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Alan Badel (Alan Fernand Badel)

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Biography

Rusholme, Manchester, England, UK
British thespian Alan Badel came to prominence after graduating from RADA a Gold Medal winner. He made an almost instant impact on the stage in both modern and classical roles. One of his first critically acclaimed performances was as Romeo, opposite Claire Bloom's Juliet at the Old Vic. Despite his velvety, resonant voice and commanding personality, Badel never quite made the first rank on screen. In the theatre, however, he was never less than a star, particularly after his tour-de-force impersonation of 19th century actor Edmund Kean in Jean-Paul Sartre's 1971 play. Read more...

Actor

Character: The Great Mendoza

Will Any Gentleman...? 1953

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Character: Owen / Mr. X / Harry

Three Cases of Murder 1955

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Character: Gerald Weaver

This Sporting Life 1963

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Character: Sir Alex Hadrian

Otley 1968

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Character: Baron de Gunzburg

Nijinsky 1980

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Character: Beshraavi

Arabesque 1966

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Character: Lord Brackenbury

Agatha 1979

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Character: Michael Arlen

BBC2 Play of the Week 1977

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Character: Fool

Omnibus 1952

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Character: David Last

Bill Brand 1976

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