Ian S. E. Carmichael From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ian Stuart Edward Carmichael, FRS (29 March 1930 –26 August 2011) was a British-born American igneous petrologist and volcanologist who established extensive quantitative methods for research in the thermodynamics of magmas.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ian_S._E._Carmichael
Ian Gillett Carmichael, OBE (18 June 1920 – 5 February 2010) was an English actor. He had roles in the films of the Boulting brothers, including Private's Progress (1956) and I'm All Right Jack (1959), and later played Dorothy L. Sayers 's gentleman detective, Lord Peter Wimsey, on television and radio. Carmichael also had a career on stage.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The English actor and comedian Ian Carmichael OBE (1920–2010) performed in many mediums of light entertainment, including theatre, radio, television and film. His career spanned from 1939 until his death in 2010.
Ian Carmichael (born 1 June 1960) is a Scottish sound engineer, born in Glasgow. He started his career working at the Irn Bru factory in Scotland before becoming a live sound engineer, before building his own recording studio called 'The Irn Bru Hit Factory' in Glasgow in 1986.
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Carmichael was born in Kingston upon Hull, in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The son of an optician, he was educated at Scarborough College and Bromsgrove School, before training as an actor at RADA. He made his stage debut as a robot at the People's Palace in Mile End, East Londonin 1939. With the outbreak of the Second World War his acting career was interrupted by service with the Royal Armoured Corps as a commissioned officer in the 22nd Dragoons. He served in the Normandy campaign, losing the tip of one finger in an accident with the turret hatch of a Valentine tank, and reached the rank of major before returning to civilian life in 1947.
Before the war, Carmichael left his family business in Hull to attend the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and to sing in talent contests at the Hammersmith Palais de Danse. In the years that followed his demob from the British Army in 1947, Carmichael worked mostly on stage. In 1949 he toured for seven months in The Lilac Domino, in which he was half of a comedy double act with Leo Franklyn. He played the part of Otto Bergmann in a West End revival of Wild Violets, then appeared in several revues. One which began at the Lyric, Hammersmith, in 1951, moved into the West End as The Globe Revue of 1952, and later that year Carmichael was the song-and-dance star of High Spirits at the Hippodrome Theatre. Further revues followed. After minor film roles, Carmichael portrayed serious characters on screen in Betrayed (1954), starring Clark Gable and Lana Turner, and in The Colditz Story (1955). He had greater success, however, performing in a series of com...
Carmichael was married twice: firstly to Jean Pyman (Pym) McLean, from 1943 until her death from cancer in 1983 (they had two daughters, Lee and Sally) and then to the novelist Kate Fenton, from 1992 until his death in 2010.Ian Carmichael died of natural causes at the age of 89, at his home in Grosmont, North Yorkshire, on the North York Moors on 5 February 2010.He had five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. His autobiography, Will the Real Ian Carmichael...was published in 1979.
1. Will the real Ian Carmichael– : an autobiography, London: Macmillan, 1979, (400 pp.), ISBN 0-333-25476-7 2. This Charming Man; the life of Ian Carmichael, Robert Fairclough, London: Aurum, 2011 (336 pp.), ISBN 9781845136642
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Ian Stuart Edward Carmichael, FRS was a British-born American igneous petrologist and volcanologist who established extensive quantitative methods for research in the thermodynamics of magmas.
Carmichael was educated at Westminster School in London. He obtained a B.A. and M.A. in geology from the University of Cambridge in 1954, and his Ph.D. in 1958 from Imperial College London, where he wrote his thesis on Iceland's Thingmuli volcano.
In 1964 Carmichael moved to the United States and became a member of the faculty at University of California, Berkeley, where he remained throughout his life.
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The adaptations star Ian Carmichael as aristocratic sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey, the second son of the Duke of Denver. Not wanting for money, charm or intelligence, Wimsey takes up detective work as an amateur pursuit, using his connections and social status to assist the police in their investigations.
Mini Bio (1) Unassuming, innocent-eyed and undeniably ingratiating, Brit comedy actor Ian Carmichael was quite the popular chap in late 50s and early 60s film. He was born in Hull, Yorkshire, England on June 18, 1920, the son of Arthur Denholm Carmichael, an optician, and his wife Kate (Gillett).
Ian Carmichael OBE (18. kesäkuuta 1920 – 5. helmikuuta 2010) oli englantilainen näyttelijä. Carmichael syntyi Hullissa, Yorkshiressä. Hän esiintyi jo 1950-luvulla useissa brittiläisissä klassikkoelokuvissa, joiden joukkoon lukeutuvat Alokas liemessä (1956), Hätä ei lue lakia (1957) ja Viikunanlehtiä ja lakkoilua (1959).