Harry Andrews
Biographical Information
Born November 10th, 1911
Tonbridge, England
Died March 6th, 1989
Salehurst, England
Productions Tales of the Unexpected as Klausner
Vocal Type Baritone

Harry Andrews was an English actor.


Born in Tonbridge, Kent, he started acting on stage in 1933 and appeared in a number of Shakespearian productions, including making his New York debut as Horatio in Hamlet. After serving in the Royal Artillery during the Second World War, Andrews made his screen debut in 1953 with The Red Beret.

Andrews appeared in a large number of films during his extensive career, including the critically acclaimed The Agony and the Ecstasy, horror film Theatre of Blood and Nicholas and Alexandra as well as several television roles including Clayhanger, Armchair Theatre, and A Question of Guilt as Inspector Whicher. He voiced the brutal General Woundwort in Animal Farm.

Andrews passed away in 1989.


Andrews only sang in one production, singing "All Things Bright and Beautiful" in Tales of the Unexpected, having been dubbed in his earlier role in Man of La Mancha.


Tales of the Unexpected (1981)Edit

  • All Things Bright and Beautiful (solo)

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