Victor Spinetti

Victor Spinetti

Performer

Victor Spinetti, whose fame as a successful British stage actor was trumped by the distinction of having appeared in three of the five films The Beatles made, died July 19. The cause was cancer. He was 82.

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  • Born: Sep 2, 1929 in Wales, UK
  • Death: Jun 19, 2012 in London, England

Roles (6)

The Philanthropist Playbill - March 1971 The Philanthropist (1971)
Opened Mar 15, 1971
  • as Braham (Original)
The Philanthropist - Opening Night
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La Grosse Valise Playbill - Dec 1965 La Grosse Valise (1965)
Opened Dec 14, 1965
  • as Svatsou the Clown (M. Cheri) (Original)
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Oh What a Lovely War Playbill - Sept 1964 Oh What a Lovely War (1964)
Opened Sep 30, 1964
  • as Master of Ceremonies (Original)
  • as General Lanrezac (Original)
  • as Drill Sergeant (Original)
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The Hostage Playbill - Oct 1960 The Hostage (1960)
Opened Sep 20, 1960
  • as I.R.A. Officer (Original)
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Awards

Theatre World
1965 Theatre World Award Oh What a Lovely War Winner
Tony Award
1965 Featured Actor in a Musical Oh What a Lovely War Winner