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Alec Guinness (1914-2000) was a character actor, movie star, Shakespearean stage actor, master of comedy or drama, "mentor of the force", awarded a knighthood and a legend. English born in London, Guinness who never really knew the identity of his father would begin his career as an advertising copywriter while studying acting. Small roles in theater from age 20 was the start of a lifetime on the stage. By the end of the 30's he was starring in Shakespeare as well as adapting and starring in Dicken's "Great Expectations" for the stage. After WWII service Director David Lean who remembered that stage success would film the classic and introduce filmgoers to Guinness reprising his role as Pocket. Again he was a standout as Fagan in "Oliver Twist", a stunning achievement playing 8 different roles in the comedy "Kind Hearts and Coronets", as the enterprising Henry Holland in "The Lavender Hill Mob", receiving his first Oscar nomination and then another wonderful Earling comedy "The Man in the White Suit", all classics. A Top 10 UK Box-office star in 51-56, 58-60, "The Malta Story", "The Captain's Paradise", great reviews for "The Prisoner", hilarious in "The Lady Killers", "All at Sea", "The Horse's Mouth" Oscar nominated for writing and "Tunes of Glory" were the highlights. Forays to Hollywood were often less popular but still memorable. "The Swan", the fine "Our Man in Havana" and "A Majority of One." The Ealing years, his remarkable association with Lean who referred to him as his lucky charm that won him an Oscar for his brilliant Col. Nicholson in "The Bridge on the River Kwai", Lawrence of Arabia", "Doctor Zhivago", "A Passage to India" - and his Obi-Wan Kenobi in "Star Wars" and briefly in its two sequels that he is best remembered for. It was a film he had little affection for despite an Oscar nomination but grudging respect. A prolific writer, TV actor to enormous acclaim, more movies including the hit "Murder By Death", a final Oscar nomination for "Little Dorrit" he was a modest man with a giant talent. His Honorary Oscar in '80 was aptly inscribed "for advancing the art of screen acting through a host of memorable and distinguished performances."
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