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RICHARD JOHNSON (GRANDPA) was born in Upminster, Essex, and is a distinguished actor, writer and producer. Johnson trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) in London and made his first professional appearance on stage with Sir John Gielgud's company. During the Second World War he served in the navy, and made his film debut in 1951. Johnson's biggest successes as a film actor came with "The Haunting” and as Bulldog Drummond in the 1966's "Deadlier Than the Male” and 1969's "Some Girls Do It.” He also appeared in several Italian films, including Lucio Fulci's cult classic "Zombie 2.” During the 1970's he starred with the Royal Shakespeare Company and played Marc Anthony in "Anthony and Cleopatra” and the title role in "Cymbeline” in 1982. Johnson continues to appear on film and television, often in historical dramas, as well as acting on stage in the West End and lecturing on Shakespeare. Johnson's second wife was the Hollywood actress Kim Novak, with whom he appeared in the 1965 film, "The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders.” Some of Johnson's notable film credits include: "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider,” "Scoop,” "Diving In,” "Lady Jane,” "Zombie,” "Screamers,” "A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square” and "Julius Caesar.” For television, Johnson's credits include: "The Raven,” "Waking the Dead,” "Midsomer Murders,” "Doc Martin,” "The Robinsons,” The Royal,” "Happy Days,” "Tales from the Crypt,” "A Man for All Seasons,” "Murder She Wrote” and "Pride and Prejudice.”


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