Ian Whittaker

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Ian Whittaker
Born1928 (age 9293)
London, England
Occupation Set decorator, former actor
Years active1949-2009

Ian Whittaker (born 1928) is a British set decorator and former actor. He has won an Academy Award and has been nominated three more times in the category Best Art Direction.

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Whittaker has won an Academy Award for Best Art Direction and has been nominated for three more:

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