|Born||April 5th, 1929 |
|Died||December 26th, 2001 |
|Productions||Privates on Parade as Major Giles Flack |
The Black Cauldron as Fflewddur Flam
|Recordings||Privates on Parade (original cast recording) |
Oh, Lady, Lady! (2001 studio cast)
Nigel Hawthorne was an English actor.
Born in Coventry, Warwickshire, Hawthorne lived and studied in Cape Town, before returning to England to act. He made his stage debut in 1950 and became recognised for his leading role in The Madness of George III (and the subsequent film) and the television series Yes, Minister and Yes, Prime Minister in which he won four BAFTAs for playing Sir Humphrey Appleby.
Hawthorne passed away in 2001.
Hawthorne sang on a few occasions, originating the role of Major Flack in Privates on Parade (in which he sang "The Prince of Peace") and appearing on a studio cast recording of Oh, Lady, Lady! He also briefly sang as the character of Fflewddur Flam in The Black Cauldron.
- Fflewddur's Song (solo)
- The Prince of Peace (solo)