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  1. Richard Todd - Wikipedia › wiki › Richard_Todd

    Richard Andrew Palethorpe-Todd OBE (11 June 1919 – 3 December 2009) was an Irish-British actor known for his leading man roles of the 1950s.

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    British leading man who achieved some success in American films, as well. Born in Ireland as the son of a British officer, Todd grew up in Devon and (for a brief time) in India and attended Shrewsbury Public School.

  3. Richard Todd - Biography - IMDb › name › nm0865262

    Mini Bio (1) British leading man who achieved some success in American films, as well. Born in Ireland as the son of a British officer, Todd grew up in Devon and (for a brief time) in India and attended Shrewsbury Public School.

    • Richard Andrew Palethorpe Todd
    • 5' 9" (1.75 m)
    • June 11, 1919 in Dublin, Ireland
  4. Richard Todd (American football) - Wikipedia › wiki › Richard_Todd_(American

    Richard Todd (born November 19, 1953) is a former professional American football quarterback for the New York Jets and New Orleans Saints from 1976 to 1986. Todd, like former Jets quarterback Joe Namath and Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler, played for the University of Alabama 's Crimson Tide under coach Paul "Bear" Bryant.

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    Richard Todd was born as Richard Andrew Palethorpe-Todd in Dublin, Ireland. His father, Andrew William Palethorpe Todd, was an Irish physician and an international Irish rugby player who gained three caps for his country.Richard spent a few of his childhood years in India, where his father, a British officer, served as an army physician. Later his family moved to Devon and Todd attended Shrewsbury School. Upon leaving school, Todd trained for a potential military career at Sandhurst before inaugurating his acting training at the Italia Conti Academy. This change in career led to estrangement from his mother. When he learned at age 19 that she had committed suicide, he did not grieve long for her, he admitted in later life. He first appeared professionally as an actor at the Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park in 1936 in a production of Twelfth Night. He played in regional theatres and then co-founded the Dundee Repertory Theatrein 1939.

    During the Second World War, Todd joined the British Army, receiving a commission in 1941. Initially, he served in the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry before joining the Parachute Regiment and being assigned to the 7th (Light Infantry) Parachute Battalion as part of the British 6th Airborne Division. On 6 June 1944, as a captain, he participated in the British Airborne Operation Tonga during the D-Day landings. Todd was among the first British officers to land in Normandy as part of Operation Overlord. His battalion were reinforcements that parachuted in after glider forces had landed and completed the main assault against Pegasus Bridge near Caen. He later met up with Major John Howardon Pegasus Bridge and helped repel several German counterattacks. As an actor, Todd would later play Howard in the 1962 film The Longest Day, while Todd himself was played by another actor.

    After the war, Todd returned to repertory theatre in the UK. He was appearing in a play when he was spotted by Robert Lennard, a casting director for Associated British Picture Corporation. That company offered him a screen test, and subsequently signed him for a long-term contract in 1948. He was cast in For Them That Trespass(1949).

    Both Todd's marriages ended in divorce. His first was to actress Catherine Grant-Bogle, whom he met in Dundee Repertory and was married to from 1949 until 1970; they had a son Peter (1952–2005) and a daughter Fiona. In 1960 he had a son Jeremy with model Patricia Nelson. He was married to model Virginia Mailer from 1970 until 1992; they had two sons, Andrew and Seamus (1977–1997). In retirement, Todd lived in the village of Little Ponton and later in Little Humby, 8 miles from Grantham, Lincolnshire. Two of Todd's five children committed suicide. In 1997, Seamus Palethorpe-Todd shot himself in the head in the family home in Lincolnshire. An inquest determined that the suicide might have been a depressive reaction to the drug he was taking for severe acne. On 21 September 2005, Peter killed himself with a shotgun in East Malling, Kent, following marital difficulties. His sons' suicides affected Todd profoundly; he admitted to visiting their adjoining graves regularly. He told the Dai...

    Todd, with his own military record, was a keen supporter of remembrance events especially those associated with the Normandy landings and the Dambusters. He continued to be identified in the public consciousness with Guy Gibson, the role he played in The Dam Busters. Todd appeared at many Dambusters' anniversaries at Derwent Dam. His final appearance was in May 2008 with Les Munro(the last surviving pilot from the raid on the Ruhr dams). The actor also narrated at least one TV documentary about the Dambusters and contributed forewords to many books on the subject, including The Dam Busters by Jonathan Falconer (2003), Filming The Dam Busters by Jonathan Falconer (2005) and most recently Bouncing-Bomb Man: The Science of Sir Barnes Wallisby Iain Murray (2009).

    Todd, who had been suffering from cancer, died in his sleep at his Little Humby home on 3 December 2009. He is survived by his daughter Fiona and two of his four sons, Jeremy & Andrew.He was buried between his two sons Seamus and Peter at St. Guthlacs the church in Little Ponton, Lincolnshire, England. The epitaph reads - Richard Andrew Palethorpe Todd, 1919-2009, husband of Virginia and Kitty, loving father of Peter, Fiona, Andrew, Seamus and Jeremy, exit Dashing young Blade - a reference to the description made by the Queen Mother of the actor.

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    British exhibitors regularly listed Todd among the most popular local stars at the box office in various polls: 1. 1950 - 7th most popular British star 2. 1952 - 5th most popular British star in Britain 3. 1954 - 9th most popular British star 4. 1955 - 7th most popular British star 5. 1957 - 3rd most popular star in Britain

    An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde (1965) - Strand Theatre London with Margaret Lockwood, Michael Denison, Dulcie Gray and Roger Livesey- also toured South Africa
    Dear Octopus by Dodie Smith(1967) - Haymarket Theatre, London
    Sleuth(1972–73) - Australian tour
    Equus(1975) - Australian tour
    Caught in the Act(1986)
    In Camera An Autobiography Continued(1989)
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    Richard Todd. Carl Richard Todd Position: QB Throws: Right 6-2, 207lb (188cm, 93kg) Born: November 19, 1953 in Birmingham, AL. College: Alabama (College Stats) Weighted Career AV (100-95-...): 61 (972nd overall since 1960) High School: Davidson

    • November 19, 1953
  7. Apr 20, 2021 · Richard Todd is a writer, inventor, and entrepreneur.

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  9. Richard Todd List of Movies and TV Shows - TV Guide › celebrities › richard-todd

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