Donald Sinden

Biography of Donald Sinden

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 professional acting after appearing with the Mobile Entertainments Southern Area company in modern comedies for the armed forces during the Second World War and later trained as an actor at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art.

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