|Died||20 January 2002 75) (aged|
Camden, London, England 
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His theatre work included appearances with Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh on Broadway in Caesar and Cleopatra in 1951; and playing Uncle Ben opposite Warren Mitchell at the National Theatre in Death of a Salesman in 1979.   
His last role was in the TV mini series War and Remembrance (1988).
He died in his native London. 
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