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Sinden, Jeremy

Jeremy Sinden

Jeremy Mahoney Sinden was born on June 14, 1950 in London, England, UK to actor Sir Donald Sinden and Diana Mahoney. He also had one brother, Marc.

Sinden attended Edgeborough School in Franham, Surrey, England, and Lancing College in Lancing, England, but did not go on to university.  Instead, Sinden dove into the Pitlochry Festival Theatre to train as a deputy assistant stage manager.

Sinden spent two seasons at Stratford-on-Avon '70-'71, did pantomime, and repertory, a season at Chichester, and a tour of The Mating Game and the Chiltern Hundreds, but he felt he really needed to hone his acting skills so off he set to the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.  It was at LAMDA where he earned a Forsyth award

Jeremy Sinden died of lung cancer on May 29, 1996 in London, England, UK.
He was married to, and survived by, Delia Lindsay (1977-1996) they had two daughters, Kezia and Harriet.  He was also survived by his brother, actor/producer/director Marc Sinden.

Innocent, The~1993 - Captain Lofting
Let Him Have It~1991 - Soames Daily Telegraph
Object of Beauty, The~1991 - Jonathan
Madame Sousatzka~1988 - Woodford
Ascendancy~1982 - Darcy
Doll's Eye~1982 - Business Executive
Chariots of Fire~1981 - President - Gilbert & Sullivan Society
Mark Gertler: Fragments of a Biography~1981 - Vorticist
Dangerous Davies - The Last Detective~1981 - Detective Sergeant Green
Rosie Dixon - Night Nurse~1978 - Fishlock
Star Wars~1977 -  Dex Tiree - Gold Two

The Detectives~1996 - Doctor in Fur Coat, No Knickers
Famous Five, The~1996 - Barling in Five Go to Smuggler's Top: Parts 1 &  2
As Time Goes By~1996 - Alan in:
    Avoiding the Country Set
    The Country Set
Middlemarch~1994 (mini) - Captain Lydgate in 1.3-1.5
House of Windsor, The~1994 - Giles Huntingdon (6 episodes)
Trainer~1991 - Freddie Farrell in 2.3-2.5, and 2.10
Screen Two~1989-1991 -
     Jonathan in The Object of Beauty
     Richard Croucher in Virtuoso
Never the Twain~1982-1990 -
     2nd Policeman in A Car by Any Other Name
     Doctor in Blood Brothers
After the War~1989 (mini) - Brian Routh in Yesterday and Tomorrow
Square Deal~1988-1989 - Max Grout (8 episodes)
Virtuoso~1988 - Richard Croucher
The Management~1988 - Jonty in The Wedding
Fortunes of War~1987 (mini) - Lord Lisdoonvarna in:
     Egypt: September 1942
     Egypt: April 1941
Dorothy L. Sayers Mystery~1987 - Henry Weldon in Have His Carcase: Episode Two - Four
Lord Peter Wimsey~1987 - Henry Weldon
Bergerac~1987 - Pat Harrison in The Memory Man
Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy~1986 (mini) - Brockman in 1.1 (see Actor Connections - TV)
Harem~1986 - Randolph
Robin of Sherwood~1986 - Moritmer in The Inheritance
All at Number 20~1986 - Mr. Bagley in 1.3
Harem~1986 - Randolph
Fairly Secret Army~1984-1986 - 2nd Lt. Bagnall in
    Treacherous Chaps, Causes
    Ever Tried Making Love to a Marxist?
    Epping's Not Far
    Operation Charm
Three Up Two Down~1985 - Nigel in Epping's Not Far
Lytton's Diary~1985 - Porky Fox in The Lady in the Mask
Far Pavilions, The~1984 (mini) - Raikes in:
     Part Three: Wally and Anjuli
     Part One: Return to India
Chance in a Million~1984 - Corporal Browning in STuff of Dreams
Number 10~1983 - Lord Rosebery in Old Glad Eyes
Squadron~1982 - Flight Lietenant Delavine in Mascot
Holding the Fort~1982 - Roger in One Careful Owner
Brideshead Revisited~1981 (mini) - Boy Mulcaster in:
     A Twitch Upon the Trhead
     The Unseen Hook
     The Bleak Light of Day
     Et in Arcadia Ego
Kelly Monteith~1981 - in 3.4
Have I Got You...Where You Want Me~1981 - Jason
Dangerous Davies: The Last Detective~1981 - Detective Sergeant Green
BBC2 Playhouse~1979-1981 -
     H. G. Wells/Evelyn Waugh in Fothergill
     J. D. Tupperman in School Play
Danger UXB~1979 - Lt. Ivor Rodgers (10 episodes)
Play for Today~1978 - Roddy in Soldiers Talking Cleanly
Crossroads~1977 - Anthony Mortimer (20 episodes)
ITV Playhouse~1977 - Nigel in The Bass Player and the Blonde
The Expert~1976 - Price (9 episodes)
Sweeney, The~1976 - DC Feast in May

