Celebrity picks for Derby Dead Pool 2007: W


Wagner, Robert
Born 10 February 1930  (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Hollywood actor of "The Longest Day" fame, who went on to play Jonathan Hart in the TV series "Hart to Hart". Younger viewers may know him as Number Two out of the "Austin Powers" films (as pictured here). He did not, repeat not, push his wife Natalie Wood off a boat.
[Picture of Robert Wagner]


Wagoner, Porter Porter Wagoner is no longer with us
Born 12 August 1927  (West Plains, Missouri, USA)

Died 28 October 2007  (Nashville, Tennessee, USA)

Age at death: 80  (read death notice)
Country music singer, known for his rhinestone suits and duets with Dolly Parton.
[Picture of Porter Wagoner]


Wahid, Abdurrahman
Born 4 August 1940  (Indonesia)
Muslim cleric, former President of Indonesia (1999-2001) and leader of the oddly-named National Awakening Party. Has been impeached for corruption and suffered several strokes, leaving him almost blind. Also goes by the name of Gus Dur for some reason.
[Picture of Abdurrahman Wahid]


Waite, Terry
Born 31 May 1939  (Styal, Cheshire, England)
Rotund, bearded Church of England envoy who hugged a radiator in Beirut for almost 5 years after a peace mission went wrong.
[Picture of Terry Waite]


Waits, Tom
Born 7 December 1949  (Pomona, California, USA)
Singer, songwriter, composer & actor.
[Picture of Tom Waits]


Wake, Nancy (Died in 2011)
Born 30 August 1912  (Wellington, New Zealand)
The Allies' most decorated servicewoman of World War II - received 6 major honours for her work alongside the French Resistance.
[Picture of Nancy Wake]


Waldheim, Kurt Kurt Waldheim is no longer with us
Born 21 December 1918  (St. Andrä-Wördern, Austria)

Died 14 June 2007  (Vienna, Austria)

Age at death: 88  (read death notice)
Former president of Austria (1986-92), and before that Secretary-General of the United Nations (1971-1981). Ironically (or perhaps bafflingly, given his later position), after the Second World War he was wanted by the UN War Crimes Commission because of his involvement in Nazi atrocities committed in Bosnia while serving in the Wehrmacht.
[Picture of Kurt Waldheim]


Walesa, Lech
Born 29 September 1943  (Popowo, Poland)
Former Trade Unionist and electrician who later became President of Poland and a noted peace activist.
[Picture of Lech Walesa]


Walker, Johnnie
Born 30 March 1945  (Hampton-in-Arden, Birmingham, England)
DJ who started out on the pirate Radio Caroline in 1966, before moving to BBC Radio 1 not long after Caroline's demise. Since then he's been a continual presence on various stations, most recently presenting Radio 2's Drivetime Show. Born Peter Dingley, he announced in June 2003 that he was suffering from non-Hodgkins lymphoma.
[Picture of Johnnie Walker]


Walker, Murray
Born 10 October 1923  (Hall Green, Birmingham, England)
Excitable motor-racing commentator.
[Picture of Murray Walker]


Wallace, Mike (Died in 2012)
Born 9 May 1918  (Brookline, Massachusetts, USA)
American game show host, TV presenter and journalist, best known as a correspondent on "60 Minutes" for 38 years until his retirement in 2006.
[Picture of Mike Wallace]


Wallach, Eli
Born 7 December 1915  (Brooklyn, New York, USA)
Prolific film actor, mainly playing supporting roles. Highlights: "The Magnificent Seven", "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly", and Marilyn Monroe's last screen outing, "The Misfits". Lowlight: the risible final part of the "Godfather" trilogy. He has also maintained a continual presence on the stage throughout his film career.
[Picture of Eli Wallach]


Waller, Rik
Born in Gillingham, Kent, England  (exact date unknown)
Singer who shot to fame in Pop Idol in 2002, despite (or because of) his massive obesity. Still performing. Born 1982.
[Picture of Rik Waller]


Walliams, David
Born 20 August 1971  (Banstead, Surrey, England)
One half of the Little Britain comedy sketch show duo.
[Picture of David Walliams]


