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Robert Coote

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Biography

London, England, UK
Robert Coote (1909-1982) was an English actor who had a thriving career for 50 years. He is best remembered for originating the role of Colonel Pickering in My Fair Lady (1964), Alan Jay Lerner & Frederick Loewe's musical adaptation of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion (1938), for which he was nominated for a Tony Award as Best Featured Actor in a Musical in 1957. He also originated the role of King Pellinore in Lerner & Loewe's 1960 Broadway musical Camelot (1967). Read more...

Actor

Character: Wavertree

A Yank at Oxford 1938

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Character: Rollo Venables

Mr. Moto's Last Warning 1939

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Character: Marquis De Crillon

The Merry Widow 1952

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Character: Sir Hubert Charles

The Swinger 1966

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Character: Hatton / Jones

A Man Could Get Killed 1966

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Character: Stanley Krum

The Cool Ones 1967

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Character: Friends and Relations: The Best Man

Marriage a la Mode 1955

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Character: Timmy Fleming

The Rogues 1964

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Character: Brigadier C.M.V. Catlock

The Red Danube 1949

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Character: Sir William Beeder

The Horse's Mouth 1958

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Character: Bungey

Nurse Edith Cavell 1939

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Character: Sir Thomas Dudley

Forever Amber 1947

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Character: Gaston Binet

Scaramouche 1952

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Character: Sir Andrew ffoulkes

The Fighting Pimpernel 1950

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Character: Dudley Larabee

Merry Andrew 1958

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