Saturday, September 15, 2018

RIP Dudley Sutton

British actor Dudley Sutton died September 15, 2018 at the Royal Trinity Hospice in Clapham Common, London, England. He was 85. Sutton became known after playing a gay biker in “The Leather Boys” (1964), a role which showed his potential for eccentric screen personae. He married American actress Marjorie Steele in 1961and they had one child (Peter) together, but divorced in 1965; she subsequently married, as his fourth wife, the writer Constantine Fitzgibbon). On stage, he played the title role in the first production of Joe Orton's Entertaining “Mr Sloane” (1964). From 25 May 1966 he appeared in “Tango”, a play by Slawomir Mrozek at the Aldwych Theatre alongside Patience Collier, Peter Jeffrey, Mike Pratt, and Ursula Mohan under director Trevor Nunn. Dudley played the Spectre in the 1971 Euro-western “A Town Called Hell”

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