Wallis, Ken (Died in 2013)
Born 16 April 1916  (Ely, Cambridgeshire, England)
Former RAF type and MBE who holds several world records relating to flying autogyros (sort of a cross between a light aircraft and a helicopter).
[Picture of Ken Wallis]


Wallwork, Ronnie
Born 10 September 1977  (Newton Heath, Manchester, England)
West Bromwich Albion midfielder, stabbed in a Manchester nightclub in December 2006, but now back playing football again.
[Picture of Ronnie Wallwork]


Walsh, Bill Bill Walsh is no longer with us
Born 30 November 1931  (Fremont, California, USA)

Died 30 July 2007  (Woodside, California, USA)

Age at death: 75  
Former head coach of the San Francisco 49ers American football team.
[Picture of Bill Walsh]


Walsh, Louis
Born 5 August 1952  (Kiltimagh, County Mayo, Ireland)
Music manager, producer & judge on the X Factor.
[Picture of Louis Walsh]


Warne, Shane
Born 13 September 1969  (Upper Ferntree Gully, Victoria, Australia)
Ace cricketer, one of the greatest leg spinners in cricket history. Best remembered for making Mike Gatting look an ever bigger fool than normal in 1993.
[Picture of Shane Warne]


Waterman, Dennis
Born 24 February 1948  (Clapham, London, England)
English actor, who also likes to sing the theme tune to almost every show he's ever appeared in.
[Picture of Dennis Waterman]


Watkins, Ian 'H'
Born 8 May 1976  (Llwynypia, Rhondda, Wales)
Former member of the pop group Steps, who somehow managed to keep his relationship with Steps' manager, Tim Byrne, secret for 10 years.
[Picture of Ian 'H' Watkins]


Watkins, Sir Tasker Sir Tasker Watkins is no longer with us
Born 18 November 1918  (Nelson, Caerphilly, Wales)

Died 9 September 2007  (Cardiff, Wales)

Age at death: 88  (read death notice)
Soldier, judge & member of the Taffia. Awarded the Victoria Cross in 1944. Held judicial appointments from the 1960s onwards, including Lord Justice of Appeal from 1980-93 and Deputy Chief Justice of England from 1988-93.
[Picture of Sir Tasker Watkins]


Watson, Michael
Born 15 March 1965  (London, England)
Former boxer, whose career came to an abrupt halt after receiving head injuries in a bout with Chris Eubank in 1991. Has never made a full recovery, but did complete the London Marathon in 2003.
[Picture of Michael Watson]


Watson, Moray
Born 25 June 1928  (Sunningdale, Berkshire, England)
British actor, mostly on TV, including notable roles in "Rumpole of the Bailey" and "The Darling Buds of May".
[Picture of Moray Watson]


Watson, Russell
Born 24 November 1966  (Salford, Lancashire, England)
English opera singer, who had a brain tumour removed in 2006, but has since returned to singing.
[Picture of Russell Watson]


Watts, Charlie
Born 2 June 1941  (Islington, London, England)
The Rolling Stones' drummer. Diagnosed with throat cancer in June 2004.
[Picture of Charlie Watts]


Webb, Dorothy Dorothy Webb is no longer with us
Date and place of birth unknown

Died 16 October 2007  (unknown)

Age at death: 87  
Cliff Richard's mum. Born 1920. Suffered from Alzheimer's disease.
[Picture of Dorothy Webb]


Webster, Bruce
Born 31 May 1972  (place of birth unknown)
Convicted murderer, on Death Row in Indiana. Was scheduled for a lethal injection in April 2007, but received a stay of execution.
[Picture of Bruce Webster]


Weedon, Bert (Died in 2012)
Born 10 May 1920  (East Ham, London, England)
Influential guitarist and composer, a guru to Hank Marvin.
[Picture of Bert Weedon]


Weiland, Scott
Born 27 October 1967  (Santa Cruz, California, USA)
Lead singer of US grunge/hard rock group Velvet Revolver.
[Picture of Scott Weiland]


Welch, Raquel
Born 5 September 1940  (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
American actress & sex symbol.
[Picture of Raquel Welch]


Weller, George
Born 7 December 1916  (Tennessee, USA)
Elderly driver who killed 10 people and injured 63 others by ploughing his car into a crowded marketplace in Santa Monica, California, in July 2003 and continuing to accelerate. Was convicted in October 2006 of 10 counts of vehicular manslaughter.
[Picture of George Weller]


