He married English actress, dancer and television presenter Rosemarie Ford on 31 December 2006. Genealogy profile for Robert Lindsay Genealogy for Robert Lindsay (c.1632 - d.) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. They have two children. He played the role of Bill Snibson in the hugely acclaimed 1984 London revival of Me and My Girl (for which he won an Olivier Award) which subsequently transferred to Broadway, earning him a Tony Award. LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 02: Des O'Connor (C) poses with son Adam O'Connor and Robert Lindsay's son Jamie Stevenson at an after party following the press night performance of "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" at The Savoy Hotel on April 2, 2014 in London, England. Born: 13-Dec-1949 Birthplace: Ilkeston, Derbyshire, England Gender: Male Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Actor Nationality: England Executive summary: Citizen Smith Wife: Cheryl Hall (actress, m. 1974, div. The principal subjects of this small collection are Robert Goodloe Lindsay (1816-1886), members of his family, and especially his son, J. Austin Lindsay, all of whom were associated with Guilford County. Lindsay appeared in the films Fierce Creatures (1997) and Divorcing Jack (1998) and in 1998, he was cast in the recurring role of Captain Pellew in the ITV mini-series Hornblower, based on the novels of C.S. He travelled to his hometown and to Turkey, where his grandfather Raymond Dunmore had taken part in the Gallipoli campaign during World War I. Lindsay is a lifelong supporter of Derby County F.C., which he revealed in a short section for on the CBBC program Newsround entitled "My Team". Age 15. LINDSAY, ROBERT (1500?–1565? He won Broadway's 1987 Tony Award as Best Actor (Musical) for "Me and My Girl.". Crawford was born in Tonagh, Lisburn, Co. Antrim, in 1868, son of James Crawford, who recorded his profession as "scripture reader", and Matilda Crawford (née Hastings). Educated privately, he worked for a time in business before becoming, in 1901, the founding editor in Dublin of the evangelical Irish Protestant. In 1974, Lindsay married Cheryl Hall, who later appeared opposite him in Citizen Smith. Marie Lindsay. His films include Fierce Creatures, Wimbledon. Author Robert Lindsay Posted on December 18, 2020 December 19, 2020 Categories Corrections, ... saying a remote-controlled machine gun mounted in a car and controlled by a satellite was used and the victim’s son and mother saying this was not true, that a team of assassins was used instead. As well as capable of singing, dancing and affable clowning, Lindsay is a heavyweight Shakespearean, having performed, among many others, Hamlet and Richard III on stage, Lysander in, Lindsay was ushered to Hollywood via the Tony Award-winning success of "Me and My Girl". Towards the end of the run of Citizen Smith, Lindsay won roles in the BBC Television Shakespeare series, including Lysander in A Midsummer Night's Dream (1981), Fabian in Twelfth Night (1980) and Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing (1984). [10] They divorced in 1980,[11] when he started a long-term relationship with actress Diana Weston, with whom he has a daughter, Sydney Laura Stevenson,[12] and who co-starred with him in three episodes of My Family. Lindsay's early career included roles in British films such as That'll Be The Day (1973), Three for All (1975), and Adventures of a Taxi Driver (1976). Robert "Blake" Lindsay Robert "Blake" Lindsay passed away at age 65 after a battle with cancer on Sunday, October 20, 2019. 1988) Desmond & Sons Funeral Directors. Robert Lindsay's daughter is Sydney Stevenson Robert Lindsay's son is Samuel Stevenson Robert Lindsay's son is Jamie Stevenson. (1975–1977) and was given the starring role as delusional revolutionary Wolfie Smith in the BBC sitcom Citizen Smith (1977–1980), which raised his profile. He was the devoted father of daughters Cammy (Robert E. Justice) and Tinker Lindsay, and son Robert D. Lindsay (Teresa Elms Lindsay); beloved grandfather of … His next role was in the James Scott-directed Strike It Rich (1990) alongside Molly Ringwald and John Gielgud. He was 89. Robert Lindsay was born on December 13, 1949 in Ilkeston, Derbyshire, England as Robert Lindsay Stevenson. Raised as a Presbyterian, he received an extensive education and won academic prizes at the University of St. Andrews. Lindsay was also in Bleasdale's Jake's Progress (1995) the tale of a couple played by Lindsay and Julie Walters who were struggling to cope with a 'difficult' child (Barclay Wright). He came to prominence as the cockney layabout Jakey Smith in the ITV comedy series Get Some In! Robert G. Lindsay was a third generation resident of Guilford County. [1] He was one of three children and his father was a World War II veteran, having been on a minesweeper, one of the first ships to land on D-Day.