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Robert Coote

Robert CooteBorn: 4-Feb-1909
Birthplace: London, England
Died: 26-Nov-1982
Location of death: New York City
Cause of death: Heart Attack

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: England
Executive summary: My Fair Lady

Military service: Royal Canadian Air Force (squadron leader, 1940-46)

Stage actor, best known for having created the role of Col. Pickering in the stage production of My Fair Lady.

Father: Bert Coote (music hall comedian, b. 1867, d. 1-Sep-1938)
Mother: Ada Russell
Sister: Peggy Coote Caswell

    University: Hurstpierpoint College (dropped out)

    Theatre of Blood (5-Apr-1973)
    Up the Front (1972)
    Prudence and the Pill (23-May-1968)
    The Cool Ones (12-Apr-1967) · Stan
    The Swinger (14-Nov-1966)
    A Man Could Get Killed (25-Mar-1966) · Hatton
    The V.I.P.'s (1-Sep-1963) · John Coburn
    The League of Gentlemen (5-Apr-1960) · Bunny Warren
    The Horse's Mouth (11-Nov-1958) · Sir William Beeder
    Merry Andrew (20-Mar-1958) · Dudley Larabee
    The Swan (26-Apr-1956) · Capt. Wunderlich
    The Constant Husband (16-May-1955)
    The Prisoner of Zenda (4-Nov-1952) · Fritz von Tarlenheim
    The Merry Widow (5-Sep-1952)
    The Tragedy of Othello: The Moor of Venice (10-May-1952)
    Scaramouche (8-May-1952) · Gaston Binet
    Soldiers Three (29-Mar-1951) · Maj. Mercer
    The Elusive Pimpernel (6-Feb-1950)
    The Red Danube (22-Sep-1949) · Brig. C. M. V. Catlock
    The Three Musketeers (20-Oct-1948) · Aramis
    Berlin Express (1-May-1948) · Sterling
    The Exile (17-Oct-1947) · Pinner
    Forever Amber (10-Oct-1947)
    Lured (28-Aug-1947)
    The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (26-Jun-1947) · Mr. Coombe
    A Matter of Life and Death (1-Nov-1946) · Bob
    Forever and a Day (21-Jan-1943)
    Commandos Strike at Dawn (30-Dec-1942) · Robert Bowen
    You Can't Fool Your Wife (21-May-1940) · Battincourt
    Vigil in the Night (5-Feb-1940)
    Nurse Edith Cavell (1-Sep-1939)
    Bad Lands (8-Aug-1939)
    The House of Fear (30-Jun-1939)
    Gunga Din (24-Jan-1939) · Higginbotham
    Mr. Moto's Last Warning (20-Jan-1939) · Rollo
    The Girl Downstairs (23-Dec-1938) · Karl
    Blond Cheat (17-Jun-1938) · Gilbert Potts
    A Yank at Oxford (18-Feb-1938) · Wavertree
    The Thirteenth Chair (7-May-1937) · Stanby

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