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Kenneth Haigh

  • Birthplace: Mexborough, West Riding of Yorkshire, England
  • Birthday: March 25
Date of passing: 
February 04, 2018

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Kenneth Haigh was an British actor.

Primarily known for his stage work, Haigh appeared in a dozen films, including Cleopatra (1963), with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, in which he played Brutus, and A Hard Day’s Night (1964), in which he had a memorable uncredited cameo role as a cocky television producer interrogating George Harrison.

Haigh made occasional appearances on American television, and his most recognizable appearance is that of time-travelling Flight Lieutenant William Terrance Decker in The Twilight Zone episode "The Last Flight" (1960).

Haigh died February 4, 2018, in England. He was 86.

Kenneth Haigh was an British actor.

Primarily known for his stage work, Haigh appeared in a dozen films, including Cleopatra (1963), with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, in which he played Brutus, and A Hard Day’s Night (1964), in which he had a memorable uncredited cameo role as a cocky television producer interrogating George Harrison.

Haigh made occasional appearances on American television, and his most recognizable appearance is that of time-travelling Flight Lieutenant William Terrance Decker in The Twilight Zone episode "The Last Flight" (1960).

Haigh died February 4, 2018, in England. He was 86.

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Kenneth Haigh

Kenneth Haigh

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