Samuel Beckett
Michael Gambon
(Movies & TV)
Lee Evans (comedian)
(Movies & TV)
Emily Lloyd
(Movies & TV)
David Leland
(Movies & TV)

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Geoffrey Hutchings

Knowledge Identifier: +Geoffrey_Hutchings


Geoffrey Hutchings

English stage, film and television actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1939.

Countries: United Kingdom (80%), Ireland (20%)

Main connections: Samuel Beckett, Michael Gambon, Lee Evans (comedian)

Linked to: Royal Shakespeare Company, BBC, The Thomas Hardye School




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Geoffrey Hutchings was born in 1939 add something


After attending Hardye's School, he studied French and Physical Education at Birmingham University before he became a member of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1968 add something


He played Bosola in the 1971 RSC production of John Webster's "The Duchess of Malfi" add something


A first collaboration with David Leland for the film "Made in Britain" in 1981 has led to his notable role as Hubert Mansell, the embittered father of Emily Lloyd in "Wish You Were Here" in 1987 add something


In 1982, Hutchings won a Laurence Olivier award for Best Comedy Performance for his role in the musical "Poppy" add something


He had a semi-regular role as Bobby Hollamby in the ITV prison drama "Bad Girls" from 2000 to 2003 add something


In 2004, he played Nagg in Samuel Beckett's "Endgame" at the Albery Theatre alongside Sir Michael Gambon, Lee Evans and Liz Smith add something


From October 2006 to April 2007, he played Herr Schultz in the West End production of "Cabaret" add something


In December 2006, he made an appearance in the Sky One television adaption of "Terry Pratchett's Hogfather" add something


In 2008, he appeared in the ITV comedy series "Benidorm" as Mel Harvey and had a small role in the second Terry Pratchett adaption "Terry Pratchett's The Colour of Magic" add something


His final stage role was in 2009 in the West End production of "The Shawshank Redemption" add something


In 2010 he appeared in the BBC medical drama "Casualty" and the sitcom "Grandma's House", both of which were screened after his death add something

Geoffrey Hutchings died in 2010 add something


Hutchings died suddenly, in hospital, on the morning of 1 July 2010 following a suspected viral infection add something