[2]. Lindsay's longest-running role has been Ben Harper in the popular BBC sitcom My Family (2000–11), opposite Zoë Wanamaker who played his on-screen wife, Susan. He appeared in sitcoms, most notably as Ben Harper in My Family, playing the role for over a decade, and narrated TV adaptations of the children's television series Brambly Hedge. Robert Lindsay's former partners: Robert Lindsay's former wife is Cheryl Hall Robert Lindsay had a relationship with Diane Weston. I went to see it for research and found it the most unbelievably moving and harrowing film. LINDSAY, Robert Donald June 13, 1929 August 6, 2018 Bob Lindsay passed away at the Willow Creek Continuing Care Centre in Claresholm on Monday, August 6, 2018. Robert Lindsay was the son of John Lindsay, but there are conflicting accounts as to their background and Robert's early life. Early life Edit. The film starred Angelina Jolie, Elle Fanning, Michelle Pfeiffer, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and was released on 18 October 2019.[9]. At the beginning of every Derby County match at home, the song 'Steve Bloomers Watchin' (named after the player) is played over the stadium, sung by Lindsay. He won a BAFTA, a Tony Award, and two Olivier Awards for his work. LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 02: Des O'Connor (C) poses with son Adam O'Connor and Robert Lindsay's son Jamie Stevenson at an after party following the press night performance of "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" at The Savoy Hotel on April 2, 2014 in London, England. Anthony Robert Lindsay, Baron Balniel was born on 24 November 1958. ), of Pitscottie, Scottish historian, was born at Pitscottie, in the parish of Ceres, Fifeshire. Lindsay starred as The Examiner in the British sitcom Spy, which debuted in October 2011 on Sky 1, and returned to the cast in 2012 for a second series. The series, which originally aired from 2000 to 2011, followed a dysfunctional family, including stars Robert Lindsay, Zoe Wanamaker and Kris Marshall, as … Official Sites. He also played Jack Cardiff in Prism at the Hampstead Theatre, a role he is reprising on a UK tour in autumn 2019. [citation needed] He later appeared as Fagin in the 1999 ITV Oliver Twist miniseries. In 2012, Lindsay appeared in the Sky detective series Falcón, episode "The Silent and the Damned", as Pablo Ortega. The movie. Other Works His first major role on TV was playing Wolfie Smith in Citizen Smith. On 9 May 2015, Lindsay recited the wartime speeches of Winston Churchill at VE Day 70: A Party to Remember. I did a eulogy at his funeral 10 years ago and befriended his son, Mason. In 1844, Lindsay immigrated to North Carolina, where he joined his brother in the teaching profession. On the car journey he had many previously inaccessible memories of his childhood. Lindsay was born in Ilkeston, Derbyshire, to Joyce (née Dunmore) and Norman Stevenson, who worked at the local Stanton Ironworks. He may have been born in Virginia, Maryland or Ireland. He is known for his work on G.B.H. Forester which ran until 2003. Robert Lindsay was the youngest of five sons of Alexander and Jane Lindsay (nee Little). Evidently, he lived for a time on the Pa./Md. He appeared with the Royal Shakespeare Company and in musical theatre. daughter. Both Bleasdale serials were screened by Channel 4, as was the surreal Channel 4 sitcom Nightingales (1990–93), which also featured David Threlfall and James Ellis. Robert Lindsay's current partners: Robert Lindsay's wife is Rosemarie Ford. Agnis Lindsay. Robert Lindsay has claimed his film career was 'halted' after he confronted shamed movie mogul Harvey Weinstein. William Lindsay was the eldest son of Robert Lindsay (ca 1710 VA – 1784 VA). Pow Wow Robert Lindsay (UK) & Lesley Stewart (SCO) - November 2016 64 Count 4 Wall Intermediate Music: Bow Chicka Wow Wow - Meghan Patrick No More Tears Robert Lindsay (UK) - October 2016 (1991), My Family (2000) and Wimbledon (2004). [13], Lindsay is known for his left-wing political beliefs, usually describing himself as a staunch socialist, and has marched in support of miners. In January and February 2006, he was the only actor (as Sneath) to appear in two loosely linked Stephen Poliakoff dramas, Friends and Crocodiles and Gideon's Daughter, shown on BBC One. James Lindsay. He graduated from RADA and became an Associate Member of RADA. Robert Lindsay is probably Ilkeston Town's most famous supporter - having grown up in the town, the football club is understandably close to his heart. His film appearances include Fierce Creatures and Wimbledon. It was a very strange time to be doing a comedy series in front of an audience. Lindsay was also the original choice for the lead role in the drama Cracker; however, he turned the part down as he did not want to become too associated with heavy, darker drama characters. |  In November 2011, he starred as Henry in a revival of The Lion in Winter by James Goldman at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London, a production which also featured Joanna Lumley as Eleanor, and was directed by Trevor Nunn. Publicity Listings I was doing a play at the time this came out called How I Got My Story, which was about Vietnam. 