George Raistrick
Biographical Information
Born March 26th, 1931
Lincolnshire, England
Died September 12th, 1995
Productions Canterbury Tales as Ensemble (original London cast)
I and Albert as Bertie in 1873/Ensemble (original London cast)
The Baker's Wife as Claude (original London cast)
Cabaret as Herr Schultz (video)
Recordings Canterbury Tales (original cast recording)
The Baker's Wife (original cast recording)
Vocal Type Baritone

George Raistrick was an English actor.


Born in Lincolnshire, England, Raistrick was an actor who worked many times on both stage and experience, working with the RSC early in his career on such shows as Antony and Cleopatra and Peter Pan.

Raistrick made his screen debut on an episode of Doctor Who and appeared in a number of television shows, including recurring roles in Common as Muck and The Tomorrow People.

He passed away in 1995.


Raistrick sang in a number of stage shows, appearing in the ensemble of the original production of Canterbury Tales and playing both the young Prince Albert and a number of supporting roles in I and Albert.

Raistrick also appeared as Claude in the London production of The Baker's Wife and played Herr Schultz in the filmed production of Cabaret.


Canterbury Tales (1968)Edit

I and Albert (1972)(originated the role)Edit

  • Vivat! Vivat! Regina/It Has All Begun
  • The Widow at Windsor
  • Go It, Old Girl!

The Baker's Wife (1989)Edit

  • The Luckiest Man in the World (contains solo lines)

Cabaret (1993)Edit

  • It Couldn't Please Me More (duet)
  • Married (duet)
  • Meeskite (solo)
  • Married (reprise)(solo)

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