Edward Woodward1930 — 2009 Age: 79 years old
Edward Albert Arthur Woodward OBE (1 June 1930 – 16 November 2009) was an English stage and screen actor and singer. After graduating from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), Woodward began his career on stage, and throughout his career he appeared in productions in both the West End in London and on Broadway in New York. He came to wider attention from 1967 in the title role of the British television spy drama Callan, earning him the 1970 British Academy Television Award for Best Actor. Among his film credits, Woodward starred as Police Sergeant Howie in the 1973 cult British horror film The Wicker Man, and in the title role of the noted 1980 Australian biopic Breaker Morant. From 1985 Woodward starred as British ex-secret agent and vigilante Robert McCall in the American television series The Equalizer, earning him the 1986 Golden Globe Award for Best Television Drama Actor.
June 1, 1930, Croydon, Surrey, England, UK
November 16, 2009
1972 Young WinstonCaptain Aylmer Haldane 1972 Sitting TargetInspector Milton 1973 The Wicker ManSergeant Neil Howie 1974 CallanDavid Callan 1980 Breaker MorantLt. Harry 'Breaker' Morant 1982 Who Dares WinsCommander Powell 1984 A Christmas CarolGhost of Christmas Present 1984 ChampionsJosh Gifford 1985 King DavidKing Saul 1987 Uncle Tom's Cabin 1990 Mister JohnsonSargy Gollup 1990 Hands of a MurdererSherlock Holmes 1992 AladdinThe Sultan (voice) 2002 The Abduction ClubLord Fermoy 2007 Hot FuzzTom WeaverLimited to the 15 most popular items