Richard Hannay
(Fictional character)
Angharad Rees
(Movies & TV)
Susannah York
(Movies & TV)

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Christopher Cazenove

Knowledge Identifier: +Christopher_Cazenove


Christopher Cazenove

English film, television and stage actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1943.

Country: United Kingdom (100%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: BBC, Richard Hannay, Angharad Rees

Linked to: Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Dragon School, Eton College, Tom Brown's Schooldays




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Christopher Cazenove was born in 1943 add something


Cazenove often portrayed British aristocrats, and first made his name in the 1972 drama series, "The Regiment" add something


His marriage to actress Angharad Rees lasted from 1973 until she divorced him in 1994 add something


Bulldog Drummond - A 1973 BBC documentary "Omnibus", "The British Hero", featured Christopher Cazenove playing Drummond, as well as a number of other such heroic characters, including Richard Hannay, Beau Geste and James Bond


Richard Hannay - The 1973 BBC documentary "Omnibus: The British Hero" had Christopher Cazenove playing Hannay in a scene from "Mr


Angharad Rees - On 18 September 1973, she married the actor Christopher Cazenove, who had made his name at around the same time in "The Regiment"


Other notable roles included Charlie Tyrrell in the 1976-77 period drama series "The Duchess of Duke Street", and in 1986 he appeared as Ben Carrington in the US soap opera "Dynasty", which he played until the following year add something


He starred in the London West End production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" in 1994 alongside Susannah York add something


From 2001-03, he had a recurring role in the British drama series "Judge John Deed", playing Row Colemore add something


From 2003 until his death, his partner was Isabel Davis add something


On the stage, he appeared as Henry Higgins in the British and American productions of "My Fair Lady" from 2005 through to 2008 add something

Christopher Cazenove died in 2010 add something


In February 2010, Cazenove collapsed at his London home add something


He died on 7 April 2010 from the effects of the illness at St Thomas's Hospital, aged 66 add something


Cazenove's funeral on 16 April 2010 was held at St Paul's, Covent Garden, London add something