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Bogarde

(ˈbəʊɡɑːd)
n
(Biography) Sir Dirk, real name Derek Jules Gaspard Ulric Niven van den Bogaerde. 1920–99, British film actor and writer: his films include The Servant (1963) and Death in Venice (1970). His writings include the autobiographical A Postillion Struck by Lightning (1977) and the novel A Period of Adjustment (1994)
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I hope you don't mind but I actually attribute this to my Scottish roots." SIR DIRK BOGARDE WITH a name like 'Derek Jules Gaspard Ulric Niven van den Bogaerde' you could be forgiven for not realising that actor Sir Dirk Bogarde had strong links to Scotland.
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British actor Sir Dirk Bogarde died in London at age 78.
The novels of Sir Dirk Bogarde, who died ten days ago, will be used by relatives to choose the location of his final send-off, his nephew said yesterday.
FILM star Sir Dirk Bogarde has died after a massive heart attack at the age of 78.
ACTOR and writer Sir Dirk Bogarde died yesterday aged 78 after suffering a heart attack at his London home.
SIR Dirk Bogarde, the matinee screen idol of the 1950s who went on to become a highly acclaimed actor and accomplished writer, has died aged 78.