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Paul Frederick Daneman

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Date of Birth: 10/29/1925

Age: 75

Place of birth: Islington

Citizenship: United Kingdom

Background

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Classic theater actor, Deynman fully demonstrated his temperament starring Henry plays `VI` (Henry VI),` Richard III` (Richard III), and `Faust` (Doctor Faustus) at the theater Old Vic, before you achieved wide fame through television, when played in the sitcom `not at detyah` (not in Front of the Children) and` No rough slova` (Never a cross word). Both series have been very popular and depicted the life of middle-class couples who are facing hardships and tests their family life to the test.

Paul Frederick Deynman (Paul Frederick Daneman) was born October 29, 1925 in Islington, one of the fashionable areas of London (Islington, London), United Kingdom, in the family, which has German roots - his grandfather moved to England from Germany before the First World War. Paul was about to become a painter and studied stage design at the University of Reading (Reading University), but became interested in theater, becoming a member of the dramatic society. Love to the scene only increased during his service in the Royal Air Force during World War II.

Deynmana abilities have not gone unnoticed, and he received a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, or RADA). In 1947, he made his professional debut on stage - directed by Alice in `chudes` Country (Alice in Wonderland) Paul had the great honor to play the front legs of a horse on which one of the knights went to the scene. In 1949 Deynman first appeared on the stage of London`s, playing a small role in the play soldier `Vysochestvo` Royal (Royal Highness), and then went to gain experience to Bristol (Bristol), Birmingham (Birmingham).

Deynman four years working in the troupe Bristol is Old Vic, Birmingham Repertory Theatre (Birmingham rep) and London`s Old Vic and greatly expanded his repertoire by roles in Shakespeare`s plays, including Twelfth `noch` (Twelfth Night),` The Taming stroptivoy` (The Taming of the Shrew) and `Lira` King (King Lear). Among his roles in the West End (West End) - Falkland in `Sopernikah` (The Rivals), King Arthur in the musical` Kamelot` (Camelot) and Eric in `Do not start without menya` (Don`t Start Without Me). Deynman became the first actor to play the role of Vladimir in the tragicomedy `Pending Godo` (Waiting For Godot) Samuel Beckett (Samuel Beckett) on the stage of the Moscow Art Theatre in Westminster (Arts Theatre, Westminster).

Although his role in the movie, as a rule, were not great, Deynman starred in such films as `merciless melodrama vremya` (Time Without Pity), a black comedy How I Won` voynu` (How I Won the War), a venomous satire `About ! What a nice voyna` (Oh! What a Lovely War) and the adventure drama `Zulusy` (Zulu). Much boleeyarkuyu career Deynman made on television, appearing in `Mysteries of Edgar Uollesa` (The Edgar Wallace Mysteries), `Epoch koroley` (An Age of Kings), and the sitcom` Not at detyah` was one of the most popular sitcoms of its time.

In 1968 Deynman played the role of Bilbo Baggins in the radio show `Hobbit` (The Hobbit) by J. book. RR Tolkien (JRR Tolkien).

In 1952 Deynman married Courtney Susan (Susan Courtney), but the marriage was annulled. Three years later, in 1955, he registered the marriage with Kinmont Meredith (Meredith Kinmont), where two daughters were born. Paul and Meredith were together until the end.

Deynman ceased to appear in 1991, his last work was a TV movie `Thatcher: Recent dni` (Thatcher: The Final Days), and drama series` GBH`.

The actor died in London on April 28, 2001, at age 75, he is buried in the cemetery of East Sheen (East Sheen Cemetery) in the south-east of the capital.

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