Sir Alec Guinness

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Noun1.Sir Alec Guinness - English stage and screen actor noted for versatility (1914-2000)Sir Alec Guinness - English stage and screen actor noted for versatility (1914-2000)
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A Robert Hardy B Sir Alec Guinness C Brian Blessed D Nigel Hawthorne 12.
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The 84-yearold began her acting career in radio in 1944 and went on to make her mark in classic dramas such as I, Claudius and Tinker Tailor, Soldier, Spy opposite Sir Alec Guinness. She said: "It would be hard to calculate the debt I owe to the BBC - in human as well as professional terms."
THE officer who inspired Sir Alec Guinness's character in The Bridge on the River Kwai has been honoured by former PoWs.
"We had regular visitors from America interested in the history of the house and even Sir Alec Guinness, who my grandfather became friends with when they served together during the Second World War, stayed at the house."
WAN TOUGH ACT TO MATCH EWAN MCGREGOR, LEFT, AS OBI WAN KENOBI IN STAR WARS PREQUELS VS SIR ALEC GUINNESS, ABOVE, AS OBI WAN KENOBI IN STAR WARS EWAN McGregor faced one of the toughest challenges of his career in portraying Obi Wan Kenobi as a young man in the Star Wars prequels.
Sir Alec Guinness, who played Obi Wan Kenobi in the original three "Star Wars" films, wasn't the biggest fan of the first installment in the series, "Star Wars: A New Hope." That's according to a letter current "Star Wars" actor Oscar Isaac read at a London performance, apparently penned by Guinness while filming the 1977 movie, the ( Telegraph  reported.
Film SCROOGE with Albert Finney A 1970 musical retelling of Charles Dickens' classic winter's tale, starring Albert Finney as the miser Ebeneezer and Sir Alec Guinness as Marley.
KIND HEARTS AND CORONETS (BBC4, Wednesday, 8pm) SIR Alec Guinness delivers eight tour-deforce performances in this delicious 1949 Ealing black comedy, which is regularly voted one of the best British films of all time.
Carey Mulligan and Keira Knightley KIND HEARTS AND CORONETS (Wednesday, BBC4, 8.00pm) SIR ALEC GUINNESS delivers eight tour-de-force performances in Robert Hamer's 1949 Ealing black comedy.
The exhibition was frequented by actor Sir Alec Guinness who used to donate PS5 on every visit, according to the artist.