|Actor||Sir Derek Jacobi|
|Derek George Jacobi was
born in East London suburb, on October 22 1938. When he
was a child, he manifested an early interest in theatre. At Cambridge, he joined the
Amateur Dramatic Club, and the Marlowe Society, where he
played, among other roles, the title part in Christopher
Marlowe's "Edward II." After graduating from
Cambridge, he was accepted by the Birmingham Repertory
Theatre. He stayed there
several years, until Sir Laurence Olivier offered him a job
at the Chichester Festival Theatre. In 1963, Olivier invited Mr. Jacobi
to join his newly-formed National Theatre Company. He
stayed there for the next nine years, playing such roles
as: Laertes in "Hamlet" (his London debut);
Cassio in "Othello;" Prosorov in "The
Three Sisters;" and Simon Bliss in "Hay
Fever" (directed by Noel Coward). He left the National in 1971, and
returned to the Birmingham Rep. In 1977, he gained international
acclaim for his "Hamlet," touring England,
Egypt, Sweden, Finland, Japan, and China.
From 1980 to 1994, he played in differents theaters in England and also in Broadway.
Television and movies characters played : Adolf Hitler, Dom Claude Frollo(The Hunchback of Notre Dame) and of course Brother Cadfael.
Filmography : The Day of the Jackal;" "The Odessa File;" "Enigma;" Mr. Branagh's version of "Henry V;" "Little Dorrit;" and most recently in the role of Claudius in Kenneth Branagh's "Hamlet".
|Link||Derek Jacobi Homepage|
|Character||Hugh Beringar (1st season)|
|Born 4 june 1964
Some movies with Sean
|Character||Hugh Beringar||Actor||Eoin Mc Carthy|
|Character||Abbot Radulphus||Actor||Terence Hardimar|
|Character||Prior Robert||Actor||Michael Culver|
|Character||Brother Jerome||Actor||Julian Firth|
|Character||Brother Oswin||Actor||Mark Charnock|
|Character||Abbot Heribert||Actor||Peter Copley|