Wellington, The Duke of
Born 2 July 1915  (Rome, Italy)
Aristocrat and current holder of this famous military name.
[Picture of The Duke of Wellington]


Wells, Kitty (Died in 2012)
Born 30 August 1919  (Nashville, Tennessee, USA)
Successful US country & western singer.
[Picture of Kitty Wells]


Wendt, George
Born 17 October 1948  (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
TV actor - plays the part of Norm in "Cheers".
[Picture of George Wendt]


Wenger, Arsène
Born 22 October 1949  (Strasbourg, France)
Manager of Arsenal FC since 1996.
[Picture of Arsène Wenger]


West, Adam
Born 19 September 1928  (Walla Walla, Washington, USA)
Played Batman in the original (1966-68) TV series.
[Picture of Adam West]


West, Rose
Born 29 November 1953  (Devon, England)
Born Rosemary Letts, in 1972 she married Fred West, with whom she committed a series of murders at the now infamous 25 Cromwell Street, Gloucester, during the 1970s. In 1995 her husband hanged himself in prison while awaiting trial; she is serving a life sentence.
[Picture of Rose West]


West-Dainton, Barbara Joyce Barbara Joyce West-Dainton is no longer with us
Born 24 May 1911  (Bournemouth, Dorset, England)

Died 16 October 2007  (Truro, Cornwall, England)

Age at death: 96  (read death notice)
Survived the sinking of the Titanic, and then made it to an admirable 96 years of age.
[Picture of Barbara Joyce West-Dainton]


Westheimer, Dr Ruth
Born 4 June 1928  (Frankfurt, Germany)
American sex therapist & author. Also, believe it or not, was a trained sniper during the Arab-Israeli war of 1948.
[Picture of Dr Ruth Westheimer]


Wetton, John
Born 12 June 1949  (Willington, Derbyshire, England)
Singer, songwriter & guitarist.
[Picture of John Wetton]


Wheeler, Charles (Died in 2008)
Born 26 March 1923  (place of birth unknown)
Veteran British journalist and broadcaster, who has been with the BBC for over 60 years now. Knighted in 2006.
[Picture of Charles Wheeler]


Wheeler, John Archibald (Died in 2008)
Born 9 July 1911  (Jacksonville, Florida, USA)
American physicist who coined the term "black hole".
[Picture of John Archibald Wheeler]


Whicker, Alan (Died in 2013)
Born 2 August 1925  (Cairo, Egypt)
Travel guru. Now in his 80s, and still gadding around the world and doing TV adverts.
[Picture of Alan Whicker]


White, Betty
Born 17 January 1922  (Oak Park, Illinois, USA)
Rose Nylund in "The Golden Girls".
[Picture of Betty White]


White, Jimmy
Born 2 May 1962  (London, England)
Popular snooker player, who has never won the World Championship, finishing runner-up 6 times.
[Picture of Jimmy White]


White, Kevin Hagan (Died in 2012)
Born 25 September 1929  (Boston, Massachusetts, USA)
Former mayor of Boston, Massachusetts. Now suffering from Alzheimer's Disease.
[Picture of Kevin Hagan White]


Whitfield, June
Born 11 November 1925  (London, England)
Comedy actress, allegedly, who started out in radio in the 1950s and went on to work with most of the top comedians of her era. Was best known as the eponymous June in "Terry and June" before taking the role of Mother in the deeply unfunny "Absolutely Fabulous".
[Picture of June Whitfield]


Whitlam, Gough
Born 11 July 1916  (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
Leader of the Australian Labor Party for ten years, and Prime Minister from 1972 to 1975, during which time he oversaw the abolition of conscription, the introduction of "Advance Australia Fair" as the national anthem, and the granting of full independence to Papua New Guinea. He was dismissed by the Governor-General, Sir John Kerr, amidst great controversy. He resigned from parliament in 1978 to become an academic.
[Picture of Gough Whitlam]


Whitman, Slim (Died in 2013)
Born 20 January 1924  (Tampa, Florida, USA)
Yodelling folk singer who enjoyed more success in Europe than in his native USA.
[Picture of Slim Whitman]


