Harry Andrews, a British film, stage and television actor, died Monday at his home in Salehurst, England. He was 77 years old. Andrews appeared in scores of plays and more than 50 movies - including ''Entertaining Mr. Sloane,'' ''Moby Dick'' and ''Nicholas and Alexandra'' - during an acting career that spanned 56 years. He was particularly known for his portrayals of tough military officers in films like ''The Hill'' and ''The Battle of Britain.
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Sign in. British character actor Harry Andrews had the sort of massive granite face and square jaw that would stamp that career, but he set himself apart with brilliant stage and screen work. He had graduated from Wrekin College in Shropshire and then moved on to the stage, appearing with Liverpool Repertory in and focusing on Shakespearean roles. He was befriended by stage star John Gielgud who invited him to New York and Broadway as part of the cast of "Hamlet" in On the return to London, Andrews did a run of plays in the West End.
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