Charles Henry COLLINGWOOD

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1943-05-30
Education Sherborne, RADA
Publications N/A
Recreations cricket, golf, fishing and gardening
Clubs MCC, Stage Cricket, Cryptics Cricket, Stage Golf Soc, Cross Arrows Cricket, RAC
Style Charles Collingwood, Esq
Career radio and television actor; >ir< extensive repertory work in Guildford, Canterbury, Derby, Liverpool and Harrogate; roles incl: William Featherstone in How The Other Half Loves (Greenwich) 1973, Cocklebury-Smythe in Dirty Linen (Arts) 1979-80, Philip in Relatively Speaking (Globe Theatre Co: Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok) 1996, touring own show Laughter and Intrigue (with Judy Bennett); >ir< numerous shows incl: Undermanning (co-host with Bernard Manning), The Bretts, Hannay, Inspector Morse, For The Greater Good, Chief, Tonight at 8:30, Up The Garden Path, The Upper Hand, Hot Metal, Trouble in Mind, 10%ers, Telly Addicts, Call My Bluff, White Teeth, Midsomer Murders, Countdown; over 20 years continual work for BBC Sch TV as presenter, actor and commentator: 3 series of Castles Corner (with Roy Castle), 3 series with Harry Worth, 2 series with Jack Smethurst, 4 series of Stilgoes Around (with Richard Stilgoe); subject of This is Your Life 2003; >ir< numerous leading roles in BBC Radio Drama notably Brian Aldridge in The Archers 1975-, Just a Minute, Quote, Unquote
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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