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The Quiz. Who am I?

The Quiz. Who am I?

Name this person and win a meal for two to the value of €25.00 at the Clubhouse Restaurant, at Los Hidalgos, above Eroski. Send your entry by e-mail to editor@webexpressguide.com by the 15th November 2011. The first correct answer to be drawn will be the winner. With your answer, you must supply name, phone number and area where you live.

I was born on New Years Eve 1937 to parents Murial and Richard Arthur. My father was a man of immense, sometimes violent energy, whose eyes would change colour when he was excited.

Growing up, I was a sensitive child, happier drawing, painting and playing the piano (IÂ’m now a virtuoso) than hanging with the other kids. I was dyslexic, and very poor academically. Instead I used to love watching films, coming to idolise stars like Bogart, Cagney, Jack Palance and Richard Burton.

I left school to enrol in the Cardiff College of music and drama and after graduation took a job with the Arts Council. Following a stint of National
Service I returned to my parents new place in Laleston, near Bridgend and appeared in several local plays, making my professional debut in ‘Have
A CigaretteÂ’, at the Palace Theatre, Swansea, in 1960.

My inherited characteristics made me intense and my years as a lonely outsider fuelled the fire. I won a place at RADA and spent the 70Â’s and 80Â’s
between theatre and the big screen covering such diverse roles as: Philip Calvert, and Captain Bligh.

In the 90Â’s, I was re - introduced to the Big Screen and won an Oscar for my next possibly infamous role. A far cry from my roots in Wern Road Port. Talbot. WHO AM I?


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LAST MONTHS WINNER WAS: Ursula Cutts, Los Barrios, Cadiz

The most complete answer: Helen Duncan



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