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Robin Ray

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Robin Ray (17 September 1934 – 29 November 1998) was an English broadcaster, actor, and musician. Career Born Robin Olden, he was the son of Charles Olden, later known as comedian Ted Ray. He was educated at Highgate School and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, first appearing as a professional actor in a London production of The Changeling in 1960, and playing small roles in films such as I'm All Right Jack (1959) and A Hard Day's Night (1964), before taking up teaching drama at RADA. In 1966, Ray resigned his post at RADA, to pursue a career in broadcasting. From 1965 he was the chairman of the new BBC show Call My Bluff and he was a popular regular panel member on the BBC classical music series, Face the Music, which began in 1966. Ray was able to recognise pieces of piano music and name not only the piece and the composer but also the opus number, particularly the Köchel or "K" number of pieces by Mozart. His cheerful manner and boyish good looks
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