. He also appeared in the 1982 film Who Dares Wins, also known as The Final Option [ citation needed] on the film's release history.

After making his first professional appearance at the Castle Theatre, Farnham, in 1946, he attracted a loyal following of admirers during his years with the Croydon Repertory Company. Robin Hardy, who directed The Wicker Man, said, "He was one of the greatest actors of his generation, without a doubt, with a broad career on American television, as well as on British film. Though he continued to perform right up until his death in 2009, Woodward was forever associated with "The Equalizer," a show he once considered silly, but nonetheless brought him considerable acclaim.On the big screen, Woodward will perhaps be best remembered for his role in the cult horror film The Wicker Man (1973), directed by Robin Hardy. Edward Albert Arthur Woodward, OBE (1 June 1930 – 16 November 2009) was an English actor and singer.

His capability as tenor enabled him to record 12 albums of romantic songs, as well as three albums of poetry and 14 books to tape.Set in Manhattan, the series was particularly popular in the United States: he won a Golden Globe award for best actor in a dramatic television series in 1987, and was nominated five times for an Emmy. His vocal ability and acting skill let him make a number of appearances when time allowed on the BBC's Edwardian era music hall programme, The Good Old Days. John, 1972 SITTING TARGET, from left: Oliver Reed, Edward Woodward, 1972 KING DAVID, Edward Woodward, 1985. The actor continued grandly on stage in such Shakespearean productions as "Hamlet" (Laertes)," "Romeo and Juliet" (Mercutio), "Pericles" (Thaliard), "Much Ado About Nothing" (Claudio), and "Measure for Measure" (Lucio), but scored a major success portraying Percy in "Rattle of a Simple Man" in 1961, making his Broadway debut in the play two years later. Although known predominantly for his television work, Woodward brought his presence to bear on the cinema screen not only in The Wicker Man but as Sergeant Wellbeloved in Stand Up, Virgin Soldiers and the court-martialled Lieutenant Harry Morant in the Australian drama Breaker Morant (1980).

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