Who Won the 1973
Tony Awards Best Leading Actor Play

Alan Bates

("Butley")

1972 Tony Awards Best Leading Actor Play Winner
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Glenda Jackson on Quitting Parliament, Playing Lear and Returning to Broadway

New York Times
From left: Eleanor Bron, Jennie Linden, Alan Bates, Oliver Reed, and Ms. Jackson in “Women in Love,” for which she won an Academy Award.CreditMGM Studios. Not long after, the iconoclastic film director Ken Russell invited her to portray the conflicted ...

1973 Tony Awards Best Leading Actor Play Winner Alan Bates News

The Two-Faced Actor Alan Bates Could Be Both Gentle Heartthrob and Ruthless Tyrant

Village Voice
The British actor Alan Bates (1934–2003) was a creature of contradictions. His eyes could look very naughty and waggish, yet his body language was quite often stiff and unyielding. He almost always wore a beard and let his hair grow shaggy — as if he ...

1973 Tony Awards Best Leading Actor Play Winner Alan Bates News

Kenneth Haigh, 86, 'Angry Young Man' of British Stage, Dies

New York Times
Kenneth Haigh, the English actor whose starring role in the play “Look Back in Anger,” as well as his own blistering persona, defined the rebellious postwar “angry young man,” died on Feb. 4 in England. He was 86. His death was widely reported in the ...

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