Whitmore, James (Died in 2009)
Born 1 October 1921  (White Plains, New York, USA)
American film actor, most recently known for his role as elderly prisoner Brooks in The Shawshank Redemption.
[Picture of James Whitmore]


Whitney, Phyllis A. (Died in 2008)
Born 9 September 1903  (Yokohama, Japan)
Writer of mystery novels for both the adult and juvenile markets.
[Picture of Phyllis A. Whitney]


Widdecombe, Anne
Born 4 October 1947  (Bath, Somerset, England)
Tory politician, former cabinet minister. Also a novelist & TV presenter.
[Picture of Anne Widdecombe]


Widdecombe, Rita Rita Widdecombe is no longer with us
Date and place of birth unknown

Died 29 April 2007  (London, England)

Age at death: 95  (read death notice)
Mother of Anne Widdecombe.
[Picture of Rita Widdecombe]


Widmark, Richard (Died in 2008)
Born 26 December 1914  (Sunrise, Minnesota, USA)
After a legendary silver screen debut as psychopathic villain Tommy Udo in 1947's "Kiss of Death", he went on to act in a wide variety of film roles, though by the 1980s was pretty much relegated to television.
[Picture of Richard Widmark]


Wiesel, Elie
Born 30 September 1928  (Sighet, Romania)
Israeli political activist, novelist & Holocaust survivor.
[Picture of Elie Wiesel]


Wilde, Brian (Died in 2008)
Born 1 June 1921  (Lancashire, England)
Stalwart of the mild-mannered BBC sitcom "Last of the Summer Wine", in which he played the mild-mannered Foggy Dewhurst. He has appeared in various other mild-mannered TV dramas and sitcoms over the last few decades, for example as the mild-mannered prison officer Barrowclough in the classic sitcom "Porridge" (the 1979 film of which was released as "Doing Time" in the USA).
[Picture of Brian Wilde]


Wilde, Marty
Born 15 April 1939  (London, England)
Rug-toting '60s pop star, and father of '80s pop star Kim.
[Picture of Marty Wilde]


Wilder, Gene
Born 11 June 1933  (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA)
Comic actor, screenwriter and director, noted for his collaborations with Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor. Underwent treatment for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in 1999, apparently making a full recovery. Real name Jerome Silberman.
[Picture of Gene Wilder]


Williams, Andy (Died in 2012)
Born 3 December 1927  (Wall Lake, Iowa, USA)
American crooner of "easy listening" (an oxymoron if ever there was one) ballads.
[Picture of Andy Williams]


Williams, Bert
Born 31 January 1920  (Bilston, Staffordshire, England)
Former Wolverhampton Wanderers and England goalkeeper.
[Picture of Bert Williams]


Williams, Cliff
Born 14 December 1949  (Romford, Essex, England)
AC/DC's bassist.
[Picture of Cliff Williams]


Williams, Frank
Born 16 April 1942  (County Durham, England)
Boss of the Williams Formula 1 team. In a wheelchair since a car accident in 1986.
[Picture of Frank Williams]


Williams, John
Born 8 February 1932  (Floral Park, New York, USA)
Award-winning composer of such legendary film scores as "Star Wars", "Superman", "ET", "Indiana Jones" and many more.
[Picture of John Williams]


Williams, Montel
Born 3 July 1956  (Baltimore, Maryland, USA)
US talk show host, formerly a US Naval Officer. Diagnosed with MS in 1999.
[Picture of Montel Williams]


Williams, Robbie
Born 13 February 1974  (Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England)
The apparently directionless one out of Take That who unexpectedly made it huge as a solo artist, but now just bleats on about how hard his life is, despite having £95m in the bank.
[Picture of Robbie Williams]


Williams, Rowan
Born 14 June 1950  (Swansea, Wales)
Archbishop of Canterbury, elected in 2002.
[Picture of Rowan Williams]


Williams, Shirley
Born 27 July 1930  (London, England)
Labour MP who defected and formed the SDP in 1981, before becoming a Lib Dem member of the House of Lords.
[Picture of Shirley Williams]


Wilson, Brian
Born 20 June 1942  (Hawthorne, California, USA)
Founder member of, and producer, composer and arranger for, The Beach Boys. Has suffered from long-term mental illness and drug problems.
[Picture of Brian Wilson]


