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Who is Alfred Lynch?
Alfred Lynch: Alfred Cornelius Lynch was an English actor on stage, film and television.
- also known as Alfie Lynch, Alfred Cornelius Lynch
- born on (84 years ago) in Whitechapel
- nationality: England, United Kingdom
- profession: Actor
- died on (12 years ago) of cancer
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by Jerry Roberts
Alfred Lynch was Hereward the Wake, the son of Lady Godiva, who waged an unsuccessful guerrilla war against William the Conqueror in eleventh-century England. Kenneth More played Lord Raingo and also starred in Hammond's The White Rabbit, about the commander of a bomber group during World War II. Jeremy Brett played D'Artagnon in Hammond's 10-episode presentation of The Three Musketeers. Our Mutual Friend was a seven-part presentation of Dickens starring Leo ...
Supernatural and Science Fiction Elements in Novels, Pulps, Comics, Film, Television, Games and Other Media by Paul Green
Sophie Aldred as Ace, Dinsdale Landen as Doctor Judson, Alfred Lynch as Commander Millington, Nicholas Parsons as Reverend Wainwright, Tomek Bork as Captain Soren, Anne Reid as Nurse Crane; Producer: John Nathan Turner; Story: Ian Briggs; Director: Nick Mallett; 4 × 25 min.; Color. In this four-part episode the Doctor and companion Ace become involved in a World War II mystery set on a naval base. Commander Millington is obsessed with decoding a mysterious Viking ...
by Jonathan Law
Another notable revival was John Dexter's 1981 production at the National Theatre, starring Alfred Lynch. In the play Rowland Lacy, a relation of the Earl of Lincoln, loves Rose, the daughter of the Lord Mayor of London. The Earl, intent on breaking up the match, sends Lacy off to France to command a company; Lacy, however, resigns and returns in the disguise of a Dutch cobbler. Finding employment with the eccentric Simon Eyre, a master shoemaker, who supplies the Lord Mayor's ...
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