Frank Finlay

February 13, 2009 by: admin

Frank FinlayBiography
Frank Finlay (b. 1926) is a highly respected British actor of international repute. He left school at the age of 14 and did a variety of odd jobs. He became interested in the theatre and played in productions of several local amateur drama and opera companies. After his professional debut in Scotland in 1951, he was awarde the Sir James Knott Scholarship at the London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). He went from there to the Guildford Repertory Company.

He was 31 before he made his London debut, which he did after joining the English Stage Company at the Royal Court. He proved his versatility and acting ability in a succession of the new, ground-breaking plays that the company presented: Donald Howarth

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