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  1. David Paul Scofield, CH, CBE, (* 21. Januar 1922 in Hurstpierpoint, heute West Sussex, England; † 19. März 2008 in Sussex, England) war ein britischer Schauspieler. Er galt als einer der führenden Shakespeare-Darsteller seiner Generation.

  2. David Paul Scofield CH CBE (21 January 1922 – 19 March 2008) was an English actor. During a six-decade career, Scofield achieved the Triple Crown of Acting, winning an Academy Award, Emmy, and Tony for his work. Scofield established a reputation as one of the greatest Shakespearean performers.

  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm0006890Paul Scofield - IMDb

    Paul Scofield. Actor: A Man for All Seasons. Though his number of film roles amount to a bit over 30, Paul Scofield has cast a giant shadow in the world of stage and film acting. He grew up in West Sussex, the son of a schoolmaster.

    • January 1, 1
    • Edgbaston, Birmingham, England, UK
    • January 1, 1
    • Brighton, Sussex, England, UK
  4. Paul Scofield. Actor: A Man for All Seasons. Though his number of film roles amount to a bit over 30, Paul Scofield has cast a giant shadow in the world of stage and film acting. He grew up in West Sussex, the son of a schoolmaster. He attended the Varndean School for Boys in Brighton.

    • January 21, 1922
    • March 19, 2008
  5. 21. März 2008 · Scofield played a much-praised Tanner in Man and Superman (Birmingham, 1945) for Brook, who worked with him on his demanding speeches, infusing them with the authentically Shavian...

  6. 20. März 2008 · Nun ist Scofield nach Angaben seiner Agentin Rosalind Chatto im Alter von 86 Jahren in einem Krankenhaus in Südengland gestorben. Er litt an Leukämie.

  7. Paul Scofield was an English actor noted for his powerful performances in Shakespearean and other stage roles. Scofield was trained as an actor at the Croydon Repertory Theatre School (1939) and at the Mask Theatre School (1940) in London.