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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
He played Bosola in the 1971 RSC production of John Webster's "The Duchess of Malfi"
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
In 1982, Hutchings won a Laurence Olivier award for Best Comedy Performance for his role in the musical "Poppy"
He had a semi-regular role as Bobby Hollamby in the ITV prison drama "Bad Girls" from 2000 to 2003