William Squire

About William Squire

Who is it?: Actor
Birth Day: April 29, 1917
Birth Place:  Neath, Glamorgan, Wales, United Kingdom
Died On: 3 May 1989(1989-05-03) (aged 72)\nLondon, England, UK
Birth Sign: Taurus
Occupation: Television/stage/film actor
Years active: 1951–1988
Spouse(s): Betty Dickson Juliet Harmer (1967-?)

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William Squire was born on April 29, 1917 in  Neath, Glamorgan, Wales, United Kingdom, is Actor. William Squire was born on April 29, 1916 in Neath, Glamorgan, Wales. He was an actor, known for The Lord of the Rings (1978), Where Eagles Dare (1968) and Doctor Who (1963). He was married to Juliet Harmer. He died on May 3, 1989 in London, England.
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As a stage actor, Squire performed at Stratford-upon-Avon and at the Old Vic, and notably replaced his fellow-countryman Richard Burton as King Arthur in Camelot at the Majestic Theatre on Broadway. One of his first film appearances was in the 1956 film Alexander the Great, which starred Burton in the title role.


In a set of Encyclopædia Britannica-produced educational films about william Shakespeare's Macbeth, Squire played the role of Macbeth. This was in keeping with his long career as a Shakespearean actor, which included roles in the classic 1960s TV series, An Age of Kings.


He was first married to the Actress Betty Dickson. He married the Actress Juliet Harmer in 1967.


His varied screen roles included Thomas More in the 1969 film version of Maxwell Anderson's play Anne of the Thousand Days, Sir Daniel Brackley in the 1972 television adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's The Black Arrow, the voice of Gandalf in the 1978 animated version of The Lord of the Rings and the Shadow in the 1979 Doctor Who serial The Armageddon Factor. Perhaps his best-known role was as Hunter, the superior of secret agent David Callan in the spy series Callan in the early 1970s; Squire took over the role from Derek Bond.


Squire died in London, England, of unnamed causes on 3 May 1989, four days after his 72nd birthday.