Parents Harry Nesbitt
Years active 1956–present
Children Kerry Nesbitt
|Name Derren Nesbitt|
Uncles Max Nesbitt
|Full Name Derren Michael Horwitz|
Born 19 June 1935 (age 80) (1935-06-19) London, England, UK
Spouse Anne Aubrey (m. 1961–1973), Miranda Nesbitt
Movies and TV shows Where Eagles Dare, Burke & Hare, Special Branch, The Amorous Milkman, The Blue Max
Similar People Anne Aubrey, Vernon Sewell, Anton Diffring, Brian G Hutton, Peter McEnery
A conversation with derren nesbitt major von hapen in where eagles dare
Derren Nesbitt (born Derren Michael Horwitz; 19 June 1935) is an English actor.
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- A Derren Nesbitt Tribute
- Acting career
- Personal life
A Derren Nesbitt Tribute
Nesbitt's many television credits date back to the 1950s, including roles in The Invisible Man, Man of the World, Danger Man, The Prisoner, Doctor Who, UFO and The Saint. He has also appeared in ongoing roles in a few series, including Special Branch and The Courtroom, and Where Eagles Dare.
In July 2008, just after being released from hospital following a bout of pneumonia, he announced that he was writing a book on "biblical myths and falsehoods".
Nesbitt has been married four times and has five children from his various marriages. His first three marriages all ended in divorce.
In 1961 he married his first wife, the actress Anne Aubrey, and they had a daughter the next year. On 25 January 1973 he was fined £250 when he pleaded guilty to two charges of assault occasioning actual bodily harm in October the previous year. He thrashed her with a leather strap after she told him that she was having an affair with another man. He also bruised her by grabbing her clothing the next day when she refused to tell him details about her lover. She divorced him a few months later.
Fairly soon after this he married his second wife Susan, and they had at least one child. His third wife was an Australian beauty queen, and for a time he moved to her country. As of 2014, he lives in Worthing, West Sussex, with his fourth wife Miranda.