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Robert Lindsay's current partners: Robert Lindsay's wife is Rosemarie Ford. He graduated from Detroit Country Day High School. His parents are Norman and Joyce Stevenson. Lindsay won his third Olivier award after he took over the role of Fagin during 1997 in Cameron Mackintosh's London revival of Oliver! 1 He died on 5 September 1869 at age 74. He was named as one of twelve "Outstanding New Actors of 1989" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. [4] After graduation, he worked as a dialect coach for a repertory company in Essex, and then joined a regional theatre group. ... son. |  [8] He played the same role in Grace of Monaco. It was a very extraordinary time because my mother died that Christmas. Lindsay sings the recorded version of Derby County F.C. On 13 September 2006, Lindsay researched his family tree in the third series of Who Do You Think You Are?. 2 He married Nicola A. Bicket, daughter of Captain Antony Neilson Bicket, on 12 August 1989. [6] In 2003, he appeared in an episode of Absolutely Fabulous playing the character of Pete, an old musician boyfriend of Edina Monsoon (Jennifer Saunders), and narrated the BBC documentary series Seven Wonders of the Industrial World (2003). He won a BAFTA, a Tony Award, and two Olivier Awards for his work. Robert Lindsay passed away on October 20, 2019 in Royal Oak, Michigan. Blake was born in Detroit, Michigan to the late Ted and Patricia Lindsay on January 23, 1954. In October 2005, he starred in ITV drama series Jericho about a Scotland Yard detective investigating murder and kidnapping in London's Soho in the 1950s. After leaving Gladstone Boys' School,[3] Lindsay enrolled in the drama department of Clarendon College in Nottingham,[3] intending to become a drama teacher. Robert Lindsay's former partners: Robert Lindsay's former wife is Cheryl Hall Robert Lindsay had a relationship with Diane Weston. His mother passed away on the Millenium's New Year's Eve. [15][16], Lindsay has suffered from depressive episodes and symptoms of seasonal affective disorder in winter months for most of his life. He is regarded as one of the UK's most accomplished actors. (1991), winning a BAFTA for his performance. Robert Lindsay (born 13 December 1949)[citation needed] is an English stage and TV actor. 1 He was the son of Hon. Funeral Home Services for Robert are being provided by A.J. Robert Lindsay has snubbed Margaret Thatcher, tussled with Harvey Weinstein and quit Line of Duty. Robert Lindsay: 'We tried to erect a greenhouse in lockdown – there must be a new My Family series in that' ... We did the very first episode 20 years ago which was when my son was born. son. 1 He married Frances Henderson, daughter of Sir Robert Henderson, 6th Bt., on 2 August 1824. Robert Lindsay McLennan, Sr. died peacefully at his home on Oct. 23, 2020 after a devastating stroke. As a result he is writing his autobiography, which he says will be a catharsis for the experience of losing his mother. [5] He continued, however, to enjoy success on television, and played the leading role in Alan Bleasdale's dark comedy serial G.B.H. Robert Lindsay as Jack Cardiff in Prism. And I suspect somewhere, when he goes home at night and the kids are in bed, he must go, 'Jesus, what have I done? His first major role on TV was playing Wolfie Smith in Citizen Smith. He mentioned in an interview that his mother was psychic and taught him how to assess the energy of a building as positive or negative; he believes he has had premonitions. Bob was born in Medicine Hat, Alberta to Robert Alexander Lindsay and Edna Winnifred Leonard. The prosperous Lindsay family, originated in Ayrshire, Scotland but relocated to County Tyrone, Ireland in the 17 th century, where they established a successful business as linen merchants and small manufacturers and set up their family seat, Lisnacrieve, in Fintona, Londonderry. In 2016, Lindsay recurred on the second season of the ABC fairy tale-themed musical comedy series Galavant as Chester Wormwood, an evil wizard/wedding planner. Born on July 4, 1824, in Lochmaben, Scotland, Robert Burns Lindsay was the son of John and Elizabeth McKnight Lindsay. He has been married to Rosemarie Ford since December 31, 2006. view all Robert Lindsay's Timeline. Robert Lindsay was born on 13 July 1795. Lindsay was born Robert Lindsay Stevenson in Ilkeston, Derbyshire, the son of Norman and Joyce Stevenson.After leaving Gladstone Boys school, Lindsay enrolled in the drama department of Clarendon college in Nottingham, intending to become a drama teacher. Birth of Robert. 