Wilson, Colonel E. C. T. (Died in 2008)
Born 2 October 1912  (Isle of Wight, England)
As a Colonel in the Somiland Camel Corps, Wilson held out against Italian attacks for 5 days in 1940, despite being severely wounded and suffering from malaria. Missing after the battle, he was presumed dead and was awarded the Victoria Cross posthumously, but later turned up as a PoW. E.C.T. = Eric Charles Twelved.
[Picture of Colonel E. C. T. Wilson]


Wilson, Jock (Died in 2008)
Born 7 September 1903  (Scotland)
The UK's oldest living D-Day veteran.
[Picture of Jock Wilson]


Wilson, Jocky (Died in 2012)
Born 22 March 1950  (Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland)
Short, multiple-chinned former world darts champion.
[Picture of Jocky Wilson]


Wilson, Mary
Date and place of birth unknown
Baroness Wilson of Rievaulx, widow of former Prime Minister Harold Wilson. Born 1918.
[Picture of Mary Wilson]


Wilson, Robert Anton Robert Anton Wilson is no longer with us
Born 18 January 1932  (Brooklyn, New York, USA)

Died 11 January 2007  (Capitola, California, USA)

Age at death: 74  (read death notice)
Colourful character who edited Playboy magazine, wrote the Illuminatus! Trilogy, philosophised, and researched into conspiracy theories.
[Picture of Robert Anton Wilson]


Wilson, Ryan
Born in Camden, London, England  (exact date unknown)
Medical trial volunteer (born 1986) who suffered serious damage to his hands, feet and immune system when the anti-arthritis drug that was being tested on him in March 2006 had unexpected side-effects. His head also swelled up, leading his tactful and understanding girlfriend to tell a tabloid reporter that he "looked just like the Elephant Man".
[Picture of Ryan Wilson]


Wilson, William (Died in 2010)
Born 28 June 1913  (place of birth unknown)
Labour MP for Coventry South from 1964-83.
[Picture of William Wilson]


Wilson Jr, Ralph C.
Born 17 October 1918  (Columbus, Ohio, USA)
Founder, owner and president of the Buffalo Bills American football team.
[Picture of Ralph C. Wilson Jr]


Win Tin, U
Born 12 March 1930  (Burma)
Burmese journalist who was imprisoned by his country's military regime in 1989 for his opposition views. He remains behind bars, calls to set him free having been ignored despite his worsening health.
[Picture of U Win Tin]


Windsor, Barbara
Born 6 August 1937  (Shoreditch, London, England)
Veteran actress of the tiresome "Carry On" films who went on to become Peggy Mitchell in the tiresome BBC soap "EastEnders". In the 1960s Babs, who changed her surname from Deeks at the time of the Queen's coronation, was also known for her off-screen connections to the Kray Twins.
[Picture of Barbara Windsor]


Windsor, Frank
Born 12 July 1927  (Walsall, West Midlands, England)
Actor, best known, for his role in "Z Cars" & its spin off, "Softly Softly". Still appears in TV adverts & the odd TV show.
[Picture of Frank Windsor]


Winehouse, Amy (Died in 2011)
Born 14 September 1983  (Enfield, Middlesex, England)
Young British singer/songwriter with a powerful soul voice, but - more interestingly from a DDP point of view - manic depression, eating disorders and a tendency to consume industrial quantities of booze and drugs. Indeed, her 2006 top 10 single "Rehab" was about her refusal to get help for this.
[Picture of Amy Winehouse]


Wing, Anna (Died in 2013)
Born 30 October 1914  (Hackney, London, England)
Played Lou Beale in the tiresome BBC soap "EastEnders", but was killed off before Peggy Mitchell's time.
[Picture of Anna Wing]


Winner, Michael (Died in 2013)
Born 30 October 1935  (London, England)
Modest chap, keeps his views to himself. Food critic, newspaper columnist & film director.
[Picture of Michael Winner]


Winters, Jonathan (Died in 2013)
Born 11 November 1925  (Dayton, Ohio, USA)
Comic actor, better known for his work on stage, but has also appeared in many TV shows & films.
[Picture of Jonathan Winters]


Winters, Mike (Died in 2013)
Born 15 November 1930  (Islington, London, England)
Brother and stage/TV "comedy" partner of the late Bernie Winters.
[Picture of Mike Winters]


