Sir Donald Alfred Sinden (born 9 October 1923) is an English actor of theatre, film, television and radio and an author.
He made his first stage appearance at the Brighton Little Theatre (of which he later became President) in January 1941, playing Dudley in George and Margaret in place of his cousin, Frank, who had been called-up to war and so was unable to appear. He broke into ... more »
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''An actor who knows his business ought to be able to make the London telephone directory sound enthralling.''Donald Sinden (b. 1923), British stage and screen actor. Observer (London, February 12, 1989).
''Actors ought to be larger than life. You come across quite enough ordinary, nondescript people in daily life and I don't see why you should be subjected to them on the stage too.''Donald Sinden (b. 1923), British stage and screen actor. Observer (London, February 12, 1989).