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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hugh Matthew Fraser (born 23 October 1945) is an English actor, theatre director, and author. He has regularly appeared on film and in television and is best known for his portrayal of Captain Hastings in the television series Agatha Christie's Poirot, and his role as the Duke of Wellington (replacing David Troughton) in the Sharpe television series. Fraser has frequently been cast as upper class or aristocratic characters.
October 7, 1950, Westminster, London, England, UK
? Evil Under the SunHastings 1979 Hanover StreetCapt. Harold Lester 1982 FirefoxPolice Inspector Tortyev 1984 The Draughtsman’s ContractMr. Talmann 1992 Patriot GamesWatkins 1994 Sharpe's EnemyWellington 1994 Sharpe's CompanyWellington 1995 Sharpe's GoldWellington 1995 Sharpe's BattleWellington 1996 101 DalmatiansFrederick 1996 Sharpe's SiegeWellington 1997 Sharpe's WaterlooWellington 2001 The Lost BattalionGen DeCoppet 2006 Sharpe's ChallengeWellington 2010 Jackboots on WhitehallBBC Newsreader/ Gaston (voice)Limited to the 15 most popular items