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Richard Harris

Richard HarrisAKA Richard St. John Harris

Born: 1-Oct-1930
Birthplace: Limerick, Ireland
Died: 25-Oct-2002
Location of death: London, England
Cause of death: Cancer - Lymphoma
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered in the Bahamas)

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor, Musician

Nationality: Ireland
Executive summary: English Bob in Unforgiven

Harris was relaxing at home, watching Clint Eastwood's High Plains Drifter on video, when Eastwood called and offered him the role of English Bob in Unforgiven.

Father: Ivan Harris (farmer)
Mother: Mildred Harty
Brother: Dermot Harris
Wife: Elizabeth Rees (m. 1957, div. 1969, three sons)
Son: Damian Harris (b. 1958)
Son: Jared Harris (actor, b. 24-Aug-1961)
Son: Jamie Harris (actor, b. 1965)
Wife: Ann Turkel (actress, m. 7-Jun-1974, div. 1982)

    High School: Crescent School, Limerick, Ireland
    High School: Sacred Heart Jesuit College

    Drug Overdose 1978
    Risk Factors: Tuberculosis

    The Hero (1970)

    Julius Caesar (27-Dec-2002)
    The Apocalypse (10-Dec-2002)
    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (3-Nov-2002) · Albus Dumbledore
    The Count of Monte Cristo (23-Jan-2002)
    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (4-Nov-2001) · Albus Dumbledore
    My Kingdom (10-Sep-2001)
    Gladiator (1-May-2000) · Marcus Aurelius
    Grizzly Falls (13-Aug-1999)
    To Walk with Lions (4-Jun-1999) · George Adamson
    The Barber of Siberia (30-Oct-1998)
    This Is the Sea (15-Sep-1997)
    The Hunchback (16-Mar-1997)
    Smilla's Sense of Snow (13-Feb-1997) · Tork
    Trojan Eddie (9-Sep-1996)
    Cry, the Beloved Country (14-Sep-1995) · James Jarvis
    Abraham (3-Apr-1994)
    Silent Tongue (1-Feb-1994) · Prescott Roe
    Wrestling Ernest Hemingway (17-Dec-1993)
    Unforgiven (3-Aug-1992)
    Patriot Games (5-Jun-1992)
    The Field (13-Sep-1990) · Bull McCabe
    King of the Wind (25-May-1990) · King George II
    Mack the Knife (2-Feb-1990)
    Martin's Day (1984) · Martin Steckert
    Highpoint (30-Sep-1982)
    Triumphs of a Man Called Horse (1982)
    Your Ticket Is No Longer Valid (18-Dec-1981)
    Tarzan, the Ape Man (24-Jul-1981) · Parker
    The Last Word (Oct-1979)
    Ravagers (May-1979)
    Game for Vultures (1979)
    The Wild Geese (11-Nov-1978)
    Golden Rendezvous (25-Dec-1977)
    Orca (22-Jul-1977) · Nolan
    Gulliver's Travels (1977)
    The Cassandra Crossing (18-Dec-1976)
    The Return of a Man Called Horse (4-Aug-1976) · John Morgan
    Robin and Marian (11-Mar-1976) · King Richard the Lionheart
    Echoes of a Summer (6-Feb-1976) · Eugene Striden
    99 and 44/100% Dead (21-Mar-1975)
    Juggernaut (25-Sep-1974) · Cmdr. Anthony Fallon
    The Deadly Trackers (21-Dec-1973) · Sean Kilpatrick
    Man in the Wilderness (24-Nov-1971) · Zachary Bass
    The Snow Goose (15-Nov-1971)
    Cromwell (16-Jul-1970) · Oliver Cromwell
    A Man Called Horse (23-Apr-1970) · John Morgan
    The Molly Maguires (8-Feb-1970)
    The Hero (1970)
    Camelot (25-Oct-1967) · King Arthur
    Caprice (18-Apr-1967)
    Hawaii (10-Oct-1966)
    The Bible (28-Sep-1966)
    The Heroes of Telemark (Nov-1965)
    Major Dundee (15-Mar-1965) · Capt. Benjamin Tyreen
    Red Desert (4-Sep-1964)
    This Sporting Life (Jan-1963) · Frank Machin
    Mutiny on the Bounty (8-Nov-1962) · John Mills
    The Guns of Navarone (22-Jun-1961) · Barnsby
    The Long and the Short and the Tall (28-Feb-1961) · Cpl. Johnstone
    The Night Fighters (17-Jun-1960) · Sean Reilly
    The Wreck of the Mary Deare (6-Nov-1959) · Higgins
    Shake Hands with the Devil (24-Jun-1959) · Terence O'Brien
    Alive and Kicking (1959)

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