John Ronane Movies and Career Information

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Dec 11, 1933


John Ronane (born 11 December 1933) is a British actor. An Emmy nominee for his role in "War of Children" for CBS, he lost to Lord Olivier that year. In the UK, he was a regular character in Granada TV's Strangers between 1978-82, playing Detective Sgt Singer. He has appeared onstage in the West End, in movies in Hollywood and Europe, on the BBC, on radio and television, and was a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company. He appeared in the television mini-series The Six Wives of Henry VIII and Elizabeth R as Thomas Seymour. Films include Captain Hawkins in "King Rat" with George Segal, John Mills and Denholm Elliott; "Charlie Bubbles" with Albert Finney and Liza Minnelli; "How I Won the War" with John Lennon and Michael Crawford; "La Mujer de l'Otro" with Martha Hyer for Madrid Coral Pictures; "Operation Crossbow" with Sophia Loren, George Peppard and Tom Courtenay; "Some May Live" with Joseph Cotton and Martha Hyer; starred in "The Touchables" for Twentieth Century Fox. Other TV credits include: Z Cars, Dixon of Dock Green, The Saint, The Avengers, Department S, The Persuaders!, Out of the Unknown, Survivors, starred in 'Trust Red' in The Sweeney, 1990, All Creatures Great and

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