Winton, Dale
Born 22 May 1955  (London, England)
TV presenter & gameshow host. His presenting style can best be described as "over the top camp".
[Picture of Dale Winton]


Wisdom, Sir Norman (Died in 2010)
Born 4 February 1915  (London, England)
Inventive and hilarious comic or poor man's Charlie Chaplin, depending on your viewpoint. The cloth-cap-wearing star of stage and screen was awarded a knighthood in 2000 and lives in the medieval theme park known as the Isle of Man.
[Picture of Sir Norman Wisdom]


Wiseman, Joseph (Died in 2009)
Born 15 May 1918  (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Film and TV actor, best known for playing the part of Dr No in a James Bond film whose title escapes us at the moment.
[Picture of Joseph Wiseman]


Withers, Googie (Died in 2011)
Born 12 March 1917  (Karachi, Pakistan)
One of those actresses who you've heard of, but can never name anything she was in.
[Picture of Googie Withers]


Wogan, Terry
Born 3 August 1938  (County Limerick, Republic of Ireland)
Radio & TV presenter, piss-taking commentator for the UK feed of the Eurovision Song Contest and more earnest host of the Children In Need shows.
[Picture of Terry Wogan]


Wolde-Giorgis, Girma
Born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia  (exact date unknown)
President of Ethiopia since 2001. Born December 1924.
[Picture of Girma Wolde-Giorgis]


Wonder, Stevie
Born 13 May 1950  (Saginaw, Michigan, USA)
Singer & songwriter, blind since birth, hugely influential in the pop music world.
[Picture of Stevie Wonder]


Woodall, Trinny
Born 3 January 1965  (London, England)
Fashion journalist & joint presenter of "What Not to Wear" & "Trinny & Susannah Undress".
[Picture of Trinny Woodall]


Woodburn, Kim
Born 25 March 1942  (Eastney, Hampshire, England)
TV presenter & cleaner, one half of the presenting duo of TV programme "How Clean Is Your House?"
[Picture of Kim Woodburn]


Wooden, John (Died in 2010)
Born 14 October 1910  (Martinsville, Indiana, USA)
The most successful coach in American college basketball history. Prior to becoming a coach, he was a well-respected player, and was nicknamed (in complete contrast to his surname) "The Indiana Rubber Man".
[Picture of John Wooden]


Worrall Thompson, Antony
Born 1 May 1951  (Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England)
TV chef. Once memorably described by Gordon Ramsay as "a squashed Bee Gee".
[Picture of Antony Worrall Thompson]


Wouk, Herman
Born 27 May 1915  (New York, New York, USA)
Popular author, best known for his novels "The Caine Mutiny" and "The Winds of War".
[Picture of Herman Wouk]


Wright, Steve
Born 24 April 1958  (Erpingham, Norfolk, England)
Accused of murdering 5 prostitutes in and around Ipswich in December 2006. Not to be confused with the radio DJ or the comedian of the same name.
[Picture of Steve Wright]


Wyeth, Andrew (Died in 2009)
Born 12 July 1917  (Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, USA)
Profilic and popular American realist painter, best known for his work "Christina's World".
[Picture of Andrew Wyeth]


Wyman, Bill
Born 24 October 1936  (Lewisham, London, England)
Guitarist for the Rolling Stones for over 30 years.
[Picture of Bill Wyman]


Wyman, Jane Jane Wyman is no longer with us
Born 5 January 1917  (St. Joseph, Missouri, USA)

Died 10 September 2007  (Palm Springs, California, USA)

Age at death: 90  (read death notice)
No relation to ex-Rolling Stone Bill (she was born Sarah Jane Mayfield and subsequently adopted the surname Fulks), the former Oscar-winning Hollywood actress may be better known to children of the 1980s for her role as Angela Channing in the TV series "Falcon Crest". Apparently she and Regis Toomey hold the record for the longest screen kiss. Her daughter Maureen, from her marriage to a certain Ronald Reagan, died of cancer in 2001.
[Picture of Jane Wyman]


Wyngarde, Peter
Born 23 August 1933  (Marseille, France)
Actor, best known for his role as Jason King in the TV show of the same name.
[Picture of Peter Wyngarde]

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