Harold Innocent Signed Letter (Doctor Who; Randall and Hopkirk, Deceased)
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Harold Sidney Innocent (18 April 1933 - 12 September 1993) was an English actor who appeared in many film and television roles.
He appeared at the Nottingham Playhouse, the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh, the Young Vic, the National Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Bristol Old Vic. In 1984 with the RSC he appeared in Richard III and Love's Labour's Lost. With the same company he appeared in Henry V, playing both the 'Archbishop of Canterbury' and the 'Duke of Burgundy'. He played the latter role in the 1989 film version for Kenneth Branagh. In 1991 he appeared in Alan Bennett's The Madness of George III, again at the National Theatre.
Innocent's television appearances include the 1969 pilot episode of Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased), My Late Lamented Friend and Partner as well as Crown Court, The Professionals, Minder, Inspector Morse, the Bursar in Porterhouse Blue, and EastEnders. He appeared in the Doctor Who serial The Happiness Patrol as 'Gilbert M', and later the BBC Radio 5 audio drama The Paradise of Death.
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