41. The Ilkeston-born actor claims … Lindsay also appeared in the romantic comedy Wimbledon, as the tennis club manager who hires Peter Colt. He appeared with the Royal Shakespeare Company and in musical theatre. daughter. Robert Lindsay and Elizabeth Dick. 1 Robert Lindsay was born on December 13, 1949 in Ilkeston, Derbyshire, England as Robert Lindsay Stevenson. He appeared in the 8th Ricky Gervais Video Podcast, in which Gervais announced that Lindsay would be in the second series of Extras, appearing in the last episode of the 2006 series as an arrogant, mean-spirited version of himself. They have two children. Ann Calvert was the great grand-daughter of Lord Baltimore (Cecil Calvert). Lindsay gets support and more from Oliver Hembrough as his beleaguered son Mason, Tara Fitzgerald as Jack’s better-than-deserved wife Nicola and Victoria Blunt as Lucy, the game factotum. He is known for his work on G.B.H. 1 He gained the title of Master of Lindsay. at the London Palladium. In 2019, Lindsay played supporting role of King John in Disney's Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. I saw it before, View agent, publicist, legal and company contact details on IMDbPro. He is president of his birth town football club, Ilkeston Town, who play their home games at The New Manor Ground, Ilkeston. In 1984 he appeared as a car dealership manager called Mike Barnes in a salesman's training video for Austin Rover alongside Peter Egan and George A. Cooper, which trained staff on how to sell the Austin Montego, which was launched in April of that year. AKA Robert Lindsay Stevenson. Robert Lindsay (born 13 December 1949) is an English stage and TV actor. He played Edmund in the Granada Television production of King Lear (1983). In 2007 at the Old Vic Theatre, Lindsay played Archie Rice in John Osborne's The Entertainer, a role first performed by Olivier in 1957. He was previously married to Cheryl Hall. Lindsay's success on Broadway and in the West End led to a starring role in the film Bert Rigby, You're a Fool (1989), although it was not a commercial success. He was descended from the ancient and illustrious Clan Lindsay of Scotland. October-November 2019 is starring in a touring stage play in the UK called 'Prism' about the life of legendary cinematographer Jack Cardiff. He has spoken publicly about his positive experiences with light therapy and counseling, saying that "they really do work". 's song "Steve Bloomer's Watchin'", played and sung by the fans at the beginning of every home game. 1647 January 20, 1647. There are Lindsay researchers who believe that Laurel Hill was a real estate holding of Ann Calvert and became the William Lindsay … '"[14], On 1 October 2016, Lindsay was given the Freedom of the Borough of Erewash. Lindsay has also portrayed Prime Minister Tony Blair in the Channel 4 satires A Very Social Secretary and The Trial of Tony Blair. Robert Lindsay reveals behind-the-scenes My Family outtakes for the first time hello. In 2010, Lindsay starred in the title role of Derby Live's production of Onassis before its transfer to London's West End. However, friends at Nottingham Playhouse encouraged him to apply to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), and in 1968, he was accepted there with the aid of a government grant. Genealogy for Robert Boyd Lindsay, Lord Lindsay of the Byres (c.1592 - 1616) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living … In 2017, Lindsay played Hermann Einstein in the National Geographic TV series Genius. He has been married to Rosemarie Ford since December 31, 2006. She had a heart attack during a phone call so he immediately drove up to see her; she held on until he arrived, smiled at him and died. In 1996, Lindsay played the title role of Becket, the play by Jean Anouilh, opposite Derek Jacobi as King Henry II for which he won another Olivier Award. (1991), My Family (2000) and Wimbledon (2004). Sitcom star and theatre actor Robert Lindsay tied the knot in a New Years Eve wedding to his long-term partner Rosemarie Ford. 1980) Girlfriend: Diana Weston (dated 14 years until 1994, one daughter) Daughter: Sydney Stevenson (b. The son of the Tapper family left the show after landing a job in the Cabinet Office. 2 He is the son of Robert Alexander Lindsay, 29th Earl of Crawford and Ruth Beatrice Meyer-Bechtler. [7] In 2009, he played the protagonist, Maddox, from the Radio 4 comedy Electric Ink by Alistair Beaton. He is a passionate supporter of the Labour Party, but an outspoken critic of Prime Minister Tony Blair's decisions to go to war in Afghanistan and Iraq, saying that he was "furious" and feeling disillusioned with mainstream politics: "You see those images of Iraq and Afghanistan and Lebanon, don't you? 1632 1632. Robert Lindsay's daughter is Sydney Stevenson Robert Lindsay's son is Samuel Stevenson Robert Lindsay's son is Jamie Stevenson. He appeared in sitcoms, most notably as Ben Harper in My Family, playing the role for over a decade, and narrated TV adaptations of the children's television series Brambly Hedge. In 2014, Lindsay starred as Lawrence in the UK première production of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at Savoy Theatre London, directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell. Robert Lindsay.
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