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  1. Alan Bates - Wikipedia

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    Sir Alan Arthur Bates, CBE (17 February 1934 – 27 December 2003) was an English actor who came to prominence in the 1960s, when he appeared in films ranging from the popular children's story Whistle Down the Wind to the " kitchen sink" drama A Kind of Loving.

  2. Sir Alan Arthur Bates CBE (17 February 1934 - 27 December 2003) was a British actor. He was born in Allestree, Derbyshire. Bates starred in many movies, including: Zorba the Greek, Georgy Girl, Far from the Madding Crowd, The Fixer, The Go-Between, Women in Love, An Unmarried Woman, Gosford Park and The Rose.

  3. Alan Bates (politician) - Wikipedia

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    Alan Curtis Bates (March 17, 1945 – August 5, 2016) was an American osteopathic physician and a Democratic politician from the U.S. state of Oregon. He was a member of the Oregon State Senate, representing the 3rd District since 2005. Previously he was a member of the Oregon House of Representatives from 2000 through 2004.

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  4. Alan Bates - Biography - IMDb

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    Alan Bates decided to be an actor at age 11. After grammar school in Derbyshire, he earned a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. Following two years in the Royal Air Force, he joined the new English Stage Company at the Royal Court Theatre. His West End debut in 1956, at 22, was also the company's first production.

  5. Alan Bates - Wikipedia

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    Alan Bates (razvrstavanje). Sir Alan Arthur Bates, CBE (17. februar 1934 – 27. decembar 2003) bio je engleski glumac koji se proslavio ulogama u nizu zapaženih filmova 1960-ih.

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    Naslov
    Uloga
    Napomene
    1956
    ITV Play of the Week
    Cliff Lewis
    epizoda: Look Back in Anger
    1959
    ITV Television Playhouse
    Rikki Barofski
    epizoda: The Jukebox
    1959
    ITV Play of the Week
    Eddie Burke Charles Tritton
    epizoda: The Square Ring epizoda: The Wind and the Rain
    1959
    Lewis Black
    epizoda: The Thug
  6. Alan Bates – Wikipedia

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    Alan Bates Alan Bates, född 17 februari 1934 i Allestree, Derbyshire, död 27 december 2003 i London, var en brittisk skådespelare. Efter att ha tjänstgjort inom brittiska flygvapnet gjorde han scendebut 1955. Filmdebuten skedde 1960 i Glädjespridaren.

  7. Alan Bates Biography, Life, Interesting Facts

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    Alan Bates was schooled at the Herbert Strutt School in Belper, which was situated close to Allestree. The school was a respected academy with a tradition of excelling in speech and drama education. In 1951, Bates took up a scholarship at RADA, the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts where Peter O’Toole and Albert Finney were fellow students. At the end of his first year at RADA, he was called up to do National Service in the Royal Air Force. He returned to RADA in 1954.

    During his schooldays, Alan Bates became interested in drama. He used to go to amateur theatricals, and films with his mother and this sparked his interest. At first, his family humored him, and both parents hoped that the phase would pass. When they realized that it would not give, they supported him, and his mother, who knew George Revill, a producer at the Derby Shakespeare Society help Bates obtain a role in a performance of King John. Around this time, Alan Bates met John Ball who was working in the Derby area. Although Ball was 24 at the time and Alan Bates 17 they formed a friendship and Ball encouraged him to pursue a career in acting. At the same time, Bates had lessons with respected acting tutor Claude Gibsonwho lived in Derby.

    Upon graduation, Alan Bates worked with the touring group, the Midland Theatre Company. In 1956 he joined George Devine’s English Stage Company in London. Bateswas in some notable plays by Angus Wilson, Nigel Dennis, and Arthur Miller before being offered the role of Cliff in John Osborne’s Look Back In Anger (1957) that made his name. Between 1957 and 1960 he appeared in various television production. Films Alan Bates was in during the 1960s including in The Entertainer (1960), Whistle Down The Wind (1961). This was his first significant part where he played a man on the run who is befriended by a child played by Hayley Mills. A Kind of Loving (1962) was his first film with John Schlesingerand the first movie where he had star billing. Zorba The Greek (1964), Far From The Madding Crowd (1967), The Fixer (1968) and Women in Love (1969), an adaption of the D.H. Lawrence novel followed. Alan Batescontinued working on stage, television, and film for the rest of his career; he was in Th...

    Early awards include A Clarence Derwent Award for A Long Day’s Journey Into Night (1959), and an Academy Award nomination for The Fixer (1968), In 1983 Alan Bateswon a Cable ACE award for an actor in a theatrical or non-musical program for his role in Separate Tables (1983). For his part in An Englishman Abroad (1983) he won a BAFTA Best Actor (1984); a 1984 Broadcasting Press Guild Best Actor award and a 1985 Cable ACE award for an actor in a theatrical or dramatic special. In 1996 Bates became a CBE, and in 2003, the Queen knighted him. He was Patron of the Actors Centre at Covent Garden in London (1994-2003) where there is now an Awards Ceremony named in his honor. A theatre at Covent Garden is named after his son Tristan, who was also an actor.

    Alan Bates married Victoria Ward in 1970. In 1971, twin sons, Benedick and Tristan were born. Ward suffered from undiagnosed mental illness, and the marriage suffered because of her dysfunctional behavior. Bates left the family home, eventually setting his sons up in adjoining house to his own but remained supportive of his wife both financially and emotionally. The twin boys became models and aspiring actors. In 1990, Tristramdied of a suspected drug overdose when working in Tokyo. Ward died two years later in 1992 of a heart condition brought on by anorexia. Alan Bates then was involved, Angharad Rees and Joanna Pettet. He was also gay and had various male relationships throughout his life. (Source: Otherwise Engaged: The Life of Alan Bates by Donald Spoto). Alan Batesdied of a stroke on the 27 December 2003. He had been battling pancreatic cancer.

  8. Alan Bates - IMDb

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    Alan Bates decided to be an actor at age 11. After grammar school in Derbyshire, he earned a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. Following two years in the Royal Air Force, he joined the new English Stage Company at the Royal Court Theatre. His West End debut in 1956, at 22, was also the company's first production.

  9. The dangerous gay double life of actor Alan Bates | Daily ...

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    Alan Bates was one of Britain's most charismatic actors - with rugged good looks that made women adore him. But a new book reveals that this witty and warm-hearted man lived a tormented double...

  10. Victoria Ward - Wikipedia

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    Victoria Ward (1939 – 1992) was an English actress. She was married to the actor Sir Alan Bates from 1970 until her premature death from a heart attack in 1992. They had twin sons - the actors Benedick Bates and the late Tristan Bates. Tristan died suddenly from an asthma attack in 1990.

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