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Alan Wheatley

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Biography

Tulworth, Surrey, England, UK
Sharp-featured, incisive Surrey-born actor, whose trademark was a memorably mellifluous voice, which he used to great effect for impersonating a gallery of suave, urbane - often rather likeable - villains, rogues and assorted shady characters. Alan reinvented himself as an actor after abandoning his first profession as industrial psychologist. He made his theatrical debut in 1928 in "Heartbreak House", by George Bernard Shaw, and appeared on the London stage two years later. For the remainder of the decade, he made a living as a supporting player, with a penchant for period costume, in works by Shakespeare, John Galsworthy, J.M. Read more...

Actor

Character: Fred Hale

Brighton Rock 1947

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Character: Inspector Braddock

The Limping Man 1953

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Character: Epicene

A Jolly Bad Fellow 1964

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Character: Assistant Commissioner Bewley

Tomorrow at Ten 1965

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