Alan Badel Movies and Career Information

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Sep 11, 1923
Rusholme
Actor

Alan Fernand Badel (pronounced /bəˈdɛl/) (11 September 1923 – 19 March 1982) was a distinguished English stage actor who also appeared frequently in the cinema, radio and television and was noted for his richly textured voice which was once described as "the sound of tears". Badel was born in Rusholme, Manchester, educated at Burnage High School and fought with the French Resistance during the Second World War. He played leading parts, including Romeo and Hamlet, with the Old Vic and Stratford companies. Badel's most notable early screen role was as John the Baptist in the Rita Hayworth version of Salome (1953), a version in which the story was altered to make Salome a Christian convert who dances for Herod in order to save John rather than have him condemned to death. Badel portrayed Richard Wagner in Magic Fire (1955), a biopic about the composer, and Baron Nicolas de Gunzburg in the Paramount film Nijinsky (1980). He also played the role of Karl Denny, the impresario, in the 1963 film Bitter Harvest based on the novel 20,000 Streets Under the Sky by the author and playwright Patrick Hamilton. In the film he engages a young Welsh girl called Jennie Jones who, under his control,

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