Wind in the Willows~1995-1996 - Toad (Old Vic, London, England, UK)
Royal National Theatre repertoire season~1994-1995: (see Actor Connections - Theatre)
     The Seagull
     Johnny on the Spot
     Broken Glass
     Sweet Bird of Youth
     The Birthday party
     Les Parents Terribles
     El Cid
     Rutherford & Son
     Angels in America
     The Devil's Disciple - Major Swinden
     Racing Demon
     The Children's Hour
     Two Weeks with the Queen
     Alice's Adventures Underground
     The Wind in the Willows - Toad
     Out of a House Walked a Man
     Leave Taking
Semi-Monde~1988 - (Royalty, )
Spin of the Wheel~1987 - Sammy Class (Palace Theatre, Watford; Comedy Theatre, London, UK) (see Actor Connections - Theatre)
An Ideal Husband~198? - Lord Goring (Westminster Theatre, )
Bless the Bride~1987 - (Sadler's Wells Theatre, London, England, UK)
John Bull's Other Island~1986 - Broadbent (Cambridge Theatre, Co, Arts Theatre, Cambridge, England, UK)
The Scarlet Pimpernel~1985 - Sir Percy Blakeney (Her Majesty's Theatre, London, England, UK)
The Philanthropist~1985 - (Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester, West Sussex, England, UK) (see Actor Connections - Theatre)
The Jungle Book~1984 - Baloo the Bear (Adelphi Theatre, )
French Without Tears~1983 - (Theatre Royal Plymouth/Greenwich Theatre, UK)
The Seagull~1980 - (with his wife Delia Lindsay)
Chiltern Hundreds, The~1977 - (Key Theatre, Peterborough, UK)
Made in Heaven~1975 - (Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester, West Sussex, England, UK)
Cyrano de Bergerac~1975 - (Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester, West Sussex, England, UK)
Othello~1975 -  (Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester, West Sussex, England, UK)
Romeo and Juliet~1975 - (Bristol Little Theatre, Bristol, England, UK)
Pericles, Prince of Tyre~1973 - (Bristol Old Vic, Bristol, England, UK)
Great War, Journey's End~1972 - Private Broughton, then Captain Stanhope at the end of the run (Mermaid and Cambridge, England, UK)
Othello~1971-1972 - Venetian Officer (Aldwych Theatre, London, England, UK; Japanese Tour)
The Mating Game~1978 - (Bournemouth, )
The Chiltern Hundreds~1977 - (The Rex Theatre, Wilmslow, England, UK)
Follow the Star~ - (Westminster, )
Lady Harry~ - (Savoy, )
The Gypsy Princess~ - (Sadler's Wells, )

Theater Director
Bulldog Drummond~1992 (Nuffield Southampton, UK)
An Ideal Husband~198?

Audio Books
Bomb Vessel, The~1994
Corvette, The~1993
Galahad at Blandings~1996
Hand in Glove~1993
Hare Sitting Up: A Sir John Appleby Mystery~1993
Pigs Have Wings~1995
Remove the Bodies~1993
Full Moon~1992
Cruel Count, The~1988
Heavy Weather~ -  
The Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde~
Little White Doves of Love~

Awards, Honors, and Nominations
Emmy Awards:
Nom 1981 for his role in Brideshead Revisited
Forsyth Award:
Rec'd 19??

1980s - formed a classic theatrical touring company with his wife Delia Lindsay.

1970-1971 - Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon as an assistant stage manager, and an understudy for 45 parts.

1968 - Jeremy and his brother Marc were a part of the 'na-na' chorus for the Beatles' song Hey Jude filmed at Twickenham Studios.  (seen in the photo below in the orange shirt and tan jacket just behind Ringo Starr.)

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