Stanley Baker
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Born in Ferndale, South Wales
Born on 28th of February 1928
Died on 28th of June 1976

Born 1928. Died 1976 - Welsh actor.

Usually cast as the tough gritty villain, a notable early role was Bennett in The Cruel Sea (1953). In private his drinking partner and close friend was the other Welsh actor Richard Burton. A more endearing role was Henry Tudor in Richard III (1955), before his most memorable role alongside Michael Caine in Zulu. His own production company produced films such as Robbery (1967) and The Italian Job (1969). He was knighted in 1976.

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