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Kenneth Fortescue (Kenneth John Fortescue)

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Biography

Kew, London, England, UK
Born in leafy Kew in the English Home Counties, Kenneth Fortescue was a pupil at the prestigious, fee-paying boys' school Dulwich College in London, leaving in 1949 to attend the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. Whilst a student there he won the BBC Special Prize, enabling him to act in radio plays. On graduation he made his stage debut in 'The Tempest' at the old Mermaid Theatre directed by actor Bernard Miles and played in repertory companies throughout England, making his film debut as the youngest son in the remake of 'The Barrets of Wimpole Street'. Read more...

Actor

Character: Peter Ribston

Desert Mice 1959

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Character: Allenby's Aide

Lawrence of Arabia 1962

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Character: Snob in Sotheby's

The Magic Christian 1969

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Character: His A.D.C.

Up the Front 1972

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Character: Charles Foxwell

The Mirror Crack'd 1980

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Character: Lt. Thomlinson

The Best of Enemies 1961

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