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Date of Birth November 09, 1933
Place of Birth Lille, France
Country France
Profession Actor
Horoscope Scorpio

Robert Gillespie Biography

Robert Gillespie is a famous British actor, director and writer (born 1933), who was born on November 09, 1933 in Lille, France. According to Astrologers, Robert Gillespie's zodiac sign is Scorpio.

Robert James Gillespie (born 9 November 1933 in Lille, France) is a British actor, director and writer. Notable acting credits include Keep It in the Family (1980), At the Earth's Core (1976) and Force 10 from Navarone (1978). More recently he appeared in Jimmy McGovern's Broken and Mike Leigh's film Peterloo about the Peterloo Massacre. The first volume of his autobiography, Are You Going To Do That Little Jump?, was published in 2017. A second volume, Are You Going To Do That Little Jump? The Adventure Continues followed in October 2021. At the same time, Gillespie launched a new publicly-available and growing online archive of his extensive career, entitled Little Jump.

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Gillespie is the eldest child of Magdalena Katalin Singer, from Budapest, Hungary; and James William Gillespie, who was of Scottish descent, from Toronto, Canada. He was born in Lille, but the family left France in 1940 after Hitler's invasion of the country.

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Gillespie was educated at Sale Grammar School, and trained as an actor at RADA between 1951 and 1953.

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Gillespie began his acting career with two years with the Old Vic Company, beginning in autumn 1953 for Michael Benthall's Shakespeare seasons. In the company were Richard Burton, Clare Bloom, Fay Compton and Michael Hordern. The second year was headed by Paul Rogers, Ann Todd, Virginia McKenna and John Neville. Gillespie's first substantial part was Adam in As You Like It. The highlight of both years was Douglas Seale's production of Henry IV Parts 1 and 2. His first major TV role was as the disciple Matthew in Jesus of Nazareth, directed by Joy Harington.

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Gillespie appeared in many British sitcoms, including Hugh and I Spy, The Good Life, Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads, Robin's Nest, George and Mildred (as Detective Sergeant Burke), Rising Damp, The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin, Porridge, Dad's Army (in which he played Charles Boyer playing Napoleon Bonaparte), Butterflies, The Liver Birds, Beggar My Neighbour, Only When I Laugh (series 1,’Let them eat cake’), Agony, Terry and June and It Ain't Half Hot Mum. He often played deadpan desk sergeants.

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