Nigel Hawthorne.

Nigel Hawthorne


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Nigel Hawthorne was an actor. He died in December 2001, aged 72.

Awards

  • BAFTA Film Awards 1996 - Best Actor: Winner
  • BAFTA Television Awards 1988 - Best Light Entertainment Performance: Winner
  • BAFTA Television Awards 1987 - Best Light Entertainment Performance: Winner
  • BAFTA Television Awards 1983 - Best Light Entertainment Performance: Winner
  • BAFTA Television Awards 1982 - Best Light Entertainment Performance: Winner
Gender
Male
Born
Friday 5th April 1929
Died
Wednesday 26th December 2001 (aged 72)

Known for

Credits

 
Year Production Role
2014 Morecambe & Wise In Pieces (as Nigel Hawthorn)
  1. E4 - Leading Men
Self (Archive Material)
2013 Yes, Prime Minister: Re-Elected Self (Archive Material)
1999 Laughter In The House: The Story Of British Sitcom
  1. E3 - Modern Times
Self
1996 Twelfth Night Or What You Will Malvolio
1987 Yes, Prime Minister - Series 2 Sir Humphrey Appleby
1986 Yes, Prime Minister - Series 1 Sir Humphrey Appleby
1984 Yes Minister - Party Games Sir Humphrey Appleby
1984 Yes Minister - Series 2 Sir Humphrey Appleby
1983 Yes Minister - Series 1 Sir Humphrey Appleby
1982 Yes Minister - Series 3 Sir Humphrey Appleby
1981 Yes Minister - Series 2 Sir Humphrey Appleby
1980 Yes Minister - Series 1 Sir Humphrey Appleby
1979 The Knowledge Mr. Burgess
1978 Going Straight
  1. E5 - Going Going Gone
Wellings
1969 Dad's Army - Series 3
  1. E1 - The Armoured Might Of Lance Corporal Jones
Angry Man
1969 The Gnomes Of Dulwich
  1. E6 - Episode Six
Gnome
1969 Mrs Wilson's Diary Actor

Non-comedy TV and film credits might be found here:
Nigel Hawthorne on IMDb

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