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Anthony Bate

Residence  London, England
Name  Anthony Bate
Nationality  British
Role  Actor
Occupation  Actor
Spouse  Diana Fay (m. 1954–2012)
Years active  1953–2005

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Born  31 August 1927 (1927-08-31) Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
Education  King Edward VI School, Stourbridge
Alma mater  Central School of Speech and Drama
Died  June 19, 2012, Newport, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom
Children  Mark Hewitt Bate, Gavin Watson Bate
Parents  Cecile Marjorie Canadine, Hubert George Cookson Bate
Movies and TV shows  Ghost Story, A Woman Called Golda, Rebecca, Eminent Domain, Countdown to War
Similar People  John Irvin, Simon Langton, Stephen Weeks, John le Carre

Anthony Bate (31 August 1927 – 19 June 2012) was an English actor.

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He is possibly best known for his role as Oliver Lacon in the BBC television adaptations of the John le Carré novels Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy and Smiley's People.

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Bate's other credits include: Dixon of Dock Green, The Saint, The Avengers, Prime Suspect, A Touch of Frost and Midsomer Murders.

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Early life

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He was born the third son of Isle of Wight hoteliers Hubert George Cookson Bate (son of George Harry Bate, a hairdresser and trichologist, of Stourbridge; died 1986) and Cecile Marjorie Canadine (died 1973). Bate was educated at King Edward VI School, Stourbridge, and trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama (Gold medal). During his National Service he served with the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve 1945-47.

Theatre

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From his professional theatre debut in 1953, Bate's theatre roles included: his first West End appearance in Inherit the Wind (St Martin’s) 1960, Treasure Island (Mermaid) 1960, Happy Family (Hampstead) 1966, Much Ado About Nothing and Silence (RSC Aldwych) 1969. Find Your Way Home (Open Space Theatre) 1970, Eden End (tour) 1972, Economic Necessity (Haymarket Leicester) 1973, Getting Away with Murder (Comedy) 1976, Shadow Box (Cambridge) 1979, The Old Jest (tour) 1980, and A Flea in her Ear (Plymouth Theatre Co) 1980. Little Lies (Wyndhams) 1983, Master Class (tour) 1984, The Deep Blue Sea (Theatre Royal Haymarket) 1988, Relative Values (Chichester Festival Theatre and Savoy) 1993–94.

Television

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Bate's first television appearance was in 1955 and from then on he appeared as: James in Pinter’s The Collection, Rogojin in The Idiot, MacDuff in Macbeth, Javert in Les Misérables, the title role in Grady (a trilogy), T H Huxley in Darwin’s Bulldog, Nikolai in Fathers and Sons, Creon in King Oedipus, Victor Hugo in Ego Hugo, Harry Paynter in Intimate Strangers, The Dutch Train Hijack 1976, Dr Dorn in The Seagull 1977, Kim Philby in Philby, Burgess and Maclean 1977 (nominated Best Actor Monte Carlo Festival 1978), An Englishman's Castle (1978), the title role in The Trial of Uri Urlov 1978, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy 1978, Crime and Punishment 1979, ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore 1979, The Human Crocodile 1980, Smiley's People 1982, A Woman Called Golda (with Ingrid Bergman) 1982, J A D Ingres in Artists and Models 1983, Game, Set and Match 1987, War and Remembrance 1988, Countdown to War 1989, Medics 1991 and 1992, Prime Suspect 1994, Rebecca 1996, A Touch of Frost 1996, Bodyguards 1996, Silent Witness 1997, Midsomer Murders 2000. He also appeared in Spindoe and Beasts.

Films

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Bate's film credits include Dentist in the Chair (1960), Dentist on the Job (1961), Payroll (1961), A Prize of Arms (1962), Act of Murder (1964), Ghost Story (1974), Give My Regards to Broad Street (1984), Eminent Domain (1990) and Nowhere in Africa (2001) (winner Oscar for Best Film in a Foreign Language). Bate had been a member of BAFTA since 1985.

Personal life

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On 22 May 1954 he married Diana Fay, the daughter of Kenneth Alfred Charles Caws Watson (d 29 October 1940), of Seaview, Isle of Wight. His two sons are Gavin Watson (born 1961) and Mark Hewitt (born 1963).

Death

Bate died in the early hours of 19 June 2012 at the age of 84 from a brief illness at St.Mary's Hospital, Isle of Wight. He was rushed into the hospital on 17 June 2012 because of his condition. He was survived by his wife Diana and his two children.

References

Anthony Bate Wikipedia


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